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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:36 min | Last week

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning it's monday january fourth. I'm alex brody and here are the top stories from the dallas morning news brought to you by the so fi. daily podcast. Eighty percent of new year's resolutions fail by the second week february if reaching financial independence is something. You're striving for and twenty twenty one. Don't let your goals fall by the wayside. Listen to the s-o-f-i daily podcast every weekday to keep informed and keep your financial resolutions search for s-o-f-i wherever you get your podcasts. Today will be sunny but hazy with a high of sixty three and a low tonight of thirty seven. Our top story president. Donald trump badgered and pleaded with georgia's election. Chief to overturn joe. Biden's win in the staint suggesting in a telephone call that the official find enough votes to hand trump. the victory audio snippets of the conversation were posted online by the washington. Post and recording of the call was later obtained by the associated press from a person who was on the call. The president who has refused to accept his loss to the democratic president elect is heard telling rafts burger one point. All i want to do is this. I just want to find eleven thousand seven hundred and eighty votes which is one more than we have because we won the state. The renewed intervention and the persistent and unfounded claims of fraud by the first president to lose reelection in almost thirty years comes nearly two weeks before trump leaves office and two days before twin runoffs in georgia that will determine control of the senate in business news contact tracing technology provider. Safer me which played a role in helping new zealand bring covid nineteen.

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:19 min | Last month

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good <Speech_Male> morning it's monday. <Speech_Male> November twenty third. <Speech_Male> I'm alex brody <Speech_Male> and here are the top <Speech_Male> stories from the dallas. Morning <Speech_Male> news brought <Silence> to you by audible. <Speech_Male> Today <Speech_Male> will be mostly cloudy <Speech_Male> with a high of sixty four <Speech_Male> and a low of fifty <Speech_Male> eight. Our <Speech_Male> top story is <Speech_Male> dallas homeless shelter <Speech_Male> where fifteen <Speech_Male> people have tested <Speech_Male> positive for covid nineteen <Speech_Male> including <Speech_Male> a staff member who <Speech_Male> died yesterday <Speech_Male> has kicked out residents <Speech_Male> who refused <Speech_Male> to wear masks as <Speech_Male> well as others. Who <Speech_Male> raised concerns <Speech_Male> with the media and county <Speech_Male> health officials about <Speech_Male> testing and <Speech_Male> transparency <Speech_Male> sources. Say <Speech_Male> earlier this week. <Speech_Male> Dallas county's public <Speech_Male> health director. <Speech_Male> Dr philip wong <Speech_Male> said the county <Speech_Male> was investigating <Speech_Male> the outbreak at union. <Speech_Male> Gospel mission. <Speech_Male> dallas margaret <Speech_Male> mccoy. N- a spokeswoman <Speech_Male> for the shelter <Speech_Male> said wednesday <Speech_Male> that five staff members <Speech_Male> and ten residents <Speech_Male> have tested positive <Speech_Male> for covid nineteen <Speech_Male> mccoy. <Speech_Male> Nsaid said. that while masks <Speech_Male> are required inside <Speech_Male> the building which <Speech_Male> has been unlocked <Speech_Male> down since march seventeenth <Speech_Male> multiple <Speech_Male> residents said. <Speech_Male> those rules. were not enforced <Speech_Male> before this <Speech_Male> week. When staff told <Speech_Male> residents about <Speech_Male> the death of the staff member <Speech_Male> the first <Speech_Male> case in the building. <Speech_Male> The spokeswoman said <Speech_Male> was reported <Silence> in mid october <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> education news the <Speech_Male> dallas. Isd <Speech_Male> board of trustees <Speech_Male> voted to lower the district's <Speech_Male> academic benchmark <Speech_Male> this year an <Speech_Male> acknowledgement of the <Speech_Male> extent that the coronavirus <Speech_Male> pandemic has <Speech_Male> crippled schools. <Speech_Male> The trustees <Speech_Male> spent nearly <Speech_Male> two hours <Speech_Male> thursday night grappling <Speech_Male> with how to hold <Speech_Male> district officials accountable <Speech_Male> for improving <Speech_Male> student achievement. <Speech_Male> While being <Speech_Male> realistic about <Speech_Male> how much kids should <Speech_Male> be expected to learn <Speech_Male> in a year <Speech_Male> filled with so much disruption <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> it would break <Speech_Male> the teachers to ask <Speech_Male> them to meet the <Speech_Male> rigorous targets. The <Speech_Male> trustees set before <Speech_Male> covid nineteen hit <Speech_Male> trustee <Speech_Male> edwin. 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Board trustees <Speech_Male> were torn <Speech_Male> over whether lowering <Speech_Male> the benchmarks signaled. <Speech_Male> They were backtracking <Speech_Male> on their ambitious. <Speech_Male> Plans for <Speech_Male> improving student outcomes <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> in public health news. <Speech_Male> A number of measures <Speech_Male> including <Speech_Male> closing bars gyms <Speech_Male> must be <Speech_Male> enacted to prevent <Speech_Male> north texas hospitals <Speech_Male> from reaching capacity <Speech_Male> and slow <Speech_Male> the spread of covid <Speech_Male> nineteen according <Speech_Male> to a new report <Speech_Male> by the university <Speech_Male> of north texas health <Speech_Male> science center. <Speech_Male> The report has <Speech_Male> been one in an <Speech_Male> ongoing series <Speech_Male> released throughout the pandemic <Speech_Male> an <Speech_Male> earlier report over <Speech_Male> the summer by the center <Speech_Male> suggested that wearing <Speech_Male> masks could <Speech_Male> have been effective enough <Speech_Male> to avoid another shutdown <Speech_Male> but as <Speech_Male> cases rise <Speech_Male> at an alarming rate <Speech_Male> more safety <Speech_Male> measures must be enacted <Speech_Male> according <Speech_Male> to the center. <Speech_Male> Those measures include <Speech_Male> closing bars and gyms <Speech_Male> restricting. <Speech_Male> Indoor dining avoiding <Speech_Male> gatherings <Speech_Male> and using <Speech_Male> masks outdoors <Speech_Male> went around others. <Speech_Male> According to the report <Speech_Male> written by dr <Speech_Male> rajesh <Speech_Male> are nandy associate <Speech_Male> professor <Speech_Male> of biostatistics <Speech_Male> and epidemiology <Speech_Male> at the health <Speech_Male> science centers school <Silence> of public health <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> finally barricades <Speech_Male> block off <Speech_Male> the main entrance to <Speech_Male> what was once the grand <Speech_Male> rotunda of <Speech_Male> the jc. Penney headquarters <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> plano in <Speech_Male> view through the windows <Speech_Male> are rows and rows <Speech_Male> of desks. <Speech_Male> That have been cleaned out <Speech_Male> with signs on <Speech_Male> them that say <Speech_Male> dun at <Speech_Male> the tail end of its bankruptcy <Speech_Male> case and <Speech_Male> after not paying <Speech_Male> rent on the space <Speech_Male> for several months. <Speech_Male> The department store chain <Speech_Male> has quietly <Speech_Male> vacated its headquarters <Speech_Male> penny <Speech_Male> which has been reorganizing <Speech_Male> in bankruptcy <Speech_Male> since may <Speech_Male> declined to comment <Speech_Male> on its corporate <Speech_Male> office status. <Speech_Male> It's behind on its <Speech_Male> rent but <Speech_Male> has not yet asked <Speech_Male> the court to reject <Speech_Male> the legacy. <Speech_Male> Dr lease <Speech_Male> penny had a fifteen <Speech_Male> year lease and was <Speech_Male> paying rent of <Speech_Male> two point.

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good <Speech_Male> Morning It's Thursday <Silence> October twenty <Speech_Male> ninth. I'm <Speech_Male> Alex Brody and <Speech_Male> here are the top stories <Speech_Male> from the Dallas Morning News <Speech_Male> brought to you <Silence> by audible. <Speech_Male> Today <Speech_Male> will be partly sunny <Speech_Male> and windy with a high of fifty <Speech_Male> five tonight <Speech_Male> will be clear and <Speech_Male> chilly with a low of <Speech_Male> thirty nine. Our <Speech_Male> Top story is <Speech_Male> the Dallas City. Council <Speech_Male> yesterday approved <Speech_Male> an updated Master <Speech_Male> Plan for Historic <Speech_Male> Fair Park <Speech_Male> that attempts to infuse <Speech_Male> new life into <Speech_Male> the south. Dallas neighborhood <Speech_Male> while <Speech_Male> helping to heal <Speech_Male> old wounds in the black <Speech_Male> community, <Speech_Male> the design for the <Speech_Male> two hundred and seventy <Speech_Male> seven acre park <Speech_Male> a national <Speech_Male> historic landmark <Speech_Male> features more green <Speech_Male> space and a <Speech_Male> fourteen acre community <Speech_Male> park modeled <Speech_Male> after up towns, <Speech_Male> Clyde Warren <Speech_Male> Park, and <Speech_Male> with the goal of attracting <Speech_Male> more city residents <Silence> and tourists. <Speech_Male> Mayor <Speech_Male> Eric Johnson a native <Speech_Male> of Dallas who represented <Speech_Male> South Dallas <Speech_Male> for a decade in <Speech_Male> the state legislature <Speech_Male> said Fair <Speech_Male> Park finally <Speech_Male> has an opportunity <Speech_Male> to reach its full <Speech_Male> potential being <Speech_Male> election news. <Speech_Male> A federal judge in <Speech_Male> San Antonio <Speech_Male> has ordered anyone <Speech_Male> who enters or <Speech_Male> works at a polling <Speech_Male> location in Texas <Speech_Male> to wear a mask <Speech_Male> to prevent the spread <Silence> of covid nineteen. <Speech_Male> US <Speech_Male> District Judge Jason <Speech_Male> Poli on <Speech_Male> Tuesday struck down <Speech_Male> a section of Government <Speech_Male> Greg Abbott's July <Speech_Male> Second Executive <Speech_Male> Order that <Speech_Male> exempted people from <Speech_Male> wearing masks at polling <Speech_Male> locations <Speech_Male> saying it <Speech_Male> violated <Speech_Male> the voting. Rights Act <Speech_Male> because it created <Speech_Male> a discriminatory <Speech_Male> burden on <Speech_Male> black and Latino. Voters <Speech_Music_Male> have been <Speech_Male> hit disproportionately <Speech_Male> hard by <Speech_Male> the pandemic <Speech_Male> polio is the first <Speech_Male> black judge to <Speech_Male> serve in the federal court <Silence> in San Antonio. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> In, Crime News <Speech_Male> local <Speech_Male> and federal law enforcement <Speech_Male> are investigating <Speech_Male> large <Speech_Male> swastika was <Speech_Male> painted top <Speech_Male> and abandoned city <Speech_Male> parking garage <Speech_Male> and could be seen <Speech_Male> from the Reunion Tower <Speech_Male> Joey <Speech_Male> Zapata a Dallas <Speech_Male> Assistant city <Speech_Male> manager emailed <Speech_Male> mayor, Air Johnson, <Speech_Male> and city council <Speech_Male> members on Monday <Speech_Male> that the property near <Speech_Male> reunion tire <Speech_Male> had been vandalized <Speech_Male> according to the correspondence <Speech_Male> obtained <Speech_Male> by The Dallas Morning <Speech_Male> News, the top <Speech_Male> floor of the garage <Speech_Male> had. Giant Swastika <Speech_Male> on it Friday <Speech_Male> night another <Speech_Male> swastika also <Speech_Male> was painted on the garage <Speech_Male> with the words <Speech_Male> rise up. <Speech_Male> We are everywhere <Speech_Male> antisemitic <Speech_Male> messages <Speech_Male> were tagged inside of <Speech_Male> the garage images <Speech_Male> obtained by <Speech_Male> the news showed <Speech_Male> crews, <Silence> cleaned it up over the weekend <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> finally Dallas <Speech_Male> Independent School <Speech_Male> district plans to <Speech_Male> begin offering rapid <Speech_Male> cove in nineteen <Speech_Male> tests to student <Speech_Male> athletes. As early <Speech_Male> as next week, <Speech_Male> the district has <Speech_Male> received fifteen. <Speech_Male> Thousand tests <Speech_Male> from the Texas <Speech_Male> Education Agency <Speech_Male> or TA, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and has begun <Speech_Male> teaching athletic trainers, <Speech_Male> how to administer the <Speech_Male> tests which can produce <Speech_Male> results in about <Speech_Male> fifteen minutes <Speech_Male> according to spokeswoman <Speech_Male> Robin Harris <Speech_Male> Student <Speech_Male> athletes will be the <Speech_Male> first group to be <Speech_Male> regularly tested <Speech_Male> because they participate <Speech_Male> in activities were <Speech_Male> social distancing <Speech_Male> and other <Speech_Male> safety measures <Speech_Male> are not always possible <Speech_Male> in practice <Speech_Male> or games <Speech_Male> according to Harris <Speech_Male> the tests <Speech_Male> which <Speech_Male> will. 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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Morning it's Thursday <Speech_Male> October Eighth <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody, and <Speech_Male> here are the top stories <Speech_Male> from the Dallas Morning News <Speech_Male> brought <Speech_Male> to you by audible. <Speech_Male> It'll it's Thursday <Speech_Male> October Eighth <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody, and <Speech_Male> here are the top stories <Speech_Male> from the Dallas Morning News <Speech_Male> brought <Speech_Male> to you by audible. <Speech_Male> It'll be mostly <Speech_Male> sunny and warm today <Speech_Male> with a high of eighty nine <Speech_Male> tonight expect <Speech_Male> partly cloudy skies <Speech_Male> with a late thunderstorm <Speech_Male> in spots <Speech_Male> and a low of sixty <Speech_Male> six. Our top <Speech_Male> story is a murderer <Speech_Male> arrest warrant affidavit <Speech_Male> released yesterday <Speech_Male> for a wolf. City. <Speech_Male> Police officer <Speech_Male> reveals additional <Speech_Male> details in the fatal <Speech_Male> shooting over the weekend <Speech_Male> including the victim <Speech_Male> initially extended <Speech_Male> the officer, his <Speech_Male> hand, the <Speech_Male> officer twenty, two <Speech_Male> year old Sean. <Speech_Male> David Lukas <Speech_Male> was arrested Monday <Speech_Male> on a murder charge <Speech_Male> in the death of <Speech_Male> thirty one year. Old <Speech_Male> Jonathan Pryce <Speech_Male> Lucas is <Speech_Male> white and price <Speech_Male> was black according <Speech_Male> to the affidavit <Speech_Male> written <Speech_Male> by a Texas. Ranger <Speech_Male> Lucas was <Speech_Male> called just before <Speech_Male> eight thirty P. M. <Speech_Male> Saturday to <Speech_Male> a convenience store in <Speech_Male> the one hundred block <Speech_Male> of South Santa <Speech_Male> Fe Street in Wolfe <Speech_Male> City after <Speech_Male> a possible fight <Speech_Male> in progress was reported <Speech_Male> Lucas <Speech_Male> told authorities he <Speech_Male> believed price was <Speech_Male> intoxicated and <Speech_Male> tried to detain <Speech_Male> him the affidavit <Speech_Male> said price <Speech_Male> walked toward. <Speech_Male> Lucas while <Speech_Male> being taste <Speech_Male> and appeared to grab <Speech_Male> the end of the officers. <Speech_Male> Stun Gun <Speech_Male> Lucas then fired <Speech_Male> four shots from <Speech_Male> his service weapon. Striking <Speech_Male> price in the <Speech_Male> upper torso <Speech_Male> price was taken to hunt <Speech_Male> regional medical <Speech_Male> center where <Silence> he died. <Speech_Male> For All the details <Speech_Male> go. <Silence> To Dallas News Dot. <Speech_Male> com. <Speech_Male> In restaurant news <Speech_Male> for the first time <Speech_Male> since late June <Speech_Male> bars will be allowed <Speech_Male> to reopen at <Speech_Male> a fifty percent <Speech_Male> capacity starting <Speech_Male> on October fourteenth <Speech_Male> announced <Speech_Male> Governor Greg Abbott <Speech_Male> yesterday in <Speech_Male> order to ensure

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:22 min | 5 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good. <Speech_Male> Morning, it's Thursday <Speech_Male> August twenty seventh <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody <Speech_Male> and here of the top stories <Speech_Male> from the Dallas Morning <Speech_Male> News look for <Speech_Male> more clouds than sunshine <Speech_Male> today with a high <Speech_Male> of ninety one <Speech_Male> expect a thunderstorm <Speech_Male> in spots. This afternoon <Speech_Male> tonight <Speech_Male> will be mostly clear <Speech_Male> with low of seventy six. <Speech_Male> Our top <Speech_Male> story is urging <Speech_Male> police have announced the <Speech_Male> capture of Yasser <Speech_Male> Abdel Sayed <Speech_Male> a sixty <Speech_Male> three year old man <Speech_Male> suspected of killing his <Speech_Male> two teenage daughters <Speech_Male> more than a decade <Speech_Male> ago Saieed <Speech_Male> had been on the FBI's <Speech_Male> ten most <Speech_Male> wanted fugitives <Speech_Male> list since two thousand, <Speech_Male> fourteen? <Speech_Male> Amina and Sarah <Speech_Male> saieed eighteen <Speech_Male> and seventeen <Speech_Male> were found dead. <Speech_Male> In their father's taxi <Speech_Male> outside and <Speech_Male> hotel on January <Speech_Male> first two, thousand <Speech_Male> eight, both girls <Speech_Male> had been shot multiple <Speech_Male> times. One <Speech_Male> of the sisters had called <Speech_Male> nine one one that <Speech_Male> evening and told the dispatcher <Speech_Male> that she <Speech_Male> was dying though <Speech_Male> she didn't give a location <Speech_Male> authorities traced <Speech_Male> the call to the LAS <Speech_Male> Colinas area <Speech_Male> and a short time <Speech_Male> later someone called <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> to report to unconscious <Speech_Male> women in a taxi <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> near the <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> service entrance of what <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> was then the Omni <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Mandalay hotel <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in <Speech_Male> whether news thousands <Speech_Male> of residents from <Speech_Male> Galveston. <Speech_Male> Beaumont were under <Speech_Male> evacuation orders <Speech_Male> ahead of Hurricane <Speech_Male> Laura, some evacuees <Speech_Male> arrived <Speech_Male> in North Texas late <Speech_Male> Tuesday because of. <Speech_Male> The coronavirus pandemic <Speech_Male> the state is relying <Speech_Male> less on traditional <Speech_Male> group shelters <Speech_Male> and instead <Speech_Male> is providing vouchers <Speech_Male> for evacuees <Speech_Male> to stay at area <Speech_Male> hotels until <Speech_Male> the storm passes <Speech_Male> Hurricane. Laura <Speech_Male> was blowing winds <Speech_Male> up to one hundred <Speech_Male> and forty miles per hour <Speech_Male> yesterday, and <Speech_Male> it was expected to <Speech_Male> make landfall somewhere <Speech_Male> between the Texas <Speech_Male> Louisiana border <Speech_Male> late yesterday <Speech_Male> or early today <Speech_Male> according to the <Speech_Male> National Hurricane <Speech_Male> Center forecasters <Speech_Male> at the centre <Speech_Male> warned that the category <Speech_Male> four storm could <Speech_Male> produce an unser <Speech_Male> viable storm <Speech_Male> surge and <Speech_Male> devastating wind <Speech_Male> damage where it makes <Speech_Male> landfall <Speech_Male> in public health <Speech_Male> news. Student <Speech_Male> leaders from twenty Texas <Speech_Male> colleges and <Speech_Male> universities have launched <Speech_Male> the college. <Speech_Male> Health Association <Silence> of Texas <Speech_Male> Chat <Speech_Male> a Public Health Initiative <Speech_Male> that aims to raise <Speech_Male> student awareness to <Speech_Male> combat the spread of <Speech_Male> covid nineteen on campuses <Speech_Male> chat <Speech_Male> now has <Speech_Male> thirty five members <Speech_Male> many of whom <Speech_Male> serve as student body <Speech_Male> president at their respective <Speech_Male> school schools <Speech_Male> represented include <Speech_Male> Southern Methodist <Speech_Male> University <Speech_Male> Baylor Dallas <Speech_Male> Baptist University, <Speech_Male> the University <Speech_Male> of North Texas <Speech_Male> Rice. <Speech_Male> Texas am <Speech_Male> Texas <Speech_Male> Tech, the University <Speech_Male> include <Speech_Male> Southern Methodist <Speech_Male> University <Speech_Male> Baylor Dallas <Speech_Male> Baptist University, <Speech_Male> the University <Speech_Male> of North Texas <Speech_Male> Rice. <Speech_Male> Texas am <Speech_Male> Texas <Speech_Male> Tech, the University <Speech_Male> of Houston, <Speech_Male> the University of Texas <Speech_Male> at Austin <Speech_Male> and UT. DALLAS, <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> alliance plans to publish <Speech_Male> a student written <Speech_Male> guide for fellow students. <Speech_Male> It will <Speech_Male> not only include <Speech_Male> the federal Centers <Speech_Male> for Disease Control <Speech_Male> and prevention coronavirus <Speech_Male> safety recommendations, <Speech_Male> but <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> provide mental <Silence> health checklists. <Speech_Male> And finally <Speech_Male> less <Speech_Male> than an hour before <Speech_Male> the bucks refused to <Speech_Male> play their Wednesday afternoon <Speech_Male> playoff game <Speech_Male> against the magic. <Speech_Male> The Mavericks <Speech_Male> and Clippers said, <Speech_Male> they hadn't considered <Speech_Male> the same actions <Speech_Male> in protest of police <Speech_Male> brutality <Speech_Male> during press conferences <Speech_Male> Wednesday afternoon <Speech_Male> a day before <Speech_Male> their game six matchup <Speech_Male> mavericks <Speech_Male> coach Rick Carlisle <Speech_Male> and Clippers coach <Speech_Male> Doc rivers <Speech_Male> discussed the police shooting <Speech_Male> of Jacob Blake <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> a black <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> man in Wisconsin <Speech_Male> and the ripples. <Speech_Male> Of Anger and emotion <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the encounter has <Speech_Male> sent around the NBA's <Speech_Male> quarantined <Speech_Male> quarters near <Speech_Male> Orlando about <Speech_Male> an hour after <Speech_Male> Carlisle <Speech_Male> rivers had finished speaking <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> the NBA <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> announced all <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> three games Wednesday <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Magic <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Bucks Thunder <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> rockets,

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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:11 min | 5 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good <Speech_Male> morning, it's Monday <Speech_Male> August seventeenth <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody <Speech_Male> and here are the top <Speech_Male> stories from the Dallas <Speech_Male> Morning News. morning, it's Monday <Speech_Male> August seventeenth <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody <Speech_Male> and here are the top <Speech_Male> stories from the Dallas <Speech_Male> Morning News. <Speech_Male> After a morning <Speech_Male> shower expect partly <Speech_Male> sunny skies today <Speech_Male> with a high of ninety <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> four. Tonight, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> we'll be hazy with a low <Silence> <Advertisement> seventy five. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Our Top story <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> is Dallas County <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> reported more than <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> five thousand new <Speech_Male> virus cases. Yesterday <Speech_Male> saying a <Speech_Male> backlog of thousands <Speech_Male> of cases were <Speech_Male> received Saturday <Speech_Male> because of problems with <Speech_Male> the state's reporting system <Speech_Male> of the <Speech_Male> five, thousand, <Speech_Male> three, hundred, and sixty <Speech_Male> one new cases reported <Speech_Male> yesterday <Speech_Male> five, thousand, one, <Speech_Male> hundred, ninety, five <Speech_Male> came from the backlog <Speech_Male> according to a <Speech_Male> news release from Dallas <Speech_Male> County Judge Clay. Jenkins <Speech_Male> the majority <Speech_Male> of those cases <Speech_Male> four, thousand, two, <Speech_Male> hundred, and ninety eight <Speech_Male> of them are from <Speech_Male> tests conducted <Speech_Male> in July <Speech_Male> thirteen were from tests <Speech_Male> conducted in March <Speech_Male> one, hundred, <Speech_Male> forty, nine were from. <Speech_Male> April eighty <Speech_Male> were from May fifty <Speech_Male> two or from June <Speech_Male> and six hundred <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> three were from August <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> according to data <Speech_Male> released by the county. <Speech_Male> The newest <Speech_Male> confirmed cases <Speech_Male> bring the total count <Speech_Male> to sixty <Speech_Male> three, thousand, four, <Speech_Male> hundred, twenty, eight <Speech_Male> in Dallas County <Speech_Male> the county is also <Speech_Male> reported two, thousand, <Speech_Male> five, hundred and fifteen <Speech_Male> probable <Speech_Male> cases including <Speech_Male> seven probable <Speech_Male> Kobe nineteen deaths. <Speech_Male> One new death <Speech_Male> was reported yesterday <Speech_Male> bring the county's <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Kobe nineteen <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> death toll to <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> eight hundred and <Speech_Male> twenty five <Speech_Male> in Crime News <Speech_Male> Dallas. 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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good Morning. It's Thursday August thirteenth I'm Alex Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning. News. It'll be mostly sunny hot and humid today with a high of one of four and an overnight low of eighty to our top story is Dallas. City officials are investigating how police stormed and arrested peaceful protesters as well as the photographer who captured their violence five days after George. Floyd's death city council members expressed alarm at a report in The Dallas Morning News published Sunday that detailed what happened and called for a special hearing of the Public Safety Committee on August, eighteenth to question police chief you Rene Hall About Officers Actions That first weekend of mass demonstrations downtown. A spokesman for the police department also said it internal affairs division looking into the incident but provided no other detail mayor Eric. Johnson said he was extremely disheartened by the stories findings and said, they fit troubling pattern. The News investigation focused on photographs particularly a close up taking near dusk on May thirtieth along a highway access road where the violence unfolded it showed Sergeant Roger Rudloff a twenty five year veteran of the department blasting pepper balls into a woman's breasts. As she stood only a few feet away according to witnesses and photos of her injuries. He fired the weapon three times. Dallas police policy says, such weapons should only be used on people if they pose a physical. Threat in local news, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has delayed the release of thousands of inmates who tested positive for the corona virus or were exposed to an infected person since the pandemic began families of inmates say some of their loved ones have had their releases postponed several times due to covid nineteen outbreaks behind bars. Now, as the Texas prison system marks the highest covid, nineteen infection numbers and death toll of any in the country, these families say the delays endanger prisoners by forcing them to stay inside lockups where the virus continues to spread. In Texas, the virus has infected more than twenty, two, thousand total prisoners and TD C. J. Employees at least one, hundred twenty. Eight have died of complications from the disease it causes as of Tuesday, yet Texas has not sped up or eased its rules for releasing prisoners. State officials have not allowed medically vulnerable inmates to return home any faster as the federal prison system did or free those who have a few months left on their sentences like some other states in fact, the Texas Department of Criminal, justice is holding inmates scheduled to be released for at least an additional two weeks. If they're exposed to an infected person, the agency said, this policy follows the Centers for disease, control and Prevention Quarantine guidelines which recommend people self isolate for fourteen days. If they come into contact with someone who has the virus. In other news, new coronavirus cases declined for the third straight day yesterday as Dallas County reported two hundred and thirty four positive tests after posting thirty deaths Monday. The county added nine more including to Dallas men in their fifties who did not have underlying health problems. The other fatalities included three more Dallas residents, a woman or sixties, and a man and woman in their seventies. A garland man in his thirties ended to Soda Woman Irving Woman and Phil Man on their seventies also died although cases have trended. Downward, in Dallas County health officials said, cove nineteen hospitalizations remain high with four hundred and ninety four reported. Tuesday. Officials said that emergency room visits for symptoms of the virus represented about twenty, two percent of all visits and finally Dallas Fort Worth Social Media. Influence. Her Parker James is an entertainer. I. But this month he's also an unlikely educator for millions of young TIKTOK users. The Texas Department of State Health Services is partnering with influential Social Media Stars like James Spread, factual information across twitter facebook Tiktok and. To teach younger Texans about covid nineteen and proven ways to stay safe as in-person classroom instruction is beginning in some school districts this week nineteen year old James Who's Tiktok.

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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good <Speech_Male> Morning. It's Monday <Speech_Male> August tenth. <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody <Speech_Male> and here are the top stories <Silence> from the Dallas. Morning. 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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good <Speech_Male> morning it's Thursday <Speech_Male> August sixth <Speech_Male> I'm Alex Brody <Speech_Male> and hear the top <Speech_Male> stories from the Dallas Morning <Speech_Male> News expect <Speech_Male> a few passing <Speech_Male> clouds today. <Speech_Male> Otherwise, it'll be <Speech_Male> generally sunny with a high <Speech_Male> of ninety nine. <Speech_Male> It'll be mainly <Speech_Male> clear tonight with <Silence> a low near eighty. <Speech_Male> Our Top <Speech_Male> story <Speech_Music_Male> is Dallas County <Speech_Music_Male> reported five hundred <Speech_Music_Male> and eight new corona <Speech_Male> virus cases and <Speech_Male> four deaths Your <Speech_Male> Day Dallas <Speech_Male> man in his forties <Speech_Male> who did not have <Speech_Male> underlying health conditions <Speech_Male> was <Speech_Male> among the dead <Speech_Male> fewer deaths <Speech_Male> were reported yesterday <Speech_Male> after a near <Speech_Male> record of thirty one <Speech_Male> deaths was announced <Speech_Male> Tuesday <Speech_Male> the most reported <Speech_Male> in one day since the <Silence> pandemic began <Speech_Male> is thirty <Speech_Male> six. 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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Alex Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News, it'll be mostly sunny today with a high of ninety eight expect partly cloudy skies tonight with a possible stray shower thunderstorm, the low will be near eighty. Our Top story is Dallas County reported a single day high of thirty six corona virus deaths yesterday as hospitalizations for the virus remained high, the county also reported seven hundred. Hundred and four new cases continuing the trend of lower case numbers this week after an eighteen day streak of at least one thousand new cases each day. Dallas. County judge. Clay Jenkins said. The deaths are a somber reminder of the seriousness of this outbreak, these numbers as the county's total to six, hundred, fifty, eight deaths and forty, eight, thousand, seven, hundred and thirty two cases or about eighteen point five for every one, thousand residents. In other news hundreds of Dallas, city employees who have been furloughed since May will go another two months without a paycheck. A city spokeswoman confirmed that about four hundred fifteen employees were notified this week that they will be out of work until September thirtieth due to the continued closures of libraries. Centers, and other services as the city grapples with the Cova pandemic and its financial impact on the budget. The city manager's office furloughed four, hundred, seventy, two workers in May mostly from those same departments because it is facing a twenty five million dollar budget shortfall for the current fiscal year. hoped to save about four million dollars through the furloughs, a city spokeswoman Catherine Keeler. Said, we're doing our best to be agile and responsive. These furloughs will not disrupt essential services according to a June eighteenth briefing to city council members. The city originally plans to have one hundred percent of employees returning to work by July twentieth, either on site or remotely. Keeler said that the rise of covid nineteen cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in Dallas through June and early July has slowed. The city's reopening in court news a decision by Dallas County grand jury to not indict the head of the Dallas Police Association over allegations of wrongdoing and amber, Geiger's case left the mother of both John With questions about the process during Geiger's trial prosecutors argued. Argued, she given special treatment the night, she fatally shot John In his cedars apartment because she was a police officer testimony during the trial revealed that police association president. Mike Madda told his subordinate to shut off in car camera system. So he and Geiger could speak in private Allison John the mother of both John said, she was surprised when she learned that matters case was going before the grand jury in a video call yesterday from Saint Lucia. She said I am wondering what evidence was presented to the grand jury who are the witnesses for a grand jury to return such a decision. It really makes me question what really was presented. And finally, sports illustrated published a report yesterday detailing a sexual assault allegation against the Mavericks Director of Player Personnel, Tony Ron Zone. The assault reportedly happened while he was off duty in July two, thousand, nineteen at NBA summer. League, in Las, Vegas in the report, the Mavericks said they conducted an internal investigation after the victim reached out to mark Cuban via email in September two, thousand, nineteen according to the team. The Mavericks findings showed no organizational responsibility. The sports illustrated's report included significant detail from the. The. Victim Describing Ron zone forcing himself on her and groping her without consent in his hotel room. where he said, he would give her some relief tickets. Ron Zone who remains a high ranking employees of the team has not faced criminal charges and denied the allegations through his lawyers. The Dallas Mavericks released a statement yesterday afternoon responding to sports illustrated story. The statement lists several specific points of contention including no filing of a police report despite the organization's encouragement requests for increasing amounts of money..

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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Morning. It's Monday July twenty seventh. I'm Alex. Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News. It'll be partly cloudy this morning. Turning to cloudy skies this afternoon with a high of ninety, four, a stray shower or thunderstorm, possible tonight with a low around seventy seven. Our Top story is Dallas. County reported eight hundred new corona virus cases yesterday along with one death is. Texas surpasses five thousand COVID nineteen deaths since the start of the pandemic. The latest Dallas County victim was a Dallas man in his forties. Officials said that. That he had been critically ill in hospital, and had underlying health problems Dallas County, his seen a total of forty, six, thousand, eight, hundred and thirteen cases of covid, nineteen or about seventeen point eight for every one thousand residents Dallas County, Judge Clay Jenkins is chief of Staff Lauren Trimble, said two deaths were removed Friday from the county's total one because of a name duplication era and one because the health department was notified, the case was eight probable covid nineteen death rather than a confirmed death. The toll now stands at six, hundred and five. According to health officials about a third of the deaths are associated with long term care facilities in a related story healthcare workers at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas worried that if they could save one of their own co workers who was infected with the novel coronavirus. Could they save anyone from the new disease? The patient was Dr Charles Ilia. The vascular and trauma surgeon who worked at Texas Health Dallas for more than thirty. Thirty years. He's beloved at the hospital for his mellow demeanor and his ability to work under intense pressure hospital workers who are exposed to many types of diseases are usually slow to overreact the first signs of illness Dr, Auto, J Marquez along longtime co-worker of Dr Ilia said you never see a surge in the emergency department complaining of the `flu. That's a red flag for the full story. Go to Dallas News Dot Com. And finally here's a positive development in the pandemic two of North Texas, largest hospital systems medical city healthcare and Texas. Health resources are resuming elective surgeries voluntarily suspending them for about two weeks, Medical City said it's restarting elective procedures at sixteen area hospitals today Texas health, which has nineteen acute care. Hospitals began accepting reservations for inpatient non urgent procedures.

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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:35 min | 6 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Morning. It's Thursday. July twenty third I'm Alex. Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning, news, a stray shower or thunderstorm possible today, but otherwise it'll be partly cloudy with a high of ninety three expect clear skies tonight with a low of seventy eight. Our Top story MS, Dallas County reported thirty new coronavirus deaths yesterday, which is the county's highest single day death toll since the pandemic began, the county, also reported four hundred thirteen new cases of covid nineteen, which is significantly lower than new case totals had been in recent weeks on Tuesday. The county broke an eighteen day streak of reporting at least one thousand new cases Per Day Dallas County Judge Clay. Clay Jenkins said it was too soon to know whether the comparatively low number of new positive cases was the beginning of a trend, the newest deaths raise the county's toll to five hundred, sixty seven, the total number of cases in Dallas County are now forty, three, thousand, four, hundred, and thirty, nine or about sixteen point five for every one thousand residents in business news, high-flying electric car maker Tesla. Tesla will build its largest us. Assembly plant near Austin creating what CEO Elon Musk describes as an ecological paradise along the Colorado River yesterday during a conference call with investors and analysts musk said that the one point one billion dollar plant will employ at least five thousand workers. The factory will build Tesla's new cyber truck pickup, its upcoming semi truck and serves as a second production site for its model. Model Y SUV. It'll be one of Texas's largest job creating projects. In the last decade, Tesla will build on a two thousand one hundred Acre site in Travis. County near Austin Bergstrom International Airport, and we'll get more than sixty million dollars in tax breaks from the county and local school district over the next decade state incentives also possible for the plant which will be over four million square feet. The company said it will pay a minimum wage of fifteen dollars an hour to employees and provide health insurance paid leave and other benefits in other news in response to Dallas Police Department, Internal Report on actions taken during the city's earliest protests in late May and June police chief you rene. Hall issued an order yesterday limiting the use of less lethal ammunition in crowd control. The internal reports existence first reported by online news publication central track raised questions about hall's lack of transparency on the department's unprecedented use of teargas and less lethal ammunition, which have become the subject of a federal court case, according to a preliminary injunction filed in the northern district of Texas last month halls, announcement yesterday comes after a ban on less lethal force took effect. June eleventh through September ninth police, brutality and accountability has been at the forefront of national conversations and protests since the May twenty fifth. Fifth. Death of George Floyd. A Black Minneapolis man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for nearly eight minutes in the immediate days after Floyd's death police deployed, tear gas and legal munition on crowds that peacefully marched through Dallas, and finally one of the most promising ways to treat patients sick with covid nineteen is with the plasma of people who've recovered from the illness, and who's antibodies can be used to fight off the disease with the surge of new corona virus cases. Cases in Texas filling up hospitals. It's getting harder to fill orders for convalescent plasma. Dr Donna Casey Internal Medicine specialist at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas said. This.

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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:38 min | 6 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Thirteenth I'm Alex Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News expect a mix of Sun and clouds today with a possible stray shower or thunderstorm, the high will be one of three with an overnight low of eighty. Our top story is in south Texas School. District is turning over portable buildings to be used for hospital space in San, Antonio and Austin concert and convention venues, or being prepped as field hospitals in north Texas. Medical City healthcare opened more covid nineteen units this week and Parkland Hospital. Hospital had to request. Disaster Assistance Team Texas is entering a dire new phase of the coronavirus epidemic hospitalizations for Kobe nineteen. Keep climbing to record levels and the state health department on Friday said it had no prediction for when that will stop. As cases, surge hospitals say they have space to add more beds, but lack of staff. The state is scrambling to send them more meanwhile. Governor Greg Abbott is warning. The worst is yet to come the second term Republican has now canceled elective surgeries in over one hundred counties to free up more bedspace. On Friday he ended another statewide lockdown could be necessary, but gave no indication when that might happen over last two weeks, the number of Texans hospitalized for cove. Nineteen has climbed every day from about five, thousand, five, hundred at the end of June two more than ten thousand as of Saturday in political news, former Vice President Joe Biden has built a five point lead over President Donald Trump in Texas as unease over trump's handling of the coronavirus. Coronavirus pandemic months. That's what a New Dallas morning. News University of Texas at Tyler poll is found Biden had forty six percent support to trump's forty-one percent. If the general election were held today, the outcome could depend on the fourteen percent of voters who were undecided or named someone else Biden's lead, which comes after he and trump were tied forty three to forty three percent in the news and ut Tyler's April survey is significant, if barely. The poll conducted June, twenty ninth through July seventh has a margin of error of plus or minus two point two four percentage points. In other news, Multiple Dallas County absentee voters have reported submitting their ballots to have them returned the mail for no apparent reason with just days to go before the Election Dallas, resonant door at softness, described her returned parcel, saying it has absolutely no markings on. It doesn't say why it just comes back softness who organizes voters registration at Richland College for the League of Women Voters said Fell Organization members had reported such. Such instances on a group call last week. Dallas County elections. Administrator Tony Pippen's pool said that she was aware of the concerns, and that her office is investigating and in Sports. The NFL deadline for any player who has been franchised tags to finalize a multi year contract is at three PM. Wednesday Dak Prescott who the cowboys hit with the exclusive franchise tag has until then to agree to a deal with the cowboys. However whether the cowboys and their star quarterback will agree to terms by then appears to be in question. A source told The Dallas morning. News, is Calvin Watkins that the cowboys are not close to reaching a multi year deal with Prescott Prescott, who threw for a career, high, four, thousand, nine, hundred and two yards and thirty touchdowns, last season is seeking a four year deal while the team is offering a five year contract, a source said the cowboys offered Prescott a contract. Contract that would come seconds to Russell Wilson in terms of average salary per year. If the cowboys are unable to reach a deal with Prescott, he'll become the first quarterback in franchise history to play under the franchise tag under his signed Franchise Tag. He is scheduled. Earn thirty.

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"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"alex brody" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

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"alex brody" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"alex brody" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"If you're more outgoing, please. Just be sick, but have all this while it's still not eating broccoli. That said that all sounds better than to me than broccoli. That's crazy to me. You know, Alex here line two, you've never eaten a vegetable ever Alex. I have not. No, I don't. I don't eat any of them. I've gotten better. I've tried at a mom out of fan, maybe born. Is that considered a vegetable horn in more of a start with this? Okay. It's a good beginning. To like dress them up. Like if you put garlic on some of them or lemon on some of them, they, they really do taste good, no way, eat fruit. I do these for now quite apples. Strawberries sound snow. You fruit Brody fruit. That's good. I love fruit. All right. Good. What? No. But so Alex. So when you were a kid and you never ate vegetables, growing up, I mean, how? How did you get into this life of no vegetables when my dad didn't really vegetables, either growing up and you know when I was when I was a kid, I was never forced on it. You know, don't leave the table that you finish your p. that sort of thing that was never made. Wow. Just never never was forced into it. Never Holly flower. Like if you'd like. Very clear, no, on the what they do, which I got the other day. I got collie flower French fries. In the frozen food section they have. This is how they get a lot of kids to eat vegetables, disguise them as other things. So there's colleague, fellow French fries, and I'm Tom Kofler rice all the time wouldn't even know. It's cauliflower. It's delicious. To be honest, though, don't listen to Alex because you know you're eating cauliflower fries. They smell like fart to can't decide. You can't disguise it can't. Fart. Now you can't discuss cauliflower. Actually broke bro text in Alex brody's. Favorite vegetable is roast pork..

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"alex brody" Discussed on Brains On!

Brains On!

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"alex brody" Discussed on Brains On!

"The different types of frogs that we would here and the frequency that we would hear them and so um i kind of give us an indication of whether a certain area was healthy environmentally um it's good side when you hear frogs and toads and remember how that sound with speeding up in any area where there's one bullfrog there's there may be a combination of both frogs because what the the males do is they kind of getting these groups and they each have calls just like we each have a different voice you know the sound of our voices very different but to a frog day might sail they all kind of sound the same wouldn't we hear bullfrogs in there's a chorus of bullfrogs they all kinds of sound the same but they're slight differences so that's why some of them were speeding up were slowing down and you might have heard one or two um in what they're doing is that there's power in numbers and they're trying to attract the females because this is their breeding season and just like the midshipmen fish we heard earlier this is the advertisement call of the american bullfrog advertising hey ladies i'm over here they want to call out to a very specific group and that's the female bullfrogs but anything else would alarm them um and so if they cents or see a much larger what they would think of as a predator coming towards them than they would then they would stop and they would probably go underwater they would disguise themselves they would flee that's why alex brody jesse rent an tiffany had trouble recording the sound and had to get sneaky about it the frogs were afraid of them so after emily solve this mystery for us we called up alex brody and jesse rhett to hear their reaction my uber figuring it out forever a we know we sound monkey sound.

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