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Questions continue on $16B back bay flood plan in NJ
"One of the most ambitious and expensive flood control projects in any US state could eventually change the way the Jersey Shore looks and operates during a storm the back bays of the Jersey Shore hit hard by flooding during superstorm sandy but a proposed sixteen billion dollar plan to address flooding is raising concerns the proposal calls for construction of huge gates across the miles of three inlets in New Jersey that could be slam shot when a major storm approaches officials with the US army corps of engineers held an online hearing Monday night they said the plan could prevent one point six billion dollars with the storm damage every year when fully constructed but officials didn't have detailed answers on some concerns including where the water would go during storms and the impact it might have on the environment participants asked what would happen to the water levels near the structures there's no guarantee of funding for the massive project which would run from Neptune in Monmouth County all the way to the state southern tip in Cape May New Jersey I'm Jennifer king
Climate Change Blamed for Havoc in Northeast US Floods
"The northeast still cleaning up all of the destruction caused by the remnants of hurricane ida last week at least fifty people died and while residents in some public health officials were surprised by the severe weather. Storms like this or what. Scientists have long warned about jeff brady from npr's climate team reports in bridgeport pennsylvania about one in the morning thursday vernon perry says the nearby river was rising and the fire department. Woke him up. They just were saying evacuate. Now get out the only chance you to go. Now get out run. There wasn't even time to move his car. It's flooded like others on this street a front loader hauls them to waiting trucks at the end of the muddy blocked. Brenda night is sitting under front step next to the sidewalk. Where a pipe. Gushes water into the street. It's being pumped up from her basement. The water came up to the first floor here and first floor. My rug was soaking wet in. There has whether she expected such a severe storm because of climate change. Not at all. This is a complete surprise. We had no idea of the magnitude of the damage. That was going to be called even new york governor. Kathy hokuto who talks about climate change fueling. More severe storms was surprised. We did not know that between eight fifty nine fifty pm that the heavens literally open up and bring niagara falls level water to the streets of new york. It's one thing to talk about the effects of climate change. It's another to experience them. Says burnet. woods blackie chief meteorologist with climate centro even. If you said to her there was going to be over three inches of rain in one hour if she's never seen that what does that mean. What does that look like. What does that look like on the ground. Same for the rest of us but we're getting more examples. There was superstorm. Sandy new york and new jersey nine years ago. The pacific northwest now understands what days of one hundred plus degree weather is like and across the country more people are experiencing wildfires and hazardous smoke.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Of thousands of people throughout the state here in Louisiana still do not have power foxes Jeff Paul President Biden will be visiting the areas in New York and New Jersey damage during the storm on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the U. S. Coast Guard said Saturday that cleanup crews are responding to a sizable oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane Ida. So far, the growing oil slick appears to have remained out to sea and has not impacted the Louisiana shoreline. Plus Democrats are linking. The need for the infrastructure bill with the fallout from Hurricane Ida. It is said, never let a crisis go to waste. Democrats are using the storm as rationale to push their agenda stocked with environmental provisions. Global warming is upon us. That's why it's so imperative to pass two bills. Democrats hope to pass both bills soon they're linking environmental issues with social programs. Even some Republicans who backed the bipartisan infrastructure plan said hurricane item made Case disaster aid used to be easy to pass in Congress. That's because every part of the country faces natural disasters be the earthquakes or tornadoes. But that changed the last time a major storm struck New York Superstorm Sandy in 2012 boxes. Chat program. America is listening to Fox News 99 years serving DFL Trending Now now on W B and W B com I'm Ken Jeffrey and from conservation free services. WP 80 24 7 News Desk, The Web hosting Company Go Daddy has removed a site set up by Texas right to life. The website, which was created to allow.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Your line. Plus Democrats are linking the need for the infrastructure bill with the fallout from Hurricane Ida. It is said, never let a crisis go to waste. Democrats are using the storm as rationale to push their agenda stocked with environmental provisions. Global warming is upon us. That's why it's so imperative to pass two bills. Democrats hope to pass both bills soon. They're linking environmental issues with social programs. Even some Republicans who backed the bipartisan infrastructure plan said hurricane item made their case disaster aid used to be easy to pass in Congress. That's because every part of the country faces natural disasters be the earthquakes or tornadoes. But that changed the last time a major storm struck New York Superstorm Sandy in 2012 Boxes Chat program. America is listening to Fox News. Buying a car. Celebrate Virginia Spirits Month. Virginia, ABC and Save 20% on nine. Select Virginia made spirit on September 9th get any of those nine spirits and invite nine prints to join you. You can play at least nine songs tell nine stories you can even dressed to the nines, head to the ABC store or Order online for pickup or delivery and save 20% on nine Select Virginias Spirits. September 9th. Virginia, ABC. Please celebrate responsibly. Everyone loves shopping online. Well, I'm going to tell you what I tell my golf buddies when they buy clubs Stop searching for coupon codes. Download Capital one shopping to your computer capital one shopping instantly searches for available coupon codes and automatically applies them to check out. Plus, it's free and you don't even need a capital One card to use it. That's like getting a hole in one without even trying Capital. One shot. It's kind of genius. What's in your wallet? Savings and available coupons. Berry. While booster shots for the coronavirus vaccine have not been approved for the general population, Many scientists are pushing for more time to review the data. They don't have enough evidence yet to support booster.
‘Definitely Gross’: New Jersey Crews Working To Clean Raw Sewage Flowing Into Ventnor Streets Due To Pipe Leak
"It may be days before crews can plug a leak. That has sent raw sewage flowing into the streets of Ventnor, the Atlantic County Sewer Authority, issuing a statement saying they don't even have the parts to begin repairs. Leakage is expected to continue for up to a week. They're also urging people to avoid contact. With raw sewage water. The federal government will be recommending a series of flood control measures to a number of states, including New Jersey to help prevent a major threat to home and business owners. Fact they flooding following Superstorm Sandy in 2012 devastated homes and businesses. Coastal in lance bass in tributary swell with flood runoff and slowly seep into properties. Since late 2016, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers has been trying to figure out a way to prevent future back bay flooding. In a report expected to be released later in the year, The Fed is recommending a series of Steps, including building storm surge barriers, flood walls and even elevating homes and other buildings. 2030 is the earliest date construction on these solutions could begin with approval and funding still needed by
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We understand the disease, and now we're open for business. Karen Travers, ABC News, Wilmington, Delaware President Trump and Joe Biden both going to be campaigning in the Midwest today, looking for last minute votes. A lot of people, though, have apparently already made up their mind. Now in crunch time across the country, more than 90 million absentee ballots were mailed out about 56 million have been returned so far. If you're still holding on to that, in many states, it may be too late to go ahead and mailed them. And so you should go out. Look for one of those drop off locations or just going vote in person. Either way, it's time. His correspondent Mary Bruce, A stop work order has been issued after a spinning crane sent debris falling to the ground in Midtown last night Train now secured at the condo high rise being built on West 57th Street near Sixth Avenue. The incident around seven last night during the windy, rainy conditions, pieces of metal glass falling. Some 85 stories down the street. This woman owns a restaurant nearby could have smashed into anything and it didn't hurt anybody. So that's something to be thankful for the incident, coming eight years after a crane collapsed on the same block. During Superstorm Sandy, Jennifer Bell, Sony WFOR News new lawsuits filed in connection with the death of Briana Taylor and Louisville, the officer who was shot in the rate now filing a countersuit against her boyfriend, the face of law enforcement in this divisive case out of Kentucky when they say her name Briana Taylor, who even the police now agree, should never have been killed in her home. Jonathan Mattingly was the officer leading the charge outside her door. The 47 year old is suing the victim's boyfriend who fired shots through the door, thinking that the police were thieves, accusing him a battery assault and intentional emotional distress. Correspondent Steve Olson. Sammy News at 11 brought to you today by River Spring Health 856 Senior whether in Wall Street next today, we have Democrats like Ilhan Omar and AOC in Congress, their policies.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Health medical group position, visit our W J b h dot org's slash Tellem Ed R W. J, part of his health, Let's be healthy. Together. New Jersey 101.5. This is sad thing but needs it needs to get talked about for a couple more minutes. If you attended a funeral since this pandemic began a New Jersey funeral. How is it different? What was it like? And is it true that inside a funeral home If you were even lucky tow have it. You know late enough in this thing where you're even allowed back into a funeral home? Is it true that they actually have the employees of the funeral home telling people to stay apart? Don't sad, right? Is I mean, Zach Alarm. Don't hug each other at a funeral. 1 800 to 83101.5 years fast traffic trouble on the Garden State Parkway. It's a crash on the sand pants out of Woodbridge, right near aged 1 30. It's the right line. Disclose Parkway North is building up 1 44 and a 1 45 this report response by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. If the signals are going at a railroad crossing, don't be tempted to try and sneak across the tracks ever Stop trains can't a message brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration traffic on one tonight in London Still slow coming South has Woodlawn Avenue route. 90 got bunching up in hell. 1 95 down Oldrich Road and also in Lakewood and 70 Western Lake would slow the parkway. Up to No Hampshire Avenue Still crash on 35 eat in town on the south outside by industrial way and road work on the lower level. George Washington was leaving New Jersey in the right lane. Tom Rivers Newjersey Traffic North, Jill Myron Newjersey Traffic South Pen Sock and Watch out. There's an accident at 1 30, a south bound Marlton pike in through the airport circle. You're going to see some delays. And I'm not sure which lane this blocked off. But there's a lane blocked off and the turnpike north truck lanes are backed up out of Hamilton at exit 7 to 7 a from the Bordentown area towards 78, and it's the truck planes that are all backed up. So go with the car lanes instead. Any Jersey fast traffic is every 15 minutes. Next report. 3 48 on New Jersey one a 1.5. Futures. He want a 1.5 instant weather. Tomorrow is the eighth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy's landfall on New Jersey and tomorrow we'll be dealing with the remnants of Hurricane Zeta a very different storm in terms of its track and its impacts, But we're still concerned about the potential for heavy rain.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Mail in vote results next Tuesday. But votes postmarked on time will be counted if they arrive a week after the election. It's hard to believe. But this week marks eight years since Superstorm Sandy made lane fall right here in the Garden State New Jersey organizing project says there are still plenty of people waiting on funding. And battling calls for repayment of grants. The grassroots group is hosting an online gathering for storm survivors Thursday. Where we all can be safe, still unified. And be together and remember hold each other up. Hundreds of individuals remain involved in New Jersey's primary rebuilding programme. Get the latest Jersey news on your schedule on demand. Goto NJ 115 dot com slash podcasts. Well, the sunshine peek out at all this week. The Complete New Jersey One on 1.5 forecast is coming up. New Jersey Fast traffic in one minute. It's the most important election of our time. New Jersey one A 1.5 is here to cover every angle of our election story all with you in mind. Our entire news and digital team will be on Jersey streets on the Web and on the air to keep you informed thanks to our election coverage sponsor the new Hyundai of South Brunswick on Route one family owned and operated with over 50 years of combined automotive experience, they selection season count on New Jersey one a 1.5. On the air on a wrap and on n j Wanna 15 dot com. As a professional painter, you're only as good as your last job make account with bare pro. I 300.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Focus group? In the wake of this debate. You haven't The Drudge report doesn't seem to be doing its poles anymore. I wonder why that might be. It's because President Trump appeared calm, collected in control and dare I say presidential He did what he needed to do. He appeared to the American people as the leader. They can continue to count on and therefore reelect in a crisis. The last time an incumbent face reelection 2012 Barack Obama was losing that race badly to Mitt Romney gallop daily Tracking which we now know is probably wrong. Had Romney up. In the closing days of the campaign by seven points, Superstorm Sandy hit and Barack Obama. Everybody remembers the big bear hug from then New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Superstorm. Sandy allowed Barack Obama to appear presidential. It reminded people that in a time of devastation in crisis because of this storm, he was the guy. Obama was rocked by scandal just as Joe Biden is right now, back then it was September 11th 2012 Obama lying to the American people about a terror attack in Benghazi. You might remember then Secretary of State Saying Hillary Clinton saying at this point, what difference does it make? Where they going? For a walk? Was this an organized terror plot? This was badly damaging Obama to the point where the moderator in Romney and Obama's debate candy Crowley actually had to throw her body in front of Obama to protect him from Romney's hostile line of questioning and Romney himself said Wait a second. No, he didn't call this a terror attack Candy. You're wrong. Romney was absolutely flummoxed. We're seeing the exact same sort of thing repeat itself. There isn't a hurricane. There isn't a Superstorm. But right now it's the tsunami of cove in 19. Joe Biden's attack line is clear. In fact, he said, it Donald Trump does not deserve reelection because 200,000 plus people have died on his watch of covert 120,000. Americans dead. Here. Nothing else I say tonight. Through this Anyone who is responsible for not taking control. In fact, not saying I'm I take no responsibility. Initially, anyone who's responsible for that money desk should not remain as president of the United States of America. That is the 100% focus of Joe Biden's entire presidential campaign. Ever since Cove in 19 hit Ever since the country shutdown in mid March. That has been it Focus on the death toll focus on the economic devastation, which you'll notice he's no longer in attack line that on his watch Donald Trump's economy is in shambles. You'll notice that that's disappeared because it's projected that at the end of this month in a weak GDP is going to be projected at something like 32% 33% growth. The economy is rebounding in a V shaped pattern just as president Trump said it would The only effective attack that Biden has is so many people died on Trump's watch. This virus is so devastating and we're going to a long, bleak winter. It's going to be terrible. It's going to be even worse. 200,000 more people will die. We need to get a new president who believes in science. You will wear a mask. And if you notice as the two men walked out on stage, Joe Biden was taking off his mask. And this was a subtle little tell us May I believe this science? I said, there's nobody near him. There's nobody within 60 ft, let alone 6 FT as the guys walking out on the stage. Trump, of course, strides out very confidently, but by this attack is that 220,000 people died, and Donald Trump is responsible for each and everyone on our unhinged liberal of the day segment. A couple of days ago, we had a more insane version of this attack coming from Keith Olbermann, who said that Donald Trump should face the death penalty for each one of those 223,000 people have died of Corona virus more accurately, of course, who have died. With Corona virus. The reason Trump won That debate had nothing to do with Hunter Biden. It had nothing to do with Ah, with Biden admitting that he's going to get rid of the oil industry. It had nothing to do with foreign policy or North Korea or climate change or whatever other nonsensical topic. That we're getting into that writes about 14, or 15 on the list of 15 most important issues to Americans as they cast their votes. Donald Trump won the debate because he was so effective at turning back the attacks on his leadership during the covert crisis. Trump your reaction, he says. You have no plan have a dark winter and at all, we're opening up our country. We've learned and studied and understand the disease, which we didn't at the beginning when I closed and banned China From coming in heavily infected and then ultimately Europe. But China was in January months later, he was saying I was xenophobic. I did it too soon. Now he's saying, Oh, I should have I should have, you know, moved quicker, but he didn't move quicker. He was months behind me. Many months behind me, and frankly, he ran the H one n one swine flu, and it was a total disaster far less lethal. But it was a total disaster. Had that had this kind of numbers. 700,000 people would be dead right now. But it was a far less lethal disease. Look his own person who ran that for him. Who, as you know was his chief of staff said it was catastrophic. It was horrible. We didn't know what we were doing. Now he comes up and he tells us how to do this. Also everything that he said about the way every single move that, he said we should make That's what we've done. We've done all of it, but he was way behind us. That is a Perry that is a successful defence that was also employed in the vice presidential debate. By Mike Pence. Why did the media resort to declaring the winner of the vice presidential debate to be the fly that landed on Pence's head? Why did they resort to focusing on something so nonsensical? It was a tell that Pence had thoroughly dominated Kamala Harris. We played the Franklins Focus Group answers Give a one word answer about what you thought about Camilla Harris, and it was all negative, with the exception of one person. Pamela didn't appear to be very effective in control. Pence did why? Because he was successfully able, Teo say, Look, Joe Biden basically plagiarized the Trump Administration's plan everything. Biden is saying everything he has said that he would do as president. We've already done. Including shutdown travel from China. This is a rather amazing little bit of revisionist history. President Trump In fact, and I've written extensively about this all of the things that the Trump administration was doing. Do you know when the Corona virus task force was first convened? Early March mid March..
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Kaepernick, he tweeted out. While this is Trump killing more brown and black people, you know that the defense contractor that's all many killed he was Iraqi President Trump was avenging the death. Of a brown person. Colin Kaepernick. These people make me sick to my stomach. Listen and subscribe. Wnbc radio dot com on the 77 Dylan you ABC Mobile app. Go to Paul, who's calling from New Jersey. Welcome to Curtis and Jet said Juliet. Paul, How are you? Good. Paul just got a couple points. Do you guys realize that Theo drug work under Trump in three years and Obama in eight, and that's the gold standard for the environment. Also my uncle in California They've caught 41 arsonist four times united any of the year. Lighting fires don't kind of being political agents. But there's been nothing to prove. Yet it is political and remember, in all their previous fires. Paul of what? You have been many I mean, we've gone through season after season. They're always arsonists out there. You know, I keep reminding people No pyromaniacs out there. Yeah, And then all of a sudden they see something on television back to bag belly to belly and they having a live in the vicinity of that area. This. They derive such pleasure from this. You don't think they're going to go out there and feel Ho, I lighted fire. Also, I'll add Teo Teo, but understand. I mean, I know that there's this now theory going out. It's being pushed by some of the right wing outlets. Saying that this is Antifa. This is a way that antique is trying to, you know, messed with the with the with whatever or the left wingers. I mean, it's the same kind of mentality as saying. Oh, it's a bunch of right wing Nazis that are going out and starting all of these riots. Pretending like, you know, like they're the left. I mean, who knows what you think the terminology of Antifa which we've heard them in there, many demonstration and said, led to riots and lead to rooting. Looting is yet burn it down, Burn it all down, but they want to burn down the Democrats. They wanna burn. You Look at that. That specific statement, and you easily can extrapolated and say, Yeah. Maybe they figure they'll burn down the forests. But again, nothing has been proven to this state numbers. 1 808 for eight w A. B. C. Let's go to Joe's calling from Brooklyn. Welcome to Curtis and Jet, said Juliet, You said. Hey, guys. Thanks for taking my call in regards to Donald Trump. Um, you know if it's not what you say, but how you say it with a guy like him, and I know a lot of people I can push hard. He's gonna push on your back off a little bit. You say it the right way to give you the world and and and and I don't always agree with that. Because you know who will see that you got to speak nicer, but But that's the way we should. We should all speak nicely to each other because you get so much further. When you say it nicely. It's not what you say. But how you say it or you wouldn't ask. Yeah, But the other thing Joe is, though, is that he has label people that don't support him as enemies and you know it's human scum, and so that it takes it to another level. And I think it's you know, it's I know that people who think he's great, he says it like it is. I mean, they're people who support him. It's people like me who are not supportive of him that keep on getting pushed away. By that kind of behaviour but also by his policies. He definitely could turn off a lot of people. There's no question about it. I I definitely agree with you in that in that respect, Juliet, Um you know how many times you say Look, I don't have to like you, but I just have to work with you. Um, He's my president. If I don't like him, I'm going to just vote against him in four years. Let the guy do his job. Good, bad or indifferent. And in four years we could vote the guy out or we could vote him in. Either way, but to try and throw obstacles that this guy constantly you, You're tripping him up and in return, it's actually tripping up us as a country. Which I don't know if that's good for us. You know, we're gonna met. Just think of us locally. Who always says nice things about him. Murphy in New Jersey, who always says nice things about him. Gavin Newsom. Who no longer says nice things about him. Cuomo, who never said nice things about him, de Blasio, and our needs are as great if not greater than theirs, So When it comes time to figure out a stimulus package because at some point, a stimulus package will be agreed upon. You know, I think the president sits there and says, Okay, no Sonia Mafia came Tio my golf course. There. He met with me. We had lunch. Okay, Cuomo. You know, I used to like the guy but, man, he's really sticking the shiv in me and that the blotch here you can forget about it. Yeah, And the whole point is, if we don't if we get defunded if we don't get federal funds Then we're going to have to his hope is that we're going to blame de Blasio and Cuomo for screwing everything up. You'd like to be ableto have politicians that can scrap with each other. And you know, ultimately that your country, your state is not going to be skewered because of the well, you don't fight You also like to believe in a heated presidential battle is this is where every vote counts. That okay away to take a New York, New Jersey, California I don't have a chance to win their so from a political point of view. You don't have that incentive. Obviously, this shouldn't be driven by politics. But you show me a politician who is in German politics. In fact, remember Superstorm Sandy Barack Obama knew how to respond that was neck and neck with Romney. And then all of a sudden there was Shamu. LF a Chris Christie with his fleece sweater on, and Obama embraced him. And Christy return. That was it for me. It was over. I remember that so well, anyway, Let's go if we can, to least those calling from Nutley welcome the Kurdish and Jets at Juliet, Lise. Hey, guys, You know there is another probability with these forest fires. There are a lot of pine trees this time of year that emits some sap, and it's like the copal stop. And if something does rub up against it, it is highly flammable. So it just might be mother Nature. 0 100%. I mean, I think it's a It's a combination of things. It's got to be. Yeah, it's global warming. It's climate change its lack of deforestation. It's Overbuilding. And have you ever gotten that shop on you? Yes, It's like it's like glue. It's crazy clue, right. Exactly. You wonder what the hell is it? Can't can't drink it can you can't use it for like you're you know, no good. I'm wondering if it's on your gets on your cars. That's the problem. The South Shore there much of pizza there and your double wide body trailer there. Ah, Brian Mongol Uchi. Did you ever have the sap you know from What was city of you know that. Ah, then that maple tree no pine trees, pine tree. A little pine struggle sometimes depends Where you park your The acorns are really fallen these days. Didn't car too. Right? Well, no, They're not denting my car, but they're just you know, you hear them knocking onto the roof and you think somebody's breaking in? My name is 1 808 for eight w A. B. C. Let's go to Joe's calling from Long Island. Welcome to Curtis and Jet said Julia Choose Hello. How are you? Listen, You stole my thunder with the combination of everything. But just before Juliet you said you mentioned Antifa..
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Again today I'm Joan Alma Traffic Talk radio 77 w A. B C. It's Tunnel, the Tower's Foundation 9 11 Special on 77 W. ABC. Lydia Serrano. I and with me now is for More New York City police chief at the time, Joseph Esposito. He is extremely decorated during his four decades in uniform. He basically held every job in the department. He was NYPD chief for 13 years, he oversaw the department during the tragedies of the 9 11 attacks Superstorm Sandy, and he's the on Ly, four star chief of NYPD and the highest that he was the highest ranking. Uniformed member of the department. Welcome It was really miraculously how everybody seems to come together after that tragedy. Yeah, everyone came together. I mean, not just the people in the city but people across this country, the people across this world we all came together. We all unified it. I think you know they had the terrorists had a victory for the day. But I think in the long run, it did more damage to them than it did Good. Yeah, it really was a monumental loss of this country. But the effects made us a stronger country of stronger and watched from the city on DH stronger in defending ourselves against terrorism Way Remember its tunnel, The Tower's foundation 9 11 special on 77 W A. B C..
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Lunch and dinner is gonna get Still some pretty heavy traffic in spots on the Garden State Parkway north exit 81 up to 91 the south side of the parkway after exit 63 forward 72 Stafford Township. There's a crash. The rating center lanes are blocked. It's in the process of being cleared and Route nine at Ocean G Turnpike in Berkeley Township. The jug handle is closed because of flooding in 70. We have flooding too, right around Union Avenue Lakers so expected lays there. 70 eighties found into the turnpike accident on the rim has been cleared away. Good news. They're leaving New Jersey at the G W Bridge. No waiting seem of the Lincoln Tunnel. At the Holland Tunnel. Keep in mind leaving New Jersey only answer closed. The tunnel is closed for Superstorm Sandy repairs as you leave New Jersey and the Ben Franklin well with the name Betsy Ross, all with speed restrictions because the weather conditions Traffic every 15 minutes. Next report to 33 from the Plymouth Rock Traffic desk. I'm Crispin on New Jersey. What a 1.5. This terrific sponsor is brought to you by Plymouth Rock Insurance this summer with weekend beach and get away traffic on the rise, But with rock assurance wants you to get home safe, stay focused. Cool and get there safely. You could save over $581 on your car concerns with Plymouth Rock solid 66 insurance. Today. Joe Henry Rain heavy in times high 78 84 right now 77 throughout the Great Garden state. A rock in this town straight are on your radio..
Strongest winds since Sandy could bring widespread outages
"Store store is is is raising raising raising raising up up up up the the the the coast coast coast coast with with with with nearly nearly nearly nearly two two two two million million million million customers customers customers customers out out out out of of of of power power power power from from from from the the the the Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas Carolinas on on on on up and bringing the strongest winds to New York City since Superstorm Sandy. Nearly seven years ago. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has More science introduces itself to New York City and surrounding suburbs with rain and wind. This may no longer be a coastal storm after it came ashore near the North Carolina South Carolina state line, But you can still feel it here at the beach. The storm has pushed inland and it's spawning tornadoes in and around New Jersey in New York, when Gus were clocked at LaGuardia Airport at 60 miles per hour
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the actual conditions in Hoboken and along the Hudson as of right now? Well, right now we do not have any rain at the moment, but we do expect the the storm. To hit the trusted area and Hoboken between the hours of 12 to 1 o'clock and hopefully The storm ending or passing through the region by about five or six o'clock. Can you remind people how bad it was in Hoboken from Sandy in 2012 and why Well, Yeah, I was here in Hoboken as resident after Superstorm Sandy, we had Ah Ah, you know almost one million gallons of order flowing through the north and Western Breach breach points of Hoboken. About 80% of the city was flooded and underwater. There was mass destruction toe public property. And it was really a wake up call for Hoboken, US being ah coastal community with low lying areas. Hoboken necessarily has to be on the cutting edge. Of looking at the impact of climate change and trying to address them in innovative ways, and we could do that ever since Superstorm Sandy What are some of those ways? Well, uh, the largest that's directly connected to Superstorm Standing. Brian is ah federal program called Legal by design. That is a $230 million funded project. Through the U. S Department of housing, nervous development that is really trying to break the cycle of rainfall or coastal flooding and then destruction and then Another events, more destruction, another event, more destruction to create. What's you know what's called a resilient city, the city that can withstand the impact of climate change whether its coastal flooding that was Superstorm sandy, or whether it is The the chronic rainfall that you'll see today here in Hoboken. So those elements of rebuild by design, you know, resist meaning resisting the coastal surge but also dealing with chronic flooding Delay store discharged with three other elements. These are all derived from the Dutch. We work with the Dutch team developed this project, which received this ah, quarter $1,000,000,000 in funding, it's meant to prevent both coastal flooding as well as chronic flooding. Chronic flooding is through are what we have innovatively created in the form of resiliency parks. And what of resiliency Park is is a way of using open space as a defense against flooding. Um, specifically, we have two parks online and stirred park that's under construction. Which integrates green infrastructure, permeable pavement, bio swales, rain gardens and underground water detention tanks. So that when the water comes in a heavy rain event like today, it doesn't stay above ground. It goes below the surface until it's treated and could be discharged into that river. So that that is, you know, when we came up with that concept in the Southwest hope in Hoboken about five years ago, it was Consider it a national model, and we're trying to replicate that as much as possible, most recently with the Northwest Resiliency Park, which is under construction. Which will be the largest result. Resiliency park in the country, which would stand to 1,000,000 gallons of rain were in a heavy rain. And so when you say park it's really a multi use thing right several public goods at the same time, one protecting from yes, damage from things that might be too close to the water in a storm surge, but also creating public space where people happened to be in Hoboken. Not long before. Covert hit, and you know, it's so nice down there on the waterfront along atleast parts of the city.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Possibility. I fear we'll check in with ABC news political analyst Alex Castellanos. But now let's get the news. Seven o'clock keeping you in the loop about where we are on what's next with the Corona virus. 7 10 W. O R Voice of New York and I heart radio stations. It is 71 degrees at seven o'clock and good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett. A state of emergency and affected New Jersey is hurricane now Tropical Storm s Ayaz. There's a path up the East Coast State offices are closed in New Jersey and drivers of being urged to stay off the roads here in the city. The big concern flooding in lower Manhattan was an area that got hit hard with flooding during Superstorm Sandy in the first times in Sandy, There are temporary flood barriers. Mayor De Blasio says There's nearly a mile long of sandbags and Tiger dams in place in the South Street Seaport area without the two feet of storm surge expected. This is the one area we're particularly concerned about, given the projections on Have the tools ready to address it. Meanwhile, the empty says outdoor trains will be halted if winds exceed 39 miles per hour forecast is calling for gusts of up to 60 miles per hour time, Scott Pringle, double the authorities. Tougher restrictions now in place in New Jersey because of a spike in Corona virus cases. Governor Murphy says knuckleheads were forcing himto limit indoor gatherings Now to just 25 people. In the past week, We saw numbers of cases That we had not seen in eight weeks. Our rate of transmission is now more than double where it was a few weeks ago. Everyone needs to get it together. Folks and fast crime getting worse. In the city shooting spiked 177% in July, murders were up nearly 60%. NYPD says it's going to move officers to the spots that have seen a surge in violence. Manhattan today. Cy Vance wants eight years of President Trump's personally corporate tax.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The inbound Holland Tunnel still closed for Superstorm Sandy repairs that should reopen at any moment. Our next traffic updates and 10 That's on 7 10 w o R. All right. Two minutes after five o'clock time for weather and looks like the stormy weathers over, so it's safer. Meteorologist raised Agent to come back from the Weather Channel. Good morning, right. Good morning, Joe. Yeah, uh, you know, done with bigger storms. I think they're gonna fire north today. As you know your Albany and to get around that kind of boundary going through there we do have a chance of See the shower Thunder store, but I don't think the rain chances are we're going to be all that great meeting nothing really widespread expected and looked at a radar the supporting already seeing a shower moving well away from us across coastal Connecticut. Moving in the Rhode Island, but that's about it in the only show in town to go through the day. Just isolated showers. Thunderstorms in the forecast. If you do look great on the afternoon, and you go up bit up around the valley, Joe radar light up pretty good. Those stones are probably weakened as they approach. But as I said, we're not completely out of the woods yet, but I don't think any bad storms at least none of the forecast here today as we make it up to about 85 degrees tomorrow, close to 90 Class in the morning. No mention of rain in the afternoon and plenty of sunshine. A little concern. Boat tomorrow night, as we get into Friday might have a heavy rain threat to deal with some of the little lying areas more proto flooding during some of these Thunderstorms and heavy rainfall could be impacted on Friday morning, keeping it so can I stay on that letter soldiers and heavy rainfall Friday Low eighties and it looks a little bit on settled over the weekend as showers. Thunderstorms will state of the forecast here. As our area. Full pressure. Joan Invest area from Hurricane Center with a chance of developing off the coast of the Carolinas tries to work north very slowly so we could see some impacts from that area of low pressure tropical or just a depression. At this point doesn't matter look like making some heavy rain on Friday, and with that low sticking around could keep us a little unsettled even into the upcoming weekend, so I'll come right back into what Joe? You said no thunderstorms, But yes, we might have some of that watch may be coming up the coast. All right. Well, I'm glad we're you've got we have you back there. Thanks. Right level. Fours are time right now and just mum, but we'll have more news..
A record-breaking year for ocean temperatures
"Want to talk a little bit more about the atmosphere now. Twenty nineteen looks like the second warmest year on record globally. So that means the last six years are the six warmest Thomas Son record globally. What are the odds of that Kim of being a natural climate variation zero? I'm pretty confident I didn't say zero We actually know so much about what's causing these record years. And of course the spate of record warm decades AIDS which have each broken the last decade right and I'm sure this decade will unfortunately fall right in line and so we know from the kind of work that I do in Taylor. Climate records how incredibly unusual the rates of current warming. Really are we also know from our best climate models of the physics of the the ocean and atmosphere system that greenhouse gases are the only culprit laughed To explain this spate of record warming. Let's take a phone UNCALL- now. Peter is in Saint Paul this morning with the question. Good Morning Peter. What's your question? I was at a citizens climate lobby conference and they had a speaker that studied ocean level rise and she said that they've had to redo their estimates and that They're estimated waited rise is going to be much more significant inundating cities in Thailand around the world and just a quick comment. I did a little title scuba diving. Decades ago and the thought of losing the corals is just it's heartbreaking. Yeah if you guys can talk about the estimates on the sea level rise yet terrific. Thank you so much Peter Jon. They have been tracking at the high end of projections. That's that's right And and I just just before I answer this I just want to reinforce what Kim said. Climate change isn't about just about polar bears and beautiful coral reefs. It's about about the impacts in this interconnected world and in few if they're listeners who don't necessarily care about corals or polar bears themselves they should care about about how impacts to those things affect us and Kim mentioned fisheries in humans ability to get food from the ocean. That's a huge concern. Learn how many people around the world rely on Ocean. Ecosystems to eat and so- insofar as climate change is affecting the base of the food food chain. That's a really really big concern now. Related to sea level rise estimates are well. I'll I'll give you my estimate I project that we're going to have about three feet AC- level rise by the year twenty one hundred now does that matter. Well one hundred and fifty million people around the world live within three feet of sea level rise in Bangladesh alone. You've got twenty million people so it absolutely is going to affect people around the world. Hundreds of millions of people. If you know folks in Miami you can ask them have floods is in Miami gotten worse and now parts. Miami are flooding and high tides. So we're seeing the effects of sea level rise today both in the developed World Ama- Developing -veloping world. It's going to have tremendous economic consequences everywhere. I mean what do you do with a city like Miami. You cannot build a wall around Miami because the rock rock is porous the water. Just come up through the rock. So this dealing with sea level rise Is going to be extremely expensive. Now now I use the the estimate of about three feet Kim May have a different estimate. But if you talk to climate scientists you know Here and there and at conferences. There there's a wide range of expectations but it looks like we're on the high end of what we had previously expected Kim. There's some recent work that's come out on that too. What's is your read on the latest sea level rise trends and projections well? It's it's really horrifying. I mean there's there's no way around it. This is the train that's is coming at us and it's coming at US extremely fast. It's going to be very hard to stop this train. given the Huge Inertia that is currently underway so a couple of points will rise that the public may not understand Part of that is that the ocean he content that we've just been talking about before is directly drucker related to sea level rise because the ocean expands when it warm and so in fact half of the historical Ceelo rise. We've seen to date is caused by Russian warming itself and that expansion term and the rest is caused by melting ice and going forward. We expect it continued ocean warming of course cause additional sea level rise as well as Polar ice sheet mouth which is the wildcard if you will really and so how. How much are the current estimates changing every single assessment that we do these estimates commits go up so sea levels going up but are the estimates for future fuel rise going up and so the last great assessment that we have is the national climate in assessment put together by thirteen federal agencies across the US government here in two thousand eighteen very recent and that sites one to four feet likely by twenty one hundred and up to ten feet possible by twenty one hundred so speaking of how we think about the problem feel rise getting out in front of ten feet of additional sea level rise over the next decades is horrifying to coastal communities across this country and of course around the world and so thinking about how he can help communities Grapple with this number and prepare is is something that I take very seriously in fact I co Alito project down on into that which is a very vulnerable part of our. US Co- fine. And this is a framework that delivers Sea Level Whole Sensor data back to decision makers like emergency planners and City government in partnership with those governmental agencies and Georgia Tech researchers. It's called smart sea level sensors and it's one of the ways frameworks. Were hoping help communities through this horrifying challenge that they face and that certain teeth and Kim I was just part of the Minnesota Climate Adaptation Conference this week here in the twin cities and there's a lot of good work going on and a lot of people who do realize the trends But John makes a good point too. There's only so much you can do in places like Miami where you've got trillions of dollars in real estate At impact right along the coast and I've talked to real estate agents in the Florida keys and they're already seeing impacts for those homes that are right on the ocean in the low lying areas. People are are buying inland and when the life of a thirty year mortgage is in jeopardy because of sea level rise. There's a lot of You know banks and ensures that are looking at that and saying. Hey there's big financial risk riskier so you know we're GonNa talk a little bit more in the next few minutes about what we can all do. And what needs to happen in terms of solutions But I'm curious John. We're already at one on degree Celsius warming. This is just the beginning. What happens when we reach two or three degrees Celsius man? That's a good question. And and that's actually where the scientists moving we were no longer really asking. The question is the earth warming and Y. We've answered that over and over and over and over over and over again and now the question is so what what do we do about it. And what are the implications if we do things versus versus ignoring the problem The economists say and I'm not an economist but a communist say it is cheaper to do something to reduce greenhouse gases than to adapt later like six to one or the the the investment on resilience is six to one absolutely and so if you are Someone who's concerned about finances as you would want to put money into mitigation in reducing our missions now but from a practical standpoint. We also have to adapt and we're seeing seeing that now. I mean we're seeing that in the farm fields of the United States. We're seeing that after superstorm sandy which was made worse by sea level rise. And we're seeing that throughout. Ah The world so we are trying to adapt to it. But it's going to be really expensive so so really. It's a double pronged approach. We need to reduce emissions rapidly dramatically. But we also need to adapt because the extreme weather we are just seeing now is just a tiny taste. What's to come as warming
New York City spends billions on flood protection
"In twenty twelve superstorm. Sandy wreaked havoc on New York. City's transportation system storm surge pushed a flood of seawater into vehicle tunnels rail yards very terminals and subway life. Hurricane Sandy. It was a big wake up call for the city that Suzanne de Roche. The city's deputy director of infrastructure and energy. She says after the storm subway tunnels and stations nations had to be pumped out electrical systems needed to be cleaned repaired and tested in some places. It took weeks to get up and running again as sees rise is and whether it gets more extreme. The risks from flooding only grow so New York is working to make its massive transportation system more resilient for looking at major major flood protection systems across the subway network the airports and articulate tunnels that go in and out of Manhattan for example. The city is installed huge. Flood Gates at the entrances of two tunnels. A steel floodwall will soon protect the coney island rail yard and the city's working on ways to seal off subway. Station entrances invents. It's a multibillion dollar effort Dorota says the next time a natural disaster hits New York expects to be better prepared
Hurricane Dorian: New York Sending Elite Rescue Team To Florida Ahead Of Storm
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo says emergency management team has already been dispatched to Florida in order to help out with hurricane Dorian's aftermath team slipping reports governor Cuomo says he's offer help to other states as well and with Dorian approaching the east coast it's likely several states will need assistance when the storm has finished its path the governor says he feels New York is one of the nation's leading oversee management divisions largely based on the threat of terrorism but also due to growing concerns when it comes to climate change he notes extreme flooding upstate in the wake Ontario region and what he calls bizarre hail storms also upstate which knocked out power for tens of thousands it's been nearly eight years since superstorm sandy governor Cuomo saying it's just a matter of time until a major storm like that
How to make insurance affordable under climate change
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America as one of the largest global financial institutions Bank of America is in a unique position to help society. Transition to a low-carbon economy Bank of America NA member FDIC. A big insurance company says climate change could make insurance unaffordable for many. I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul Kutner. This is climate cast. Munich Re it's the world's largest reinsurance firm. And a recent report warns climate change could make insurance coverage unaffordable for ordinary people Munich relaxed twenty four billion dollars from last year's California wildfires they say climate change had a significant contribution and ensure Lloyd's of London found climate change and warmer oceans caused a thirty percent increase in storm surge damage from superstorm sandy back in twenty twelve. Amy Bach is executive director with policyholder research and advocacy group United policyholders, I agree that the only thing they can do is raise rates they can invest in helping people mitigate that is probably one of the most important things that insurance companies should be doing. And that means sharing the science that insurance companies already have access to about steps that people can take to make it less likely that their property is going to be damaged or destroyed in. Natural disaster. So we've done that with flood we've done it with hurricane. Of course. It's still a work in progress. But we're on the road there with wildfire. We are just at the very early stages of thinking. Okay. What else can we do? And so certainly I understand insurance companies saying, well, we have to charge more. But what we want them to pair that with is an we're going to be investing in mitigation support for customers. So if these current trends continue or even accelerate is it possible that these climate losses could make insurance on affordable for a growing number of people. Well, only if insurance companies behavior responsibly if insurance companies behave responsibly, they will recognize that they are in the business of insurance, and that everything is insurable for price. And the question is what price and how much insurance, and I think it is very possible much like the federal flood insurance program which got created in the sixties when the private. Insurance industry decided they didn't want to cover that risk anymore. The most you can ensure your home for from the flood program is two hundred fifty thousand dollars. So that is not full insurance. But it's better than nothing. And I think I'm sorry to say, but we're probably gonna head in that direction of people will have insurance, but it won't be a full protection. Like they have today. You know, I'm certainly hoping that the private sector is gonna step up in do what they're good. They're going to predict risks of in a price and they're going to serve as fairly. But it, you know, signs are pointing to some reluctance on the part of the insurance industry to stay in the game of insuring homes in the United States at an affordable rate. AB Bach executive director with United policyholders. Thanks so much for your insight today on climate, Kathy. Welcome. My name is Sam Potter. I have a PHD an atmospheric sciences, and I give talks around Minnesota mostly focused on the metro region on climate change. And I'm currently living in the far distant north metro in Cambridge Minnesota. I slipped. My talk into three parts in the first part, the global view of climate change. How fast people have been adding CO do the atmosphere and all the different components that have been warming up the ocean? The melting ice the fine permafrost in any of the warming atmosphere in the second part of my talk try to make it as local as I can to Minnesota just talk about all the ways that Minnesota's climate is going to change. What's unique to Minnesota? Maybe what's applicable to the rest of the world. And then in the final part of my talk. No, I say it's going to be bad. But we can still do a lot to stop it. The place where I've ended my talks on the last few times is kind of a slide where I say, this is where the science, and and I'm hoping that people will take that home and say, this is what I need to ask of community leaders. This is what I need to ask of politicians. This is what I need to ask of policymakers. I need these values to be instilled within government because me acting on my own is not gonna be enough. I want people to understand that. There are lots of really good things that person by themselves can do. But this is a collective problem with collective solutions. That's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"My solution. So Uber lived, you know, all that that's going to maybe look into that more. It's cheaper easier to get her app. Superstorm sandy left a subway tunnel badly needed for pairs, which will be completed on nights and weekends through some time in twenty twenty police say Yonkers teenager who was hit and killed by a stray bullet on Thursday night was just an innocent bystander, friends and family gathered last night to remember eighteen year old Maryland KADO, Montana's who had dreams of one day becoming a surgeon. Ripped from us. It's about six thirty Thursday night when the high school junior shot in the head near Morningside and lake avenues as she was walking with her nine year old sister who was not hurt. Police say they buy dented people of interest and the case NYPD cops searching for a man who stole a phone out of the hands of a five year old in queens last Friday Cup say the boy walking with his grandmother on one hundred sixteenth street and flushing holding her phone when the mugger ram passed and just grabbed it former vice president Joe Biden says he will not apologize directly to the women who have accused him of inappropriate touching. I'm sorry this happened. But I'm not sorry in the sense that I think I did anything that was intentionally designed to do anything wrong or being appropriate. It was inappropriate that I didn't understand wwl war sports Yankees in San Francisco this afternoon to take on the giants Mets host the brewers tonight at city field. I wonder is down one game to nothing in their best to seven Stanley Cup playoff series with Carolina game two at the Barclay center. Tomorrow..
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The community is still mourning the loss of their beloved principal. Doctor Derrick Nelson who died Sunday after donated bone marrow. Members of the student government in the high school chorus paid tribute to his life, and especially his time as an officer in the US army reserve due to these actions. Dr Nelson is a true hero not only within the west of community. But also within his country speakers remarked about how the forty four year old Nelson. United the school. A funeral will be held for Nelson on Tuesday in Scotch Plains. What a game what a game for the islanders at Nassau Coliseum. They defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins. Four three in overtime. Thanks to a Josh Bailey goal in the extra session. He scored four thirty nine into overtime islanders. Take a one zip lead in the Eastern Conference first round Stanley Cup playoff series game too. To against Pittsburgh is on Long Island Friday night. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is slamming attorney general Bill bar over his comments about the FBI spying on the Trump campaign. She also said she and other top Democrats are concerned by all the departures in the Trump administration and leading in disgrace with dismay, but it's all damaging to our country, the California Democrat was speaking at an event in Leesburg Virginia after bar testified before Senate committee bar said he believes there was spying. But he admitted he has no proof. He said he is investigating to ensure no one in government abuse their power there will be challenges for L train commuters. That's the message from MTA managing director, Ronnie Keam as construction is due to start repair the L train tunnel from damage from superstorm, sandy. That's why we have done the homework.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Warming, boss. Yes. So. Use the global sea level rises, very clear. It's it's happening, and we're already experiencing increased risk. From storm surge flooding, for example, the flooding during superstorm sandy was about twice as likely with the rise the top. And then if there had not been sea level rise. So just elevating the floor on which that storm surges occurring has has already increase the risk of flooding during landfall storm. So we're already living with the impacts of sea level rise. Not to mention the sunny day, flooding and managed retreat. That's already happening. And most of what we've experienced so far has been thermal expansion from from the ocean water getting warmer, and now we're rendering into a regime where the loss of land ICES really contributing to to further sea level rise. So there's a lot of potential sea level rise. That's locked on land or has been locked on land in the form of these large ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. And I think what's been consistently clear certainly over the last decade is that as we as we in the scientific community. And I do not study. That's totally Royal we. The people who are studying ice sheets continue to study them. In learn more that increase understanding continues to push. The likelihood of rapid loss of land ice higher. Probabilities are getting higher the more that the more that we understand about those process season. We're certainly conducting a global experiment for which we don't have any. Previous example to look back on we can look at paleo climate periods. Where? There's been warmer. There's been less ice on land. Or in some cases, no ice on land. Sea levels sea levels was.
"superstorm sandy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The electron IX maker showed off the new galaxy fold the pocket-size phone opens like a book to create a seven point three inch touchscreen that can run multiple apps, but consumers will have to shell out nearly two thousand dollars to get their hands on the galaxy fold when it's released on April twenty six NBC's, Liz, McLaughlin, the device allows you the ability to execute some tasks without having to unfold the screen to its maximum size. Samsung also unveiled new smartwatch is a line of galaxy ten phones, and they're smart speaker called galaxy h-. Home. Well, the news is not good for many in paradise. Who were hoping more businesses would be opening up or returning after the deadly campfire only a third of the businesses have returned to paradise after the campfire Monica Nolan. The executive director of the paradise chamber of commerce says the only businesses that are returning have a large corporate backing save mart. Rite Aid CVS Walgreens and can afford to keep their staff employed, which is a huge boon to the economy, and also perhaps not make a huge profit initially Nolan says she doesn't know what this means for the hundreds of mom and pop stores that were an integral part of paradise. She says it's pretty obvious that paradise will look a lot different in the future. Mike pocket. Newsradio kathy. PK? New York City is agreeing to pay over five million dollars to the feds for fraudulently obtaining, FEMA funds from superstorm sandy now, the Manhattan US attorney is announcing a settlement with the city following. Lawsuit against the department of transportation for seeking reimbursement from FEMA for vehicles that were not damaged by sandy. Prosecutors claim more than one hundred city vehicles on the list were not working long before the two thousand twelve storm and the city made no effort to inspect its cars. Boaty mcboatface is about to embark on a journey to measure climate change longest underwater journey yet for a robot probe the British autonomous underwater vehicle. Maybe better known for its name than its research. The British public got to pick the name and in two thousand sixteen nationwide poll despite the less than regal name the research. This fall will be quite serious Bodey will travel the length of the Arctic Ocean to measure the impact of climate change on ocean. Currents and sea ice, the probe will specifically look at eroding glaciers that could impact sea levels and also impact coastal communities. Did you see this Nike says it's investigating after Duke star Zion? Williamson blew out his shoe and injured his knee in last night's lost in North Carolina. Williamson went down less than a minute into the game, which the tar heels one eight eight to seventy two Williamson was driving across. At the top of the key when the shoe Sola gave out and he crumpled to the floor the blue devils. Coach says six foot seven two hundred eighty five pound. Freshman has a mild knee sprain. Not a good look for Nike. Okay. Five twenty six now at NewsRadio K K. I'm Christina Madonna along with Dan Mitchelson. Let's get a check of traffic troublespot now with Brian noble, right, man. Don't have any on our freeways around Sacramento at the limit. No matter which way, you're coming into town..
New York City settles U.S. claims over Superstorm Sandy
"Kathy. PK? New York City is agreeing to pay over five million dollars to the feds for fraudulently obtaining, FEMA funds from superstorm sandy now, the Manhattan US attorney is announcing a settlement with the city following. Lawsuit against the department of transportation for seeking reimbursement from FEMA for vehicles that were not damaged by sandy. Prosecutors claim more than one hundred city vehicles on the list were not working long before the two thousand twelve storm and the city made no effort to
New York City settles U.S. claims over Superstorm Sandy
"Nathan New York City has reached a proposed five point three million dollar settlement with FEMA over allegedly fraudulent superstorm sandy claims. The federal government had accused the city of receiving millions in FEMA payments for damage to department of transportation vehicles that pre dated superstorm sandy. The settlement would end allegations. That the city violated the federal
CNN says package received in Atlanta "similar" to other pipe bombs
"Be deployed to the southern border. It's the sixth anniversary of superstorm, sandy. And protesters in midtown. Want more done to combat climate change? Well, dozens here are demanding the Trump administration get rid of fossil fuel infrastructure and rejoined the Paris climate agreement build the infrastructure of the future that will power us without polluting and poisoning our communities saying superstorm, sandy is a result of climate change. We're dealing with the impacts already. Protesters also directing their anger toward governor Cuomo.
Senator Bob Menendez, Donald Trump and New Jersey discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"That gubernatorial debate was getting started in Florida last night Senator Bob Menendez and his Republican opponent former pharmaceutical executive Bob Hubin, they were walking into a television studio in Newark, New Jersey for debate of their own getting into the studio required walking a gauntlet of protesters who are waving competing signs and chanting, competing slogans. Herb Jackson was watching all this from his perch down in DC when I called him up this morning. He talked to us from a phone in his newsrooms podcast closet. Jackson. How is it in there? It's closed. Not too many dust bunnies. I hope. No, no. I asked her to start off by telling me what Menendez was accused of doing wrong in the first place just quickly lay out for me. What was the scope of this Menendez was charged with bribery and other corruption basically, mail fraud and denying honest services, it's called, and then he was also charged with filing a false disclosure form. He was accused of receiving more than seven hundred thousand campaign contributions from his co defendant, a Florida is doctor named Salomon melgren along with luxury travel on Meghan private plane staying at Milkins hiaasen, a resort and the Dominican Republic also staying at a hotel Dominican Republic and Melbourne actually wants put them put Menendez up at a sweet in Paris using Milligan's American Express point. Is there any doubt that he did all this? Is there any doubt that Menendez received these items? No, it's not disputing that that he sees these items of there was. No evidence, presented of the quid pro quo that the the corrupt bargain, the government wanted you to believe that Nelson would give something Menendez would do something. But it didn't have a recording or confidential informant or anything like that. There is a dispute over what the actions meant. In were the government says Menendez was trying to pressure the bomb administration to ease up on Melbourne on on a Medicare billing issue. Melbourne was alternately convicted in a separate trial of sixty seven counts as Medicare fraud and his actually in prison right now. So this case happens the jury. Man into court hit. There was an eleven week trial. And the jury hung most of the jurors said they were going to quit. The question was after the hung jury with the government retry Menendez on the same charges. The judge came in a month and a half later told the Justice department you never prove that these were bribes and acquitted Menendez on that. So then a week later the Justice department, they dropped the case. And that's it all legal jeopardy has gone Menendez is off the hook legally. But politically he's still in a jam. Yes. He is still trying to restore his support with the public in New Jersey. And the polls have shown that even though majority say they will vote for him narrow majority fifty one fifty two some polls fifty four percent, a larger majority disapprove of him and people I know who are. Longtime Democrats say I guess I got to vote for him. But I don't want to they feel. He doesn't deserve another term because he kind of got caught doing something. They're not sure what there are other people who feel that the, you know, he was unfairly targeted, and and there was one poll that sort of found a lot of support for the idea that he was only doing what they all do and he was singled out for it. So tell me a little bit about the Republican who came out to oppose Menendez. Bob Hubin had been the CEO and chairman of pharmaceutical company called cell, gene Corp, I've learned more about them than I ever do before they made cancer drugs. He was a Trump delegate in twenty sixteen in the Republican convention. He was a big backer of Chris Christie's presidential campaign. And then when Chris Christie Governor Chris Christie signed on and endorsed Trump. Hugo was also the New Jersey finance chairman for Trump for president. So he helped raise money for Trump's presidential campaign and contributed. He got into the race. He says because he thought New Jersey deserve better. And he didn't think Menendez should just be able to coast against some Republican who wasn't going to be able to raise enough money to compete and last night, the two guys Bob Hugenin Bob Menendez came together to debate, right? Their only debate and the campaign, puke and said, you're lying to me about what my drug company did Menendez says you're lying to me about what the government did. And what I did end is is to try and make this a debate about Donald Trump. That's because he doesn't wanna talk about anything about his record of corruption and failure. He will be another vote for Donald Trump. I will stand up to Donald Trump you said corruption and Menendez said Trump, and that's where the race stands. You know, I'm wondering looking at this race. I saw this statistic from five thirty eight and it said that usually corruption isn't a problem for representatives as long as they're in a partisan safe district. Like, if they're a democrat in a blue district or a Republican in a red district and looking at this Menendez situation, it just struck me that maybe in any other year, we would expect Menendez to actually win it. Actually, I think it's the other way. I mean, I think he would be a lot more trouble in a year that wasn't like this because this like of Trump in New Jersey is so high that what we thought were reliably red congressional districts are probably going to wing democratic or at least narrowly reelected Republican. That's the climate. He's running in if he weren't. Being in that climate. I think he'd be in a whole lot more trouble. The thing is though that Menendez has has built a long career of, you know, appealing to the powerbases New Jersey the environmentalists love him for you know, his opposition to offshore drilling. And you know, the unions like him because he supports, you know, their issues, especially prevailing wage and things like that. He becomes the champion of different groups, this group of people who really still finding on their superstorm sandy claims who rallied in his support after he was indicted, saying, you know, we need to save Bob Menendez because he went up at fought with FEMA over people claims people people were filing on their flood insurance and
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Tonight's is officially set because this Ursula more is in the building. Devin. Moore's also in the building. Resenting race to speak up. We'll talk with Devon and everyone's shortly. Goodson see something your faces and yes, when we say we follow up with people and see how they're doing and get a recap and all the above. We do actually do it shout out to our engineer Brian graves. Big shot to w. r. a. q. ninety two seven FM that's upstate New York. W e b twelve forty AM Long Island, right? They shot to our friends at twelve forty AM ninety five nine. I don't know about you. Rich has been a couple of weeks since we've been back. Whole bunch of things have happened. We what we won't be talking about tonight and this is the best part of the show what we will talk about what we talk about. We won't talk about Brad Kavanagh. I'll good. We won't talk about the forest that went on with the White House in regards to Puerto Rico and the number eight, six eighteen sixty four or twenty nine seventy five, which if he round up his three thousand lives that were lost with hurricane, Maria, we won't be talking about that. Okay, that's it. No more conversation because I think he just did talk about it. Trouble storm for its water. I mean, it, you know, it's a good thing that of course it has been down. It was downgraded pretty quickly as soon as he got on the land went, you know, from four to three, three to category one to tropical storm. However, that does not mean it will not be as much rain that in this case, that's where the dangerous flooding everywhere. Fortunately, the winds course of subsided greatly, but was what's the last number twenty five thirty inches of rain, something like that. And some areas over the course of three days. You know, our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those down in the Carolinas area, Virginia area being affected by the storm being affected by the floods. You know if you were in an area and the national guard of the local law enforcement or the army, or whoever came through and said, you need to leave, you need to leave. They don't come through and ask you to do that just because they want you to abandon your house. It. As your life is in danger and it's a last resort pack up, get out. You know, at least last, I heard at least the the number of lives lost was. But for the last I heard with the, you can expect that, of course of changed. The town that was trending on social media was Newburgh. Where two hundred residents were rescued while and they were in the digital hundred fifty that will waning. I mean, I don't want to believe this and I don't want to sound like you know upbeat, but basically what you said. If someone is telling you if someone from whether it's federal government, one, four, spent all someone in an authoritative leadership position that was appointed or elected by the people by you. To leave or to evacuate. You have to do that. I can. I would, you know, fortunately having never been in that position. Either, but rich come on. Yeah, you can understand when they come by, especially, you know, you listen to the interviews on TV and just about every person who decided to stay set, says the same exact thing. All we wrote out the last two, three, four, five, whatever the number is. It wasn't that bad. We're going to try to ride out this one. Even though they're being told this is gonna be in a little different. It's, you know, don't look just the storm winds. Look at the rain. It's coming. It's high tide, you know, it's a confluence of bad news coming at the same time. And I mean it sure. How easy would it be for you? It would take just about everything for either your all right. I'm going to abandon my house now. Right? You can understand that, but, but like you were saying, I get it too, but are we major flood? So no, we at least I'm not right. So you take you have to take certain things into consideration. You really do. And I know we sound like the Monday morning quarterbacks here. Or maybe we don't sound like the people on Cable News Network that that we want to sound like that. But if someone is telling you. You gotta leave, you gotta go right now. Granted their issues when they're either there's a medical issue, right? Or you know. You can capable of making the trip there. There were reasons why you can't go, but if you sit and they had to say, you know, I am going to ride it out and then you're calling on the first responders and you're talking about, I'm on the second floor in the attic and the new order on the first floor for and is now in the second floor night come on man. You're not only putting your life in danger, but what about this first responders? Right. And the other people who also do need rescuing right may may be there because they absolutely could not get out. Right. We've all in terribly save again. Like you're saying, we don't want to sound harsh. We don't want to sound insensitive. Genetics definitely care about all those down there. But yeah, I on the same. Same thought pattern is you if you've been told to do it, do it. So tell me this much if you're in a situation like that hypothet- hypothetical, you're not rich. I'm not me. Okay. We're not a. Not a Long Island. Okay. We're somewhere in the deep south. We're somewhere where the tide is high. Okay. Okay, we live somewhere in Wilmington. We live somewhere near the beach. In someone knocks on your door, the badge, you know someone like I said, authority figure not saying though with the badge and gives you a life vest. Right? And gives you. A permanent magic marker. Right? And what do they tell me when the hand me this life vest in permanent magic marker and write your social on your arm or somewhere on your body and give us your next kin so that we can identify you right. After the fact. So if it doesn't, if you don't heed that warning. In this something wrong. I'm not gonna say you're wrong. Like I said, I know. By myself. I disagreed with you. I just, you know, I, you know, it's gotta be hard when that situation comes, but you're right when they're doing that, your life is being threatened. Right? And the story they're trying to wake you up. Right? Is your wakeup call, right? This is no different than when at the the former governor, Christie said, when sandy. Get Saturday off the beach. You know, don't work when you're paying right now. Right? Right now, granted for two or three hurricanes later, he was onto the. He was on the beach. Another here. No, there folks. When you hear these types of emergency situations, we hope that you're prepared. We hope that there's some type of emergency preparedness or response that you have within, you know, with your each. I guess within each of your families, you preparation is the key like like you're saying, especially if you live in. So I mean, well, I'm gonna take that back. Partially everyone should have at preparation plan. Yes, of some sort. You know, even if it's just a matter of, okay, if something goes wrong and the members of the family art together, create a plan in a location where you're going to all congregate in SEM as possible, especially if you live in certain areas where you know floods hurricanes in tornado alley, then sure you wouldn't have even more you and have a bag of things. Where do you go? You want to have something, you know, credit cards and items in ziplock bag that, yes, some cash in the bag, clothing. Some parasol nonperishable foods, you know, simple things. It doesn't have to be a, you know, a huge duffle bag livings or something that can get you and your family through for two days. But it's so funny because we've had the set of experts on here before. We have, but you sit back and say, do you have a couple of cases of water, right at home, right. Just in case, right. I mean, not the water that you you. You know, when you walking out to go to work again and you pull out, you know to take one yourself, but something that you have on the side prepares just in case just in case, I hope we've scared you enough. Shouldn't be scared. You know this, my hope we educated you enough again, we're probably a little more sensitive to these things. You know, nine eleven was you know, seventeen years ago, right? And granted, the damage in initial impact was localized to downtown Manhattan. However, the entire region, the entire country was in a state of a look at this. What do I do what's going on? What if and so with like, you know what I'm saying up here, we're a little more sensitive to these taking little Little wasn't wasn't usually usually. superstorm sandy. There's been instances where hurricane Irene, the year prior blackouts blackouts that you have to be prepared for this type of stuff. So as we segue segue, this is late night parents with rich and Ted this ways the follow the show is late night, parents dot com. Wait, you will find the latest blogs. You can find a Twitter and Facebook feeds, but you can find an archive of podcast in the studio. We have in person in person. Devin moore. Named might ring a bell to you. It might not. We'll refresh you in his supermom. Ursula more big shot. The Willmore will how you doing. Much love. So the last time we were in the in this studio together, just a brief recap. We will go through a story where we were discussing cyberbullying overall bullying, just a situation that went from bad to worse. And we talked about some of the perils of. Being online. it. online. it. Before we close out the segment tell especially in contact with you on social media. You could directly message me on my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, which are. My Instagram spree to speak up all lower case. My Facebook is racist, speak up, which is with each word as capital case. And my Twitter is has up. Definitely. We want to let you know late night parents does support race to speak up and we'll be in touch with you. I don't have to tell you to, you know. Don't be a stranger. You know, you know where we are, and definitely we want to stay in touch with you and find out how you know your progress is going with this initiative. So as I said before, you should be commended and. Thank you so much food for joining us today. Thank you for having you good to see you and mom continue doing what you're doing. We know you're there. You've got this young man's back here. It's it's really important. I just want to say this We is talked really important about that you also. know, you have a mom, and you have a dad I guess the effects that fully of when you were bullied, by your side but and we supportive spoke with of. the mom. We spoke with the family So that there's was going to going be times to just not and sit I know there I'm and gonna take sound it, a little preachy then we're gonna because push back. you know Right. we both had kids. And that's the most important thing you can sit There's there and times you can take when it and mom and you dad could is say, gonna tell oh, you well, something and what you was don't needed? wanna listen This is to what them. happened. All I I don't wanna know, do but x. y. the person z. to the left of me take step and the person to step to back the right to a deep of you breath. said, Think no, about times like this we're not gonna do it. when mom We're not and dad just going to are be the victims. supporting for We're these not different just going to initiatives go down and that long line and of, oh, not just this just is what happened. just the good times And. also think about the times That's that that because we're I troublesome think the one big question that you said, you know what? and Mom, I think we had this dad, discussion I got to speak in to pre you about pro. XYZ. With which discussion Are there was this for you? inquiry They're pro and pre pro like I said, we they're going discussed to be your biggest fans. when They're I was going speaking to be the ones with with the poms Ursula and and in will totally on the phone. supportive of, you know, It said just the he thing in was person financially, spiritually, what have you done? moldy Since above. that So point? make sure you You know, do we understand everything that you that need to do and listen to your parents. there was a lawsuit, Okay. that was that was happening. All right. 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Good We back. came back Welcome back. and Welcome built back. lives So the question as time is, went on, since we faced the situation new challenges when you and were found with support us before, the handle. I want what to had you done? talk to my doctor and started I doing mean, groups we see that you're thought in good of doing spirits, one on one and we're counseling happy about that. at make the connection dot net. You can hear And our as stories we've always and find said tools you, we said and services to you last available time to you. if you ever needed to use the station Our daughter might or be drinking use or taking this show something is else vehicle can't talk with to her about it. push She keeps out whatever everything message secret, that you have but when I pretend everything. a, our Airways, your airwaves. So tell us All right, what have you and done since we last are time we've back. spoken, I created hashtag racist, It was good speak to have up my organization guess which helps Ursula young people and from different races excuse me, speak Ursula up about and their Devon bullying Moore with and hate us experiences. from race to speak I up. want to educate and power the Good youth to see him doing about well. Good. See him really how doing well. bad That is good to see. not You know, speaking it's like up about we always, like I said, your we always blowing, say that a, people, hey stances let's as let's well catch as the. up Winging and it let's self. talk. Let's see No, how bullying people yourself are doing will get worse if some you don't of speak the people who up do catch back up with it. somebody. Well, We don't catch in my back case, up with. I it think lets me being they paranoid will be I really a didn't even a want mainstay to go to school. here. I think so too, and And that's a when good I thing was in when school, you know I always thought young that man, they were yes, going to do something yes, yes, really, really crazy. happy about that. We'll crazier to Wanna me switch gears and for a second I was and say, rich. anxious. I don't know I also if you suffered got to see my it first this seizure. week. Did Which you see led me the to. apple town I hall ended up in the hospital with the latest gadgets and. and all the above underwhelming Besides over well, overwhelming all of that or that could happen Matt? to you because of bullying. Well, I did not You could sit also in view that the could entire also lead presentation. you to soup I to just being caught even up on some a suicidal of the very quick if it gets updates to that point, which surrounding no one should be, you shouldn't iphone have to releases. go through bullying in Hake, which is why I'll just go with I want to help man. young people with that. I really. I mean, it's okay for Well, men. actually, What are we also, at now? if Thirteen any hundred. of you out there Yeah, have no, anyone I gotta tell you who has been for bullied, a phone before please the show contact started. me on my social media's So we're at the point my now where. Twitter is price tag I'm versus going speak to turn up on by the Instagram phone is racist, for speak Nivo. up, and Oh, so it was Lord, my Facebook. gonna turn on the phone, but let me tell Okay. you Perfect. my daughter had Great. So this great idea how long ago dead. did you set Give up him your my phone your social media and let me accounts? get Have enough. you They have? give him Have you mockery had the opportunity aid, to get feedback iphone yet ten or or have any iphone going act, hasn't even started and subscribing let me to get you the and started iphone some conversations. x. max she just went I all started the way they my went all the way there. in And I my account so quickly my social turned media her accounts around a few months ago. and was just like what And since then some I people said. have been Do me contacting a favor. me I said she dominated said what about I now. said, leave their my room bullying, right now. hate experiences in what has happened in their experience experiences. The schools that would do nothing or try to cover it up. And I've been trying to do whatever I could whatever I can do to help them, but it's still hard for them. Of course. Yes. And also my goals are to. Of course, speak up at schools and I want to implement a class and to each school in the United States or even more than just the United States about bullying. Kate on want people to take a mandatory class about bullying in, hey, where you could in the class, you could set up little skiffs to show the whole school about bullying, hey, can do. And also examples pulling in hate. So you know what you what is going on and what you can do. Want to jump in here Devon and say, I thought he should be commended for not only the situation you had to go through, but the the forward steps that you take in your family's taken in the support that you received in from from your mom and dad. I would say explanation number one. When you do give that class, most people don't even realize, well, I would say most younger people might not even realize that if there they may think like they're talking hot or cracking a joke on someone or something like that. That's bullying that cyberbullying right there in the nut show. People people don't realize because I, it was funny. I think this is about maybe four years ago I did. I worked with a youth group and we were discussing cyber movie. And I and I've gone through story before where I had. I told everyone to pull out their cell phones and most of the kids that were there and they range from, I would say about eight to eighteen eighteen nineteen. Okay. And most of most of the kids pull that cell phones, I don't know if they will all working or not, or I don't know, but they actually had a cell phone in their hand, and I said to them, have you ever said anything mean online to any of your friends? And they said, I said, I said, you know, no one's in trouble regime because it was. It was a session. I did just with the youth and most of them I would say two thirds of racer saying, hey, I said something, but it was funny, and I said, you know, hey, it's funny to you and people that's like the first step. So I think it's key in what you're doing is you're educating us and what does. Say what not to say. I mean, I'm most most of the times when someone says something disparaging, then yes, they understand that that's considered, you know cyberbullying. But if they think if they're being funny and or if you've been at a situation where someone will say something and then you start to pile on. You know, you're adding to that badges. We talked before about, you know, knows believe it. Zero tolerance bullying program. I will tell you this much. I like the fact that you starting to lay the groundwork and this is something where I will tell you take your time with it. Don't be discouraged, keep pressing through. You will get, you will get speaking engagements. And it doesn't have to be a warmer, five hundred people, right? Ten people, right. And as long as you reach out Ingles I think the songs you can connect with at least one or two people, the us nature Mark, you made your Mark and you take it from there and you continue to speak out about it. Because it's it's, your story was powerful, but I like the fact that you were us taking the additional steps so you gotta keep pressing on and. There's going to be a few hiccups. You know, there's going to be a few bumps in the road. Don't let that stop you. He pressing on for Reese to speak up. We definitely support you here. Thank you. Before we close this out Ritchie, have any questions or anything? No, all I would just and a little bit to something. You just mentioned that you know, just because that bullying is really from the perspective of the recipient as you will know when someone is sitting there saying making a joke and it's like said, oh, I didn't mean anything by at those funny. And meanwhile, you're really, really hurting someone's feelings. You know, this isn't just about now while you're young in school ten naked, tell you both. We have to on an annual basis, recertify resigned documents for employer, it says we have to, we attend to a mandatory mandatory anti harassment, sexual harassment training district, Eric harassment trainings. These are all things which you know in school you call the bullying. It's called harassment a real life and you do suffer much much more serious consequences. So this is you know your your experience. And now you're teaching others chewing on this. What when you get older in real life, you know what? What the value of learning what is harassment was not an how to interact with people. So he going on what you're doing there. I think it's good in a very good. They decided to go public with it and what you have your turning it into a positive and trying to both assist others in dealing with it. And at the same time you're teaching those who may have been the perpetrators of the harassment that what they're doing is actually. Wrong to make possible. But that'll be interesting. We'll see what the FCC what the timeframe is on that. You know they saying this is going to happen within the next year or is this something that's gonna happen? Ten years from now, and they could signings person up. It's SpaceX. Could be next week could be this week. It could have already had it was right, right. The person's already in earth orbit, the Allegra riot push him out now, right? Yeah. Hippie. I mean, you wanna talk about a money maker. You wanna talk about elitist. That's for the elitist. Yes. Now sitting here with my iphone, taking pitchers orbiting around the moon. Did they mentioned anything about cost or all this homes out? I think all this is going to come out tomorrow. I'll be listening for that. This is gonna come out tomorrow. Eight o'clock Pacific time. It's gonna come at all. Big, boxing guy, not the boxing guy. Did you catch the fight last thing. I, I haven't trying to avoid anything. Of course it should be what HBO next week. So was gonna show it next week? I'm trying to hold out. I don't know. I made it through the day. I will tell you this, but I ate was a great five of the fight. Okay, great. Ray fight, a great fight. I fight. Yes, it dwarf the all right. So then what you you might be able to, you might give me this on the air right now that if it was a great fight and it wasn't a close fight, it was a close fight. And having seen that fight, do you debate the outcome? I do not debate the outcome. The outcome being debated at all nearly all right somebody it's not because it was such a good fight that it could go either way. Right. You know, I, the person that I thought was going to win. Right? Did not win. Okay. Central g one and I think you can. You can tell me I'm. were Say, don't tell this is a spoiler free show for, I'm sure it'll it'll speak out happened or ready. Yes. When I when I favor it, male person comes through. I'm Shelby finding out then. Totally. Totally. And I'm okay with it through though. I'm okay with it was really, really knowing. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, this is one of those fights where you sitting there, you just like, okay, that round could go to either person. And there were a couple of rounds like that. Right. Okay, worth. I mean fighters always, you know, have the center of the something that went. It doesn't go their way, but are the five do both of the fighters seem to acknowledge the decision? Yeah, it's totally sets up a third five that okay. We don't. We like there was no stench. Right. Okay. There was there was somewhat of a stench after the first for guess there was and you're sitting there, you like, how did that? How did that happen? Right, right. After this one, you just like, because I, I will tell you this much. I don't know anything about being a referee or judge, right? I scored at one fourteen one fourteen they had at one fifteen one. Thirteen. Okay. That's one round. There's one round. I had. I totally. I said, if this thing is a draw, I said, see it. I could see it. Right. Okay. I could see it was. I was let him in there. I was like listening to how Letterman and his it was. This wasn't an HBO thing. This was no, it was HBO thing was mex-. Caliban is coming. Okay. I like him. So. I mean, that was interesting. That was interesting. The only other thing is it will say. Is. I think the, I think you and I talked about it, but during the week. I think he was in the sea is I know so Long Island. Okay. Long. Island town, crack pike in the Sheen's. Yes. And it was actually multiple towns I find was going on here. I, I read that article because I was like, all right, this what number one, what town is this town? Is this. Right? It was a little farther east in some towns that have a reputation already for having drug and substance abuse issues. So the vending machines themselves will some of them were. I remember at least three of them that they've found the might have been more whatever, but three being mentioned of the three least two of them were placed in public space. Were, you know, nothing should have been posted at all, and one of his own some private space where at least immediately after the reporting of the incident, they weren't able to tear them down yet because it was on on privately-owned on space, but the devices themselves were labeled with it was the word pens in lower case sticker and a capital s. spends being the the full spelling? Yes. So of course it it would. It's not illegal at all to to sell a pen now, even if you want to charge. I think it was charging two dollars for these things because l. a. pan out of out of a machine short on problem. But when it's a pen is really a glass tube and there's no ink in it. And that's what these devices were. So basically as was reported, they're selling crack pipes. People were finding and you know, I, I did catch on one of the reports. You know, they had the back of the device with the phone number of the vendor in case there's an issue, call his number really clearly there. So we've heard nothing more about this. These I haven't heard more. Oh, they've been sitting here saying, okay. Stupid question. No question is stupid. As you though. When you spot something like this neltza to call in police. The police. Right. What else do you do? You call your congressman. This one, half the Pete, you could be sure half the people who saw thought, oh, it depends offensive. 'cause it was just the ones I saw were green green box with a slider for coins like you'd have legitimate wicked, dispense the pen. So did you actually see one on on the? Yes. The report. Okay. But they had pictures of a couple of them and they look the same there were, you know someone had dug a little spot con concrete down, screw these things down to the concrete and anywhere. And you know, I guess some people in the neighborhood have to notice what was laying around the ground around them. It's like a crack pipe. But as I think you're saying what one, what has it come to with someone even things? I mean, sure. That's, you know, it's head of a marketing ploy there, but I know what I'll do. I'll make some money selling crack pipes. Where are we in worse? Of course, people were buying someone was using them at their. I don't know how long the devices were mounted or any of those details kinda get the idea that was not long at all, and they were taking down, you know, even more quickly, but yeah, but like you're your your question. Yeah, you call the police. That's the first thing you do and you give me a formation that's on the device. Here's the phone number of the coal get this thing out and they will act courting if they've legally can. Again, some was I think one of them was behind a bus stop. That's the one I saw the pictures. So. I don't know. But those areas do have reputations for a very, very bad drug problem. As you know, somebody other locations around the country, but that those areas are unknown for. And so you have situations like this, which I. were aware of Painful. it? I would not. That would make no sense at all because he's trying to I, if in fact he is trying to play that game now with this one year deal and like, all right. Well, I'm just not gonna show up and I won't get paid, and. Okay, fine. And just after released me when it's over, then we know what will maybe. No, you've just taking yourself and no one's gonna win. You. Or or that mixed deal is fourteen million. It's for five, right? See his issue. And I understand because I mean, you got ownership, he ears you have to you. 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Woman claims R. Kelly filmed nonconsensual sex, routinely locked her up
"To homeowners who spent years trying to get the money to fix their ruined homes while law firms hired to fight their claims collected huge fees one louisiana law firm we looked at at least twenty nine million dollars of taxpayer money fighting superstorm sandy cases alone today's bipartisan letter to female expresses concern about the flood program after our report revealed what they call the shocking lack of oversight by fema especially related to litigation expenses fema tells us it's been reforming the program and insists it will pay every dime policyholders are do r and b singer r kelly is facing new act xavier of misconduct tonight a young woman is suing him for failing to disclose a sexually transmitted disease that she claims kelly gave her the woman also accuses him of sexual battery jurica duncan spoke with her faith rogers was nineteen when she says she met r kelly after his concert in san antonio last year rogers says they kept in touch over the phone for two months before kelly invited her to new york city for his concert she says he agreed to pay for her flight and hotel the morning after the concert she says kelley knocked on her door he's like take off your clothes and he says you know with authority in his voice not just you know he's demanding me to do this and i didn't take off my clothes because why would i just wasn't ready according to rogers she ultimately submitted to having sex and alleges kelly recorded it on his ipad without her consent he has this type of like intimidation right off the bat you know so i was just waiting for it to be over i don't i don't know about nobody can we never talk about the nobody on home i don't think that this is why filed the lawsuit i want it for girls like me who are gonna run into him in the future cbs news reached out to representatives for kelly who told us they have no comment on this new lawsuit and these new allegations and a washington post article though in april a representative for our kelly said the singer categorically denies all claims and allegations of sexual misconduct jeff torika dunkin continues her reporting on this story tonight eureka thank you next on the cbs evening news the troubling history of the driver involved in a deadly school bus crash wbz news time six forty six the subaru retailers of new england all wheel.