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H-E-B awarding all full-time, part-time employees with $500 bonuses in Houston
"Full and part time at a CI be receiving a $500 pandemic bonus. From a G B A well deserved be kudos to H E. B for once again just so many times. HB has done wonderful things that a man this is this is up there on the list. A cz. Well, they keep raising the bar. I mean, it seems like every month you hear about HB doing something wonderful for its employees, which have really been, you know, on the front lines during this pandemic, Of course, grocery stores considered essential businesses. They need to be open. But you know, they're putting in long hours. You think back at you know, over the summer when you had the rush on toilet paper and hand sanitizer and other essential items and the fact that you know there are long lines at the grocery store that a constantly restock shelves, headbutt limits on certain meet items. I mean, it was just a mess, and these HB employees, you know, kept smiles on their faces. All the while and it's just what a great company you know, HB is to take care of their employees that way, And throughout this pandemic, it just strikes me. Every time I go into an HBO, you know, I wear my mask and I'm even more of Ah. Freak about trying to avoid the corona virus than most I I put on gloves. I by pulling up. I put on gloves and a mask going into the GPS, so that if I'm touching the shopping Carter from touchdown items, I'm even extra careful, But I think about every one of those employees inside of an HB on and obviously a convenience store or any of these places that serve the public. You were working in a place where throughout the day during your shift, hundreds and hundreds of fellow San Antonians in Bear County citizens are coming into your place of business, breathing the air with you and just do simple math. Simple math tells you some of these people do have the Corona virus, Right? And there you are on the front lines. And as you said, charity, I totally agree and has been my experience with a smile on their face and always polite and helpful. Yeah, and we've seen and we've reported On dozens of H E B employees who have come down with the Corona virus. Now, of course, we don't know the origin of transmission. We don't know if that happened at a store or, you know, on their free time off of work, But even still, you know, I mean, to put yourself out there and to come into contact with so many people as you mentioned, I mean, really says a lot about what they do for the community. God love him. And congratulations and well earned Ole employees at H E B. Getting a $500 pandemic bonus. A
Fresh update on "bear county" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Weekend means tougher restrictions for San Antonio and Bear County. We have a situation now where we're going up every day consistently In our hospitals are getting crowded and crowder so We hope that this little extra punch will help us get through this critical period of time. For four days, the city and county will be under a curfew, starting things giving and Indy Monday morning. Each day. The curfew starts at 10 P.m.. And last until 5 a.m. for all social activities. Ruling last night from the Supreme Court, CBS correspondent Paula Read. This was the first major Supreme Court decision for Justice Amy Cockney Barrett, who sided with the majority were earlier this year, The court ruled a 5 to 4 to leave the restrictions in place with the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg siding with that majority. Santa Ana winds could bring complications for Thanksgiving plans in Southern California. This man lives in Fontana. There's nothing we can do. I mean, you can only get upset, but I mean, are you gonna ruin your whole day? Southern California Edison has shut down power.
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"All the Bear County Medical examiner's office is working to identify human remains that were found in a stolen car that had been burned. S A P D. Responded Sunday morning to a report of a stolen car found completely burned out in an area south of Highway 90 on the county's Westside. Officers discovered a skeletal remains inside the car and continue to investigate. There could be a decision as soon as today on whether the police officers involved in the death of Briana Taylor will face charges. The city of Louisville's federal courthouse will be closed this week in anticipation of a possible decision. Taylor, a 26 year old was shot and killed back in March during a no knock raid on her home. Last week, the city settled a civil lawsuit with her family agreeing to pay out $12 million well, a big trophy hall for more than one show. At last night's 2020. Emmys Creek made history of the 72nd annual Emmys on ABC, grabbing all seven awards in the comedy category. This is a night to remember, and I cannot thank the academy enough for their generosity. This is completely overwhelming. And I think you think Watchman, which went in with the most nominations, took home for one for Regina King as Actress Well, Zendaya became the youngest ever to win best actress for HBO's euphoria. Succession won four awards as well for best drama series politics, made an appearance throughout the night Jimmy Kimmel hosted, opening up using the audience from last year. The show also featured a girls only friends reunion well, Tropical Storm Beta is slowly making its way towards the Texas Gulf Coast, with landfall expected later tonight. W Away I news time 5 23 now traffic.
Hurricane Sally starts lashing Gulf Coast as it churns at sluggish pace
"The Gulf Coast but at a snail's pace, the National Hurricane Center says the storm is moving to the northwest of just two MPH. Sally has winds of up to 85 MPH. It's about 110 Miles south of Mobile, Alabama and is expected to reach land late tonight or tomorrow to bear County
More Than 12,000 People Have Died From COVID-19 In The State Of Texas, Report
"Yesterday, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported more than 597,000 confirmed cases across the state once again, Harris Dallas Tear it and bear counties consistently among those reporting the highest number of cases cases in Texas made up 10% of the nation's total case count. Right now, there are more than 4400 patients with covert 19 in Texas hospitals in more than 12,000 people have died in the state city of San Antonio announced 189 new cases of covert 19 in the area. Which brings the total to 45,811. Now they did confirm Metro healthy, confirmed 13 deaths, seven of which were reported by the state and investigated by MetroHealth. Those seven occurred between July 3rd in August 23rd in total. Metrohealth has confirmed 767 deaths. There are 412 Cove in 19 patients in local hospitals. That's down 2497 a sense of care that's down 532 on ventilators. That's down to Thursday report. Yesterday's report was the first time this city had fewer than 200 covert 19 patients in intensive care. In week since June.
Harris, Dallas among counties with highest coronavirus cases in Texas
"Yesterday, the Texas Department of State Health Services reported more than 597,000 confirmed cases across the state once again, Harris Dallas Tear it and bear counties consistently among those reporting the highest number of cases cases in Texas made up 10% of the nation's total case count. Right now, there are more than 4400 patients with covert 19 in Texas hospitals in more than 12,000 people have died in the state
Texas governor declares state of disaster in 23 counties ahead of storms
"Has declared an emergency and 23 counties in Texas as the state is being threatened by two tropical storm. This will help the state meet critical emergency protection requirements, including Evacuation and sheltering the 23 counties named in the declaration include counties along the coast and Bear County in San Antonio is San Antonio will be used for evacuees, The governor says the state guard is also mobilizing in preparation are rusting 860 personnel. Helicopters see one thirties high profile vehicles sheltering teams. Hurricane Marco's expected to make landfall in Louisiana near New Orleans but then move Northwest to move into East Texas. Over the next few days. Tropical Storm Laura is projected to intensify into a Category two, possibly even Category three hurricane and is now expected to make landfall near the Texas Louisiana border, bringing more than a foot of rain to some areas north of Houston and throughout East Texas Wednesday night into Thursday, And while the
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Holiday weekend Bear County Health officials reported a record high 2202 new cases of Cove in 19 yesterday and a statement on Social Media Mayor Ron Nierenberg blamed the spike in cases on gatherings over the Fourth of July weekend stating it's clear community didn't take the fourth of July as seriously as we'd hoped. There are currently 1199 Patients in the hospital with the virus and capacity is at 10%. MetroHealth announced six additional debts, bringing the toll up to 257. I'm Tanner Carlson NewsRadio 1200 W. O II. Governor Greg Abbott says U. S. Navy teams are in the Rio Grande Valley to battle the spread of the virus and his announcement Sunday, Abbot said. The Defense Department has sent five Navy teams to South and Southwest Texas. Starting yesterday, the U. S Navy acute care team began working and support of covert 19 prevention efforts in Harlingen, Other U S Navy rule. Rapid response teams are also deployed in Del Rio Eagle Pass and Rio Grande City, Navy, medical personnel and health support professionals make up the teams. This comes as a state reported more than 10,000 cases for five consecutive days. So far, nearly 4000 have died of covert 19 in Texas. Some teachers aren't happy with guidelines to reopen the schools of state. They took their frustrations to the streets of Austin on Saturday. The demonstration took place one day after the Texas Education Agency outlined what the school year will look like on campus learning can be limited during the 1st 4 weeks. But a district has to submit a board approved waiver request to the agency if they want four more weeks of limited in person learning alos is the latest retailer to tell shoppers toe wear a mask is a way to keep the Corona virus from spreading. But nearly six months into the pandemic, Americans are still divided on calls to mascot thing.
Global COVID-19 cases pass 10 million, deaths top half million
"The Numbers. Total Cases worldwide is at 10.5 1,000,000. With more than 514,000 deaths in the United States, 2.7 million total cases with more than 130,000 death and just yesterday in the United States. Over 46,000 new cases in 764 new deaths. Yeah, that's not good in the state of taxes also hit a new high with daily cases, nearly 7000 cases being reported. And Bear County in San Antonio. An increase of 1268 new Corona virus cases in Bear County. And the mayor last night in his update Brought up the hospitalizations. We also over in our hospitals continue to see her nearly a 10% jump in hospitalizations day over day. That means there were there were 620 additional hospitalization statewide Yesterday in San Antonio there, 966 people currently in the hospital with Corona virus. And there's 23% of beds available. We keep seeing that number drop stress level in hospitals is high. There's no
Many states continue to face record highs in coronavirus cases
"It was five months ago on January nineteenth the first case of covert nineteen was detected in the United States today the country has more than two million confirmed infections including record daily increases in some states Dr Richard Besser who used to run the centers for disease control and now leads the Robert wood Johnson foundation is here so where do we stand on this yeah you know I I think that we are in in a situation where many people are tired of hearing about the pandemic you're tired of having their lives disrupted by the pandemic and unfortunately we have something in the political there who are reinforcing that sense that this is over but you're here and it's it's really early days in this in this pandemic and your last week follow that road map that's being laid out by public health in terms of how you gradually get people hello in working and interacting socially it in safe ways if we don't follow that road map we're going to see places that are once again seeing their healthcare systems are well slides disrupted and people losing their lives bicycles been saved had people follow the guidance of public health is it the people in states with the pandemic did not initially hit as hard as it did say in New York or New Jersey not internalize the messaging or was the messaging flawed I I think there's a lot comes down to messaging and and the challenge that you faced during a public health crisis when the primary communicator is not the public health community one of the challenges I see with the the way the response was was orchestrated this pandemic was the entire nation was shut down and at the same time and so places that we're not seeing any disease were were were treated the same as places where the health care system is overwhelmed and that's never the approach public health give me the case these kinds of decisions and communicating them should be up to the centers for disease control and in this pandemic that has not been the case you know when when I when I ran emergency preparedness and response at CDC and and let the agency at the start of the swine flu pandemic the most important tool that that we had was our power to communicate and informs public a public that trusts the messenger is critical to success and when you when you have the political there in the public health layer I had aunts and the message being that public health is is a barrier to the economy coming back then then you're in a really dangerous situation because you then see some people following the advice for political reasons and some people not following your and these are not political choices the idea that people will practice different behaviors based on on politics is a dangerous situation you want the country unified Dr Richard Besser at the Robert wood Johnson foundation such unanimity that he references has not prevailed in states like Arizona and Florida which today reported record high numbers of single day cases parts of Texas have also reported their largest one day increases that includes bear county in the city of San Antonio where Ron Nirenberg is the mayor Mister mayor thanks for joining us let me clarify because we've had in three successive days three of our largest increases each day so the cases are increasing which we knew would happen once we are common and businesses and services started opening up further governors and we wanted to make sure we didn't see a corresponding increase in hospitals the severity in cages that's the alarming trend in addition to how fast the cases of accelerated people of let their guard down and I think that what I've said before about the pace at which the economy is opening Texas doesn't allow us the benefit of data to be affected incisions are being met are you worried then that San Antonio and similarly situated cities in Texas are behind the curve you know what I I remain focused on is ensuring that we have the route the the proper measures in place of time we're making the decisions open up out when the state took control of the opening plan we essential you essentially yielded our ability to stay in front of the Kerr because again they're opening faster than the data shows the actor efficacy of each decision so in that sense we are behind the curve in terms of the decision making process but what I will say is that the local communities the urban communities of practice I've been a very very aggressive and proactive the difficulty in our situation knows the state prevents us from mandating some of the best practices that includes wearing masks the governor prohibited cities from mandating masks but you've made a different decision how to arrive at it you know we had been courting again our orders protocols for businesses to follow when the Attorney General sent him a letter a couple of weeks ago and basically re interpreted the state's order that said we weren't allowed to do that anymore we had to adjust course but we've been recommending these thanks for a while now but what what we did our best we was rather than mandate our maps for individuals we use the the path that we had through the business protocols to mandate businesses import mask wearing as part of their safety
"bear county" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Of bear county in an idea that came out of bear county San Antonio we we have account the judges there like county commission chair people not really judges in a judicial sense we just call them back it's something we whether I'm the county judge down there Kelly said we're gonna make we're gonna make businesses require them so we're not making people wear masks were making businesses make people wear masks isn't that kind of a distinction without a difference he is on the minds of many many many Texas conservatives so you got that in the middle of of of all this back and forth there are people are saying more people wearing masks will have less transmission that's probably true the way I want to get people where morass is by me I don't know I gotta talk show telling people you know what you're gonna be in close proximity to somebody put on the stupid mask if you're going to be up in somebody's well first of all don't get up in somebody's girl but if you're a small store store once you went through the skin off your nose no pun intended now it did you have to if you're at home depot do you have to have your outside some vast nursery shopping for Bougainville's my thought would be low you may feel differently that's called your liberty your decision making anyway though as well how this all goes back to trump rally these are people who are choosing to go will they get up will they get a thermometer gone all the way in absolutely well many of them be wearing masks absolutely we'll be washing their hands like they all got OCD absolutely and will there be fifty thousand people outside doing the same thing and will the media pillory it and condemn it and market while they had nothing to say about those other gatherings of like the black lives matter protest the riots the it'd just whatever get if it's a gathering may like me you don't care this trump rally is going to be absolutely condemned so it which makes me love it even more so get ready mark Davison flare your calls next another thoughts as well stick around you're listening to the Larry elder show you've all probably heard of S. best does and you know that is dangerous you may also know exposure to asbestos is the only known cause of mesothelioma a deadly cancer people were exposed to asbestos was decades ago are being diagnosed to this day with mesothelioma that's because it can take as many as thirty or even fifty years to develop but did you also know there is.
"bear county" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So if a business said we'd like you to wear a mask you do it let's just call be a neighborly being kind being considerate business as we like your mask where mass government telling you you had to all hell no excuse me so now what if there's kind of a middle ground where government is not really going to tell individuals they have to wear masks but in an idea that came out of bear county an idea that came out of bear county San Antonio AB we have account the judges there like county commission chair people they're not really judges in a judicial sense we just call them back it's something we whether I'm the county judge down there Kelly said we're going to make we're gonna make businesses require them so we're not making people wear masks were making businesses make people wear masks it's kind of a distinction without a difference he was on the minds of many many many Texas conservatives so you got that a lot of of of all this back and forth there are people are saying more people wearing masks will have less transmission that's probably true the way I want to get people where more mask is by me I don't know I gotta talk show telling people you know what it's going to be in close proximity to somebody put on the stupid mask if you're going to be up in somebody's well first of all don't get up in somebody's girl but if you're a small store store once you where where the skin off your nose no pun intended now it did you have to if you're at home depot do you have your if you're outside of some vast nursery shopping for Bougainville's my thought would be you know you may feel differently that's called your liberty your decision making anyway though as well how this all goes back to trump rally these are people who are choosing to go will they get up will they get a thermometer gone all the way yeah absolutely well many of them be wearing masks absolutely we'll be washing their hands like they all got OCD absolutely and will there be fifty thousand people outside doing the same thing and will the media pillory it and condemn it and market while they had nothing to say about those other gatherings of late the black lives matter protest the riots the it'd just whatever get if it's a gathering they like me you don't care this trump rally is going.
George Floyd march in downtown Houston, San Antonio
"And it's ten Antonio continues to heal from Saturday night's unrest following a huge peaceful protest in honor of George George Floyd there Nierenberg says that dozens of people who gather downtown to clean up after the aftermath on Sunday show the exact same kind of spirit as the protest prior to the folks that were in those lines of people marching downtown on Sunday morning to clean up or almost the same kinds of scenes you could see when they were marching through the streets for just the same kinds of folks meantime protesters demonstrated peaceful fully in front of the bear county courthouse yesterday they were joined by a share of having our Salazar well victim George Floyd's family will be marching towards Houston city hall this afternoon as ongoing protests continue around the nation Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner said that they expect thousands of people to show up and law enforcement officials have been called in from all levels on the computer to left of this family the marches if it's not a city of Houston E. van but it is being organized by a local community
Drug companies reach $260 million settlement, averting first federal opioid trial
"In Ohio a trial involving several counties in the handful of opioid drug makers was support to start this morning however a last minute settlement offers stopped dead in its tracks I could have a huge impact on a similar suit brought about by bear county attorney TJ Mays says that the reason that they got the settlement offer was because those Ohio counties had set a trial date and bear county also has set a trial date while approaches that will be settlement offers but all of that is premature at this point we are completely focused on preparing for trial next year bottom line it's who's going to blink first bear county will be the first in the state of Texas to take the opioid drug makers to
Officials confirm two cases of severe lung disease associated with vaping in Bexar County
"That to cases of severe lung disease related to vaping have been confirmed in bear county the San Antonio metropolitan health district says the cases are the first in the area and add to the over four hundred fifty possible cases of lung illness linked to E. cigarettes
Bexar County Needle Exchange Program Set to Become First In Texas
"An eighty thousand dollar pilot program in their counties aimed at cutting down disease and getting drug users the help they need the county's opioid task force intends the program to provide addicts with clean needles in order to cut down on the transmission of HIV and hepatitis the program will also provide users with the opioid overdose antidote nor can along with information about treatment bear county has more babies born addicted to opioids than any other county in
Taxpayer money approved for needle exchange pilot program
"Bear county is planning to spend eighty thousand dollars on a pilot needle exchange program the county's opioid task force intends for the program to provide addicts with clean needles in order to cut down on the transmission of HIV and hepatitis the program also provide users with the opioid overdose drug along with information about treatment bear county has more babies born addicted to opioids than any other county in
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Bear county jail overnight and now they're county officials are expected to change the way you vote more coming up at seven W. away I news time six fifty two now traffic.
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Bear county but for the whole region but this will be that that also continue our commitment for all women and children services with the hospitals well a local workers filed an intervention in a lawsuit filed to stop the city's mandatory sick leave law so workers will have a voice with a lawsuit goes to court next week fifteen business organizations are suing to block the law from taking effect August first but Mary Washington a local home care provider says that would be at the expense of low paid mainly service industry workers she says fully three hundred and fifty thousand people throughout San Antonio would gain paid sick leave most of them for the first time under the city ordinance she says would stop workers from having to choose between a paycheck and taking care of their or their kids' health Megan dish of newsradio twelve hundred W. away on the north side I is D. is approved a budget that includes a four percent raises for newer teachers and support professionals and for three quarter percent for teachers with more than six years experience north side which is the largest school district in their county and the fourth largest in the state will receive forty two million in state money earmarked for teacher pay of thousands of federal prisoners will be tasting freedom deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen announcing a major isn't released today by the federal bureau of prisons as a result of the DOJ's compliance with the law signed by president trump last year nearly thirty one hundred inmates are being released from BOP custody due to the increase in good time credits applied to reduce their sentences under the first step back the law which received strong bipartisan support when it passed Congress last year among other things reduces mandatory minimum sentences in certain instances and offers resources for former inmates seeking employment once they're released breaking news on the hour at the half then anytime at W. O. A. I. dot com brought to you by a comfort air engineering I'm Kerry lucky on news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd I'm America's digital pro Kim commando I'm here to keep you up to date on everything digital all those gadgets and gizmos your online security or privacy so join me Sunday morning at.
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To eleven bear county in April of now that identified bear county sheriff havi are Salazar says the remains were identified as those of thirty nine year old. Norma pacheco. Well, we know her she's so. Alerts as we as we expected. But what we do not know is what happened to her. Officials believe her body had been at the location for a few weeks before being found or family identified her as transient and officials say no one had previously reported or missing anyone with information is urged to contact the bear county sheriff's department at twenty four year old man described as autistic was struck by a car last night while riding his bike, it happened on Bandera road is the bicycle is tried to cross the road against the light. That driver did stop it as not expected to face charges. The injured man was wearing a helmet and was taken to the hospital in stable condition. Dallas police say they have a suspect in custody for the murder of a transgender woman and two other people Thirty-three-year-old kindle Lyles at been arrested in connection with two other murders. When police realized he might be connected to the murder of Malaysia Booker during the course of investigating these cases detectives recognized that arrested Lyles drove the same type of car. That is believed to have picked up Malaysia Booker on may eighteenth twenty nineteen Dallas police detectives, or then able to tie cellphone records, showing he was in the area at the time of the murder. Police say Lyles is also a person of interest in the murder of another transgender woman. A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy who was shot in the head on Monday has died fifty year old Joseph Zelano had been in grave condition since police say a Utah man shot him in the head for no reason. Police say retina Elson is accused of opening fire on downtown Los Angeles street and again inside in Alhambra, Jack in the box those shootings left. Two dead. Nelson was apprehended Tuesday in Long Beach and an interview with ABC news. President Trump said he would be open to listening to information from a foreign country that could damage his opponent in the next election. Just put yourself in a position year, congressman somebody comes.
New Report on Status of SA Women Show Some Gains Amid Troubling Violence Trends
"Major discrepancies in the report on the status of women in San Antonio. Some of these facts and figures reported in the twentieth. Nineteen report on the status of women in San Antonio really scary, especially when it comes to the issue of violence and safety women and bear county have by far the highest level of violent death by homicide of any county in Texas. As a matter of fact, our murder rate of women in bear county, one point eight per one hundred thousand that compares two point five per one hundred thousand up the road in Travis county, or more than three times, higher than Travis county and also three times, higher than Dallas county. Very, very scary statistics, San Antonio, has the highest rape rate by far of any major county in Texas, seventy five per one hundred thousand in Houston is only thirty five per one hundred thousand. Domestic violence and issue in the current race for mayor a real serious problem. The number of women murdered by mail intimate partners in bear county has been steadily increasing, and it is tripled since twenty twelve I mean, just think about that. That is just a terrifying statistic research shows violence against women is directly related to levels of gender inequality in a society and also violence affects affects women and many other ways living in fear damage to self esteem damage to their ability to grow to reach out to become entrepreneurs to all in their own businesses to invest in their lives. All of that is affected by violence against women others. They studied deaths from despair, which is a kind of an interesting catchphrase. It's used a lot these days. Women in bear county death rates per one hundred thousand by suicide whereabout average among the major counties in Texas among women. Drug induced were actually lower alcohol accidental drug overdose for lower alcohol. Induced were about average desk by chronic liver disease and psoriasis, significantly higher, in bear county than across the country. And that is just simply having a bad diet and also drinking being irresponsible than in diet and taking care of yourself. Women sixteen to twenty four years old in the San Antonio area. This is interesting. This is a positive are far less likely to be high school dropouts than males are, so at least a young girls are finishing high school. But when they go on to college, they're not majoring in the most lucrative fields twelve percent of women earn their degree in a stem field. Science technology, engineering or math in two thousand seventeen compared with thirty percent of women, and that's where the high paying jobs are obviously, we've talked a lot about the earnings gap the median. Earnings both men and women rise with the level of education, but at each educational level, meanings of men are higher than women in bear county among the most educated workers women make seventy two cents for every dollar that an educated man makes though area that we're saying the best progress is in city government. There is a push for what is called equity in city, boards and commissions. And we're getting there, there are several boards and commissions that are majority women, but there's still a lot that are one hundred percent man. We also have the lowest percentage of women on city council thirty percent of any major city in the country. As the report said, we need women's voices and shaping laws and policies, so they better reflect women's interests, and needs not to mention the fact that women are fifty three percent of the voters in bear county. So there's a long ways to go. I gotta tell you. This is not a positive study by any means we can expect a lot out of city hall in the coming year by whoever is elected mayor. To try to deal with some of these scary disparities, especially when it comes to crime and domestic violence in this
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Bear county jail inmates. Death has prompted new discussion of alternatives to cash bail, Charlie. This is becoming a serious issue. And it's being taken out. Both by share of are and district attorney Joe solace. A sixty three year old man check you'll was found that non responsive in his cell yesterday. He died at a downtown hospital. No indication of foul play the he had ongoing health issues, but who will a bit in the jail since April fourth when he was arrested for simple trespassing at he was unable to post the fifty dollar portion of his five hundred dollar bond. He would have needed to post to get out of jail. It doesn't say to the police report. But putting together I assume he was homeless because simple trespassing is usually what homeless people are arrested for and the fact that he couldn't come up with fifty bucks to get out of jail. It's estimated Charlie this many as two thirds of inmates in urban Texas county jails have. Never been convicted of a single crime remember innocent until proven guilty. That's in that constitution thing. But the reason they're held is because they can't afford to post cash bail to get out and sheriff Salazar points out that a lot of cases is estimated a cost between two hundred and four hundred dollars a day to keep an inmate INA county jail when you figure in the cost of the guards and so forth. So the tax payers would a bit ahead. Posting the guys bail it would have been cheaper for the taxpayers paying all that money to keep him in jail for the last fifteen days until he died. Also, there's there's evidence that mental illness may have played a factor in this as well. So this is led to a situation where we're looking seriously. The legislature is too as well as the court's looking at alternatives for cash bail as as ficials will say jail is for people were afraid of not for individuals for homeless guys who've been arrested for trespassing and just simply can't pay their bail. We had a woman who died in the bear county jail. Last year who had been there for a year and a half essentially on the same kind of charge. And for the same reason, she couldn't post her bail, the alternatives being discussed are things like subset of GPS tracking device giving judges more leeway to consider whether or not the person is likely to show up for trial. That's all bail is supposed to it's supposed to be assuredly to guarantee that when the hearings are held in the trial is held you'll be there. You're not going to skip bail. My guess is this fella did not have a passport by guesses peop-? I didn't even have a car. So a judge would have determined that. Chances are real good that they able to find him at the haven for hope or wherever he lived and be able to bring him in for a hearing, and the taxpayers wouldn't be out hundreds of thousands of dollars holding this guy jail. Not to mention the medical bills that were rung up when he suffered his medical condition that led to his death. This is a serious situation for a number of reasons. Urban county jails are overcrowded taxpayers are being overburdened by the cost of. Housing people who probably should not be in jail, and we have individuals like this guy, who's constitutional rights are being completely abrogated because he's losing his liberty. Having never been convicted of anything and. We've we've finally reached a tipping point where I think people are are aware of the fact that something else needs to be done the cash bail system, so often let's down the the law and also lets down the people who suffer from the crime of being poor and can't post the bail at the end up causing in jail, sometimes for months or years. So they're working on it. The legislature the courts, and hopefully they'll come up with an issue because the current situation is not sustainable. All right, Jim. Thanks very much. News director, Jim Forsyth morning..
"bear county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And now that list is down as a couple of days ago down to eleven thousand they feel that that list will shrink down even more Whitley stressed. The list was never an attempt to disenfranchise Latino voters who largely vote democrat says his office knew nothing about the ethnicity of the people on the list. A fifteen year employee of the bear county sheriff's department was arrested today on charges. Is of aggravated sexual assault of a child a major felony. That carries a minimum sentence of twenty five years in prison and the charge implies forty four year old Jose Linus raped a child under the age of fourteen is also charged with indecency with a child charges that date back a decade or more sheriff or Salazar's is Linus placed on unpaid leave, and we'll be fired. He's held on bonds, totaling one hundred fifty thousand dollars of the bear county sheriff has opened up safe exchange zones at two substations. They can be used by the public twenty four seven for any activity, but are designated for either paying for items purchased online or the custodial exchange of children. Both activities can lead to violence zones are well lit and under twenty four hour. Video surveillance at the sheriff's substation and converse. Andy west substation on canyon road. All the full Senate is set to vote on the confirmation of William bars nomination as attorney general bar was approved today by the Republican legendary committee with a vote of twelve to ten. South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham called bar great choice. Democrats raise concerns about bars. Noncommittal answer is on releasing the eventual findings special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation and Delta Airlines has removing napkins from their planes after passengers were creeped out by them on one side the diet coke drink napkins future. The words because you're on a plane full of interesting people in hey, you never know on the other side and instructed passengers to be a little old school right down your number and give it to your plane, crush and included spaces for the person's name and number breaking.
Judge lets church shooting victims sue gun retailer
"Lawsuit against academy, sports and outdoors over the deadly attack. At the Sutherland springs church will be able to move forward. Bear county district court judge rejected a request by the sporting goods giant two toss. The case to victims from the two thousand seventeen shooting at First Baptist Church. Sutherland's springs suit academy saying they were liable for selling a weapon in thirty round magazine. David Patrick Kelly over a year before the attack. They also argue the sale should not have gone through because Colorado has a ban on. Thirty round magazines. Kelly showed a Colorado ID when he bought the items in Texas. Over two dozen people were killed twenty others wounded in that
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"Bear county state district. Judge Karen, positively allowed a lawsuit against academy sports and outdoors to go forward. The gun used in the massacre was purchased at an academy in San Antonio. And the relatives claimed it was sold to the gunman illegally. He presented a Colorado idea, and that type of gun is outlawed in the state of Colorado. The judge ruled that the twenty five million dollar case can go to trial law enforcement. Officers are beginning a procession to community bible church right now to honor Chucky the bear county canine who was killed by a violent suspect. Ten days ago. The procession will head up to eighty one to loop sixteen o four arriving at the church around nine thirty all the Super Bowl is over. But there's more football ahead. The San Antonio commanders opened the inaugural season of the alliance of American football Saturday night at the Alamo dome against the San Diego fleet on CBS commanders GM, moose Johnson says he's involved in the new league for a very specific reason. To me. Small heart in helping young man. Get another shot back in the NFL because the apple feature. No TV timeouts. No kickoffs. No onside kicks and when team score a touchdown. They will have to go for to the democrat. Governor of Virginia is feeling the heat after two racists, photographs were discovered on his medical school yearbook page picture of two people one in black face and one in a K K KKK uniform has Democrats including Virginia's two senators calling on routh Norton to resign after I acknowledging the photo governor north reverse course, telling reporters in Richmond by I'm not either of the people in that photo. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe says he believes north will resign. Ralph will do the right thing for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He will put Virginia. I Washington Post reports north and called a meeting with senior staff last night. But he is not made a decision about stepping down quick. Check of your money on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down sixty..
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"On NewsRadio twelve hundred. Friday night. High speed chase gaming in Karnes county. Going from there to thirty seven to two eighty one or two one eighty one to thirty seven to two eighty one the sixteen. Oh, four bear county sheriff's office identified. The man is Matthew Reyes Morales. He's been charged in the shooting death of a bear county sheriff's offers canine unit then following that chase. He had been charged. He has now been charged with multiple felonies, including interference with a police service animal now dead attempted capital murder of a police officer as when he was driving. He was firing shots at the police officers who were in pursuit aggravated assault on a public servant and a fading arrest detention with a vehicle. Bill Guiney buddy see that when it happened. No. I did they cut into sports on channel twelve Friday night because of the chase and pretty much stayed there. That was so that's probably around ten twenty or so and stayed with it until its conclusion, which was that a battle eleven o five somewhere in there. It was it was quite a ways. Here's what I saw. I didn't see from Karns city to one eighty one one thousand nine hundred thirty seven thirty seven to eighty one to eighty one to sixteen o four. With the helicopter when I came upon. It was that about he's out by SeaWorld in that area on sixteen. Oh, four doing about eighty five miles an hour. Any started to slow down came to a complete? Stop got out of the truck. After he got out of the truck. He reached back into the truck and remove something at the time. We did not know turn out later to be. We find out later was an ipad. And a gun. He then after reaching back into the truck and taking out those items put the truck in reverse. There were three police officers who had all sixteen. Oh, four covered behind him pursuing him at this point. And a very very slow speed. Because he's now out of the truck the truck when he put it in reverse then backs down sixteen. Oh four and then collides with one of the police cars, he must have walked in the next. He he did nothing, but walk Facebook or allegedly Facebook. I haven't seen that part of the story. But it looked like that's what he was doing and waving the gun sometimes that the police officers sometimes at the overhead helicopter sometimes that himself at apparently at a passer by. And just walked must've been. I don't know how much he walked. But he walked for like good, thirty minutes. Then all of a sudden he walks off the side of the road. And that's when you see a dog burst out all of a sudden. And that was the bear county sheriff's office canine named Chuckie. You see him go down. And then you can't really you couldn't really tell a lot that was going on at that point. In hindsight. We know now or not in hindsight reports in a press conference from sheriff Salazar that what happened was is that they released Chucky and Chucky got a on him he shot and killed Chucky as soon as Morales shot the canine police officers Dan opened fire on him and shot him multiple times in his lower extremities. The after giving him trying to get him under control then transported him to a hospital. Apparently, that's where he still is an east facing all of those charges. Which brings up the big question, which opposed to you next. A lot of anger over the war on police following the deadly drug raid that left four Houston. Police officers with gunshot wounds on Monday, Airbnb wants to expand its presence in San Antonio. And it always gets cold in January in the mid west. But the cold weather coming over the next couple of days, maybe the coldest ever also coming up at eight thirty a potential breakthrough in the detection of the Zeka virus made by researchers at Texas Biomed w away. I news time eight twenty three now, traffic and weather together from amazing exterior siding windows doors in more traffic center, you're already in the downtown area. Just south of it actually, westbound I ten of floors latest tax thing coming in its stack stacking traffic back to Roosevelt minor accident. But it's a lot of rubbernecking that's slowing drivers down. Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w this report is brought to you by compassion international..
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"Bear county sheriff is checking on the report of a northwest side murder. The latest at noon on NewsRadio twelve hundred w I. My friends. Rush limbaugh. And some of the. Let me get to the phones. Paula in Salem, Missouri. Welcome great to have you here. How are you doing? I'm doing. Well. Thank you. Rush lobby. Appreciate your program so much for many many years. I guess I'm calling to ask for maybe clarification of your opinion of what you believe the conventional wisdom that you were talking about last hour, the that would do you believe that the president will lose in the court if he goes the national emergency root? No, I was not even at an all of that. I was not telling you what I think about anything. I was telling you what the media has established along with their house and the democrat party has the conventional wisdom, and if you you can find out herder spreading through by reading various, blogs, I picked this up on a couple of blogs. So when you find bloggers reporting what they think is going to happen. You can Bank on the fact that somebody's feeding them this. And what is being fed is and his has to be coming from. Democrats through the drive by media, then it spreads from there that eventually this is going to end with Trump caving. In other words, there is going to be a Bill signed that spends money that reopens the government that won't not have a penny in it. From the wall or border security that Trump will then declare or maybe before this all happened. But it'll happen very near to each other chronologically that Trump will declare the national emergency and say he's going to start building the wall with money from various places in the federal budget at which point the Democrats will go find a judge they'll find a court, and they will sue to stop Trump's declaration of an emergency on the grounds that he doesn't have the constitutional power to do it that they will find a judge agree with them because they found the judge in every single instance the travel ban the revised travel ban. Anything Trump has done. The Democrats have gone and found some commie left-wing judge to shut him down. And they think that what's going to happen. Here is exactly what I just said. There will not be a penny from the congress. For the wall. Trump will then declare emergency and declare victory. He said that he will win. And he's they say he's setting the stage for it already by saying, it's very likely he's going to be declaring a national emerge. The point they're making is that Pelosi and Schumer are gonna win. They're not gonna cave in Trump's gonna have no choice. He will not get negotiated deal. He will not be able to show that he can negotiate with the Chuck and Nancy no art of the deal claim for him. They all shut him down and shut him out. So he'll declared emergency he'll he'll claim victory at that point. Claiming that he's going to do what? Chuck and Nancy don't want him to do. And then they're going to go. Get a judge to shut it all down. That's not me. I none of this is me. I'm telling you, what is being spread around by obvious, Democrats and and friends in the media as predictions for how this is all going to end. Well, I I think it could go that way except that. I see it as a win for him. That's just how I see it. I guess they see it as a false victory or because Nancy and Chuck held the line. That's a victory for them. But as long as we get that wall. I honestly think the president wins. I in no way. Interpret that another way in this scenario. He doesn't get the wall because his declaration of emergency is declared unconstitutional, and therefore the money is not permitted to be spent by judge the Democrats go find, and that will require Trump and his team to then challenge that judge in the appellate system, which would then as did the travel ban. Go all the way to the supreme court if the supreme court decides to hear it the point is it would delay any work on the wall for months. I agree. It would I also think that this. I think this scenario is is very possible. I really do. But I don't believe I read curly's piece yesterday or day before quickly. And I think that he's right that the president will win. Will get not only does he have the right to declare the national Amer that await. Okay. Look, I'm sorry. I gotta take a break. I just don't.
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"Hundred w yesterday bear county broke the record for early voting in a midterm election. And there are three days of early voting laugh just under thirty one thousand people cast ballots, Tuesday, pushing the total to over two hundred and fifty thousand that means nearly twenty five percent of all registered voters and bear county have already cast ballots. The special counsel office is investigating claims that women are being offered money to make false accusations against Robert Muller Muller's team is investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, including any alleged collusion with the Trump campaign. It's also looking into allegations of obstruction of Justice by the Trump administration women are claiming they were offered up to twenty thousand dollars to make false claims against molar GPS is urging people to be safe while they're out celebrating Halloween that includes drivers slowing down for trick or treaters and to be prepared for kids to dart out into the street. And here's a chilling statistic. Children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car. And killed on Halloween than any other day of the year. And not all costumes are a good idea. Three time Olympic gold medalist Shaun white is in damage control mode after wearing what the special Olympic says as an offensive Halloween costume. Why posted a picture of himself dressed as simple Jack a character who has a disability from the two thousand eight film tropic thunder. He called the decision to wear the costume a poor choice. Adding he owes everyone in the Special Olympics community an apology white also call the costume a last minute decision all the hiring rushes on at retailers here. Steve Podesta from Bloomberg. With today's in focus report the help wanted sign is going up at retailers across the country as stores prepare for what is expected to be a strong holiday shopping season. But the same strong economy, encouraging shoppers to spend could make a tough for retailers to recruit enough good workers and have the effect of discouraging shoppers if you are not able to find enough talent or the right talent that can really be a drag not only on your brick and mortar business, but on your ability to go to Amazon. Bloomberg columnist, Sarah halzack cases, the store workforce. Now is the online workforce I chain like Kohl's. They fulfil forty percent of their online orders from source to attract.
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"Early voting in bear county is sitting on kinds of records you got out and cast ballot. Last midterm, eighty two thousand people voted early in San Antonio this year they've seen well over two hundred thousand voters today bear county elections coordinator, Jackie Kelman says they expect to break the two hundred fifty thousand barrier really really double triple. We'll see how high can go and the smart voters. She says waited until today last week lines are more than one hour long at many spots today. She says even the most popular one sets in and out, and she warns Friday will likely be their busiest day, Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred wwl way. I President Trump says the migrant caravan contains quote, many gang members in some quotes, very bad people. He says the US military will be waiting for them all ears. Those in the Central American caravan to quote, please go back home. It's still several hundred miles away from the US border with Mexico at seventy five hundred partic-. Have been recorded to date. I'll see Sarah's been busy making lots of appearances on several different TV shows. But many are wondering if this is singling out a twenty twenty presidential run for Hillary Clinton. He ran a two thousand eight and in two thousand sixteen will Hillary Clinton try again in twenty twenty. She was asked about that over the weekend by care Swisher at ninety second street. Why do you want to run again? No. Was a pause. Why? Well, I'd like to be president. Okay. Clinton said she would not consider a third presidential campaign until after the midterm elections. Earlier this month, a longtime Clinton advisor told Fox News. The odds of the former first lady running are probably in the Powerball range. Those two most recent a crime suspects will be in separate federal courtrooms this afternoon. The accused synagogue mass shooter out of the hospital and faces a Pittsburgh judge while the letter bomb suspect appears in court in Miami. He's of course of sending those pipe on to several high profile, Democrats and liberals President Trump pointing the finger at news media for what he's describing as quote, a great anger in the US. He tweeted this morning that there is great anger in our country. It's caused in part by inaccurate and even fraudulent reporting of the news the fake news media. The true enemy of the people must stop the open and obvious hostility. And report news a little.
Chris FitzGerald, Jamie and Wisconsin discussed on The Frankie Boyer Show
"Details. Authorities in Wisconsin are still searching for a missing thirteen year old girl. Jamie clause has been missing. Since Monday went police found her parents dead at their home bearing county sheriff, Chris FitzGerald, walk your
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"Early legal victory for the city and the battle over a now removed confederate monuments the United daughters of the confederacy are suing the city saying their due process rights are violated when that confederate monument was toppled today. Lawyers tried to get the city's expert on art preservation thrown off the case. But the judge allowed it the daughters. Also, tried to get an expert on municipal government thrown out. And a judge seemed to agree last year. The city council voted ten to one to remove that you met from Travis park, Michael board, NewsRadio twelve hundred w the bear county sheriff is tightening up the requirements for detention officers in light of the arrest of Twenty-one department employees this year on various charges from now on nobody who's been arrested for DWI family violence, or theft will even be considered for work as jail guards. The bear county. Civil service commission has approved those new restrictions CPS energy and songs are both owned by the city and our both utility. So why can't they work closer together to save money for repairs? The mayor today chair the first joint meeting of the two utilities in seven years. Saw COO's Steve Klaus cited one example, and he's a SaaS buys lots of land around wastewater treatment plants because they frequently smell that's all nicely manicured fields and the cost a lot of money to maintain those buffer zones around the plant, so we worked with CPS energy to say does it make sense to put a solar farm at utilities are not talking about merging. But they say they need to explore all opportunities to work together in the future, Florida. Governor Scott's calling hurricane Michael monstrous in its effects will be starting to be felt in just a few hours. And the governor said all tolls have been waived in the wake of the storm to ensure people can't evacuate is urging people to leave as soon as possible as a storm approaches there will also be significant threats of tornadoes, and the Florida panhandle is now expected to see winds of one hundred ten miles per hour or more and could be seen up to a foot of rain US United Nations ambassador. Nikki Haley plans to exit at the end of this year, very special to me. She's done an incredible job..
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"Ten eighty KRLD an off-duty bear Kenny sheriff's deputy was fired Saturday after being arrested on a DWI charge. Diana Barrera, a twelve year veteran was pulled over at about two o'clock on Saturday morning and charged with one count, driving intoxicated. She'd been unpaid administrative leave since last month for an unrelated incident bear Kenny sheriff, heavier Salazar swiftly fired Barreira after learning for rest Barreiras the twentieth. Bear county sheriff deputy to be arrested just this year after another deputy was fired earlier this month after he allegedly crashed into an eighteen Wheeler. While intoxicated Salazar told the San Antonio Express News that the reason for the high number of arrests administration's aggressive stance in rooting out so called bad apples in Laredo, a service agent service excuse me, withheld for the fourth of four women allegedly killed by a border patrol agent about one hundred fifty people gathered Saturday at a Catholic church for the funeral of thirty five. Casilda Alicia Ken to one of the four women who say were killed by border patrol. Supervisor one David Ortiz who was described as a serial killer. Cantu was a mother of four the funerals for two other victims were held Friday and a service for the other victim was held earlier. Ortiz was arrested on September. Fifteen and remains jailed on several charges, including four counts of murder. David Berle, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD in Friday nights. Torrential rains prompted numerous water rescues one happened Saturday morning around six fifty four AM in the eighty four hundred block of fireside drive. Dallas fire rescue was called the scene after a woman's car became disabled after driving into high water from prairie creek in Dallas after it swelled over the road before Deif ours. Arrival by police officers attempted to help this woman, but became trapped themselves multiple rescue units, assisted including two boats and swiftwater rescue team who are able to say both the officers in the woman trapped in her vehicle and the same area nine people were rescued from a home in which the entire. I floor was underwater. One person was inside the home and was hospitalized for non injury related issue..
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"Well, but they're like rough now. But three years ago might have been a great time for whoever was dating Caitlin as of today, she's still in custody at the bear county jail and the babies with CPS the internet. Lexi Navarro, one of our correspondent said something really interesting to say about this. I don't know if he gets remember this summer when babies were dying in hot cars that people this summer or every every summer. Lexi Davar says this lady can do this and take her kids while other people forget their kids in the backseat of cars. Well, she makes also another good point of like she could've just left on foot without the baby because that baby slow down. Like she looks like she's about ninety pounds the carrier with the babies, twenty. I mean, she's really half in that thing along. She could have left the Cal. It's light as a feather when you're hopped up on meth, Mark. She's carrying over. I don't think she's doing math in a in a Mercedes SUV though. It's not like a really messy car. What when you're behind on your payments? Yeah, I guess you're, I guess you're, you know, she's doing math, right? Yeah, take it back. Probably you're probably. In a forerunner for sure met. All right. Let's move on going to Meghan McCain's heartfelt eulogy for her father quote, we gather here to mourn the passing of American greatness. The real thing not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice. He gave so willingly nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who live lives of comfort and privilege. While he suffered in served the America, John McCain has no need to be made great again, because America was always great. This is of course deliver during her father's eulogy at the National Cathedral, the appropriate placement. Thank God Piscopo church. Yeah. I mean, how do you guys feel about that? I think it's ridiculous. Why should taking shots at Trump instead of just being like, love my dad, its all-time potshot. Yeah, man, it is. I mean, I'm not sure we have the. We have the highest homicide rates of all developed countries. By far our prison population is pretty high too. Actually, it's the fucking highest. Per capita of any nation. Our courts are insanely racist just fucking face the facts and so far cops have killed over one thousand civilians sedate this year. I would not exactly call this country quote, great number for you jump down my throat. That does not mean I do not love America. I love my internet porn my store up the street that sells me snacks and bureau all day long. I love my freedom. I love my Harley that you've written twice. Well, patches, bidder. I wouldn't let them borrow it based on. But we have a long way to go to be great upgrade from the Mazda. Yeah. Yeah. Broken headlight Naw sure. Here's my early, but we have a long way to go to be great and I do not consider us. Great. Just by default, would you say that little yadi is great when only compared to little Zan or little pump? Floozy Vert. No, you still sucks. He's still mediocre preach. Yeah, I gotta be honest like little Yati. Yeah. Yes..
Sasha Baron Cohen, Moore and Tim Merryman discussed on Charlie Parker
"Go live August I Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w Sasha baron Cohen took game with his controversy confrontational comedy at former Alabama, judge ROY Moore Cohen went after more in. An interview on the British. Comedians who is America's series on Showtime last night Cohen was posing as an Israeli anti-terrorism expert demonstrating what he said was technology that detects sex offenders they've developed a machine. That is used in schools and playgrounds to detect anyone coming in and if they detect the pedophile the one day law enforcement. And the schools within a mile ideals Cohen wave what, looked like a metal detector wand over For more and it beeps, several times that's when Moore, got up walked off the set the seventy one year-old more lost especially US Senate election last December after several women accused him of sexual misconduct when they were teens and he was in his thirty s of the city. Is preparing to ask thousands of residents of north and southwest bear county if they would. Like to start paying city property taxes will have more coming up at five thirty w away I, news, time. Five twenty two now traffic and weather together Traffic out there but no problems we'll certainly take it if you are in on I ten coming in from fair oaks ranch straight shot down past he'd. Ner same store if you're northbound thirty-five coming in from the far southwest side from say Somerset all the way. Up past the ninety interchange Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w Your Weather, Channel three day. Forecasts hot hot hot triple digits today and near triple digits Tuesday and Wednesday they say a forty percent chance of. Morning thunderstorms tomorrow morning lows are going to be in the mid to upper seventies that's where, we are right now seventy eight degrees at NewsRadio, twelve, hundred w., o. a. I Little eagles for you San Antonio's first news crystal in for, the vacationing in. Anniversary celebrating Tim Merryman do.
Trump to discuss election security at today's meeting
"Well the deadline to, reunite illegal immigrant parents and kids. As pass but the work is not over for the social service agencies involved in the process at Catholic charities and San Antonio about one. Hundred twelve migrant families have been reunited that deadline now past and Christina, hick says and they're still working something that we're just gonna Bandon because there's not any because there is one and it's. Gonna continue he's confident that even after, this deadline there will be families that will need to. Be reunited task says they're becoming experts in as for the politics. Of separation it's not something they. Can control, she says so the focus still on feeding, the needy Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w a solemn ceremony today as North Korea returned the remains of fifty five US servicemembers killed in the Korean war base in, South Korea US servicemembers in. A minute Triana God lining up to receive the. Remains Delivered by US f.. O.'s played returning from a rare visit to North, Korea fifty five cases draped in the flag of the UN with carried from the jet into vans President Trump tweeted this morning thank you Kim, Jong UN this is the, first tangible result of that summit. Between Trump and Kim in June bear county deputies say a private apartment complex security guard shot a man early today after he was making. A disturbance near the pool area deputies were called to the thirty oaks, apartments on cool labor road near tap ties school around midnight when they arrived they found the victim bleeding from gunshot wounds. He was rushed to the hospital but, was dead on arrival deputies said the guard I tried. To pepper spray the man but when that did not work he. Resorted to lethal force a man. Is in, custody following a wild Shays of one Eighty-one, from floors Ville all the way to San Antonio a floresville officer tried to pull over the driver but he sped away and was racing at speeds of more than, one hundred miles an hour. Up one Eighty-one onto thirty seven to south These military where he jumped out of the truck and try to make. A run for it but did not make it if it'll say he had all sorts of. Reasons not to want to. Be caught, he. Was in. Possession of drugs and guns is a wanted felon and the pickup he was in, was stolen amid, indications that Russian intelligence has begun attempts to hack into at least one two thousand eighteen campaign computer President Trump today we'll. Discuss election security meeting with national security officials comes after President Trump appeared to, question US intelligence officials. At his summit, with Russian President Vladimir Putin he later said. He misspoke and that he accepts, the intelligence communities findings that Russia, meddled in the. Two thousand sixteen election last week director, of national intelligence Dan Coats worn, Russia's still trying to undermine. US democracy a deadly wildfire that blew up last night is moving on the, northern California city of reading the twenty. Nine thousand acre car fire killed a bulldozer operator, who was working to create a firebreak three firefighters were injured fighting the blaze the fire jumped the Sacramento river and moved toward the city It's. Home to ninety two thousand people the San Antonio World Affairs Council heard that the nation's immigration, problem is far different than either political party leads us to believe first of all my Grayson policy institute director. Dr Andrew Sealy told the council Mexico is on our side with the legal immigration coming more from Central America. China and India than Mexico so so a lot of Mexicans leaving but much you know it's a tenth of the. Number of Mexicans that that left ten or fifteen years ago says in reality illegal immigration is down to its lowest level since the seventies in the new. Immigrants today are far more likely to have a college degree than native born Americans carry Laki News Radio twelve hundred w. o. a. I the good economic, news that analysts and President Trump had forecast has arrived. The initial estimate from the Commerce Department for the second quarter shows GDP growth at an annualized rate of four point one percent that is the fastest growth in four years in a big jump from the two point two percent growth. The economy registered during the first three months of this year The downtown scooter wars are heating up a Silicon Valley, based company called lime scooters today ablaze Dhaka's scooters downtown currently scooters in use downtown operated by LA company called bird lime will also work on the same. Idea grab scooter when, you, want one drive it wherever you, want then leave it the city next week will take the first step. Toward regulating the booming scooter business all the audio from the nine one one call made as a result of the. Apparent drug overdose of pop star Demi Levato suggests her friends didn't want to create a seen as, a result of. The medical emergency.
San Antonio, Joy Palacios and Dr Larry Nassar Nassar discussed on NPR News Now
"A behind the scenes look as well at how the trump camp was worried about the fallout from the meeting once news of it broke in the summer of two thousand seventeen ryan lucas npr news washington the president's nominee for cia director's close to being confirmed by the us senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says gina hassle is the ideal choice to head the spy agency at this time the right woman at the right time or nomination has support from national security leaders and senators in both parties there's no reason why her confirmation should be delayed and i look forward to advancing it expeditiously following the committee's action has recently told congress at she would not restart the harsh interrogation tactics for which the cia came under fire after nine eleven last week she said she does not believe torture works her critics are sceptical about her accusing hassle of telling the panel whatever it wants to hear in order to secure a confirmation this is npr news the trump administration is considering using military bases to house immigrant children who are picked up at the us border alone or after they're separated from their parents by the us government the department of health and human services overseas roughly hundred shelters in fourteen states for children caught trying to cross into the us illegally michigan state university is agreeing to a five hundred million dollar settlement with more than three hundred women and girls who were sexually abused by former msu and olympic sports dr larry nassar nassar has been sentenced to a time life behind bars a day after facing legal action from multiple states opioid manufacturers face one more lawsuit this one's from a county in texas joy palacios of texas public radio says bear county which includes san antonio is suing several companies in response to hundreds of deaths from misuse of the drugs belong suit claims damages from nearly twice.