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Tybee Island implements traffic controls during busy spring season


Tybee Island implements traffic controls during busy spring season
Tybee Island implements traffic controls during busy spring season
By Mariah Congedo | April 10, 2021 at 11:27 PM EDT - Updated April 10 at 11:42 PM
TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. (WTOC) - The roads that lead to the beaches on Tybee have been a little busier this year, with thousands of people driving to the island every weekend since the end of March.
Tybee Island has always been a popular destination, but this year the travel season has started early. The city has added traffic controls to avoid gridlock in the busy parts of the island.
“If it stops here, it causes a ripple effect all the way back to Johnny Mercer,” said Tybee Island City Manager Shawn Gillen.

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Cody Concrete Pours Down 17th Street April 1st & 2nd


Cody Concrete Pours Down 17th Street April 1st & 2nd
Written by Andrew-Rossi on April 1, 2021
After two delays, it’s time for the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project to slow down and go downhill – so you’ll want to plan your Cody drive accordingly.
Starting Thursday, April 1, fifty trucks and 500 cubic yards of concrete will be poured down 17
th Street towards Alger Avenue.
When the pour commences, one-way traffic with flaggers will be utilized around the work zone. Drivers can anticipate delays all day Thursday and at least part of Friday, depending on progress.
WYDOT Public Relations Specialist Cody Beers recommends Cody’s drivers seek alternate routes – Heart Mountain Street and South Fork Avenue – during the concrete placement. Avoiding the hill will reduce your waiting time and lessen traffic in the work zone.

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MISSING: Kansas City police asking for help locating man missing since November


Updated: 11:59 AM CST Feb 9, 2021
KMBC 9 News Staff
The Kansas City Police Department is asking the public’s help locating a missing 31-year-old man last seen in November.Police are attempting to locate Drew Temple, who was last seen at his home near 17th and Oak streets in November. Police said Temple is 5 foot, 10 inches and weighing 210 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. If you know of Temple’s location or know information about his situation, please contact the KCPD Missing Person’s Section at 816-234-5136. Back in 2008, Temple was one of the most highly-recruited football players in the Kansas City metro area at Rockhurst High School. He signed with the Missouri Tigers in the 2008 recruiting class but left Columbia after his redshirt freshman season.

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arrested yesterday that we know of. the traffic was snarled in new york for miles. they were chanting new york is baltimore and baltimore is new york. alexandra field was in the middle of it all. >> reporter: john, protesters followed by police officers for much of the night. it started in union square. hundreds coming together to express their sadness and outreach over events in baltimore. police were prepared for a large group to gather there. they started the evening warning people over a loudspeaker if they obstructed the sidewalks or got into the streets, arrests would be made. once the crowds started to move out of union square to 17th street police cut them off making a number of arrests. the crowds moved uptown on to the west side highway and walking into traffic on eighth avenue where more were arrested. in times square police made more arrests. tensions running high. the crowd showing support for baltimore and calling for justice for freddie gray.

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of the night. demonstrators coming together to express sadness and outrage over the events in baltimore. police were prepared for a large group to gather there, but they started the evening warning people over a loudspeaker that if they obstructed the sidewalks or got into the streets, arrests would be made for disorderly conduct. once the crowds started to move out of union square and to 17th street. police cut them off making a number of arrests. crowds moved uptown on to the west side highway and walking into traffic and on eighth avenue where more were arrested and into times square. tensions running high and the crowd said they were showing support for baltimore. a long line of nypd officers following them on foot and following in a line of mopeds and motorcycles. >> alexandra field in new york. there were protesters out on the streets in ferguson missouri.

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don't know if you can see them through the crowd, but the nypd is using to keep them on the corners. erin this started as a very peaceful protest, a large crowd, hundreds and hundreds of people just behind me back there in union square. they had gathered said this was going to be a place to express their sadness and outrage, but the nypd said they were not going to have free reign of the streets of the city tonight. as soon as people left union square park came right out here to 17th street police started pushing them back. those who resisted refused to get on the sidewalk those who refused to disperse were arrested. we think we've got maybe a couple dozen arrests. tough to keep track. we have seen a lot of people have the hand ties put on. one person being carried out of here for resisting. another person taken away in an ambulance. still a very tense situation, erin. we've got more and more nypd officers who have been brought in here. some of them wearing helmets with face masks.

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demonstrate, who wanted to make themselves heard, who wanted to carry their signs. so just as soon as this crowd started to pour out of union square police intercepted them cut them off. the crowd headed from east to west. the police cut them off coming from west to east. there was the confrontation that happened right out here in the middle of 17th street. the police tried to force this crowd back to where they had come from. a lot of people again getting out of the way of police listening to police orders getting on the sidewalk. you did see a few people who are put in those hand ties who have been arrested now. we're told they're going to be charged with disorderly conduct. >> thank you very much, we'll check back in as more develops. these protests in solidarity with baltimore and other cities one of them being in new york. the white house doubling down standing by the president's controversial comments calling those who are engaging in riots and looting in baltimore thugs. here's white house spokesman josh earnest today. >> no i don't think the president would in any way

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hour hour and a half. people were listening to speakers they were chanting, they were doing a little bit of singing. when they decided to get in the streets nypd came through on this threat. they'd handed out fliers earlier saying they would step in to arrest people if they obstructed sidewalks or got in the streets. nypd now showing that was not a hollow threat. they have cut them off really just within the first half block of this march. this is union square. just down here. so really this crowd didn't get far at all before the mess came in and started making these arrests. i want you to take a look at what's happening out here on 17th street in manhattan before your eyes. this started as a protest to show solidarity with baltimore. nypd again now making a handful of these arrests. >> alex were you able to understand exactly what happened to have a change? when you were talking to us not even 30 minutes ago, this was remarkably peaceful. and now, obviously, you're

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u.s. marching in solidarity with those in baltimore, protesting the death of freddie gray in police custody. chants of "black lives matter." some are carrying signs reading "we are not thugs" in reaction to the president's comments yesterday calling the rioters and looters thugs. a huge demonstration in new york city right now as well. so far, these protests have remained peaceful tonight. alex field is among the protesters in new york city. alex i know that you've just seen a bit of a change in terms of police response. >> that's right this confrontation now happening live. this had started as a peaceful protest. police had warned that people could not walk in the streets, that they could be arrested for disorderly conduct if they took to the streets. what we saw in the last few minutes was a big crowd of hundreds of people marching across 17th street heading west across manhattan. police cutting them off as they tried to approach. you can now see police trying to

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spontaneous decision from the protesters to march. they had gathered here for about an hour anderson in a very peaceful demonstration, holding signs, chanting speaking to one another. >> and then they decided to hit the streets. they got a half block outside the park heading west on 17th street and that's when they were intercepted by officers who forced them back to on the sidewalk. those who would not listen to police not clear out of the street and get on the sidewalk we saw them put in hand ties and taken away. this might be surprising to some people who have seen a number of protests in this city over the last couple months most remarkably back over the winter months when we saw hundreds if not thousands of people taking to the streets to protest after the death of eric garner. you may remember we did see some arrests at that time. but we didn't see them instantly. it seems the tactic the nypd was employing at that time was to allow people the space to get into the streets if they chose to to express the passions they had decided to express at the time. the tactics tonight, anderson different. and they came with warning.

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their way west of 17th street. a lot of people still out here being held behind these mesh fences waiting for what's next anderson. >> and alexandra, we're showing our viewers on the left-hand side of the screen your shot your live shot. but also now on the right-hand side of your screen, a shot from earlier. and you really get a sense, alexandra, of the large numbers of people who did turn out for that demonstration. do you have -- i know you rarely do the police put out numbers. but is there any kind of authoritative number? >> reporter: there is not an authoritative number of how large this crowd was. and you're right, the nypd rarely gives out crowd numbers. we know on social media more than 5,000 people rsvped saying they were going to come to this. we were surprised to see within a few minutes of the scheduled start time 6:00 there were hundreds and hundreds of people able to go back later and take a

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the nypd knew about the protest that was going to be happening in union square. they got down here this afternoon, even before the demonstrators got here. they set up loud speakers warning people that if they obstructed the sidewalks or if they walked in the streets, they could be arrested for disorderly conduct. and as soon as this crowd of at least hundreds of people started to make their way across 17th street the police responded immediately, anderson and that's when we saw them taking some people into arrest. one person left here in an ambulance. no word on what kind of injuries there might be in that case. at this point, what we're seeing at this very moment though are nypd officers standing shoulder to shoulder out here downtown manhattan, the middle of 17th street trying to keep this crowd out of the street. the crowd is somewhat thinning. we heard some demonstrators say they'll march in other places they'll head south from here. and it seems the police are actually moving at this point. we don't know what's prompted it. we can't see down there. but we do see that a large crowd of nypd officers now making

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look at the aerials. i was in the middle of union square park and we were shoulder to shoulder with people a very thick crowd. they came out early, they wanted to be here. they said they were here to express solidarity with people in baltimore. they said they were here to demand justice for freddie gray. we asked them explicitly do you have plans to march across the city the way we saw them do so many times over the winter and they said they had not organized any official march but they weren't going to try to hem people in or stop them from doing what felt right. here again, i don't know if you can hear in the background anderson but again, the nypd over the loud speakers telling people they need to stay on the sidewalks, stay out of the streets, and warning them that arrests will continue to be made if people are obstructing the streets, according to the officers out here. we are still standing on this corner on 17th street behind this mesh fence, which is being held up by nypd officers. we did see officers come in here flooding in on 17th street when the crowds advanced

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snarled traffic in manhattan and chanting new york is baltimore. baltimore is new york. cnn's alexandra field was in the middle of the protests. >> reporter: john protesters followed by police officers for a lot of the night. it started in union square. hundreds of demonstrators coming together to express their sadness and outrage over the events in baltimore. police were prepared but they started the warning over the loud speaker if they obstructed the sidewalks or got into the streets, arrests would be made. once the crowd started to move out of union square into 17th street police cut them off. making a number of arrests. crowds moved uptown and on to the west side highway and walking into traffic on eighth avenue where more people arrested and into times square. tensions running high as the crowd chanted showing support

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we saw a lot of arrests this evening when a huge group got in the middle of 17th street. and we've heard tense words exchanged. we're hearing a lot of demonstrators who are frankly angry. a lot of them chanting baltimore, we've got your back and a lot of them shouting directly at police officers and you see them pause at times to have these confrontations. and the police will line up as the crowd shouts back and then the crowd moves back on which is what we're doing right now is heading back on 42nd street. >> so these are moving protests and how many protesters do you think is on cnn? >> reporter: we are probably in a crowd of a couple hundred right now. earlier this evening, we were in union square when hundreds and hundreds of people gathered and

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