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Dallas Charity Launches Program to Feed Out of Work Hospitality Workers
"Restaurants restaurants here here in in Dallas Dallas working working Together Together to to serve serve free free food food to to people people who who have have lost lost their their job job because because of of covert covert 19 19 Carol Carol Davies Davies Allen Allen Sky Sky with with story. story. The The Texas Texas Restaurant Restaurant Association Association says says 700,000 700,000 people people have have lost lost jobs jobs at at restaurants restaurants across across the the state state since since the the covert covert 19 19 outbreaks outbreaks started, started, including including 250,000 250,000 in in North North Texas Texas alone. alone. That's That's a a lot lot of of folks folks and and not not all all of of them them are are able able to to get get unemployment. unemployment. Jacob Jacob Tendo Tendo was was one one of the of the organizers organizers of of the the 77 77 40 40 campaign, campaign, which which bought bought meals meals from from local local restaurants restaurants to to deliver deliver to to people people working working in in covert covert wars wars at at hospitals. hospitals. One One of those of those restaurants restaurants is is Chophouse Chophouse Berger Berger chief chief executive executive Nafi Nafi Salam Salam says says they're they're now now serving serving 200 200 meals meals a day, a day, seven seven days days a week a week at at their their location location in in downtown downtown Dallas Dallas for for free free people people laid laid off off from from jobs, jobs, restaurants, restaurants, bars bars and and hotels hotels in in the the business business of of serving serving and and company company people. people. 77 77 40. 40. Dallas Dallas is is using using a donation a donation from from the the investment investment firm firm Hope Hope Global Global Launch Launch the the community community kitchen. kitchen. And And it's it's taking taking donations donations now now to to try try to to expand expand the the kitchen kitchen to to other other parts parts of of North North Texas. Texas. We've We've gotta gotta link link at at kld kld dot dot com com
Dallas City Council Provides Coronavirus Relief
"Two and as more people lose their jobs because of Kobe nineteen the Dallas city council is working on a plan to help keep the it kit keep those people in their homes until Aroldis Allen sky is live now with more Alan you have a city council debating how to administer this plan now the only out of pocket expense for the city would be in the administration itself city manager T. C. Broadnax says the direct costs would be the manpower to put everything together and put it all together the this will provide up to fifteen hundred dollars a month for renters are homeowners who meet income guidelines councilman Tennell Atkins has been pushing to get the measure passed today we get this out the door I don't believe that we don't have a heart procedure with one half hour lines of volunteers I've been going to Europe banks out disability to get out of the money for the assistance itself would come from block grants from the federal government families making up to eighty percent of the median income would be eligible for assistance the city council is still debating specifics now they just rejected an amendment that would turn over the administration's non profits instead of the city
Dallas County reports 106 more COVID-19 cases and 19th death
"Dallas County says one hundred and six more people have tested positive for covert nineteen bringing the total to more than twelve hundred Carol these Allen sky as says another person in Dallas County has died a person in their fifties from garland is the nineteenth Dallas County resident to die from covert nineteen health director Phil Wong says people should wear cloth over their mouth and nose if they'll be at a grocery store or somewhere else where it'll be tough to stay six feet away from others numbers in terms of trying to reduce the spread of W. hospital council president Steve love says hospitals may not be running out of space now but it's important to get Kay Bailey Hutchison convention center ready for patients so what he is going to be very much needed if we have a surge that some of the models showed the city of Dallas says at twenty four hospitals are reporting about fifty one percent of the beds are occupied and thirty six percent of ventilators are being used
The Number of Coronavirus Cases in Texas is Growing, First Texas Death South of Houston
"Areas and the number of coronavirus cases in North Texas is growing too now the state is reporting its first corona virus let related death K. R. L. these Allen sky it joins us live with the latest on both of those stories Alan yes god in fact we just got numbers on new numbers this morning up from a terror and and Collin counties Tarrant county hi there up to six cases they added one more case this morning Collin county is now up to eight cases and you mentioned that man who died he was a man in his nineties late nineties he lived in Matagorda county that's south of Houston Amanda got to go to county said yeah he had been in contact with somebody else who had corona virus governor Greg Abbott says the entire state is making some changes to react what he's describing is the likelihood of an exponential increase in corona virus cases but die even even with the issues he says there's no reason to start stockpiling the state is waived certain trucking regulations to streamline the flow of goods and supplies to grocery and retail stores throughout the state we have a problem that's born out of panic not out of health care situation he's also waving car registration deadlines of DMV location that's one of the last place you're gonna practice social distancing state is also going to restrict visitation to hospitals nursing homes of living center saying seniors are the most vulnerable to this virus they're also fast tracking temporary license for retired nurses or doctors or out of state doctors to make sure hospitals have the manpower they
Ellie Goulding threatens to pull out of the Dallas Cowboys' Thanksgiving show
"The cowboys may need a back up plan for their halftime show during the thanksgiving game the Grammy nominated singer they hired is now threatening to cancel the show Carol these Allen sky explains Ellie Goulding is scheduled to perform at halftime when the cowboys host the Buffalo Bills on thanksgiving the halftime show was when the salvation army launches its red kettle
Boxing champion ejected from Ferrari in Dallas crash
"Boxing champion Errol Spence is beginning his recovery from this morning's crash that put him in the hospital care all these Allen sky a is it Methodist Dallas Dallas police say the twenty nine year old was driving north on riverfront Avenue near I. thirty about three o'clock this morning Errol Spence when the IBF title in twenty seventeen and W. B. C. title last month he was driving a Ferrari in police say he was speeding and not wearing a seatbelt when he lost control he hit the median and rolled several times Spence was brought here to Methodist Dallas his parents have joint in here he was an I see you but police say he should survive they're still investigating if any other factors contribute to
Trump welcomes Apollo 11 astronauts
"President trump today welcomed Apollo eleven crew members buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins to the White House of course tomorrow the fiftieth anniversary of the first moon landing relatives of the late Neil Armstrong or at the White House as well the president asked doctor older and his thoughts on the statement that of NASA the number one rocket straight now in the US we have a number one spacecraft not yet corporate with significant capability that's a great disappointment to me yeah because he is not happy but Apollo eleven did lift off fifty years ago this week in the anniversary of the landing is tomorrow Caro these Allen sky I talked with the flight director of Apollo eleven Gerald Griffin says the crew and everybody at mission control was well prepared we had been out to the men twice already once on Apollo eight and just ordered the free Apollo ten we did everything by plan Alexander was a dress rehearsal and he says that preparation help everyone stay calm and they aren't strong the fed to fly along and kill like a helicopter does finally found a suite of place but when we landed we only had about seventeen seconds of fuel left he says NASA got a clear message from both Democrats and Republicans in Washington he wants both parties to do that again what we need to do is go back to the main establish some sort of habitat of some kind and explore what we've got to do ultimately to go on to Mars refrains from for fourth and graduated from Arlington Heights
"allen sky" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"News. The Earl Campbell federal building remains closed today while the FBI investigates yesterday's shooting. But a federal judge is pressing ahead with a trial chief federal judge Barbara Lynn has moved a simple patent trial to the deadman law school on the SMU campus. The FBI is not said how long it intends to keep the federal building or the streets around it closed. The suspect gunman Brian CLYDE was killed by security officers after he opened fire yesterday morning. The F B I has not yet disclosed a motive for the shooting. And the Tarrant county Commissioner's court has voted on a controversial immigration enforcement program for another year. That was a lot of he Elaine involved in KRLD's injured Greenstein joins us now. Live from the Commissioner's court with the details. Andrew. Yes. Melissa all the that you were talking about that happened at the end of the vote in which the Tarrant county commissioners, the, the Commissioner's court voted three to two to extend the two eighty seven g program for one more year now the program, which has been controversial, not only in Tarrant county, but across the country it allows specially trained law enforcement officers in this case sheriff's deputies to also this immigration agents. No prior to the vote. The court heard passionate testimony pony for people on both sides of the issue for more than two and a half hours of those urging the court to extend the program, said that it makes community safer, while those urging the court to vote against it said that it leads to certain people living in constant fear judge Glen Whitley, and commissioners, Gary, thickest, and JD Johnson voted in favor of extending the program while commissioners, ROY Charles Brooks, and Devin Allen voted against it. Reporting live, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. All right. Thank you, Andrew during a budget briefing today. The new Dallas city council. Agreed that public safety should be top priority. Councilwoman Carolyn Arnold. King says that her constituents are tired of hearing how many officers short the department is not continuing to play this game with under which cut we're gonna find this money because we cannot do without public safety. We know that it's a we need to do what we know we can do. We must find it and take your business, but the city manager reminds everyone to do this, while requiring will require rather making some very hard, choices police and fire raises approved this year making the starting pay sixty thousand dollars. They've added two hundred eighty four more police applicants this year, but officers leaving that's still close to those being hired a barbecue joint in Dallas will hold a fundraiser for tenets who lost their homes when a crane fell over them last week, KRLD's Allen sky is in oldie stylus, the crane, that crashed into Ilan city lights. Week is still sprawled across the street and laying into the building. The operator has no time line to remove the crane, one woman died and hundreds of others lost their home. They won't be allowed to move back in. So big AL's Smokehouse barbecue near love field, while who's the fundraiser tonight for those residents people can also donate bottled water close or pet food for tenants and temporary housing in ODI status. Allen sky, NewsRadio tonight, eighty KRLD an indictment in the murder of an eleven year old boy from Houston KRLD's Kelly, weeks reports, Harris County district attorney Kim ogg says newly tested DNA evidence ties Andre Jackson to the murder of eleven year old who sway Florez. We were able to make a case to the grand jury that Jackson. Is in fact, the murder of way Florus, investigators say the little boy was stamped around twenty times while walking home from a middle school in two thousand sixteen Jackson had been charged, but the charges were dropped when DNA test came back inconclusive. Surveillance video showed Jackson running in the area at the time Kelly, we NewsRadio to Nettie KRLD resume selling at seven hundred thirty seven maxim planes. We'll have details of that story.
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"And doubled carjacking and police chase the began in northeast Dallas overnight are now in custody. This morning KRLD is Allen sky joins us live from Dallas with the latest on this. Alan Scott, Belise got the call about this carjacking and that was in far northeast Dallas near garland road and six thirty five was about eleven o'clock last night. They say a group people carjacked a family at gunpoint is they pulled into their home even firing shots as they drove off. They say the carjackers wearing clown masks in the and one of them even yell to thank you as they drove away a couple of hours later and officer near fair park spotted one of the cars that was involved. The officers started chasing that car and police say the suspects rammed the front of the squad car. Nobody was hurt in that crash. And the officer wasn't hurt. None of the victims back in northeast dowels was hurt. Either. But police they've been here all night, they say five people were involved, but they only found three suspects initially. They arrested a fourth about an hour ago. And they just put another person into a police car here, and they loaded another car onto a record live near fair park. Allen sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Now, six thirty one that KRLD President Trump's taking a lot of heat for his taxes. We on the late. Senator John McCain be still talking about it last night with Maria Bartiromo on FOX business. You spend a good portion of your time in Ohio the other day treasury John McCain Senator John McCain is dead. Why are you doing this? So it's not a good portion of my time. It's a very small portion. But if you realize about three days ago, it came out that his main person gave to the FBI the fake news dossier. It was a fake. It was a fraud. It was paid for by Hillary Clinton, and the Democrats they gave it to John McCain who gave it to the FBI four, very evil purposes. That's not good. And the other thing he voted against. Repeal and replace now, he's been campaigning for years for repeal and replace..
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"Fire at a complex in northeast. Dallas Carolis Christian Wisel joins us live from the scene with the latest. Kristen. Yeah. Amanda that fire is now out, but a second story apartment unit is now nothing, but charred and a ruined by smoke and water damage as a result of this fire. People have spoken to say they woke up around maybe five thirty this morning, smelling the smoke, and of course, people who have been evacuated from this complex are just kind of hot up along that throughout the complex here and their heaviest clothes and blankets, whatever they could grab as they were obeying forced to leave the complex and the flames were reported going through the roof of this complex again, though that fire is out we understand that about seventy firefighters responded to this fire. And as of yet, we're not hearing reports of anyone being injured. Reporting live in Dallas, Kristen Wisel NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Kristen first responders in Fort Worth taking extra precaut-. This morning because of the cold KRLD's, Allen sky joins us live with the update in Fort Worth Allen. Am I get back? Paramedics day they're expecting a very busy day today. The ambulance writer meant star they say they had three calls yesterday about the cold weather exposure. And it started using its extreme weather response procedure Matt's vodka says that means they're responding to calls about people being outdoors at a higher priority. In preparation for this cold snap. Putting extra.
"allen sky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Zest for life and huge smiles. And I was I'm optimistic for them. And I think that's how they feel about their future. The kids were between two and twenty nine years old at the time of their parents arrest will now the younger children are in foster care. They do get regular visits from their older siblings who are living together. And they're asking the public see them as survivors not victims new details on a plane crash in two thousand seventeen that killed former Massachusetts mayor while investigators can't say exactly what caused this crash in two years ago killing Allen, lavender, they have now determined the aircraft had fuel tank issues months before the crash. The seventy three year old was a former city councillor and the mayor of newburyport Southwest Airlines grounded more flights nationwide today. Alan sky with more on the sky southwest says a network problem forced flights to be grounded for about an hour this morning leading to delays in. South west has fixed the problem and at love field in Dallas passengers say they're just glad the airline avoided problems like earlier this week. So he'd have a glitch. Everyone's got a glitch. What's on? Handle. There was a mortar strike deal for workers in the cancellations today. We're not connected to the operational emergency southwest declared earlier this week, but the airline says delays could continue as it works to get back on schedule. Allen sky for CBS news at love field in Dallas. After all these years, the remains of an airman who's playing crash during World War Two have been identified. And he's from Massachusetts. Officials say the remains belong to army air force first Lieutenant burly Curtis of holliston mass. He was twenty two. And he was killed during a dive bomb attack in France in June nineteen forty four went down with the plane. He was seen by a French cabinet maker who witnessed the crash and buried Curtis's remains a long held secret. The site was excavated in 2017. Well, thank goodness. It's friday. Did you know it's national Margarita day CBS's, Diana king hall.
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"In garland, Allen sky. Newsradio KRLD. Thank you Allen. It's seven oh five. Now wallman is dead this morning after being crushed in an industrial accident in Fort Worth received the first call at twenty seven AM. It's nerve Zavotski says that call synthetic paramedics and Fort Worth police to a recycling plant on Elliott Rita road near highway one Twenty-one and halter m- road. They found a woman already dead police say a one ton bale of recycled material toppled over honor police investigations already underway. But in the case of a workplace accident like this OSHA will also opened a probe to see if any safety violations may have contributed to the death heard Louis NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. How the medical examiner has identified the victim as Renisha Mitchell on McKinney police are trying to figure out in identity of a man's body was found floating in a creek along a former golf course south of Eldorado Parkway. The body was discovered earlier this week by Ashley law flair. She tells NBC five shoes out with her twelve year old brother thirteen year old cousin when they spotted something in the creek. And I started to look I'm like and. That is really creepy. It looked like a mannequin as I got closer it became evident. Like, that's not a mannequin police aren't yet saying how the man died or if his death even appear suspicious, so far he has not been identified in mesquite police. Have a man in custody. They say broke into several churches, we say it was twenty two year old Kevin Graf who ripped off five churches in one middle school between January fourteenth in the twenty eighth stealing thousands of dollars worth of equipment. It was a it was quite a large amount of property that he had stolen from the churches. Joseph Thompson with mosquito. Police they found over three hundred items from sound equipment to computers to instruments one of the churches. Graph is believed to have struck was word of life church. Mosquito pastor Morris Jackson says the burger was quite busy to of the churches very near year and already been burglarized. We would have third in one week graph faces six counts of burglary of a building. He's in jail on a six hundred thousand dollar bond off. Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty. Big deal when hometown player makes it to the Super Bowl, but plano, high school they can boast that not one but two of its former players have made it this year. No matter the outcome of the game, plano, senior high school can say they helped create a Super Bowl champion. Patriots running back Rex Burkhead and Rams offensive lineman. Joe note, boom, both wore the plano Wildcats. Maroon and white and weren't there at the same time as birkhead graduated in two thousand nine and opem in two thousand thirteen however plano's head coach John McCullough says both of them stood out from day one. You gotta have a great attitude and both of them. I know have it. I've seen it firsthand. I've seen their work ethic. I'd seen what type of teammates AR. They make everybody around him better. Mccalla says Noteboom impressed him by being well rounded and holding himself and his teammates accountable during each and every game. Meanwhile, he says no one cut out work birkhead who made it onto plano senior varsity team as a freshman in two thousand five mccalla Cecil touch base with. Birkhead and Nope, occasionally, but his love and respect for both of them is as strong as ever he has no predictions or particular hopes for the Super Bowl outcome saying he doesn't wanna play favorites. But he expects feel joy and pride. No matter what as one of his former players wins the big game. Kristen Wiesel NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD seven eight coming up at seven fourteen your first chance of the morning to win a thousand dollars and right before that we'll be talking live with a CBS military analysts on the kind of a tit for tat going on between President Trump and the intelligence officers, traffic and.
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"Apartment complex in garland, KRLD's, Allen sky joins us live from the scene with the latest. Alan Scott, police say someone broke into a man's truck outside his apartment just before midnight. He came downstairs, see, what was happening police say the people breaking into the truck shot and killed the owner. And then took off his family says his name was Clifford wicker junior. His sister. Ashley says he was married and had three kids. She says they had lived here about three years and he used the truck for work. He would give his shirt off his back for anybody. He had a big heart. I mean, he's a good, man. Good. Good husband, a good father police. They're still out here right now. This is a complex near Centerville road in Broadway boulevard there gathering evidence, whatever evidence they can here. And they're also talking to the other tenants got the entrance to the complex blocked off some crime scene tape right now, they have not made any arrests. They're talking to those tenants in. They're also talking to the owners of some of the businesses nearby to see if they have surveillance video that might show a getaway car or the people who were involved live in garland, Allen sky, NewsRadio ten eighty roll, Allan. Thank you afford worth woman is dead this morning after an accident at a recycling plant in northeast Fort Worth woman was involved in some type of machinery accident at that location. Well, that is meant SARS man's avowed ski he says the victim was already dead. When paramedics arrived at Republic services on Elliott reader road near one Twenty-one at hall time. The victim is identified as Renisha Mitchell. Police say it appears. A one ton Bill of recycled material fell on her at a bitter cold and the country's midsection is now being blamed for nine deaths, and it's now moving east the polar vortex.
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"Good morning. It's nine oh, three thirty nine degrees right now headed for highs in the forties with Mike Rogers. And Amanda garra. I'm Scott, SAM's. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us. This morning in mesquite police. Have a man in custody charged with sexual assault of a young girl who accepted a ride from him. Here's KRLD's Allen sky. Police say the girl was walking to poteete school Monday morning. They say a man pulled up to her near north Galloway avenue in town, east boulevard and offered a ride. She got in the car and police say the man drove the rest of the weight of a high school assaulted her then left when she got out of the car. The girl told someone else who then called police they released surveillance video of a car he might have been driving. They've now arrested a thirty six year old man from forty they say, Billy Williams confessed and has been charged with sexual assault of a child. Alan sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD Fort Worth police officer could be reinstated. This morning. Sergeant Kenneth Pierce was fired over a year ago accused of using excess force he responded to a domestic violence. Call back in two thousand seventeen during which she was accused of grabbing a woman's hair unnecessarily and ordering his fellow officer details her a separate investigation later determined that Pearson didn't violate any policy in dealing with her. He appealed his firing and a compromise. Was proposed Pierce would get his job back along with a year of back pay after he serves a sixty day suspension. Pierce says he's already completed that Fort Worth activists are angry saying the incident was racist. And this compromise is that acceptable. More on the decision is expected at the meeting later this morning. It starts in about twenty five minutes in Irving of honored to of their own for saving the life of a suicidal. Man police say it was last month at officers Kyle chase on and Daniel Wilson received a call about a man on a bridge ledge who was threatening to job as they approach. He had his left hand on the concrete barrier in his right arm around the lot poll. While he was standing on the narrow concrete support for the lot poll on the opposite side of the barrier wall. Also chase on Wilson position themselves on both sides of the man and initiated a conversation. Police chief Jeff Spivey says when the man momentarily let go of the light pole the officers grabbed him and pulled him to safety. They were awarded lifesaving bars at a recent ceremony Irving police last week announced the creation of a mental health response team the three man team will respond to mental health distress calls, Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty Carol. The new survey ranks collie Ville as the second safest city in our state colleague Bill police chief Michael Miller says he attributes the city is low crime rate to its active citizens on patrol program there extra sets of eyes and ears that are out in the community which rolling around. They do business checks for us. They do house checks neighborhood checks. In fact, chief Miller says there are more citizens volunteers in Cali than there are full-time police officers the rankings of the safest cities in Texas. Come from the national council for home, safety and security. Using the most recent FBI uniform crime reports the test the only city with a population of at least ten thousand to rake ahead of colleague Bill is the Houston suburb of memorial villages. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD coming up at nine fourteen your chance to win a thousand dollars in just before that what's trending online in North Texas this morning. When.
Elon Musk says there's a '70 percent' chance he'll move to Mars
"The next seven years the cost for the first human flights. Tomorrow's would run about two hundred thousand dollars, but they would likely be one way trips. Amazon has six fulfillment centers, scattered across Texas and KIRO these Allen, sky assists. Those warehouses may set a record on this cyber Monday Amazon sold eighty three million items on cyber Monday last year. The company's Angie Newman says Amazon seems on pace to break that
Trump throws support behind criminal justice reform bill
"Homeless shelters have been filling up as North Texas. Temperatures could drop into the twenties again tonight more from KRLD's Allen sky about their planning to stay busy hour calling outreach center normally shuts down at night, but found her Wayne Larson says he's been staying open since Monday, we're going to stay open again tonight because to be below freezing. We don't anticipate doing this the rest of the week where are we going to do it? When the weather drops below freedom for the night is about one hundred twenty people have been staying each night and nonprofits I'll have to work together because Dallas has ten thousand homeless people, but only two thousand beds, it shelters they wanna come and they want to stay obviously. So we're using up every year in our facility would find a fifty where we can. And then our worship centers. Larson's has bystanders have been bringing homeless people to are calling. Police have been watching for people with nowhere else to go and hospitals have been sending people show up there. Alan Scotties radio tonight KRLD. Traffic and weather together. Got some construction might get in your way, if you are northbound on thirty five year between marseils and Ewing also northbound eight twenty between Randall mill and trinity and in euless westbound one eighty three between main and industrial be aware of workers in those areas. From the K early weather center. Clear skies over not gonna get down to about thirty two degrees. Sunshine for Thursday and a high of fifty nine Thursday night. Look for starry sky down to forty one Friday is going to be a good looking after noon sunshine and a high of sixty seven forty four on Friday night, sunny on Saturday, sixty seven but Saturday night, a thirty percent chance of rain. Creeps in right now, clear skies, thirty four degrees at NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD.
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"The middle of downtown Wylie overnight KRLD's Allen sky has our top story. The fire started at Mexican restaurant on Ballard avenue a couple of blocks north of highway seventy eight just after midnight. The first firefighters to arrive saw smoke coming from the building. So they call it a second alarm. They also called for help from neighboring departments. They could keep the fire from spreading to other businesses stacked in the same city block. They got the fire under control about an hour later, the blaze damaged the restaurant and a vacant storefront next door. No, other businesses were damaged and no one was hurt. More than two thousand people are expected to trick or treat tonight in downtown Wylie in the fire chief says the blaze will not affect Buluan Ballard, Alan sky on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Well, a teacher in Arlington ISD has been arrested for sexual assault of a child Kelly's New York reports that happened allegedly in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine fifty one year old Gregory Peters was arrested after being accused of having oral sex with a teenage girl when he was thirty three. The report was filed by two girls who were sixteen years old at the time they claim that after they made a series of prank calls to Peter's home. He asked him to come over. They did and eventually began spending more time in his Arlington, home, one of the girls. Now, thirty five claims Peter's propositioned her in a hot tub Peters is a teacher at Arlington Martin high school and teaches math and works in the athlete department. He's been with the district since two thousand twelve Austin York, NewsRadio donated to say early voting in Texas has been brisk that would be an understatement. But levels are in line with that of a presidential election university at Houston, political scientists Randan running house says the sky high partisanship is driving force here. Partisanship is a very. Strong drug and people are really unwilling to get off of it in unless there's some dramatic reason that they see to move into a different direction. He says Democrats should be competitive in many districts in Texas where they weren't before. I knew online polls show Senator Ted Cruz Sylla head of his democratic congressman Beto Rourke. But the race is getting tighter the latest poll from the episodes polling group has Republican Ted Cruz leading democrat bed or Rourke by five forty nine percent to forty four three percent saying they wouldn't vote for either. And one percent not voting Ipsos research director. Mallory New Orleans Paul is certainly in line with where the market average has this race. And I think reflects the partisan leanings in Texas right now the poll also shows fifty one percent of Texans wanna carry date who supports President Trump in Austin. Chris FOX, News Radio ten eighty KRLD in Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings. Meanwhile, is endorsing democrat Collin. Allred trying to unseat longtime Republican congressman Pete sessions of the Dallas Morning News reports sessions is hurt about the endorsement because it means the end of their relationship, and the mayor responded to sessions by saying he didn't know they had a relationship Rawlings claims. The last time he called sessions was when there were rumors that he would run against him. The mayor said that he called sessions to let him know that he wasn't running for anything. The Dallas city council will turn over management fair park to to nonprofits. The city council unanimously approved a twenty year management contract that will task fair park. I in spectra with running the day to day operations one of the promises. The groups made to the council is visually. It will have an actual park for citizens to use something one councilman says is a must I want to see the fruit from our labor our collective labor. And and really make this really what it was in my childhood role a place to go. Well, let's put the park back in the park. And let's let's make this.
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"Allen sky is live in Arlington with an update Balan. Mike. Public works. Crews are loading sandbags into people's cars here. People pull up they show their driver's license show. They have an. Arlington address. And then half a dozen people start loading bags into the back of your car. People who are pulling in say, they see flooding sometimes, but they say, it's never been this bad. Yes. Our backyard is flooded definitely flooded Arlington will load at twenty-five bags into the back of your car. There's been a steady stream of people pulling in here there going to be here till five o'clock this afternoon. The public works crews are then they'll be here. Seventy five Monday through Friday until the rain finally lets up live in Arlington. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD, Allan. Thank you all this rain, causing some sewage problems seeping out of the ground in Fort Worth several inches of rain yesterday and more expected today. Sitting officials are warning residents that they've been seeing sewage coming up for manhole covers Mary Google news is with the city's water department and says it's a problem of over-capacity tree. Route get in there and create gaps types cracks over time and rainwater seeps in and. Ground is so saturated, you know, the waters looking for the path of least resistance, and if it finds a crack and apply applied that's going right in it. She says the city has been able to stop some of the overflow, but warns residents more is possible in the long-term. Google news says the city is working on a pipe to handle more capacity that will take years to finish Austin York. Newsradio. Ten KRLD is.
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"Deadly building collapse in west Dallas yesterday. Here's KRLD's Allen sky. A construction crew is working on a townhouse near singleton boulevard and Sylvan avenue yesterday afternoon when the building collapsed Dallas fire rescue says one construction worker died and five others went to the hospital, but they should all be okay. Daniel messiahs lives nearby Intel's NBC five he could see the town house collapsed from his back porch. Imagine like little house or a building just. Bali? The developer. Mattel home says the high winds and heavy rain Dallas was experiencing caused the unfinished structure to become vulnerable and collapse. A supervisor says the man who died was thirty five years old where we'll Cabrera was married with two kids and his wife is pregnant with her third. Allen sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Now, some customers in garland could be without electricity until Friday, garland, power and Light's. Elizabeth kimbro says crews are repairing damage from storms that rolled through on Sunday. Some areas did not get any weather, but this one area apparently had some very high winds, and it broke over some Trent wouldn't transmission poles. And so of the line that's find out when Joyce several of the tall. Poles broken. Some of the shorter polls. That are part of the line wasn't just the lines down. The polls broke to. That's what's taking so long kimbro says the affected area is off Broadway in south east garland did about four hundred customers are still without power. This. Morning. It is now five oh five some people in plano have been inspired by that successful deck park in Dallas and want to see if they can replicate it they're killed. These Christian Wiesel has more CLYDE Warren Park has given the idea to create a deck park in plano as a sort of bridge over the Dallas north tollway city leaders last night said the tollways a bit of a barrier between the shops at legacy and the booming legacy west area and adak park connect the two and make it a more walkable area. Some people are enthusiastic about the idea while others have their doubts you build that they might calm. But I I don't know if there's a demand for for now the city of plano says a deck park. There is only an idea any concrete plan would require approval from a lot of people and organizations, but they just wanted to see how people felt about it. Kristen Wisel NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD as the final data registered votes in next month's elections. KRLD's Austin bureau chief Chris FOX has more on that at the end of the day. Fifteen point seven million Texans are expected to be registered to vote nearly two million. More than the last term state Democratic Party chair. Gilbert emails accredited too tight races, and the Trump effect where he gets up and makes fun of survivors of sexual assault. Each certainly does a great job in motivating our base state Republican party chair James Dickey believes it's due to the state's population. Boom, people are moving here all of the time because of the great economy produced by the Republican principles in Austin, Chris FOX, News Radio ten eighty KRLD now five zero six at KRLD and under a new policy. Most American Airlines passengers may well have to wait a little longer to get re booked if their flights are delayed or canceled up to now American ticket agents have been willing to book delayed passengers on competing airlines if necessary, but that's changing based on this new policy. Those who are not part of Americans frequent flyer program. We'll just have to wait until American itself can muster up a flight previously the company. Had fairly loose guidelines for this sort of thing and employees had pretty broad discretion on revoking. However, even if you're not a frequent flyer American agents do have some thirty two book you on a competitor. If your travel is especially time sensitive like a funeral or a wedding, for example, Kurt Lewis NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Seven. We have some rain out to the west on the ten eighty weather radar. We'll hear from chief meteorologist Dan Brune off coming up when you're trying to get to work on.
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"Help to find a man who broke into a woman's home and left naked pictures of himself in her bedroom years KRLD's, Allen sky Rowlett police spent yesterday going through the neighborhood near Keeley elementary passing out flyers and asking if anyone saw something strange last Wednesday. A woman says someone she didn't know broke into her house used her camera to take naked pictures of himself and left note saying he'd been following her police fingerprints from our house, but nothing matched fingerprints in a national database. They spend yesterday at the house trying to find more prints and DNA samples. Allen sky NewsRadio ten eighty year old. The city of Dallas is asking for permission to withhold and nine one one. Tapes from the night, a police officer killed her neighbor last month KRLD's, Kurt Lewis was more. The Dallas Morning News has made a formal request for the call made by off duty officer, amber, Geiger, as Botham John lay dying in his apartment floor after being shot by Geiger who says she believed she was in his apartment, but hers, and that he was an intruder now a lawyer for the city is Simpson news a letter saying the police department and the DA's office are asking the Texas attorney general to grant permission to keep the recording private claiming any such release would compromise the investigation Kurd Lewis, NewsRadio KRLD Frisco. Couple is warning others about a con, man. They say stole millions of dollars from them and is now on the ryen Randy and Christie Pitchford Ron nirvana restaurant and video game spot in Frisco in two thousand fourteen they hired John, right? Martin as their personal assistant. He seemed like a model employee and grew to manage several financial matters for the couple but in two thousand seventeen. The Pitchford realized they'd been duped. They went to pay their employees and discovered one account was drained the Pitchford did some digging and Randy says, they found Martin had embezzled hundreds of thousands of dollars over all their accounts. And he was using it to live the luxury life the money that he was stealing from us. He was immediately spending on a lavish lifestyle he had chartered a jet to Florida, and he hosted a party there. Martin did spend time in jail last year for felony theft. But is now out of jail and awaiting a new court date in Collin county. The Pitchford selling me five it was a tough lesson to learn. But they hope others will be wiser Kristen Wiesel NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD waited her whole life for a bone marrow transplant and on November first less than a month away at ten year old girl in Denton will finally get one tally b Bernard is diagnosed with the rare bone marrow disorder diamond black clan. Anemia at thirteen months old and this summer, she finally found a match. So I had to be a woman in the US between the ages of eighteen and twenty seven there's a gofundme campaign setup to help Halley bees family with costs not covered by insurance. Her mother Elise says, she hopes the money raised will cover it. You cock out of pocket expenses. We don't know how much we're going to have with the cost of medicines. And things like that which the nurse had said depending on what medicine she has a might be higher. We've got a link to the gofundme campaign on our website at KRLD dot com. A showdown in federal court today as Texas defends itself, it gets charges ignored the needs of special education students to save money. The TA will face off with the US department of education at the fifth circuit court, the feds contend the state violated federal law failing to ensure disabled students were properly evaluated and given an adequate education former state board of education vice chair Thomas Ratliff says the state put a cap on the number of disabled students legislative budget document from years ago that the boy limit the number of specialist students to this. We can keep the appropriations level at that. Ratliff says the district's set one above the cap, we're giving a negative consequence on their accountability rating in Austin, Chris FOX, News Radio eighty K. ARL d six oh, seven we have traffic and weather together on the aids coming up if you're going to be flying DFW airport anytime soon, and you like to park off because it's cheaper. Well, it's not going to be as cheap. That's coming up. Traffic gridlock in DFW can happen anytime. But what if you knew more than the driver next to you that backup is almost a mile long? But here's how you can get around. It will help get your around the backups, which traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. There are two kinds of people. Those who go home to change and those who role with the times Wrangler jeans for the second group, the trendsetters the Mavericks, the leaders of the pack those who are bound by nothing from bull riders to Rockstars from work life tonight. Life you roll with the times? Yeah. So do we with new styles in Greek fits Wrangler real, comfortable jeans? Your.
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"And Duke Energy returns the favor when there's a big from severe weather in North Texas. Instead of one company having all of the personnel and all of the trucks that they need for big storms like this, which is a little unreasonable. The is that if you have partners all across the country that when things like this happen people like Duke Energy, they're going to be able to say, hey, encore, we need some help over on the east coast. And then we rise to the occasion, he says Duke Energy sent crews here after severe weather in two thousand fourteen in both encore and Duke Energy had cruise along the Texas coast after hurricane Harvey last year on courses, a total of two hundred people left this morning. They'll stay in Tennessee tonight, then get their orders on where to go as soon as Florence passes live and Ben Brooke, Allen sky, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. All right. Allan. Thank you. Of course. We'll keep you posted on hurricane as it gets closer to the east coast. And when it makes landfall so in hurricane Harvey pounded Texas last year parts of the state refinery saw disruptions. We saw this gasoline shortage shortages and soaring prices that will not be the case, however for hurricane Florence. Not going to pose any problems refineries and therefore gasoline production. It's going to continue on hindered. And there will be little to no impact at least from foreign gal. Man. That's good. That's Patrick DeHaan with gas, buddy. He says we can actually get this look forward to gas prices dropping soon in our state one big reason for that refineries will switch back to making cheaper winter blend gasoline this weekend, six thirty five. We have traffic and weather together on the aids coming up that.
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"Has a high school student has a confirmed case of the measles classes started last week and a local health departments has anyone who. Went into the school last week could develop symptoms that includes people. Who have been vaccinated. One parent dropping off her daughter does not understand why fewer people. Are getting the vaccine I know a lot of people say there are some negative things that, come from Sunday's vaccinations but I feel like I was vaccinated as a kid and I seem. To be just fine Texas is one. Of eighteen stays that let parents opt out of vaccines in about two percent of kids in. Plano are not vaccinated the centers for. Disease control has confirmed one hundred twenty four cases of measles across the US this year compared to just one hundred eighteen in all of two thousand seventeen Allen sky, f, or CBS news Dallas The national weather service says hurricane lane, has been downgraded to a category two. Storm still strong and powerful as it. Approaches some of the islands of Hawaii workers piling sandbags in front of hotels while police warned. Tourists to leave the world famous Waikiki. Beach this tourist flight to leave the island was cancelled hurricane was coming so I wanted to get out as soon as possible but you know you can't control mother, nature The hurricane inspected dumped nearly two feet of, rain and bring winds of. One hundred ten miles. Per hour already, over thirty inches of fallen in some parts of the. Big island twenty, four inches in Hilo alone In the meantime Michigan college students are among those. Hoping, to leave Hawaii is hurricane lane continues to approach Grand Rapids community college associate provost and. Dean of students Tina hawks he, says the women's volleyball team, at three coaches are in a hotel on in Hilo well that's what we're hoping right now the flights are coming, in and the flights are departing yesterday's conditions in watching the county a. Hawaiian civil defense agency and we had concerns. Of their travel across the island to Kona where their original flight. Was to depart Oxy says they've been in touch, with hotel officials in the parents have team members. They're hoping to leave some time this, evening we'll check in the road to Lance. Coming up in one minute when posting on most job. Sites you get candidates.
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"Of a plano restaurant and a plano police dispatcher a fire at a hotel downtown Dallas at forced hundreds of people. To evacuate this morning KRLD Zelin sky assess the fire shut down some of the busiest roads downtown for more. Than an hour fire, alarm started going off the downtown Dallas Sheridan started. Going off randomly and the automated system to said to, evacuate the, building guests had to wait on the street while Dallas fire rescue made sure the fire was. Under control Dallas fire rescue says a construction crew is working in abandoned elevator shaft when the fire started crews. Can Troll the. Fire and nobody was hurt in downtown Dallas Allen sky NewsRadio ten. Eighty KRLD closing arguments will take place on Monday and the murder trial of ROY Oliver the former, bald springs police officer is accused of shooting into a car. Full of teens, who were leaving, allowed party killing fifteen year old Jordan Edwards two sisters who were involved. In a minor accident with Oliver are giving an entirely different account that he gave yesterday Monique Aaron Dondo had a. Minor wreck with Oliver two weeks before the ball spring shooting she says that Oliver immediately pulled out his gun. You continually as for, my information that's when I I kept saying that. I wasn't going to give anything And so the. Gun was out of my face Oliver was off duty at. The time yesterday he said, he did not point the gun at Aaron Dondo well, it's, now official, the, new US army's futures command headquarters in Austin has been activated it's all part, of the, army's biggest, technological reorganization in forty five years ladies and gentlemen. United States army futures command will now be activated US army secretary Mark Asper says the headquarters, is, a major part of his vision for the army going forward to ensure our readiness for the next war we are bringing the army's entire modernisation enterprise, under one roof army futures command Texas Senator John Cornyn was there he says we're witnessing the evolution of Austin it's not. Just about Texas football or barbecue for music festival so the tech scene anymore Austin. Is now.
Measles case confirmed at Plano West Senior High School
"Plano west senior high school is open, today but there's a student there it's been diagnosed with a measles years KRLD's Allen sky Collin county. Healthcare services says it confirmed the measles case and, anyone who is at the school last week between August fourteenth and sixteenth, may have been exposed that was the first week of school. In plano Collin county health is telling, people who were at the school last week even people who've been vaccinated to watch for symptoms. Through September sixth Texas requires gets to be vaccinated but it's also one of eighteen states that lets families, opt out for personal or moral reasons the state health department says almost, two percent of kids opt out of vaccines in plano in North Texas only Frisco has a greater. Percentage of unvaccinated kids at about two point.
AstraZeneca settles Texas drug lawsuits for $110 million
"A big, pharmaceutical company will pay millions of dollars to Texas to settled some. Lawsuits Astra Zeneca is accused of cheating the state's Medicaid program the company. Will pay one hundred. Ten million dollars. To settle claims it fraudulently marketed to medications, Sarah quel an antipsychotic and Kress store A cholesterol drug Astra Zeneca maintains it did nothing wrong the drug maker still faces another lawsuit brought by one of the Texas whistle blowers in federal court in Brooklyn on behalf of the United. States and more than two dozen
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"Rankin there's a new controversial Blue Cross Blue shield. Program that could leave a half million Texas policyholders responsible. For ER Bill Slough cross and Blue Shield of Texas will no longer pay. For out of, network emergency room visits if, it's later determined the patient should have gone elsewhere for treatment the, change, was set for, June but complaints from the. Public and doctors and concerns of the Texas Department, of insurance delayed it for sixty days the policy goes into effect today a Bill. Not paid by the insurer can be shifted to the patient Blue Cross Blue shield says the policy is necessary because some emergency room, physicians and hospitals overcharged the insurer camera Fairchild NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD DISD. Getting ready to start its own bus service voters shutdown. TAOs county schools and that is sports school districts to. Find their own transportation DISD hide Cain Smith has its transportation Director six months ago he says he had to find a thousand drivers thousand buses and he, had to do it in six months we'd never stop looking for people. To come work for us Three, hundred sixty five days a year he says a lot of people driving for. Dallas, county schools took jobs in the district. Where they live Smith says he hired most of the drivers he needs but he's still looking for a few more Texas reaching close to triple digits again high school's getting ready for football season. Some schools have changed their schedule. For two days to keep kids out of the hottest. Part, of, the day here at Shepton high school in plano. The morning practice wrapped up before eight AM it was a good start practice we didn't really like we didn't hit anything getting equipment players say. Coaches are more focused on trying to prevent concussions they're telling players to try to take kids in the shoulder pads and keep their heads back to head or anything don't get concussions or anything Texas has, become the first state to require coaches to get certification before they, can teach tackling. Coaches spent time in the classroom and took test to get certified in preventing head and neck injuries in plano. Allen sky NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD today's the deadline to fix Gerrymandered house. District in, Fort Worth in June the US supreme court ruled that Steed house district ninety. Is, racially gerrymandered and must be redrawn today. Is the deadline for the status mid a proposal to US district court to redraw those lines as currently drawn district surrounds much of downtown Fort Worth and is home to about one hundred sixty. Thousand residents now any change will. Not take effect in time for this November's elections Andrew. Greenstein, NewsRadio, ten eighty KRLD CBS news update after pulling out. Of the Iran nuclear deal President Trump is now reinstating some sanctions on Iran CBS's Cami McCormick snapback says they're called are designed to put increasing. Pressure on Iran for its destabilizing actions in places like Syria and Yemen and its support for terrorism these cover Iran's automobile industry and its trade in raw materials but much more painful rollbacks are coming in, November the Trump administration plans to reimpose sanctions against Iran's oil Industry secretary of, state Mike Pompeo, says once they're back in place they will be rigorously. Enforced until the Iranian government radically changes course Ben and Ben Talal blue is with the foundation. For defense of democracy on does have options for escalation against us the Persian Gulf is where we could see an accident lead to a confrontation however it is worth noting that in two thousand eighteen according to. President Trump and the US navy there have been zero harassment attacks in, the Persian Gulf CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter Facebook has now taken action against Alex Jones. Facebook has removed four pages belonging to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones massive. Sustain John for violating hate speech and bullying policies this follows moves by Apple's itunes to remove his six info wars podcasts, over the weekend and it's. Not the first action by Facebook against Jones late last month, his personal profile was suspended Jones is also being sued by to sandy hook parents who say they've been Harassed because of his programs that allege. The mass shooting was a. Hoax Steve Kaethe and CBS news this is the. Seventy third anniversary of Hiroshima Tolling bell marked the moment when the bomb exploded over Hiroshima early on August sixth nineteen forty five. Fifty thousand elderly survivors and. Family members joined in a moment of silence Without naming countries mayor cousin me Matsui warned. That, self-centered nationalism is raising tensions and the risk of..
Mesquite, TX police chase driver who left scene of robbery
"Near the plano evinced center in McKinney meanwhile city council. Is looking at whether a factory that wants to expand makes. Too much noise KRLD's Allen sky with, the details a concrete plan along highway five wants to expand, in some people who live, nearby say the plan already makes. Too much, noise Jim Sherm Beck's the director of the group. Down winners at risk he says an expansion would hurt the quality of life in a low income. Area, whenever you try to locate one of these places default. The easiest locations are in the middle of minority communities that has got to change make any city council says it will, enforce current rules more closely in their look at whether to expand quiet. Zones right now factories cannot use power equipment at night if they're within five hundred feet, of a neighborhood city council will consider a doubling. That two thousand feet Allen sky NewsRadio KRLD Mosquito beliefs have Amana custody this morning after a high-speed chase it happened about, two thirty police try to traffic stop of a crown white Victoria. White, crown Victoria that was seen leaving the area where a robbery had just occurred well the driver took off led police on, a pretty fast chase southbound. On six thirty five down to twenty the suspect to, finally, arrested near I twenty nine thirty five right now he is being held on a felony charge of of. Rating evading, arrest additional charges are possible in Dallas police they have arrested one of. Their own again officer James James was arrested last night, for repeated violations of a protective order it's the second time this month he's been, arrested he was arrested earlier for family violence police are not releasing any additional details and testimony begins today in the. Sexual assault. Trial of a surgeon from mckennie forty-five-year-old. Dr Donald Zimba is facing accusations of sexually assaulting a half dozen women during treatments Zuma was a sports doctor at o. s. SM orthopedics in McKinney, Zuma was, first arrested last year after two women said the. Doctor put his hands on their. Private areas during treatments after news got out four, more women came. Forward making similar claims and those Zuma was arrested a second time. The, Texas medical board has issued a temporary suspension while the cases are pending LP.
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"Are, being, honored today at the company's headquarters in Dallas for risking their lives to help people during recent mass shootings. James Shaw disarmed demand back in April. Man with, a gun at that waffle house near Nashville where. Four people were killed. And then last October Dustin Jones was at the Las Vegas concert. When a man opened fire killing fifty eight, people wounding hundreds Jones lead up to one hundred people, to safety Their live on the line didn't care when, they were hurt and you know in James shark eighth was injured armaments gunman. We wanna show obvious employees that you do recognize what they did you we want other employees. To exemplify standard at least shown, Charles Bassett with AT and t. corporate says each man will. Be awarded the company's gold veil award and recognizes the company's workers who put their lives. In danger to save others name for the one of the early presidents of AT and t. as the oppressive heat wave continues we expect to break other record for electricity use today. The electric, reliability council of Texas Arcot predicts demand will reach more than seventy four thousand megawatts today that would break the. Record of more than, seventy three thousand megawatts set last week one. Megawatt normally powers about a thousand homes, but on a hot Texas day with AC systems running full blast nearly All, the time one megawatt might only power one hundred homes John Mark Dempsey NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD the, McKinney said he council will, be considering a plan today to, allow a concrete batching plant, expansion KRLD's Allen sky, reports, the. Plan is drawing opposition the plants along highway five on the east side. Of McKinney in wants to expand Martin Marietta ready mix says the expansion would help modernize the plant, but some people who live nearby say the plant is already too loud they've hired a lawyer who says the expansion will break rules that forbid industrial plant within five hundred feet of a neighborhood they want the McKinney planning and zoning, commission to hold hearings before allowing construction the city says. It has not received any noise complaints and the expansion does not require and he's owning changes Alan sky on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD in we're just in out of Florida the US. Anti doping agency a suspended Olympic swimmer Ryan, locked de until July of next year for what is called a. Rule Rule violation were. Discussing in more information as it's available still. To come on KRLD traffic and weather together, on the eight plus your chance to. Win one thousand dollars when you're trying to get to work on time or get home depend on..
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"In dallas police and dark police held a memorial today to mark the second anniversary of the attack that killed five officers and sixteen krld's allen sky has details from dallas police headquarters the officers were killed while protecting the crowd at a demonstration in downtown dallas against police brutality police chief rene hall says the officers were working at a protest but dallas came together after the shooting it's a reminder of the love that togetherness the partnerships that we have with our elected officials with our community with the officers would everyone officer ivan guenter new the officers who were killed in was working that night we do is we replace yourselves and a mind done better what can we do to improve another memorial scheduled tomorrow outside dallas city hall at dallas police headquarters allen sky on newsradio ten eighty carol the fourth police are continuing to investigate a deadly shooting at a pawn shop yesterday evening sergeant chris britz says it appears to have been a robbery at fort worth gold and silver on jack's borough highway found one male that was deceased on the scene there was another male that had gunshot wounds as well that was transported to hospital he later actually died from those injuries the second man identified by the tarrant county medical examiner's office as fifty eightyearold gary duke he was a clerk shop and was shot several times it's not clear if or how the other person was involved in the robbery so far no arrests have been made police in wichita falls arrest a burglary suspect who got locked inside a businesses storage building in employee caught thirty one year old eric brewer of denton inside the storage unit early monday morning with a handful of tools police say brewer threaten the worker who backed out of the storage unit and locked him inside police say he was also carrying a pair of bolt cutters that had been stolen from a nearby vehicle he's charged with burglary of a building and theft.
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"The fireworks show and then again tomorrow morning for a parade geraghty's allen sky is there arlington's planning for sixty thousand people downtown tonight then another sixty thousand for the parade tomorrow it's crazy good time it's pretty much 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 so i'm glad the city of arlington's putting on stuff like this to keep us because it was always let's go to town let's go to four word is always other places to go fireworks tonight will shut down streets around levitt pavilion with more closures for the parade tomorrow in arlington alan scaia newsradio ten eighty krld and there are a lot of fireworks displays the evening ca boom town and addison the one near downtown dallas on the bridges among others criminal defense attorneys in dallas gathered at the frank crowley courthouse to remember the reason for this holiday down one by one about forty criminal defense attorneys took turns rigging sections of the declaration of independence one of the attorneys who organized the effort was george miller who says this is not only being observed dallas but all over the state this was actually started by small group of criminal defense lawyers in houston and then in conjunction with the texas criminal defense lawyers association it became a statewide effort and by two thousand sixteen we've actually reached all two hundred fifty four counties in the state he says it's important to remember the document that truly made america what it is we've also featured a color guard presentation as well as a trombone solo on the steps of the frank crowley courthouse in downtown dallas to your newsradio tonight what seemed to be a minor wreck ended in a death this morning in far south dallas dallas place officer to make an amens as a man driving a pickup apparently lost control vehicle collided with a tree and a sixty four hundred block of baraboo dried causing minor damage to the vehicle the vehicle was resting on top of a powell tree branches the heat from the truck started a fire and the driver died was killed by the fire inside the truck police have not said why the man was unable to get out a national group has put together a list of what it's called the biggest highway boondoggles in the country a north texas project is on that list base goggin is with the texas chapter of the public interest research group says they don't think the 635 lbj east expansion project will do much to relieve traffic congestion lbj expansion plan is what we consider to be a highway poon dhakal it's a classic example of spending too much money on something that all transportation problems says expanding highways usually leads to more development and more traffic four branches of the fort worth library now offering mobile.
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"Allen sky wbap news trump administration signalling the president is ready to pull the us out of the paris climate change accords here's white house correspondent jim acosta president's move to pull out of the climate deal would fulfill campaign promise we will care so this deal so that our companies can compete with the decision also runs counter to advise coming from his own daughter of vodka who supported staying in the agreement an administration official said ivanka created a process to ensure the president heard from people on all sides of the issue both inside and outside government the president has said he will make his decision very soon meanwhile the president expected to alter parts of the agreement with cuba made by former president barack obama your sports patrick altman us government official tells that in the coming weeks president trump one out a major policy shift with cuba undoing many but not all of these changes brought about by the administration of president rock obama under the obama changes the us was able to open a us embassy in cuba restart regular flight encryption service the island and now you see hordes of american visitors coming cuba for the first time in a decade one of the changes could be the united states demanding us fugitives who received asylum on the island a former fbi director heading a probe into contacts between the trump campaign and russia has enlisted a top justice department official in the effort special counsel robert muller appointed andrew weissman to his team at department official confirmed today weissman had been head of the criminal divisions franz section since twenty fifteen longtime just official previously served as fbi general council under muller.