92.7 WOBM News Flash Briefing: September 18 9AM
We're keeping an eye on Hurricane Jose ahead of its arrival at the jersey shore tonight.
Meteorologist Dan Zarrow says we could see waves up to 6-feet high along the coast, dangerous rip currents, surge flooding of about a foot or two possible with high tide Tuesday afternoon, wind gusts could eclipse 50-mph in spots with rain totals in the 1-3 inch range.
He's also tracking tropical storm lee and hurricane maria in the Atlantic at wobm.com.
New Jersey American Water company wants to raise rates again.
This time they are asking for an 18-percent rate hike.
Company officials say the money is needed to continue to replace aging water-mains and sewer systems.
Atlantic County investigators are looking into a shooting that left two dead inside a car outside of a bar on Wheat Road in the borough of Buena around 1:30 Saturday morning.
Police are investigating the deaths of 34-old Damon Jones of Bridgeton and 23-year old Talisa Colon of Vineland as a double homicide.
Anyone with information is urged to call the county prosecutors office.
It's a growing problem in jersey and across the nation.
More and more middle school students are thinking about suicide, and some will act on those thoughts.
So programs are being developed to help turn the tide.