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"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"People will not be vaccinated. And the people that are not vaccinated are really putting themselves in great jeopardy. The Fiesta Commission is asking attendees who are not fully vaccinated to wear a mask but will not check anyone's vaccination status. There will be papa vaccination clinics that some Fiesta events to encourage people to get the shot and people who have been vaccinated against Cove it are still testing positive in some cases. Nine members of the New York Yankees caught the virus, leaving some scratching their heads. None are showing symptoms. Dr. Charles Learner with the Texas Medical Association says. The only reason we know about it is because athletes are constantly tested, he says. This proves the vaccine works. When you're immunized. The likelihood of your having severe disease is markedly reduced. Almost nothing, he says. It's highly unlikely that the players gave it to each other. Studies show that people who get vaccinated don't share is much of the virus in their bodily fluids. Margo Murano NewsRadio 1200 W O. A. I. The Alamo Trust will ask the Bear County commissioners today to consider contributing $25 million to a new museum at the Alamo after briefing the commissioner's on the plan that trust presenters will ask them to instruct the county manager to allocate $5 million for each of the next five years. Helped fund the project. The estimated cost of the museum is 250 million is projected. Opening date is in the year. 2025 Well, today marks three years since the deadly shooting at Santa Fe High School in the Houston Metro area toe under the 10 lives lost, the school formally unveil a new memorial called the Unfilmable Chair. Classes will be optional today so students could instead focus on reflecting and healing. The tragedy is the third deadliest school shooting in America and the deadliest high school shooting ever in Texas. Five decades after the Roe versus Wade decision, abortion rights could soon be rolled back significantly would agree to weigh in on a Mississippi law that would ban the procedure after the 15 week mark before viability when a fetus can survive outside the womb. This case, signal's hot button issues are welcome at the court. The justices will soon hear cases on gun control and executive power. Affirmative action and immigration challenges may soon follow. The court likely won't make a final decision on this case until about a year from now. But pro life Americans are.

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"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Latest wave is Texas El Paso here in Texas, has been hit especially hard hospitals so full there right now that they're transporting some patients out of there as far away as places like Dallas just to make room for the most sick. The convention center has been converted into a mobile field hospital and Cruz brought in at least 10 mobile morgues. Help with the overflow of bodies because there is just no more room left at the medical examiner's office, another hard hit area in the Lone Star State. Lovett, Texas, That's in the Western part. It's where temporary medical tents are also being put up. Help handle. All of the extra patients were now two weeks away from Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel times of the year. But this year, fewer people may be visiting relatives due to fears about the coronavirus. Josh's uber is with Triple A Texas talk about air travel went down about 44% in Texas to about 151,000 travelers over only says they're predicting about a 5% decline of people traveling for Thanksgiving this year. A divide on City Council about how to go forward with upgrading Alamo Plaza Now that the Senate tapas Thing put some light councilman many people Aya's When it continue the push to redo the grounds as a way to tell a broader story. People have come to worship and mythologize the value of courage that the battle represents and really mythologize these heroes. These folks were so terrified of allowing people to learn about the long history. Others on City Council say they want to dissolve the deal with the state and the Alamo Trust and have the state maintained the church and long barracks of the rest would be up to San Antonio. That would be financially difficult after the vote to keep the Senate have in place. Several big time financial backers pulled out of the planning of the largest indoor water park in Texas has opened its doors in Round rock. The 350 acre Kalahari Round Rock Resort will feature a 223,000 square foot water park, second and size toe only one in New Jersey. Resort complex will also have an indoor theme park.

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"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And it's four o'clock at news radio 1200 w away. I Divine on San Antonio City Council about how to go forward with upgrading Alamo Plaza. None of the Senate tapas thing put some light councilman many people, Aya's want to continue the push to redo the grounds as a way to tell a broad story. The awesome story of the Alamo does not match the not so awesome experience of being at the Alamo. And I think that we can change that. Others on City Council say they want to dissolve the deal with the state in the Alamo Trust and have the state maintained the church and long barracks. The rest would be up to San Antonio, and that would be financially difficult after the vote to keep the Senate staff in place. Several big time financial backers pulled out of the planning. Some governors of beginning to suggest lockdowns may be returning as the number of cove in 19 cases continues to rise. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine warn his state may have to lock down of the numbers do not improve A stay at home advisory starts Monday in Chicago, New York will be reinstating some restrictions as well. And Texas is the first state to surpass one million cases of Cove in 19. Paso, especially being ravaged by the virus Delivery. Brunettes, Brother of Vietnam veteran died in September. Her husband, Dave, who was a firefighter, died in March. I can't sleep in our bed. It's not there anymore, she says. The toughest part is not being able to comfort others or being comforted herself were now two weeks away from Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel times of the year. This year, though, if you were people who could be visiting their relatives because of fears about catching the virus, and judge Super is with Triple A Texas We're talking about air travel. We're down the war nearly half. So yeah, over 19 concerns. Still lingering over only says they're predicting a 5% decline and people traveling for Thanksgiving this year and the embattled lame duck sheriff and Williamson County has one less thing to worry about. Now that the live PD suit against him has been dropped. Williamson County commissioners had food Republican Sheriff Robert showed E for making a deal with the producers of the now defunct reality TV series Live PD Without their permission Yesterday, commissioners voted Unanimously to drop the suit on the advice of county attorneys because Jodi agreed to abide by a cease and desist order. Live PD was canceled two days after the Statesman reported crews were filming tonight. Unarmed black man Harvey her Ambler was killed by Wilko deputies that footage was destroyed and showed he was indicted for evidence tampering charges he denies in Austin. Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200 wook attacks, This woman is facing charges after her behavior forced the plane to land early. Officials say. 25 year old Sirrah McClinton was already drunk when she boarded a commute Air flight from Jacksonville, Florida to Houston, and during the flight, she reportedly threw up on herself removed her pants, argued with another passenger and then took a swing in a flight attendant at the plane had to land early in Mobile, Alabama. She's now charged with disorderly conduct and public intoxication. Six Americans are among those dead after a helicopter crash in Egypt. The crash led to the deaths of eight peacekeepers. Overall, It's not clear what caused the aircraft to go down in the desert of South Sinai of officials say there's no reason so far to believe it was anything other than an accident and get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news radio 1200 w o a eye on my heart radio. I'm Carrie Laki news. Radio 1200 w O A. I I was getting studios the paint soil. Hello, system probably here, and I just wanted to the manger order. That is absolutely no shame in admitting that you something struggle with feeling anxious, overwhelmed, depressed our emotions in a park where everything lives, and I've let myself that it could be very helpful to talk through them when I was talking to your friends and family are putting into music are other outlets. Expressing itself is important. If you're dealing with depression. I want to help somebody else who maybe visit faint. Your world's dog today.

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"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Latest wave is Texas. El Paso here in Texas has been hit especially hard hospitals so full there right now that they're transporting some patients out of there as far away as places like Dallas just to make room for the most sick. The convention center has been converted into a mobile field hospital, and Cruz brought in at least 10 mobile morgues to help with the overflow of bodies because there is just no more room left. At the medical examiner's office, another hard hit area in the Lone Star State. Lovett, Texas, That's in the Western part. It's where temporary medical tents are also being put up. Help handle. All of the extra patients were now two weeks away from Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel times of the year. But this year, fewer people are visiting relatives due to fears about the coronavirus at Josh's Uber is with Triple A Texas talk about air travel went down about 44% in Texas to about 151,000 travelers over only says they're predicting about a 5% decline of people traveling for Thanksgiving this year Divide on San Antonio City Council about how to go forward with upgrading Alamo Plaza, Never the cenotaph estate. Put some light councilman many people. Aya's wanna continue the push to redo the grounds as a way to tell a broad story. People have come to worship in mythologize the value of courage that the battle represents and really mythologize these heroes. These folks were so terrified of allowing people to learn about the long history. Others on City Council say they want to dissolve the deal with the state and the Alamo Trust and have the state maintained the church and long barracks and the rest would be up to San Antonio and that be financially difficult. The vote to keep the cenotaph and place several big time financial backers have pulled out of the planning of the largest indoor water park in Texas has opened its doors today in Round rock, The 350 acre Kalahari Round Rock Resort will feature a 223,000 square foot water park, second in size to only one in New Jersey. The resort complex will also have an.

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"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Wook. I Our top story. Huge changes are not coming to Alamo Plaza. The Texas Historical Commission has given the thumbs down to a plan that called for ripping down the cenotaph and moving it to a spot about 500 FT. Away. Doug McDonald, who heads the Alamo Trust is disappointed. Moving the cenotaph was a big part of the new master plan, which aimed to tell the whole story. We take great exception to anybody who suggest that the Senate half is more sacred than the strain of Texas Liberty. It's important monuments, but the church is the important building on The move was backed by tourism leaders and groups like the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. But it faced opposition from many Texas Republicans like Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, who felt that moving the cenotaph would disrespect the defenders. Bayer County is seeing a slight uptick in the cova 19 cases. Metrohealth reported 196 new cases yesterday, bringing the seven day average up to 148 Mayor Rahm Nirenberg is reminding residents that the pandemic is not over. Remember, this virus is still present in our community, so mask up keep 6 Ft of distance from others. Wash your hands frequently, and if you're sick, please stay home and away from others, The mayor said. Covert hospitalizations have also risen slightly because of the Corona virus. This might be the most important year ever to get your flu shot. Dr. Giancarlo says. That's because influenza topped off with covert 19 would be much worse. He sits on the governor's Corona virus Task force if you have Signs and symptoms of Corona virus or the flu because they're so similar. It's gonna be really hard to figure out. You've got a flu infection or Corona virus, he says. Getting vaccinated now should cover you through the entire flu season. Fans of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will get a chance to say goodbye. Today. She will lie in repose today and tomorrow with the U. S. Supreme Court and the crowds are expected to be large Justice Ginsburg's fame came from more than her legal arguments. Texas A and M University professor of law Meg Penrose says she was a pop culture icon. One of the greatest interviews with Justice Ginsberg Steven Colbert doing her work out with her. A private interment will be held next week at Arlington National Cemetery. Three. Justice Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87 due to complications of pancreatic cancer. Beth Myers, NewsRadio 1200 W. Away, I legendary running back Gale Sayers has died at the age of 77 sailors is a Chicago Bears. Legend who scored 22 touchdowns in his rookie season in 1965 Injuries cut his career short, but that didn't stop him from becoming a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. Get the latest news any time anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio 1200 Wook I on I Heart radio. I'm Marco Moreno NewsRadio 1200 w O A. I trump's.

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"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"alamo trust" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Changes are not coming to Alamo Plaza. The Texas Historical Commission has given the thumbs down to a plan that called for moving the cenotaph about 500 FT. Away to the South. Doug McDonald, who heads Alamo Trust says This is a huge blow to the Alamo Master plan, which was supposed to make the plaza look more like it did back in 18 36. If we really love Texas history, and we think the story of the Alamo is important, this is our one opportunity. Our lifetimes actually tell the story to tell it well, to tell us of public understand that The move was backed by tourism leaders and groups like the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. But it faced opposition from many Texas Republicans like Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, who felt that moving the cenotaph would disrespect the defenders. San Antonio Police were involved in a shooting late last night at the Westway Apartments on Cool Labor Road That's on the city's Westside officers were responding to a burglary when they heard a gunshot come from the apartment. A woman and five kids came running out of the unit until police there was a man with a gun inside. When officers tried to talk him out. He fired several shots at them. Officers returned fire hitting the man. He is now hospitalized. No word on his condition. Police chief William McManus is reviewing Bodycam footage. Bear County is seeing a slight uptick in covert 19 cases. Metrohealth reported 196 new cases yesterday, bringing the seven day average up to 148 Mayor Ron Nirenberg is reminding residents that the pandemic is not over. Remember, this virus is still present in our community. So mask up, Keep 6 Ft of distance from others. Wash your hands frequently, and if you're sick, please stay home and away from others. Six new death were also reported on Tuesday. Nierenberg says it's too soon to tell of the bump in cases is related to the Labor Day weekend. President Trump is blaming China for the US heading 200,000 Corona virus death. Trump called the milestone a shame, but claimed the number could be over two million. If the response wasn't done properly. The US leads the world in both total cases and number of deaths from the virus. President Trump, meantime, says he will announce his Supreme Court nominee this Saturday at four PM as Republicans want to confirm the nominee as soon as possible. It looked like a living GOP showdown. But the president's unlikely hero Mitt Romney, delivering the key vote to push forward after Collins and Murkowski defected and in Pittsburgh, the president Was grateful, but he was very good.

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