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Alert - HTST2 - Lavaca River at Hallettsville (Texas)

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Alert conditions are not currently being met.

Flood Categories

Primary (ft)

  • Action : 20 ft
  • Minor : 27 ft
  • Moderate : 28 ft
  • Major : 29 ft

Secondary (kcfs)

  • Action : Not Set
  • Minor : Not Set
  • Moderate : Not Set
  • Major : Not Set

The forecast flood categories are the same as the observation flood categories.

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Observations

Latest Observation Category: Normal
Latest Observation: 3.47 ft
Latest Observation (Secondary): 0.0027 kcfs
Observation Time: Jan 13, 2018 10:15 PM -0600

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U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Data and Site Info for Hallettsville: USGS ID: 08163500

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Source:: Lavaca River at Hallettsville (ALERT)

      

Zac Brown Band falls Down the Rabbit Hole for new tour

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By Music News Group

Shore Fire Media/Jimmy FontaineZac Brown Band will be heading Down the Rabbit Hole this summer.

Zac’s eighth North American headlining trek — titled Down the Rabbit Hole Live — kicks off June 8 in Lincoln, Nebraska and wraps with two stadium dates with the Eagles in September.

“Down the Rabbit Hole Live is a reference to the never-ending pursuit of excellence,” Zac says of the name. “This summer, we’ll bring the fans along that journey with us.”

Tickets go on sale Friday.

Here’s the itinerary for Down the Rabbit Hole Live:

6/8 — Lincoln, NE, Pinnacle Bank Arena
6/9 — Sioux Falls, SD, Denny Sanford Premier Center
6/14, 15 — Boston, MA, Fenway Park
6/22 — Hershey, PA, Hersheypark Stadium
6/23 — Syracuse, NY, Lakeview Amphitheater
6/24 — Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater
6/30 — Atlanta, GA, SunTrust Park
7/13 — Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre
7/14 — Detroit, MI, Comerica Park
7/19, 20 — Camden, NJ, BB&T Pavilion
7/27 — Washington, DC, Nationals Park
7/28, 29 — Flushing, NY, Citi Field
8/2 — Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Blossom Music Center
8/3 — Noblesville, IN, Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
8/4 — Cincinnati, OH, Great American Ballpark
8/10 — Minneapolis, MN, Target Field
8/11, 12 — East Troy, WI, Alpine Valley Music Theatre
8/31 — Seattle, WA, Safeco Field
9/13 — Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
9/14 — Raleigh, NC, Coastal Credit Union Park at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
9/15 — Virginia Beach, VA, Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
9/20 — San Francisco, CA, AT&T Park
9/22 — San Diego, CA, Petco Park

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Sam Rockwell drops f-bomb on "Saturday Night Live"

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By Stephen Iervolino

Rosalind O’Connor/NBC(NEW YORK) — The Twittersphere lit up Saturday night after guest host Sam Rockwell accidentally dropped the F-bomb during a Saturday Night Live sketch.

In the eyebrow-raising sketch, the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri star plays a science teacher in a lab with a pair students.

One of the students, played by cast member Mikey Day, can’t seem to grasp the task at hand, so Rockwell’s character says to the boy, “You can’t be this f****** stupid.”

The expletive was removed in subsequent Mountain Time and Central Time airings of the show.

Rockwell never breaks character — nor does Day or Cecily Strong, who plays the other student — but Rockwell does immediately cover his mouth after uttering the profanity.

The expletive — which occurs about 2:50 into the clip — has been censored.

A rep for Saturday Night Live declined to comment on Rockwell’s slip of the tongue. ABC News has also sought comment from the actor’s publicist.

Rockwell isn’t the only one to drop the F-bomb on Saturday Night Live.

Guest host Kristen Stewart said the expletive last year.

In 2012, Samuel L. Jackson said both “f***” and “bull****” while participating in a sketch.

And in 2009, cast member Jenny Slate said the F-word during a sketch. It was her first season with the show. She was fired after the conclusion of the season.

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Nashville notes

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By Music News Group

Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Tune in for Keith Urban‘s livestream event Wednesday on his Facebook page, starting at 7 p.m. CT.

Garth Brooks will play Thursday, February 1, during the 25th Annual Alive at the Bluebird series of shows at Music City’s iconic singer/songwriter venue. Kent Blazy, Pat Alger, Victoria Shaw and Tony Arata will join him for the 9 p.m. CT set. Tickets go on sale this Thursday at BluebirdCafe.com. Proceeds go to Nashville’s Alive Hospice.

You can watch newcomer Cale Dodds‘ debut music video for “Take You Back” on YouTube now.

Jillian Jacqueline has released the video for her new single, “Reasons,” just ahead of her performance of the song Monday on Late Night with Seth Meyers. You can watch for her performance starting at 12:35 a.m. ET on NBC.

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Billy Murray returns to "SNL" as Steve Bannon

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By Stephen Iervolino

Will Heath/NBC(NEW YORK) — After being portraying former Chief White House Strategist Steve Bannon as a masked grim reaper last season, Saturday Night Live finally unmasked the faux Bannon over the weekend as none other than SNL alum Bill Murray.

Murray unveiled the impression during the show’s cold open sketch, spoofing MSNBC’s Morning Joe, with cast members Kate McKinnon as Mika Brzezinski and Alex Moffat as Joe Scarborough.

Also included in the sketch was another surprise guest — former SNL regular Fred Armisen, portraying Michael Wolff, author of the expose Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

“No one gets the Bannon fired,” says the faux Bannon. “I never said [Donald Trump, Jr.] was treasonous.”

“Yes, you did,” Armisen’s Wolff replies.

“Well, I certainly never said he cracked like an egg on TV,” Murray’s Bannon insists.

“Uh, yeah. That sounds exactly like you,” Armisen’s Wolff fires back.

“OK, that does sound like me,” admits Murray’s Bannon. “Thank you, good reporting.”

The real Wolff doesn’t emerged unscathed, either: with doubts lingering about the veracity of stories in Fire and Fury, SNL joked that he alleged President Trump staged “baby races” in the White House — and like the real author, Armisen as Wolff got defensive when he couldn’t prove his claims. “Did you read the book?” he asks the hosts. “Did you like it? Then shut up!”

Also on the horizon for Murray’s Bannon after leaving Breitbart News: a Crackle series called Cucks in Cars Getting Coffee, a menswear line called “Frumpers for Guys” and a skincare line named “Blotch.”

“Bannon” isn’t through with politics either. “As a king maker, I convinced this country to elect Donald [Trump], and I can do it again,” says Murray. “Already auditioning candidates, got some prospects: Logan Paul; Martin Shkreli; the Subway guy, Jared Fogle — he’s back, he’s electable. It’s time for America to slide down the Bannon-ster.”

SNL‘s Leslie Jones also appears in the sketch as Oprah Winfrey.

Trump’s lawyers have served Bannon with a cease and desist letter claiming his statements in Fire and Fury constitute “defamation by libel and slander,” and violate a non-disclosure agreement Bannon signed as a campaign employee. Bannon insists his statements in the book are “inaccurate reporting.”

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