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Georgia to Allow Six Companies to Legally Produce, Distribute Medical Cannabis Oil
"Announcing the awards for the state's marijuana licenses tomorrow to access to Medical Cannabis Commission will reveal the names of the six applicants out of some 70 that applied at a public hearing in Walker County, according to the Rome News Tribune. The winners will grow the marijuana, make the cannabis oil and sell it to eligible patients, and it can't happen soon enough. The state legalized THC oil and products for people with certain illnesses in 2015, but provided no way for them to access it. In Georgia. It's still expected to take another year before the new state supervised grow. Operations are up and running that CNN's Shelby Lynne
"walker county" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Citing plenty of parents who are forced to choose between work and their kids. Because the pandemic, the New Jersey time to care coalition has released recommendations for state lawmakers. We can expand our New Jersey paid leave laws and programs, we can strengthen worker's job protections and we can increase access to fair work. Scheduling key federal protections for working parents are currently set to expire at the end of the year. And America's most wanted fugitive held in the Ocean County jail on a murder charge now faces more problems after authorities say they found about 1000 images of child porn on his phone. The Asbury Park Press has 44 year old Angelo Grinchy of Berkeley, has been jailed in the fatal stabbing of a seaside heights man. Now he's charged with possession of child porn in addition to murder Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is seeking to shut down any Senate effort to support President Trump's extended assault on the election. During a private call Tuesday he one Republican senators not to join a January floor fight in Congress over the electoral college results. McConnell is trying to unite a fraction Republican Party ahead of Georgia run off elections that will determine Senate control. Think food trucks but for haircuts, mobile barbershops and hair salons could be the future in New Jersey, after a Senate committee this week endorsed a bill sponsored by Senator Mike Testa that would set up rules for setting up such shops on wheels. Obviously, there will always be a demand for brick and mortar facilities, but mobile units will have their place bringing personal care to clients with busy schedules who appreciate the accessibility. Master says mobile facilities but also provide philanthropic opportunities for the business owners, too vulnerable populations such as the homeless and elderly who are unable to access a brick and mortar location..
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Wednesday with increasing clouds. Another chance of showers on the horizon. Midweek Next week. Got your Alabama Auburn football forecast coming up. Right now, let's check in with Jordan. All right. We're going to take a little ride on 4 59 from McCollough to trust ville out there. So things are looking good, though, as you are travel past 31 as well A 65 and Hoover And passed to 80. Things are in great shape north bound in south down all the way up to the trust. Feel area on 4 59 a couple of quick drive times for you 59 South bonnets and trust field to 4 59. An 11 minute commute and also undermined you guys follow said. W B. R C traffic on Twitter will keep you updated on the road to Chinese. Thank you doing Habitat for humanity and Tuscaloosa. They've now been hit by thieves. Twice since August, Habitat staff noticed a catalytic converter missing from one of their moving trucks Tuesday morning. They already had to replace one earlier this year in that park cost them nearly $3000. It's definitely having an effect on their mission in the community. Well, one part of our viewing area now has some of the fastest Internet in our state and your town could be next sea spire expanded broadband in the Walker County, so Jasper, the first area to log on to this Soon, though there's a much faster Internet service will be connected in trust, Phil Tuscaloosa, Pelham, Halina and Northport Ceasefire says expansion is due in part to work by the Alabama rule Broadband coalition. All right. Well, you may remember this viral video. You see it here of a man in Florida jumping into a pawn to rescue a dog from a gator. Now the dog whose name is gunner has fully recovered and is now Deputy. That's right. The Lee County Sheriff's office in Florida made Gunnar a deputy dog because of his survival instinct obviously had some help. But still, he's now part of the pets on patrol program, which encourages pet owners to be on the lookout. Suspicious activity while out with their animals. Maybe they could make a citizen's arrest. Well as the church lady once said. How convenient the big 10 making some changes to the rules set back in late summer what it could mean for the college football playoff..
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Low fifties wins. Not quiet is windy today, northwesterly at about 5 to 10 MPH. Now there are these cold temperatures caused any delays on the roadways. No, no, Mickey. Looks like we're all good to go this morning. We're checking on things in but I do want to warn you. I was just telling Nicaea had some ice on my car this morning as I got out of the house, so give yourself a little extra time may need to defrost your car before you get out on the road this morning. All right, checking on things, and I 22 eastbound and westbound. Folks coming in from Walker County. Looks like you are in good shape this morning as well as folks traveling on I 65 North Bombers, South bound Coleman County War You Kimberly Garnell, Felton Dale. All those folks in between there you are in great shape. I 65 south from warrior to downtown Looks like the 21 minute commute and 65 south on Calman to the junction, a 42 minute commute this morning, shouting. Toy state troopers are looking for a second vehicle involved in a deadly accident in Coleman County had happened on highway 1 57 in the West Point community. The victim is identified his 20 year old Chloe Williams from this Davey Hills. We're told she hit a pole early Saturday morning and got out of her car. That's when troopers say another vehicle drove by hitting the power line, causing it to break and fall on Williams. State troopers hope someone will come forward with information on the other vehicle. New video from California as crews work to contain a large brush fire in Ventura County officials say they've identified what started this fire. They say the wind blew a.
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Here. The top Bob Seger song that you've thumbed up number three against the wind against the with Way we're running against the wind way Strong way running smooth number two night moves. Yeah. We're getting on a night trying to make some from page driving news. We're getting on a nine moons. Number one old time rock and roll. Just hear more from Bob Seger and similar artists Now search for Bob Seger on my Heart radio. All your favorite music. All your favorite stations all breathe. All right. Good morning to you. We do have a wind advisory to let you know it. Zip lust ary all across our area, and I think it's gonna be that way all day long. Current wind speeds in the teens, but when gas up to Tomo 20 plus MPH, and that makes us tempt readings in the forties. A little cooler this morning feels like it's in the thirties. And as we get into this afternoon, we're actually going to see it looks like our temperatures dropping so we could see our high early on into the low forties, but temperatures dropping and blustery all day long. We might even see some snow flurries today. So, yeah, early signs of winter upon us. We'll talk more about it coming up. In our full forecast for right now, let's go check on traffic with toy. All right, checking on things. 22 traveling eastbound and westbound coming in from Walker County. Carbonell. Jasper, you guys are good to go this morning. Not seen any issues.
"walker county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"H. A S. We're back on Jim. Straighter outdoors. Welcome aboard the numbers tonight, 571. 84 84 1 804 44 84 84 as promised. Got John on hold, John, You're first in. Welcome aboard, sir. Right down. Damn. I'm doing just fine. I hope you're doing well. I'm doing absolutely amazing. I've got a comment first off, and then a question. Um, heading back from the stand with my little eight year old son, Um, didn't kill anything today, but There you are. Just been in time with the youngster in the woods is just absolutely amazing. In my opinion, um, observing God's country and God's creation. Um and I feel us his adult sportsmen and women. Need tol Get the youth out away from the TV screen and the X box. And what have you, um and just ensure the future of our youth and our hunting? Um, that's my comment, And my question is I saw a lot of young does this weekend. Um, yearlings, maybe a year and a half. Um, pretty much just kind of running away from the bucks. Um, didn't see any shooters or mature bucks. I didn't know if you thought that a lot of the mature does our lockdown with the bucks, or if it's just getting ready to get fired up. Um, just want to kind of hear your thoughts on the comment and a question and I will hang up and listen to you, sir. I appreciate you Okay, John, I appreciate you. You're over the reason that we're here. First order of business. Your comments about the youth. And taken to the field and sharing what I consider. One of the most marvelous is Marvelous pieces of heritage that we have. Is very, very important that participated in in every way. I can. One of my mentors took his first buck. With a bow yesterday. Uh, Her gun season. He wanted to kill a deer with a bow. And that meant more to me than any dear. I've killed I could tell you that because he's a very special young man, and I'm very, very proud of what he did. S Oh, absolutely on track with your comments there and the nice thing about the heritage. In the sport of hunting in sports of hunting and fishing. And yes, I should say Is that they're good for 8 80 beyond so there's something that Teaches you reverence for the Lord and an appreciation of nature. And those are things that I think we need to really, really pay attention to, um Your comments about the deer the There is no lock down. We're not even near locked down. Yet the does the majority of does or not in heat yet. So what you're seeing is young bucks pushing These other does around the mature does in your particular situation. Very well could be Uh, Reticent to show themselves because the bucks have been harassing them. They're pushing him around The young bucks, especially Engaged in that behavior right now, but the big ones are seeking And they are definitely checking him out. And there's been a ton of big bucks killed already. I've checked with some of the processors and taxidermist and and it's it's game on. But The best is yet to come. I think the majority of the does will come into heat this coming week and it'll be staggered over the next two weeks. And I think it's gonna be an awesome time to be in the woods. So That's my read, and that's what I'd like to hear from some of you other folks that The Bucks have swollen necks. They've been fighting. They're ready. They're ready to breathe. It's the does that have got to be dragged into this and I fully expect this full moon Tol help Dr. The extra cycle going forward, so Stay tuned. It's gonna be special. Let's go to Doug. Yes, Doug Europe. Hello. Hey, hello for Michigan. Well, great whereabouts. Well, we have 300 acres in shy Walker County, which is a little bit east, finally northeast of Lansing, Nero Watch. Oh, okay, and we We've got about of the 300 acres We got properly..
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of those who normally dropped Changing the kettle's this year because of the pandemic isn't gonna be able to do that this year. So the whole environment in which we're doing our kettle season has changed and we really need the community to stand with us. There are new ways to donate now, including a code on each kettle sign that you can scam with your phone. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news Now back to your host in for J T. Here's John mounts. And thank you, Leah. This is Alabama's morning news. As she mentioned I'm John mounts and filling in for J. T for another day. Don't worry all the news traffic and whether you need including this story, um Woman in Walker County. You've probably heard about this. This is the latest on it. But if you hadn't well, a woman in Walker County in Nabu, she's a She's a 35 year old mother of four. Her name was Ruthie Mae Brown. She was savagely mauled to death by dogs. I said dogs plural, and the thing was, these weren't wild dogs. Grow intents and purposes. They might well have been wild dogs. They were somebody's pets. Somebody actually kept these animals as I I used finger quotes your pets up there in the novel area, and this wasn't the first time these dogs have been on a rampage, according to reports from neighbors they had attacked. Let's see Ah postal worker they had attacked a census worker. They Quote, terrorized the community. These dogs are savage and these people kept these dogs as pets. These people knew that these dogs were not Good animals. There's these were and you could say, I've heard this before. There's no such thing as bad dogs. There's bad owners and okay, that may be true. Thies owners might be terrible owners, terrible people because they knew that these dogs were were like this and they continue to let them Run in Rome and do what they did now. You could argue that the owners were, um that maybe they were unaware. But reports have said that they have been uncooperative in earlier matters where police have tried to confront him about these dogs and Unwilling to do anything, and now something like this has happened. It's pretty much the worst thing you could imagine when you think about you've heard of people getting bit by a dog. But this wasn't just bit. This was killed by Doll, four dogs and you have to wonder where they where they train to be like this because I can't imagine. I can't imagine having animals as pets that could kill people. I don't know what breed it is And I'm not gonna go into the hole. Well, this breed is bad of that breed is bad. I think I'm going to stay with my original statement. You know, bad patch. You have bad owners and these air really bad owners. So In fact, this death remains part of an ongoing criminal investigation by the Walker County Sheriff's office. No charges have yet been filed. But if you've got information about a dog attack in the novel area, you're being asked to call the authorities at 205. 3026464. That's two of 53026464. And this is Alabama's morning news. I'm John mounts filling in.
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"In a white car swerving close to another car that forces it into an 18 Wheeler and then goes over the bridge, killing the driver. This happened on October the sixth on I 2059 if you do believe you may recognize that white car police are asking you to call Birmingham police or Crimestoppers. Now, Tio, just a horrific story coming out of Walker County Sheriff's deputies were investigating after a woman was killed by a pack of dogs on Jagger rode. It happened yesterday afternoon. Around two o'clock. Deputies say they've captured some of the dogs. No. They're now seeking information about any previous dog attacks in that area. If you have any information, call the Walker County Sheriff's Office. We're working to get you Maurin formacion about the woman who was attacked. On your side this morning with information about new jobs coming to two different areas. International automotive components group expanding in the state. The automotive parts company plans to invest more than $55 million and expansion projects at their facilities and cottontail and in Anniston, so this will create more than 100 jobs at the Cottontail facility and more than 60 jobs at the Aniston. Location. The music program at Jacksonville State University, has a new home this morning J issues president and its board of trustees cutting the ribbon on Mason Hall on Monday. This comes more than two years after the building was damaged when a tornado ripped through the campus back in 2018. Music programs. Department head says These were innovations actually working out a lot better than a whole new building. We couldn't come close to getting what we have in a brand new building. For what this cost. It was just quite a bargain. And, of course, the part that we're in right now. We happen to be in the student lounge. This part of the building is a completely new addition to the building. Before this students were having to use space in the nursing school and even the football stadium to practice and update this morning on the state of Alabama's cares. Act money. Alabama still has around $70 million left over from the 270 million coming from the federal government. 100 million of that is being used on Chromebooks for students, 30 million being used on Internet connectivity and 70 million on health and wellness. Well, what about the other 70 Million with some education advocates say they want to spend the money what's left on hazard pay for teachers. Lawmakers, though, say it's not that simple. That gets ah little dicey when it comes to the federal law and complying with the federal law. What we cannot afford to do is spend the money and then have the Department of Treasury, which sets the rules for the spending of the money. Come back and say no Alabama you could not spend that under the law. For hazard pay for teachers, then we would have to reimburse the federal government out of our state dollars. Senator or says it's more likely that the state spends that last 70 million on more devices and software programs. Well, the Alabama Crimson Tide moving forward this week after that emotional win over Georgia. Alabama will be traveling to Knoxville on Saturday to play an improved balls team. But Tennessee still has its moments. Alabama's own this series of late. In fact, the tide hasn't lost to the volunteers since 2006 something, coach statement says. We'll make the volunteers play even harder. We're going to see Ah good team and They play their best against us. They beat good teams this year when they played well and they're very capable. I would expect that kind of effort from you. Evolves began the year ranked in the top 25 with high hopes.
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"C And Alabama and welcome back in this morning on this, UH Thursday. Good to have you with us, and you definitely don't need to grab that umbrella. There's a lot of rain happening in our area, and this is all remnants of beta right minutes. Exactly right. The system continues to the center of circulation with it over in Mississippi right now, But it's bringing the rain pumping it right out of the Gulf of Mexico moved across our area, so a wet day today and could prove to be a stormy day. Today more into this afternoon and evening with that storm potential, But the rain is already falling 61 degrees at the Birmingham airport, 57 in our new camera there into Walker County, so fifties to sixties to get you started here today, And here comes the rain again. We have Some heavier showers there in the mill, Lamar County. Right now, with some of the heaviest stuff still coming out of Mississippi. And there you see down through Pickens County, some showers and over into Talladega County down through silicon GE Talladega Pell City and start to taper off a little bit into Shelby County. But Mohr rain to come. We've had some flash flooding over in the Mississippi and we can't rule out that potential today into our area. Look All that mass of rain coming through central Mississippi right now, So we do have a flash flood watch, but it's mainly for northern tier of counties. Today we could get Maybe two inches of rain, seeing our potential rainfall, inch and a half maybe two inches into our northern tier of county. So just a heads up on that. And, uh, today storm outlook shows really from noon time today. Until about 10 P.m.. We have the potential for maybe some gusty winds can't rule out a brief tornado spin up that could occur so it's right along 2059. Southward for this afternoon into tonight. Here's the next 24 hours and you can see it's periodic with the rainfall. It'll be on again and off again all throughout the day. But when it is on its on we've got some heavy showers and thunderstorms. It could come into Walker County. This is showing at around three PM that shows Jefferson County impacted by that as well, some isolated cells down through Coosa County. And then our evening rush hour shows some pretty heavy rain right through the I 65 corridor, maybe a little further to the East at five PM and things finally quiet down as we make it into tonight, so rain and thunderstorms if you're headed well, Tio, South Alabama to cheer on the USB blazers as they take on Yusa. That's going to be kick off at 6 30 this evening. Rain chances diminish a great deal as we get into tonight, So if you're going with the Blazers have good time and we've got your sideline forecast for Friday. Sideline for Friday. You can see the rain chances tapering off for tomorrow looks pretty good with mostly cloudy skies. Let's get to our first alert extended forecast and we're going to show that good 90% chance of not only rain. But the potential exists for some strong storms. So first alert heads up for this afternoon. Then things really taper off as we get into the weekend. Well Saturday, anyway, we start to see a 30% chance of rain. Return for Sunday and some isolated showers taking us into early next week..
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"With what you need to know before they head back to class. All right. Welcome in everyone. It is 5 A.m.. Good morning. I'm Janice Rogers and I might have a lot to get to. We're gonna start with your weather and boy, it is felt so good. So you make you make it It. It really does. It feels absolutely wonderful outside just to carry over from yesterday. It is a little bit warmer in some areas this morning. We have still mostly clear skies to get the day started. But Birmingham for examples at 71 degrees, and that's far cry from where we were yesterday in the sixties, but we have had some areas drop into the fifties like into Walker County. 59 degrees in Jasper Low sixties into Winston and Marion counties in Shelby County 69 degrees And low to mid sixties over into east Alabama. So a little bit more variety than what we saw yesterday. Attempt readings today warming up probably into the low eighties in the 10 o'clock hour from there with mostly sunny skies this morning. We should see temperatures by noontime reach 86 degrees. A few more clouds this afternoon coming in from the East. And we're looking at highs today near 90 degrees. That's quick. Look at what's going on an update on when we could see rain again in just a moment. Here is toy Thornton with traffic. All right for my Shelby County folks, you can roll down those windows and taking the breeze because you have a nice and smooth commute. You could take a look at I 65 North bound heading into the downtown junction. You are all Good. Let's look at your drive town from Shelby County Airport. Looks like 23.
Atlanta - Man arrested in Nashville for 25-year cold case murder of Georgia man
"Nearly 26 years after the murder of the North Georgia man. There's been an arrest in the cold case. WSB is Jennifer Perry with detail. It was the longest unsolved murder case in Walker County 54 year old Jaye. Is. Richard Harris was found dead beside his pickup truck on December 22nd 1994. He'd been robbed and killed before leaving for work that morning. Now, investigators say they've arrested his former co worker, Robert Allen Mallory, in Tennessee, the G B. I says Mallory was linked to the case in 2009, but they didn't have enough evidence to arrest him until now.
"walker county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"So we're getting information that they were to have this thing Sunday in Brookfield and there was some conversation about black lives matter's protesters showing up to counter protest if they cancel it well that's extraordinarily weak kneed position to take it all the anyway so what this does now explains what we were I was going with it so I I I look at this post this this patch to dispatch and it says the Waukesha county Republican Party posted this on their Facebook said so I went to the Facebook site I didn't see the post so I called the Walker county Republican Party got voicemail did leave a message because it said well send us an email about respond to that so I email them say Hey I see this this is in this this patched online posting is this event going on and if so where it's advertised no response from the Republican Party of Waukesha county so about an hour ago I leave them be it voicemail message saying Hey get back to me on this would you nothing crickets others so apparently it's not going on is that what you're what you're telling me well this is the the three people and now called into the radio station to say that this is this is has been canceled classes well that's tremendously disappointing and I'd be curious to get some comment if it is a some official from the Republican Party of Waukesha county they'd like to come on the air and explained the rationale behind cancelling this I'd be very curious to find out exactly what that what that rationale might be so anyway there's all of that we're gonna talk about the the the lack of support for for police these days the whole thing going on in Seattle I'm it whether or not businesses that were destroyed by writing whether or not they're going to rebuild I think that's it that's an open question and I think there are some lessons in history in the not too recent past of the last fifty years or so this suggests that some of these businesses may never come back and who ultimately is hurt by that so that's the continued foot dragging by the IFRS administration on a plan to re open Wisconsin schools in the fall I want to talk a little bit about what's been going on in the stock market you know losing eighteen hundred points yesterday regaining nearly five hundred today but I think it's tied to something that no one else is trying to try to offer you some insight on that we'll get an update on the the masking behavior of the general public and wear masks are prevalent in whether or not to make some observations that and much more on today's program I wanted to begin the program however by talking about here's the title of this topic Tony YVR is is an empty vessel yeah that should not be surprising for those of you who've heard me on this radio station for the last twelve holidays eva's been on the scene since mid twenty eighteen what it wanted he ran the primaries right so August to June July August of twenty eighteen so it's been almost a couple of years I mean he was the head of DP I for a long time and an elected official but certainly the more prominent political position he's had as governor his public persona has been elevated since summer of twenty eighteen and when he was running and when I substituted on the air for the regular host on this radio station I made a statement consistently after Iverson won the nomination in the statement I made was Tony YVR is is not dangerous because of his ideas and the reason Tony YVR is is not dangerous because of his ideas is that Tony Evers doesn't have ideas of his own generally and this is not something unusual for somebody who's been a functionary in a bureaucratic structure for decades that's what Tony was it works for the department of public instruction he was the head of the P. I. for several companies has elected to that that office three at least I know of maybe three do you work in the education bureaucracy basically your credit generally are not conceptual types they don't have ideas they execute the concepts and plans put in place by others that's a generalized statement not always the case but generally true I said at the time back in twenty eighteen I said two things first of all a lot of people are underestimating Tony version as they do not underestimate the ability of Wisconsinites to elect relatively benign boring Democrats as governor and I offered Pat Lucey and Tony Earl and others as evidence of that but the second thing is as I mentioned Tony was isn't a danger to yeah the growth and stability of the state of Wisconsin based on his ideas it's the fact that he doesn't have ideas that's the dangerous part the dangerous part is that even his is generally an empty vessel and the question then is what fills the vessel no my understanding of Madison insiders capital insiders in the wake of your selection when he began to fill out his administrative posts is his cabinet his inner circle of advisers even some Democrats were surprised by how lefty some of the individuals were that he was appointed that he went to the more extreme left side of the political spectrum in the state of Wisconsin to fill out his administration I know a lot of Republicans we all were gnashing their teeth over this but even some Democrats are raising their eyebrows going Jeez this is Eric extreme what we now know through various actions that eve is taken that the empty vessel of levers is being filled by the ideas of some of the more radical lefties in the political arena here in the state of Wisconsin.
"walker county" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"One it's the accurate mortgage talking text line I think both of Waukee police department and the Walker county sheriff's department have given the the protests of the last week they've given the protesters a lot of world they they've given a lot of leeway and I don't have a problem with that and its result I think the protesters have by and large been well behaved you know you have some of these Jack wagons were throwing bricks through windows like we talked about just a minute but that's that's been a a small percentage so that they've had a lot of leeway I do think though there's times that you have to draw a line yesterday you had a couple hundred protesters that decided they were going to March down seven ninety four the freeway and then try to March over the whole bridge and they were met by a show of police that didn't allow them to do that yes they used tear gas to disperse the crowd I don't have a problem with it I think you have to draw lines of one of the lines is we're not going to allow people to scroll down the freeway in large groups show on the south side Julian W. T. M. J. thanks for taking my call yeah I agree with you they have no business and that way that that's your that's almost ridiculous that you know like I told your screener I'm a Democrat from a tell you right now the way things are going correct after your American community it's going to take a loss on this thing because all the good people and there's a lot of the people there but there might be somebody you guys at night or on the rocks through windows in the movie our young African American males now is African American male is white males that are doing it too and it's white females I mean this is detective yeah I love you guys ninety round here that's cool I agree with you on that but the thing is his name is beginning to backfire on the whole reason they did it yeah all because you know I mean I see I see no I I I mean that there is a fine line at some point in time I think in general most of us first of all I think everybody looks at what happened in Minneapolis last a week ago Monday and has to be appalled by that and and I think most of us understand that you know things like that to the extent where talk about this a little later to that extent that that represents some some flaw of the system and we need to make changes and I think most if not all of us I hope are are sympathetic to that people should not die in police custody under those sort of circumstances and actually I mean the way you do affect change and I am a child of the sixties and seventies I mean I remember all those protests and stuff and that is one of the ways to call attention to things now this is a more nebulous sort of thing or what what exactly you know what exactly are we trying to accomplish its not like they were protesting to in the war in Vietnam so this more nebulous but nevertheless I I I express my understand that there is a lot about reaches out there and people are expressing this and I'm all in favor of this but I agree with you to the extent that you have I don't know people that decide Hey we're we're gonna move this off of the streets on the freeways we're going to have a a small percentage but still nevertheless the percentage of people who are going to use the the the protest as an excuse to riot and loot and break in and there's like a story I might talk about a little bit later about how they caught all these people in some of the shoe stores and that that it was like let's let's go shopping here it is two o'clock in the morning you know we're in the shoe stores let's see how many expensive pairs of shoes that we can end up stealing and I appreciate that's a distinct minority of the number of protesters were out there but to your point I I do agree the more the more that goes on the more it becomes a self defeating premise because you know most most people I don't care I don't care whether you're white or black or brown or green or whatever the most people I think you're gonna look at this and say Hey this this this looting the burning arson the destruction of businesses businesses by the way owned by white people black people Hispanic people and and all sorts of other people you know all those different businesses ending up getting looted and vandalized you know it's it detracts from what is the major purpose Derek in Milwaukee director until the T. M. J. good afternoon all right thanks for taking my call when I wanted to thank you for characterizing most of these protesters is peaceful I think that there are important and that there is a reason for the anger so I think you definitely agree there I just wanted to add to the conversation you know I can see people being angry about the the freeways but there was a second gas attack on a city street yesterday that was covered by local reporters some of whom are asking for body cam footage because there were these allegations of Molotov cocktails that Michael there did not see so I would like to bring that into the dialogue as well that there wasn't just the this this freeway issue there was a party of what some consider pretty aggressive on tape seen on walk the city streets by police the gap in their own residence and is a veteran of our you know four mortars I personally know that he gathered for the annual convention convention not allow even for these kind of casting so it's something that is not just to be taken lightly I think in the broader context of what we're talking about so leave my comments at the bottom of what the card now you're you're you're there was a there was a second you're you're exactly right what happened is the the police say somebody threw a Molotov cocktail which is a a bottle filled with gasoline that you stick something in your life so it it did not go off and and that as a result of that they didn't use tear gas to disperse the crowd people say we will wait and see fire bombed the police say yeah because it didn't go off and and and that's and that that's all a matter of it's under investigation again I think in general there there has been restraint use by the by the police and by and large the the different protests have have been peaceful so I think tear gas is something that you use it is kind of a last resort at the same time though I go back to my basic premise for this you got to stay off the freeway and I really have no sympathy for the people that were decided they were going to do that and the people that will lead them on to the the free ways here I'm Jeff I think they needed to be so there's a good number text Jeff they needed to be stopped he should not be on the freeway it is dangerous and it is reckless Jeff it's illegal to walk on the freeway I agree with the sheriff for pushing them back Jeff what happens when the ambulance can't get through and someone passes away who ends up being held responsible Jeff did we not learn anything from the tanker truck almost running over hundreds of protestors in Minneapolis impromptu freeway protests are too dangerous for all involved yeah that was the story for memory yesterday I think it happened two days ago but what happened is there there's a truck that gets on the freeway and almost hits a bunch of protesters and the police to the investigation and it wasn't somebody trying to run down protesters it was somebody driving a truck that's driving on the freeway not expecting to see all sorts of people walking down the freeway and so you had all this but the bottom line is I think restraint needs to be appropriate in Madison we're gonna talk about that just a couple minutes I think local officials completely and totally lost control the streets for several days that has not been in the case in Milwaukee I think the protesters deserve credit for that I think the police deserve credit for that but there are limits and to me again one of those limits is if you decide to take it from the streets of Milwaukee instructor parade down the freeway law enforcement whether it's walking police said the sheriff's department has to say enough is enough they did that last night and they did the right thing back with more just a minute this is Jeff Wagner W. T. M. J. stay tuned Jeff.
"walker county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Plus dozens gather in Birmingham to stand against the death of a black man in police custody in Minneapolis and on your way WBRC fox six news at ten good evening we start today with another big jump in covert cases in Alabama the state adding nearly five hundred new cases bringing the total number to sixteen thousand five hundred and thirty five hundred ninety one folks in the state have died that is eight more deaths that we are monitoring this time last night and health experts say a rise in cases those blue bars that were going off it's often because we're doing more testing what I state health officer Dr Scott here is warning that's not the reason we're seeing cases jump in Walker county were they've added more than a hundred in just the past week we also know when we're taking a hot spot that has occurred there and so she did with the business in Walker county we've had dozens of cases associated with that the health department has been involved in working with the business there in reaching out to the community that's been affected by that so there's absolutely an increase in the rate of cases another concern is Tuscaloosa county mayor Walt Maddox reporting eighty three people at DCH being treated for covert nineteen almost doubling that number the last four days but he says he's not ready yet to announce any new orders or restrictions the city needs your help all the executive orders in the world can compel people ultimately to do the right thing Bruce has some health officials worried about a potential second wave twice this week in Alabama we hit highs of new.
"walker county" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Touchdowns and unfortunately some calls reported by a virgin see managers back in Alabama we're looking at another little bit of rotation here developing west of center near Leesburg west of cedar bluff Alabama that's another rotating thunderstorm that is just a few miles in a few minutes from western Floyd and western chit to county so no warning out for this now but just giving you a heads up now that this is a developing our area of rotation that could become our next tornado warning as it moves towards Leesburg now cedar bluff in seven minutes so is are in Alabama but in the Coosa in twenty three minutes berry hill in twenty nine minutes that's in Floyd county deer into the west and northwest of Rome so we'll watch for that as a possible developing tornado now and let's go back up into into Walker county as we're since we're likely seeing some additional signatures of the tornado debris we've got a cluster of lightning there that sometimes your seal of wearable cluster of lightning as a as a tornadoes touching down the lofted debris signature however a little bit north west of that and you could see it's east of Lafayette already got an update now as a starting to move a little bit farther to the north and the south here's to to the county you're under the tornado warning but the reality is the threat there is a need for you is it's moved up in the Walker county so we're looking here up in northwest Georgia with a gun that mainframe has shifted down into Walker county attitude accounting indeed so I just want to bring you up to date on what's going on here we're dealing with a tornado in northwestern Georgia took to the county we did have damage reports there are people trapped in a mobile home park again a significant storm system rolling through there we saw the debris signature and we saw the debris being lofted thousands of feet into the air as it moved to the door at least at fifty miles per hour so here's from the storm prediction center we're looking at a very high threat levels now as we go for strong tornadoes we have a very high threat for damaging thunderstorm winds and a moderate threat for flooding so these are major concerns and we're just getting started here this is going to be a very long night we're gonna be here with you every step of the way we're looking for the metro Atlanta area somewhere between one AM and four AM to be hit with the stuff that's occurring out and back in Alabama so this is our threat levels.
WEATHER WARNING: Metro Atlanta under tornado watch
"Center or breaking weather news to tell you about we've been telling is coming and coming and coming a right now it's at the northwest Georgia there is a tornado warning for northeastern Floyd county south central Walker county and she took a county let's go to channel two for the latest minutes or so until the National Weather Service decides to cancel it will sit wait and see what happens it's gonna moving a little bit out of our viewing area into the Dayton Walker Whitfield Murray county area so that's where that is going up into north Georgia when you folks around Fannin county a western Gilmer county here in Gordon county are you be weather aware because that thing to drop all right back down and move in your direction so we're gonna be here keeping you informed every step of the way and the hour by hour forecast brand you want to take us through the hour by hour forecast to show you where this line is setting up now and where it's going to go by eleven o'clock tonight yeah so what we're looking at here is this line of storms in the gun pointed out extends back towards the west and the main line is going to come in a little bit later so if you flip it over to the weather computer will take you through this was back at seven o'clock let's advance this is this warm front lifts to the north south of at bats with a very unstable areas so we'll go through this this is nine o'clock this evening just a few minutes from now the storms back in Alabama building into northwest Georgia now and through ten o'clock after eleven o'clock this line is going to build into western Georgia as we head past eleven o'clock towards midnight and then moving into the metro area through the overnight and early morning hours so there we are between one and two A. M. that's when the worst of this line is going to move into and through metro Atlanta between two and this is three o'clock in the morning and then towards four o'clock starting to move from the eastern metro out towards Athens any intent and it will finally I clear out it will dry out after that so let's go on back going out to the radar and and get an update on what's going on here I want to point out that in metro Atlanta we're in the clear for now you see the purple between Somerville and try and it's likely some small hail this little bit of cloud
"walker county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And I comic kids television show celebrating its fiftieth birthday this weekend CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez looks back at some of the famous faces who have stopped by Sesame Street Stevie Wonder taught Grover to saying or tried to anyway put limo feeling modern family Sofia Vergara gave Elmo Spanish lessons don't worry and me not that learned an important lesson from Ray Charles and Billy Joel serenaded Oscar the grouch changes just a few of the many high profile humans who paid a visit to Sesame Street over the past fifteen years different Rodriguez CBS news six twenty seven it is been said many hands make light work Gerald Baldwin is a veteran from Cordova Alabama given several rides by law enforcement to make a doctor's appointment in Huntsville Alabama the disabled army veteran with twenty two years of military service in Iraq and Kuwait was walking along the side of a road on what was a one hundred plus mile journey his car had broken down Baldwin said he had to make the appointment to keep his VA benefits so after someone called the Walker county sheriff's department sergeant Kevin Amberg pulled up and worked out the problem good Samaritans plus personnel from four county sheriff's department all got together to drive Baldwin to where he needed to go I completed my goal I made my appointment and I made it home safe and I'm just thankful for that and folks who want to help out aren't done the Walker county sheriff's department saying that it plans to raise money to buy it bald when another car six twenty eight road rage in New Hampshire and an alleged assault on the roads in Braintree those stories and more coming up in the news at six thirty with WBZ's are.
"walker county" Discussed on KOMO
"The five four we've had a crash sitting on the shoulder in Seattle north five is slow from Alberta Seneca at north out four or five continues to drag through Renton our next couple traffic at eight forty four partly sunny day was still some lingering showers a high about sixty four today to showers overnight low fifty tomorrow will look much like today and then should dry out on Sunday mostly sunny and sixty two. now we're seeing the sun breaks it's fifty one. although it is still raining from Bellingham north of the Canadian border there are pockets where it is really heavy rain and then Walker county komo news time eight thirty six today marks the beginning of October fest and the state patrol is warning drivers headed to Leavenworth do not drink and drive because emphasis patrols will be on let's get more on this from Kohl's Carlene Johnson well I just talked to state trooper John Bryant who says it's a blast in Leavenworth but getting there or leaving they have one goal and that's to keep drivers safe preventing serious injuries are fatal collisions and they're gonna have all kinds of extra patrols going on they're going to be on patrol on all sides of Leavenworth you know helping drivers out and looking for those areas you shouldn't be driving whether they're impaired or tired or distracted we just don't want those we don't want a collegians leading to you know different charities or or serious injuries they're gonna have the state patrol mobile impaired driving unit to in town that during the event that's that self contained thirty seven foot motor home that travels all over the state to support law enforcement basically they can do the blood test right there inside the vehicle and figure out if in fact you are too drunk to be driving so keep that in mind extra patrols going on this weekend next weekend and the following because Oktoberfest is all three weekends Carlene Johnson come on news Thurston county couple did something a little different to celebrate their anniversary this year couples prime Calvert tells us they're hoping to inspire you to do something similar John and Donna met as freshmen.
"walker county" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Dana that's delta rescue dot org slash Dana the rescue receives no help from the government and relies solely on donor generosity visit delta rescue dot org slash date. weather traffic. one five W. asked me what is news. thirty on Charlie o'brien live in the WSB twenty four hour news our top story this half hour five Gwinnett county firefighters are now part of the hurricane response in southeast Georgia Gwinnett county fire is mobile ambulance pause deployed Thursday at the request of Gina the crews will make multi patient emergency medical calls a Georgia college volleyball player is dead after a car wreck evacuating ahead of hurricane Doria twenty one year old to reset Tatum died of her injuries after leaving Savannah state on Sunday the junior mass comm major was a standout volleyball player at Savannah state after graduating from Lafayette high school in Walker county WV this maze top national story hurricane Dorian producing tropical storm winds in southeastern Massachusetts as it speeds toward eastern Canada the category one storm was about one hundred seventy miles southeast of Nantucket early Saturday around four hundred ninety miles south west of Halifax Nova Scotia a local minister's wife will serve five years in prison for stealing a taser and pointing it at a little over an officer the Friday the sentence of Christina crews of twenty eighteen physical fight between little burn officers and crews her husband and her two sons it started when officers tried to remove a missing sixteen year old girl from the cruise car she was dating one of the cruise sons WSB news time three thirty one seventy four years since George a host of the Murray state racers that's the dogs in their home opener this Saturday plus the dedication of do we feel that Sanford stadium pregame at noon kickoff of for some of the dogs ninety five point five W. resting. the land is morning news returns at four thirty Monday once the next chance we could actually see some rain red it's update the five day forecast during this heat wave traffic every six minutes plus how Clark Howard says you might be able to save thousands of dollars a year your bill when you wake up Monday with WSB WSB news time three thirty three.
"walker county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Licensed in all fifty states Hananel last number thirty. Long. Liberty justice. This is law and Justice with jaysekulow. I wanted to put my daughter in time charter school. He says that I'm allowed to do that for up to three blocks. And another law says that I'm not allowed to that. They will not take home four private school children. I've worked with the department of education here. Walker County I work with the charter school principal which you fighting also by wondering if there's any legal action, I can take her. Well, could I call? Talk with a legal department here at the ACLU right away. Because number one, you're your tax payer in that community. So your child would have the right to go to a public school charter schools usually have various set academic requirements, if your daughter otherwise meets the status they can't be denied access to that program because they were home schooled, which is legal in all fifty states. So let me get you in touch with the lawyers here at the American Center lawn Justice, I will get you some help. For more information about student rights. Visit us on our website at dot org. That's ACL J dot ORG. This is Dennis Prager invites you to join me for travel opportunity that maybe the highlight of your year. Maybe even one of the highlights of your life. I'm headed back to Israel in December twenty nineteen for a ten day stand with Israel tour, a tour of the key sites and places.
Former US Gymnastics MD Larry Nassar indicted on six counts of sexual assault at Karolyi Ranch
"Where frankly it's fair game to go after the press and where does that end and that's what i worry about the president says he plans to nominate a new supreme court justice on july ninth and that the list has been narrowed to about five including two women aboard air force one reporters as the nominees will be asked about their views on roe v wade i'm not gonna ask a question by the way the corollas are not facing charges but a former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar is following an investigation in the karolyi ranch training center in texas nassar is already serving decades behind bars in michigan for sexually assaulting young gymnasts an investigation was opened in texas after a number of nassar's victims said years of abuse took place at karolyi ranch automatically a total of eight victims made reports to the sheriff's office regarding dr nassar walker county assistant district attorney stephanie stroud says a former trainer daddy van horn was also charged with one count of sexual assault of a child i'm clayton neville there are reports of well the president says he gets along well with his white house chief of staff he isn't sure how long john kelly will remain in the job and mr trump pushed back report saying he has no plans to pull out of the world trade organization i'm barton next you're holding up the line ma'am did you say you're next in line for the waterslide man feet forward and enjoy the ride okay dairy this does look no the wicked witch.
Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis
"A few years ago my former college roommate night would hiking in sequoia national forest in california it's not whitney's located the highest peak in the lower forty eight states we didn't hike whitney but we did do the mountain next door just about the time i'm starting to feel pretty good about my fitness level were passed by a group of wildland firefighters who are doing some training not only were they doing almost double our speed of ascent they were carrying chainsaw shovels and other heavy tools that we weren't we saw them again barely a half hour later on their way back down having already achieved the summit again a lot of respect for wildland firefighters that day and that was years before i would ever attend a journalist firefighting academy wildland firefighters incredibly fit they're incredibly fearless when i use the word fearless by the way i don't mean that they possess zero fear i mean that they fear less than we do a healthy dose of fear helps them do their job safely but the less part makes it possible to face what they face how else could you charge into an area where the possibility of retreat from a two thousand degree unpredictable force of nature is not guaranteed such was the situation the granite mountain hotshots based on june thirtieth two thousand thirteen i was in the comfort of my home office on that sunday five years ago preparing my radio morning show when i learned to the loss of those nineteen men it shook me like few other stories ever have and i say that with more than two decades in the media and having reported from the iraq war i spoke with governor jan brewer on the radio the next day struggling to not only wrap my head around the tragedy of losing that many heroes at one time but also the best way to verbally commemorate them i still haven't found the words to jim sharpe and jamie west weekday mornings at five am for china's morning news on ktar news it is five eleven now police in arundel county maryland reveal more details about the shooter who killed five at a annapolis newsroom yesterday police chief timothy altamaari reveals more about that weapon we've confirmed i think that it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago police say the attack was planned and that the shooter had a history of run ins with the law he's already serving decades in prison for sex assault in michigan and now former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been charged in texas a grand jury in walker county texas indicting larry nassar on six counts of sexual assault charges stem from an investigation at a houston area gymnastics training center run by famed coaches belen martha karoly gymnasts have claims nassar abused them there walker county prosecutors stephanie stroud fill certain there are probably others that have not come forward she says no charges have been filed against the but a former trainer is being charged along with nasser alex stone abc news troubles at utah state university in nineteen year old freshman linebackers been suspended from the football team after being charged with raping a woman at a party this is a former player is charged in a separate case with assaulting seven women two fraternity members have played guilty in sexual assault cases in recent years a woman was arrested for extreme dui will leaving salt river tubing with her four children in the car maricopa county sheriff's department says the woman was two times over the legal limit the retold six passengers in the car three of whom were under the age of twelve coming up on five thirteen and this is what we're working on this afternoon the ktar newsroom it's hot and dry out there right now but miracle counties flood control district urges you to start thinking about floods nonetheless ktar's kathy klein has more during monsoon season flooding hit anyone at.
Comcast outage affecting business, residential customers
"Wbal and wma dot com or learning more about what caused a massive outage of comcast cable and internet services afternoon service is starting to be restored and the company says that one of its large backbone network partners had a fiber that was cut that they believe is also impacting other providers and it has been affecting business and residential internet video and voice customers comcast says it apologizes it's working to get services restore it soon as possible a former usa gymnastics coach and his wife are not facing charges following an investigation into alleged abuse from former dr larry nassar at their training facility near houston nassar faces six counts of second degree sexual assault of a child in texas and investigation was opened after a number of nassar's victims said years of abuse took place at the ranch run by former usa gymnastics coach bela karolyi and his wife marta walker county assistant district attorney stephanie stroud says the couple isn't facing any charges the corollas were and remain fully cooperative with this investigation there is no corroborating evidence of any criminal conduct by bella or marta karoly stroud says a former trainer debbie van horn was charged with one count of sexual assault of a child i'm clayton neville checking your money the dow finished the day up fifty five points the sp five hundred up two the nasdaq up seven w male sports brought.
Hawaii, Talmadge Mag and Walker County discussed on WYDE
"Call the walker county sheriff's dispatch office at two oh five three eight four seventy two eighteen officials in hawaii or giving an update on the ongoing eruption of the killer way of volcano on the big island a powerful explosion shot plumes of volcanic ash and smoke to height of thirty thousand feet above sea level it's not the big one that experts have been predicting to occur at one of killer whales craters and some positive news says hawaii county civil defense administrator talmadge mag no said no new fissures opened up today fisher seventeen seems to be the only one that's still gotta active no real flow from it and the researchers de gassing and that's why we've.
Former gymnasts say the Karolyis did nothing to stop Nassar sex abuse
"Larry nassar pressing texas authorities to investigate whether bela and marta karolyi could have done more to prevent nassar's sexual abuse at the couple's texas training center attorneys for some of nassar's former patients are asking texas attorney general khin paxton to get involved in an investigation into the alleged abuse at the texas ranch christie lemke is a nassar accuser so many cries for help i feel like people would be shocked at the information that they would find things that went wrong the walker county texas sheriff's office and the texas rangers are currently investigating the case mark rylander with the state attorney general's office says his office can't interfere unless asked you by the other agencies i'm clayton neville r and b singer r kelly's music removed from playlists and recommendations on the streaming service spotify the move follows a campaign to boycott the singer who's been accused of sexual misconduct i'm barbara kusak you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife wants a life insurance policy three times the size of the policies you had to purchase for your previous mistakes if so you need to call big lou at term provider eight hundred seven seven seven.
Driver killed, students injured as bus plunges into Alabama ravine
"Not to birmingham this is the yellowhammer news i'm jay holland lawyers say a settlement is possible in the case of doyle ham and alabama death row inmate whose lethal injection was halted last month when the executioners could not find a usable vein lawyers for the states had ham wrote that they were quote in syria settlement discussions unquote the filing did not elaborate so it's unclear what the settlement may entail hams attorney is seeking to block alabama from attempting to execute him again federal motor carrier safety administration records show that in the last two years first class tours inc which owns the bus that crashed near loxley alabama today has been involved in four other crashes with one of those involving a fatality the driver was killed today when the bus carrying texas high school students home from disneyworld plunged into a ravine near the alabama florida line many others were injured the stink train is stopping yellowhammer news andrea ties explains new york city is halting its sludge cars from coming to alabama to be put in a landfill is comes after complaints from residents in jefferson and walker county who say they are affected by the toxic fumes six wastewater treatment plants from new york new jersey have been sending partially treated sewage material the big sky landfill in adams ville the transported sewage train cars make stops in jefferson county before heading out.