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"st charles parish" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:26 min | 8 months ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Making a decision to go out there. So there it is. Now. Speaking of space, the influence of space the atmosphere on the weather. El Nino La Nina, I think this year is supposed to be an El Nino year. Am I right to make it Winter lousy and where you and I are, You know, I haven't followed much with Nino. Nina. Yeah, alright. We've got more still in the Yeah. I haven't gotten to winter yet. I know you like to rush us along, but they try to get over there already and get to next spring. I think a lot of people do. Yeah, eso there. There have been so many hurricanes already this season in 2020 that we're no longer on names were now on Greek letters. Which is something that doesn't happen all the time. So now we are on Alfa and Beta. Those two storms are being watched Beta, especially right now is a tropical storm that has already caused flooding off the coast of Texas. So this is the Texas Panhandle, and then it kind of stretches to east of New Orleans. And the docks have already been flooded over the canals there flooded over in just east in ST Charles Parish in Louisiana. They're already evacuating people, and they're still not even recovered from last week's hurricane. So Laura did a lot of damage and we've just had one after another, and it hits the same spot. Now over in the East, and that's going to continue. Monday night through it's kind of starting on Monday, and then it will go through Wednesday and Thursday. Probably it's moving West Northwest at six MPH at this point, so we'll see where it goes, but it looks like a lot of rain. It's not going to be as intense as the previous storms, but more rain could be another foot. And it moves slowly. And that's the problem with the flooding. So flooding is really an issue of concern. And so on the East Coast churning just above Bermuda, now is Tropical Storm Hurricane Teddy. It's actually a category two hurricane It will not hit land, but anywhere up and down the East Coast this entire week. You're going tohave really dangerous riptides. You're gonna have a very large Storm surge lot of big waves. So this is great for surfers this week, but The weather will be warmer ATT leased in New Jersey where we are, we're getting back up into the upper seventies. But just, you know, be very, very cautious this week if anyone's heading to the beach because the water is really dangerous. Yeah, yeah, We careful about a lot of.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"To go out there. So there it is now Speaking of space The influence of space the atmosphere on the weather. El Nino La Nina, I think this year is supposed to be an El Nino year. Am I right to make it winter lousy and where you and I are I don't know. I haven't followed my Nino. Nina. All right. We've got more still in the Yeah. I haven't gotten to winter yet. I know you like to rush us along, but they're trying to get over there already and get to next spring. I think a lot of people do. Yeah, Eso there. There have been so many hurricanes already this season in 2020 that we're no longer on names were now on Greek letters. Which is something that doesn't happen all the time. So now we're on Alfa and Beta. Those two storms are being watched Beta, especially right now is a tropical storm that has already caused flooding off the coast of Texas. This is the Texas Panhandle, and then it kind of stretches to east of New Orleans, and the docks have already been flooded over. Canals there flooded over in just east in ST Charles Parish in Louisiana. They're already evacuating people, and they're still not even recovered from last week's hurricane. So Laura did a lot of damage and we've just had one after another, and it hits the same spot. Now over in the East, and that's going to continue. Monday night through it's kind of starting on Monday, and then it will go through Wednesday and Thursday. Probably it's moving West Northwest at six MPH at this point, so we'll see where it goes. But It looks like a lot of rain. It's not going to be as intense as the previous storms, but more rain. It could be another foot and it and it moves slowly and that's the problem with the flooding. So flooding is really an issue of concern and so on the East Coast Churning just above Bermuda. Now is Tropical Storm Hurricane Teddy. It's actually a category two hurricane It will not hit land but anywhere up and down the East Coast this entire week. You're going tohave really dangerous riptides. You're gonna have a very large storm surge lot of big waves. So this is great for surfers this week, but The weather will be warmer ATT leased in New Jersey where we are, we're getting back up into the upper seventies. But just, you know, be very, very cautious this week if anyone's heading to the beach because the water is really dangerous. Yeah, yeah, We careful about a lot of.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:47 min | 8 months ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Get out the car when he didn't commit any crime. What is the basis? Remember, we are not here because of any prior charges. Any warrants that my client may have. We're here because he was in a car. They stopped the car for a traffic violation which my client was not driving in the car. The top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Tropical Storm Sally is expected to make landfall in southern Louisiana is a Category two storm by early Tuesday. Officials say they have every reason to believe the storm represents a significant threat. ST. Charles Parish Has declared a state of emergency and issued a mandatory evacuation order ahead of the storm You reporting from The Washington Post, Bob Woodward says that President Trump was bluntly warned in January about the threat of Corona virus, but chose to downplay the danger in public. Woodward's new book rages his latest work in a 50 year career investigating American presidents. Woodward spoke to CBS's Scott Pelley on 60 minutes. I think he did not understand. The American public. He said. Well, I don't want to create a panic. We know from history when the public has told the truth they organize. We have a problem. We're going to step up. And Trump thought, Oh, well, Bill panic and in sports Falcons lose today to the Seahawks 38 to 25 WSB news time is 90 to depend on 95.5 wsb for the top local and national news at the top and bottom of every hour. And when news breaks, we'll break in immediately. 24 hours a day. 95.5 WSB.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KQED Radio

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12:38 min | 1 year ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Michelle Martin Americans are becoming aware of the risks that frontline workers are facing during this pandemic at least it seems that way judging from the homemade signs and notes that we've seen posted on sidewalks and windows thanking doctors and nurses and drivers and grocery store clerks among others but many of these workers worry that they don't have what they need to protect themselves while doing essential work increasingly police officers are saying the same thing according to the national fraternal order of police more than one hundred officers have died in the line of duty because of covert nineteen we've called patrikios to tell us more about this he is the national president of the fraternal order of police which lobbies on behalf of law enforcement officers he's also an officer in St Charles parish Louisiana office COS Mr president thanks so much for talking to us thank you very much for having me can I just ask first of all a lot of people are looking for guidance a lot of people in different professional groups are looking for guidance about what steps they should be taking to protect themselves have law enforcement officers received any specific guidance from say some group like the centers for disease control so so if I could just to give a little bit of a path I think that brought us to this and where our major concern was initially when this when this started when and when when it really ramped up there weren't a whole lot of PPVs to to distribute out and you know the federal government's pushing down to states and states which were put them where they thought the star system worked as it puts some when they think that the most needed and as a result medical staff for the most part got the majority of those PP so it left law enforcement in a very precarious situation that they still had the responsibility of interacting with the public they did not have the luxury of the stay home owners are the are of social distancing by the simple nature of our job and we were doing it without property fees now we improvised but just you know consider that that department were in well we knew that we were gonna be a higher exposure than the than the average person just something about the nature of our business yes we are sorry for every loss of life do you have any sense of how many have been infected what's the totality of the the situation with law enforcement do you know and I don't have any data that shows I know speaking with agencies across the country there are there I put my three counters those who test positive those who are who have returned back because they've they've you know clear that that that period of time and we have a larger percentage that are that are just simply quarantine because of their contact they've had with with either individuals and the public are even officers have been exposed so you when you think of most agencies across this country are less than fifty officers you can see where it doesn't take much in in lines of a percentage to be quarantine to really really put on an agency in a very difficult situation to manpower so now that officers are better equipped I mean we're seeing that somebody's PP shortages are abating what's the next our fight for example testing arm in our officers generally able to get tested is there some testing protocol in place for law enforcement around the country that you're aware of what testing is there's no there's no set standard across country as best practices and the department of homeland security is not a very good job of giving us some some guidelines for law enforcement agencies to adopt it's it's hard to get one that's gonna fit fit all when you consider all the dynamics of all different agencies but testing has certainly improved I think the the next big challenge we're facing is public bodies is that our funding you know the government government funded by a number of sources sales tax and property taxes are two huge factors of that more such country down for a few months well it has has definitely has an impact on the each each jurisdiction's ability to be able to to pay their bills so what we're seeing now is the threat in in some court cases of our restarted fit for willing of officers at a time when we really need these are you know we need to use for sponsors on you know on on site and in in dealing with in protecting their communities and so in essence what we're doing is is because of the simple nature of a lack of funding on that on normal tax you know the normal process what we're doing is we're firing the infantry in the middle of a war are you saying that you're seeing police officers being laid off across the country there is across this country there are there are agencies that are having to grapple with the problem of lack of funding because of the government shutdown which is going to cost for lows yes that is the discussions that are happening in large cities and small cities all across America right now I want to go back to something that you you spoke of earlier and we've talked about the fact that you don't officers by the nature of their jobs still have to engage with the public no matter what there are very few positions in police departments that can be done at home are those individuals who have contracted covert nineteen in the course of their jobs is there an acknowledgement of that if is there for example I don't know that the analogy is a strict one but after nine eleven for example one person personnel who were killed as a result of their duties in nine eleven did receive compensation does the same apply here what I think I test excellent question thank you for for bringing it up because this is a topic that I think we really need to talk about there is a there's a benefit that is offered so public safety benefit that a foreign officer who dies in the line of duty police and fire it online a duty that's paid by federal government originally you know they do this the language for that is pretty pretty rigid on what has to happen now we reached out to Attorney General turning general bar and working with his staff relatively quickly he identified that law enforcement officers are showing up to work each day leaving the safety of their homes in in this environment they should they should be a presumption that if they do come down with a cold in nineteen and they are working in a public safety safety function then that should be a presumption that playing contracted it while they're working he issued that ruling as a as a as a rule it is being there's bills in Congress that is addressing it so on that side I think we've we've made some some headway and I think a lot of that is learned from nine eleven oh nine eleven it took a long time to sort through all this and I think that there were a lot of people don't want to repeat what happened in nine eleven I know it's right thing to do and if it's right thing to do it we write things to do today to there are some three and a fifty thousand law enforcement officers around the country probably about eight hundred thousand eight hundred thousand if you if you gather everybody up together you know sheriff's departments and so forth with different you know sort of title so you know that's a lot of people to to keep track of the reason I mention that is that you know it's hard to assess you know morale at a time like this but I am interested what are you hearing well I I think you know I just recently had a meeting with the major major unions and across the country major cities and you know we we we talked about this very issue I think for the most part this is this is a tough time for her and for everyone and I think we need to take a collective sigh of recognize that all of us are in this together you know one thing I notice I know from dealing with you know with disasters across the country responding I do know this you know everyone's feeling really bad for themselves right now I think the the the best path forward is for everyone to to develop a plan on how they're going to merge out of this and start thinking positively rather than rather than focusing on all the negatives you know we all have an opportunity here together working together to move forward and you know none of us asked for this how we deal with it isn't what's going to define us and you know we're we're American strong and we're in this to win and I were in it together that was Patrick knows he is the national president of the fraternal order of police officer heroes Mr president thank you for speaking with us thank you very much college seniors across the country are wrapping up the final weeks of their school year but most will be missing out on one important rite of passage putting on a cap and gown and walking across the stage for graduation so many schools are turning online to celebrate their seniors one virtual commencement which took place earlier today was geared toward graduates of the country's historically black colleges and universities HBCUs and included remarks from former president Barack Obama NPR's Juana summers covers demographics and culture and she's with us now to tell us more about it one at welcome thanks so much for joining us Hey there thanks for having me tell us about the virtual commencement yeah this was an online event hosted by the actor Kevin Hart and sponsored by JP Morgan chase it's called show me your walk H. B. C. U. edition brought together a ton of prominent black figures who are sending the students off with some advice and good wishes and some performances probably not folks like the NBA's Chris Paul Gary Clark junior California senator Kamilla Harris and of course that former president Barack Obama what we hear from president Obama yes this is interesting because this is the first time we've really heard from former president Obama publicly during this pandemic in his remarks which came at the very end of a two hour event he called on graduates to seize the initiative at a time when he says that the nation's leaders have fumbled their response to the corona virus pandemic more than anything this pandemic is fully finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they're doing a lot of them aren't even pretending to be in charge the world's gonna get better it's going to be up to you he went on to make reference to the fact that the coronavirus has really put into the spotlight the underlying inequities and burdens that black communities in this country have had to deal with for generations and not just in public health but across society we're gonna hear more from president Obama's soon to this is one of a couple of these virtual commencement that he's participating in later this evening he's gonna speak in a primetime special that's in towards the country's high school graduates and in June he and former First Lady Michelle Obama are visiting another virtual commencement that's organized by YouTube well you know obviously the president is making a statement by giving his remarks here and this particular time to this particular group I do want to notice that you know graduates all over the country are missing out on graduation activities but I wonder if in part the presence making a statement that there's something different for historically black colleges and their students yeah you know I think that's exactly the point he's making I this is something that's been hard and stressful for all students particularly those graduating this year into an uncertain economy and who literally are having many of them to move back in with their parents but H. B. C. use are different than a lot of schools out there they educate you know a large population of low income and first generation students who these milestones are particularly significant for and these campuses are just incredibly tight knit places I've talked to a lot of students and they say that these are places they're like family for them their historic they feel like they're part of historic bond and I think it's worth noting to as you and I both know these institutions are feeling the strain financially from corona virus in a different way he she sees have for a long time struggled with less funding and smaller endowments in their predominantly white counterpart to the financial challenges felt by schools across the country are exacerbated on these campuses have you been able to to get some feedback from the students are what are they saying about what they've been hearing that the speeches yeah I have been talking to students all day I spoke with one young woman Taylor Harris who is graduating from Hampton university in Virginia her classes were canceled nine weeks ago so she moved back home to Saint Louis and she's trying to figure out what's next I feel like we don't get any issues they'll get a lot of recognition they kind of looked as expected here compared to ivy league schools we are profoundly Y. extrusion so I didn't I'm glad there is where we are taking the chance to embrace our young African American graduate so many big big that we have over current years graduating from college Taylor told me that Hampton is planning to celebrate their graduates in September if they're able to do so during the pandemic he also spoke to some other students they said that they appreciate gestures like this one from former president Obama and his other celebrities were offering up these virtual graduation events but they also made the point that it's a little sad there is no way to apostle plea replace what they've lost this year yes NPR's Juana summers one of thank you thank you.

NPR Michelle Martin
"st charles parish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Things Considered from NPR news and Michelle Martin Americans are becoming aware of the risks that frontline workers are facing during this pandemic at least it seems that way judging from the homemade signs and notes that we've seen posted on sidewalks and windows thanking doctors and nurses and drivers and grocery store clerks among others but many of these workers worry that they don't have what they need to protect themselves while doing essential work increasingly police officers are saying the same thing according to the national fraternal order of police more than one hundred officers have died in the line of duty because of covert nineteen we've called patrikios to tell us more about this he is the national president of the fraternal order of police which lobbies on behalf of law enforcement officers he's also an officer in St Charles parish Louisiana office COS Mr president thanks so much for talking to us thank you very much for having shown can I just ask first of all a lot of people are looking for guidance a lot of people in different professional groups are looking for guidance about what steps they should be taking to protect themselves have law enforcement officers received any specific guidance from say some group like the centers for disease control so so if I could just to give a little bit of a path I think that brought us to this and where our major concern was initially when this when this started when and when when it really ramped up there weren't a whole lot of PT's to to distribute out and you know the federal government's pushing down to states and states which were put them where they thought that the United star system worked as it puts some when they think that the most needed and as a result medical staff for the most part got the majority of those PP so it left law enforcement in a very precarious situation that they still had the responsibility of interacting with the public to do not have the luxury of the state homeowners or they are social distancing by the simple nature of our job and we were doing it without property peace now we improvise but just you know consider that that the environment we're in well we knew that we were going to be a higher exposure than than the average person just simply by the nature of our business yes we are sorry for every loss of life do you have any sense of how many have been infected what's the totality of the the situation with law enforcement do you know and I don't have any data that shows I know speaking with agencies across the country there are there I put in three categories those who test positive those who are who have returned back because they've they've you know clear that at that time and we have a larger percentage that are that are just simply quarantine because of their contact they've had with with either individuals and the public are even officers have been exposed on you when you think of most agencies across this country are less than fifty officers you can see where it doesn't take much in in lines of a percentage to be quarantine to really really put a an agency in a very difficult situation to manpower so now that officers are better equipped I mean we're seeing that some of these PP shortages are abating what's the next our fight for example testing arm in our officers generally able to get tested is there some testing protocol in place for law enforcement around the country that you're aware of what testing is there's no there's no set standard across country knows best practices and the department of homeland security is not a very good job of giving us some some guidelines for law enforcement agencies to adopt it's it's hard to get one that's gonna fit fit all when you consider all the dynamics of all different agencies but testing has certainly improved I think the the next big challenge we're facing is public bodies is that our funding you know a government government funded by a number of sources sales tax and property taxes are two huge factors of that more shut country down for a few months well it has has definitely has an impact on the each each jurisdiction's ability to be able to to pay the bills so what we're seeing now is the threat and in some cases of our restarted fit for willing of officers at a time when we really need these are you know we need to use for sponsors on you know on on site and in in dealing with in protecting their communities and site and has since we're doing this is because of the simple nature of a lack of funding on that on normal tax you know normal process what we're doing is we're firing the infantry in the middle of a war are you saying that you're seeing police officers being laid off across the country there is cross this country there are there are agencies that are having to grapple with the problem of lack of funding because of the government shutting down which is going to cost for lows yes that is the discussions that are happening in large cities and small cities all across America right now I want to go back to something that you you spoke of of earlier and we talked about the fact that you don't officers by the nature of their jobs still have to engage with the public no matter what there are very few positions in police departments that can be done at home are those individuals who have contracted covert nineteen in the course of their jobs is there an acknowledgement of that if is there for example I don't know that the analogy is a strict one but after nine eleven for example one person personnel who were killed as a result of their duties and nine eleven did receive compensation does the same apply here what I think I test excellent question thank you for for bringing it up because this is a topic that I think we really need to talk about there is a there's a benefit that is offered so public safety benefit that for an officer who dies in the line of duty police and fire it on the line of duty that's paid by federal government originally you know they do this the language for that is pretty pretty rigid on what has to happen now we reached out to Attorney General turning general bar and working with his staff relatively quickly he identified that law enforcement officers are showing up to work each day leaving the safety of their homes in in this environment that there should be a presumption that if they do come down with a cold nineteen and they are working in a public safety safety function then that should be a presumption that they contracted it while they're working and he issued that ruling as a as a as a rule it is being there's bills in Congress that is addressing it so on that side I think we've we've made some some headway and I think a lot of that is learned from nine eleven on nine eleven it took a long time to sort through all this and I think that there are a lot of people don't want to repeat what happened in nine eleven I know what's right thing to do and if it's right thing to do it we write things to do today to there are some three and a fifty thousand law enforcement officers around the country probably about eight hundred thousand eight hundred thousand if you if you gather everybody up together you know sheriff's departments and so forth with different you know sort of title so you know that's a lot of people to to keep track of the reason I mention that is that you know it's hard to assess you know morale at a time like this but I am interested what are you hearing well I I think you know I just recently had a meeting with the major major unions and across the country a major cities and you know week week we talked about this very issue and I I think for the most part this is this was a a tough time for for everyone and I think we need to take a collective sigh of recognize that all of us are in this together you know one thing I know I know from dealing with you know with disasters across the country responding I do know this you know everyone's feeling really bad for themselves right now I think the the the best path forward is for everyone to to develop a plan on how they're going to merge out of this and start thinking positively rather than rather than focusing on all the negatives you know we all have an opportunity here together working together to move forward and you know none of us asked for this how we deal with it is what's going to define us and you know and where where American strong and we're in this to win and that we're in it together that was Patrick knows he is the national president of the fraternal order of police officer heroes Mr president thank you for speaking with us thank you very much college seniors across the country are wrapping up the final weeks of their school year but most will be missing out on one important rite of passage putting on a cap and gown and walking across the stage for graduation so many schools are turning online to celebrate their seniors one virtual commencement which took place earlier today was geared toward graduates of the country's historically black colleges and universities HBCUs and included remarks from former president Barack Obama NPR's Juana summers covers demographics and culture and she's with us now to tell us more about it one at welcome thanks so much for joining us Hey there thanks for having me tell us about the virtual commencement yeah this was an online event hosted by the actor Kevin Hart and sponsored by JP Morgan chase called show me your walk H. B. C. U. edition brought together a ton of prominent black figures who are sending the students off with some advice and good wishes and some performances talk about folks like the NBA's Chris Paul Gary Clark junior California senator Kamilla Harris and of course that former president Barack Obama what we hear from president Obama yes this is interesting because this is the first time we've really heard from former president Obama publicly during this pandemic in his remarks which came at the very end of a two hour event he called on graduates to seize the initiative at a time when he says that the nation's leaders have fumbled their response to the crown of virus pandemic more than anything this pandemic is fully finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they're doing a lot of them aren't even pretending to be in charge the world's gonna get better it's going to be up to you he went on to make reference to the fact that the coronavirus has really put into the spotlight the underlying inequities and burdens that black communities in this country have had to deal with for generations and not just in public health but across society we're gonna hear more from president Obama's soon to this is one of a couple of these virtual command center he's participating in later this evening he's gonna speak in a primetime special team towards the country's high school graduates and in June he and former First Lady Michelle Obama are visiting another virtual commencement that's organized by YouTube well you know obviously the president is making a statement by giving his remarks here in this particular time to this particular group I do want to notice the whole you know graduates all over the country are missing out on graduation activities but I wonder if in part the presence making a statement that there's something different for historically black colleges and their students yeah you know I think that's exactly the point he's making I this is something that's been hard and stressful for all students particularly those graduating this year into an uncertain economy and who literally are having many of them to move back in with their parents but H. B. C. use are different than a lot of schools out there they educate you know a large population of low income and first generation students who these milestones are particularly significant for and these campuses are just incredibly tight knit places I've talked to a lot of students and they say that these are places they're like family for them their historic they feel like they're part of historic bond and I think it's worth noting he was you and I both know these institutions are feeling the strain financially from corona virus in a different way each species have for a long time struggled with less funding and smaller endowments and they're predominately white counterpart to the financial challenges felt by schools across the country are exacerbated on these campuses have you been able to to get some feedback from the students are what are they saying about what they've been hearing that the speeches yeah I have been talking to students all day I spoke with one young woman Taylor Harris who is graduating from Hampton university in Virginia her classes were canceled nine weeks ago so she moved back home to Saint Louis and she's trying to figure out what's next I feel like we don't get any fears they'll get a lot of recognition they kind of looked as expected here compared to the Ivy League school American family white institution so I didn't go after whoever you are taking the chance the M. Braves are young African American graduate so many big big that we have over current and graduated from college Taylor told me that Hampton is planning to celebrate their graduates in September if they're able to do so during the pandemic he also spoke to some other students they said that they appreciate gestures like this one from former president Obama and these other celebrities were offering up these virtual graduation events but they also made the point that it's a little sad there is no way to apostle plea replace what they've lost this year that's NPR's Juana summers one of thank you thank you.

NPR Michelle Martin
"st charles parish" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"New Orleans that is for sure in we talked last week and the numbers really disturbing engine some of the huge names I mean people Marsalis family obviously the father of a wooden or salicin in those guys lost his life so many others have I mean the numbers are staggering and we know the health issues in in Louisiana and lots of other parts of the south just in general and this is indicative also saluted severity in health care for people who have darker skin the myself too from what we've seen research wise it just this is the epitome of that so sadly with more people dying yeah you have you know unfortunately we're seeing a disproportionate of African Americans who are dying from chronic virus and that if you go back you are a number of saying the one of the things that you have a lot of people who are particular job you are always putting themselves at risk I mean think about sometimes the people you see July your your local grocery store unfortunately I just learned of the passing of a prominent civil rights activist in northern Louisiana Rep Blake who practically as well he marched with Dr Martin Luther king but he is one of the most recent one of Irish casualties and and we hate to hear that today we have about seven hundred fifty five almost eight hundred death nineteen thousand cases stepped in and paid it more than two thousand people were still in the hospital with about five hundred in need of ventilators and at one point at governor Edwards said that he will be running out of insulators around this time but in the past three days and the number of those in Louisiana who need to be a ventilator definitely improved but you hear some positive numbers there but this is a very strange for virus who died at birth sh for a long time we all said I did not which of course this is why you have to be careful with social media rumors and rumors that you hear from us unconfirmed shortage saying that African Americans weren't necessarily affected by chronic virus you weren't seeing many African American dad but I was so far our numbers show that they are directly affected a lot of that the courts have to do with the pre existing condition hypertension I think that we have been dealing with for several for several years including some underlying issues as well it is it's a tough thing end you mention the ventilator issue we spoke a week ago not quite you'd expected from what you were told by the governor and the mayor and then New Orleans is that the the beds even the capacity for hospital beds was going to be reach probably this week have we seen that in New Orleans proper or is it gotten better also the same way that at a later and it's gotten better I'm actually we are we are seeing a number of cases that it's starting to flatten the this is the fourth day in a row actually what we thought those numbers flatten on Wednesday without light increase on Thursday but they're calling this a government Edwards and mayor latoya Cantrell calling that the BladeCenter system not exactly a trend in gold down actually at this point that in the world one day recently shut down the testing site for Kobe nineteen ignoring those testing site she has moved to surrounding parishes which for those who are not familiar appearance yet I counties around over in Ohio thinking nothing childcare issues here they now have the testing site at one point the federal Corbett nineteen testing type milling Perisher running out of time before noon but now that will kind of be turning into a trickle you're now seeing them thank sh having about maybe seeing fifty patients a day so we have lacked a lot of people that are showing up to be drafted I E. Z. controversy here in many cases of course being Passover and Easter Sunday just hours away literally is like you know the push to keep people home to have and most of the different our churches and so forth of so you know what we'll go online or you know we'll just hold this off whatever it is that we're gonna do handful still in Kentucky is you know sort of flaw I don't wanna call justice regarding it the worry there you may have heard me on the set of talk about that in Ohio somewhat to whether Allan rock church or elsewhere as a Cincinnati very heavy Catholic population New Orleans way more than that and and that's one of the reasons why you know money grow so big and everything else that goes with it what is the situation this Easter as far as people going to church right now I think that's one of the major concerns right now premier king trial she recently held a news conference asking a lot of people obviously you look here at the Easter weekend wedding you attend church or not is always a big weekend what people are out and about whether they're on the one on the front or in their hearts local parks in your communities right now a look how you control the mayor here is really asking everyone to stay home I noticed a lot of church churches far within the region within this area excuse me locally Norman are doing not virtual services and they are expecting an Easter weekend I know we've heard from New Orleans police captain us on Burger King who said that he will be enforcing the ends as well as any other NOPD officers seriously enforcing the gatherings when they are limited to no more than ten people and I mean that you want to tell you business and their fear anything for thing if you had a number of people that have happened here recently no more than ten family members can get together we are being straight to the attorney can stop the spread of probate nineteen but a lot of the service said bank putting my all here Franklin Avenue Baptist church a lot of these very large churches and hasn't let's have a work work five hundred members all holding virtual servers or drive through service is we actually had a very cool thing happened earlier today Richard Gregory amen who actually archbishop seasoning Gregory amen who actually was diagnosed with COPD at nineteen he has recently recovered she did a flyover of the city of New Orleans for Good Friday blessing and he's also again the seven year old asking everyone to stay home he is no longer doing a survey they did a Passover blessing they literally flew on a on a plane a small private plane over the city but he planned to do the math at the end the thing would be for the CD for all of their all of the people who follow along with them but they do have some churches including one about an hour and a half away in baton Rouge Louisiana which I don't know if you've seen that story we've been following very closely after after it's been arrested multiple times for continuing to hold service then you had several of his followers to continue to show up for ceremony and and then of course it went by you should not show up anywhere there are more than ten people it's just uncomfortable and unsafe now it is it is it bad enough to go to the grocery store and somebody like comes up behind you to grab something I'm like Hey Hey Hey yeah let me grab it you don't really get out of your way don't bother me let alone a little buddy but producers are let me pray through only work on it that way so three skits and with us from W. W. well tanned channel for a news in New Orleans so used to be here in Cincinnati is down there she's back home and sharing some vital information about how really the ravages of covert nineteen in the Louisiana New Orleans itself but not as bad here in the tri state and we hope that doesn't get that bad and hopefully the little closure there how is the issue which has been here they were talking to anybody test and trying to get those numbers up you mentioned how they were running out earlier rather than later where does that look for you now well right now I'm testing in New Orleans that fall down that large a large amount of course I mentioned earlier military controlled that the guys have been only seeing about fifty patients a day so right now they are moving the testing site to places that are outside of that Louisiana court of art that was interesting to get to the neighboring parishes who might not have had easy access to testing so as you mentioned Saint James Paris Saint John the Baptist and St Charles parish they know that they probably would be more parishes and if you've been to these neighboring parishes for them a population that is archery African American also very elderly I'm so you don't see very young people there so you could see an increase in cases from upstairs chance with more access to that now number I think that is fair but I can't say that again and Worland you know the number to fighting the fight I don't know what that is most reviews articles and financing efforts we have had a lot of people calling that three one one number that here I think the most hard whenever someone sees anything and and and you know and both of our emails it's probably very busy with people that are reporting issues my bills with different thing that everyone is being very vigilant about gatherings of more than ten people working the people or even how many people show up at the park but right now it's happening why we were actually okay for most of the people leave that we could shut their testing type down here says it's everyone around it well hopefully that means it's on the backside of that other number is just so striking was seven hundred fifty five dead it is it's just heart wrenching in in we just would like it to stay there and not get any worse but we'll see how it goes anything else before I let you go because and you know you have ask questions but I mean you're living it yeah you're reporting on it and I think you're actually doing a lot of your work from home what is that like for you the one that yeah I don't want to work from home and you know I can tell you that you have a lot more people that are reaching out to you I can say one of the greatest concern that we have here is that the economic down turn here can trial mentioned that the city right now is in the the reality of being financially strapped and repeating a hundred and fifteen million dollar deficit the the the two trillion dollar federal stimulus bill actually leave out the city of New Orleans because that we have less than five hundred thousand residents that the minimum requirements to apply for direct federal lease so we will get some money for a battling one of Paris but not necessarily prevent economic downturn I recently did a story about the paycheck protection program of PPP that going to happen advantages and disadvantages in the warranty now we have several cars and several restaurants that are hurting financially down here and I'm stuck with a bond issue state but the into the great even with P. P. P. the closure of several and stabs you in here and that is due in a large part to the fact that while PPP does offer a loan that can be forgiven seventy five percent of that one has to go towards he will not yet majority of the businesses that are closed here someone saying that they no longer have a payroll so they're trying to understand exactly how this works it's a very complicated process and what about the French Quarter arranged for bars and restaurants we are massive so while you put seventy five percent that money towards payroll a lot of people can afford to maintain your rant that.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To chip in your two cents but it might cost you as celebrities rushed to condemn accused sexual predator harvey weinstein and share their own tales to responses stood in stark contrast you may have read that lindsay lohan claimed an instagram video that she felt very bad for the disgraced producer and designer donna karen questioned whether women were asking for it well etiquette expert tom farley spoke to money scom chiming in on a hot topic at work his tips number one avoid talking about these topics altogether most experts agree that polarising issues like religion pollard ticks insects or a nogo at work number two pick your battles beyond those topics ask yourself does this matter to my job number three starting your career and the competence to speak up you might want to look for allies to help and forth ask clarifying questions i want to try to learn about the other side it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news gordon an oil rig exploded last night in st charles parish louisiana injuring at least seven five critically kenner mayor benzon says the 30's got nine one one calls from shaken residence ele reports from facebook phone calls coming in text messages coming in large sonic boom came into these residents these neighborhoods one person is missing from the rig which is operated by clovelly oil firefighters are gaining ground on the deadliest wildfires in california history as winds eased while searchers come charred ruins for more victims of the blazes that have claimed at least forty lives this resident decided not to evacuate despite orders to leave his home in kenwood royal we've been a very little sleep for the last week to the to the three most destructive fires in northern california have been more than half contained more than fifty seven hundred structures have been destroyed by a dozen wildfires which have consumed an area larger the new york city secretary of state rex tillerson says diplomatic efforts aimed at resolving the north korean crisis will continue until the first bomb drops that statement comes despite president trump's tweets a few weeks tact that his teeth on boy was wasting his time trying to negotiate with little rock at man a mocking nicknamed chunk has given to north korea's leader ireland has dispatched its armed forces to bolster flood defences and is warning people against nonessential travel as the remnants.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"California firefighters have gotten a better handle on raging wildfires truck bomb explosions in somalia have killed more than three hundred in one of the deadliest attacks in years in the baseball playoffs on a lighter note while you may notice that these new york yankees are not the ones of old well the me or pretty much lyon higher light really the lives of a lot of people are always been good daily win every year they want it seemed like every year for the last century or so they haven't exactly been what i would describe as a very likeable fun being wall street journal baseball writer jerry diamond on the changing image of the yankees who host game 3 in the lds against the astros tonight at least seven people have been injured and one person is missing after an oil rig exploded and caught fire on lake pontchartrain in louisiana it happened last night at around seven forty five local time emergency officials from st charles parish along with the us coast guard are among those responding andrew who love who lives about ten blocks away from the explosion told the times picky you on that his house actually shook sheriff joseph low pinto of st charles parish says the cause of the blast was still unknown obviously with any type of these incidences is always environmental concerns roger fernandez who offered a view on facebook lives at the explosion quote shook me out of my couch the rig according to the new orleans advocate is operated by clovelly oil lake pontchartrain by the way is roughly a thirty minute drive north of new orleans the advocate reporter that jefferson parish councilman chris roberts cited facebook post claiming that flying parts from the asian had hit homes in the city of kenner firefighters are making noticeable progress on the deadliest wildfires in california history with help from wins that have died down the smoke and flames claimed at least forty lives since last sunday two of the three most destructive fires in northern california were more than half contained some residents who fled the flames in hard hit cinema county could be allowed to return home in the next 24 hours nancy ness men works at a.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Dot com belt chiming in on a hot topic at work his tips number one avoid talking about these topics altogether most experts agree that polarising issues like religion paul the ticks and sex or a nogo at work number two pick your battles beyond those topics ask yourself does this matter to my job number three if you're just starting your career and lacked the confidence to speak up you might want to look for allies to help and forth ask clarifying questions i want to try to learn about the the other side it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news gordon an oil rig exploded last night in st charles parish louisiana injuring at least seven five critically kenner mayor benzon says a third he's got nine one one calls from shaken residence elliott reports from facebook phone polls coming in text messages coming in large sonic boom came into these resins these neighborhoods one person is missing from the rig which is operated by cleverly oil firefighters are gaining ground on the deadliest wildfires in california history as winds eased while searchers come charred ruins for more victims of the blazes that have claimed at least forty lives this resident decided not to evacuate despite orders to leave his home in kenwood remember royal we've been a the very little sleep for less two of the three most destructive fires in northern california have been more than half contained more than fifty seven hundred structures have been destroyed by a dozen wildfires are tiff consumed an area larger than new york city secretary of state rex tillerson says diplomatic efforts aimed at resolving the north korean crisis will continue he'll until the first bomb drops that statement comes despite president trump's tweets a few weeks fact that his chief on boy was wasting his time trying to negotiate with little rock at man a mocking nickname chunk has given to north korea's leader ireland has dispatched its armed forces to bolster flood defences and his warning people against nantes central travel as the remnants of hurricane affiliate threatened the country both its worst storm in fifty years of feeling of the six major hurricane of the atlantic season has been downgraded but it's still packing winds could gusts over 80 miles an.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"It might cost you as celebrities rushed to condemn accused sexual predator harvey weinstein and share their own tales to responses stood in stark contrast you may have read that lindsay lohan claimed an instagram video that she felt very bad for the disgraced producer and designer donna karen questioned whether women were asking for it well etiquette expert tom farley spoke to money ish dot com chiming in on a hot topic at work his tips number one avoid talking about these topics altogether most experts agree that polarising issues like religion pollock ticks sex or a nogo at work number two pick your battles beyond those topics ask yourself does this matter to my job number three if you're just starting your career and lacked the confidence to speak up you might want to look for allies to help and forth ask clarifying questions i want to try to learn about the others side it's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news gordon an oil rig exploded last night in st charles parish louisiana injuring at least seven five critically kenner mayor benzon says the '30s got nine one one calls from shaken residence killer reports from facebook phone calls coming in text message coming in large sonic boom came into these residents these neighborhoods one person is missing from the rig which is operated by clovelly oil firefighters are gaining ground on the deadliest wildfires in california history as winds eased while searchers come charred ruins for more victims of the blazes that have claimed at least forty lives this right resident decided not to evacuate despite orders to leave his home in kenwood royal it we've been very little sleep for the last two of the three most destructive fires in northern california have been more than half contained more than fifty seven hundred structures have been destroyed by a dozen wildfires are tiff consumed an area larger than new york's city secretary of state rex tillerson says diplomatic efforts aimed at resolving the north korean crisis will continue until the first bomb drops that statement comes despite president trump's tweets a few weeks back that his chief on boy was wasting his time trying to negotiate with little rock at man a mocking nickname chunk has given to north korea's leader ireland has dispatched its armed forces to bolster flood defences and is warning people against nonessential travel as.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"America's first news this morning with your host gordon deal toil rigor explosion in louisiana good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka it is monday october sixteen thanks for being with us here's what we have for you this hour officials say at least seven and people have been injured after an oil platform exploded and caught fire on lake pontchartrain north of new orleans with wins dying down in northern california firefighters have gotten a better handle on raging wildfires truck bomb explosions in somalia have killed more than three hundred in one of the deadliest attacks in years that in the baseball playoffs on a lighter note while you may notice that these new york yankees are not the ones of old well the anc four pretty much lyon prior light really the lives of a lot of people of poyton good daily win every year they wanted it seemed like every year for the last century hurt though they haven't exactly been what i would describe it literary very likeable pierre mauroy on wall street journal baseball writer jared diamond on the changing image of the yankees who host game 3 in the lds against the astros tonight at least seven people had been injured and one person is missing after an oil rig exploded and caught fire on lake pontchartrain in louisiana it happened last night at around seven forty five local time emergency officials from st charles parish along with the us coast guard are among those responding andrew who love who lives about ten blocks away from the explosion told the times picky you on that his house actually shook sheriff joseph low pinto of st charles perish says the cause of the blast was still unknown obviously with any type of these incidents is is always environmental concerns roger fernandez who offered a view on facebook live said the explosion quote shook me out of my couch the rig according to the new orleans advocate is operated by clovelly oil lake pontchartrain by the way is roughly a thirty minute drive north of new orleans the advocate reported that jefferson parish councilman chris roberts cited facebook post claiming that flying parts from the asian had he had homes in the city of kenner firefighters were making noticeable progress on the deadliest wildfires in california history with help from wins that have died down the.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KTRH

"Is america's first news this morning with your host gordon deal toil rig explosion in louisiana good morning i'm gordon deal along with jennifer kushinka 80s monday october sixteen thanks for being with us here's what we have for you this hour officials say at least seven people have been injured after an oil platform exploded and caught fire on lake pontchartrain north of new orleans with winds dying down in northern california firefighters have gotten a better handle on raging wildfires truck bomb explosions in somalia have killed more than three hundred in one of the deadliest attacks in years ending the baseball playoffs on a lighter note while you may notice that these new york yankees are not the ones of old well the anchorage for pretty much lyon higher light and really the lives of a lot of people i've always been good day win every year they want it seemed like every year for the last century or so they haven't exactly been what i would describe as a very likeable pm are very fun being wall street journal baseball writer jared diamond on the changing image of the yankees who host game 3 in the lds against the astros tonight at least seven people had been injured and one person is missing after an oil rig exploded and caught fire on lake pontchartrain in louisiana it happened last night at around seven forty five local time emergency officials from st charles parish along with the us coast guard are among those responding in andrew love who lives about ten blocks away from the explosion told the times picky you that his house actually shook sheriff joseph low pinto of st charles parish says the cause of the blast was still unknown obviously with any type of these incidents is as always environmental concerns roger fernandez who offered a view on facebook lives at the explosion quote shook me out of my couch the rig according to the new orleans advocate is operated by clovelly oil lake pontchartrain by the way is roughly a thirty minute drive north of new orleans the advocate reported that jefferson parish councilman chris roberts cited facebook post claiming that flying parts from the russian had hit homes in the city of kenner firefighters are making noticeable progress on the deadliest wildfires in california history with help from wins that have died down the.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KTRH

"Highs upper 70s near eighty i'd be dos todd work the weather channel is seventy and partly cloudy at the ktrh tump tax defenders 24 level weather center feed here reached news time is down 300 what our top story oh environmental concerns following an oil rig explosion in lake pontchartrain neared kenner louisiana seven workers had to be transported to the hospital another person is missing as hours after the blast late sunday but no immediate word on fatalities sheriff uh joseph pino of st charles parish had more information last night's there is one person that is still a possibly unaccounted for it this time we have several boats still are conducting research rescue mission five of the people in a hospital learned said to be in serious condition closely oil said to be the company operating that rig out a new report says the damage caused by harvey was less severe than we first thoughts that greater houston partnerships says harvey's losses for the texas and louisiana gulf coast totalled ninety seven billion dollars or eleven and billion dollars less than an earlier estimate of one hundred eight billion the total includes eighty seven billion and property damage and destruction and ten billion dollars in lost economic output nick ranked kebich newsradio 740 ktrh paul texas churches is suing fema for religious discrimination claiming the agency as the ninemember relief funds only because their houses of worship diana firm is the attorney at the back of law firm in dc greater claire crime prohibits discriminating ticket and providing government by american which is what they're fairly vern says several texas churches have been told that they are not eligible for relief grants swat even had a grand application rejected i'll today the us senate takes up a thirty six and a half billion dollar aid recovery package approved by the house last week women's congressman kevin brady says the measure will help replenish funds for fema and recovery loans in texas but will still be something longterm to address how to prevent flooding led the hurricane read a recovery i know what type of comprehensive plan to save mead as soon as we get back i think we can make the case for that bigger and longer term recovery package a month ago congress approved the fifteen billion dollar recovery aid package but that was before hurricane maria hit puerto rico and fires broke out in california ktrh these time is downstream owed three former san francisco forty nine.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on WCHS

"Near seem success in their battle against those massive and deadly wildfires abc's alex stone is in santa rosa california the flames here a ban calming a now the forecast indicates later in the week it could even rain fire captain rick crawford says they have lots of work to do before the rain arrived we don't want to rely on that actually that actually happening we'd rather actually take care of this before the ringgit's here and then that's archer as possible number of missing here from the fires has been dropping but it's still above one hundred fifty people and now detectives are trying to track them down alex stone abc news santa rosa california after former white house chief strategist steve bannon is comments over the weekend there's a time and season forever thing and right now it's a seasonal war against a gop establishment republican senator susan collins of maine appearing on abc's this week saying bannon's comments about declaring war on the gop establishment are not useful nad helpful are appropriate at all obviously nece japan and has the right to support whomever he want since support but i think his rhetoric is exactly what the american people are tired and bannon calling out senate majority leader mitch mcconnell by name connell will be meeting with the president today in the ways the eta overnight in oil rig exploding in lake pontchartrain just north of new orleans sheriff joseph lupi until of st charles parish has more information there is one person that is still a possibly unaccounted for this time we have several boats still conducting the search and rescue mission colin kaepernick took a need to fight racial injustice now he's taking on the nfl to try to work again abc's wrong claiborne allan kaplan accusing the team owners of colluding getting together to try to keep him off the field he cites is taking a knee protests over police mistreatment of african americans i drive the national anthem before games this season players are uniting behind kaplan you're listening to abc news have you ever thought you'd like to buy and sell houses but didn't know how or where to begin d if.

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"st charles parish" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"st charles parish" Discussed on KTRH

"Wake of a cold front were going to keep the winds run through monday but were stay nice sunny and dry all feud workweek overnight mostly cloudy earlyon with some clearing late lows upper 50s sunny and windy for your monday highs upper 70s sunny on tuesday the winds will be a strong highs upper 70s near eighty does todd bork the weather channel on 75 cloudy at the ktar each to objects defenders 24 ever weather center a what our top story environmental concerns following an oily explosion and lake pontchartrain near kidder louisiana seven workers have been transported to hospitals at other a person has been considered missing just hours after the blast late sunday today no we're media to work groaned fatalities share of joseph look pinto of st charles parish has more information there is one person that is still a possibly unaccounted for this time we have several boats still conducting the search and rescue mission at least seven people injured according to published reports closely oil is said to be the company that's operating that rig i do report says that the damage caused by harvey was less severe than we first thought that greater houston partnership says harvey's losses for the texas and louisiana gulf coast totalled ninety seven billion dollars or eleven billion dollars less than an earlier estimate of one hundred eight billion the total includes eighty seven billion and property damage and destruction and ten billion dollars in lost economic output nick rank of its seven forty ktrh sexist search is suing fema for religion a for religious discrimination claiming the agency as denying them relief funds only because their houses of worship diane firms of attorney at the beckett law firm in dc creator claire crime prohibit discriminating against ticket providing government like emergency services.

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