Listen: Officer, Frank Sinatra And Sugarland discussed on Texas Home Improvement
"Oh one. Our top story. Authorities in Sugarland say they're negotiating with a man hold up in a car with a weapon outside a convenience store. They say it started off as a road rage incident. When the man pointing a gun at a car next to him. The driver of the car was an off duty police officer from eagle lake Texas. The off-duty officer followed the man from Houston does Sugarland where he got him to pull over into a buggies? And he contacted the sugar police. Here's there department spokesman, Doug Adolf. We do have a perimeter set up around the vehicle in the parking lot. We have not had to close any roadways or conduct any evacuation. Authorities say an adult woman in two small children were also. Also in the vehicle they were able to get out of the vehicle unharmed. But the driver would not leave residents along the Sanderson a river west fork must be on guard. Now, the water will continue to rise for the next couple of days and flooding will occur. The kingwood. Aga- barn is now moving into animals to the humble Civic Center. The barn is flood prone and they want to ensure the safety of their animal's. Other businesses are also evacuation evacuating infra peration Woodland's congressman Kevin Brady was on. Fox News this morning. He's the chairman of the tax writing House Ways, and means committee, and doesn't think there will be a government shutdown. It shouldn't happen. There's no reason for it at all in the congress has done so much the work already for the year for the funding. This is really just that final work. There has to be done. President is asking for five billion dollars for the wall. But Democrats are only willing to approve one point six billion dollars. It's three oh, three an entertainment. News old. Blue is still can. Draw crowned fans and collectors spent more than nine million dollars to buy items once owned by the singer Frank Sinatra that happened at an auction on Friday nearly everything sold is three hundred bidders from thirty countries competed against each other. The top item was a twenty carat diamond engagement ring that he gave to Barbara Sinatra in the bottom of the champagne glass, and it was so for one point seven million dollars. A Norman Rockwell portrait of Frank Sinatra sold for six hundred and eighty seven thousand dollars and night Toyota center, Elton, John performs the first of two concerts on his farewell, yellow brick tour, seven o'clock tonight, seven o'clock tomorrow night, the tourists gonna last over a year in."