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02:38 min | 4 months ago

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"Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by Valley Side Medical Clinic. Dycom Governor Greg Abbott has turned to the military and law enforcement for help and responding to the severe winter weather that's frozen the state governor habits, deployed the National Guard to conduct welfare checks and to assist local authorities and transporting Texans to one of the 135 local warming centers across the state Guard is also using 28 high mobility vehicles and an ambulance. 3300. DPS troopers have also been said to the areas hit her. Artist. As for the rotating electricity outage is expected to continue today, Abbott says her cot and the Public Utility Commission are working nonstop to restore power. Chris Fox News Radio K. L. B. J. Austen Energy is still not really able to give any timelines as to when your power may come back on. A lot of people have been without power for more than 24 hours, as the sub freezing temperatures remain outside. Jacqueline sergeant with Austin Energy says they have shed all of the non essential load they can to comply with. Our God got to that maximum point, and there's basically we're stuck here. Until we can get some reprieve from ERCOT and can start releasing some of those circuits. Some reports have come in that the inside temperature and some Austin Holmes has fallen to 40 degrees. First responders been kept very busy since the cold weather and snow first roll through town. Austin, Travis County E. M s as he got more than 1000 calls Just yesterday In Boston. Firefighters had to tend to a handful of fires, His people with no power desperately sought some semblance of heat within their own homes. Since last night. M s officials say several people have had to be treated for carbon monoxide issues related to using items like charcoal to try to heat their homes from the inside. Water pipes are very much at risk. Right now. That's another issue that's kept firefighters busy is more than 500 of those calls came in just yesterday. As the weather remains bitter cold. You should try to keep your faucets dripping to minimize the chance of your pipes Freezing. There are various warming centers now around central Texas, along with the Palmer Event Center and the downtown Austin Salvation Army. The Hays School district is also providing some of its Busses is warming centers for people living in Kyle. The locations include Steeplechase Park, Niggly Elementary, Orchard Park, ST Anthony's and the Quail Ridge Neighborhood. No food or drinks will be provided with the weather sticking around a lot of Austin. I've been forced to stay home, and some are wondering whether or not their jobs may pay for their snow days off from construction workers to part timers. Uncertainty looms along with the cold Weather area homebuilder 11. Whitmire says he moved to Austin and the beginning of the year and isn't sure how his higher ups will handle this as being new. I'm not sure how this all works when the office shuts down if that's paid or not paid So.

Patrick Osborne Valley Side Medical Clinic 40 degrees Boston Kyle Whitmire Abbott Austin Energy Public Utility Commission yesterday Steeplechase Park 28 high mobility vehicles last night Dycom today Austin Orchard Park more than 1000 calls ERCOT K. L. B. J. Austen Energy
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02:42 min | 4 months ago

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"K L. B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by Hedgehog Dental and Topping Austin's news governor, Greg Abbott has turned to the military and law enforcement for help in responding to the severe winter weather that's frozen the state governor habits, deployed the National Guard to conduct welfare checks and to assist local authorities and transporting Texans to one of the 135 local warming centers across the state Guard is also using 28 high mobility vehicles and an ambulance. 3300. DPS troopers have also been said to the areas hit hardest. As for the rotating electricity outage is expected to continue today, Abbott says her cot and the Public Utility Commission are working nonstop to restore power. Chris Fox News Radio K. L. B. J. Austen Energy is still not really able to give any timelines as to when your power may come back on. A lot of people have been without power for more than 24 hours, as the sub freezing temperatures remain outside. Jacqueline sergeant with Austin Energy says they have shed all the non essential load they can to comply with her car got to that maximum point, and there's were basically we're stuck here. Until we can get some reprieve from ERCOT and can start releasing some of those circuits. Some reports have come in that the inside temperature and some Austin Holmes has fallen to 40 degrees. First responders been kept very busy since the cold weather and snow first roll through town, Austin, Travis County E. M s as he got more than 1000 calls Just yesterday in Boston. Firefighters had to tend to a handful of fires. His people with no power desperately sought some semblance of heat within their own homes. Since last night, M s officials say several people have had to be treated for carbon monoxide issues related to using items like charcoal to try to heat their homes from the inside. Water pipes are very much at risk. Right now. That's another issue that's kept firefighters busy is more than 500 of those calls came in just yesterday. As the weather remains bitter cold. You should try to keep your faucets dripping to minimize the chance of your pipes Freezing. There are various warming centers now around central Texas, along with the Palmer Event Center and the downtown Austin Salvation Army. Hays School district is also providing some of its Busses is warming centers for people living in Kyle. The locations include Steeplechase Park, Niggly Elementary, Orchard Park, ST Anthony's and the Quail Ridge Neighborhood. The Busses are being made available as of 7 a.m., but no food or drinks will be provided. With the weather sticking around. A lot of Austinites been forced to stay home, and some are wondering whether or not their jobs may pay for their snow days off from construction workers to part timers. Uncertainty looms along with the cold Weather area homebuilder 11. Whitmire says he moved to Austin and the beginning of the year and isn't sure how his higher ups will handle this as being new. I'm not sure how this all works when the office shuts down if that's paid or not paid So.

Greg Abbott 40 degrees Boston Austin Energy Kyle Abbott 7 a.m. Austin Steeplechase Park yesterday Orchard Park 28 high mobility vehicles Whitmire Public Utility Commission Jacqueline last night Patrick Osborne Hedgehog Dental more than 1000 calls ST Anthony's
"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A Waterloo media station he's not a king I'm Dave Anthony fox news that's what new York's governor says reacting to president trump claiming to have authority over winter reopen things shut by the corona virus Andrew Cuomo told CNN there were working together and that's why I don't understand why he would tell you that at this point this suggestion the calls the federal government but the president is insistence president trump insisting the decision to re open the country's economy alternately rests with him not with the nation's governors claiming he has the ultimate authority to loosen those stay at home measures we will soon finalize new and very important guidelines to give governors the information they need to start safely opening their states ten governors from two blocks of eastern and western hot spot states have banded together to coordinate re opening things regionally the U. S. constitution leaves the primary authority over public health as well as police powers to the states in Washington John decker fox news International Monetary Fund is now predicting the worst year for the global economy since the Great Depression of the nineteen thirties but on Wall Street stocks are surging the Dow's up nearly six hundred points the number of criminal cases may top six hundred thousand in the U. S. today nearly three million people have been tested and there is a new one in New Jersey the test which uses saliva instead of the invasive no swabs was developed by scientists at Rutgers University and given emergency use authorization by the food and drug administration in recent days records also launched a genetic testing service for the virus that contest our sins of samples that day and with the new tests that may increase to tens of thousands daily fox's tonnage it powers on a current treatment picking up steam using plasma from the blood of those recover given the virus patients providing antibodies to fight and America is listening to fox news time nine oh two good morning I'm mark Caesar the Austin school district says it cannot find the students who need Chromebooks thousands of kids said they needed a Chromebook but now the A. I. Esty says the kids are not at the addresses provided by their parents the A. I. S. details a statesman it's a very large task trying to locate all of these kids the Austin salvation army is closed after twelve homeless test positive for the corona virus the twelve are now staying at a hotel leased by the city of Austin the salvation army is being sanitized Austin and Travis county now require you to wear a mask when you go out in public mayor Steve Adler hopes for voluntary compliance he says if necessary that order will be enforced it's part of the extension of the stay at home order that runs until may eighth forty five degrees get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot.

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To the new order by requiring folks to wear a facemask Viet nam Dan or medical he explains anybody this is leaving their home and it's going to be around anyone else other than people in their household should wear face while wearing the face covering doesn't protect you from getting a virus does significantly increase the chances that if you have a virus you're not going to give it to somebody else Adler says this order it still carries the weight of law but is hoping you and your neighbors can police it yourselves if not he warns the city may have to take stricter action John Cooley newsradio kale B. J. rabbit gives a peek at his plan to re open he says there will be a team guiding his decision insuring that what we're doing is consistent with data and with medical analysis as well as strategies about which type of businesses will be able to open up he says it's not going to be a free for all it has to be done while considering the safety of residents several states are making their own decisions on reopening the governors from New Jersey Connecticut Delaware Massachusetts Pennsylvania Rhode Island and New York did not announce a timetable but say that will happen soon and smart governor Andrew Cuomo if you do it wrong he can backfire and we've seen that in other places arching in Oregon and California are also banding together governor Gavin Newsom you want to go far go together that's the spirit of regionalism that's defined our approach to addressing the spend down all ten governors are Democrats but one president trump says re opening is his call the governor's point out he left it up to them to close down we opening plans are there I'm Julie Walker Boston sixty day grace period for rental properties may be a reprieve for tenants but landlords say they're struggling Stewart do pie is one of them he tells CBS Austin if it continues things will get very rough unable to pay my payments and if I get foreclosed on by my bank my tenants get evicted this is only one third of his tenants have paid rent for the month of April the downtown Austin salvation army is close for cleaning and sanitizing their rearranging beds to promote social distancing officials say a dozen people tested positive for corona virus the shelter is being cleaned people will stay in other locations throughout the city of Austin six thirty three Hey here's Austin's on time traffic with don prior you should use a tape recorder and just have the same thing playing in a loop there no wrecks are no stalls and it's a great drive time out there is just really good time to be on the road don prior with Austin's on time traffic breezy for the morning otherwise today a blend of clouds and sunshine throughout the day hi getting up to sixty three for tonight that will be mostly cloudy and chilly a low tonight of forty from the weather center I'm Kevin Snyder forty.

"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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02:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Businesses in Texas it hard by corona virus Goldman Sachs president John Waldron says they'll offer up that money is part of the five hundred fifty million dollar national relief efforts provide urgent cash flow systems and are designed to be partially or wholly forgiven if necessary criteria are met applications are now being accepted the loans which are a component of the federal paycheck protection program are intended to prevent layoffs and maintain payroll eleven people in Travis county now died from code nineteen also pubblico says their eight hundred fifty six cases this morning but a growing number of people are beginning to recover that number now up to a hundred and forty four and of the ninety three people currently hospitalized forty nine R. and I see you the first cove in nineteen related death in Hays county it's been confirmed officials say a woman in her eighties from buta has died fifty of Hays county's ninety three cases remain active forty two have made recoveries and one person is in the hospital only two new cases of covered nineteen added on the Williamson county's tally since yesterday that number now stands at a hundred nineteen was four deaths and sixty four recoveries and Bastrop county no do confirmations of any kind still twenty seven cases there and one death but hundreds of people in Bastrop county remain under investigation for possible symptoms the arch homeless shelter in downtown Austin now has its first confirmed case of covert nineteen Greg McCormick executive director for the nonprofit front steps which runs the arch shelter tells fox seven they've lessen the number of people allowed inside at night they're around a lot of folks sometimes in these experiments in close quarters and have trouble isolating he says the person who is infected as well as everyone who had contact with that person now isolated at a nearby hotel the downtown Austin's salvation army shelter clothes for cleaning sanitizing and rearrange beds to promote social distancing officials say that about a dozen people there of tested positive for corona virus and while the shelters being cleaned all people staying there have been placed in isolation elsewhere the Austin convention board addresses hotel occupancy the latest numbers now show Austin has only a three percent occupancy rate for hotels two percent less than it was last week a typically it's closer to eighty percent in April rates are also down by fifteen percent of the boards as Austin may not rebound back to normal levels for several years Austin six day grace period for rental properties maybe a reprieve for tenants but some landlords are really struggling to cover their own mortgage payments steward to please one of them he tells CBS Austin if the problem continues for longer than expected tenants are going to feel this unable to pay my payments and if I get foreclosed on by my bank my tenants get evicted isn't only about a third of his tenants so far paid their month are paid the rent for this month and he's worried both residential and commercial landlords may begin losing their properties and on Monday the city of Austin.

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On the Austin salvation army last week a positive test results came back for a person who was staying at that shelter in the wake of that salvation army major Lewis rec line tell CBS Austin several employees have had to be quarantined and several others have chosen just not to come into work who are in there all day every day to help them to a manageable and comfortable that's worse affected us the most workers who didn't show up this week haven't quit permanently but they are staying away for safety reasons fourteen others who were staying in the same dorm is that infected person have been quarantined as well Patrick Osborne newsradio kill BJ crown plaza hotel downtown will soon be used to quarantine and isolate the homeless the Austin monitor reports the city of Austin will pay to use the two hundred ninety two rooms in that hotel Austin will also close on its purchase of the roadway in April seventeenth it will take one month to convert that hotel to a new shelter for the homeless the city of Austin has a new system for builders and construction companies to find out of the city will allow their work to continue the Austin monitor reports the system opened online last night the real estate counseling construction companies are still reviewing the new rules they have not yet commented mayor Adler's rules on construction have been heavily criticized by the industry the city is identifying nursing facilities for use in the corona virus outbreak the city's Dr Lina prices the idea is to treat people effectively and slow the spread so they're looking at two nursing facilities with a total of one hundred beds are very hopeful that by having these facilities up and running before we had any sort of surge population that that we will be able to really protect our residents better than other communities have perhaps been able to she says of the city needs more beds they will identify the defy those in the future Louisiana says it has an urgent need for more equipment to the flow of personal protective equipment PPE has improved but Louisiana governor John bel Edwards says he's told the White House it needs to be more relief doing just in time deliveries right now were emptying out our warehouse every single night that word says Louisiana's biggest need is ventilators he's ordered fourteen thousand the number however that we've received continues to be a hundred and ninety one president trump says more than nine thousand ventilators have been shipped to states from the federal stockpile the ten thousand are being held back we didn't want to give up because we don't know where the emergency the sixteen H. like so fast it comes so quickly the president promises a lot more are in production you're talking about hundreds of thousands being made in a very short period of time Ben Thomas Washington seven thirty three here's Austin's on time traffic.

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Public health is building site for infected nursing home patients officials say these sites will have a hundred beds that are specifically for infected patients who either don't need hospitalization or who've been discharged yes run on petrol long the whole state of Texas could lose tens of thousands of jobs takes account of his doctorate Perryman says the metro area could see more than seventy seven thousand jobs lost in a recent report a person testing positive for covert nineteen at the downtown Austin salvation army has been given Stoke fears of the virus will easily run through the homeless population also public health director Stephanie hated says it's also a concern for groups that hand out meals how can we provide whether it's meals or protective equipment to our partners so they can stand back up their operations can't cleanings will continue in the city has begun installing hand washing stations and portable restrooms under overpasses your Kaylee J. radar weather watch low fifty eight high seventy seven get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com this is coast.

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01:30 min | 1 year ago

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"Volunteers dot CA dot gov if you're a nursing school student at medical school student we need you if you've just retired in last few years we need to he says this poll consists of roughly thirty seven thousand health care workers who could staff previously shuttered hospitals that are re opening now as well as field medical offices that are being set up Jessica Rosenthal fox news America is listening to fox news brought to you by weed man lawn care newsradio kale BJ on John Cooley a topping Austin's news Austin public health is building sites for infected nursing home patients officials say these sites will have a hundred beds that are specifically for infected patients who either don't need hospitalization or who've been discharged yes run on petrol long with the whole state of Texas could lose tens of thousands of jobs takes account of his doctorate Perryman says the metro area could see more than seventy seven thousand jobs lost in a recent report a person testing positive for covert nineteen at the downtown Austin salvation army has been given Stoke fears of the virus will easily run through the homeless population also public health director Stephanie hated says it's also a concern for groups that hand out meals how can we provide whether it's meals or protective equipment to our partners so they can stand back up their operations can't cleanings will continue in the city has begun installing.

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11:26 min | 1 year ago

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"A health care crisis in your community please call help us in New York now almost says he agrees with the president when he says this is a war but we need to act more like it could all stopped fox news U. S. has over one hundred fifty thousand cases worldwide it now tops seven hundred sixty thousand and over half of the deaths are in Italy and Spain there is a hopeful sign now in Italy the percentage increase and new coronavirus cases you count which continues to give hope that the restrictive measures taken are paying off but still the total numbers since the beginning of the outbreak here has surpassed one hundred thousand it seems likely closures will remain in place past April third more than fifty doctors have died with corona virus the latest country descended relief has been Albania one of the poorest countries in Europe such as any Kellogg the Texas governor just updating an executive order that required air travelers from New Orleans to self quarantine for two weeks in Texas will now applies to people driving in Texas as well from seven cities and states including California Washington state Miami Detroit Chicago and Atlanta Erica is listening to fox news newsradio kale BJ on John Cooley this is a service of ankle total car care the Hutto city council will meet this evening to take a look at its finances after forty eight city workers were laid off last week mayor Doug Gaul has taken responsibility for that decision and councilmember Mike Snyder says gall America temp Tom Hines it should step down you can't move forward when you land off people you can't move forward when we've done the damage that we've done and I'm telling you it's not and continue to either resign or I will go out the door to door the university of Texas is resuming class today but there will be no one inside the classrooms all classes are now online and officials say other campus operations have also been changed wherever possible in a research report of a person testing positive for covert nineteen at the downtown Austin salvation army center has again stoked fears that the corona virus will easily run through the homeless population your kale BJ radar weather watch it's sixty four degrees low fifty seven get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com live and local this is mark Melinda and add on newsradio Kael be J. at five one two eight three six zero five ninety call or text now mark Melinda and ed hi Melinda how you doing I'm doing well thank you hello mark hello and hello Melinda hello mark good afternoon I'm ready for a great show today well let's kick it off with the sheriff versus the preacher a sheriff in Florida has issued an arrest warrant go round them up boys bring a man in handcuffs for a pastor of a megachurch in Tampa who packed a man yesterday preaching the good news yeah I had the the church or the the police say listen we we talked to him a couple times saying this is what the order is you shouldn't hold services and the pastor said not gonna do it we're not afraid of anything here and even went as far as encouraging the congregation to make sure they shake hands with everybody say hello hugging kids yeah the crazy did they have any snakes there to their sacrifice since they can get people bitten by snakes to listen I don't want to see anybody go to jail but you got to do something to stop this this crazy preacher because he's putting his congregation in danger well the Hillsborough County sheriff there in Florida Chad con Esther says he reached out to the preacher several times try to work something out reminded them look we have an order in place no more than ten people in one gathering but Howard brown the pastor of this big big megachurch said we're moving forward we want everybody to come on down well I think he's wrong but I also think all the people that went wrong they could chose to stay at home but they chose to go and not follow orders to what would you do with this preacher ed mark I I would I would get it down the police station I would say listen Reverend don't do this again we don't want to put people in jail but if you do it again you see that cell right there down the hall that's going to be yours for the next six months that's what I would tell this preacher because he's really really not being smart and I know the people down there you want to follow your leader your religious leader I'm sure they're they're doing that thinking he's never he's never done is wrong in the past but you gotta say Reverend if you do this again jail number three down there's gonna be years for the next six months period that's what I would do well the sheriff says he talked with attorneys for the church twice trying to talk about this the pastor's stance was no we're going forward even though we had the option to live stream the service to the four thousand members wow so I guess this is going to be a case where you start to test the the rights of being able to congregate against I'm a mandate from the state saying you can't at this time it does appear to be a very high profile test of this Melinda you're right and it's it's been interesting that we've had very few of these kinds of showdowns or confrontations so far people by and large a big complying with all of these orders and regulations watching people by and large go okay for the greater good I can understand having to take these measures for right now it doesn't mean that we're doing this forever it doesn't mean they're shutting down the church and will never be able to open the doors again it just is a temporary measure to take right now Hey listen I've why watch church yesterday all on the computer while I was Makin bacon you know I watch church you can do that you can get your religious experience you can get the feeling good you can hear the scripture and hear a lesson you can do that from the comfort of your own home where you're supposed to be where you're supposed to a self distancing and not getting in large groups it can't be done reference we also have a fourteen year old Houston boy whose now in trouble with the law they say that he intentionally coughed on the produce in a grocery store in Houston did it on purpose is part of a prank and now here is county sheriff ed Gonzalez is arresting this fourteen year old boy yeah I charged him with tampering with consumer products I would throw in a fine for the parents to where the heck are you parents were you there with your child did you see this happen have you not had a conversation with your fourteen year old to say this is not funny in any any way that you don't need to do this you act right when we're in public I agree out I would I would hamper the fourteen year old but I will get mom and dad too and like the preacher C. that cell number three down there that's going to be yours for two or three days ago can't go in cell number three we got a and the judges are all saying quit bringing people and we're trying to empty what do you do an arresting all of these people man I'm turned to Sam **** all of a sudden having a the story by The Washington Post since says many parents across America are losing the battle with their teenagers to keep them at home they're supposed to be staying at home right now but the teenagers particularly senior level boys want to get out and get together with all the other guys yeah a lot of parents are losing this battle ahead mark my next door neighbors they've got three teenagers in weeks we spoke over the fence yesterday said all my gosh they're just they're stir crazy they want to get out but you gotta stop those senior boys your senior girls they cannot get in packs which they do they cannot go and congregate together and sit close to the to each other are you just can't do that and again it's going to take law enforcement I hate I don't I don't want these situations to occur but if law officers see these large congregations you gotta stop them you know what this is time to step up and be a parent there is no reason apparent should be saying it's hard to control them bull do you wait it's your job it is more important now than it probably ever has been this story is full of examples of parents saying I just can't get him to stay home he won't listen to me he won't he won't do it he's gone and I don't know where it goes until he comes home unacceptable parenting unacceptable I and I know I'm gonna be mad at me I'm not a parent I don't understand that is bull there you are the adult yeah you're right it particularly in these times you lay down the law yeah I'm in charge here's what's happening in the Wall Street journal says it's happening on the younger end as well with all the parents at home and the kids here say six to ten years old this story talks about how the parents started out last week all right here's your schedule very detailed very strict schedule for the day and in most cases it was gone by Wednesday at the latest to my little sister is one of those that made a schedule but she sticks to it she's a school teacher she knows how to stick to the schedule and it she's laid down the law and that's how it is does she have the bottom line issue at all yeah see she is not afraid to use it good it runs in the family I felt all right here the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety sherry dripping springs how you doing today sherry okay are you saying that I told my son if you want to go out that's great but you're not coming back so I don't understand my parents can't get the kids at home you just tell them if you go out you don't come back and share you remind me of a dad in New York sign said I'm going to spring break I'm going to south padre and he did and said his dad pictures of all the things they were doing and dad said you're not coming back home you're not welcome in the house it in when the college age son did come back he was locked out in there was a package of groceries outside I was a little bit nicer than probably what he did to giving groceries in his car and said good luck son yes yeah don't yeah but I mean you know parents who can't control their kids maybe this is a good opportunity for you to take a good hard look at yourself and start acting like parents and start playing the roles down and not being afraid of a little tough love I actually think this is a tremendous opportunity for our society how old is your six how old is your son sherry eighteen okay and you're you're cracking the whip absolutely all right good for you sure eight three six zero five ninety call or text is it's two eleven with mark Melinda and ed.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"austin salvation army" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Tonight as an audiology center does financial crisis will go under the microscope tonight at city hall mayor Doug Gaul says the forty eight city workers laid off last week were victims of the financial impact of coronavirus but councilmember Mike Snyder is not buying that and he says the real culprit is months of inaction for mayor golf and mayor pro tem Tom Hines forty people lost their jobs many of those that stayed took pay cuts our employees and our tax paying citizens deserve and demand elected people who will work to do what is right he says Gaul and Hines either resign or he'll initiate a recall petition council tonight will also consider changing the status of those forty eight workers which would then help them qualify for up to four months back a recent report of a person testing positive for cove in nineteen of the downtown Austin salvation army as again stoked fears that the virus could easily run through the homeless population Austin public health director Stephanie Hayden says it's also a concern for groups that hand out meals how can we provide whether it's meals or protective equipment to our partners so they can stand back up their operations and be able to provide those meals routine clean ups of camps will continue now the city is also installing hand washing stations and portable restrooms at some of those camps thousands of UT students returning to class today but not to the classroom senior vice provost Larry Singh gal says all classes are now online and other campus operations have also shifted online wherever possible and where not possible we're focusing on critical operations were clear social distancing precautions including research labs and facilities grading systems are still being worked out for certain majors and while tuition will not be reimbursed other costs like parking.

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"More help has arrived in New York I'm Dave Anthony fox news this is like adding a whole another hospital to New York City mayor billable hours you after the navy ship comfort docked on Manhattan's west side this ship is here ahead of schedule the amazing world of the military fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave the floating hospitals are quick to take trauma patients freeing up space at hard hit medical facilities general Terrence o'shaughnessy U. S. north can't calm commander is in charge of this mission open for business and we're ready to to help with that take some of the pressure off the hospital system both in California as well as in New York City the USNS comfort docked in New York harbor has one thousand bed it's a dozen operating rooms and more than a thousand medical staff sister ship the U. S. and S. mercy is off the coast of Los Angeles and is already started accepting patients Dave original New York accounts for more than forty percent of the one hundred forty three thousand U. S. coronavirus cases but other areas of the country you're seeing more and more infections Michigan is now fourth in the U. S. with more than five thousand cases certain hot spots trying to keep up with an influx of cases in the Michigan governor warning her state could be a quote dire straits in a matter of days as we've learned a Michigan state lawmaker has died of the virus the governor of Louisiana sending his own alarm with fatalities per capita in his state rivaling that of New York City fox's time pyro the number of corona cases keeps rising in the ranks of the military nearly doubling since Friday to five hundred sixty nine service members infected nearly five hundred other family members civilian defense workers and contractors of also tested positive more economic fallout Macy's which is already closed stores is going to follow a hundred thirty thousand workers adding millions of people in various industries have already been laid off and on Wall Street stocks are rising to start the week the Dow is up nearly four hundred points but it is still down more than twenty percent from its all time high last month America is listening to fox news news radio que L. B. J. I'm Patrick Osborne this news brought you by apple leasing stopping Austin's news how does financial crisis will go under the microscope tonight at city hall mayor Doug Gaul says the forty eight city workers laid off last week were victims of the financial impact of coronavirus but councilmember Mike Snyder is not buying that and he says the real culprit is months of inaction for mayor golf and mayor pro tem Tom Hines forty people lost their jobs many of those that stayed took pay cuts our employees and our tax paying citizens deserve and demand elected people who will work to do what is right he says Gaul and Hines either resign or he'll initiate a recall petition council tonight will also consider changing the status of those forty eight workers which would then help them qualify for up to four months pay a recent report of a person testing positive for covert nineteen of the downtown Austin salvation army as again stoked fears that the virus could easily run through the homeless population Austin public health director Stephanie Hayden says it's also a concern for groups that hand out meals how can we provide whether it's meals or protective equipment to our partners so they can stand back up their operations and be able to provide those meals routine clean ups of camps will continue now the city is also installing hand washing stations and portable restrooms at some of those camps thousands of UT students returning to class today but not to the classroom senior vice provost Larry Singh gal says all classes are now online and other campus operations have also shifted online wherever possible and where not possible were focusing on critical operations were clear social distancing precautions including research labs and facilities grading systems are still being worked out for certain majors and while tuition will not be reimbursed other costs like parking and dining services may be refunded on a.

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