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Tropical Storm Zeta lashing Mexico before turning to U.S.

AM Tampa Bay

00:12 sec | 6 months ago

Tropical Storm Zeta lashing Mexico before turning to U.S.

"Hurricane Zeta made landfall in Mexico on the Yucatan Peninsula is a Category one storm it's re forming in the Gulf and is expected to hit the northern Gulf Coast. There's a tropical storm watch in effect for

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"yucatan" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"yucatan" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They could be seen first. We'll tell you about that. All right now Zeta having an impact on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Excuse me. It made landfall overnight as a category one hurricane. It is weakened, but it is expected to strengthen as it gets into the gulf. All right, let's go straight to making now, as he is keeping an eye on that for us. It could affect us locally to as we get later in the week. Good morning, y'all. We're already seeing the outer bands of Zeta moving into the northern Gulf of Mexico. You can see some showers down there now, But things are quiet for us. We've got some rain across Arkansas, Texas dealing with the snow storm this morning. So some ice in some snow back into the lone Star state. We've got mostly cloudy skies a little bit of patch. A drizzle of for us this morning tips coming in in the 60 66 in Birmingham. So attempts pretty close to where they were at this time yesterday. And as far as your commute is concerned today we're looking at temperatures warming into the upper sixties at eight o'clock at noontime today, upper seventies and highs in the low eighties. Just a 20% chance of showers Force today mainly in the form of some drizzle, But our reign begins to move in this evening from Zeta. And could be with us for a couple of days. We'll talk more about that coming up. All right. We are taking a live look at I 65 north at 16th Street. There, you can see some construction happening, and three lanes are blocked One lane of traffic. Is open at this point, and also the ramp There.

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Hurricane Zeta slated to bring dangerous conditions to Louisiana, northern Gulf Coast

John Batchelor

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Zeta slated to bring dangerous conditions to Louisiana, northern Gulf Coast

"A hurricane tracking toward a storm battered Gulf Coast later, Sweet Zeta is heading for the Yucatan Peninsula and will affect that region before heading into the Gulf of Mexico. It will then likely head for land anywhere between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle by Wednesday. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says he's confident his coastal residents will be ready. Doctors.

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Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 study; others go on

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 study; others go on

"The Corona virus. Mike Grazia has details. The U. S government is ending a study that was testing an antibody drug for people hospitalized with Cove in 19 because it doesn't appear to help. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says there was a low chance and Eli Lilly antibody drug would help patients hospitalized with the new Corona virus. Enrollment in the testing of the drug had been paused by independent monitors two weeks ago evil, Lily said in a statement. The government is continuing a separate study testing the antibody drug to moderately ill patients. The company is also continuing its own tests. Mike Rossi, a Washington Zeta, now slamming into the Yucatan resort towns

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Hurricane Zeta forms in the Atlantic

Rick Hamada

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Zeta forms in the Atlantic

"Zeta has now strengthened into a hurricane tracking towards Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and expected to make landfall in Louisiana Zeta when it gets to the U. S Coast could drop up to four inches of rain. And generate a few feet of storm surges. Far East is the Florida Panhandle. Fox's Evan Brown

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Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane

"Surge or likely have the Yucatan Peninsula later today due to Tropical Storm Zeta, according to the National Hurricane Center. Zetas, located around 140 miles southeast of Cosmo, Mexico, and is moving to the northwest at 10 MPH maximum sustained winds of 70 MPH tropical storms expected to approach the northern Gulf of Mexico Wednesday and couldn't make landfall as early as Wednesday night. Get the latest news anytime

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Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane

The Splendid Table

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane

"Tropical Storm Zeta has stalled in the western Caribbean. But the National Hurricane Center says the storm is strengthening and is likely to become a hurricane by the time it nears Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and the U. S Gulf Coast, where it's expected to drop heavy rain along with those strong winds. The storm system is a very large one, and it could make landfall anywhere from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Louisiana's governor John Bell, Edwards, is urging residents to monitor the storm.

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Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Tropical Storm Zeta expected to strengthen into hurricane

"Hurricane season dragging on tropical storms. Ada approaching the East Coast. He was Fox meteorologist Adam Cloths Tropical Storm Zeta now spinning off the coast of Mexico. We're going to see Possibly another hurricane is we're still moving through hurricane season even though we're getting closer and closer to some winter like temperatures across the middle of The country currently a tropical storm. This is going to run up into the Gulf of Mexico. The water still warm climbing up to a category one hurricane. What are we talking about? For arrival with this potential system? There's time for this to shift a little off toward the West. A little up towards the East. Zeta is expected to gradually intensify through midweek, clipping the northeastern tip of the Yucatan Peninsula as a strong tropical storm, or perhaps even a Category one hurricane

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Hurricane Delta bears striking resemblance to Atlantic's most intense storm

America's Morning News

02:03 min | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta bears striking resemblance to Atlantic's most intense storm

"Hurricane season, People in Louisiana are again fleeing the state's barrier islands. Sailing boats the safe harbor while emergency officials ramp up command centers and consider evacuation orders. Hurricane Delta Now the 25th named Storm of the Atlantic unprecedented hurricane season forecasts placed most of Louisiana within the path with the latest National Hurricane Center estimating landfall in the state tomorrow. Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards. And again we're in a covert environment. And so that List of things that you need and some of the things that you need to do. It will be different this year. There has been in the past. While the tract has shifted a little bit west, Um it's still true that a woman majority of the coast of of Louisiana Louisiana Louisiana remains remains remains in in in the the the coma. coma. coma. So So So Please Please Please don't don't don't get get get too too too fixated fixated fixated on on on their their their center center center line line line of of of the the the track. track. track. In fact, a third of storms actually make landfall outside of the country. So nobody should get too fixated on any of this, but we should all be aware that storm is coming that is going to be a very serious storm. Delta is forecasted to be hurricane in this for north central Louisiana, too. We solve this with Hurricane Laura. And so we're not just speaking to Louisiana residents in the coastal area of our state. We're speaking to everybody in the state, Louisiana today. And in fact We don't expect hurricane to become a tropical storm until just about the time and exits northeast Louisiana So everyone should be ready. The National Hurricane Center in Miami, says Delta's slated to become a major hurricane again like it was days before crossing part of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, some weakening those forecast once Delta approaches thie. Northern Gulf Coast. The The Fed Fed Reserve Reserve officials officials expressing expressing

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Hurricane Delta barrels toward Gulf Coast

Joel Riley

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta barrels toward Gulf Coast

"Hurricane Delta intensifies after slamming Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, drawing closer to the U. S. Gulf Coast. Forecasters predict the storm will reach Louisiana by Friday evening. My Cooper, president of ST Tammany Parish, Warren's resident Is to get supplies now because they may be without power for a while up on Groceries. Water ice. Medications and whatever you may need in the event, there is a prolonged Outage due to the nature of the hurricane, Louisiana's governor declared a state of emergency ahead of Hurricane Delta and see 25th named Storm of the Atlantic hurricane season.

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Hurricane Delta weakened into Category 2, 'life-threatening' storm surge expected

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta weakened into Category 2, 'life-threatening' storm surge expected

"Has been issued for a stretch of the northern U. S. Gulf Coast. As Hurricane Delta approaches the region. Delta is expected to make landfall in Louisiana by late Friday. Forecasters say it could cause life threatening storm surge and flooding. The storm weakened to a Category two hurricane after striking Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. This

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American tourists trapped after Hurricane Delta strikes Mexico

Clark Howard

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

American tourists trapped after Hurricane Delta strikes Mexico

"Delta has entered the Gulf of Mexico after blowing over Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, topping trees and knocking out power and some of the areas resorts Delta hit Mexico is a Category two hurricane just south of Cancun early Wednesday, with high winds and heavy rain cutting power to about 266,000 customers. And forcing tourist into storm shelters.

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"yucatan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"yucatan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Across the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico earlier today as a Category two with wind speeds of 100 miles an hour from the Southern California Toyota Dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy. We have a crash on the 71 in Pomona with this one looks a little tricky here. It's on the North bound side to the tent or the 57 North connector. So watch out. You got emergency crews on this transition where the crash occurred, and they're taking out the right lane. Big delays. You're back. Getting away from Holt Avenue. Let's take a look at Whittier. We've got Mike O'Brien KF eye in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. A pretty fresh accident here it's the 605 south out of Beverly Muslims in the left lane. See, it's not even on scene yet. So maybe walking more lane Slate, Iran. It's already back here quickly back through industry looks like back towards packed road and building there, in fact, almost all the way to the 10 That's out of the 605 murder your problem around the five that's cleared up but still struggling there from Rose cramped. There's still a problem out. Colton 10 westbound Sperry, clearing out of lanes and very tough, unusual slowing out of bread. Injured in an accident. A superwoman super lawyer dot com O'Brien KF eye in the sky Hey, F Eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. Driving down the 2 10 Saturday, We saw huge SUV with its bumper on the side of the road it had spun around and tipped over landing on its side. Well, you know that happens to you. It's sad, but you need to get in touch with the accident Attorneys and sweet James. We're very confident, referring anyone who's been injured in any way an accident, too sweet chains. They help everybody, even of their lawyers, although we've asked them not to. And they've won millions for their clients to call ST James now 805 152.

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Hurricane Delta expected to regain strength as it approaches U.S. Gulf Coast

Business Rockstars

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta expected to regain strength as it approaches U.S. Gulf Coast

"Working Delta made landfall Wednesday morning on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as a Category two storm, bringing dangerous winds and significant flash flooding. National Hurricane Center says the storm will move back into the Gulf of Mexico by the end of the day and head north, where it's expected to strengthen current forecast have the storm hitting the U. S Gulf Coast By this weekend. Forecasters have already begun issuing storm surge in hurricane watches in Texas, Louisiana and Alabama and Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards is urging residents of his state to prepare and be ready to evacuate. He's also sent a request for a pre landfall. Federal declaration of emergency.

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Dangerous Hurricane Delta makes landfall over Mexico's Yucatan

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Dangerous Hurricane Delta makes landfall over Mexico's Yucatan

"News, A powerful Hurricane Delta is hitting Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula is now a Category four storm. It underwent rapid intensification over the last 24 hours. Going from Just a tropical storm to now. A major category four hurricane winds up to 155 MPH is forecast for the Yucatan Peninsula when it makes landfall as a Category four hurricane with hurricane warnings in effect for Cancun for Kazuma. We're expecting extreme winds. Very dangerous storm surges 6 to 9 FT and life threatening flash flooding all forecast. For the Yucatan

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Hurricane Delta is now an extremely dangerous Category 3

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta is now an extremely dangerous Category 3

"Dangerous hurricane is on the move. It's Hurricane Delta. It's quickly getting bigger and it's speeding up. It's now a Category four storm top wins 130 miles an hour as rapidly strengthening Hurricane Delta takes aim at Grand Cayman in the Caribbean and Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. It could target the Gulf coast of Louisiana and Mississippi as a major hurricane, a category three or four by the end of the week, the National Weather Service says it's forecast to be the record 10th US Landfalling Storm in a single season at CBS News correspondent Jim Krystle

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Hurricane Delta is now an extremely dangerous Category 4

Rush Limbaugh

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta is now an extremely dangerous Category 4

"A Category four hurricane heading for the Gulf Coast on Lisa Brady Fox News. Delta has just been upgraded again. Continuing a rapid strengthening since yesterday. Fox's Tony Jay Powers has more live Lisa. Hurricane Delta wasted no time going from a Category two earlier today to a three and now to a Category four with winds near 130 miles an hour. It's taking aim at Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula before it heads toward the Gulf Coast. People who In the northern Gulf Coast region from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle are being told to prepare for Hurricane Delta to hit from Friday into early Saturday. Current forecast say Delta could weaken slightly before landfall on Friday night, but the warm waters of the Gulf could also allow it to remain a major hurricane through landfall. Lisa Thanks, Tanya. Some of those areas are still recovering from summer hurricanes

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Hurricane Delta could slam Mexico's Yucatan as Category 4 storm

Charlie Parker

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta could slam Mexico's Yucatan as Category 4 storm

"By the hour and could be a Category four storm when it blast Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. The storm grew from a tropical depression Sunday to a cat to storm with 100 Mile an hour winds this morning. The storm is forecast to begin pounding Cancun and other Mexican resort with heavy rain tonight before making landfall early Wednesday. Forecasters say Delta will probably come onshore in Louisiana Friday night, an interior section of a high rise building

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Hurricane Delta could slam Mexico's Yucatan as Category 4 storm

Charlie Parker

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta could slam Mexico's Yucatan as Category 4 storm

"Hurricane Delta keeps getting stronger as it blows through the Caribbean. The storm became a hurricane Monday night and muscled up to a Category two extremely dangerous hurricane early this morning. It's forecast of again hammering Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, including the resort area of Cancun later today with 100 Mile an hour winds Hurricane Delta is on track to hit the Gulf Coast by Friday with a risk of dangerous storm surge went and heavy rain from Louisiana to the western Florida

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Hurricane Delta could slam Mexico's Yucatan as Category 4 storm

NPR News Now

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Hurricane Delta could slam Mexico's Yucatan as Category 4 storm

"The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Delta has rapidly turned into a category two storm top sustained winds are already one hundred miles per hour delta is expected to roll over. Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula later today is a very dangerous hurricane. The storm will plow into the Gulf of Mexico and head North Delta. It could make landfall on the southern coast in a few days.

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"yucatan" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast

Pure Life Podcast

15:27 min | 1 year ago

"yucatan" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast

"Interesting things to do and you know it is rich with history was part of the Mayan culture. The minds had settled there as we're more in the central Mexico. The minds were off on the Caribbean side. And then the INCAS were south. I'm so there's there's a lot to see around the Mayan history and it's interesting if you oh you go back and look at mine history. The mayans kind of were dominant for a while. And then when the Europeans started to come through the mines is kind of disappeared they kind of blended into the the the jungle inserted mixing around with the local people and stuff like that but the ruins left behind or just fantastic amazing mazing to go through so where they're they're so many of them in world we'll jump right into it right now. Looks looks starting your own. Yeah I know but just a few more things. Another things to know Bring Emoji ogm point you motivate earpiece. We've had enough occasions okay. So one trip we took west of the island glazer. I'm his the came with lunch and it was a wonderful island. Cedar was to order. ooh I think it was a buffet style. Anyway but the food was served on a plastic plates. And not the paper plates. Where you're GONNA toss right? Never reach us so just you know watch out for those things and make sure to. Food is served on the disposable paper. Not Plastic plates away. What did you finding the back of the restaurant buckets year? I mean the plates get recirculated back into the general population. We shall say they this assist say at least at that particular time hygiene wasn't super. How shall one say administered? If I guess and you'll hear of MONTEZUMA's revenge MONTEZUMA's revenge she. Oh it's it's kind of a little plug that hits from eating different different foods or exposed to different things. It can't happen so to your point. It really good rule of thumb. Bring PEPCO bring a modem ad something that's GonNa help with with that God right and two more things. I JUST WANNA quickly cover for those Tequila lovers who we love we like to Keeler. We like we like we learned Mexico. We love Mexican people. They're awesome the music bird and food and Tacos Fajitas and so talking about drinks. Don't Julio's does just to give you an example. Yes and there are many other high end brands that you may like. But don't think I think that they just going to simply just serve you. They probably going to serve you. What brand would be like or but if you do on specific kind do ask and then have a couple of loose dollars in handle fi box or whatever and then just and if you're just going after a standard Margarita? Uh you don't really care just gonNA throw whatever Tequila. They got there. But if you are a Tequila Fan and you get some good Tequila slip the bartender. I think we talked about this last time. It was from the different. A friend like yeah so we touched on it but I have some cash on hand on hand in Handy and and that goes a long way and even though you you're staying in an all inclusive resort and you know chances are you're you're drinking plenty of good stuff. He wants some of the premium stuff. It take care of the bartenders because they'll take care of you. They are awesome. Yeah really really good people. They're out there to have a good time. They want to make sure that you're having a good time. If you take care of them hands down they'll take care of you and then check out daily activities. Yeah they're so much to do at each to resort so so I know you can do plenty epsilon site but then there are a lot to do outsi so let's go talk about directions so we've been at the resort. We've done a lot of the the daily things but we were in Mexico. We want to see some cool things. So where's one of the first places if you're visiting the Yucatan peninsula for the first time that you should go got to go to cheats anytime Anita Church and eat Sir yes sir. Yes C. H. I. C. H. E. N.. Space Church in needs a is you. You wonder if the world you know it is. It's a world heritage site is well yes it is a very well preserved town a really large kind kind of Mayan. It's a big place city. Yeah it was. It's got one of the most famous pyramids all of the Yucatan called L. Castio and and it is central in Chichewa. It's really wild before you could walk all over L. Casteel nowadays. It's all roped off but when you get there the pyramid yeah when we first went there you could go up this pyramid. You're just Mayan Ruins shape like pyramids and it's built by Mata people twelve twelve hundred years ago. Yes yes and it's quite spectacular. Actually if you go up nowadays it's just barricade and you can't do that anymore because I think that was really ruining right. Yeah well people climbing all the reindeer exactly but coming down that Pyramid Charlotte's. It's amazing. How they built it? You know that many many years ago technologies and and all that is just amazing. It's a huge place. Yeah go ahead. I was just GonNa say is an in massive massive structure but it's super super impressive and it is a a definite Treasure for all of the Yucatan ten. It definitely showcases. The extent of the Mayan civilization was a very very large if not the largest of the Mayan cities and likely early to have been one of the mythical great cities that came about in literature around that time as well so Real diverse population of Mayan people. That live there a lot of what they did in terms of activities or events even some of the more brutal things that into the US do sacrifices Akra ffices there as well halters and stuff like that. A lot of that history is preserved in the buildings in the inscriptions. And if you get a local guide the walkie through the different parts of of the town There is an observatory that was there as well. There's a well there where they go through a lot of the sacrifices in their games like a basketball ask you ball game that they used to play there as well and you could memory hours and hours and hours. They're just walking around the different ruins. It's a huge place you can easily spend and hours right and you love history. I love huge site. You read about it and you visit and then you admire yeah and it can be very hot got old during July August peak summertime so please have like we were saying earlier. Have plenty of fluids. Yeah can I take fluids and then bring water the whole Yucatan as I said before. It's like a rainforest and here. Is this massive city kind of cut out of the rainforest greenforce so to get to it. You gotta go through the rainforest. It's hot it's tropical. It's you know it can be a bit oppressive. The structures themselves really well preserved beautifully beautifully. Intact you can walk on some of them you can get up close and personal with some but L. Casteel. You cannot walk on it anymore. I'm it is roped off and roped off for good good reason. I guess people and tourists were taking taking advantage of it. But like I said get a tour guide in from any of the major resorts any of the resorts up and down the Yucatan Peninsula easily over there. And take you there or you can rent a car and drive their yourself. We actually did to be dry both times we drove. Oh I think we drove one time in the other time we took a tour with your folks and then the kids and the kids right right right okay. That was a tour. Okay yeah either way. It's easy really really the if not the most famous Oh my goodness popular and you don't go to Geneva smack yourself in the head because it's the right place to go to. It is an amazing amazing place. So talking of this kind the Mayan Ruins what will be the next one Mazzi. If you say this will for me the next ruin would be Koba. Oh really not. Too Long to loom is awesome but remember Koba. It is not as Well preserved as Chichinadze really high. I pyramid and you can walk all over it like auto breath. Oh man who. It is kind of off the beaten path away from kitchen going further into the center of the Yucatan Peninsula. But when you get to the top of the jungle sane. Yeah Oh my mom was amazing. Yeah I if you can do both kitchen needs and Koba check those two out again and really well. Preserved is a beautifully big city. Kobo was this massive pyramid in village areas around just jungles been taking it over so so it's Kinda interesting. That's roped off. I don't think so. It's been a while since we've been there but I don't know if you remember when we drove we drove up parked there and it's just like a little wooden fence and pay an interest. Fini walk through this jungle and boom. There's the wrong in time off the way we can go up the pyramid hit all the major ones exactly exactly so those are cool and then to lose one for me so to loom is. It's another Mayan ruin. It's actually facing the The the Caribbean coastline. The ocean of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula Zillah. And it's known for its beaches and it is pre- pretty well preserved. I will say and it's a very ancient Incheon city. It's very interesting there at that time. Local selling drugs and things in bags and blather stuff and all those you know. Yeah did you say that to loom was actually the port for Koba portfolio. Right there in the Yucatan there. Right at the C.. To your point is well could get you over to cozumel and Cozumel was an island. Just just off the Yucatan. There are two so really important area for the Mayan civilization and it was one of the last cities built an inhabited by by the Mayans between the thirteenth fifteenth centuries and then the Spaniards came in in the as I said the miser kind of crept back into the into into the jungles with the legend. Has it a lot of people felt thought that the minds just died off but realistically they kind of melted back into general population maintaining some some of that culture but as well holding onto the language in in things of that nature so really quite interesting until absolutely gorgeous right there on the the Caribbean coast. They're gorgeous a beach. Areas is quite quite lovely in the garage sales. Take him the ruins not a good shape. INSTAGRAM squirm spot. Yeah Yeah exactly. And how far is it from Cancun to loom is about an hour and forty minutes to give you an idea and it's in the state of have content aroo there there's cozumel proper which is northern Yucatan Container Ruas a status down south there And that's where to loom khanates Koba those major ruins are And just google to loom just the pictures just gorgeous absolutely. Yeah so that's another the place that we highly recommend and you'll spend maybe about an hour down there just bopping around some of the ruins looking at the beach to your point through some shops there you can by local rug or something like that in back in the bus and head back up the peninsula. That's right and so another place that I want to mention is apply their Carmen. Oh they have a good hospital to all this they do. We talked about that but anyway. That's about an hour from Cancun sang-keun and that's also. There are tons of restaurants tons of shops. It's also easy ferry very right to Cosmo yes it is so when you go there you can just easily hop on the ferry and in Take a short trip to 'cause Mel against spend spend the whole day there. It's just a fun town. A lots of restaurant options if.

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"yucatan" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast

Pure Life Podcast

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"yucatan" Discussed on Pure Life Podcast

"But you can't for another Schnitzer. Golden fifteen is my limit on suspicion of any problems. Dial information thank you for calling is going to be very popular tree. I uh-huh and welcome to your weekly goes for all things travel we are your hosts my name is Don Meyer airy Aaron. Thank you once again for joining us. Thanks for coming. Thanks for finding us. Thanks for spending some time with us. Thank you guys for downloading US ensuring tearing us with friends and family and loved ones. Indeed we don't mind you got Dr Yes indeed and area. Thank you for coming back as well. Last week I had to run a little solo. Hello there miss me a lot with Mike who doesn't miss you. I mean for real. I mean this. This podcast is not the same without you need your Solo. I did my first Solo. Run on an amazing how you did that. Actually not the fact that you did the session but content it was to and once I started going and it's hard to turn me off but yeah I'm glad to have you back lead heavy back in studio here and I'm curious to hear about your war curious to hear about pitcher adventures. You were down in Mexico and I figured it'd be a great opportunity for us to finish up on on the Yucatan now since we started doing it right before the break break coming back from the break I talked a little bit about traveling without ide- happy new year. Happy New Year again for everyone for those of you who are just coming back with with us again. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and New Year's break and welcome to twenty twenty and it is the nearest you awesome smashing two thousand twenty. It's it's the year of the what again it's a rat. You're the Yes. Yeah the other at Chinese New Year coming up in a couple of weeks so next week for those nine nine in the part of the world and Yeah we're we're super happy to continue our adventures in Mexico and specifically the peninsula so last one we were introducing some of our favourite all inclusive resorts. You might have seen it interesting theme you you know. We talked about places in Cancun proper We came down to play Doh Carmen. And more. The the minor vera talked about Cho's mill and there's good reason for having that bit of variety if you will there's a ton of stuff to do on the Yucatan peninsula around some of the resorts but also a little further away from the resorts so we're going to be touching on attractions. We cover all the accommodation site side of things so we're going to dive into attractions. We've tried we've been that we really light. That's right and as well as I thought it'd be useful to talk about things to know before you go and try all inclusive resorts excellent excellent. You know. That's something that I think. We forgot to bring up there. We did talk about the accommodations. We did talk about the food. Yeah I'm in some of the amenities of it but I think you got an excellent point there what to prepare for before you down. So let's jump right into it saw. It's not in the order of priority. But I think you know do some research before you go and know the demographics at the resort that you choose to stay at some will oh cater a is important because some cater more towards families one of the one that tops within the family resort though he talked about is beaches beaches teaches you. Although beaches isn't Turksancacoes and in other locations not Yucatan Peninsula and in the summer adults only use they. Are you know and the one that actually just went in Los Calbos was adult. Only we can kind of go dive into it was interesting it was Lou. Are you Spanish chain rain. I think and there are three resorts attached to one another but to resort caters to different demographics. So I thought he would you know. I wish I also didn't do enough research. I felt like and so. We've we've found some differences in each resor in an Oh. We thought that this goal will be at the adults only but it was actually located in the middle section. We're just Kinda loud but it was catered towards family and I thought the music had the techno night. It's a pool. Oh Party and on Saturday night. But that's supposed to be a family friendly resort. I thought got pretty loud. So so just just a little thing like it's useful to now and some are more catered towards honeymooners. So if you want the privacy if you want a little bit more intimate to yourself and then your spouse partner well you're newlyweds so You WanNa try that out a little bit. You know who knows there are definitely resorts it'll cater towards those things and so jumping going into you know understanding that before you go down. There's probably going to be helpful in terms of maximizing your your enjoyment right and do your research on excursions. Yeah is there sport desk in at the resorts like especially for us. We like to go scuba diving and snorkeling. So it's always always nice to have you know when there's a activity desk in their company on side where they can sign up and they can take you to Scuba Godiva Catamaran tour or sunset cruise or instead of taking the transportation to appear somewhere else in any departs from there. You know you. Yeah I think it's easier if it's like a Hawaii and all but in it just depends on the plane. We tend to have transportation. Take us then we just stay at the resort so if you can depart from your resort to these excursions it's it's always. Yeah plus in its. That's another interesting thing too. Who I mean we? I think we talked about it when we talked about staying in Cancun that we did rent a car. I think in a couple of occasions and we that is an option two for you. There's there's definitely the option to rent vehicles. You don't have to rent them at the airport going to Cancun and there's a resorts at have car rental facilities on them likewise down in Playa del Carmen or up and down the Yucatan Peninsula there. You'll find rental car places. I'm driving around pretty straightforward Mexico. Exco the police officers don't necessarily get paid the same wages it we get up here and stuff like that so on occasion you might get pulled over and and the might charge you for speeding. Everything is paved right. It's every night even when we I rented a long time mm-hmm ago but it was unpaved in a we got into some sort of a like a security area with the around with Amazon and stuff like interesting interesting and they're looking at is like what the hell are you doing here. I know laws. We're trying to find global in several years later or even ten years fast forward. Yeah and it just seems like street saw more easier to yeah. There's there's just a freeway taking were they WANNA go down to to loomed pretty easy. It's easy going driving. There is not a problem at all like I said the only times you might have a little encounter is sometimes you might get pulled over for and on occasion. You know the police officers West for it's not a bribe of per se but they will ask for some cash to help that ticket go away way. Oh yeah so it would just be on the lookout for that. Those are things to take into consideration. so keep some cash on hand. That's about the best best thing we can tell you right. Just Dong gear off Romain. Stay on the main highway in your. You'll be fine and there's GPS but anyway so in in another thing. I wanted to touch on things to know before you go at all inclusive. I've heard this and we've also experienced this. They say it's all inclusive inclusive but he usually sometimes the premium real premium like are especially the wine they give you extra menu. Can you can pay extra so. Don't be surprised when you get it. You don't need to order those. There are plenty of selection and that's true for food to if I'm not mistaken sometimes Anton for heavily interfere lobster and steak and Philemon you certain resorts even Philemon in lobsters were included. We've stayed at those but then other resort. We've stayed at that. They make you pay extra also scuba diving. A spas those are not they include it and any snorkeling tours. Glass bottom boat tours does on nine and Dolphin tour so obviously obviously those excursions on not include it Wi fi I think for the most part are usually is starting to come in. And that's one thing it's been a nice convenient so we've seen as of late and in many resorts also comes with the credit resorts credit that you can use while you are on the property right right right but I've heard I actually did an experience. This by one of our friends who went to I think it was a moon palace that certain tours only offer certain days of the week and also a lot of solicitations for you. I'm tired please. Be careful become into them. If it sounds too good to be true it probably is so. Just be be wary leery of that with these these massive resort credits and stuff like that they may have you sit in a time share presentation you have to go through the sale fine print. We get excited. Once you get to the resort and you don't read those explanation page right so yeah just be careful and well. It's kind of common sense. I guess but the check the weather storms may be heading your way because I remember this was 'cause mail we wanted to go on the scuba diving but what. I didn't check the weather in advance and when it does change in the tropics but the storm was coming. We actually couldn't go about safety the reasons it's the right thing but yeah there are hurricanes will come down that far and on occasion cozumel and or Cancun will get hit When young keep your wits about you make sure that you're aware of that? It shouldn't deter you from heading down there. It's rare that they get those those types of storms and go through there but it is tropical goal. You get tropical. Storms that breeze through there on a regular basis it is a rainforest. I guess it's hot especially in the summertime. It gets very hot so do please do bring plenty of water and hat sunglasses and scream. And and that reminds me of chinn-shaw Ktar because one of our son actually started the have a feeling Super Ah-ha but the do venture out right. There's so much to see whole Yucatan attend area so many mayans ruined is just really worth in. That's the thing I mean. Most people will go down. There will be on the beach and they're staying at their hotel. But you know. Sometimes I just want to do that. Just the lounge by the full in front by their honesty C. N.. And we will go through that tractions minute but there's just so much to do and in so many varieties right soak in the culture. You can do that if you really want the ocean. The water sports parks ecological parks yet. Just choices are really quite interesting..

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"yucatan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"yucatan" Discussed on KTRH

"Talking about many gods or just one I thought it was that just one and until I spoke to a very very good my a teacher in the Yucatan cold Miguel but got a we do little tools together he is a walking encyclopedia and he's piecing together the original my traditions of the three page by page and we were discussing this and he said no they're actually three different people it's interesting that they all arrived in the Yucatan peninsula at the same time it and they said that the date which is given and the chilam Balam it's nine thousand six hundred BC so within a hundred years of the great flood we have three groups of gloves three groups of seven people who rivals certain rock which was also the nickname the people of the serpents and have nothing to do with snakes whatsoever to do with the fact that they were basically control of the laws of nature and that was the symbol the symbol of the servant and quick to quantal basically went north Google com went to the middle and the it's under this got cold it's somebody that hardly anyone knows about they set up the original temple fifties which we now cold kitchen it's that's for the name comes from the detail that went into central Guatemala and then they set up shop the and the cold the that you homeland like the plan which gives you a clue of what they came from which of course was the Atlantic and the original land mass which is I think lanolin as we know it quite well planned wish so the very homesick.

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"yucatan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"yucatan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mexico's Yucatan peninsula looking for sparkling Caribbean waters they will be seeing a circle took like see and they cannot suite in the waterfall hundreds of meters that's Regnery ventes use the sales director for the full moon hotels in Tulu Mexico overwhelming amount of sargassum sea weed from the Atlantic have been washing up and carpeting to loom speeches it's a problem because as the sea weed rots it releases hydrogen sulfide gas end is man really that is sort of a rock to lakes or something like that Mexico has spent millions of dollars trying to clear its beaches Rivette us as the sea weed problem is seriously affecting her business we've made a report to for the six first month of this year and our sales as falling down for eight point five percent so where is all this sea weed coming from a giant mad of sargassum sea weed stretching from the coast of West Africa to Mexico scientists call it the great Atlantic sargassum belt before two thousand eleven what inning Missy marceca some in the central Atlantic but right now we just seen you tons of them that's university of South Florida researcher Mancha Wong Wong and her colleagues recently published a study documenting record levels of sargassum in the western Atlantic Ocean in oak Oceanside Assam is not necessarily a bad thing it is actually a critical habitat and refugee to a lot of marine life like the fish the crops the toast dippers it only becomes a problem when too much of the sargassum study to pile up on the beach and you know affecting the tourism affecting the love traditional fishery and be home for the environment one suggests deforestation and fertilizer use along the Amazon River are contributing to the rapid growth the new trend can be leaching out and into the ocean to stimulate Sasson.

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"yucatan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"yucatan" Discussed on KCRW

"Yucatan peninsula looking for sparkling Caribbean waters they will be seeing a circle of talk like see and they cannot suite in the waterfall hundreds of meters that's a Regnery Vetta she is the sales director for the full moon hotels into Mexico overwhelming amount of sargassum sea weed from the Atlantic have been washing up and carpeting to loom speeches it's a problem because as the sea weed rots it releases hydrogen sulfide gas end is man really that is sort of a rock to make so something like that Mexico has spent millions of dollars trying to clear its beaches Rivette us as the sea weed problem is seriously affecting her business we've made a report to for the six first month of this year and our sales as falling down for eight point five percent so where is all this sea weed coming from a giant mad of sargassum sea weed stretching from the coast of West Africa to Mexico scientists call it the great Atlantic sargassum belt before two thousand eleven we're dealing with sea Mar sargassum in the central Atlantic but right now we just seen you tons of them that's university of South Florida researcher Mancha Wong one of her colleagues recently published a study documenting record levels of sargassum in the western Atlantic Ocean in Oahu Oceanside Assam is not necessarily a bad thing it is actually a critical habitat and refugee to a lot of marine life like the fish the cramps the toaster burrs it only becomes a problem when it too much of the sargassum study to pile up on the beach and you know affecting the tourism affecting the love traditional fishery and be home for the environment one suggests deforestation and fertilizer use along the Amazon River are contributing to the rapid growth the new trend can be leaching out and into the ocean to stimulate Sasson.

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"yucatan" Discussed on Invention

Invention

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on Invention

"Labor between male and female members of society on like the processing plants might be something that was done like by perhaps children in some cases end or older people are back at the camp why more able bodied people engaged in like hunting and gathering yeah that's interesting let's keep that in mind because actually i think we're about to talk about another a muslim american jewish tradition that has at least has been recorded with some social gendered elements in that substance of courses schickel is totally that's the basis of chocolates right i i guess so i did that yeah check let's i remember a chicken tickets more i remember from from my childhood but i believe they still make them i think it's still a thing but yeah they ask tax and the maya were also said to shoot cured latex or tickle from tropical a sap adela still a tree yeah that tree is also known as the many cars up hotel i think that's the scientific name in his found primarily in central america and the yucatan peninsula and you can collect these latex from the tree by hacking these z shaped cuts in the bark higher up along the trunk and this allows latex to trickle down into her receptacles after which you can be boiled today appropriated viscosity and then prepared for chewing on our historical record's indicated there were number of reasons why the trickle is chewed it was to prevent thirst in some cases to suppress appetite or hunger in other cases a sometimes just sweeten breath is reportedly aztecs had many complicated social rules about how it could be chewed by who and win a there there were genderbased expectations and taboos apparently chewing tickle in public was okay for single women in for children but married women in widows could only used it in private as i suppose it a breath fresheners something in a that there is an association with being seen as a feminine or something so the men wouldn't be able to use it in public or would be shamed if they did wow so this is interesting in geographic areas this farce separated in times like these that stick empire vs in stone age northern europe in stone age northern europe it looks to us like the primary chores of chewing gum then were children in here it's it seems like it was mainly a something it's only publicly of acceptable for children in some women another example.

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"yucatan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on WTVN

"Maybe more the Yucatan and other areas searching for clues about Edgar Casey's mysterious all of records. Dr little welcome back to the program. Thank you, George. It's always a pleasure and good morning to everybody. I guess it's morning everywhere. Got that right. I'm looking forward to this. What's new with you? Have you been been fine? I think the last time we were taught we talked to just a little bit about my father who's now ninety four this. My mother just turned ninety. Very good. It's amazing. It is. It is my father's World War. Two veteran got a bronze star and is just doing great right now. So, yeah, we've been very busy. We've been in we're involved in some research in Alabama. I think be I haven't been on and talked about that at all. And I probably won't say much about it. But Alabama has thousands literally literally thousands of mounds that are stone mounds and stone, snake effigies that have been found in mountains, there in just recent years. And I mean, literally thousands of these stone nouns actually wrote a book that included them in it. We've been working on. A book been working on books with Andrew Collins for some time, but we have one coming out in September, that we sent in about six months ago, and it covers some of the same ground as Graham handcocks, new one Andrew wasn't ram while we wrote this, and so that, that is about the ancient history of the Americas. The giants man's hybrids, perhaps be ender falls in the Americas and it somewhat confirms what your case he said about the ancient world. So I've been pretty busy. Of course. I'm busy in my profession, which other thing entirely Juliane talking about the mountains throughout North America. And I think he's tipping toward the possibility of some kind of extraterrestrial help, what did Casey say, well Casey did talk about what could pro- I believe that it's alien that Casey mention he talked about. At least two, if not three, interventions in ancient times, Casey did talk about America's mounds and native Americans, and he had like fifty six readings that directly talked about Indian mounds, he did not say that they came from aliens. He really gave a history of it more than anything else. And he said that the that the reason mounds were built in America. They came from an influence from Mexico and South America and the Gobi experience, which he talked about Atlanta going to the Gobi desert, and he said they were part of it went that it was part of the Atlantis experience. So he didn't attribute least in his readings and the problem with Casey's readings is that I mean, even if it did, nobody asking, even if it was aliens, nobody asked him alien, we're aliens involved in this. So. As he generally answered the questions that were asked him during his psychic transit, so there's a lot we don't know. I mean many many things we could talk about in from Casey's readings, the people just didn't do enough, follow up questions and sometimes whatever the entity was, or the force was speaking through Casey, when he was in his psychic trance, sometimes it would just end the session. Say that I've given you enough. You already know the answer, and we end, so we don't really know everything based on Casey's ratings. But it's, it's exceedingly interesting. And Casey, of course, is considered the father of holistic medicine, and he is probably best known and people find in most interest in his health ratings. And then there's a core people like me that are very interested in it in his ancient history ratings and his ratings on Atlantis. So those are the ones too, that skeptics, really liked to jump on and make fun of, but his health readings definitely are were highly agley really are. I'm waking up the flooding in the midwest. I'm beginning to think that his map of the future might be right now. Yeah. He did say that there would be something that would something would happen. Some people call them earth changes and that the Gulf of Mexico, essentially would extend all the way up the Mississippi River valley and be quite wide, which I live on the Mississippi River, right next to in fact, I live on an island, which has the Mississippi on one side, and what's called the wolf river on the other, and I would either have golf property or be under water here. I'm not sure which would be, but he say Casey did say that something would happen in the oceans would rise. He did have a lot of predictions. He said that the predictions would not necessarily come true because predictions only only told what would happen if nothing changed and man could intervene and. Change things. So he said these predictions would not necessarily come true. It just depended what we did in response, and Europe changes are just one set of predictions that he made he's still working with the organization Ari. Yes. Absolute people, Kevin to do she and Kevin, Kevin is the director of the IRA. My wife has been on the board of trustees. I think it's four years now which she cycles off. Thank thank. I'm glad she is fairly soon. We are planning a series of expeditions, that we will start then she's been tied up for years, having to go to meetings on a regular basis we that the Lantis search that we were involved with for all those years. We've found thirty one crashed planes. I got very interested in one sounds like the Bermuda triangle way, did all Bermuda. Triangle? That was not our initial intent. And it just happened that we started finding planes underwater. We went down with the National Geographic, one time for about a week and took them to one of the planes, which we subsequently got some parts out of and some ideas able to some of them, were, they actually had the parts and actual geographic sent these parts to England to the Royal airforce, which the Royal Air Force took the parts inside a DC three was which was a dental to the one way fat and found where the part went, and we believe that it was like the third actually, the second most important crash, the Bermuda triangle that occurred not too long after flight nineteen. It was a commercial DC three that crashed and it just disappeared. But we believe we found that and National Geographic believe we found that. We've found another one with the history channel. And actually, we found one taking my father down there on the coast, and it was a tale of a plane, that had all the end numbers intact on it, and it was a plane, which disappeared into a triangle, but we only found the tale we found lots of archaeological stuff to. But so we wound up getting involved in both Bermuda triangle stuff. And in the archaeology issue, it was just very, very interesting. And in the course of it, we had a number of bizarre and strange things take place. A lot of electrical problems.

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"yucatan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"It's not is it the yucatan peninsula or something you know you caught me there's a peninsula and it's portugal and spain so it's the battle of that peninsula whatever it's quite burien maybe there and that's it so smart okay so and of course it looks like uruguay is about to defeat egypt won the nothing and it looks emory like their strategy was egypt not to play moe this match because they were gonna play for the tie and now the coach is going to take a lot of heat for him at all and if you don't know who most allies he was the leading score in the best highest quality league in the world and he sat on the bench with an injury and yeah that stinks do you think these two have mistaken for somebody that cares evidently hey you to get to talk all the time doc about whatever shows and we're talking about the biggest sporting event in the world and star trek i don't mind bonnie that it's really hot over here doc as the football in the in the nfl in the united states until football dies out because of all the concussions well you can't tell me soccer players don't have concussion these do they don't kill their sports eliminate it though do you notice emory is beginning to sound like steve locker tom hey i don't understand that.

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"yucatan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Said friday that the vice president will speak at an event saturday afternoon in the city council chambers organizers plan to release a flock of doves after mr pence his speech to commemorate each of the fifty eight victims killed in the october first rampage on the las vegas trip in remarks to the white house hispanic heritage month event president trump said that the nation is still mourning the loss of life in this week smash shooting as we gather for this celebration our hearts remain heavy and said for the victims of the horrible mass murder in las vegas evald in america remains committed to supporting those who are grieving the white house continues to dispute media reports about tensions between president trump and secretary of state tillerson correspondent greg clugston has more on the store amid swirling speculation about tillerson's job security white house press secretary sarah san under said president trump has confidence in his secretary of state nothing has changed despite what you may read in the media or watch on tv or statement came one day after the president also declared total confidence in tillerson at midweek tillerson issued a public statement in response to reports that he had threatened to resign and had referred to the press and as a moron ray clugston the white house hurricane hunter planes have found tropical storm nate growing stronger just off mexico's yucatan peninsula the national hurricane center in miami says nate has topped sustained winds up sixty five miles per hour and situated about ninety miles northeast of causing i'll mexico friday night by the food and drug minister asian on friday warned that the us drug shortages are possible because power outages in puerto rico have stopped or limited production at many medicine factories there more on these stories at town hall dot com uh huh the water these words one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children are childrens children one it was once like in.

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"yucatan" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"That's it crosses over the yucatan peninsula and gets out over the open water of the gulf of mexico this is wanted is expected to intensify for that reason obviously we have the tropical storm watches and warnings as well as hurricane watches and warnings in effect basically from areas around lafayette louisiana all the way over towards panama city florida multiple hurricanes have taken a by that of job growth with nonfarm payrolls falling by thirty three thousand last mata job market and economy generally look healthy the government says the unemployment rate fell to four point two percent from four point four the lowest level since february of two thousand one some economists expect job growth to rebound in coming months as businesses in texas florida that other areas reopened and construction companies ramp up their repair and renovation work scott carr washington authorities in las vegas are still trying to figure out what caused 64yearold steven paddock to go on the deadliest shooting rampage in modern us history while the press and the public are frustrated there are none more frustrated than lawn forcement the investigators trying to determine a motive for we hope very much to be able to provide concrete information to the pop about why this happened because that's what's on everyone's mind fbi special agent aaron rao says the why is important for a number of reasons including identifying indicators that were missed that should have tipped somewhat off to the impending slaughter so those indicators won't be missed again jim roope los vegas twenty nine people remain in critical condition at las vegas hospitals where they have been since the massacre on wall street the dow jones industrial average continues to slide off thirty three points the sp 500 down six the nasdaq off to i.

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"yucatan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on WTMA

"Crosses over the yucatan peninsula and gets out over the open water of the gulf of mexico this is one is expected to intensify for that reason obviously we have the tropical storm watches and warnings as well as hurricane watches and warnings in effect basically from areas around lafayette louisiana all the way over towards panama city florida multiple hurricanes have taken a by that of job growth with nonfarm payrolls falling by thirty three thousand last motto job market and economy generally look healthy the government says the unemployment rate fell to four point two percent from four point four the lowest level since february of two thousand one some economists expect job growth to rebound in coming months as businesses in texas florida that other areas reopened and construction companies ramp up their repair and renovation work scott carr washington authorities in las vegas are still trying to figure out what caused 64yearold steven paddock to go on the deadliest shooting rampage in modern us history while the press and the public are frustrated there are none more frustrated than lawn forcement and the investigators trying to determine a motive we hope very much so to be able to provide concrete information to the pop about why this happened because that's what's on everyone's mind fbi special agent aaron rouse says the why is important for a number of reasons including identifying indicators that were missed that should have tipped somewhat off to the impending slaughter sold those indicators won't be missed again jim roope los vegas twenty nine people remain in critical condition at las vegas hospitals where they have been since the massacre on wall street the dow jones industrial average continues to slide off thirty three points the sp 500 down six the nasdaq off to an antiaids have you still not refinanced your mortgage well soon you may be kicking yourself in the head hi i'm wesley hilton.

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"yucatan" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on WLOB

"The mine gallagher freaking now on the mike gallagher show couple of breaking news stories first of all tropical storm nate roared through a toward mexico's yucatan peninsula after drenching central america with heavy rains forecasters say natshe should reach the us gulf coast as a category one hurricane over the weekend and potentially near new orleans a hurricane watch has been posted for the louisiana coast so we're watching hurricane nate i don't mean to be cynical but you know we had days of hearing the mayor of san juan screech about president trump being a killer and committing a holocaust and people are dying left and right and it's just awful trump was criticized because he pushed back same thank goodness things weren't as bad in puerto rico as they could have been that just infuriated show many people you realize already there have been more how many deaths lance can you posted on my screen the last count i had of deaths in puerto rico we're sixteen sixteen was the number don't know if that's been higher but already the deaths in central america have exceeded the deaths from puerto rico and we've barely shut a word about in that it isn't that notable barely a word about twenty over twenty deaths right now as a result of this storm nate which is already more than puerto rico apparently has looking for a okay i'm sorry so the death count has raised to thirty four but you get my point death is death and and loss of life is is is terrible and tragic and we pray for all the victims of these storms no matter where they are but the way puerto rico was shamelessly politicized in order to try to blame the trump administration the what a what a nasty chapter there's also breaking news about the obamacare contraceptive mandate the trump administration moments ago has announced a major role of the obama care contraceptive mandate granting what officials called full protection to a wide range of companies and organisations the claim a.

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"yucatan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To eight inches in some locations along with wins 40 to 60 miles per hour to the yucatan peninsula now what's crossing the yucatan their expected it to emerge over the the the bay of camp peachy a we could see reach strengthening tuesday night into wednesday it could actually become a hurricane before impacting western mexico thursday morning is the time frame they're talking about no now we're up to speed let's get back to the calls what's happened in this morning rick morning are you dr been doing alright what's been happening i'll right you much upi the al gore thank you sir in a joke shop anywhere they want to remove the sertoma picker you know goose there whatever i understand that he is so poor off the charts provider tangail with global war and you were right are on your earlier i was close pau gasol yes and oh illegal immigrant hunt san francisco or per harked out with all right i almost two hundred two hundred ninety thousand dollars.

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"yucatan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"A good day to be vacationing on mexico's yucatan coast as tropical storm franklin as made landfall a short time ago with sixty mile per hour sustained winds and torrential rain chris landsea at the national hurricane center says franklin is expected to move across the peninsula overnight an and head out into the open gulf water spate of ill restrengthen and we predicted to be hurricane before it makes a second landfall in mexico wednesday night or thursday morning adrienne bard reports from mexico city five mexican states are on red alert due to tropical storm franklin summer vacation just ended for high schoolers but mexican authorities ordered schools closed because of the heavy rain expected flood warnings are also in effect this is a totally flat area with no mountains to break the win forecasters predict the storm will whip across the yucatan peninsula at out to sea again over the gulf of mexico as expected north korea is vowing to press on with its nuclear program and its ballistic missile tests in defiance of the latest un sanctions the key is whether or not to chinese and the russians and others who deal with north korea on a regular basis will fully implemented ralph kasha of the center for strategic studies will give out to be monitoring very closely to see whether are not der stole large shipments of oil and other things coming into or out of north korea secretary of state tillerson says he's open to negotiating with the north but only if they seized provocative actions chicago's going to court over the trump administration's attempts to punish iran for its sanctuary city policies by withholding federal grant money seed dorsey reports chicago's lawsuit comes on the heels of those by seattle san francisco and the california county of cnn clara all socalled sanctuary cities they joined new york la baltimore and dozens of other urban areas that limit the use of city resources to.

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"yucatan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"yucatan" Discussed on KTRH

"So the way things are shaping up and by the way i always have to pref is this by saying this never happens but it sorted gives this kind of a general ballpark an idea of how the day is shaping up we go we have a zero percent chance of rain this hour we go to a fifteen percent chance of rain in the eleven o'clock hour at noon thirty percent one this afternoon a sixty five percent chance of rain two o'clock that jumps up to a 75 percent chance of rain drops to a fifty percent by three o'clock by four and five were getting down into almost nothing so it looks like right after lunch time is when we have this chance for rain eighty two degrees on the island right now getting a little bit a shower activity in the woodland you have seventy six katie or at seventy eight eighty degrees now at the ktrh top tax defenders 24 hour weather center aid owed two our top story there are two systems that we are watching one very far off over near africa it looks like a system that is just starting to form might become a tropical depression not there yet we have another disturbance that is trying to form on these south part of the yucatan peninsula were keeping a close eye on both of those the justice department and top intelligence officials are stepping up efforts to prosecute leakers criminal investigations of unauthorized intelligence disclosures have dramatically increased triple the number compared to the end of the obama administration attorney general jeff sessions did not specify new prosecutions but announced new efforts by the fbi to prioritize investigations of leaks he also says the justice department will review guidelines put in place in 2015 that make it harder for the government to subpoena journalists about sources in washington jared halpern fox news new republican invited to repeal and replace the affordable care act continues according to vice president mike pence my fellow conservatives let me be clear this ain't over the st over that's pens addressing a crowd of conservative college students last night at a conference.

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