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"brian gan" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"brian gan" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Morton time on the Christian calendar This is people alive and worshiping and filled with faith and hope Yes needs and worries too But darn it we're in it together And so that is exhilarating this holy week to see folks coming back His Easter message is one of hope He compares suffering on good Friday and joy on Easter Sunday to coronavirus and the war in Ukraine and folks pulling together to help those dealing with hardships A Russian naval captain is dead after a Russian warship exploded and went down in the Black Sea the mosque bar was being towed to port through rough seas when it sank Ukraine said it hit the warship with missiles U.S. officials backed that claim the Kremlin however says an explosion of ammo on board caused the fire Enhanced security is coming to another part of Mexico's border with Texas Brian gan has more Texas governor Greg Abbott announced a deal with the governor of the Mexican state of tamaulipas Provide the personnel the resources and tactics to stem the flow of illegal immigrants walking across the border at low water crossings It is the fourth Mexican border governor ebert has reached a deal with on increased security just last week Abbott told troopers to inspect every big rig citing The White House's decision to end title 42 deportations In Texas I'm Brian gan Twitter is countering Elon Musk's bid to buy the company with a so called poison pill the plan allows shareholders to buy additional shares at a steep discount in order to prevent anyone from gaining a majority stake in the social media platform The move is a way to.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Goggin Texas has ended with the hostages safe and the gunman dead Brian gan has more The standoff began during services of the congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Khalil Texas near Fort Worth and lasted through the day until an elite FBI hostage rescue team out of Quantico Virginia made their move The hostage rescue team breached the synagogue They rescued the three hostages and the subject is deceased Totally Bill police chief Michael Miller says a fourth hostage was released earlier none of the hostages were hurt The FBI says it believes the hostage taker acted alone Tennis champion Novak Djokovic is being deported from Australia The world's number one tennis star is the defending champion at the Australian open and was scheduled to play his first round match Monday night Today three federal court judges upheld a government order issued Friday that would cancel Djokovic's Visa on public interest grounds The 34 year old Serb is not vaccinated against COVID-19 and will be detained in Melbourne until he's deported The country's immigration minister says his Visa was canceled on the grounds that his presence in Australia may be a risk to public health More than 100,000 people gathered on the university of Georgia campus in Athens Saturday to celebrate the Georgia bulldogs win of the national college football championship Mark wolsey has more While governor Brian Kemp SEC commissioner Greg sacci and others showered praise it was head coach Kirby smart who was the clear star of the day He lauded the 2021 team as one unified and focused on hard work He said a new standard of excellence has been set One he expects to be upheld We're burning the most baby and we're coming back Go Dodge Georgia beat Alabama 33 to 18 to capture the title January 10th That's the latest I'm Jim Forbes Authorities say an 11 alarm fire that broke out and a New Jersey chemical plant is now under control and air quality has been deemed acceptable for now Paul de Castro has the very latest Officials say 90% of the building in Passaic collapsed following Friday night's massive blaze people could see and smell the smoke for miles it reached parts of Brooklyn air quality is a big concern because there's thousands of pounds of chlorine products stored at the Qualcomm plant to say a bear Hector Laura says so far the air quality is within safe levels and there's no reason to evacuate.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gann reports from Texas It happened at the ASTRO world festival in Houston's energy park during a performance by rapper Travis Scott Proud began to compress towards the front of the stage And that caused some panic and it started causing some injuries People began to fall out Become unconscious and it created an additional additional panic Houston fire chief penius has over 300 people were treated at a field hospital set up near the festival I'm Brian gan About a dozen states are suing the Biden administration to block its new COVID-19 vaccine mandate Under the federal guidelines workers must be vaccinated or get tested weekly Companies with at least 100 employees have until January 4th to comply There's another delay for the SpaceX crew three launch Officials in Florida say weather conditions have forced another postponement NASA is also planning for the return of crew two with the earliest return trip from the space station on Sunday or Monday Mission teams will decide which team to prioritize in the coming days depending on conditions for a splashdown or a launch I'm Julie Ryan Aaron Rodgers is blasting what he calls awoke mob in his vaccination controversy Brian shook has more It was revealed this week the Green Bay Packers quarterback tested positive for COVID was not vaccinated and would be forced to sit out of this Sunday's game against Kansas City This despite saying months ago that he was immunized against the virus Rogers told the pat McAfee show he never lied and he found a long-term immunization protocol because he's allergic to an ingredient in two of the coronavirus vaccines I'm Brian schuck Another juror is being dismissed from the Kyle rittenhouse murder trial on Friday an issue with a woman's pregnancy prompted her dismissal from the trial in Wisconsin She's the second juror to be released A juror was removed Thursday for telling the deputy and inappropriate joke connected to the trial rittenhouse is accused of killing two people during racial justice protests in Wisconsin A hero New York cop who worked at ground zero after the 9 11 terrorist attacks is about to get a lifesaving liver transplant Mike forman a former police officer and volunteer fire chief got sick after being treated for chronic regional pain syndrome His 25 year old son Connor stepped up and is donating 60% of his liver to his dad Transplant surgery is scheduled for December 1st at USC medical center in Los Angeles A library book due back in 1978 is finally returning to its original home The New Jersey library posted on Facebook that the book paddington abroad by Michael Bond was returned this week after being more than four decades overdue The montclair public library added good thing we're fine free The patron returned the book with a note reading my apologies for the late return I guess it's better late than not returning it at all ABBA have released their first album in 40 years Voyage is streaming now featuring original members Rolling Stone is giving the new album a four star review and says ABBA haven't lost their appetite for emotional crisis soundtracks I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom As we've been reporting president Joe Biden held a press conference today after the House passed the biggest U.S. infrastructure plan in decades last night handing him a crucial victory We did something that's long overdue that long has been talked about in Washington but never actually been done The bipartisan two 28 to two O 6 vote late Friday sent the $550 billion measure with money for new roads and bridges as well as expanded broadband to clean water power grid upgrades pollution clean up and other priorities to Biden who said he will sign it soon Joe Matthew is host of Bloomberg sound on and says a lot has promised on infrastructure but there's a bigger picture Well there is a hope that you're gonna start seeing like he said shovels in the ground within a couple of months time And that may well be the case Look we're talking about potentially thousands of construction projects all potentially getting underway around the same time The issue at this point though is filling jobs This is something that we've talked to labor secretary Marty Walsh about along with White House officials You know it's great to have this many openings in this many projects underway the idea as the president says to create more union jobs but where the people are going to come from is a big question as we continue to see a lot of folks staying home and not getting back into the workforce Bloomberg's Joe Matthew Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway released earnings today Berkshire now has a record amount of money to put to work Berkshire's cash pile hit new heights of $149.2 billion worth of funds in the third quarter Berkshire reported an 18% gain in after-tax operating profits in the third quarter to $6.5 billion on strength and its railroad utility and manufacturing businesses while continuing to repurchase a sizable amount of stock Berkshire bought back $7.6 billion worth of stock in the third quarter and that is the third highest tally since the board changed its policy on buybacks in 2018 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news We're welcome to bloomer goodbye on Bloomberg radio bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists I'm your host June grosso This week we examine Facebook's rebranding all so on the show why we should stop playing nice with Russian hackers Plus the battle against securities fraud hits financial Twitter But first New York City's gifted and talented program.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To Idaho and California, surveying wildfires and the fight to contain them. Disagreements among Democrats are hindering efforts to pass President Biden's infrastructure package. What's Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he will not support the president's $3.5 trillion human infrastructure proposal, telling CNN's state of the union the price tag is too high House progressives have been threatening to block the Senate passed $1.2 trillion core infrastructure bill if it's not accompanied by the reconciliation package boxes. Rachel Sutherland in Washington. America's listening to Fox News Now. W O a I local news now the latest untraveled Storm Nicholas getting closer to making landfall on the Texas coast tonight. The storm now packing maximum sustained winds of 70 MPH, just to the south of medical to be over the past few hours, the storm began to shift more to the north northeast direction. Leaving it over water longer and as a result, the storm has continued to intensify now just below hurricane status. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the state is ready Texas begin preparing for this days ago, making sure that we were mobilizing all the supplies and support and resources that were needed vehicles for high water rescue on standby heavy rain up to a foot of rain as possible in some areas Most likely the heaviest rain to fall between Freeport and Houston tonight with US for continuing coverage. I'm Brian Gan from the traffic.

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"Time paying the complete cost of college tuition. Maybe you've used the Zagat Guide to find restaurants, the company that owns the gangs Radio 1000 Okay AM and K x x Y FM 96.1 HD two Oklahoma City President Buyten's vaccination plan and Oklahoma's push back. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott and the Katie. Okay news center Friday. Sizzler. Our forecast is coming up. President Biden is making a big push to get more people vaccinated against Covid 19. His latest plan targets large employers. I'm announcing that the Department of Labor Is developing an emergency rule. To require all employers with 100 or more employees. That together employ over 80 million workers to ensure their workforces. Are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least once a week. Biden says employees will be given time off to get vaccinated. Biden also says all federal workers and contractors must be vaccinated employees that Medicare and Medicaid participating hospitals also will be required to get vaccinated. Oklahoma's reaction to the president's vaccination order Here's Brian Gan. The Oklahoma Attorney general's office is planning to challenge President Biden's new Covid vaccine mandate. A G John O'Connor says he's preparing litigation to response to the president's vaccination requirement for businesses with over 100 employees. Those who do not get vaccinated will be subject to weekly testing. Under the president's executive order, the governor calls the mandate federal overreach. State representative Tommy Harden of McGill is hospitalized in Denison, Texas, with Covid 19. Back in July, Harden sent a letter to the governor asking him to request businesses suspend mandatory vaccine requirements for their employees until they have discussed the issue with the Legislature. Concerns about Another variant of the coronavirus, Margo Moreno reports. It's called the Mu Variant and OU chief Covid officer, Dr Dale Brat Slur says it was first identified in Colombia in January seems to be fairly contagious, though it's unclear whether it's as contagious of Delta. There have been isolated outbreaks in South America, Europe and the US and the World Health Organization says there are early signs that may make vaccines and treatments less effective. A tweet from Dr George. Monks with the Oklahoma State Medical Association says the variant has been found in 49 states, and that four cases have been identified in Oklahoma, the U. S House working on the $3.5 trillion budget package that represents the heart of President Biden's legislative agenda. Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas calls it reckless and irresponsible. It comes with a cost that our Children and grandchildren will have to pay. We're borrowing from their future. In making it harder for them to invest in the challenges they'll face, Lucas says. It throws money at agencies with almost no direction about how it should be spent. The 10 years spending plan expands education, healthcare and childcare support tackles climate change and makes further investments in infrastructure. Oklahoma City police investigating a suspected drive by shooting, authorities say two people were shot in the 1500 block of northwest. First last night. One was taken to a hospital in critical condition. Authorities say the victims were standing outside with family members when the shooting happened from.

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"The counsel of our local hospitals and we're adapting. Best practice system. Chicago in Boston, Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum Executive director Kari Watkins says free on site testing will begin September 30th. The latest inspection data from the Federal Highway Administration ranks Oklahoma number seven among states with the lowest percentage of structurally deficient bridges, up from number nine in 2019. Transportation Secretary Tim Gas says Oklahoma now has only 67 structurally deficient bridges on its highway system, and those are either under construction or scheduled for repairs. I'm Marco Moreno. In other news, the state attorney general's office wants to push back the October 7th dated requested to begin the execution process for seven death row inmates. Brian Gan reports the state Corrections Department requires giving it inmate 35 days notice before execution, and state Attorney General John O'Connor says the October 7th date. Is no longer appropriate. O Connor wants the state Court of Criminal appeals to set an execution date of October 28th or November 18th for death row inmate John Grant. The egg wants the other execution dates to follow at three week intervals and Oklahoma pastor now accused of sexually assaulting a child between May 2000 and eight in August, 2011. Authorities say Gary Rogers, who now pastors a church in Newcastle, has confessed in his charged with first degree rape and sodomy. A former middle elementary school employees facing child pornography charges 40 year old Greg Hanky is accused of using two young students at Highland Park Elementary School to produce child pornography between 2019. And this year. I'm Marco Moreno..

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"In its battle against Covid 19. This time, it's Edmund public schools were nearly 380 students and 40 staff. Tested positive Edmonds face mask requirement will remain in effect for a month power outage getting blamed for a possible gang fight at the Canadian county jail as we hear from Brian Gan. Authorities see the fight broke out after the jails. Electricity went out. More than a dozen inmates were involved in the fight, and six of them were sent to a hospital with minor injuries. Canadian County sheriff Chris Weston. The incident is under investigation, but he believes the fight was gang related. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections investigating a homicide at the Lorton Correctional Facility, Authorities say Aaron Stone confessed to killing his cell mate, Riley Walker yesterday The victim was serving a first degree murder sentence out of pancetta County stones behind bars for numerous crimes, including rape and kidnapping the future of President Biden's domestic agenda. The may hinge on massive spending bills. As we hear from Chad program. Some believe September could bolster or tank the Biden presidency. It starts with infrastructure. Also on the September docket, a $3.5 trillion social spending bill. A government shutdown looms and perhaps a scrap over the debt ceiling. Democrats are fighting among themselves about what's in the expense of spending bills. Some Republicans will support the bipartisan infrastructure package. But forget it when it comes to 3.5 Trillion in social spending. West Virginia's Joe Manchin wants Democrats to tap the brakes on the big spending bill until the party justifies the cost. Internal Democratic infighting could derail both bills. Police say a suspect opened fire on an officer during a pursuit and northwest Oklahoma City yesterday..

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"Masks in its battle against Covid 19. This time, it's Edmund public schools where nearly 380 students and 40 staff have tested positive. Edmonds face mask requirement will remain in effect for a month power outage getting blamed for a possible gang fight at the Canadian county jail as we hear from Brian Gan. Authorities see the fight broke out after the jails. Electricity went out. More than a dozen inmates were involved in the fight, and six of them were sent to a hospital with minor injuries. Canadian County Sheriff Chris West says the incident is under investigation, but he believes the fight was gang related. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections investigating a homicide at the Lorton Correctional Facility, Authorities say Aaron Stone confessed to killing his cell mate, Riley Walker yesterday The victim was serving a first degree murder sentence out of pancetta County stones behind bars for numerous crimes, including rape and kidnapping the future of President Biden's domestic agenda. The may hinge on massive spending bills. As we hear from Chad program. Some believe September could bolster or tank the Biden presidency. It starts with infrastructure. Also on the September docket, a $3.5 trillion social spending bill. A government shutdown looms and perhaps a scrap over the debt ceiling. Democrats are fighting among themselves about what's in the expense of spending bills. Some Republicans will support the bipartisan infrastructure package. But forget it when it comes to 3.5 Trillion in social spending. West Virginia's Joe Manchin wants Democrats to tap the brakes on the big spending bill until the party justifies the cost. Internal Democratic infighting could derail both bills. Police say a suspect opened fire on an officer during a pursuit and northwest Oklahoma City.

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie Okay? News center. This is Oklahoma's first news. Hot day as we get back into the swing of things after the long weekend, our forecast is coming up power outage blamed for a possible gang fight at the Canadian county jail as we hear from Brian Gan. Authorities see the fight broke out after the jails. Electricity went out. More than a dozen invites were involved in the fight, and six of them were sent to a hospital with minor injuries. 18 County Sheriff Chris West as the incident is under investigation, but he believes the fight was gang related. The Oklahoma Department of Corrections investigating a homicide at the law and Correctional Center, authorities say Aaron Stone confessed to killing his cell mate, Riley Walker yesterday the victim was serving a first degree murder sentence out of pot attack. County Stone is behind bars for numerous crimes, including rape and kidnapping. Oklahoma City police say a suspect opened fire on an officer during in first Suit in northwest Oklahoma City yesterday. He's identified as 29 year old Aaron Sayer. Police say Sarah was driving a stolen vehicle when an officer tried to pull him over near Memorial in Walker, But he spent off Sarah allegedly shot at the officer who returned fire. No injuries were reported. One person he's recovering from minor burns and a firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion after I fired in Northwest Oklahoma City apartment complex. It happened yesterday near northwest 50th in Ann Arbor. The blaze tore through four apartments. No injuries reported following a fire in an Oklahoma City restaurant. It happened at the Bricktown Brewery near Kilpatrick and MacArthur. Investigators.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of a quick update from Brian Gan in for Charity. McCarty flashback brought you by brown Chevrolet. Coming up at 5 48 ish Your Dallas Cowboys support with Brad Sham coming up before six o'clock. Looks like we got a little rain in the forecast. We welcome in news for San Antonio. Meteorologist Genetic I. Good morning, Jeanette. Thank you and good morning. It's back to work and back to school and boy after a bit of a wet labor day are looking at much dry your weather today. Partly sunny on this Tuesday still on the hot and humid side forecast high of 97 degrees with the humidity he index up to 100 degrees. Now I do have a slight range. It's after four PM we could see a pop up shower or thunderstorm. A chance at 20% for the rest of the week. Definitely drier and less humid Wednesday, mostly sunny with a high of 100 degrees Thursday and Friday. Plenty of sunshine and very hard but with the low humidity 99 Thursday about 98 on Friday Kicking off the weekend on a hot notes with sunshine Saturday Sunny with a high of 97 98 degrees Sunday. A mix of sun and clouds with the 10% ring chance at a high of 90 for our next weather maker comes in early next week rain chances coming back on Monday Monday a 30% chance of rain with partly sunny skies and a high of 90 degrees. Meteorologist. Jeanette Kanye News for San Antonio here for you, Thanks to net 73 degrees Brian, what's going on? Well, Governor Greg Abbott will sign the election Integrity Bill Later today, there'll be a ceremony in Tyler for that. U. S. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department's looking at ways to challenge.

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"Double homicide under investigation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Police say the two people whose bodies were found Saturday inside a house near northwest 32nd in May appeared to have been stabbed to death. One victim has been identified as 59 year old Kim Nguyen, the name of the other victim. A man has not been released yet. Police are calling it a double homicide. The bodies were found Saturday by someone who knew the people in the house and went to check on them. Beth Myers reporting a new name for a downtown Oklahoma City post office. Charity McCurdy With that story, civil rights icon Clara Luper becomes the first woman in Oklahoma to have a post office named after her. There was a renaming ceremony Saturday at the Oklahoma City Downtown post office now called the Clara Luper Post office Building. The Post office is just a few blocks away from the old Katz drug store location where Looper led the first lunch counter sit in in the country. 1958 Looper died in 2011 at the age of 88 Wall Street starting the week with a strong rally. The NASDAQ finished at a record high after the FDA approved the nation's first covid vaccine shares. A vaccine makers rose, along with airlines and cruise industry stocks. Oil prices also surged. At the closing bell. The Dow gained 215 points S and P 537 and the NASDAQ jumped 227 points from the news. Radio 1000 Katie. Okay, Weather Center, the four Warren Storm Team Sunny and hot each day this week highs in the upper nineties. I'm Brian Gan NewsRadio 1000 Katie. Okay,.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Remained untouched by Spanish, French, British and American trappers and explorers jumping way ahead this week in 1997 after traveling 120 million miles in seven months, NASA's Mars Pathfinder becomes the first U. S spacecraft to land on Mars in more than two decades in an ingenious cost saving landing procedure pass finder used as parachutes to slow its approach to the Martian surface and then deployed airbags to cushion its impact. Hitting the ground at 40 MPH. The spacecraft bounced high Into the Martian atmosphere 16 times before safely coming to arrest and sticking with the Martian theme. Also this week in 1997, the science fiction comedy movie Men in Black, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones opens in theaters around the United States. The film grossed more than $250 million in America alone and helped establish the former sitcom star. Will Smith is one of Hollywood's most shorted. From the kinetic Oh Water softener Studio, The last water softener. You'll ever Oh, this his news radio 1200 W O Ai San Antonio and I heart radio station. Millions of Americans expected to travel this Fourth of July weekend. We'll have details coming up. I'm Brian Gan with our top stories and traffic and weather together. Speak just a slight rain chance this evening in the northern tier counties Otherwise Saturday. It's a mix of clouds and sunshine, but we will see a 40% chance of showers or thunderstorms in the low nineties. I'm news four chief meteorologist Chris Su Chan. Our top story The Independence Day weekend is here in the major airports across Texas have been busy today. Going into the weekend is travel is up again. Gas prices are jumping as well.

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1 Suspect in Custody, Another at Large After 14 Injured in Austin

Masters in Business

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

1 Suspect in Custody, Another at Large After 14 Injured in Austin

"Following a mass shooting in downtown Austin overnight. That left at least 14 people hurt Brian Gan reports. Interim police chief Joseph Shea Cohn says they're narrowing in on possible suspects. We have developed suspects. In this case. There are two male suspects. I'm not going to release any further information because the investigation is very much ongoing. The shooting took place in downtown Austin's Entertainment district, where barricades are put up on sixth Street due to the crowds. Police say it appears to have been a disturbance between two groups of people and not the large crowd being targeted. In Texas. I'm Brian Gan. Police say

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"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"What they can to reduce natural gas usage until further notice. The weather is continuing to impact Oklahoma most of the state now under a winter storm warning from now until tomorrow night at six below zero wind chills expected today before a storm brings Oklahoma between four and eight inches of New. So what? Her storm This plunging hundreds of U. S cities into a deep freeze is shutting down. Much of the oil patch is well to the south. Three oil refineries in Port Arthur, Texas, including the nation's biggest Had to stop processing the more than one million barrels a day they usually turn out. Other facilities in nearby Beaumont and also in Corpus Christi are also being affected in Texas. I'm Brian Can. In other news A man is dead following a fire in Oklahoma City, authorities say to structures behind a resident's caught fire overnight in the 100 block of South West 22nd. Man's body was found in a single story unit. The cause of the fire is under investigation. One person died after a wreck and broken arrow happen overnight on state highway. 51. Lee said the victim was driving an issue the eastbound and collided with a westbound semi Hundreds of new covert 19 cases are being reported in Oklahoma State health officials confirming 730 new cases yesterday, bringing the statewide total to 414,272. 17 more deaths were reported helping. 19 has claimed total of 4041 lives in the state and the World Health Organization approving AstraZeneca and Oxford University's Cove in 19 vaccine for emergency use. This will allow the U. N to ship millions of doses to developing countries around the globe. I'm Brian Gan are dangerous. Cold continues. Oklahoma City and here comes around to of winter weather 10 degrees For this afternoon, a southeast wind. A 10.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker, Charlie and Charity McCurdy had the morning off, but Mr T Tim Merriman is here, as is Brian Gan in the 24 hour news center in just a little while we'll check in once again with raced a GIC. Of the weather Channel, in fact, will do that in just about 10 minutes. But right now, Brian, we've been talking about CPS energy and everything they're doing to try to restore power to everyone. And also some some news with these rolling blackouts, and I understand we've got somebody who knows a thing or two about CPS energy coming up. Yes, you bet it actually sudden, from news for had a chance just a little bit ago to talk with CPS energies. Melissa saw Rollo about the outages. And the rolling blackouts and what we can expect as the day goes on, and what's really causing all of this? We're in extreme cold weather right now, not only in San Antonio, but across the state. And CPS energy is part of the state grid of called her cot in her cot and CPS, energy and other utilities across the state have been asking Our customers to conserve as much energy as we can. And then we are at a point where Kat has called for rotating outages that started about 1 30 last night. This morning. I should say again across the state On Dozer happy right now across their community. And what we've been saying. This has been about 15 minutes. We are seen outages right now that are longer than 15 minutes. And that's just the due to the severity of the weather and the condition of the grid. If you are, you know someone who's been in analysis longer than 15 minutes in It may not be part of a racheting outed the sum of the outages you're seeing on the map. While yes, you're reflecting the rotating outages. They could be other reasons that you're in an outage. We would have our crews available day themselves are also being impacted by roadways and the snow. But we were going to get out to people to resolve their outages. Assistance as we safely can well is if someone is going to be part of one of these plant outages, will they get a heads up attacks? Torre call that your power is going to go off for about 15 minutes or is it just You're sitting there one moment here in the dark. The next They? There isn't a notice that goes out before believe of ERCOT sent out some notices. We're never Lena. They were late last night or early this morning to conserve and and we've made the calls to confirm this well in preparation for a possibility of this. We've been out in talking to the community over the last couple of news about this possibility, but people won't get much of a notice before it happens. So there you go. There's Melissa. So Cerullo with CBS Energy and talking about these blackouts are rolling outages that air targeted and scheduled. We can expect these through the day, but I think the big message there A that we're gonna have these through the day. So we need to be prepared. Who won't get any warning and then be the fact that if you're out for more than 15 20 minutes or so, and it's another issue, and we've heard some folks who have said it went out of my house, and then it stayed out. So. So if that's the case, then it's another issue. Yes, just went out while she was talking. Whoa, whoa! There. You got right in the middle of her. Well, your interview with her. My power went out, but it's pop back on now, but it went out. So, yes, it's happening and again, and it's good. We have that information from Melissa Cerullo of CPS Energy to know if it is, you know, it's almost expected. It just happened where you are, Tim. And as long as it's 15 minutes or less, you're okay. But if he if it stretches more you know beyond like the 20 minute level as Brian just mentioned. Then you might have a bigger issue. Then you may want to contact CPS energy. Yeah. And yesterday ours went out here for four hours on duh. And which is weird, because not everybody in my neighborhood was out, but the back half of our neighborhood We were all out going to say that you pay your bill. Oh, you're supposed to do that? Yeah, so and it was like it was bad timing. I was watching the Judas and the Black Messiah movie. And right at the end of it right at the end of it, Power went out for four hours. And oh, by the way, Tim. I saw that movie over the weekend as well, Man. I thought it was pretty special. I really enjoyed it. Yeah, I had to go back and watch the end of it again. But, yes, it was very good. I think you're gonna see a best actor nomination. I think you're gonna see a best supporting actress nomination. Maybe a best picture out of that movie is pretty pretty cool. All right, lots more coming up. We're gonna keep an eye on everything you need to know. With the weather with the traffic with the outages with the shutdowns. We've even got news about the airports. In fact. Meteorologist raced agent from the Weather Channel going to join us in just a few minutes. Everything you need to know. Right here on San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker on NewsRadio 1200 w O A I. The Thing of a comparing rates at progressive dot com is that by now you've heard.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the 24 hour news Center in for Charity, McCurdy, I'm Chris Duel. And Tim you mentioned, you know, you can always tell we've We've got us an issue with the weather if H e B closes early that happened yesterday. So you got HCB closed? You got school closures, even Amazon. Closed down early yesterday. That's a sign of danger and warning as well. Yeah, they're not like a post office. Not you know, Rain sleeps? No, no, no, no. If that's when you know it's bad, and by the way, H e B will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. God love him. God loving she be. I mean, I mean, through the pandemic working so hard, you know, all through all of 2020. And now through this inclement weather, just just such amazing. Did you see those lines for the people that were picking it up? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Alright, lots more to cover. In fact, let's go right back to Brian Gan With the latest headlines in the 24 hour news center. Well, the winter storm warning does continue hazardous driving conditions from the snow and ice. Most of the freeways and flyovers all shut down in San Antonio this morning and motors are being urged to not get on the roads. Bitterly cold temperatures cold US in 30 Years and rolling power outages began overnight as the power grid in Texas is under pressure and electric generation cannot meet demand. More scheduled allergies can be expected through the day today, now traffic and weather together. Hi, friend. It's your home speaking and I need some favors. Could you turn on some of the lights in the basement? Um, I'm scared of the dark. Also, this one is easy. Could you bundle your home and car insurance with Geico so we could save money? Last thing just a suggestion. You steam cleaned the carpets. I need a spa day. Geico for bundling. Made easy Go to Geico dot com. Today your weather general three day forecast partly sunny today with a high of 27. Now that's below freezing, so not a lot of melting. That's gonna be going on tomorrow's high. 36 Wednesdays. Hi 43 the overnight low tonight expected to be about 25 right now it's eight degrees with the windshield of minus eight. Net news Radio 1200 wook. I drive new roads in February of Brown Chevrolet in divine and saved thousands for the best deals around. Go see Brown. San Antonio's.

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"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"brian gan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bear County hospitals continue to deal with a surgeon patients caused by the pandemic. Iran, Nierenberg says area hospitals have been seeing extraordinary numbers the past two months. But still they've been able to treat new patients. Thanks to an influx of out of town medical staff you have right now in our community about 1450. Augmented staff from outside of San Antonio that air providing nursing assistants. Respiratory assistant mayor says he expects the hospital service to continue for another several weeks. Metro health reports 1400 Covert patients are currently hospitalized in San Antonio Delights estimated Mega millions jackpot, It's been increased to a billion dollars. That's up from the original 970 Million estimated prize after No one got lucky on Tuesday Spurs in action tonight against the Mavericks will have the game for you. Seven o'clock pre game 7 30 tip of tonight. Here on Wook I get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 Wook I on I Heart radio. I'm Brian Gan NewsRadio 1200 W away. I It's the $1000 stimulus check contests and have some fun and I'm going shopping, even treat myself. Listen 12 times a day from 6:30 a.m. to be 30 PM for your chance to win. No way way It's the $1000 stimulus Check contest from use Radio 1200 W away I presented by ideal feet the way your feet should be phase Troy with ideal feet. Aren't you tired of living in pain hobbling when you get out of bed the morning struggling to make it through your work day, Ideal feet can help if you're suffering from foot knee hipper back pain visit. I do. Feed us a TX dot com or stopping one of our three locations today, Pain relief starting at 99 95. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans.

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"brian gan" Discussed on KTOK

"Morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT Okay, News center. Snow bids us to do Our forecast is coming up the latest covert numbers sound high, and there's a reason for that, as we hear from Tanner Carlson, State health officials say. A two day report for Saturday and Sunday shows 8017 new cases of Cove in 19 in Oklahoma. That brings to 304,072 the total number of confirmed cases of the virus in the state. The state Health Department, says 20. More people have died from the virus in Oklahoma, bringing the state's stole up to 2547. The state Health Department plans to launch a website this week to schedule covert 19 vaccination appointments. The Health Department is currently running internal tests before officially announcing the online portal. The vaccine is currently available to healthcare workers, First responders and Oklahomans over the age of 65. Oklahoma, U. S. Senate. James Lankford says he's among nearly a dozen Republican senators who plan to object to Wednesday certification of electoral college results. That is, unless there is an emergency 10 Day audit of the results by an electoral commission 1969 33 senators, both Republican and Democrats challenged a faithless elector from North Carolina on it. And so there was a pretty broad vote during that time period of able to challenge them. We had it in 2000 and five and challenging a while. This is the nature of our system, Senator Bernie Sanders says, quoting here. It will not work. Joe Biden will be president at noon on January. 20th. Authorities are investigating another death at the Oklahoma County jail. The inmates body was found Saturday night in his cell. Jail. Officials say the victim's cell mate was reportedly seen holding a weapon. The victim was found partially under a mattress when authorities were conducting a routine check shooting at a northwest Oklahoma City bar since two to the hospital that happened Saturday night at Tramps Bar near northwest 39th and Pen. I already say one victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition the other victim's injuries. Less severe. Oklahoma City police say a pursuit ended yesterday with the suspect fatally shooting himself. Authorities say the suspect was wanted for allegedly stealing the vehicle He was driving. AH crash ended the chase at near Northwest 42nd and independence. Police say the suspect shot himself. Shortly there after a man hospitalized in critical condition after he was hit by a car Saturday in southwest Oklahoma City. It happened near southwestern and southwest Grand Boulevard, where the victim was struck while crossing the street. The driver stayed on the scene and talked to police and initiative petition to allow Sunday alcohol sales in Canadian county. Didn't go anywhere. Brian Gan reports the U Come Progress newspaper says petitioners failed together the nearly 7000 signatures that were needed. The petition was filed by a cone September 23rd, one of the petitioner's Charles Bishop, told the newspaper. He's just fizzled out. You blame the covert 19 pandemic and low participation from local restaurants from the Katie Okay Weather center and the four more in storm team for this first Monday of 2021. It'll be mostly sunny with a high of 52 will drop to the effort twenties tonight. Tomorrow will be cloudy with a high in the mid fifties alot in the upper thirties And then Wednesday partly cloudy and chance of storms and I 49 I'm Jacqueline Scott NewsRadio. 1000 Katie..

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Oklahoma: Board passes $3.2 billion education budget request to legislature

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Oklahoma: Board passes $3.2 billion education budget request to legislature

"Has approved a nearly $3.2 billion request for next fiscal year with the numbers here's Brian Gan. The Legislature will consider the request during the upcoming session. Proposed budget is $191 million Mohr than this year's budget 19 million of that. Would Goto hire more school counselors. Fort Sill officials

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Texas wins Tesla’s new U.S. assembly plant

Michael Berry

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Texas wins Tesla’s new U.S. assembly plant

"According to Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk. The company will build a Giga factory near Austin. He announced like today that they're going to make it a factory that is going to be stunning. The new factory will build Tesla's upcoming cyber truck pickup and will be a second US factory for the model Y and small issue V. The manufacturing facility will create 5000 new jobs and generate over a $1,000,000,000 in capital investment Governor Greg Abbott said. Tesla's one of the most exciting and innovative companies in the world and says we are proud to welcome it to the state of Texas. The governor went on to say that Texas has the best workforce in the nation, and we've built an economic environment that allows companies like Tesla to innovate innovate and and and succeed. succeed. succeed. The The The company company company will will will be be be based based based just just just southeast southeast southeast of of of Austin Austin Austin in in in Travis Travis Travis County. County. County. I'm I'm I'm Brian Brian Brian Gan. Gan. Gan.

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Federal Judge Rules Houston Should Not Have Barred Texas GOP In-Person Convention

The Great Outdoors

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Federal Judge Rules Houston Should Not Have Barred Texas GOP In-Person Convention

"A judge rules in favor of the Texas State Republican Party holding it in person convention, but officials say they will now continue with convention online. Brian GAN reports TEXAS Republicans air sticking with a virtual convention even though a federal judge Says they can hold it in Houston in person. She called last week's cancellation of violation of the GOP's First Amendment rights. A party official says they're continuing with plans to do it online to make it easier for delegates to

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Oklahoma man's convenience store slaying conviction upheld

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Oklahoma man's convenience store slaying conviction upheld

"The state court of criminal appeals today upholding the convictions and life sentences of an Oklahoma City man in the fatal shooting of a convenience store clerk and the wounding of another man with more on that here's Brian gan the court rejected appeals by thirty two year old there in Clark that included claims to cases should have been tried separately evidence of another person killing the clerk was wrongly excluded and prosecutors failed to disprove self defense in the second shooting Clark was sentenced to life without parole for the July twenty thirteen shooting death of the clerk he also got life for the wounding of another man in an apparently unrelated shooting several

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Train cars carrying ethanol catch fire in Texas derailment

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Train cars carrying ethanol catch fire in Texas derailment

"Flooding is causing problems across parts of Texas with significant flooding reported across North Texas yesterday in Dallas adele's low field. Dozens of cars were submerged in parking garages. Mobile home park in Lewisville was evacuated with rafts having to be used to get residents to safety and in Fort Worth a train derailment lift some Union Pacific railroad tankers overturned those tankers contain ethanol and burst into flames. During the derailment. Brian Gan reports the Fort Worth fire departments mobile command post. Was also destroyed when it caught fire as fire spread from the derailed train. No one was

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