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"tina neal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Believe that the workers a community round Lordstown proved themselves time and time again for almost five and a half decades. Those workers have done their part Brown said it not only affects the fifteen hundred people who work at the plant, but also all the employees of local businesses that serve the plant bar insisted adjustments are being made for the good of the company. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. The Justice department will try to convince a federal court this week. That the AT and T merger with Time Warner is bad for consumers. Lisa Carter has more. The Justice Department's anti-trust division will argue to the US court of appeals on Thursday. The lower court was wrong to allow AT and T to buy Time Warner for eighty five billion dollars six months ago. A federal judge at the time rejected. The government's case that the deal would lead to higher prices for pay TV viewers defense will argue that everything they warned about the communications merger has come to pass including higher prices reduced choice for consumers at a programming. Blackout. The court is expected to rule by the end of February. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Hawaii's kill away of all Keno has stopped erupting for the first time in thirty five years. The volcano on Hawaii's big island has been spewing lava continuously since nineteen Eighty-three. Now, the lead scientist at the US GS Hawaiian volcano observatory says kill away has produced. No lava on the island surface for three months, scientists Tina Neal said when volcanoes stop erupting magma for. For that long. The next eruption will generally happen in a different spot. She says it appears kill away as eruptions have ended a Bill that would require California Public. Universities to supply abortion pills is back. Gino's state Senator Connie Leyva says she thinks it has a better chance to pass under incoming governor Gavin Newsom governor, Jerry Brown. Vetoed. A similar measure earlier this year told the Los Angeles Times that access to abortion as a woman's constitutional, right? Randy fuller, NBC News Radio. The J Paul Getty museum is returning a two thousand year old piece of art back to Italy. The decision was made by the Italian supreme court following a decades-long battle of. It's ownership. The guardian reports that the victorious youth. Bronze statue was made by Greek sculptor Leisa between three hundred and one hundred BC and was discovered off the Adriatic coast in nineteen sixty four Brian shook NBC News Radio. And.

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"tina neal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Internal investigation at CBS is finding that its former CEO tried to cover up his sexual misconduct by destroying evidence and interfering with the investigation the New York Times received a draft version of the report a final report is expected to be delivered to the board of directors in the coming days. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio the Justice. Department will try to convince a federal court this week that the AT and T merger with Time Warner is bad for consumers. Lisa Carter has more. The Justice Department's anti-trust division will argue to the US court of appeals on Thursday that lower court was wrong to allow eighteen and T to buy Time Warner for eighty five billion dollars six months ago. A federal judge at the time rejected. The government's case that the deal would lead to higher prices for pay TV viewers defense will argue that everything they warned about the communications merger has come to pass including higher prices reduced choice for consumers at a programming. Blackout. The court is expected to rule by the end of February. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Hawaii's away of all Keno has stopped erupting for the first time in thirty five years. The volcano on Hawaii's big island has been spewing lava continuously since nineteen Eighty-three. Now, the lead scientist at the US GS Hawaiian volcano observatory says Kellaway has produced no lava on the island surface for three months science. Antics, Tina, Neal said when volcano stop erupting magma for that long. The next eruption will generally happen in a different spot. She says it appears kill away as eruptions have ended a Bill that would require California Public. Universities to supply abortion pills is back. Gino's state Senator Connie Leyva says she thinks it has a better chance to pass under incoming governor Gavin Newsom governor, Jerry Brown. Vetoed. A similar measure earlier this year, leave told the Los Angeles Times that access to abortion as a woman's constitutional, right? Randy fuller, NBC News Radio. The J Paul Getty. Museum is returning a two thousand year old piece of art back to Italy. The decision was made by the Italian supreme court following a decades-long battle of. It's ownership. The guardian reports that the victorious youth. Bronze statue was made by Greek sculptor, licensed us between three hundred and one hundred BC and was discovered off the Adriatic coast in one thousand nine hundred sixty four Brian shook NBC News Radio..

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"tina neal" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In hawaii kill away volcano prompts additional evacuation orders outbreaks can continue to occur up rift and down rift of the existing fisher system or the existing fishers could be reactivated cbs news with the very latest next also ahead a man is dead after being shot by a gas station clerk on detroit's west side we'll have the latest plus a fallout in the middle east as the us prepares to move its embassy to jerusalem tomorrow it's not a question of moving an embassy it's not a real estate problem the problem has to do with the status of jerusalem good evening i'm jason scott's for wwe j newsradio nine fifty coming up this half hour in sports at eight forty five the tigers are now just two and a half games out of first in the al central a big win today in walk off fashion over the mariners it's now eight thirty one cbs news update well the number of active fishers at hawaii's killer way of volcano had been reduced from eighteen to seventeen the threat continues and more evacuations were ordered today tina neal is head scientist at the us geological survey's hawaiian volcanoes observatory this is producing spider that's flying tens of meters into the air and a sluggish lava flow this moving a little bit to the north but no big lava flow has yet developed all of this is to say that the situation down there remains dynamic the volcano is affecting the local economy kgan t reporter lisa kubota has more business has come to a halt for vacation rental owners in poona the island civil defense agency ordered all operations in the area to seize the mandate was put in place so emergency operations personnel can focus on residents living in the region three dozen buildings have been destroyed to community centers are opened shelters for people and pets cbs news update i'm pam coulter developing in detroit police are investigating after a clerk shoots and kills a man inside a gas station this afternoon it started as an argument between the two at the citgo station along west mcnichols near the southfield freeway just before four pm the clerk pulled out a handgun and shot.

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"tina neal" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"North korea ahead of this historic meeting next month between president trump and kim jong un in singapore wisconsin republican mike gallagher says and he sits on the house armed services committee and says he remained skeptical about north korea's decision to shut down its nuclear test site i mean we're talking about dismantlement is really what we're after irreversibly dismantling their program in a way that we can also verify right where they give us complete access to all the tunnel systems and all the military sites in a way we did not get access with iran nuclear deal because we don't have any way to verify it then agreement will be worthless peon yang says it will hold a ceremony for the dismantling of its nuclear test site later this month in what would be another dramatic but symbolic gesture a new lava fisher has opened up on hawaii's big island in the vicinity of the geothermal energy plant the us geological survey says minor lava spat or erupted from the new fisher saturday morning which brings the total number of fissures to sixteen tina neal is a scientist with the us gs is hawaiian volcanoes observatory and new fisher segment opened about a mile to the northeast of the existing fisher system the last report there were spattering occurring at this fisher number sixteen but no significant lava flow had had developed plant workers this week remove the fifty thousand gallons of pentane stored at a site at this site in particular as a precaution and geologists warned that the killer way of okano could shoot out large boulders and ash out of its summit crater w w j news time four thirty four some georgia police officers are forced to make an unexpected stop in the emergency room after finding a dead body in a motel room three dekalb county georgia police officers went to the hospital after they were second by a chemical odour in a motel room where a body was found has bet crews were called in fire captain eric jackson by source just by looking at it so we needed to utilize our monitoring and are tiffany again to attempt to determine what the product was impact the product at all the police officers are expected to be okay the death of the guest at the.

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"tina neal" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on WJR 760

"The rosen a terror attack this one was a man randomly stabbing people you know touristy area near the opera house one person was killed four others were wounded france twenty four reporter charles pellagra and talk to people who saw the man stab at anyone he came across least until police arrived eventually was stopped by beliefs they first started by hazing him he did not react being taste he that made me more angry if anything and one that didn't work then shot him twice the man had no idea but did yell allahu akbar god is great isis has claimed the man he's one of their own francis president macron praised the police response saying france will not cede to the enemies of freedom it's been a busy nervous day at hawaii's kilowatt volcano in the lower east rift zone the ongoing eruption has had a new outbreak a new fisher segment opened about a mile to the northeast of the existing fisher system volcano scientists tina neal says there's plenty of ash coming from those fissures but no bigger rupture yet scientists fear a major blast could happen at any time so wet soggy time in western montana thanks to a combination of events not significant but enough rain that when combined with the snow belt and seeing the pretty big rises on on the ribbons out there noah meteorologist marks yard says the combination is enough to force some evacuations hundreds of other households around zula are on alert for possible evacuation it's been sunshine and blue skies for days in eastern washington state but that snow in the mountains in canada has been melting and the.

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"tina neal" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Chris watching the weather i'm richard johnson famous saddle police vehicle a terror attack this one was a man randomly stabbing people you touristy area near the opera house one person was killed four others were wounded france twenty four reporter charles pellagra and talked to people who saw the man stab at anyone he came across least until police arrived eventually was stopped by beliefs they first started thi hazing him he did not react being taste he that made me more angry if anything and one that didn't work then shot him twice the man had no idea but did yell allahu akbar god is great isis has claimed the man he's one of their own francis president macron praised the police response saying france will not cede to the enemies of freedom it's been a busy nervous day at hawaii's kilowatt volcano in the lower east rift zone the ongoing eruption has had a new outbreak a new fisher segment opened about a mile to the northeast of the existing fisher system volcano scientists tina neal says there's plenty of ash coming from those fissures but no bigger rupturing yet scientists fear a major blast could happen at any time so wet soggy time in western montana thanks to a combination of events not significant but enough rain that when combined with the snow belt and see me pretty big rises on on the ribbons out there noah meteorologist marks yard says the combination is enough to force some evacuations hundreds of other households around zula are on alert for possible evacuation it's been sunshine and blue skies for days in eastern washington state but that snow in the mountains in canada has been melting and the gentle streams in british columbia crossed border is raging rivers washington governor jay inslee declared a state of emergency for twenty counties converts johnson hey is that.

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Financial Safari

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

British ex-culture minister Tessa Jowell dies at 70

"Of the town unit cbs news update hawaii's killilea volcano as showing any signs of quieting down it's a russian and lava flow of destroy thirtysix buildings mostly homes the volcano was literally let off steam at the summit tina neal is the scientists in charge at the us geological surveys wyan volcano observatory very robust steam coming out of the vent punctuated by at least two small ads explosions that said quantities of reddish wall rock billowing up into the atmosphere she's thousand feet officials have.

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Hawaii Kilauea volcano eruption: More Big Island residents told to be prepared to evacuate

Overnight Talk

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Hawaii Kilauea volcano eruption: More Big Island residents told to be prepared to evacuate

"Thirty give a call is cbs cbs news update residents of hawaii's big island or again on edge from the killer way of all keno even as the amount of land floating out of the ground and into two subdivisions has slowed government scientists are warning the volcano is still dangerously active tina neal is scientists in charge at the us gs hawaii volcano observatory very robust scheme coming out of the vents actuated by at least two small ashes explosions that sent quantities of reddish wall rock billowing up into the atmosphere thousand feet correspondent carter evan operation center here has been the hub for disaster response since the eruption started more than a week ago but now with the threat of a volcanic explosion and the ash cloud it could create they may soon have to expand their focus meantime tourism has suffered amid reports the mountain could start heaving smoke ash and rocks the size of small cars thousands of feet into the air officials are urging tourists to not change travel plans cbs news update i'm jim shanavie this is stevie football and i'm the owner of davos you know some people come up to me and say steve did you buy awaken one eighty and i have to laugh i have nothing to do with the ownership i'm just here to help i'm here to inspire you to go there because it's not hard what it's hard is doing it on your own how this all got started people keep asking me how i got to get involved with a week and winnie the weight loss they actually approached me see if i could have a menu at dav ios because i had a lot of friends and went to the program and did really well so i said you know what i need to try the program and see how i'm gonna do well every week i lost weight the next week i lost more weight my body fat started to go down down down now i'm in here saying i lost over thirty pounds my body fat is at eighteen my visceral is at ten i've got an amazing numbers my body right now is a twenty five year olds and i'm fifty seven i'm really proud of that this is dan rae steve ed the same great results i had as had the.

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"tina neal" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Be consolidated in federal court there needs to be a national solution both to read hey the tax payers that have money on responding to the crisis but also looking forward in sort of an abatement type fund to help prevent the proliferation of the crisis no response yet from the defendants which include mckesson in san francisco dubbed sovereign kcbs acid rain falling like snow maybe what's next for people living there hawaii's kellaway volcano he cbs megan goals report scientists say we can expect explosions in the coming weeks knees explosions would be the results of water seeping into the magma and creating a steam bomb of sorts down swanson is a geologist at the us gs hawaiian volcano observatory near the crater within half a mile or so then you would be subject to a bombardment by ballistic blocks weighing as much as ten or twelve tons within twenty miles he says there could be ash falling like snow and lots of bog that's mechanic fog and out evolved comes acid rain that's something that usgs scientists in charge tina neal says is it really that uncommon for the last ten years we've had very high levels of sulfur dioxide emitted from the summit eruption of a lake that's been discussed and that indeed can produce acidic rainfall down win and so the community's down wind of that eruption for many years have been coping with those impacts which include eye and respiratory inflammation although it doesn't go as far as you might think the effects are really only felt right around the eruption most of the island is unaffected there haven't been any injuries in kilowatt explosion but thirty six structures have been burned almost one hundred and twenty acres have been buried megan gold speak kcbs south bay labor unions including police and fire are withdrawing their support of a county board of supervisors candidate this after sexual harassment claims the story from kcbs mike colgan the allegations were made by former students of santa clara civics teacher nominee caserta claiming they were touched inappropriately caserta who's also a santa clara city councilman is denying the claims kcbs political analyst larry gerston there's no question that in the metoo era when the issue of sexual harassment is raised a big spotlight emerges and it just focuses on the questions.

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"tina neal" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In the us during the wintertime and on parts of the big island of hawaii residents are having to deal with acid rain and ash falling like snow because of the kilowatt volcano kcbs is megan goals we reports scientists expect more volcanic explosions in the coming weeks need explosions would be the result of water seeping into the magma and creating a steam bomb of sorts don swanson is at the us gs hawaiian volcano observatory near the crater within half a mile or so then you would be subject to a bomb argument ballistic blocks weighing as much as ten or twelve times and within twenty miles he says there could be ash falling like snow and lots of bog that's volcanic fog and out of vogue comes acid rain that's something that usgs scientists in charge tina neal says isn't really that uncommon for the last ten years we'd had very high levels of sulfur dioxide emitted from the summit eruption of a lake it's been discussed and that and indeed can produce acidic rainfall down win and so the community's down wind of that eruption for many years have been coping with those impacts which include eye and respiratory inflammation although it doesn't go as far as you might think the effects are really only felt right around the eruption most of the island is unaffected there haven't been any injuries in kilowatt explosion but thirty six structures have been burned almost one hundred and twenty acres have been buried making gold speak kcbs police are looking for a man who took photos or video of two women in a bathroom stall last night at santa rosa junior college the female students say the suspect held a smartphone underneath a stall and above another from an adjacent stall police were not able to locate the suspect who is described as white in his twenties about five six with either gray hair or balding he was barefoot at the time and was wearing a black and white striped t shirt well a muslim woman is taking the ventura county sheriff's department to court claiming that she was deprived of her religious freedom while in custody kcbi margaret carreira reports from our kcbs sister station knx in los angeles as a.

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"tina neal" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on KCBS All News

"As the eastern pacific ocean and it's keeping us cool today seventies inland sixties near the water more of the same tomorrow it maybe a couple of degrees milder in the afternoon a little bit less of the ocean breeze but still on the breezy side of things still morning cloud cover sixties near the water again seventy s to low eighties inland friday we begin to see a change the wind will change direction turning more by friday night to an offshore wind and that's going to set things up for the weekend for warmer weather but potentially windier weather especially in the hills a high wind watches in effect from friday evening through saturday morning could see some gusts thirty forty fifty miles per hour and then over the weekend saturday you're warmer choice sunshine eighty s inland sixties and seventies near the bank slightly cooler weather with less wind on sunday i'm meteorologist paul the kpi expiring kcbs forecast thank you paul traffic and weather together on the gates all one six nine am seven forty kcbs news time four twenty acid rain nash falling like snow maybe what's next for people living near hawaii's kalaheo volcano as kcbs has megan goals we report scientists say we can expect more explosions in the coming weeks these explosions would be the result of water seeping into the magma and creating steam bomb of sorts don swanson is a geologist at the us gs hawaiian volcano observatory near the crater within half a mile or so then you would be subject to a bombardment by ballistic blocks wing as much as ten or twelve ton and within twenty miles he says there could be ash falling like snow and lots of bog that's volcanic fog and out of vogue comes acid rain that's something that usgs scientists in charge tina neal says isn't really that uncommon for the last ten years we've had very high levels of sulfur dioxide emitted from the summit eruption of a lake that's been discussed and that indeed can produce acidic rainfall down win and so the community's down wind of that eruption for many years have been coping with those impacts which include eye and respiratory inflammation although it doesn't go as far as you might think the effects are really only felt right around the eruption most of.

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"tina neal" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston iraq has carried out more airstrikes on isis targets across the border in syria npr's jane arap reports it's the latest phase of iraq's fight against the militant group iraq's military spokesman tells npr the targets were isis positions about five miles inside syria general yeah have residual says the iraqi air force used american f sixteen fighter jets to target isis leaders he says us drone footage showed secondary explosions after the airstrikes which he says indicates isis was storing bombs there it's the second round of iraqi airstrikes in syria in three weeks usbacked iraqi security forces drove isis out of iraqi cities last year there now fighting isis in the desert along the border with iraq and syria jane arraf npr news baghdad california was recently ranked the fifth largest economy in the world but npr's aina jaffe reports some republicans gathering at the gop party convention this weekend say the state is mismanaged and failing delegates are voting this weekend to endorse one of their two gubernatorial candidates they are john cox a businessman who's never held office and state assemblyman travis allen both the post the state's new gas tax and the law protecting undocumented immigrants travis allen tout's his support of president trump if you voted for donald trump stared up stead cox didn't vote for trump he said that what the state needs is an experienced manager i'd built a successful business managing people by solving problems it's possible neither of these men will make it onto the november ballot since california's primary rewards the top two finishers regardless of party i knew jaffe npr news san diego evacuation orders have been issued for nearly two thousand residents on hawaii's big island at least five homes have been destroyed after they kill away of volcano erupted spewing molten rocks and high levels of sulfur dioxide into neighborhoods geophysics expert tina neal says conditions are being closely monitored we're continuing to track a drop in the lava level lake it's been fairly steady over the last couple of days there's been no acceleration in the lake in the rate the leg.

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"tina neal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To head in studio three sixty right after this live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston evacuation orders have been issued for nearly two thousand residents on hawaii's big island at least five homes have been destroyed after they kill away of volcano erupted spewing molten rocks and high levels of sulfur dioxide into neighborhoods geophysics expert tina neal says conditions are being closely monitored we're continuing to track a drop in the lobby level lake it's been fairly steady over the last couple of days there's been no acceleration in the lake in the rate the lake is still visible to our monitoring web cameras but it certainly way out of sight of anyone at the jagger overlook it's not as deep as it has been since the eruption started in two thousand and eight that it's obviously something we're watching carefully officials say a series of earthquakes have followed the ongoing eruption a six point nine magnitude quake shook the island yesterday afternoon ron says the united states will make a historic mistake if it pulls out of the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement and a speech today iranian president hassan ruhani said his country is prepared to respond to such a move npr's peter kenyon reports ruhani's comments come days before president trump is set to make a decision on whether to pull out of the iran deal state run earning news agency quotes president hudson ruhani is saying instructions have been issued to iran's atomic energy organisation and other government agencies on what to do with the us reimposes sanctions on iran ruhani didn't specify what the response would be other officials have warned that tehran could quickly ramp up its nuclear program if washington doesn't continue to abide by its commitments under the agreement trump faces a may twelfth deadline to decide whether the us will continue to waive economic sanctions against iran as the obama administration agreed in the goshi hitting the deal peter kenyon npr news istanbul at least.

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"tina neal" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston evacuation orders have been issued for nearly two thousand residents on hawaii's big island at least five homes have been destroyed after they kill away a volcano erupted spewing molten rocks and high levels of sulfur dioxide into neighborhoods geophysics expert tina neal says conditions are being closely monitored we're continuing to track drop in the lava level lay it's been fairly steady over the last couple of days there's been no exhilarated in the lake in the rate the lake is still visible to our monitoring web cameras but it certainly way out of sight of anyone at the jagger overlook it's not as deep as it has been since the eruption started in two thousand and eight that it's obviously something we're watching carefully officials say series of earthquakes have followed the ongoing eruption at six point nine magnitude quake shook the island yesterday afternoon iran says the united states will make a historic mistake if it pulls out of the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement and a speech today iranian president hassan ruhani said his country is prepared to respond to such a move npr's peter kenyon reports ruhani's comments come days before president trump is set to make a decision on whether to pull out of the iran deal stay ruin earn a news agency quotes president hassan ruhani is saying instructions have been issued to iran's atomic energy organisation and other government agencies on what to do with the us reimposes sanctions on iran ruhani didn't specify what the response would be other officials have warned that tehran could quickly ramp up its nuclear program if washington doesn't continue to abide by its commitments under the agreement trump faces a may twelfth deadline to decide whether the us will continue to waive economic sanctions against iran as the obama administration agreed in negotiating the deal peter kenyon npr news is standard at least twelve people are dead after an explosion at.

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"tina neal" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"And w seattle and k and you see ninety eight point nine hd three seattle calm before the storm praise for the president i'm christopher cruise the number of homes destroyed by lava from the killer way of all kaneohe on hawaii's big island has now climbed to five some of the more than seventeen hundred people who've evacuated are preparing for the possibility that they may not be able to return to their homes for some time if at all tina neal is the lead scientist at hawaii volcano national park the bottom line is that we've got additional outbreaks of lava within leilani subdivision just as we antiquated it's still a fairly low level of out lava output but small lava flows are starting to form and move a few tens of yards away from this active fissure president trump used a small the business roundtable in cleveland yesterday to make another push for his border wall fixing and buildings world's now but we need much more money we're doing the job right we're going to do their job and we may have to our country to get this right because we have a country we don't you can't allow people to pour into our country the president's personal attorney rudy giuliani injected himself into foreign affairs yesterday at the iran freedom convention in washington he told reporters he thinks there needs to be regime change in iran i have been in support of regime change for i don't know how long i mean ten years i continue to be i think it's the only way to peace in the middle east it's more important than it is really palestinian deal correspondent sarah westwood reports giuliani's comments on the agreement didn't please white house officials cnn that giuliani has not been consulting with senior staffers before making these public statements about the president's legal predicament and now giuliani's waiting into the foreign policy territory may escalate tensions even further between giuliani and the rest of the white house senator john mccain reportedly planning his funeral insisting that president trump not be there at least twelve people have been killed thirty three wounded in the bombing of the voter registration center inside a mosque in afghanistan today i'm christopher cruise this is dr warner your routine scandinavian our host along with friends inviting you to catch the scandinavian hour here on k k n w every saturday morning from nine to ten for great scandinavian music news and interviews.

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"tina neal" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Calm before the storm praise for the president i'm christopher cruise the number of homes destroyed by lava from the killer way of all kaneohe on hawaii's big island has now climbed to five some of the more than seventeen hundred people who've evacuated are preparing for the possibility that they may not be able to return to their homes for some time if at all tina neal is the lead scientist at hawaii volcano national park the bottom line is that we've got additional outbreaks of lava within leilani subdivision just as we anticipated it's still a fairly low level of lava output but small lava flows are starting to form and move a few tens of yards away from this active fissure president trump used a small business roundtable in cleveland yesterday to make another push for his border wall fixing and building world's now but we need much more money we're doing the job we're going to do their job and we may have to closer per country to get this straight because we have a country we don't but you can't allow people to pour into our country the president's personal attorney rudy giuliani injected himself into foreign affairs yesterday at the iran freedom convention in washington he told reporters he thinks there needs to be regime change in iran i have been in support of regime change for i raise i don't know how long i mean ten years i i can see to be i think it's the only way to peace in the middle east it's more important than it is really palestinian deal responded sarah westwood reports giuliani's comments on the agreement didn't please white house officials cnn that giuliani has not been consulting with senior staffers before making these public statements about the president's legal predicament and now giuliani's waiting into the foreign policy territory it may escalate tensions even further between giuliani and the rest of the white house senator john mccain reportedly planning his funeral insisting that president trump not be there at least twelve people have been killed thirty three wounded in the bombing of a voter registration center inside a mosque in afghanistan today i'm christopher cruise.

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"tina neal" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Jay see los angeles orange county cumulus station lavas billing over students speak out i'm barbara kusak with lava bursting from hawaii killer way of all keno the number of homes destroyed has risen to five lead scientists for volcanoes national park tina neal says the volcano will continue to release more lava through additional vents bottom line is that we've got additional outbreaks of lava within leilani subdivision just as we antiquated it's still a fairly low level of out lava output but small lava flows are starting to form and move a few tens of yards away from this active fissure students from across the country turned out in dallas on saturday rallying for gun control as the national rifle association convention winds down on sunday corresponding clayton neville fills us in students who survived the newtown connecticut shooting speaking on alumni virginia tech here protesting the nra in people wearing stoneman douglas t shirts in front of dallas city hall asking for more gun control north korea slammed the us for what calls misleading claims that washington's policy of maximum political pressure and sanctions or what drove pyongyang to the negotiating table north korea's official news agency quoted a foreign ministry spokesman warning the claims are a dangerous attempt to ruin a budding detente after the recent summit between the leaders of north and south korea correspondent boris sanchez says the new york times reports the president knew about the hush money paid to adult film actress stormy daniels sooner than he had said to sources have told the new york times at the president has been well aware of this arrangement between his attorney michael cohen and stormy daniels for some time even when he publicly denied having any knowledge of it on air force one ten cambodian villagers have died one hundred and twenty others sickened after drinking water suspected to be contaminated with insecticide health authorities have collected water and food samples from the two villages and are waiting lab results i'm barbara kusak talk radio seven ninety kabc news live and local eleven oh to i'm james stanley.

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Earthquakes, lava fissures could last for months on Hawaii - USGS

01:09 min | 3 years ago

Earthquakes, lava fissures could last for months on Hawaii - USGS

"Cbs news update with lava flowing from deep inside the earth underground frequently shaking hundreds of people have left their homes in our residential part of the big island of hawaii killer way of all keno is threatening resident sam knocks explains what it's like to deal with volcanic lava toxic gas and earthquakes of which there have been hundreds the last day or so goliath roaring jet engine one jet engine is taking off orlando scientists warn the upheaval could last for weeks maybe months tina neal's with the us geological survey pool which was a big reservoir leaking lava to feed the whole flow now we've got a new injection of magma coming to the surface and each of those can become points of a fusion to create lava flows worth all those evacuation so far there are no reports of injuries destruction does we know of five homes that were destroyed jonah snyder is with the hawaii county mayor's office cbs news update i'm tom foty eagle banks ten year fixed rate commercial real estate loans with tenure motivation is four point five percent that's right ten year fixed rate tenure amortization at four point.

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Protests staged for gun control, gun rights outside NRA meeting

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Protests staged for gun control, gun rights outside NRA meeting

"A saturday in court watching the volcano i'm richard johnson concord management and consulting is one of three russian companies that have been accused of trying to influence the us presidential election filing today in federal court in washington concorde's us based attorneys say the company will plead not guilty to those charges the lawyers also asked the judge to postpone concorde's first court appearance scheduled for next wednesday the judge said no it's a slow but steady and predictable course for the new spots where lava is breaking through the earth around the killer way of all quesnoy on the big island of hawaii tina neal is the lead scientist at hawaii volcano national park typically the ground starts to crack and the cracks may form days before a fisher outbreak in the cracks may widen a little bit and then you get some steam coming out of the crack as temperature rises and magnus getting close to the surface and then you start to also give off volcanic gas because as the magma purchase the surface the gas has come out of solution and so that progression from cracking steaming steaming plus gas that seems to precede the outbreaks or a seven fisher so far that have opened up inside neighborhoods alongside the mountain nearly two thousand people have been evacuated at the national rifle association convention continue today in dallas gun control advocates tried to have their say set up just blocks from the nra convention actress and activist alyssa milano encourage people to go to the polls to create change at a no ra rally better not being paid off by the gun lobby both leaders that will protect your rights and your safety convention and protests run through tomorrow clayton neville dallas justified justified his top spot is the favorite to win the kentucky derby on a rainy day on a sloppy track justify beat two other horses by two.

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"tina neal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cbs news update lava earthquakes and toxic gas or the hazards on hawaii's big island is magma shifts beneath interrupting kilowatt volcano through forced hundreds of residents to evacuate and prompted the closure parks and college campuses tina neal's a scientist with the us geological survey prognosis is for this to continue we see no slowdown in activity are seismic and geodetic data coming from the region still indicate magna accumulating hawaii democratic congresswoman tulsi gabbard had a chance to see the eruption from above which he says was really something the scope and the magnitude of what the volcano is during from the air really kind of put it into context of the seriousness of the situation had a chance to visit with residents and some of the shelters and people are distraught officials say two new vents where lava spurting out of the ground formed in the same residential neighborhood where molten rock first emerged cbs news update i'm sam litzinger and you're back listening to toughest nails on wbz newsradio ten thirty it of course i'm cindy and i'm here with samantha and we have ari we've got dr sri palade so here we go here's how i see our issue i think are really knows he can have success more than ever now after meeting city stump oh and arias said that to be so i'm not promoting here are want you explain why that is well after seeing cindy and knowing how severe panic attacks actually are because i think there's so many people that say oh i have i have panic attacks but that might just be before giving a presentation or taking a test but that's normal anxiety and i think people throw the turnaround too lightly but after seeing cindy and knowing that she really does have you know real crippling panic attacks and seeing how incredibly successful she is and how loyal she has to offer clients and subcontractors i was just really blown away by that and i still tell myself if cindy can do it then i can there are so many times where i thought i wouldn't be able to fully accomplishment goals because of my anxiety how debilitating it is and i've had to miss out on all sorts of different things because my panic so but seeing cindy has really been as cliche as it sounds very inspiring example of what's possible because she is an exception in terms of how level of functioning.

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"tina neal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tina neal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Litzinger proof that it's not always perfect in paradise the killer way of volcano on hawaii's big islands erupting again sending out lava and toxic gases enforcing hundreds of people to evacuate tina neal's a scientist with the us geological survey additional outbreaks of law within leilani subdivision just as we antiquated it's still a fairly low level of outlaw output but small lava flows are starting to form move a few tens of yards away from this active fissure the islands also being shaken by strong earthquakes five homes have been destroyed president trump is criticizing us immigration policies during a business roundtable in cleveland says people entering the us illegally are taking advantage of catch and release policies and then i'll show up for their immigration court dates even if we have to think about closing up the country for a while we're going to get the war we have no choice we have absolutely no choice mr trump crush on congress to fund a wall he promised mexico would pay for cbs news correspondent bill rakoff says one of president trump's closest friends has been asked questions by special counsel robert muller's team investigators working with special counsel robert muller interviewed tom barrack who is a close friend and confident of the president is known trump for decades but he's also had a long standing relationship with trump's former campaign chair paul manafort and manafort's one time deputy rick gates both of them are already facing federal charges as a result of the russia probe bill raikov cbs news washington nasa has launched a spacecraft to land on mars and explore the mysterious inside of the planet the mars insight lander rocketed away early this morning from vandenberg air base air force base in california cbs news space consultant bill harwood the twenty missions that have gone before this mars have mapped the surface they've looked for traces of water in the history of mars tried to find if it was ever habitable but now they want to understand how big the coriolis the composition of if they really want to learn more about how earth like planets are formed at the birth of the.

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