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"brazoria" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Though who was saying something like okay, it will be in Texas for a few more hours, And then it's Louisiana's problem. And I thought, Oh, God, that's the worst way to frame it. They have enough problems already. Well, right? Yeah, not only Hurricane Ida from a couple of weeks ago, but there's still cleaning up the mess from a year and a half ago. Laura and Delta. Those storms that came ashore during the last hurricane season. They cost a lot of damage in that still is being repaired. Now. Here comes this other storm to drench things to, you know to to damage roofs again. So that's a they can't really get a break there in that part, Louisiana, Okay when it comes to actually Houston, though, and the preparation I mean, if we learned anything from Hurricane Katrina, it was to prepare early and often when you know that these things are heading your way and not waiting. So they hit and then Call in for federal aid three or four days later or whatever the case was, But So how? How was the preparation this time around? Well, I mean, the emergency declarations were issued even before the storm struck, and here in Texas and Louisiana to get resources on the ground and people ready to go. There was no mandatory evacuation order. The governor did not order one for taxes, so people stayed put their own Galveston and On Matagorda Peninsula. So, yeah, I think the preparation they did have some time a little bit of time in advance. But this one did boil up pretty fast and then they clicked on over into hurricane status very quickly overnight, so Yeah, And at this point now around Houston, they're dealing with massive power outages about 110,000 and Houston itself down in Brazoria County to the south of there, close to where the storm came ashore 110,000 homes and businesses without electricity, so you can kind of watch the outage map as the storm moves along, neck, knocking out electricity. All right. Well, we will definitely keep an eye on that total sidebar question here because this conversation came up between handle and me and Wayne yesterday we started talking about handle said. At what point Do you leave places like Louisiana or Houston or something like that? Where you get these tropical storms and hurricanes all the time, and you end up with the flooding and power outages and the you know, loss of land and your homes are damaged all the time. And I brought up. I said, I bet they think the same thing of us though. How could you deal with those earthquakes? Those massive earthquakes.

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"Com 713869. Rent. Operation Storm Watch continues. 24 7 on Houston's official Severe weather station NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh 6 19 is a time we're going to talk to Matt Sebesta Brazoria County Judge coming up here in just a couple of minutes before we do, though, let's check in again with sky Mike. Yes, sir. See how that Dr looks? Oh, I see the clock. Let's just do the major freeway problem right now. North Freeway Inbound 1960. It's a record two left lines. This is South Bong now, since we've got such a crazy situation. This morning. We don't have a big pack up. So watch out southbound heading down from Cyprus Wood I'm sky Mike, the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh top tax defenders 24 our Weather Center time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith at the Weather Channel. The storm continue continues its march towards the East and not that we wish anything about her friends in Louisiana because they've had a rough year. This year so far, Terry Smith, but it looks like we've dodged the worst of it. Yeah, The good thing is it is moving. That's beneficial for us, and unfortunately it is moving in the direction of Louisiana. So that means all this rain. Is moving into that part of the country. We're still dealing with some rain around here. Uh, showers and thunderstorms. Continued generally like to moderate rain through the area. The heavier thunderstorms have worked their way over toward Belmont, Lafayette. Uh, Beaumont. I should say, and Lafayette But until that low pressure center is to the east of us, we're not really going to see things ease up dramatically. I think we'll see that later on this afternoon. Still dealing with some showers. Some gusty winds out there. The water along the coast has been on the high side. We did get a 3 to 5 ft surge that will begin to ease up. The thing we're going to have to watch. For once our weather starts to improve as all that water that will be draining. We still have to be on the alert for flooding, though Fortunately, the flooding is not as big a concern as perhaps yesterday when we thought we would end up with, uh Quite a bit of rain. Right now. It is 70 here in your official Severe weather station NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. 6 21 is our time here on Houston's Morning news mats. The best is the county judge in Brazoria County. One of the areas that's already been wallet. First thing really hard hit. Yeah. Good morning, Judge bring us up to date on what conditions are like in Brazoria right now. Good morning. Well, looks like.

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"brazoria" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on WBUR

"Us at one egg. Live from NPR news. I'm Chase Stevens. Forecasters say Tropical Storm Nicholas is expected to make landfall somewhere along the Texas Gulf Coast Any minute now Nicholas could dump up to 18 inches of rain on parts of the region through the middle of the week. Florian Martin of Houston. Public Media reports that many coastal areas are not new to the kind of flooding that's now expected. The coastal county of Brazoria, just south of Houston, has had five major floods in the last six years. County judgment. Sebesta says he does not expect Nicholas to be a catastrophic event and hopes the storm will keep moving after it makes landfall. But folks just need to be prepared. And not panic. People make stupid decisions when they panic, so they just need to keep with trusted news sources and keep their wits about them, and I think we'll all be fine. Sebesta says. Brazoria County is well prepared for this storm with volunteers, boats and high water vehicles are ready to deploy if needed. I'm Florian Martin in Houston President Biden toward fired ravaged parts of Northern California today, noting that climate change is fueling severe blazes. In the West and storms in the nation's east by now also noted that the costs associated with weather disasters are expected to reach a new high extreme weather in the United States. Cost the United States of America total of $99 billion And this year, unfortunately, going to break that record. It's a devastating.

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"brazoria" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

07:29 min | 9 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"The good thing is it has been dry. The ground is dry, the ditches the bios. The creeks are All at low flow. So they can handle some water. That's a good thing. It's it's you know, a little bit more difficult when you have a A system like this that comes on. When it's already wet, So that's a good thing in that regard. We're looking along the coast, we may see some wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour in the Surfside area. Of you know, overnight as the storm comes onshore, uh, but the wind should go down. Uh, fairly quickly. We're also looking at maybe a 2 to 4 ft Storm surge along the along the coastal Brazoria County. From the columnist in your tone, and the way you're laying this out, I get the feeling you're not overly concerned that this is going to be catastrophic. I'm not anticipating a catastrophic, catastrophic event. However. Folks just need to be aware they need to follow trusted news sources. Uh um and just be aware, be prepared. And, uh, folks in low lying areas that are prone to flooding and we have that we're on the coast folks that, uh and they deal with folks deal with that on a regular basis whenever we get high concentrations of rainfall. But folks just need to be prepared and not panic. People make stupid decisions when they panic, and so they just need to keep with trusted news sources. And keep their wits about them, And I think we'll all be fun. I'm curious. The impact that Covid is having also won a situation like this comes upon us. How are you guys situated? Are you okay? And comfortable hospital numbers and people numbered all that to handle. This incident that's coming. Is this going to complicate matters? Well, you know, Covid has complicated everything over the last 18 months, and our hospitals are Um, you know, they're at capacity. They have more than they can handle and I'll tell you God bless our healthcare workers. They've been superstars over the last 18 months, as as Covid has Uh, repeatedly spiked, but our healthcare workers searches, you know, God bless them, and we're blessed to have them. Uh, I said, I'm hoping that Nicholas is a Um, comes in Gets out of here. We just have some flooding. Um, you know, no emergencies. No sending people to the hospital. But, you know, we've got the manpower to deal with whatever we need to deal with. We've got, uh, we've got some outstanding volunteer organizations, the Gulf Coast rescue squad. They've got boats, uh, to be able to get into high water situations. We've got the Texas military Museum. Uh, they have high water vehicles that they are always right there to Um, allow us to use and you know, with manpower as well to get in and get folks out, uh, where we have flooding. We've got our sheriff's office all of our cities. You know, everybody's on board. You know, I noticed the city was out cleaning Uh, cleaning inlets yesterday in preparation for, uh, you know the range that started overnight, So folks, folks are ready. This is something that We've gone through flooding events. We've had five major floods in the last six years. Uh, we've you know, annually we will usually get a, uh, pretty good day lose here. There. We get intensity range, so Let's hope this is just a high intensity rain with, uh, a little bit of wind a little bit of storm surge and and everybody keeps their wits about them. I think we're all going to be okay. But like that people just need to be prepared. Judge. Thank you so much. Any last thing you want to tell the folks before I let you get back to running your county. Just like I said, be prepared being formed being formed from the right sources. Uh and you know, ready, Brazoria. We've got an app called Ready Brazoria out there. We're on all social media, instagram, Twitter, Facebook and whatever some 14 year old develops. Tomorrow will be on there, You know, three days after So, uh, folks just need to to, you know, follow us on on those sources, and we're going to be pushing factual information out as we get it and have it verified. Judge. Thank you very much for talking with us. Absolutely appreciate you. Thank you. Thank you. And that is Judge Matt Sylvester from Brazoria County. Joining me now to take a higher look down on what's happening here. It is. Eric Berger, meteorologist and managing editor for Space City Hey, How you doing, Ernie? I'm doing okay. Every time I have you on, I say, I hope I don't have to talk to you again anytime soon. But here we are again. So, yes. Tell me a little bit. We had Frank at the top frank buildings at the top of the show talking little bit about the weather. How are you seeing this storm developing And how concerned are you for our area right now? Well, it depends on what part of the area you know we're talking about. The forecast has been evolving today as we've been getting more data in from high resolution bottles. It seems to be really focusing the threat on areas south of I 10 and particularly coastal counties, such as Brazoria County. You just talking to the leader that county, Galveston County and in Chambers County over the next, you know 12 18 hours. I think there's a reaction. All of us in this area. Get when we hear. Oh, floodings coming taking a step back from the panic in that what kind of flooding do you see? Hitting our region? Do you think it's going to be Severe minor uncomfortable. Where would you gauge it? Yeah, I would say that the majority of the Houston area will be uncomfortable, but probably not severe. You know, everyone or most everyone remembers Harvey for four years ago that really left kind of an indelible Imprint on people, Um and and so every time they hear about as sort of a fairly slow moving tropical system heading towards our area, they think it could be another. Harvey. I don't think that's the case. Um, with this storm, it looks like there will be a very tight gradient in terms of rainfall, accumulations, and so you could have. You could have places north of I 10 getting like, half an inch of rain tonight. Um, and then you could have areas and Southern Brazoria County or in Galveston County, getting 10 to 15 inches of rain. So it's going to be quite a disparity, and it's just not clear, sort of where that line the line will. Fog were much less concerned. Now that we were They're two ago about really widespread. No accumulations of 10 to 20 inches, Eric, stay with us. I'm going to.

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"brazoria" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:22 min | 9 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Encourage our customers to sign up for power alert services for more information on individual outages. You can also follow us on Twitter and on our Facebook page. Last thing I promised you the last one was the last thing but I thought of one more question for you. If your power goes out, do we assume you already know, or should we be calling in? We are. We are assuming that when the Pyrgos out that you you are we are notified of that outage. If there is concern that you feel like that information was not related to us, please and call us and let us know about that adage and we will confirm it. Nathan. Thank you so much for taking the time. Stay safe out there. Thank you. I appreciate you having me on. Thanks. Nathan Brownell is the director of distribution operations for Centerpoint Energy. Remember right now, while we still have everything going pretty well, charge your cell phones. Make sure that you have your water. Make sure that your ice chests are filled with ice if you can. Any of that is good. Should the power go out? We know what it's like this time of year, and you don't want to be without your power. Anything you can charge. Make sure you have ample batteries and make sure your car has a full tank of gas. That's another thing that always helps us. All right. Moving right along. This is Town Square. I'm Ernie Menus. We are focusing on the incoming storm right now and joining me now, someone who has seen it a lot closer than we have so far from Brazoria County. It's Judge Matt Sebesta. Hello there, judge. How do you? How are you? We're doing okay. So far. More importantly, how are you guys doing? We are watching Nicholas. Pushing out information to our citizens. And just, uh, as I say, preparing for the worst praying for the best. What have you seen so far? How is it down there? Well, you know, we're seeing a little bit of a increase in our title levels. We're seeing some scattered showers that are coming on shore. Uh, different, Uh, you know different areas or getting different amounts, but nothing overwhelming thus far. Little bit of wind as these thunderstorm cells come onshore, but nothing too terribly bad yet. You say yet? What are you expecting? From what you hear in the meteorologists you've consulted with Well, we're looking at the possibility of over the next few days, actually starting last night 6 to 10 inches of rain potential throughout the county. They're talking about. There may be some isolated areas that may see up to 15 even 20 inches of ranges depends on You know how? How slow how much? The storm slows down the train training of the rain bands coming on shore. You know, we just want this thing to come onshore. And keep moving. It's when they slow down that creates are are flooding issues. So you know, over the next few days we're looking at on average. 6 to 10 inches of rain, which which we can handle. You know, the good thing is it has been dry. The ground is dry, the ditches the bios. The creeks are All at low flow. So they.

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"brazoria" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:53 min | 9 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Three grass cattle cattle-raisers began cutting the fences of mabel. Dos days ranch. The i fully fenced large ranch in texas. She inherited the eighty-five thousand acre ridden spread and coleman county when her husband of two and a half years william h day died from injuries received when his horse fell during a stampede with the absence of any laws governing building or cutting fences free grass cattle-raisers long accustomed to an open range responded to the summer drought by cutting fences of the ranchers who had bought fence. Their land. mabel day responded to this threat to her ranch by lobbying and austin for a law making fence cutting a felony. The law was passed in eighteen. Eighty the fence. Cutting war subsided leaving her with miles offense to repair. he's even. After her second marriage she continued to own and operate the ranch and reduce her debt until and her death in nineteen o six. She was able to leave a debt free portion of the ranch to let me wander very. Andre taylor see the mind you go back and look at the statutes to protect to ranch. Owners from cattle rustlers is at the moment up until the modern era where illegals have just run roughshod over people's ranches in south texas. It used to be the case that it was considered in the law in the state of texas that trespassing on somebody's property messing with their cadillac. Their business that was sacrosanct. You didn't do that a thirty eight year. Old biological male used a rear naked choke against selene provos to end the match. Three minutes. thirty two seconds into the first round but offline who goes by the name alana mcmuffin mclaughlin but was a former special forces. Fighter debuted friday night at the combat global prelims in miami of mma but laughlin reportedly began gender transition back in two thousand ten now unlike fallon facts. I'm told who hid the past but lawful has been very clear about it first transgender woman to fight an ma except fox who didn't tell several opponents that she's a biological male mclaughlin reportedly had been training him in may for only a year and was by the florida state. Boxing commission after having hormone levels tested. Hormones is one thing but what about bone density for somebody who went through puberty as a male. What about muscular harrity. What about the things that separate a man from a woman that are not just a winner in coochie. There's a lot more that goes into that men and women are born with with different attributes. It is unfair it is wrong it is perverse and any world where this makes sense any people who think this is normal cannot be reasoned with. These are the same people who will tell you. That government has no business prohibiting a woman from murdering a baby. No business doing that. That's her body her choice and in the same breath on the same day. We'll tell you that you have to get an unproven vaccine. You have to get an unproven vaccine. We're going to continue to talk about public health in an era of tyranny and authoritarianism but what you never hear anyone talk about never hear anyone. Talk about is natural immunity in fact. Where's that audio from. On the of the audio i think. Chance senate of the biden and f- ouchi. Yeah here we go see if i could find this. Let's see there's a biden and cheesy deal where f- ouchi says biden asks him. If you owe where is it had gum it. Yeah yep yep yeah. This is on Cnn's anderson cooper and just real quickly. There was a study that came out of israel about natural immunity and basically the headline was that natural. Immunity provides a lot of protection even better than the vaccines alone. What do people to make of that as we talk about vaccine mandates their. I get calls all the time. People say i've already had co vid. I'm protected now. The study says maybe even more protected than the vaccine alone. Should they also get the vaccine. How do you make the case to them. You know that's a really good points on j. I don't have a really firm answer for you on that. That's something that we're going to have to discuss regarding the durability of the response the one thing to pay from israel didn't tell you is whether or not as high as the protection is natural infection. What's the durability compared to the ability of a vaccine so it is conceivable that you got infected you're protected but you may not be protected for an indefinite period of time. So i think that is something that we need to sit down and discuss seriously because you very purply pointed out it is an issue in. That could be an argument for saying what you said. He could not repeat those words he said for there could be an argument for saying what you said. You see what happened there because he was very careful not to say that having had covert whether you're a symptomatic or not you have natural immunity and he said there could be an argument for saying what you say which is that natural immunity protects you but even if it does. We don't know how durable it is so he speaks in encircle so that you won't know reputable public health official or doctor is now saying that natural. Immunity is inferior to a vaccine. Nobody is saying that folks natural immunity is how we survive. It's how we fight off all the germs. All the bacteria all the viruses. All the parasites and you might say to yourself but we're constantly dying. We're constantly improving our natural immunity. And in fact that's what a vaccine is an attempt to stimulate your natural immunity. The vaccine is not some sunscreen prevents something from coming in the vaccine simply spurs your own natural immunity but nothing spurs natural immunity like having had covert we're gonna talk about the mandate in what it means the burden. That's going to require in a bit but first dr. jason fung is the intermittent fasting guru. And he's our guest coming up next..

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"The belt in I'm sky Mike and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh top tax defenders 24 Our weather Center. Time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith at the Weather Channel is the Tampa ST Pete getting a lot of rain right now, And I guess that's storms kind of working his way up for North Florida landing point at some at some point today. Yes, some point today. It's about 35 Miles just to the west of Cedar Key. At least the center of it is, you know we tracked the centre port because that's where usually the worst of the winds. Often the rain. The lowest pressure is Bad boy like you mentioned there's some heavy rain. Uh, for a good bit of Florida because the Florida Peninsula is on the east side of that I've been seeing some heavy rains over on the East side. Florida near Cape Canaveral in a toward Daytona Beach and down toward Naples as well. So it's making its way northward very slowly making its way onshore sometime later today and then Crossing through southern Georgia through the Carolinas up to Virginia. It'll be just offshore of New England. It may even graze New England by Friday. We're still dealing with rain as well. I've been watching the showers and thunderstorms we've had this morning. The book of the heavy rains been near the coast into the south of us. We do our flash flood watches Galveston and Matagorda. Brazoria, the Bolivar Peninsula as well because of the heavy rain yesterday and more heavy rain to come. We've got an 80% chance of showers and storms today and tomorrow. Heavy rain at times temperatures low eighties today and tomorrow. Right now. 73 your official Severe weather station NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. 99 1 HD to its NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh on FM. Me Me, but also you the pharaoh. Fast forward, his.

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"That they are accepting patients from out of the county and even out of the state. So no responsible hospital be agreeing to that if they had capacity issues. There you go. That new order. It comes by way of the governor's office Impacts Galveston, Brazoria Chambers, Liberty and other counties all along the coast and better get ready for some doom and gloom. Because Harris County Judge Lena Hadda go she's going to give another covert update this afternoon. And this is what's peculiar about it. It's going to be with just a single camera and reporter It's a pool situation in order to keep everyone safe. And all the questions have to be handled through that one reporter. So accesses everything and they've learned a way to give you a one way propaganda stream coming from Lena Hidalgo Expect that this afternoon mainstream media trying to scare you about this new mutated strain of Co vered in the United Kingdom. Dr. Peter Hotez with the Baylor College of Medicine says, Look Current vaccines we have They're looking into it. They're studying it, but they're expecting these vaccines to protect you from new strains. It probably will, since it takes a lot more mutations than that, in order to require a new vaccine being created, Although it is a wake up call. Yeah, that the virus can mutate. Viruses usually do now this new strain. Apparently, we're told easier to transmit. He goes really fast. But it's not any deadlier doesn't make you any sicker. Then the original Covad 19. Governor Greg Abbott. Well, he took his shot yesterday. The director of the CDC.

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"At a Houston Wal Mart this morning after attacking a police officer. This wasn't Yale near I. 10, the police officer had gone into the store to use the restroom was alerted about a man shoplifting. And then the female officer got that man outside. They went to the ground. She struggled with the suspect. At some point, they descend, gazed and gazed again. Some points he feels for her life she shot the suspect once in the Lady officer was not heard The man now in stable condition in El Paso this morning, the county sheriff's office says the county judges order closing all non essential businesses during a cove ID surge is legal and will be enforced by deputies effective immediately in both City and the county almost 6000 new cases, a cove it were reported in Texas. Yesterday alone. There are 562 more people hospitalized with a virus than last week. Texas is averaging 80 Cove in deaths a day. Daylight saving time, by the way is ending today. Clocks air going back One hour. Two o'clock this morning. Early voting ended yesterday. No polls open today. Fort Bend County You living for Ben, you vote 68% of all registered voters have already cast a ballot. That's up 20% from 2016 more than 64% of all. Montgomery County registered voters cast a ballot 62.2% Brazoria County. 60.3% in Galveston County. Voters in the state's most populous county came out in record numbers 58% of the electorate, Harris County officials say yesterday last day of early wedding more than 86,000. People voted in person Mohr than 3000 Mail in ballots returns convenient. It still keeps everybody I guess a little safe. Uh, last day, I just want to get it done. So when you account in all the early votes total in Harris County so far 1.4 million. That is Mohr than all of the ballots that were cast in the county in 2016 Let me put that in context, though, on Election Day in Harris County and 2016. 353,000 votes were cast, so if the same number of people come out this year, Harris County is going to go up to 1.79 million votes. Little context on that. So far, Texas has passed the nine million vote mark. Hey, T R h news time is 10 03 Today, President Trump's gonna be going to Pennsylvania for multiple stops. It appears the Keystone State could be the decider this election cycle or it could come down to Florida, where Fox News reports. Democrats are running scared. Democrats reportedly sounded the alarm over week turnout among black and younger voters in Florida's biggest county, part of the problem, according.

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Here's when you can vote in Houston area's Montgomery and Fort Bend counties

Retirement Income Show

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Here's when you can vote in Houston area's Montgomery and Fort Bend counties

"Are gonna be open. They are open now Going to be opened until five today 7 to 7 for the rest of the week for Ben County. Your polls are now open going to be a bit until five o'clock this evening 7 to 7 on Monday and Tuesday and then 7 A.m. to 9 P.m. on Wednesday through Friday. Brazoria County,

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North Texas Counties See Record Voter Turnout With 1 Week Of Early Voting Left, Dallas

The Car Pro Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

North Texas Counties See Record Voter Turnout With 1 Week Of Early Voting Left, Dallas

"Voting turnout records are falling by the wayside. Harris County crossing more than a million early votes yesterday afternoon and in Fort Bend County, close to 50% of all registered voters have already cast a ballot Polls open today through seven Inheres, Fort Ben Montgomery, Brazoria and Galveston counties.

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Deputy accidentally shot at Houston area gun range, officials say

Mark Levin

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Deputy accidentally shot at Houston area gun range, officials say

"Brazoria County deputy was accidentally shot today at a gun range during training. Brazoria County officials say the deputy is a firearms instructor and was accidentally shot in the stomach while he was working with a student. The 30 year old deputy suffered a deep flesh wound and was flown to Memorial Hermann Hospital. His injuries were non life threatening

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"From the Weather Channel. It's 76 in and coin. At our age. Keep cool with a Rs 24 hour Weather center. I love that pronunciation. I propose that we all adopted 7 31 also wanted throw in. Watch out F M 20 0 for this is in Brazoria County, South bound and north bound lanes. There's accidents a few miles apart. But it has got all the main lane shut down, so just avoid that completely. 7 31. Our top story The suspect in a string of fires in the greater heights has been apprehended. 21 year old Joshua Roaches charged with seven counts of second degree arson. Police say he confessed The hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrel begin tomorrow in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Texas Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn are both on that committee for overtimes in the Red River rivalry in Oklahoma pulled out a win A bye week next week for the Longhorns and then Baylor the week after that, we'll see how that plays out. Maggie's beat Florida and have Mississippi State coming up next weekend. News on demand h dot com Could have another update It ate. I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio. 7 40. Katie, Ari, Let's we take care of that yard. We have healthy ground. We're gonna need to know it right? We still know in the fall around here. Lansdowne Movie in Cambodia knows this. That's why they're doing the end of the season. Taboada ziti. Our blowout sale lands down. Maybe they're combo to specialists. BTR means zero turning radius mowers. Cambodia's e serious molars are priced to move. I mean, they kind of huge selection, and I mean all the models all the sizes. Some are still in the great It could be a nuke a boat. It could be used component could be a dim Okamoto get great deals and financing options available to no better time to make a deal on a ziti are more from Cambodia and Lansdowne movie. So.

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Houston - Galveston County officials warn residents ahead of Hurricane Delta

Michael Berry

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Houston - Galveston County officials warn residents ahead of Hurricane Delta

"Heard heard about about the the Hurricane Hurricane Delta Delta is is going going to to be be making making landfall landfall in in Louisiana Louisiana today today is is back back to to a a Category Category three three Storm Storm right right now now It's It's tropical tropical Storm Storm warnings. warnings. Oh, Oh, here here for for Texas in place for Southern Liberty Chambers, Galveston, Coastal Harris. And coastal Brazoria counties. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says Delta's Winfield expanded The current forecast, has been updated Tio include a slightly expanded hurricane from what they had previously forecast. All that really means for us is that we can expect some slightly stronger winds than we had predicted about 12 hours ago now. Jefferson County, Texas under a hurricane warning and hurricane force, winds are possible near Port Arthur to

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Texas governor issues disaster declaration over brain-eating amoeba found in Lake Jackson water supply, south of Houston

Mandy Connell

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Texas governor issues disaster declaration over brain-eating amoeba found in Lake Jackson water supply, south of Houston

"Is in effect for Brazoria County, Texas. After a deadly amoeba was found in water samples from Lake Jackson as NBC's Morgan Chesky reports. A six year old boy recently died after contracting the brain eating A Maybe Joe SIA died earlier this month from a waterborne amoeba that somehow got into the Lake Jackson, Texas water supply. The amoeba is exceedingly rare. There have only been 34 cases over the last 10 years. Ah boil water order is in effect for the area. Health update. Sarah Lee Kessler, NBC news radio.

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"Story. Texas Governor Greg Abbott issuing a disaster declaration for Brazoria County, after a brain eating amoeba was found in Lake Jackson's drinking water. The city now under a boil. Order until further notice, scared Along with the Koven, 19 and now not being able to shower and wash your hands. A little nervous wracking resident spoke to our TV partner channel to the Texas National Guard was brought in to help distribute around 1800 cases of water on Sunday alone. Get me but was discovered after the death of a six year old boy earlier this month. Ah Wharton County School District says that they are going back to in person learning after they say remote teaching didn't work. In a letter to parents last week, Luis I. Asti says that they'll go on on campus school starting Tuesday after virtual learning proved unsuccessful for most students. Parents, who did not want to sit in their child class have a few options that include home schooling their student and rolling the child in a private school or requesting a transfer to a district that still provides online learning. And used to die as D, giving parents a little bit more time to decide if they want to send their kids back to the classroom or continue with online learning a JST it originally set this past Friday is the deadline Now they've extended until today Monday, parents can submit their choice. To the SD Connect parent portal. A non response will be taken as an in person choice. Well, Halloween is still happening at the Houston Zoo. 2020 the year like no other means this is going to be a Halloween like no other. However, one Houston tradition is going to go on the annual zoom boom starts.

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Deadly amoeba found in Houston-area community's water supply prompts disaster declaration from Gov. Abbott

Chris Krok

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly amoeba found in Houston-area community's water supply prompts disaster declaration from Gov. Abbott

"Governor Abbott issues a disaster declaration for Brazoria County due to a deadly amoeba found in the city of light. Jackson's water supply a boil water notice remains in effect for the city of Lake Jackson. This follows the death of a six year old boy who officials say was hospitalized with a brain eating amoeba in that suburban Houston community,

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Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water

GardenLine with Randy Lemmon

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water

"A brain eating amoeba is found in the water supply of the brasses sport Water Authority. Nine communities being told not to consume any tap water. Let's run through these nine. Lake Jackson, Freeport Angleton, Brazoria Richwood Oyster Creek Clue. Rosenberg Dow Chemical TDCJ Clemens and TDCJ Wayne Scott. Residents advise. Don't DRINK Don't Wash. Don't SHOWER Don't use tap water for anything except Flushing a toilet until further notice.

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"brazoria" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Little Door Dash is available at participating restaurants for 67 right now cloudy some scattered a light rain 70 degrees 8 34 at news radio 1200 W away. I Water. Rescue teams along the Gulf Coast are on standby as tropical Storm beta threatens to bring heavy rains to Texas. The storm is expected to make landfall late tonight between Galveston and Corpus Christi near Matagorda Bay. Beta is packing maximum sustained winds of 50 MPH, moving it a little more than five MPH about 100 miles south of Galveston. And could produce a damaging storm surge. Brazoria County has issued a voluntary evacuation. The county judge Matt Sebesta, doesn't expect too much damage most of the homes Down. All of the islands are elevated, and we're not expected to see any type of storm surge. It's from effect getting water in those structures. City of Galveston officials issued a voluntary evacuation order on Saturday ahead of the storm. Many residents have elected to stay believing that beta will not have nearly the impact of a major hurricane. Many business owners have taken a major head to the cove. It 19 pandemic and this busy hurricane season and concerns about the latest tropical storm. Beta brings another hurdle. Donna Towns and owner of Legend Saloon just reopened her business and is worried that this storm could set her back once again. Assume as you see anything that says hurricane we know about Harvey Your skin just starts to crawl and you're like, Oh, please, not another one. Please, Please, please towns and says she's going to continue to serve our customers. But we'll be keeping an eye on the storm as she sits directly in its path. Governor Greg Abbott's relax covert 19 restrictions enter the next phase starting today. On Thursday, the governor said some businesses including retail side's restaurants, manufacturers,.

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"In that was intercepted before it even reached the White House. And he's been watching a lot of TV since Cove it well, you're going to be interested to know that right now the ending's Iran A tropical storm warning, of course, is in effect for these counties. Fort Bend Inland areas Brazoria, Galveston, Harris, Jackson, Matagorda, Southern Liberty and Warton. Storm Surge Warning is in effect for Brazoria County Islands Chamber and the coastal regions of Brazoria, Galveston, Harris Jackson, Matagorda counties. Galveston Island and Bolivar Peninsula and the Matagorda counties have islands that are also under the watch. As tropical Storm Beta approaches the Texas girls the Texas coastlines surface, picking up in Brazoria County Judge met Sebesta has this to say. We have seen high tides in Hae served for the last 24 hours. You're say afternoon we did close the beaches of vehicular traffic. We've emptied out the county trailer parks that are on the islands. The more serious rain is tomorrow areas to the east of Houston are getting the action. First MARRIAGE NEWS TIMES 803. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry has his county workers and administrators, saying, he says that they have put together a very solid plan to deal with beta. What we have done is adequate preparation for the worst case forecast that they're giving me so there's nothing that I believe, additionally will come from the county individual cities could do what they want. And in other news, Democrats and Republicans were preparing for a tough political battle Overfilling Ginsberg's.

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Record storm Beta forms in Gulf as officials in Galveston County, southeast of Houston, prepare

The Car Pro Show

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Record storm Beta forms in Gulf as officials in Galveston County, southeast of Houston, prepare

"Bracing for impact from Tropical Storm Beta as well as Brazoria, everybody along the the coastline, coastline, they're they're handing handing out out sandbags sandbags in in Corpus. Corpus. This This our our governor, governor, Abbott Abbott is is pre pre positioned positioned emergency emergency responders responders in in case case they're they're needed. needed. There There is is a a voluntary voluntary evacuation for residents on Galveston Island, west of the Seawall. And this morning, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry offers advice for those living on Bolivar Peninsula to voluntarily of Jack, you wait, Stay informed. Pay attention. Watch your station on Bolivar. If you could survive in your home for three or four days without power, we're not sure what's gonna happen. You're okay. You can stay. If it's uncomfortable, or you need some life support equipment, maybe go somewhere else. Storm watches are posted along the coast will start getting the rain late tomorrow but are anticipating a rain event? Monday and Tuesday. Hopefully that'll be passing by on Wednesday. We could see flash flooding south of I 10

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"For what would be a storm surge? Wing. Got our marquee operations center activated on Friday. We have been working with all of our partners throughout the county, a CZ each jurisdiction prepares. We put our steer folks on alert that, uh, they need to be ready to move and we're just getting ready and each jurisdiction in anxiously watching and hoping this thing will keep moving. Ah, further eastward, judge our evacuations and playing what goes into that decision. Ah! The projections on the track go into the factors into those decisions. Uh, of course, if it looks like it's going to move closer our way. We will call for evacuations and low lying areas along the coast. Anybody that is subject to a storm surge and so We're continuing to watch it. You know, we're on the edge of that tone. It's we've been fluctuating in and out of it over the last 24 hours. And, uh, right now, you know, we look to be on the clean side of the storm, which will be less of a storm surge, but anywhere that is going to suffer a direct hit. I and eastward of that directed will, of course, be the absolutely worst of the storm surge. And of course, you have a lot of employees who are on call on emergency call our first responders, all prepared to do whatever it is they have to do. Absolutely way we have Great team in Brazoria County. We've been through a lot over the last five or six years with numerous floods and everything else. So we've got a great team and all of our jurisdictions and like that, we're just anxiously watching and You know, charging our citizens since Saturday.

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"Is blocked and try to get over toward did well, that'll hold yet for a couple of minutes. I'm Julie Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. Tropical storm watches in effect along the Texas coast from high Island to Port Mansfield. Tropical depression likely to slowly strengthen into a tropical storm by tomorrow, the increase in the winds starting fighting into Saturday and some heavyweight possible a swell today only a 20% chance of a thundershower lot of the nineties. This afternoon. I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel. It could become a tropical storm. The goal is to drive that curve down to such that. Sorry about that, folks. My fingers were naughty and coordination. It is now 801 and it is 78 degrees and partly cloudy at the top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather center. Parts of the Houston area, including coastal Harris, Brazoria and Galveston counties were under a tropical storm watch is Tropical Depression. Eight. Now that was that blob is in the Gulf of Mexico, Richard Pash with the National Hurricane Center says. It could strengthen It could become a tropical storm later tonight or tomorrow. We don't think it's a very It's not a very well organized system so we don't expect significant amounts of strengthening. If it becomes a tropical storm, it will be called Hannah. It is a rainmaker. However, most areas here could see 3 to 5 inches of rain. Some spots getting eight inches between late tomorrow and Saturday. Weekly jobless numbers came out this morning. They show that 1.4 million Americans have now filed for new unemployment is higher than the 1.3 million That was projected. Those stay at home.

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Toddler cries as Houston Fire captain, wife found dead in Brazoria County home

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:09 sec | 2 years ago

Toddler cries as Houston Fire captain, wife found dead in Brazoria County home

"Story amber's Oria county and HFD captain and his wife were found dead in the Rosenberg home their toddler daughter found safe inside there was no sign of a

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106.1 FM WTKK

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"brazoria" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Wake county officials have closed another round of businesses Jim's hair salons barber shops and cetera all forced to close over social distancing concerns the county manager saying they don't feel like we're at a point where a stay at home order is necessary wake county has the second highest rate of infection in the state I'm Carl Wilson North Carolina senator Richard Burr is asking the Senate ethics committee to fully review his stock selloff last month of birth has denied any wrongdoing after reportedly selling off up to one point seven million dollars in stocks this after he attended a private centers briefing on the magnitude of the corona virus threat bird tweeted his decision to sell stocks was based solely on public news reports a motorcyclist is dead after he was hit by a red light runner in Greensboro the accident happened Friday afternoon on east Wendover Avenue at Perry road cops say Kevin Watson was going south on his Harley Davidson motorcycle when a woman in an SUV entered that intersection and hit him Watson was pronounced dead at the scene her charges of misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and running a red light for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I'm Mike Moore from the GP service now plumbing heating and air conditioning traffic center accident still SS locked up forty eastbound this is near Jones sausage were backed up at rock quarry also S. is heavy for forty eastbound between pull road and I. forty an accident Jones sausage just east of I..

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Coronavirus community spread suspected in Brazoria County, officials suspect Houston Rodeo

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus community spread suspected in Brazoria County, officials suspect Houston Rodeo

"Houston health department reporting Houston's fifth case of the corona virus new presumptive positive cases a man in his fifties with a history of international travel that seems to be one of the common denominators two cases of coronavirus are reported in Brasilia county by judge Matt sebesta we had a couple of individuals in the Albany area that had gone in to errors county and has been respectively positive and we got copies of those lab this morning and were able to confirm that the two people spent three days at the Houston livestock show and

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"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"brazoria" Discussed on KTRH

"Zuri accounting is confirming its first two percent of positive corona corona virus cases judge Mike sebesta says that to live in the same household and were tested in Harris County Asian is ongoing that you're being interviewed as to who they come into contact so that those people can't be contacted the two individuals are adults they live in Alvin and did attend the livestock show and rodeo

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Houston - Officials confirm 2 presumptive positives in Brazoria County

Texas Home Improvement

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Houston - Officials confirm 2 presumptive positives in Brazoria County

"Zuri accounting is confirming its first two percent of positive corona corona virus cases judge Mike sebesta says that to live in the same household and were tested in Harris County Asian is ongoing that you're being interviewed as to who they come into contact so that those people can't be contacted the two individuals are adults they live in Alvin and did attend the livestock show and rodeo

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