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"Neighbor had the courage to say, we're not gonna put up we think that there's dealing dope out of this house. We're expecting to learn more about the suspects today. The officers have not been identified because they're undercover the agent they range in age from forty to fifty four. Okay, cliff? Thank you very much. The Transportation Security Administration announcing ticketing and security screening areas in terminal b at Bush airport will be reopened tomorrow close for more than two weeks due due to an agent shortage. That was linked to the partial government shutdown now planes have always been using those gates for rivals and departures, but passengers were rerouted through terminals c and e before they could move onto their departure gates. So there was a little bit of a slow down there that will end again tomorrow and a task a Sita sports bar is voluntarily giving up alcohol permit after employees were charged with selling cocaine to undercover officers. As according to court records, Jay JT's, sports bar and FM nine hundred sixty had a history of selling alcohol deminers serving customers after hours over serving those who are visibly intoxicated. The bar owner giving up his permit effective on February fourth while the football world is focused on Sunday Super Bowl in Atlanta, some season ticket holders in New Orleans still focusing on the past NFL being sued over that miss penalty late in the fourth quarter that arguably cost the saints a trip to the big game in court papers league officials admitted to the officiating error, but they're disputing allegations that the Commissioner Roger Goodell has thorny to order all portion of the game to be replayed. The LA Rams went on to beat the saints and overtime. They're going to be facing the patriots in Super Bowl fifty three on Sunday. And of course, bad weather expected in Atlanta for that. I'm shipper fryer and Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR."