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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Big. But I love south west. And it's not gonna stop me from Bligh seems like airports have been going down because the system wide failures delta United jet, blue and Alaska Airlines were having problems as well. Southwest says scattered delays will continue so it's urging passengers to check their flight before leaving home. At love field. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Eighty KRLD. Well today is the day. People can no longer board. An American Airlines flight with an emotional support animal other the dog or cat for with as airlines announced to change their policy last month after several people tried to claim more exotic animals is therapy or emotional support animals, including pigs at peacocks, even a squirrel starting today. It is dogs and cats only though American says, they would consider an exception for a minute. Why would a miniature horse? Why would you consider a miniature horse, but not a pig? Miniature horses anyway. Okay. Plain statement of the airline says they've done this to protect the flight crew from entering animals to protect passengers who have a legitimate need for service animal any animals, traveling needs to be up-to-date on backs nations. Paperwork identifying them as an emotional support animal, a miniature horse that would be the exception. Okay. Why that I don't know why not Allama could be Llamas to why not exactly a last minute plea. His ended a capital murder case involving the death of a man from Allen KRLD's L. P Phillip says more on that story in hot springs county, Arkansas thirty nine year old Albert Williams has admitted his role in the may two thousand seventeen murder of sixty four year old Thomas Ewing of Allen, he was kidnapped after spending the weekend with Williams in a woman the to put them in the trunk of his own car. Drove him to a remote area, then murdered Ewing. The plea deal locks bolts up for more than forty years. Prosecutor Teresa Howell says the family is also spared having to sit through a trial here facts that are presented that are sometimes painful to hear as a family. And so we always way that out and visit with the family before any kind of decision is made on a plague a motive for the murder was never disclosed. Ewing's body was not discovered for more than a month until fishermen found the abandoned car and call police LP Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD. Three young boys are in critical condition. This morning after they were left alone in a car that then burst into flames characters. Christian Wiesel has more police say one year old JC on three year old Joe cya and four year old Jackson were left in the car by their father for some time. This is yesterday around six in the evening. Their father reportedly went into a game stop in a shopping center on first street west of highway seventy eight he does NBC five. You went to sell a game console to try and get money for the family when he came back outside. The car was on fire though. The father says that car wasn't running garland police attendant. Baranov says this should be a reminder that just because a car isn't on doesn't mean something like this can't happen. Take everyone out of the car. It's not worth the risk, an unknown. Get Samaritan helped pull all three boys out of the burning car. They are still in critical condition at parkland right now police say no charges are filed at this time. But the father could face a misdemeanor charge for leaving young kids alone in a car.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Keep inching up. So better get it. Now, a dollar sixty-nine plano at the Costco on Dallas Parkway near park boulevard. Then we've got a dollar seventy four in mesquite at the Valero on signing road near military Parkway. And finally, a dollar sixty four in Fort Worth at the Sam's Club on Brian Irvine road near I twenty the current local average in North Texas is over a dollar ninety one gas prices have jumped a nickel this week after five years of construction and a week long delay connected to the government shutdown fort worth's light rail line is up and running KRLD is Allen sky has more from the T NPR station in downtown Fort Worth. Tex rail runs seven days a week along a twenty seven mile stretch from downtown Fort Worth to DFW airport. People can ride for free this month. And some passengers getting on this morning say it's one of the check it out. We don't know where all the stops are, and we go to grapevine a lot. And so just kinda see where everything is I think is very comfortable. It's warm. It's going to be just a direct shot. Downtown Fort Worth has ambassadors meeting. Passengers to answer questions when they get off trains. DFW airports been greeting people when they arrive at terminal b with Starbucks gift cards at ten. Station in downtown Fort Worth. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio KRLD in Fort Worth of federal court jury's deliberating. Whether a south point couple forced a girl into unpaid labor for sixteen years, Carol dis LP Phillips reports deliberations began at nine AM have already been a couple of questions from the jury in the trial of Muhammad terrain wife. Denise Crosby, Tori, and both go to the heart of the government's case. The couple is accused of taking a girl from the west African nation of Guinea when she was five then forcing her to work as an unpaid servant for the next sixteen years doing the laundry cooking cleaning and helping with child raising. They say the Tories did not allow the girl to socialize or go to school and the victim herself. Now, an adult says they treated her like a slave. But the jury has asked to see videos that the defense says showed the victim living it up and acting like a bully the defense claims. The woman is no victim at all L P Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD for twelve. Officials with the data school districts say they're looking forward to learning. What state lawmakers will do about school finance in the current session? Lawmakers got a report from a commission with more than thirty recommendations Dallas ISD superintendent, Dr michelina Hosa says it's too early to tell which of those suggestions will make it into law. So we're too early in the game to take a stance, but we need to be very vigilant because that's going to be a big driver for us. This is any changes in the school. Funding formula will have a big impact on DISD several school board members.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The latest on some robberies around here. Good afternoons one zero three fifty nine degrees. David rankin. Dallas cops have arrested three people who may have been involved in several robberies outside their homes in oak cliff and old east. Dallas Dallas police brought three people in for questioning in the strove robberies. They arrested one person for aggravated robbery another. They say was driving a car that had been stolen in third on unrelated. Charges deputy chief Thomas Castro says more arrests could follow. So people should stay alert. Not just with these recent string of office. That's every day. It's unfortunate don't wanna scare people. But you should always be mindful of your surroundings at Dallas police headquarters. Alan Scaia, these radio tonight eighty year old Carrollton police say there's an isolated robbery on Sunday. But it doesn't appear to be related to these robberies in the Dallas area man on death row set to be executed tonight for killing a man more than twenty five years ago. DNA evidence tied to Alvin Brazil junior. And tied that two Douglas whites murder. Someone's shot down white as he and his wife walked along a jogging trail mosquito. The couple had only been married for ten days supreme court doesn't step in Brazil. We the thirteenth person put to death in Texas this year cops in grapevine warning about an Email scam. They ask for money, and it's targeting office workers the emails are made to look like they're from the boss asking employees to send money or gift cards. Police say one recent request was for four thousand dollars worth of gift cards by the time the employees send the money or by those gift cards. They've already lost the money as the scammers cash out right away. Amanda mcnew grapevine police says there's no shame. If you fallen for this already longer just elderly people being preyed on these are intelligent employees who think their bosses asking for something the offer gift cards may sound suspicious. But it's a little more believable around Christmas. If you do get an Email like this. You can check the sender's address to see if it's your is. Correct. Email and above all. Call your boss directly and make sure, you know, whether it's a legitimate request. Kristen Wisel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Okay. So we didn't get H Q two. But Amazon's still loves North Texas Amazon has decided to build a new regional air hub at Fort Worth alliance airport. The expansion means hundreds of new jobs for the North Texas region. Amazon announced today that construction is already underway on the facility located on the west side of the airport. The new hub will support multiple daily flights and is expected to be open sometime next year alliance airport completed a two hundred sixty million dollar project over the summer to extend its runways, especially in the heat allowing for more consistent operations for fully loaded. Cargo jets, Austin York, NewsRadio KRLD not one but two North Texas cities are talking about short term rentals like Airbnb Arlington is looking to regulate short term rentals like Airbnb while Hearst is looking to get rid of them altogether. Residents of those two cities have complained. That short-term rentals compromise neighborhood safety and lead to problems in Deutsche trash and parking Arlington will consider a proposal to require short term rental owners to get a specific use permit from the city, which could be revoked if they're repeated rule violations earlier this year grapevine voted unanimously to ban short term rentals that band is currently being challenged in court. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Jerry Jones looks like a genius right now with that trade that he made we'll talk next NewsRadio. Ten eighty.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Right now as Barry Switzer would say it's have one hundred fifty degrees. It KRLD's news, traffic, and weather, all news all day NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Your news now. Good morning. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. Top story. The mayor of Arlington is made a disaster declaration ahead of a dam that could burst at anytime KRLD's Allen sky alive in Arlington right now. Alan. Yes. Scott Arlington's worried about Preston would lake Dan that's part of a private system near green oaks. And Lamar just north of the city has crew standing by right now to clear, debris and credit keeps sediment from Jimmy ditches and covert downstream. But says no homes are going to be threatened when the dam breaks. There are a couple of neighborhoods near the dam, but they're they're upstream. Arlington is mainly worried about street, flooding green oaks is right downstream from the dam. That's a major path a six lane road from north Arlington to the east chased of element in Fort Worth across green oaks. There's a wastewater treatment plant a mayor. Jeff Williams has issued an emergency declaration saying if the dam does break it could cause severe injury and damage to city property. He says Arlington needs to take extraordinary measures to protect that property and alleviate any suffering for people who live or work nearby live in Arlington. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. KRLD allen. Thank you will next time. You had to love field may be easier to park a new parking garage is opening today. Douse aviation department director Mark Diener says it's gonna make parking lot easier five thousand spaces. We are using the bottom two levels of the garage goes down to levels, and that'll be used for valet stored..

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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty. The cops in Fort Worth might be looking for new police chief because the current one baby going east this morning mayor Betsy price told NBC five looks like Joe FitzGerald is taking over the police department in Baltimore. But the police in Fort Worth says, they haven't accepted another that. He hasn't accepted another offer. Baltimore Sun, also reporting, the mayor. There says she still looking at candidates, and Joel FitzGerald is originally from Philly became the chief and Fort Worth three years ago, Texas supreme court decides to get involved in an open records request. It's over who sold the state the drugs that they use for lethal injections for years ago penalty appellate public defender. More LeVine was concerned over who the drunk supplier was in two thousand fourteen and whether that vendor was providing drugs that met legal requirements, the state balked at telling who the supplier was then and has continued to refuse to name that. Company the laws of change in the current lethal injection drugs are not a part of this argument. But now that the Texas supreme court has decided to hear oral arguments Levin says she's not letting go of it either. Hold them to the letter of the law and the states what has been the state's really consistent faithfulness to transparency and open government. Except in this row. Arguments are set for January LP Phillips News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD Denton jury's deliberating right case against the disorder. Man. They've cues Terrence Kalman of stalking and assaulting a student at U N T at an apartment near the campus. Prosecutors say DNA is linking him to the crime still no verdict in that trial, the Cleveland woman, she's accused of trying to kill her own child. The jury's been out since Tuesday in the case against Denisa. Tut state says she talked to doctors and talk them into performing not unnecessary surgeries under son. They also say she tried to starve her son to death and put him in hospice care, one of the hospice, nurses noticed. There's nothing wrong with a child and told the police defense says touch just followed doctor. Advice? Probably safe to say, most of us are sick and tired of the weather after a week of rain and steady drizzle downpours loud. Nor Texans have been staying inside. Invest.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Sweatshirts and raincoats loading sandbags into people's cars. People are taking turns lining up in backing up to the shed where the sandbags are kept. We saw it on the news last night. And we said we've got to go get sandbags Arlington. I'll give up the twenty-five sandbags to anyone who produces their driver's licenses show. They live in the city. People can pick them up at Arlington's operation center on west main from seven in the morning to five in the afternoon. Monday through Friday in Arlington. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. The Fort Worth fire department has to add to swift water rescue team rainfall continuing to fall throughout the day. We're going to make sure that were available. That's my drift doll with Fort Worth fire. Who says the department is adding to swiftwater rescue teams today to the two that are already on duty this way, there will be one team in each of the four quadrants of the city drift. Al says if need be the city can call an additional swiftwater rescue teams from neighboring. Cities and from across the state. He says people can do their part by simply not trying to drive through flooded out roadways. If you cannot see the road because there's water over top of you don't drive through it. Stay safe. Keep your family safe and another way around that water. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD Texas set another rainfall for record for rainfall. And now it's set daily records three times this month, the ambulance provider in Fort Worth says that rain is causing more crashes Matt's von ski says don't drive with your hazards on when it's raining hazard lights. You might think is a great idea to help people identify the facts that you're driving slowly, but it also becomes a big distraction and hazard.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Like a giant block party with all downtown andrew campbell owns a bar downtown he also graduated from ut arlington he says arlington is becoming a destination the city of arlington is putting on cool stuff like this to keep us because it was always let's go to boomtown or let's go to four word is always other places to go fireworks tonight we'll shut down streets around levitt pavilion with more closures for the parade tomorrow in arlington alan scaia newsradio ten eighty krld darren denton kaufman and ellis counties have joined the growing list of counties in the state to impose burn bands the commissioner's court in each of those counties voting to improve the burn bands with hot dry windy weather increasing drought conditions tarrant county fire marshal randy renoir says the burn ban applies to unincorporated areas since most cities already have burned bands and effect all year long smaller cities allow people to burn through a permit process and they will also stop burning and honor the county's burn ban those who violate the burn bannon tarrant county will face a five hundred dollar fine in both taryn and denton counties the bar bands do not apply to fireworks far marshals there're her use extra caution and consider attending a professional fireworks show instead dallas police are investigating how a fatal accident on the far south side turned into a fatal wreck about six thirty this morning and pick up a tree near i forty five and i twenty a witness tells krld the driver never took his foot off the gas tires kept spinning until the heat started the fire the driver was killed inside the burning wreck now time for krld traffic and weather together men.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Seven minutes after the hour at least five deaths in the us have been attributed to what was hurricane erma millions remain without power in the south alan scaia has our lead story rebuilding the sunshine state florida cannot yet put a dollar figure on how much damage our i'm a caused we don't have any assessment is what's going to cost governor rick scott says it ships carrying gas have been waiting for ports to open but gas stations will not all open immediately not only do we have to get the fuel filter the gas station says gonna take a few days but some stations did get their first shipment car started lining up at this station in tampa before the truck even arrived i've been in tampa fifty years fifty years old and i've never seen so many people in my life out during this time his crazy this is crazy other businesses have started opening to one man at the gas station showed a picture his daughter sent him of a line stretching around the building to get into what churches chicken i went away by dr left she loves across stamp up people started going outside the take a look around many say they were happy to see minor damage compared to naples or fort myers we fared very very well lucky i guess would lucky war berry wars of the florida state patrol is still urging people to stay off the road alan scaia tampa eight after in jacksonville they were particularly hard hit with flooding as we hear from steve cast in bell strong winds pushed water into the st john's river for hours on monday while the center of burma was dozens of miles away in heading into georgia hurricaneforce winds were still highly the ocean up against northeast florida here in jacksonville it was impossible to distinguish where the river ended and the downtown area began the storm surge up to five feet high combined with the foot of rain set the stage for a recordsetting blood in the city near lenny kirk at in some communities the.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Seven minutes after the hour at least five deaths in the us have been attributed to what was hurricane erma millions remain without power in the south alan scaia has our lead story rebuilding the sunshine state florida cannot yet put a dollar figure on how much damage irma caused we don't have any assessment is what's going to cost governor rick scott says it ships carrying gas had been waiting for ports to open but gas stations will not all open immediately not only do we have to get the fuel filter the alsatian says gonna take a few days but some stations did get their first shipment car started lining up at this station in tampa before the truck even arrived i've been in tampa fifty years fifty years old and i've never seen so many people in my life out during this time his crazy this is crazy other businesses have started opening to one man at the gas station showed a picture his daughter sent him of a line stretching around the building to get into a churches chicken allen in a way that at my door left she less across tampa people started going outside the take a look around many say they were happy to see minor damage compared to naples or fort myers we fared very very while i was so lucky i guess would lucky wars berry wars of the florida state patrol is still urging people to stay off the road alan scaia tampa eight after in jacksonville they were particularly hard hit with flooding as we hear from steve cast inbound strong winds pushed water into the st john's river for hours on monday while the center of burma was dozens of miles away in heading into georgia hurricaneforce winds were still highly the ocean up against northeast florida here in jacksonville it was impossible to distinguish where the river ended end the downtown area began the storm surge up to five feet high combined with the foot of rain set the stage for a recordsetting flood in this city mayor lenny curry said in some communities the water was chesthigh there are areas that i was in.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"For at least two deaths thus far our team coverage begins with alan scaia from texas who reports harvey is still swirling up this our the national hurricane center says harvey will return to the texas coast curve around and then start heading back north this time harvey will move closer to houston where some areas of already seen two feet of rain that rain shut down many highways in the city at one interchange a police officer blocked traffic telling people to turn around dawn dongo we need to wait and he said it's about where he even ask by through with by big every fifty and he's the day he wouldn't try so i'm going to take his advice and turnaround coast guard posted video on twitter saying it's rescued thousands of people stranded on roofs and in floodwater used in galveston both posted on twitter asking for anyone with a flatbottomed boat to help with rescues that led the people in some neighborhoods to hit the water that was covering their streets everybody out of here safely right now so we can get other people that are up fail kids in elder folks there the house governor greg abbott says the presidential disaster declaration now covers eighteen counties including seven million people we now have the work in eight of fema in this process so we're going to be adding even more personnel and assets on top of the three thousand national guard there will be made more coming into aden as process the houston office of emergency management says it received about seven times the normal number of nine one one calls saturday night and sunday morning the national weather service as areas around houston could pick up another two feet of rain over the next five days alan scaia houston we're coming up on nine after the hour the town of rockport texas was in.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He's confederate war memorial correspondent alan scaia is there organi expecting or thousand people are showing up their carrying signed today y'all means all white supremacists are not find people uh we're seeing a nazi with uh with a red flash through it onto people are coming out there they're very vocal saying that that statues the honor the confederacy ah are distracting from from the issues that that some of these groups are still facing as more boston we had a plan we kept the distance noone got her we have no vandalism no nothing so i couldn't ask for more police commissioner william evans on the days at saw only about two dozen arrests in of as a selfdescribed free speech rally and the only about an hour after it began the prosecutor who is handling the case of the man accused of killing two kissimmee florida police officers early this morning ease off that case governor rick scott tonight issued an order taking the case wave from state attorney aramis ayala after she said she would not seek the death penalty i l a said it's not a deterrent and drags on for years every miller faces firstdegree murder charges in the officers deaths treasury secretary steve mnuchin says his boss deserves a chance responding to calls by former yale class meets to resign mnuchin said president trump should get the opportunity to propose his agenda two people are dead after a small plane crashed today near the airport in majerus oregon where maybe two hundred thousand people are gathering for monday's eclipse we are.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KOMO

"For other views here's one that's kinda battled left field it's another take on north korea and alan scaia has details evan robert jefferson's the the pastor of first baptist church in dallas which has eleven thousand members on inauguration day he went to washington to deliver a sermon to donald trump is his family and vice president mike pence in that sermon jeffers told the old testament story of nehemiah who rebuilt walls around jerusalem jeffers said god is not against building walls to protect people now jeffers says god has given president trump the authority to take out north korean supreme leader kim jongun nobody is add the aiding award i'm simply saying at pointing out what the scripture says and that is day god does give government in order to all evildoers jeffress says the authority comes from the book of romans he says people who have criticised the president's statements are making the issue political day are blinded by their eight kurt for donald trump you know i think so look trump to enemies would just assumed see a north korean luke landed in the middle of the united state didn't do anything to help described de tocqueville his mandate it jeffress says another passage and romans do not pay evil for evil applies to christians not the government or to wage a judge war igea just think what would have happened if adolf hitler would not have been adopted jefferson also made a reference to former president barack obama saying when donald trump draws a red line he will not back away from it if they think they're dealing with the last president the north koreans are going to be sadly mistaken during barack obama's administration jefferson that obama was paving the way for the anti christ by making people more dependent on government allowing for the rise of between icl leader jefferson also said a push for businesses to be friendly to transgender people was a greater threat to the freedom of religion that isis evan all right that's correspondent alan scaia with one view now it's time for your view eight hundred.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Degrees eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on kyw newsradio at the jersey shore saturday look for a mix of sun and clouds the high eighty six degrees and in the balkan owes cloudy and seventy seven eyewitness weather sponsored by paolo windows and doors activists wanted judge to issue an injunction that would block houston from offering benefits to samesex spouses of city employees conservative activists filed for the injunction as was salt of last week's text supreme court decision that said samesex couples are not entitled to benefits but did not prevent cities from offering benefits the state supreme court said the us supreme court decision legalizing gay marriage did not resolve whether spouses have a right to benefits activists want a judge to block benefits while the issue hits back to trial alan scaia dallas and now it's time for the kyw business report it was up there on wall street friday to am the holiday trading week if the numbers here's john but taxes from bloomberg business stocks rated in positive territory the entire session after the government reported two hundred twenty two thousand jobs were added to pare rolls last month the dow industrials finished with a gain of ninety four points nearly onehalf of 1 percent and twenty one thousand four hundred fourteen s p 500 was up fifteen six tenths of one percent and 24 2005 the nasdaq gained sixty three points more than one percent at sixty one fifty three but while job growth was strong wage gains disappointed yet again climbing a weaker than expected to tenths of a percent the slow improvement continues to puzzle policymakers but some analysts say it may be linked to low inflation and the retirement of baby boomers sears holdings has announced its latest round of store closings it will close 43 more stores thirty five of them kmart and eight sears the company says it will reduce the footprint of other stores because they are simply too big for its needs i'm john metaxis bloomberg business for kyw news radio business reports on kyw newsradio where twenty five and fifty five after every hour venus williams is getting the benefit of.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KOIL

"Dillon leadville and gothic this is america in the morning i'm john trout seventeen past the hour texas senator ted cruz did not miss the independence day opportunity to crisscross texas as he plans as reelection campaign alan scaia reports crews tempted to steer clear rear protesters senator ted cruz wrote in the fourth of july parade in macallen along the border with mexico what's a wonderful opportunity for all of us celebrate what ranks this together what makes america he wrote in a car but also shook hands with some supporters freedom and every american every texan hands and today celebrate those freedoms to celebrate the men and women who risked everything and in some circumstances have given every to defend those rate out but while cruz met with supporters he avoided protesters were gathering along the same streets some held signs reading no medicaid cuts or no transfer of wealth for our health cruz was visiting south texas for the third time since december he'll run for reelection next year at a democratic congressman from el paso has already the announced plans to run against cruised beto all work has said he'd only run if he can win and he understands no democrat has held a senate seat from texas since 1990 three crews meanwhile will keep crisscrossing the state hill had to the dallasforth worth area to speak at a town hall on health care for veterans than do the same in austin in houston the the events were set up by the group concerned veterans for america the group's director of policy will lead the discussions dan caldwell says he and crews will talk about reform it the va and how to give veterans choice president trump embraced the group's idea to let veterans see a private doctor caldwell says the town halls will also look at ways the va can hold a bad employees he's accountable but other veterans groups have fought back against what they worry is an effort to privatize the va the legislative director for the vietnam veterans of america has said is already dealing with a shortage of doctors and this plan would wind up costing more than government care alan scaia dallas in sports the boston celtics have worked out a fouryear contract with gordon.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A while to come to fruition but it's kyw news andrew kramer reports the neighbors heaven smith has been looking forward to lights being added to the many young bridge since it opened in 2015 those is exciting see it happening because as part of opening it up is it more secure meter trail because right now lars at night he recently joined some of his many our neighbours for a preview of the leading schemes jeff rigging there is one of the planners we really think it's going to be beautiful because the light circuit highlight the design of the bridge they're designed specifically to light the bridge surface itself to minimize the amount spillover to surrounding areas which is really important for mr perspective as well as i'm sure our neighbors will appreciate rigging their hopes this means the bridge can stay open twenty four seven although that's not a guarantee at this time the lights are expected to be added by spring twenty nineteen it manyak andrew kramer kyw newsradio occurs in the state of california have the watch where they travel for business california's banned official travel to texas alabama kentucky and south dakota for the state attorney general describes as discriminatory laws the gay community texas governor greg abbott signed a law that could lead organizations refused adoption is to gay couples because of sincerely help religious beliefs abbott's office put out a statement saying california can ban employees from coming to texas but they cannot stop businesses that are escaping taxation in regulation alan scaia dallas the they my w news time four twenty two here's traffic and transit on the boat we've began with the westbound seventy six things easing up as you make your way from university avenue south street traffic is still slow as you head from the vine expressway to girard avenue at the droid avenue ramp to the westbound schuylkill shut down because of a downed tree now farther west it's a slow ride from city avenue out to contra hawkin traffic is heavy from pitterson road out to 202 eastbound delays east of to a to a jam up from the blue route to pass the contract and curved traffic slows approaching goma davidoff than from gumri driver to the vine street expressway south on the blue route a jam approaching exit five route one to exit three baltimore pike that's the media swath more exit.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Of a report on oregon is trying to stop what he says is to upcoming all right demonstrations since that he continues to board the stabbing deaths of two residents who intervened and a possible hate crime gatherings planned for park on federal land i'm elliot francis a texas lawmaker says he threatened to call immigration and customs enforcement or a group of the state capital protesting a ban on socalled sanctuary cities alan scaia report protesters carried signs declaring themselves illegal democratic representative ramon romero says republican math rinaldi said he called ice all the crowd he saw the illegals whether he likes it or not it is he want to see the lawmakers started arguing on the house floor when aldi put out a statement saying several democrats urged protesters to disobey law enforcement he says romero threatened him and renault he says if ramiro tried to attack him he should were meryl in selfdefence alan scaia dallas say they plan to charge the suspect in the shooting deaths of eight people in mississippi over the weekend with one count of capital murder and seven counts of firstdegree murder suspect 35yearold bully gold bold still hospitalized with a gunshot wound francis twenty am wctc ninety two point five wctc i need to win seven tonight nine of them to leave almost sixty percent of americans once trump to stop tweeting entering his account the way communicator american gerry you i don't who are not trump trump does not you're listening to abc pt twenty because madam politics line civics with norman gold man is donald trump brains some dysfunctional that director of the fbi is because use my name is you want me the fbi drink a keating everything is.

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"alan scaia" Discussed on The Story Home Children's Audio Stories

The Story Home Children's Audio Stories

02:08 min | 5 years ago

"alan scaia" Discussed on The Story Home Children's Audio Stories

"Hello this is alan your storyteller welcoming you to the story home with a beloved tale about four good friends a donkey a hound and a rooster who set off to find their fortune in the town of bremen and have an unexpected surprise on the way now let us find a cosy place to enjoy the bremen town musicians written by the brothers grimm and retold by alan scaia field once upon a time there was a donkey travelling down a certain road and he came upon a hound among hounds said to him as i am old and daily grow weaker in canoga hunting my master longer wants me so i set out on my own but now how am i to earn my bread i tell you what said the donkey i am going to bremen and you shell too we shall be town musicians i will play the loot you beat the kettle from the hound agreed then on they went before long they came to a cat sitting on the path with a face like three rainy days now then old whiskers what is gone wrong with you ask the donkey who can be mary when his neck in endanger answered the cat because i am now getting old and my teeth or warned to stumps and i prefer to sit by the fire and relax rather than hunt about after mice my mistress wanted to get rid of me so i ran away for now good advice is scarce where a my to go go with us to bremen you understand the music of the night with your meowing you can be a town musician the cat liked this very much and went with them.

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