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Is the Tasmanian Tiger Really Extinct?
"You've no doubt heard of the Tasmanian Devil or seen an animated version the whirling dervish in looney tunes cartoons. But what about the Tasmanian Tiger? It's actually not even a tiger at all instead a marsupial known as the Thilo seen and it's thought to have gone extinct almost one hundred years ago but did it really. While many experts believed the last known thylacine died at. Australia's Hobart Zoo in nineteen thirty. Six others ardently claimed that the animals still exists because they've spotted one or more in the wild. We spoke by email with Kathryn medlock. Honorary Curator of vertebrate zoology the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. She said the international Australian and state definition of an extinct species is that there has been no reliable evidence of the species for fifty years by this definition. They are officially extinct species although designated as officially extinct. It's difficult to prove that something is not there as opposed to proving it is. There are many cases of species being rediscovered. Many years after supposed- extinction we also spoke by email with Rick Schwartz an animal ambassador for California's San Diego Zoo. He explained that quote since the Nineteen Thirties. There have been a few claims Tasmanian. Tigers have been seen for brief moments in the wild however no substantial evidence has proven they exist at this time we also spoke by email with Neil waters of the thylacine awareness group of Australia. Who started disagrees a quote? Do I think the animals extinct? No because I've seen too and been coughed slash barked at by one in South Australia. In two thousand eighteen. There have been more than seven thousand documented sightings of Silas scenes or animals that appear to be Thilo scenes but the majority of those sightings on Mainland Australia. According to the scientific formula applied to mammals though it is extinct and has been since nineteen thirty six for fifty years. The animal was considered rare and endangered. This fact inconveniently keeps the animal as a recent extinction rather than an ancient one. We should lose hope over and forget about. Let's step back a bit. What exactly is Tasmanian. Tiger? Schwartz explained that it's not a big cat at all. He said the name. Tiger most likely was given to the animal by the European settlers due to the light stripes that went from the spine down each side on the hind end of the animal. Most people agree that the Tasmanian Tiger looks like a medium sized short haired dog with subtle stripes on hindquarters and the base of its tail. Tail was thick and muscular at the base. More like a kangaroo's tail than a dog's tail colorations were described as light brown and Yellow Brown with Darker Brown stripes. These animals weighed about forty five to seventy pounds. That's twenty to thirty kilos with a body length of forty to fifty inches or one hundred to one hundred and twenty five centimeters with that tail. Adding another twenty to twenty five inches or fifty to sixty centimeters most stood about two feet tall or two thirds of a meter at the shoulder. Schwartz said in our modern times we usually think of marsupials and Kangaroos however the Tasmanian Tiger had a number of unique characteristics being dog like medium sized carnivore. That's also Marsupial it. Size and features were more similar to that of a small wolf or large Fox. Combine that with the striped pattern on the hind end and thick muscular tail. Similar toy kangaroo. You've got a pretty unique animal and water said when you had a close look at the prince we find. You will see time and time again. The broad S- play of the toes and the Claude drag impressions from the massive fixed clause on the animals four feet. The reason they're split wide and not like a dog is because they don't have webbing between their toes their front feet also still acts similar to hands as they can both hop like a kangaroo or run on all fours as a result many of the prince appear that the front feet are literally grabbing the ground as they dig it on curves or high speed when pursuing prey when Europeans first colonized Australia. The Tasmanian Tiger was rarely seen the animals started to become increasingly blamed for tax on cheap however so private companies and the Tasmanian government attempted to curb population by establishing bounties exchange for dead violence scenes adding to their eventual extinction was the sad fact that Australia's colonisation eroded the thylacines habitat by the nineteen twenty s sightings of the Tasmanian Tiger in the wild became extremely rare and in nineteen thirty. A farmer shot and killed the second. To last known wild Tasmanian Tiger the final by Lesean was captured in the Florentine Valley in Nineteen thirty three and transferred to the Hobart Zoo on September seventh. Nineteen thirty six. The animal known as Benjamin died in captivity black and white footage recorded in nineteen thirty three would become historically significant as images of the final scene in nineteen thirty seven the Tasmanian animals and birds protection board a later to become the national park. Service launched a series to determine where thylacines still might be found. Medlock said unfortunately living animal was not discovered. The final search in the series was into the chain river area in Western. Tasmania on the search. Sometimes seen footprints were discovered and creek bed. The original plaster casts of these prints are lodged in the Tasmanian Museum. The Tasmanian Museum doesn't receive citing reports. And we don't have the expertise to assess them. This is done by the Department of Primary Industries Water and environment they continue to record reported sightings and take them seriously often however sightings films and photographs are released to the media through the people who are reporting them rather than a government body over the years. There have been several instances photographs and films purported to be thylacines in the wild but none have been verified as genuine evidence of an animal waters however contends that there have been dozens of credible sightings of Thilo scenes. He said actually hundreds of them too many to name one in particular was a bus load of tourists in Western Australia. Back in the nineteen eighties. Who All saw the animal at close range in broad daylight whilst on a wildflower tour the fact that we find headless Kangaroos. All over. His failure is a key piece of physical evidence that these animals still persist. But nobody to know about it. Because it's always blamed on either hunters or Satanists by. Ill informed people who don't understand how these animals feed waters has been working tirelessly to raise public awareness of this animals continued existence for the past five years meeting dozens of witnesses and collecting thousands of statements regarding sightings of this animal in. Tasmania and across mainland Australia. His work appears in the two thousand seventeen documentary living the thylacine dream which follows waters travels throughout mainland Australia. Collect evidence of predation as well as stories of sightings from witnesses who are adamant seen the thile seen both recently and historically
"twenty five inches" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
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Bahamas Braces for Heavy Hit From Hurricane Dorian
"National hurricane center hurricane specialist Mike Brennan expect hurricane Dorian hit the Bahama islands hard we could see ten to fifteen feet of storm surge above normal tide levels on those islands along with a dangerous category for potentially catastrophic hurricane force winds and very heavy rainfall is up to the as much as twenty five inches on those islands forecasters expect Dorian packing a hundred fifty mile an hour winds to hit the northwestern Bahamas Sunday before curving upward arms March could spare the U. S. a directive to still threatens the Florida area and the
"twenty five inches" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Size twenty five inches along the east coast of Florida from north of Palm Beach up through the coastal Georgia coastal south in North Carolina we could see a six to ten inches of rainfall with isolated amounts as high as twelve overseas protest each weekend in Hong Kong meanwhile one Hong Kong businessman says protesters must continue to fight for democracy despite tear gas being fired by police what we have to machine storming a subway car needing passengers with batons and pepper spray Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she's alive on her way to being very well following radiation treatment for cancer at the library of Congress national book festival in Washington Saturday justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she loved serving on the Supreme Court calling it the best and hardest job she's ever had in an hour long interview with N. P. R.'s Nina Totenberg before an audience of four thousand Ginsburg said the job has kept her going to for cancer about instead of focusing on her aches and pains she says she knows she has to concentrate on the courts work and somehow some mount whatever's going on in her body the Supreme Court begins hearing arguments again on October seventh and Ginsburg promises she will be prepared Ben Thomas Washington more news and analysis at town hall dot com something you need to know about Pete and self help with the father son owners they're on a mission to help as many people as possible to get out of.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Know they got a lot of rain in Louisiana this past weekend hurricane berry was I think of a hurricane for about five minutes and it moved to shore going very slowly but it wasn't the disastrous rain event that everybody was predicting the same lives were affected well lives were affected I don't think anybody can go through a storm like that and not have your life be affected to some extent but there were calls that all city should be evacuated that this was going to be as big a disastrous could train and I never could figure out why this store was very poorly organized to begin with I hope nobody was injured because their loss was my game why is either yesterday was amazing did that hit here because in that matter whether hitting here yeah is like a high of eighty two yeah I was nice very nice I hope nobody died we got we got some rain yesterday afternoon see I didn't get that yeah it was just for clarity and per se listed stately brown manner we got a stable but it was I always call it dry right it was a dry rain you can walk around in it not really get wet but it seems like a steady one body why they made this big deal out of tropical storm berry that hurricane berry they'll tropical depression bury its right now heading for Saint Louis where it'll probably be robbed and stabbed estimate I Donald tropical depression tropical storm that I'm logged just hurricane there it's not her yeah it's just it's a big storm or it's not so anyway but they but they were talking about how this was this was going to be one of the big rain events you can get twenty five inches of rain one I think was in B. C. which one is the one with al Roker twenty five inches of rain that was going to hit New Orleans sure that's it but to get to our very own clay Nevil was he's still there is he still in the storm force four seven he's sitting in a bar on Bourbon street I actually I can apply to clean is a company guy he really is hill do you think the mediocre tub mediocre hi hello and I and they were they reimburse them any yet he always seems to find the super eight and I just like body just hilted or nothing yeah at least at least there's a Ritz Carlton I would stay there level yes but David don't go to the motel six three guys thank you should know he he put a picture on his Facebook page of like that just the in his bathroom light did work not because of the storm yeah just because it was crappy yeah because they couldn't but be bothered bald or something company gets the guy you want to hire yeah definitely may how he'd be the first guy higher all right so anyway SO will we'll.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on WWL
"The east and from the west and you figure the the lakes levels got to rise in this so you're trying to calculate things and with with those factors plus they got a lot more flood gates now they've got a rock dam that impede some water flow in the Mister go the hydrology is is is was different than we've seen in other storms then you had the Mississippi River at record levels for this time of the year yet all this water coming in through Lake Pontchartrain which we didn't know how that would affect the western shore of Lake Pontchartrain and let more pop for that matter and I tell you we were very very fortunate that those rain predictions of twenty to twenty five inches when I saw that I said this is this is Denham springs twenty sixteen this is Houston when they had Harvey all over again because everything was already sold flooded and backed up and then you get the storm surge in on top of that all these inches of rain dumped we did we dodged a bullet with Barry and I'm sure everybody's thankful for that all right US you'll go give us the our text message we wait to hear from you eight seventy eight seventy off you want to call we do have a telephone this is talk radio if you want to talk like we did in the old days call us five oh four to six oh one eight seventy will be right back with our continuing coverage after this time we tell you how it is you tell us what you think the news talk and sports leader eight seventy one oh five three W. W. L. FM and W. W. L. dot com this week find great deals at Walgreens now all twelve packs offerings are three four nine ninety nine with cart and select varieties of tide simply clean laundry detergent are one ninety five with couponing card get great deals on the everyday essentials you need right here at your neighborhood Walgreens Walgreens trusted since nineteen oh one while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details Amazon prime day is almost here your chance to score massive savings on blink indoor and outdoor security cameras wherever you go this summer blink motion activated cameras keep an eye on your home and pads and the new blink sixty two two way talk feature lets you speak to whoever's there from scaring off a burglar to keeping an eye on your pads your stress free vacation starts with bling cameras Amazon prime day is coming soon score massive savings and blink cameras and systems go to Amazon dot com and search Blaine camera as an organ donor your story doesn't after good and you live on you could save up to eight lives with you yes could keep beating the kids keep filtering testing bond digestive brothers and that's not all the lives of fifty more people as an.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"The people that I came down here to me because I guess wherever they are they've got the curfews and all of that city officials in New Orleans and other Louisiana towns urging residents to shelter in place until the rain threat is over Clayton level New Orleans isolated areas could get up to twenty five inches of rain and tropical storm force winds extend along the Gulf coast from Mississippi to Florida I'm in Kate's Chicago authorities are not taking part in any emigrate roundups expected in nine major cities tomorrow major Laurie light but it may our lord like but says she expects ice officers to make a sweeper gonna try to go early in the morning to capture people home on they're going to go to businesses when they think that all people might on being existence what there's a restaurant or whether it's actual all workplace and then I would expect that they're gonna extended to going to businesses and demanding information about who their employees are whether they're documented or not special counsel Robert Muller is testimony before Congress has now been delayed until July twenty fourth correspondent modern Russia reports lawmakers will get more time so instead of two hours he's a test flight for three hours and then they'll take a little bit of a break and appear before the house intelligence committee afterwards and that will likely be a two hour session because there are a few are members of the house intelligence committee and all those members will get to question Mahler I'm in case here's your four warn weather forecast rain showers localist down too much today will still be in the upper eighties to low nineties for your temperature rain showers will be very widespread with a couple of isolated thunderstorms around the day those last into the overnight low temperatures in the mid seventy as we head into tomorrow a slight break from the rain but it does pick up by Monday all thanks to bury outlook Gulf coast from the four warn America will never be a socialist.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Range can be falling and falling in any one area well they're talking anywhere from ten to twenty five inches of rain and maybe more in certain there is the areas are pretty much so saturated don't need to tell our listeners over there on W. SLA that out there that are listening to us but again if the law enforcement officers come along and tell you it's time to leave well then it's time to leave don't argue with them just get the stuff that you need to have loaded up and go to the close to shelter or wherever it is they tell you to go exactly and typically where you don't get mandatory evacuations unless there's a higher hurricane a status a higher level but you're right see things can change on the fly and the authorities are monitoring this and so you're right if they tell you to go then you got to go because it's about saving lives and stuff can be replaced well turn around don't drown is a rule do not drive through water that you can't tell how deep it is turn around don't drown because it can take your car when you went in and take you right on down the river right on down the creek never to be seen again the sorts of things happen so again be careful be safe we are monitoring the situation I've got both my amateur radio up over there listening to the the M. the ham radio operators around here tonight talking about what's going on as well as the of fire rescue of frequencies over there and listening to the preparations are being made plus they've already had to go out and get some people who guess what drove into some standing water that they should not driven into exactly right and right now they're estimating about eight to ten billion dollars worth of damage that's what they're looking for him yeah okay hold that thought most car warm to be right back with me I am the captain the captain on the captain's.
First big storm of Atlantic hurricane season eyes Louisiana
"With an update on tropical storm very here's USA radio networks Chris Barnes tropical storm Barry taking aim at Louisiana is specially New Orleans currently a tropical storm but expected to be arraigned making hurricane when it comes ashore tomorrow here's hurricane specialist Eric Blake at the national hurricane center although we were expecting a move very slowly and that's why we're so concerned about the heavy rain risk the Rangers really began in earnest overnight Friday into Saturday for southeast Louisiana then spread northward into Mississippi some parts of Louisiana could see up to twenty five inches of
Louisiana, NBC And New Orleans discussed on Glenn Beck
"It millions are bracing as tropical storm very six back to to create massive flooding as it hits the Louisiana coast flooding is going to be a big problem on high risk of flooding throughout much of Louisiana into central Louisiana and all on into the south the with the rainfall rates three to four inches per hour that could overwhelm the pumps in New Orleans NBC meteorologist al Roker forecasters say the storm could dump up to twenty five inches of rain in the next couple
Barry, Louisiana And OKC discussed on This Morning With Gordon Deal
"Tropical storm Barry threatens the coast of Louisiana will have a live update in just a moment the Dow closed above twenty seven thousand for the first time sports OKC reportedly trading Russell Westbrook to Houston men's tennis semis at Wimbledon this morning and classmates celebrated a graduating student who sensitive to cheering crowds that story in about twenty minutes the weather forecast for the coast of Louisiana dangerous storm surge heavy rains wind conditions the national hurricane center says tropical storm Barry could strengthen into a hurricane by tonight or early tomorrow let's get a feel for the mood ahead of the storm from Dave Cullen news director at W. W. L. in New Orleans one of our affiliates for this program he's with us live this morning Dave give us a feel of what's happening right now well we're we're seeing gusty winds blowing Kerr I'm watching the trees waving in the wind and street signs swaying back and forth as with the occasional gusts about thirty close to forty miles an hour and these first of the band's kind of push on through the good news for us right now is the tropical storm very remain somewhat disorganized in the Gulf of Mexico and the heaviest of the rain isn't wrapping all the way around the center yet but the national hurricane center is expecting that to happen expecting berry whose top sustained winds are now fifty miles an hour with higher gusts to continue to get better organized strength and they come ashore in less than twenty four hours the real threat they say from this is extremely heavy rain with widespread areas of Louisiana and Mississippi getting fifteen to twenty inches according to the hurricane center and summer is getting up to twenty five inches of rain that's insane how does this compare to do more or less problems in twenty sixteen you know we haven't had a major hurricane thank goodness it a long time you know a lot of people are calling us from around the world across the country thank how does this compare to Katrina obviously could train a was a major hurricane that included a massive wall of water water an incredible storm surge and levy busting capabilities that flooded eighty percent of the wireless this is no where near anything like that this is a threat that we face of heavy rain the problem with that for the Louisiana coast and specifically for New Orleans is that New Orleans is below sea level a bowl surrounded by levees and it takes a pump to get any water out of the city after rain fall if we get twenty five inches of rain the world is going to be looking at wide spread to stain street flooding for several days we had eight inches of rain on Wednesday and that flooded streets for five or six hours and stock cars homes and businesses going
"twenty five inches" Discussed on WRVA
"And your family. You're paying for thirty five million Medicaid. You're paying for twenty five million illegals that are in this country getting full medical care. Plus, you're paying for other working Americans don't have sufficient resources to pay their own medical expenses. So here paying for everybody, you may know about six or seven months ago. I was diagnosed with something called up by cusp at a Arctic valve, which means I have two leaflets on my order opening and closing instead of three most normal Americans like you enrich, vol does have three leaflets. I have to. It's genetic there's nothing I could have done to prevent it. If I was in a socialized country. None of what's going to tell you about what occurred. So I began a process of saying, I want to have this done, do you want to have the mayo clinic Cleveland Clinic york-presbyterian, Mick Jagger down in Miami. I found a facility in Cincinnati where I lived the Christ hospital doctor dean Cariocas done about a thousand Taveres. Great success looked up did everything I could. Talk to people that had done, and I found a great facility. There are many great facilities in America. Los Angeles has several cedars Levin, that do these procedures, which are called trans catheter replacement which is Dave, I did not wait at all. And it wasn't because I'm rich and famous, it's because the fact Dane carry Okkas four day. So I'm just a regular slap. I was number three on that day when in had done, he went up through my federal artery with a twenty five inch catheter and sound a little metal cage cobalt inside a little cage was a cow valve. They pushed aside my, my calcified a Arctic valve put in the new valve. I didn't feel that bad before. And I feel great. Now he says, I got fifteen years this Cal valve. And when I get a little bit older can replace it. One more time. Gimme thirty years. It's done under socialized medicine under Bernie Sanders. What I had done never would have taken place I would have been barred and perhaps. From having this procedure. The reason we have the best medicine in the world is because of capitalism, the profit, incentive doctors want to be rich. There's two companies to in this Medtronic's and Edwards life sciences. They're fighting feverishly to corral, five billion dollars in business across the country of a couple hundred thousand Americans every year they have this procedure done, whoever creates the best valve is going to get five billion dollars profit motive you take away the profit motive from doctors and nurses, and nurses assistance, take away the profit motive pharmaceutical companies and take away the ability to succeed and to have a nice home in a nice vacation. Nice retirement in the medical industry, drop out of the system, socialize. There'll be no more drug discoveries pharmaceuticals so be no more fabulous Taylor procedures. None of those thing, they'll be no more kidney transplants t cells treat cancer. Nobody no more medical advancements. We're at the edge of. Having patients grow your own heart. If something goes wrong with your heart, they're going to use your own DNA, and whatever, Mike, Mike condo DNA to grow your own heart. If I if I need a kidney replacement in about ten years, it'll be grown in the lab in my own kidney will be put back into my body. Now how close we are to medical breakthroughs? You take billions of dollars of profits out of the medical system. The whole thing collapses. We're going to be like in Cuba, that has everyone gets medical care, and it's free and it's fourth. Let's think about that..
Kylie Jenner Is Getting Roasted For Her Suspicious Face Wash Routine
"Jenner. So Kylie Jenner posted this really bizarre. Like Instagram video filter, weird filter where she's basically washing her face with her new Kylie Jenner face wash product. Okay, okay again with a filter. So the filter is one of those like flower soft filters she looks amazing and she's like rubbing it on her face for literally three seconds like she puts the foaming face wash on her hand smears it across her face does not scrub or anything, then she does a couple splashes of water on her face, then she grabs a white towel to dry it off and for one split second. She puts the towel down. You can see approximately twenty five inches worth of foundation. It is Hassi. So the article she's being savagely roasted after posting bizarre face washing video. Yeah. So that the bizarre part is that the foundation off that everybody saw the foundation, the white towel, and they're all like, okay, hold on a second. First of all, that's not how you wash face second of all for the woman, who's trying to sell us like these skin care products and she's wearing seventy foundation. I think that we're being sold. I think that we might be scammed you'd think by Kylie Jenner. Like if the person this is what I'm saying if you are purchasing some sort of skin-care, Adam from somebody who won't show you their actual skin. There's a province a problem, right? And that's her leisure look. Yeah. Right. That's her like I'm at home in my bathroom just chilling fun game. You guys can play at home or wherever you carry a computer around in your pants. On your phone. Okay. Just Google image. Search Kylie Jenner, like two thousand I don't know. Pick your two thousand nine okay? And look at that face compared to two thousand it's crazy. Isn't it a whole different face? So what I'm saying is like any fire. Beware caveat. Emptor. Is that that Latin for buyer beware? Caveat, emptor buyer beware. Sure worse. For me. It is never knew that welcome to the tonight. Just make that I don't know. Welcome to Latin cloud. More responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before partic-. I don't know. It's yeah. But that I'm sorry. But the layer of skin that she pulls off, her face may not actual skin. It's like seriously tints, what also girl. I mean, do I have to tell you this argument news? The white don't use the white towel to wipe the foundation off your face. Well, that just tells you how rich this person that she would put that face on a towel like that didn't even rinse off the entire don't even get me started. She doesn't use this product because this product is just getting pumped out and China, also she's got people to wash their face. I don't think the girls ever watched her face. She probably has horrid skin. This is the thing about, you know, most most of these people is that you catch him under a black light and they ain't gonna look. You see the mother Instagram account, it ain't going to
Spring blizzard brings fears of more Midwest flooding
"Mattingly. The upper midwest is dealing with its second. Major snowstorm in a month. Power outages and road accidents are being reported and many schools are closed meteorologist Brian Hurley with the national weather service says some of the heaviest snow has fallen in the Dakotas. That's what we're seeing those snowfall amounts approaching if not exceeding two feet we've had some reports of twenty four twenty five inches. Forecasters say the spring blizzard could lead to more serious river flooding in the midwest. Especially along
"twenty five inches" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I think the first big screen TV. I I spent four grand on that stupid thing. And now I can get one that's four K, then probably at least twenty five inches larger than I've. From what I've got now for four four four ninety nine where do you think that TV comes from? What do you think goes into the manufacturing of that TV? Let's just talk about all of you that look if you were driving electric car, driving electric car. I don't care. Just don't tell me you're trying to save the world, but driving electric car. What do you think is used to produce those batteries? You think they've got like little squirrels and mayor that just poop out little batteries or something no fossil fuels fossil fuels. I'm sitting here in a in a thoroughly modern radio studio. Because I look around. There's nothing. There's nothing in the studio that is either not manufactured using oil and gas. Is not some sort of composite made from oil and gas certainly didn't get here on its own gut transported here using oil and gas. So when all of these environmental wacko do-gooders want to shut down the oil and gas companies, you know, what I say to them. Screw you. Because you know what? I enjoy my clothes. I enjoy my diet coke. I enjoy my computer. I enjoy my phone. I enjoy. Oh my gosh. The paper that I printed out to bring these stories tonight. The fact of this the the microphone stand I had the microphone little condoms. I've got on the microphone every every blasted thing in the studio is possible because of oil and gas. Oil and gas and fossil fuels have fueled the engine of this American economy to make us the richest nation on earth, the freest nation on earth, and all these people want to do is shut it down. What's wrong with them? Out there ever loving mind. That's what's wrong with them. The next time. Somebody says that oil and gas is bad stop and count the jobs stop and count the things stop and think of that every single thing that you have that you consume that you own that you buy that you sell that you trade or anything else. And I guarantee you it's because of fossil fuels don't ever forget that Michael really puts his foot down on some of the stuff, and that's not even him riled.
Cape Lookout, Onslow County and Mang discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney
"That had over twenty five inches in South Carolina. Bill a number of reports now with fifteen or so inches. Heavy rain from Florence is expected to continue in the Carolinas through Monday, at least sixty nine people are dead and dozens missing from the manhood typhoon, Philippine police reports sixty
"twenty five inches" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Flooding problems that I know of that's that's fantastic news early is y'all had had much good news there. I don't think lately. Well, and this type of this time of inundation, I'm going to use the term inundation because they really in this kind of event there's the wind driven rain, the ocean, rain or the coastal water rain, and then there's obvious. Water. And then there's obviously the rain associated with flash flooding. This wasn't as much a flash flooding event. But it was an inundation event where the water just continually starts to rise and get higher and higher is that correct? Sure. A lot of what we had seen Thursday night. Friday was that wind-driven rain from the storm blow in the water ocean of the river in bringing it into. What we're dealing with. Now, the rains from the rivers. Coming back the other way back the other way, sir. Yeah. And of course, you haven't had really as much high water rescues as you've had. In other words. Flash. Flooding type rescues is you've had just simply high water and going into these locations. We talked about this a little bit earlier, but you had a little bit help. We did we we had our peak be had five different professional teams here. Equaling one hundred eighty five personnel. Search and rescue teams. But we also had a volunteer organization groups like the Cajun navy and just a good Samaritans who coming out oftener assistance in helping get these folks to safety. It's still raining where you're at right now, isn't it? It is. I'm looking at a band that seems to be coming right on through your area? And so. Steve did you ever rainfall total for them? We don't actually have a precise total for new Bern. But we know it's in the neighborhood of twenty to twenty five inches based on surrounding reports like Jacksonville. Okay. All right. And we don't have any gauges in that particular area. There's not a the the news river is flooding upstream, very bad. Lieutenant have you been given any information either you or your emergency.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Flooding problems that I know of that's fantastic news. It really isn't y'all haven't had much. Good news Aaron thank lately. Well, in this type of this time of inundation, I'm gonna use the term inundation because the really in this kind of event, there's the wind-driven rain, the ocean, rain or the coastal water rain, and then there's obvious. Water. And then there's obviously the rain. Associated with flash flooding. This wasn't as much a flash flooding event. But it was an inundation event where the water just continually starts to rise and get higher and higher is that correct? Sure. A lot of what we had seen Thursday night and Friday was that wind driven rain from the storm blow in the water ocean of the river in just bringing it into us. Well, we're dealing with nine was the rains from the rivers coming back the other way back the other way. Yes, sir. Yeah. And and of course, you haven't had really as much high water rescues as you've had. In other words. Flash. Flooding type rescues is you've had just simply high water and going into these locations. We talked about this a little bit earlier, but you had a little bit help. We did we we had had our peak be had five different professional teams here. Equaling one hundred eighty five personnel from search and rescue teams. But we also had a volunteer organization groups like the Cajun navy and just good Samaritans who coming out offering their assistance in helping these folks to safety. It's still raining where you're at right now, isn't it? It is. I'm looking at a band that seems to be coming right on in through your area? And so Steve did you have a rainfall total for them? We don't actually have a precise total for new Bern. But we know it's in the neighborhood of twenty to twenty five inches based on surrounding reports. Jacksonville. Okay. All right. And and we don't have any gauges in that area. There's not a the news river is flooding upstream. Very bad. Lieutenant have you been given any information either you or your emergency management.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Ahead of now category. Three hurricane Florence. It's less than two days away from a projected landfall will Haney as mayor of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. This storm is five hundred miles wide. It's a category for has wins. Like we have not seen since Hugo FEMA Steve Goldstein fifteen to twenty five inches of rain is forecast with up to forty inches near the exact center of Florence. There is a large area forecast of ten inches of rain or more cross much of the state of North Carolina Friday into Saturday. There are still plenty of holdouts. Correspondent Mark Strassmann? They feel like they can ride out anything these emergency officials are trying to get through to those folks to saying look this one it could be the big one don't play around with us. Don't try to ride it out at home. Don't put yourself at risk. Don't put anyone else at risk CBS news update. I'm Jim shanavie airlines have already canceled. Hundreds of flights is hurricane Florence approaching. Two million. People have been told to have. Accu accurate. American Airlines is based in Fort Worth and passengers flying DFW from Raleigh North Carolina say they wanted to leave before a Russia people capitalist near governor. You have to listen to the people that know what is happening and follow their instructions, but they say their flight was still packed many say they're coming to Texas to stay with family here. Yeah. I have a neighbor watching our house little worried airlines are waiving fees for people who already bought tickets to about two dozen cities in the mid Atlantic. And now want to change their reservations, Alan sky, f for CBS news, Dallas Fort Worth international airport..
"twenty five inches" Discussed on WJR 760
"Watt voice of the is news talk seven sixty WJR Detroit. The dangerous storm. We ask that you heat. The heed the warnings. Today's the day. I'm dick Haefner. WJR news. They're talking about of course, hurricane Florence and urging people to get out. Now it continues to make its way toward the Carolinas and Virginia as a category. Four in Washington, d FEMA associate administrator Jeff Baird says residents in the evacuation area should not try to wait out this storm, but you need to evacuate. If you're in one of the evacuation zones. I asked this you do that for your own safety and also for the safety of our first responders. We don't want to put additional risk and our first responders at the weather bureau. Steve Goldstein says they're expecting a dangerously slow moving storm, and that means will dump massive amounts of rain. The inland flood flooding threat is extreme fifteen to twenty five inches of rain is forecast with up to forty inches near the exact center of Florence more than ten inches is forecast for a larger area including most of eastern North Carolina inland to. Just north of Richmond Virginia the likelihood of tropical storm force. Winds stretches from northern Florida to eastern Kentucky and even into the state of Ohio and up to the New York City area as hurricane. Florence takes. Aim President Trump has a message they say they're ready for the storm's impending destruction, we're fully prepared food, medical everything. You can imagine we are ready, but despite that bad things can happen when you're talking about a storm. This is on the other side of the world and even stronger super typhoon is barreling down towards southeast Asia with Hong Kong one of its areas in the path of super typhoon Mang hot super super typhoon. Mang hunt is currently equivalent to a category five hurricane and there's tropical storm Olivia. This storm is weakening as it approaches Hawaii, but still it's expected to bring flooding rains and damaging winds to awas who Maui and Hawaii. Counties a sixteen year old girl. Student has been rushed to a hospital with life threatening injuries. She was stabbed earlier this morning at FitzGerald high school in Warren by another girl, a seventeen year old that girl is in custody. Complaints over bad water in the Detroit schools boiled over at a school board meeting. The superintendent ordered the water fonz turned off at all of the schools because of lead and copper traces found in the water at some of the buildings. This resident told the board investigate whether or not some of those contractors contributed to some of these members of this board actually did tainted work at some of these modern school's superintendent Nikolai Viti said the price to fix the problem would be in the tens of millions of dollars. Bottled water and water coolers are in the schools right now. The US census bureau says most of us are making more money. Median household income rose to sixty one thousand four hundred dollars in thousand seventeen according to the census bureau that's up nearly two percent from. A year earlier the unemployment rate fell from four point eight to four point one percent over the course of the year. Now, it's even lower. The poverty rate has dropped to twelve point three percent down from twelve point seven percent in the year. Earlier WJR news time coming up on eleven four. Here's Steve Courtney sports. Good Wednesday morning one. And all Tigers follow the Astros five four last night at the ball yard Tigers putting up all four runs in the fourth. The Astros and Tigers wrap up the three game set one ten this afternoon at the ballpark last night owner Chris Elhage said yes, indeed, his family committed to the long term ownership of the Detroit. Tigers the lions meanwhile, putting the ugliness of Monday night behind. They've got their sights set on the forty Niners..
Hurricane Florence is now a Category 3 storm and is expected to grow more powerful
"Governor Rick Scott offering the help of Florida's emergency responders as hurricane Florence approaches. Our northern neighbors, Scott Florence right now a powerful major hurricane still out there in the Atlantic. But it will be near the Carolinas Thursday, and it will move into the Carolinas. Lots of flooding up there, of course, deal with the storm surge as well the inland flooding, they could get twenty twenty five inches of rain, especially if it stalls out some so that'll be grabbing headlines, of course throughout the week. It's not coming here. We never. Wish a storm on anyone's who our thoughts, of course, are up in the Carolinas for later this week. Scott. We are watching more things out there as well. Hurricane Isaac and hurricane Helene Helena's close to Africa that one should stay out to sea. But we always watch out for changes Isaac will move into the Caribbean. Very sensitive to that area that was impacted by Maria and Irma last year it should be a category. One hurricane as it approaches, the lesser Antilles, and then once it gets into the Caribbean. There are some signs it will weaken. But I still don't know what will happen past five days. So that'll be an area. We'll be watching and another Blau popped up in the Caribbean. That will move into the Gulf of Mexico could develop further, but that'll be moving
"twenty five inches" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Certainly am been discussing conference foes she was doesn't do a senior tory grandee recently about how much you'd have to win such by and the answer came back just by one vote she said that she agreed in other words she's ready for one she's really to win by the narrowest of margins and still hang on because the undertow party rules if you do confidence votes and you can't do another one free year so a botched attempts to come after her now would ironically strengthen rather than weedon her because it means you would be secure from those who want to go on the departy for another year that's the way i do think you be attempted because the twenty five inches would needs to know but they would be able to take her out with this and i don't think they've anything like the numbers for that in the moments james we also read over the weekend that may have been lining up replacements can we expect an early appointment to the row we might not get a replacement what i think it's entirely possible but number tad might cheeses simply bring the brexit negotiations in house wrong and then attempting to put somebody else into that role i mean there was one one silver lining tonight which is in recent weeks various people who know brussels much better idea sesame but with enough resignation might help to resume i because it would show brussels she really wants stretching let's go elastic as far as it would go and that continues in knocking back her demands was openly going to bring her down and maybe the eu dealing with somebody but they'd rather not deal with so i think that that's looking to ones over lining number ten i can see but i think an twenty four hours on hugely in patrice my this is undoubtedly the biggest crisis shaves vice since she lost majority in the general election and she is now on the huge huge pressure and say that what does this mean for friday's cheka deal will as things stand i think that deal is pretty robust sure jacob mortgage saying she's got to revise it navigates david davis has gone but look at you hasn't called luca to is now backing her and mike who go andrea led some some of the most forceful loudest voices for exits are now backing her compromise and remains to be seen what johnson's going to be i mean we also read over the weekend the boris's allies are saying that he didn't quit because he's still fighting for good brexit deal as he can if he quit you wouldn't be able to argue for that brexit deal in government and that if you were to quit that would be a worse breaks in other words boorda's has made the strategic decision and i think that's why i think we're going to get that much of a kind of indiana against theresa may i think we'll get impress one of the resignation and that i don't think now is the time to go for it's also you would wait until theresa may putzer deal to the eu and then see what they do now if she does take the chequered steel to michelle barnea and he says okay as pretty well but i would like free movement as well and she agrees to that that is the point where you could expect mass resignations from a cabinet so because the negotiation isn't over yet i think other people like boris who may well resign are keeping that option open so they can continue to influence because once you're out you're out and you know more influence and fazer finally david davis has just released his resignation that what does it say and what does it mean he said he's fed up with the concessions and he thinks this was a concession to so far specifically he says he thoughts back in february that the agreed on the right to diverge in other words that after brexit bringing we'll be free to send its own various trading standards for his goods but right now under theresa may's new deal she wants to stay in the customs union for goods which means a week sent e you laws that was his personal red line and that the end of it he says well i can give you into range quotes here he says that i am it's it seems to me that the national interest requires a secretary of state but his enthusiastic believer in the approach a not merely reluctant conscript in other words he's saying that everybody knows he.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Two foot long tapeworm in his by twenty five inches long living being inside him eating the food that he had already i mean you understand now that show i didn't know it was pregnant right but that is that moment where you go tapeworm is the male variety would actually watch at least a couple of i didn't know attitude you could i don't know god just but here's so here's what happened he he started feeling bad are you flip beerbaum no problem yeah college yeah like gravity botches like what 20foothigh gravity i can do college you think you can live with the tapeworm in your about i'm fine i gotta brothers gonna make spring break a lot easier so he shits this thing out when the time comes right and that must have been an experience it's too along its orange and it's coming out of your butt and then he face times with his mom which by the way that's on facetime whenever one of that's the moment as apparent where you're like oh i still have to be a parent even though they're a college like we think about this all the time like man we parent all the time we're doing a lot of parenting today it's a lot of parenting happening today all throughout the day i'm tired at night we're not because my work because i did some serious asp parenting when your kids go to college relations his mom on a facetime call this in the toilet and she says you better go the trainer and a have him fix you which is also a weird thing for a mom to say maybe she was done with parenting right yes she's john.
Subtropical storm Alberto moving slowly over northwestern Caribbean Sea
"Sr news i'm gordon griffin store moving slowly through the caribbean sea is threatening to bring heavy rainfall mudslides and flash floods two parts of mexico cuba florida and the us gulf coast this weekend sub tropical storm alberto the first named storm of the two thousand eighteen hurricane season was roiling parts of the coastal mexico and cuba with rip currents and dangerous surf on friday both countries issued tropical storm watches for portions of their coastlines with rain totals and some isolated areas with up to twenty five inches police say the female female student wounded in suburban indianapolis school shooting is in critical condition the teacher who was also wounded is in good condition noblesville police lieutenant bruce barnes said that the girl was airlifted to an indianapolis hospital barnes the teacher has twenty nine year old jason seem at noblesville this is sr news i'm brian kurtz president of aip financial.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT
"Can be reached at four eight zero two eight to twenty two oh eight and he lives in our turkey but priest in southern is not too far away that's pretty close to the sixty and the i ten in tempe and he'll you call them and then he you and him a we meet at the car and then go from there hi i'm got to item one of them is a couple of roles flex tubing three quarter inch white i've got some large wooden shutters that are forty seven and a half inch high their assorted sizes let's see four of them are nineteen inches wide two of them are sixteen inches wide and two of them are twenty five inches wide there are two large frames is they want them otherwise i've used some of them and i just lay them out on the floor and attached together and made them sit the windows that got the knin but there are leftovers and i'd like to just get rid of him than anybody that wants to come by and fix them up are welcome to them all right so in the two roles of aqua aqua flex three quarter inch tubing you said okay how did you say flex or pex x p e x okay okay you know what they're talking about and how much do you want for those brie anybody that can use them i'm just trying to get things cleaned up and the plex is a three quarter inch and and the ain't she said it's a decks and could it be p l e x by chance px okay okay maybe i'm wrong about that we have packs in our in our place up north okay.
Mammoth Mountain, India and Santa Monica discussed on Wake Up Call
"Fly infestation the fly problem is so bad va officials have been reportedly forced to postpone eightythree surgery since november of two thousand sixteen va officials have also installed fly lights and more than two hundred traps around the facility the hospital's chief of staff and others have even complained about the bugs and at least one doctor claims the va retaliated against him and suspended him because he spoke out about the problem in a statement the va said if found zero evidence of harm to patients because of these flies but officials close operating rooms as a precaution the agency says it's also working to make sure this doesn't happen again monica rix kfi news a late season snowstorm has dropped a few inches at mammoth mountain the small storm tuesday bumped up the resorts obey step to fifty inches at the main lodge one hundred twenty five inches at the summit resort says it's going to stay open through at least memorial day last year mammoth didn't close until early august so a little snow is good but a lot of rain is bad a powerful rainstorm in india has killed at least seventy two people wind speeds reached eighty miles per hour yesterday in agra home of the taj mahal the storm toppled trees and houses and some people were killed by lightening strikes the storm is unusual because monsoon season is still six weeks away the world health organization says air pollution kills around seven million people a year the u n health agency estimates about half of the pollution deaths in two thousand sixteen were caused by dirty household cooking fuels the other main cause is ambient air pollution which is worst in large cities the who's latest report says nearly all of the fifteen most polluted cities on earth are in india an eighty year old man is facing hate crime charges don't know if you saw this yet but he went on a racist rant against a woman in a parking lot in santa monica so what set him off a little appears to be a spat over a parking spot you can check out the video with the heavy bleeping at kfi am six forty dot com keyword wakeup call very excited about this the dead pool truck come into.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Why denver over what other option you had 'cause you call it man you told me you told me there during the super bowl week that i should go to denver that that the city of great i really appreciate that vice man it was it was perfect okay but could i've convince her to go to arizona to if that actually may have been you've been saying zona because all the the good golf courses they're about ever since i've been here man this great golf here and there's a there's a lot of great stuff here man we've organization is incredible man i mean the city of denver a lot of outdoor stuff that my wife and i love to do it's a beautiful place man and i mean heck dump twenty five inches of snow in minnesota we're leaving then we came here into some shine and so it's always a good time you're gonna get snow out there though case just letting you know we're gonna get a lot of snow there did elway recruit you no i mean it was kinda all happened before you know before the free agency you know during the what do you call it the legal tampering you know happened during that so i wasn't even talking anybody did you know at the super bowl when i talked to you where you were going no no i definitely didn't okay you know when you're what's it like though when you you leave a team and then you're going in there and you got other quarterbacks the awkwardness of going in there where you're you're the new kid on the first day of school or is it awkward.
Stephen Hawking, Cambridge professor and theoretical physicist, dead at 76
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from REI. What is your? But that's the question REI co. Op is asking this season with gear classes, expert advice and adventure trips REI can help you overcome any excuses to find your way outside. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly a special congressional election in southwest. Pennsylvania remains too close to call this morning. Kathleen Davis with member station W E ASA in Pittsburgh says absentee ballots are still being counted at about one AM spokesman for Republican, Rick sa- cone told reporters, the candidate would not be making a statement as he trailed behind by about six hundred votes. This was minutes after his opponent, democrat, Connor lamb gave a victory speech at his age Q earlier in the night. Succumbed said, his campaign would fight until the end to win. This is a district that President Donald Trump won by twenty points. That's Kathleen Davis with member station W ESA the congressional seat was left open after the resignation of Republican congressman Tim Murphy. This is the day high school students across the US or planning to walk out of their classrooms. NPR's Jeff Brady says the protests come one month. After a deadly shooting at a high school in south Florida. The protests will last seventeen minutes. One minute for each victim of the shooting at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and Silverton Oregon students say they're event will be a silent protest, but senior Elijah rock check atop says, fellow students have already been talking in the community about limiting access to guns. We've made our message very clear and that message is that we want safer schools, but the way we believe in doing that is having less access to guns in schools rather than more. Some students could face penalties for walking out of class, though many school administrators have said students won't be punished as long as they return when the seventeen minutes is over Jeff Brady NPR news, the children of world renowned physicist, Stephen hawking, or describing their father as a great scientist and an extraordinary man hawking died today in Cambridge, England at age, seventy six NPR's. Joe palca says, hawking live for more than fifty years with the disease usually considered fatal. Stephen hawking was. Born on January eighth nineteen. Forty two at the age of twenty one. He was diagnosed with motor neuron disease, better known in America as a L S or Lou Gehrig's disease doctors estimated he had two years to live, although his illness kept him in a wheelchair and made him unable to speak. He nonetheless defied expectations and established a reputation as one of the world's great physicists making key contributions about the nature of black holes and the basic physical laws of the universe. He spent his professional career at the university of Cambridge in England. Hocking had puckish sense of humor appearing as himself in the cartoon programs futurama and the Simpsons as well as on the TV series Star Trek. The next generation, his book, a brief history of time was a bestseller. Joe palca NPR news, Washington areas of New England or digging out from two feet of snow. The national weather service says dairy, New Hampshire received twenty five inches from this latest storm to hit the northeast. This is NPR news from Washington. The parents of a slain Democratic Party staffer are suing the Fox News channel over a retracted story from last may it linked the dead man to leaks of thousands of party emails. NPR's David Folkenflik reports on the federal lawsuit filed by the parents of Seth rich. This story claimed investigators had linked Seth rich to the democratic emails posted publicly by WikiLeaks during the twenty sixteen campaign. The story also strongly suggested Rich's death might have been tied to those emails though Washington DC police force says it believes the murder was a botched robbery and US intelligence agencies attribute the hack two people working on behalf of the Russian government FOX retracted. The story after now cry from people, including the stories chief named source. But there has been no apology, no explanation and no punishment known for those involved reporter melas Imerman remains at the network. She's a defendant in the lawsuit, too. So said brutality, a Trump supporter who helped to orchestrate the story behind the scenes box news. Headed at no comment due to the fact that was pending litigation, David Folkenflik, NPR news, New York. There's a clemency hearing today in Georgia for a death row inmate sect for set for execution. Tomorrow Carlton, Gary's lawyers say newly discovered. Evidence proves he did not kill three women in Columbus in nineteen seventy seven, Gary is known as the stocking strangler. He would be the first inmate put to death in the state. This year. It's been a down day for stocks in Asia and all say, investors were reacting to President Trump's decision to fire secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the political uncertainty it might bring. I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington.
Puppy dies after United flight attendant forces it to ride in overhead bin
"Center with wsb's top stories this half hour polls have closed in pennsylvania's special congressional election between republican rick saccone and democrat connor lamb the outcome could offer signs of what's to come in november's midterm elections snowfall totals are climbing in the northeast as the third powerful nor'easter in two weeks pounds the region in new hampshire the national weather service says twenty five inches of snow was report was reported tuesday night near dairy united airlines is apologizing after a flight attendant told a woman to put her family's dog in the overhead compartment at the end of the three hour flight from houston to new york the french bulldog was dead the passenger had to carry the animal's corpse off the plane abc snooze aviation contributor john nance tells us this is not the way things are supposed to be done it all my years of flying i have never heard of a flight attendant asking or forcing somebody to put an animal on the overhead bin eighteen animals died while being transported by united airlines last year at carried one hundred thirty eight thousand three of animals dying hurt or lost more than twice that of its competitors there was a surprise and opening statements at the texts macgyver murder trial the state says everything takes mcivor did was calculated right down to how he held the gun inside a grocery bag when he shot diane they point out he told a whopping six different stories about how the shooting actually happened including that he was cleaning the gun at the time the defense insists it was accidental due texas sleeping disorder asking jurors not to infer anything about why nobody called nine one one as diane macgyver sat there writhing in pain from gunshot wsb's for radical waters police fairly and canine units have spent a fifth day searching for any sign of a missing cobb county man police found twenty five year old david blake's car an overflow flow lot near kennesaw national battle park has keys were still in the cup holder and.
"twenty five inches" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"I don't view this as a threat i view it as a challenge this is a incident that no one has ever seen it is more than catastrophic there are no words to speak we had an ocean yesterday and we're continuing in that ocean this is a statement about america and whether we will build infrastructure in housing and we restore people's lives i believe the speaker and certainly my democratic leadership that has called me all ready to move and eighth package i think the real question is the president united states has to be part of that leadership with a commitment not to shut this government down i expect a bipartisan vote on restoring this swath of devastation that is not finishing today it's continuing it's going to be tuesday wednesday and thursday we don't know how much more damage are going to face right now city hall is under underwater we haven't had that vast impact in jurisdictions for a long time i know there were many that experienced it but they were able to recover and get back on their feet at least even though it took a long time we're not even able to be at the recovery stage because we're still in the rescue hurricane stage it is still raining i think the hurricane harvey rain a package is going to have to succeed if america is going to be what america is and that is a place that rescues people and restores people that's my challenge to the united states congress is to work together in unity to make this work you've heard v forecast another twenty five inches of rain is coming to your city what's your biggest concern.