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"Fox News. Fewer than 10. People still listed as unaccounted for outside Nashville, where officials have also just lowered the confirmed number of deaths and flash flooding to 18 as search crews navigate the devastation. We actually saw teams from the sheriff's office out here with the search dogs song through heavy tree limbs, looking for bodies or any signs of life, and you have to imagine how difficult this task is. For these rescue teams they have to navigate around roads that have been cracked up and washed away vehicles that were swept away. By the tidal wave of water that rushed through here in buildings that have been lifted and tossed off of their foundations. Charles Watson in Waverly, Tennessee, New York's new governor, Kathy Hogle, just announcing she'll mandate masks in schools statewide and wants either vaccinations or testing for school staff. It's her first day on the job sworn in after Andrew Cuomo's resignation took effect at midnight. He's still under investigation for a variety of allegations. Hogle was pressed on calls by some for Cuomo to face greater accountability going to leave that in the hands of the the assembly. They've been conducting themselves with great professionalism, and I'm going to allow the continuation of the separation of branches of government allow them to do their work. Meantime, Cuomo is no longer an Emmy winning governor of the honor for his covid briefings has been rescinded The International Academy Of television arts and Sciences, said that they have taken back the Emmy Award after he resigned as governor over sexual harassment allegations. In a statement, the academy said that it was rescinded in light of the New York Attorney general's report and Andrew Cuomo's subsequent resignation. Cuomo resigned after the report found he had sexually harassed 11 women. He initially refused to step down. But when pressed by political heavyweights like President Biden eventually did, Cuomo maintains he didn't touch anyone. And appropriately boxes. Michele Pelino stocks finished higher. The Dow up over 30 points at the close, the NASDAQ topping 15 K and Lisa Brady Fox News..
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"For company has housed tens of thousands caught up in crises. It'll help that Airbnb operates in approximately 100,000 cities in almost every country and region across the world. I'm Charles de la Decima. A P news. Good morning, I met Donna here. The White House has more than 21,000 were flown safely out of Taliban held Afghanistan in the 24 hour period that ended early today. It's a big increase from the day before Major General Hank Taylor's with the Joint Chiefs of Staff to date. 63,900 American citizens. NATO and other partners personnel. Afghan s ivy applicants and vulnerable Afghans are out of harm's way. A Taliban spokesman says there can be no extensions for evacuations from Afghanistan, Mujaheed says for US must complete its evacuation of people from Afghanistan by the August 31 date. Biden administration set for the withdrawal of all American troops. Mujahir adds His group will accept no extensions to that deadline. He says Life is returning to normal in the country. But chaos at the airport remains a problem. Many Afghans are desperate to flee the Taliban takeover of the country. I'm Charles the Ladysmith Dr Anthony Fauci says He's hoping for an increase in the number of people getting coronavirus shots after the FDA gave full approval to the Pfizer vaccine. It's going to depend on us. It really is. It's in our hands. Our fate is in our own hands. I probably will be. You know, As I've said a couple of times if we do it right and get through the winter, I hope as we get to the spring 2022 will be their bounty was on NBC's Today show. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit over South Carolina law that banned school districts from imposing mask mandates. President Biden approved a major disaster declaration in Tennessee after record rainfall caused devastating floods that killed at least 22 people. Kathy Huckle becomes the first female governor of New York, replacing Andrew Cuomo, who resigned over allegations of sexual harassment. Wall Street indexes They're hovering around record level. This is a P news. Former translator for British forces in Afghanistan's Ayatollah Omer is out of Afghanistan. He and his family have been Taliban targets. They beat my wife. They drug her. They took her from the hair and dragged her to the get. It wasn't only his wife in the year, 2018. They killed my son. Palmer says Taliban pursuit was relentless. Every month. I was changing my house. I I went to my father in his house. And they found me there as well escaped from there went to like in other place in Kabul. They found me there as well. Omer was evacuated from Kabul International Airport earlier this month, along with his wife and five Children. I pick up the gun in short, the Taliban myself. To save Britain's So I think it's there tend to help me and my family right now. Omer hopes to continue working in the UK I'm Ed Donahue. AP News in Waverly, Tennessee. The search continues for about nine people still missing after flash flooding took the lives of at least 22 on Saturday, according to officials with the town's family reunification center. President Jodi Stotsky says her neighbor warned her to get out. Then she got a call from her asking for help. Evacuating, But.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve K Thin. The deadline for the US pullout from Afghanistan is a week from today. Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell tells Fox News. If it takes longer, so be it extend the deadline. Get outside the perimeter. Make sure that every single American who wants to leave is able to get out with our assistance. And Our Afghan allies, officials say the CIA director William Burns, met with a top Taliban leader yesterday in the Afghan capital Today. The Taliban insisted extra time would not be honored. CBS NEWS National Security contributor Michael Morale what they're trying to accomplish. I can only speculate, but the one is undoubtedly sending the Taliban a message that there's no plans to stay, you know, don't worry about additional U S forces coming into the country and, you know, we expect you to live up to Your agreement with President Trump that you not attack Americans as they leave KABUL A new federal lawsuit challenges the South Carolina law that bans mask mandates in schools. CBS's Jim Priscilla has more on how things are going. In one major district where schools are open. More than 23,000. Students across metro Atlanta are in quarantine just a few weeks into the school year, the number is likely much higher since only a select few districts release quarantine numbers. Lamar County, Georgia schools have gone to virtual learning for several weeks because of soaring covid 19 cases. And with the Delta variants, sparking that surge in cases the message from Hawaii's governor David IgE, a is don't go there at least Not through October is not a good time to travel to the islands. Restaurant capacity has been restricted. There is limited access to rent a cars and the Waverly Tennessee area. People like Kenny Rochelle are at work again today, searching for the missing after the weekend's disastrous flooding. I just can't lay in the bed when there's people losing.
"waverly, tennessee" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The cabin to stabilize the mother's condition. Porter Nancy Cordes says Not all planes have medics. Military personnel are being called on to deliver the babies weekend flooding in Middle Tennessee has now been declared the deadliest flood event ever in that part of the state. The raging floodwaters that swept through Waverly, Tennessee, ripped the homes off their foundations, submerged cars and left behind miles of destruction of Jesse Mitchell says more than 20 are dead and a dozen still missing. President Biden signed a disaster declaration this part of the state. Got crushed. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy describes the aftermath of Tropical Storm Andrea. It was a huge massive rain event. This is double digit inches in some cases of rain, unheard of scores are evacuated by boat, dozens of homes and other buildings. Flood the remnants of angry are also trigger three of 02 tornadoes Monday in Massachusetts. Ws produced time. 6055 minutes after the are dynamics and the atmosphere re metro Atlanta like that, Well, not today. WSB Garagiste. Christina Edwards joins us here on the day there's going to go down as hot. Thank goodness not today. We need to try out. We have picked up a good three inches over what we would normally get in an average August and we've had only nine dry days This month. Today will be number 10. Partly cloudy. A high of 93 The Heat index closer to 100. The rain returns on Wednesday a high of 90 partly to mostly cloudy with those clouds and rain showers. Moving in from the southeast. Moving northwest. Chance of rain 40% Thursday High 89 partly to mostly cloudy chance of rain 40% recapping The forecast for today enjoy the dry weather while it lasts. High of 93 Heat Index of 100. Currently it is 75 degrees on Peachtree Street and WSB meteorologist Christina Edwards. Such updates morning drive once again for the W must be cool, right carriers Guy copter not stuck. Turnbull. Sounds like Abdi is going to have to do some traffic control. And I cut through your beat by the hospital calling your road used the door side drive around to check reports of wires down.
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"Breaking rain over the weekend ascent floodwaters gushing through rural tennessee killing at least twenty two people. Grand gillespie is the police and fire. Chief of waverly tennessee. our search efforts are still underway. We have cruise The last couple of days that have been working along the banks and in the neighborhoods looking for victims rainfall more than tripled forecasts in shattered the state record for one day rainfall triggering the flash floods on saturday. The humphreys county sheriff's office facebook page filled with people looking for missing friends and family and go fund me pages asked for help for funeral expenses for the dead including seven month. Old twins swept from their father's arms as they tried to escape and the death toll in haiti continues to rise. As relief crawls forward world kristen flavin reports haiti's civil protection agency has upped the death toll from a powerful earthquake to more than twenty two hundred. Nearly three hundred fifty people remain missing relief. Supplies are still taking a very long time to reach those in need part of the problem. Gang roadblocks and vehicle hijacking forced aid groups to deliver supplies by helicopter this week. Haitian gang leader. Jimmy sherzer made a facebook video offering a truce and aid to the parts of the country. Hardest hit by the seven point. Two magnitude quake cherishes said in the video quoting here the jeanine revolutionary forces and allies will participate in the relief by bringing them help. We invite all compatriots to show solidarity with the victims by trying to share what little there is with them but his is only one of many haitian gangs and a previously reported gang. Truce produced little impact reporting for world. I'm kristen flavin. New york now has a new governor. Andrew cuomo officially resigned his office just before midnight last night. Komo's democratic lieutenant governor. Kathy hoke will is now the governor of new york on his way out the door cuomo took one last. Swipe at the state investigation that led to his ouster when government politicises allegations and the headlines condemn without facts. You undermined the justice system and that doesn't serve women and it doesn't serve men or society. Eleven women accused him of sexual harassment. And the state probe found those complaints to be well-founded cuomo continues to refute the findings of the investigation. He announced his resignation earlier this month. After state lawmakers made clear that they would impeach him unless he stepped down. I'm can't helping and straight ahead. Documenting abuse at government schools for native american children..
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"Than 10 remain unaccounted for. Jessica currencies of Waverly, Tennessee, describes helplessly watching his people to cover on roofs clinging onto anything to spare their lives. We watched people float by People were on top of roofs. Helicopters were taking people off the roofs. People were trapped inside the houses and buildings, and it was devastating. And Waverly, Tennessee Charles Watson Fox News after hearing comments from parents on both sides of the issue for masks, the Plano I SD has voted to require students and staff to wear them to protect against Covid 19. Who are you to challenge us as parents? And who are you to tell me what I can and cannot do when it affects my Children? Please listen to the American Academy. In pediatrics be a district that teaches science not denies it. Mask all kids until it's safer and provide a real online option. The mask mandate goes into effect Thursday. That's the 26 the Dallas police departments defending the D. W Y arrest of Angela West, the wife of Lieutenant Colonel Allen West. He's running for Texas Governor Allen West, set on social media that his wife was stopped for failure to signal but police chief Eddie Garcia. CIA says it was a little more than that. She also observed the Mercedes enter onto the shoulder and traveling between the shoulder and the right lane straddling the right shoulder. The Mercedes continue to travel westbound on West Northwest highway while getting further and further onto the shoulder. A sobriety test failed to give blood alcohol readings and police are awaiting blood test results. West wife is out of jail on bond. And for the first time in months, a committee and the Texas House is taking up a Republican led voting bill. The Democrats broke quorum over with a quorum now achieved. A House committee heard testimony on the measure that Republicans say is restoring election integrity. If this bill is to pass that would restrict voting hours. I do believe that could have an effect on voter turnout, even voting and elections part deployed overseas with the army. I have not like my disability prevent me from performing their constitutional duty. Democrats argue The bill is discriminatory, but it's already passed the Senate and his waiting vote. In the house. From the V A P News desk. I'm Mickey Briggs. You're next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage is that w b a p dot com Progressives hoping Nobody likes travel versus the annual year long event receiving big auto insurance. These savings are available up a deal and straight through Labor Day. Halloween over Cleveland's birthday taco Tuesday, the anniversary.
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"To be a political firecracker on an explosive topic. And it worked. Cuomo has never explained who he believes was behind political attacks against him the investigation into his behavior and the impeachment process were handled by Democrats who were once his allies. Brian Mann, NPR news Vice president Kamala Harris is taking on China. We know that Beijing continues to course. To intimidate. And to make claims to the vast majority of the South China Sea here. A spoke a short time ago in Singapore, saying the U. S. Will pursue a free and open Indo Pacific. Harris is in Singapore as part of a tour of Southeast Asia. She is also to visit Vietnam. The Biden administration is coming under pressure to extend the August 31st deadline to be out of Afghanistan. France's foreign minister says more time is needed to complete evacuations from the Kabul airport. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. He spoke as a Taliban warned of consequences of the U. S and its allies fail to meet the deadline. Speaking from an air base in the United Arab Emirates, where France has set up an air bridge for its evacuees from Kabul, French Foreign Minister Jean They are expressed concern over the fast approaching deadline. Adrian says France's commitment to at risk Afghans does not end on August 31st. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also expected to ask President Biden to extend the deadline at an emergency G seven virtual summit Tuesday. France, Britain and Germany are struggling to get out thousands of citizens and Afghans who worked with their troops. Spokesman for the Taliban has said they will not agree to an extension of the evacuation mission, calling it a red line and an extension of the occupation. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS On Capitol Hill tonight, House Democrats trying to overcome a standoff over President Biden's infrastructure agenda, although voting has come to a stand still stand. Still, negotiations are said to be ongoing with a group of party moderates. Who are threatening to withhold their support for $3.5 trillion budget blueprint. They want the house to first vote on that $1 trillion by a package that received bipartisan support in the Senate. This is NPR. Police and fire Chief of Waverly, Tennessee. Grant Gillispie says rescue teams are still searching for dozens of people believe missing and the catastrophic flooding over the weekend are Search.
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"Explosive topic. And it worked. Cuomo has never explained who he believes was behind political attacks against him the investigation into his behavior and the impeachment process were handled by Democrats who were once his allies. Brian Mann, NPR news Vice president Kamala Harris is taking on China. We know that Beijing continues to course. To intimidate. And to make claims to the vast majority of the South China Sea here. A spoke a short time ago and Singapore saying the U. S will pursue a free and open Indo Pacific. Harris is in Singapore as part of a tour of Southeast Asia. She is also to visit Vietnam. The Biden administration is coming under pressure to extend the August 31st deadline to be out of Afghanistan. France's foreign minister says more time is needed to complete evacuations from the Kabul airport. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. He spoke as a Taliban warned of consequences of the U. S and its allies failed to meet the deadline. Speaking from an air base in the United Arab Emirates, where France has set up an air bridge for its evacuees from Kabul, French Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian expressed concern over the fast approaching deadline. Adrian says France's commitment to at risk Afghans does not end on August 31st. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also expected to ask President Biden to extend the deadline at an emergency G seven virtual summit Tuesday. France, Britain and Germany are struggling to get out thousands of citizens and Afghans who worked with their troops. A spokesman for the Taliban has said they will not agree to an extension of the evacuation mission, calling it a red line and an extension of the occupation. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS On Capitol Hill tonight, House Democrats trying to overcome a standoff over President Biden's infrastructure agenda, although voting has come to a stand still stand. Still, negotiations are said to be ongoing with a group of party moderates. Who are threatening to withhold their support for $3.5 trillion budget blueprint. They want the house to first vote on that $1 trillion buy a package that received bipartisan support in the Senate. This is NPR. The police and fire Chief of Waverly, Tennessee. Grant Gillispie says rescue teams are still searching for dozens of people believe missing and the catastrophic flooding over the weekend are Search.
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"The Biden administration, Responding today to reports the Taliban says the U. S would cross a red line if American troops remained in Afghanistan after the August 31st deadline. Security on the ground is is risky and volatile, and we are not naive about that. We are very clear eyed about that. And that certainly is a factor as the president's considering the August 31st question and the timeline White House press secretary Jen Psaki. There are currently 6000 U. S service members in Kabul. Aiding in the evacuation of Americans, Afghan allies and those in danger from the Taliban. Emergency crews continue their search for a number of people missing after flooding caused by up to 17 inches of rain in central Tennessee. The rainfall, causing a tidal wave of water to rush through homes and businesses, with water swelling as high as eight ft in some areas. Catastrophic flooding, killing at least 22 people, while less than 10 remain unaccounted for. Fox's Charles Watson in Waverly, Tennessee. America's listening to Fox News Mhm from the Florida Central Credit Union Auto Loans Traffic Center. 75 is looking good, however, on Colbun to 75 the fourth Street exit ramp is closed plan to use the next active Dr MLK Street as a detour in Pasco County. At Little Road, We have a crash that didn't Avenue in the roadways. Lane blockage has been reported. There's a crash after highway 50 and lanes are blocking southbound US 19 in Springhill. Fredrick Morris News radio W F L A plenty of instability in the atmosphere making for a rainy evening. But tomorrow morning, we'll wake up with lows in the upper 70 79 around Tampa Bay, with winds moving in from the Southeast rain chances for our Tuesday will remain at 40% with a high of 90. Expect the storms to move in lead afternoon as we return to our typical summer like pattern by Wednesday, 40% chance of rainfall with the low of 77 to start off our day and by the late afternoon will warm up to 91 degrees for Max Defender. Eight. I'm Heather Melendez. When you hear that.
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"Trick process. The FDA is reaffirm its findings at the fighter Covid 19 vaccine is safe and effective. And the FDA has given us full and final approval. The Pfizer vaccine is the first to get final approval. The Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines continue operating under emergency use authorization as they undergo the FDA review, the president saying Americans Military officials would not detail where in Afghanistan the Americans were rescued from, but they said it was about two hours outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport. The Biden administration, responding today to reports the Taliban says the U. S would cross a red line if American troops remained in Afghanistan after the August 31st deadline. Security on the ground is is risky and volatile, and we are not Naive about that. We are very clear right about that. And that certainly is a factor as the president's considering the August 31st question and the timeline White House press secretary Jen Psaki. There are currently 6000 U. S service members in Kabul aiding in the evacuation of Americans, Afghan allies and those in danger from the Taliban. Emergency crews continue their search for a number of people missing. After flooding caused by up to 17 inches of rain in central Tennessee. The rainfall, causing a tidal wave of water to rush through homes and businesses, with water, swelling as high as eight FT. In some areas, the catastrophic flooding killing at least 22 people, while less than 10 remain unaccounted for Fox's Charles Watson in Waverly, Tennessee. America is listening to Fox News.
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"Escaped significant damage in his own home, helped his close friend hall furniture into the yard and strip out the wet flooring. He said. The tragedy of the situation which he's calling Waverly is Hurricane Katrina was sinking in, and he was concerned about the possibility of future disasters. I don't know what you're supposed to be 100 Year flood and it's happened three times. Blood like Similar to this happened three times in the past 11 years. What happened in this region with a record of 17 inches of rain in a day tracks with predictions of how climate change is affecting the area? The Environmental Protection Agency has said there will be increased flooding, and by some estimates, hundreds of thousands of Tennessee INS will face a greater risk of flooding as the climate heats up. Towards the center of Waverly Debris piled roughly 12 FT. High against the bridge, where local urban rescue team faced one of the heaviest recovery task looking for the missing bodies. Mark would fine of the Nashville police said they were looking for a 15 year old girl last seen on a boat two days earlier. You know, we're hoping to bring any type of closure for the family. It's you know, it's very tragic. Give the in pictures Don't do it justice down here. You know, it's just Devastation Ban. The cleanup may take weeks, but the recovery and the rebuilding are likely to take several years. For NPR News. I'm Caroline Eggers and Waverly, Tennessee. It's all things considered on double the one my C. I'm Sean Carlson. This week, we heard a celebration of old school soul from the Apollo Theater, a celebration of crowded city streets from parquet courts and futurist R and B from James.
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"Still more than a week away, claiming Mr Rogers that's under there was not love kfbk. Sacramento BKF Alpine's Sacramento's number one for breaking news, local news, traffic and weather news 93.1 kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer right now. President Biden speaking at the White House today. Uh, Have hit another milestone key milestone. In our nation's fight against Covid as the Covid 19 vaccine from Pfizer gets full FDA approval, the president, saying the move could convince some who are on the fence about getting vaccinated. Rescue efforts in Tennessee after deadly weekend flash flooding 21 people dead in the deluge. Some 40 people missing ABC, Selwyn Lopez is in Waverly, Tennessee. Creeks lined with cars swept away record rainfall pummeling the area more than 17 inches in less than 24 hour. We spoke to Michael, who was rescued as rising waters trapped him in. It was terrifying. I'm sitting there looking at everything that I just lost. Many roads washed away power lines wrapped in the debris. Officials Searching through cars and homes looking for the missing. Meanwhile, in the Northeast, what's left of tropical storm setting off flood warnings from New Hampshire to Pennsylvania? What's left of Anri is slowing down significantly. It's rain bands sprawling over nine states putting 40 million people under a flash flood Watch Sunday, Henry becoming the first tropical storm to make landfall in New England. In 15 years at the height of the storm, more than 100,000 power outages were reported across the Northeast, where waves up to 19 FT slammed the coast. ABC s Andrew Dim Bert the situation outside of Kabul's airport, still chaotic, A firefight there has.
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"So, um, we're going to clear the crash at Pelham Street and the delays er easing out quickly. Kevin Brennan, WBZ traffic on the threes. All right, let's get right to the weather forecast. It is just evolving by the moment. And we're joined, thankfully, by meteorologist Bob Larson. Hi, Bob. Neither Lori we still have that warning effect as you mentioned Tornado warning to 1 30 for North Eastern Western County, northwestern Middlesex County. The warning has not been canceled or altered in any way to separate storms to talk about within that warning area. Happiest of the rain with the first car was down north of Bolton, east of Lancaster. The second north of Sudbury centered pretty much over Maynard. At this point. Both stars are moving toward the north, and that may be more northwesterly at about 28 MPH. There have not been any recent sightings or reports of touchdown tornadoes. But of course, we've had that earlier this afternoon, and conditions remain favorable for some spin ups, so something will have to watch carefully. The good news is that decide for those two storms. I do not see any additional storms that have recently developed You go farther to the West. We have a large area, steady rain suburb and heavy over central western mass that slowly moving eastward just as what's left of tropical Storm on re slowly Booze east or we suspect the scattered thunderstorms we're dealing with today will evolve into a steady your rain tonight and flooding will again become a concern across a good portion of the area before it finally dries out. Tomorrow. Laurie. All right. Bob and flooding is a major concern in central Tennessee. Nearly two dozen people are still missing after flash floods swept through Humphreys County over the weekend. Now survivors describe water, sweeping away vehicles tearing homes off their foundations to devastation. There we go to Waverly, Tennessee. And ABC's Ellen Lopez is on the ground. Creeks lined with cars swept away record rainfall, pummeling the area more than 17 inches in less than 24 hours. We spoke to Michael, who was rescued as rising waters trapped him in. It was terrifying. I'm sitting there looking at everything that I just lost. Many roads washed away power lines wrapped in the debris officials searching through cars and homes. Looking.
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"Brennan WBC's traffic on the threes. Bob Larson joins us now with a look at the remnants of on re and cooking up some thunderstorms today, exactly at this point, basically just one storm to watch Laura. That's one and we just heard described traffic there, it said. In the in and around the 4 95 corridor drifted to the door non severe. No warnings with that, but Very heavy rain associated with it. It's one storm all by himself at this point, But conditions are such that we will see additional storms pop up this afternoon, with the high humidity and help of the warming of the sun in any thunderstorm this afternoon could be severe or even concerned about if you spin up tornadoes. Sometimes happens Easter tropical systems. The study of rain that's out over Western mass will gradually head is bad is what's left of on removes east and that steady sometimes heavy rain will be with us tonight, and that can lead to some more flooding issues before on re finally moves offshore tomorrow, Laurie Alright, Bob. Thank you. So much in Boston looked like the sun was trying to Pop out hasn't happened quite yet. It's overcast. It's 76 degrees on re cause major flooding in New Jersey In one town more than 150 people had to be rescued from their homes. This woman from hell. Meta was evacuated from her home because of the rising floodwaters. Railroad Avenue is completely flooded still, and I don't know what kind of shape my house is in my car was probably underwater. New York City sits a rainfall record more than seven inches of rain in Manhattan. But Massachusetts largely dawn, just a bullet, with some towns getting drenched and winds ripping down trees in places like Oxford and Auburn. But then the sun came out Sunday afternoon in places on the South shore after just a little bit of rain and wind. There's some major flooding to tell you about in Worcester. Apparently, the city's Abby Kelly Foster charter school was forced to postpone their first day of school for teachers because of flooding. Is caused by then Tropical storm on re and last week's storm as well. We had the remnants of Fred Teachers were scheduled to report to school today. But according to mass live there, waiting until They know it's safe in Tennessee, outside of Nashville. Record rainfall leads to destruction, Devastation and death Search crews are working through splintered homes and piles of tangled debris. And Waverly, Tennessee, northwest of Nashville. After record breaking rain unleashed torrents of water. Dozens are missing. Charlene Bradley, We came to this school To report my sister in law missing. She was hollering for help Window, which home 17 inches of rain fell in Waverly setting a new daily rainfall record for Tennessee. More than 20 deaths.
"waverly, tennessee" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Requirements for vaccines to create safer places to learn and work. You'll see more of them likely moving forward. Visor was the first vaccine maker to request FDA approval. Others are following suit. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News, New York, a Greenfield police officer in critical but stable condition this morning. Happened after a police shooting early Sunday morning about 1 30 traffic stop on 35th in Oklahoma. That's when Greenfield police say the suspect took off eventually crashing near 27th and Beecher. That's when the suspect exited the vehicle and fired his weapon at officers. A 36 year old officer struck multiple times before two other officers shot and killed that suspect. Key U S ally expected to push for an extension to the evacuation efforts in Afghanistan. Lunchtime Tuesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to press President Joe Biden at an emergency virtual meeting of Group of seven leaders for more time, the bottom line from London that the Americans, other countries will have no choice but to stop their own operations to help people fleeing the Taliban takeover. Biden gets behind the request. The next question is, well the Taliban be in the mood to comply. Tom Rivers ABC NEWS London With the Taliban returning to power in Afghanistan, a former US interrogator and intelligent intelligence officer wants to help Afghans who helped our country. Sam Rogers tells WTMJ. He's worried about those who helped people like him. When the Taliban find them, they'll kill them. They'll break their families up as war trophies while his organization concerned Veterans of America supports leaving the country. It reinforces that this idea that we've been trying to execute for nearly 20 years was ineffective and not wasn't going to work. They will be working to help collect items for refugees over the Labor Day weekend, a big drive for care packages, hygiene care packages, women and clothing care packages. Rusty Mellberg, WTMJ news record rainfall leading to misery and disbelief outside of Nashville, Tennessee, Search crews are working through splintered homes and piles of tangled debris and Waverly, Tennessee northwest of Nash. After record breaking rain unleashed torrents of water. Dozens are missing Charlene Bradley and we came to the.
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"Of rain fell over 24 hours in Waverly, Tennessee, a record for one day rainfall in the state. Today's the deadline for healthcare workers in California to be vaccinated for coronavirus or get tested weekly and wear masks. Also starting today, all Hawaii Department of Education employees will be required to get weekly covid tests unless they provide proof of full vaccination. All 16 and 17 year olds in Britain will be offered their first covid vaccine does today ahead of school starting next month. Currently, the Pfizer, Moderna and Oxford AstraZeneca vaccines are approved for use their boxes time to J powers. America is listening to Fox News. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some food. I gotta find yourself a box weather. Open it up. Whether cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something ate before I follow fucking people, Then hop on that old horse of yours. And head on down the Roy's Yeah. Roy Rogers restaurants invite you to try their new dynamite burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno peppers. Chipotle ranks us to protect cheese and bacon. They say Held a hand They welcome you to say so Come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah. Dina, my burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite, burger Doordash and Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants. Fairfax County Public schools is now offering up to a $2000 signing bonus for school bus drivers apply now at F cps dot e d u slash bus drivers starting pay for.
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"Yesterday, and the tropical storm plans to linger around for at least another day. Henry made landfall Sunday afternoon in Rhode Island, while sparing the Hamptons the worst of the brunt of the storm that flooded basements and roads in southern New England. Some people were stranded in their cars. Bridges were shut down, so we're ferries over 140,000 homes lost power. National Hurricane Center's senior specialist Daniel Brown says. When people think of tropical storms, they often think of wind. But rain is also a big hazard unlikely to continue for another 24 hours or so. And those impacts are going to cause uh, really a tremendous amount of flooding. It's an area that doesn't often get hit by these tropical systems. Julie Walker, NEW York A sheriff in Tennessee says at least 22 people are dead, many more still missing after record setting rains over the weekend. Restaurant owner or Kansas. Klein says his building is virtually destroyed in Waverly, Tennessee. Now total loss. We have about six FT. Of water inside the restaurant, all the equipment, everything has been the story looked over, washed out. We've got stuff from other businesses actually walked into our place for the windows smashed out. Waverly listed about 40 people missing as of yesterday afternoon in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said to end his decade as governor today, when Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle takes over And that comes just under two weeks after Cuomo announced he would resign rather than face will likely impeachment battle over sexual harassment more from town hall dot com. Your family depends on your income, and something happened to.