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"brian gannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Act This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The White House climate program will reportedly be cut entirely from the multi $1 trillion spending bill that stalled in Congress A report in The New York Times says the Biden administration's reconsidering the climate agenda because of strong opposition by one senator from Cole rich West Virginia Joe Manchin The president's climate program would replace coal burning power plants with wind solar and nuclear energy The Senate has been evenly split by the two parties on the issue all Republicans against it so every democratic vote is needed A Houston Texas deputy is dead two others are injured after what's been described as an ambush shooting in Houston early today Brian gannon has details The three Harris county constable deputies were working an extra shift at a bar when they went outside to investigate a disturbance as they did they were shot from behind by a man with a rifle Harris county precinct four constable Mark Herman says the person responsible needs to be held accountable I hope for swift and quick justice for that individual because he ambushed my dad's a person of interest was taken into custody but police have not said whether they are a suspect or a witness In Texas I'm Brian gan He said police now say they're searching for an Hispanic mail in his early 20s They believe may have been the shooter The trial of three white men accused of killing a black jogger in Georgia is set to begin next week Jury selection now schedule to start Monday and the Ahmad Arbery murder case Greg and Travis mcmichael are the father and son who prosecutors say grab their weapons and pursued Arbery after spotting him running in their neighborhood just outside of Brunswick A Netflix employee has been fired after disclosing confidential information about the purchase of a Dave Chappelle special The streaming service company saying Friday the unnamed employee shared confidential and sensitive information outside the company that after Bloomberg news reported Netflix spent $24.1 million on the special released on the platform last week called the closer It's been considered transphobic to some viewers which may play into the disclosure I'm Scott Carr Confessed school shooter Nicholas Cruz is reportedly set to formally plead guilty to killing 17 students and staff and injuring 17 others at Florida's marjory Stoneman Douglas high school during a mass shooting in 2018 Cruz pled guilty Friday to charges associated with a fight with a jail guard telling the judge he doesn't want to face trial for attacking the guard Tempted aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer with a deadly weapon How do you wish to plead I plead guilty Count two battery on a law enforcement officer How do you wish to plead Guilty Cruz faces up to 15 years for the attack on the guard a hearing is set for Wednesday on the slew of charges associated with a shooting at the marjory Stoneman Douglas high Last night was another in the hospital for former president Bill Clinton As he continues to receive antibiotics for a urological infection a Clinton spokesperson says the 75 year old is in good spirits and is being treated for a non COVID infection A soldier at North Carolina's fort Bragg has been arrested after surveillance video surfaced from the January 6th capitol riot Sarah Bartlett has that The video shows James malt of brockport New York climbing a ledge and sprang a chemical agent on law enforcement officers during the January 6th riot malt head enlisted in the army back in June However federal investigators tracked him to North Carolina and he was taken into custody recently at fort Bragg I'm Sarah Bartlett A date's been announced for the Golden Globe Awards the Hollywood foreign press association says the 79th annual Golden Globes will happen January 9th Nominations will be revealed December 13th Nominee submissions for movies and TV are due to November 15th NBC announced earlier this year it will not air the globes due to a lack of diversity but does hope to work to resolve the issue India is saying its second case this month of murder by poisonous snake a man's man handed a double life sentence after being found guilty of murder by using a highly venomous cobra to poison his wife I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Pro shares has signaled it may launch its U.S. Bitcoin futures exchange traded fund as soon as Monday The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet It'll be a first for the industry the fund manager filed an updated prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the Bitcoin strategy ETF ticker The filing indicated October 18th as the approximate date for the proposed launch the fund would be the first of its kind to begin trading in the U.S. after years of attempts Charlie Bloomberg radio The current spike in inflation is unlikely to last That's according to European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde while vowing to continue helping the Euro area economy This has the fallout from the pandemic lingers Lagarde after delivering the 2021 per Jacobson lecture at the International Monetary Fund said inflation is largely transitory other analysts have said it appears to be more sticky than that Rats have been terrorizing New Yorkers even more than usual this year and more New Yorkers have been falling seriously ill from a rare but potentially fatal bacterial disease connected to rats More from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini The disease called leptospirosis is spread through exposure to rats and specifically through contact with rat urine or contaminated water It sometimes seen in dogs and there's a vaccine to prevent it inside a reports last month The city's health department reported 14 human cases of this disease at unusually high number and of the first 14 cases 13 were hospitalized and one person died last week There was a 15th case The CDC says leftovers is treated with antibiotics And some people won't experience any symptoms the one in ten cases progresses too severe complications Denise Pellegrini.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Act This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The White House climate program will reportedly be cut entirely from the multi $1 trillion spending bill that stalled in Congress A report in The New York Times says the Biden administration's reconsidering the climate agenda because of strong opposition by one senator from Cole rich West Virginia Joe Manchin The president's climate program would replace coal burning power plants with wind solar and nuclear energy The Senate has been evenly split by the two parties on the issue all Republicans against it so every democratic vote is needed A Houston Texas deputy is dead two others are injured after what's been described as an ambush shooting in Houston early today Brian gannon has details The three Harris county constable deputies were working an extra shift at a bar when they went outside to investigate a disturbance as they did they were shot from behind by a man with a rifle Harris county precinct four constable Mark Herman says the person responsible needs to be held accountable I hope for swift and quick justice for that individual because he ambushed my dad's a person of interest was taken into custody but police have not said whether they are a suspect or a witness In Texas I'm Brian gan Authorities in Florida are ramping up the search for Brian laundry this morning The person of interest in the death of his fiance Gabby patito for the first time yesterday investigators had the entrance to the Carlton nature reserve take off with several vehicles and officers with long rifles in the nature reserve laundry came home September 1st from across country trip with petito who was later found dead in Wyoming A Netflix employee has been fired after disclosing confidential information about the purchase of a Dave Chappelle special The streaming service company saying Friday the unnamed employee shared confidential and sensitive information outside the company that after Bloomberg news reported Netflix spent $24.1 million out of the special released on the platform last week called the closer It's been considered transphobic to some viewers which may play into the disclosure I'm Scott Carr New data from the Centers for Disease Control says the risk of death for someone who is unvaccinated in August was 11 times higher than a person who was vaccinated against COVID The figures also looked at an individual's risk of testing positive and being hospitalized Those who didn't get the shot were 6 times more likely to come down with the virus a Long Island New York resident is dead following an outbreak of legionnaires disease Liz Warner reports Nassau county executive Laura occurrence says Department of Health disease investigators are on the ground and working as quickly as possible to identify the source of the outbreak that sent at least ten people to the hospital The infections occurred in a one mile radius near the wonton Levittown border legionnaires is a type of pneumonia caused by bacteria that grows in warm water based plumbing systems like hot tubs cooling towers and decorative fountains that are not properly maintained Actress Katie Segal is recovering after being hit by a car while crossing the street in Los Angeles TMZ says the driver of the vehicle stopped to help the Sons of Anarchy actress and she was taken to the hospital for treatment The outlet reports her injuries were not serious She's expected to be okay A South Carolina school teacher has been arrested after edibles were found in a school prize box Scott kimbler has that 27 year old Victoria Weiss has accused of having marijuana edibles in a classroom prize box Deputy say they received a report of edible marijuana being selected in a classroom at rocky creek elementary Watch Fox 57 news reporting the students selected the lace candy from a prize box and was asked by Weiss to choose something else The student then picked yet another package of marijuana edible She's now charged with possession of a schedule one drug The student is said not to have eaten any of the marijuana candies A $2500 reward has been posted in Louisiana for the gunman who shot two American bald eagles The state's department of wildlife and fishery says the birds were shot by a small caliber firearm because the American bald eagle is protected the shooter faces up to a year in federal prison I'm Scott Carr And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room Judges are being asked to order hospitals to give COVID patients the deworming drug Ivermectin We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini At least two dozen lawsuits have been filed around the U.S. many in recent weeks by people seeking to force hospitals to give their COVID stricken loved ones the parasite drug This even though there's no conclusive evidence Ivermectin actually helps people with the virus Some judges have refused to order hospitals to give Ivermectin Others have ordered medical providers to give the medication despite concerns that it could be harmful to Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio Netflix says it fired an employee for sharing confidential and commercially sensitive information outside of the company More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet On Netflix officials said the information was cited in a story by Bloomberg in an October 13th article Bloomberg cited internal documents that showed a comedy special by Dave Chappelle had an impact value of 19.4 million meaning it cost more than the value it generated The documents reviewed by Bloomberg also discussed how Netflix evaluates its programs with an efficiency score that balances the show's reach with its price tag Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio A statewide.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's Andy West, and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Start back in 1918. The Boston Red Sox beat the Chicago Cubs four games to two in the 15th World Series. They would not win the World Series again until 2000 and four jumping ahead this week in 1960, the Denver Broncos beat the Boston Patriots 13 10 in the American Football League's first regular season game. The game was played on a Friday night at Boston University's Nickerson Field jumping ahead 20 years this week in 1980, John McEnroe beats beyond Board of Sweet 7661675764 to win his second straight US Open men's title. This week in 1988. The first NFL regular season game is played in Phoenix Cowboys beat the Cardinals 17 14 Cardinals had played the previous 27 years in ST Louis. And this week in 2011, Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees of the Saints marked the first time in NFL history their opposing quarterbacks both past for at least 300 yards and three touchdowns without an interception in their team's season opener. The Packers made a goal line stand on the final play of the game to beat the Saints. 42 34 Packers rookie Randall Cobb stole the show catching a touchdown from Rogers. This is news radio 1200 w O a I San Antonio and I Heart radio station. The latest reaction to President Biden's vaccine mandates. Good morning. I'm Brian Gannon for Charity McCurdy with our.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center all morning long reporting on the fact that the AKP P is suing The University of Texas for continuing to play the eyes of Texas at events, including football games. Because it's racist. Well. The University of Texas Austin campus isn't the only University of Texas campus that has an issue of sorts going on. There's one right here in San Antonio called the University of Texas. San Antonio. And they have ended. Six year tradition. Of using the come and take it phrase and they come and take it flag at football games. First of all, it's sad that we're talking about that this morning when you're looking at the fact that you t s a is coming off, arguably. The biggest victory in their brief 10 Year Football program history after beating Illinois this past Saturday. So why are they doing away with the tradition? Because apparently it's a rallying cry that perpetuates white supremacy. What President Taylor Amy announced the decision in an email to staff and students yesterday. About a month after he said he was going to launch a task force to determine whether the phrase aligned with the university's mission. He then decided against convening that task force. Here's what's in that email. The phrase as well intended as it was upon inception, and adoption has increasingly become incongruent with U. T s a athletics and our institutions, mission and core values. For our athletics program and our university. Each. With so much promise an upward momentum. There is no benefit to becoming embroiled in a divisive issue that could carry well into the future and negatively affect our process. This came into scrutiny last month. After you. Tessa opened the new road Runner, Athletic Center of Excellence. That facility prominently featured signage with the U. T s a Roadrunner mascots image above the phrase which is similar to the famous 18 35 Gonzalez flag. More on that coming up. Soon afterward. Ellen Rio has Clark. Professor emeritus at the bicultural Bilingual Studies division, started to change dot org petition to have the slogan removed from the facility. She called the come and take it phrase racist. Anti Mexican Pro slavery. The petition garnered a whopping 950 signatures. Yesterday. She updated the petition to include Amy's decision to remove the slogan from all physical and digital environments associated with U. T S A, including unlicensed merchandise and playing fields. Quote. We support you in this decision to do the right thing for you. T s a our students and our communities. From my vantage point. You don't want it to be divisive in the future. You just got about his divisive as divisive can get So just exactly What does the come and take it slogan? And the flag me. Where does it come from? But it goes all the way back to 18 35. We've got that for you next. Pants. Charity McCurdy. Sometimes you just have to wait for the right deal to come along to make the move on that big purchase that had diamonds..

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"7 50, just ahead of Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center with headlines and what's coming up at the top of the hour. Well, here's an unlikely victim of the pandemic. Then again, maybe not. Looks like facts. Machines might be going away for good. What's the fax machine? I don't know when I last saw one. Yeah, And almost everyone agrees. It's overdue. Well, that'll answer that. I don't have to ask the question. Then. Do we have one in the building? No, No, Okay. I was getting stuff plugged in. Yeah Hospital Hospital. Still use them a lot for test results and medical records. Brian, you would know that your wife's in the medical field. So it's not as easy as it sounds just, you know, blowing them out the window Lot. A medical information has never been digitized. Doctors still rely Extensively on paper records, and then you throw in cov it and it's caused a lot of bottlenecks. So why do we still use them? Well, for one thing, they can't be hacked. You get a receipt when it's delivered? You know it got where it was going. And that's why hospitals and even a lot of lawyers still use them to your wife in the, uh, yes. What I was gonna say the lawyer business, but she's in the legal field and the legal That was the word I was looking for, So I'm sure they still use a lot of paper. Yes. Well, until now. The mentality was, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. But the pandemic showed that the system is broken. So there's a big push on now to finally move on from facts. You see facts, machines and find a better Solution. Yet it's called digital. And once again we just learned that we do not have a fax machine in the building. So don't email me and ask me if you can fax me something because we have no way for you to do that is Ryan Gang. All right? So you T s a is doing away with the common ticket slogan and flag. We will tell you why coming up. Seven point over earthquake jolted parts of Mexico overnight and the governor called another legislative session in the second this session coming up later this month. Another special session.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Antonio's first news on this midweek Wednesday, Mr T along with Brian Gannon for charity McCurdy, she has the day off Dave O playing the Millennium Falcon coming up Next. It's our Flashback Tournament of champions brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. Brian, I'll let you go. First. I'll go Second, We'll give David leftovers and hopefully he will not wait. Of course that is all that really matters. All that really matters. So a powerful earthquake is leaving many Mexican residents shaken last night. Now the U. S. Geological Survey says a 7.0 magnitude quake struck about 11 miles northeast of Acapulco. So far, only one death has been confirmed. There are reports of damaged buildings down trees. Rock falls near the quake. Now this is interesting. The tremor trembler took place four years to the day. After a magnitude 8.2 earthquake struck off the coast of Mexico's southern state of Chiapas. Uh and that one left 100 dead and hundreds more injured and destroyed the town of a hoochie time. So there so far, only one death confirmed And once the damage is is surveyed. We'll get more on that, as it comes out, and then you remember what happened on January 6th at the Capitol in Washington, right? Right. The big riot right? Well, there is a rally planned for September 18th and it is called the Justice or J Six. Justice for J six rally, and it's being I guess organized by a former Trump campaign staffer Matt Brain, Brainard. And he's maintained that this will be a peaceful event. But as you imagine Capitol police or Just, you know, upping their game because they you know what happened on January six. We all remember that, Uh, they say they now have equipment to use in civil disturbances and there been getting recent training and, uh They don't want to take another whooping. According to the Capitol police chief, uh in, uh, Washington. I don't expect this one to get out of hand. But this will be the first test. Of the of the implements that they put in after the January six. Riot, so this will be interesting to see what happens and we'll have more details coming up at 8 10 with San Antonio first news national correspondent Michael Bauer. Uh I don't want to see a repeat of what happened on January six, and I really don't think it will be. I don't know what the participation how many people will be there. But the justice for J six Rally argued that the federal government government violated civil rights of all those who have been arrested and charged, so they're just trying to bring That to light is what this rally is all about. I don't expect any violence. But you never know. You never know. In today's world. We don't know what's going to go on. Yeah, I don't but they are on alert in D. C. Waiting for this on September 18th once again coming up at 8 10 Santonio, First news national correspondent Michael Bauer with more details on this, Um once again, I think it's going to be peaceful, but that's just me. I am one of those guys that helps everything's peaceful alright up next it is out flashback..

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bill. Good morning. I'm Brian Gannon for Charity McCurdy with our top stories in traffic and weather together. Jewel Weather Channel forecast Partly cloudy today just a slight chance of an isolated shower highs today in the middle of her nineties 72 now NewsRadio 1200 W. Away off Governor Greg Abbott will sign the election Integrity bill later today, a ceremony said for Tyler That bill will roll back some pandemic related voter accommodations, along with the samples, new rules for mail in voting and tightening existing voting procedures, the Justice Department vowing to protect women trying to get an abortion in Texas. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the same goes for clinics. His office is saying that it is urgently looking at options to challenge the state's new law, which bans abortions after six weeks. Uber lifter creating legal defense fund for their drivers over Texas New abortion law. Former Obama administration senior adviser Valerie Jarrett is applauding the move. Imagine you're driving a lift and somebody gets in your car and you plug in the address and you take them there are you supposed to say? Are you on your way to the abortion to get an abortion? Are you six weeks along The new law, which went into effect last week, gives citizens the right to file civil lawsuits against anyone aiding an abortion. In the state, including those who transport women to clinics. Left CEO promises. The fund will cover all legal fees for drivers sued under the law while working for the ride sharing company. Uber CEO says that uber will do the same Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul says the administration botched the evacuation of Afghanistan and now put Americans still in the country at risk. Well, I think in many respects because this administration ignored the warnings of the intelligence Community assessments overrode the top generals. We find ourselves in this very precarious, dangerous situation where the Taliban is now dictating terms to us where they're dictating the terms of our exit strategy. Dictating where the Americans can leave or not. McCall making the comments on Fox News Sunday, 26 Republican senators are now asking President Biden for the exact number of Americans still trapped in Afghanistan. And in a separate letter from 10, Republican senators, they're asking for answers about how divided administration intends to keep its promise to continue assisting individuals who desire to evacuate. Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New York also penned a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday, asking for an update on the evacuation status of 2200 names. She provided the department as well as a generally better understanding of the process to support those who still remain and Democrats are getting involved as well. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Monday said he is furious about the Biden administrations delays in getting Americans out of Afghanistan, saying, I have been deeply frustrated, even furious that our government's delay and inaction Michael Bauer news radio 1200 Wook I Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards, his FEMA has approved his request. Activator temporary housing program for thousands of Louisiana residents displaced. By Hurricane Ida. That program picks up hotel tabs for people with damaged homes. Thousands of evacuees are in Texas today, and officials are telling them they should stay here until their homes are livable again. Empower is back on. Meanwhile, in Louisiana this morning, the American Red Cross continues to provide assistance to those who are still there. As we get into the days and weeks after the impact we Look to do more advanced recovery efforts. Right now we have three kitchen stood up that are pushing out thousands and thousands of meals.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"40 San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker Charity McCurdy on vacation today and tomorrow. Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center. Tag team partner Mr T. Tim Merriman doing what the producer does. Today is telephone Tuesday. Never even heard of that. No. Me either. I never got the call. Well, they say that it's the day that businesses get the most phone calls. So if you feel that a lot of phone calls already at work might need that extra cup of coffee today. The first Tuesday after Labor Day always sees a big spike and phone calls to businesses. They profess. That is because everyone's back at it after the long weekend was not the first long weekend we've had when most businesses weren't answering the phone. Plus, it's the unofficial start of fall. So summer is over. I don't know what that would have to do with it. And the holiday suddenly seem like they're right around the corner, and people want to get a head start on planning. Telephone Tuesday. I prefer Taco Tuesday. We're joined now. By San Antonio. First news national correspondent Rory O Neill. Rory let's begin with the news on Friday, August Jobs report came out United States. Employers added just 235,000 positions during the month of August well short of the 720,000 that economists had expected. Has anyone ventured a guess or a reason as to why it was lower than expected. Well, Good morning, Charlie. Lots of finger pointing most of it, though, at the Delta variant and really just causing a hiccup, then restarting the economy, even the unemployment benefits that ended yesterday. That was all scheduled back in the spring when we thought we'd all be lining up to get our vaccines and we never heard of Delta. So that's why they had these unemployment benefits, all set to end yesterday. I think there were three federal programs right? That came to an end. Correct me. If I'm wrong, Unemployment benefits being one and what were the others? Right. So there was the unemployment benefits for gig workers as they're called. That's about eight million people or so the pandemic emergency unemployment compensation that was given to people who exhausted all the state benefits. And then there was the federal pandemic Unemployment compensation. That was the 300 bucks extra that you would get many states half the states already cut that off. Back back in June or July. Well, if anybody knows the answer to this question, hopefully you do. Any idea what the ad first of all is unemployment benefits is that a is the total amount of money You're allowed to get is that a state mandated Amount of money or is it federal? That's a state program, but a lot of times in cases like this. The federal government then kicks in money to help supplement the benefits that's like we saw with the $300 so Say the state was paying you $250 a week the state the federal government would pick in $300 extra, so, you know, making a significant improvement. Uh, so essentially, the money is funneled from the federal government down to the states to let them pay it out. That being said, if my math is correct, 2000 bucks a month isn't really a lot. I mean, it's obviously better than none. Right. But if you're living in Mom's basement that'll get you through right to the question it But you know how long can that go on is the big question And, you know, economists are scratching the head at this point to wages are going up. There are lots of jobs that are out there. But lots of people just aren't applying or don't want these jobs that are being offered. And some say, you know, they're changing as well. You see that it's you know, two years ago, maybe it was nine bucks an hour if you work at the gas station, and it was 40 hours a week. And you've got benefits. Well, now it's $15 an hour, but it's only 23 hours, and you don't get benefits. So a lot of workers are saying, Hey, this isn't really an improvement, any forecast as to what this might do to evictions, foreclosures and the like. Well, A lot of the federal moratorium on evictions is over. The Supreme Court said the CDC couldn't do that anymore. Congress would have to take action and they won't so the federal moratorium on evictions is done. But states can still have their own rules and restrictions California and New York, for example, there's still preventing any evictions until next year. Even some cities have their own policies about what they're doing. If you're in trouble, make sure you're signed up to try to get that federal assistance. There's $45 billion out there, and only about 20% of it has actually been distributed. Appreciate the update have great Tuesday, San Antonio First news national correspondent.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

"On the chaos in Afghanistan. I'm Brian Gannon, the news radio 1000 Katie. Okay news center. The White House's flights evacuating refugees out of Afghanistan are continuing hour by hour in the last 24 hours alone. 28 U. S military flights have a evacuated approximately 10,400 people from Kabul. Speaking with reporters, National security advisor Jake Sullivan said 26 countries from four continents are helping the US to transport refugees. President Biden and other G seven leaders are expected to meet tomorrow. To discuss the evacuation. The Food and Drug Administration gave full approval today to the first covid 19 Vaccine Visor M Rene vaccine now has full FDA approval for people 16 and older. Acting Commissioner Janet Woodcock hailed the decision is a milestone in the coronavirus pandemic, saying in a statement. We recognize that for some, the FDA approval of the vaccine may now instill additional confidence to get vaccinated. The shot has been doled out to millions of Americans since December. Under emergency authorization fighter apply for licensing in early May. President Biden is praising the FDA for issuing the full approval of fighters vaccine We've hit another milestone key milestone. In our nation's fight against Covid. Speaking at the White House, Biden also delivered a message to hesitant Americans who've been waiting for full approval, saying in his words, the moment you've been waiting for is now here. Oklahoma continues to see a surge in Covid cases, with the state Department of Health reporting more than 6000 new coronavirus infections today, According to the CDC, nearly 9000 Oklahomans have now lost their lives as a result of covid Since the beginning.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

"And bacon and rule as they say how holding and they welcome you to stay. So come on down to Roisin have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah. Dynamite Burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite Burger Doordash and Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants. V. FDA Giz full approval of the Pfizer Covid vaccine. Good afternoon. I'm Brian Gannon, The new Radio 1000 Katie. Okay, now When you hear that hunger calling your name, then you need to get some boom. Gotta find yourself a book Sweat. Open it up. Whether cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something I ate before I follow from the people Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down to Roy's, Yeah. Roy Rogers Restaurants invite you to try their new dynamite burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno poppers. Chipotle ranks us project cheese and bacon. And they say how they Here They welcome you to stay. So come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of deep. Yeah, the dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one dynamite Burger. Doordash and uber Eats are available at participating restaurants Go early..

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"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

"It was a successful Wall Street debut for 23 Me, the DNA testing company jumped 21% after going public. The merger with a so called blank check company. Larry Kaskey. Bloomberg Radio Use radio 1000 Katie. Okay AM and K x x Y FM 96.1 HD to Oklahoma City. The Heat Wave rolls on in Oklahoma. Good afternoon. I'm Brian Gannon The news radio 1000 Katie. Okay news center. The summer Heat is keeping him some pyramid. It's busy in Oklahoma City. They responded to more than 75. He related emergencies in the area just in the past week. Local heat alert continues today, and officials are asking people to take precautions by staying hydrated. Wearing light colored and loose fitting clothing and staying in air conditioned buildings. Temperature is expected to top out in the mid to upper nineties all the way through the weekend. The Supreme Court today, again upholding the affordable Care act known as Obamacare. The decision, 72 justices said that Republican led states did not have the legal standing to bring a case. Senator Roy Blunt says Obamacare is getting harder and harder to unravel. The affordable care act gets constantly woven deeper and deeper into the system. Missouri Republican Making that remark after the Supreme Court ruling today, Blunt told reporters the high court had another chance to eliminate Obamacare but failed to do so. Blunt chairs the Senate Republican policy Committee. Republicans have tried to kill the landmark healthcare law for years the Georgia man accused of causing a Delta Airlines flight to make an emergency landing in Oklahoma City, now facing a federal charge. Is Margo Moreno. 34 year old Stefan Duncan is charged with one count of interference with flight crew members and attendants. It happened the night of June 11th on the flight and route from Los Angeles to Atlanta. Authorities say Duncan took over the planes P a system and told passengers to get ready to put on their oxygen masks because the plane was going under 10,000 ft, like crew members told authorities that Duncan was acting paranoid and had told them he had been seated next to a terrorist. If he's convicted. Duncan could be fined up to $250,000 and sentenced to 20 years in federal prison, followed by three years probation. Southwest Airlines is playing catch up today after two days of computer glitches, a grounded hundreds of flights nationwide. Sarah Bartlett reports on Monday the carrier had a weather computer problem on Tuesday it was an issue with network connectivity. The airline says The two unrelated problems have both been resolved. Southwest canceled more than 300 flights across the U. S on Wednesday and is Still experiencing delays. An industry expert says it may take 48 hours for the airline to get back on track. SpaceX has successfully launched another GPS satellite into Earth's orbit for the US Space Force. Two. One. 08 mission..

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"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on KTOK

"I'm Brian Gannon, the news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, news center. President Biden says he was very frank with Russian President Vladimir Putin during talks of the Geneva Summit. Bob Brown reports. President Biden says the U. S and Russia can have a good relationship with each other. Putin, describing the summit is very constructive and said there was no air of And where we have differences. I want a president Putin understand why I say what I say and why I do what I do The talks last thing about 3.5 hours, um Minimum security prison in Woodward County said to be closed because the facility is becoming harder to maintain in order to ensure safety standards. The Department of Corrections announcing late today, the William Esky Correctional Center, located in Fort Supply Oklahoma, well, they close by the end of the year. Modoc director Scott Crow says the decision to close the facility was a difficult one what was needed due to upkeep cars being no longer feasible to keep the more than 50 year old facility operating Oklahoma, health officials say thousands of doses of Covid 19 vaccine said to expire next month won't have to be thrown out just yet. Very lucky Reports new guidance from the Food and Drug Administration means that most of the states 75,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine are now good until August Last week, officials said that several 1000 doses of the vaccine had to be thrown out as state vaccination rates fell More than 1.7 million Oklahomans have received at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine that, according to health officials today. Officials also releasing the latest covid numbers, saying 216 new coronavirus cases were being reported in Oklahoma today, bringing the statewide total since the pandemic began more than 455,000. Border wall may be completed after all, at least in Texas Texas Governor Greg Abbott Lee today announcing a $250 million down payment for the construction of a wall. On the border between Texas and Mexico. That's a quarter of a billion dollars. It's more than enough to hire the project manager and the contractors and to begin building the wall and we are committed to adding more resources as needed going forward. The Texas governor said that if the federal government wouldn't complete the border wall, the state of Texas will The Justice Department today announced it's dropping its investigation into former president Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton's book. Previously, the DOJ was attempting to seize Bolton's profits from his book titled The Room where It Happened. This comes after the Justice Department's efforts against Bolton, claiming he did not receive permission to print the book failed last year. The Federal Reserve's holding interest rates. Study, the Federal Open Market Committee kept interest rates near zero and maintained our asset purchases. During a news briefing fed chair to Rome, Powell called it part of an ongoing strong support for the economic recovery. Bell also noted the Fed is keeping a close eye on inflation is the recovery progresses. Investors also are keeping an eye on that inflation, pulling some of the money out of the markets today after the Federal Reserve admitted it is keeping an eye on inflation and expects it to continue At the close. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 265 points the S and P 500 was down 23 NASDAQ slid 33 points. On the news. Radio 1000 Katie,.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Antonio's first news from Charlie Parker, alongside Mr T Get merriment, producer extraordinaire Davide or keeping everything going. Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center, Tim, I'm gonna pose the question here at that. Dave asked me or actually instructed me and then I'm gonna let you answer it for me today. Okay? They've told me. When I came back on and one of the what? I've been up. I don't know what that be. Thing is. I am hanging up at the top of the hour and the bottom of the hour when we go into news Yeah, I gave them told me. He says, Hey, you don't have to. You don't have to hang up. You could just stay connected. What? Think I've been hanging up? Because your arm hurts. That would be a good guess, because I don't know how long my phone is gonna be okay. Is anybody hearing that beeping? Other than that? There may be some kind of call me or something. It sounds like it. So, yeah, you know, which is odd because people don't call you because every answer your phone. Yeah, I know Well, and I didn't Then either. Let's bring Brian Dannion from the 24 hour news center. Brian you were talking by looks like things are for the most part. We're down to What? Just over a couple of 103 100 people or so without power. Do we know this is probably going to sound like a stupid question. I ask a lot of those Do we know that mean that we're pretty much in good shape. We're not having gonna have to worry about that over the course of the skin. Well, I don't want to say for sure. But I'll tell you what CPS told us yesterday. They said that way were now in a position that the it seemed to be stable. And that there was enough resource is now of course that was going into last night with it being his cold. Is it Woz? But after that, it seemed like if we got to today, we're gonna have some warming. Obviously, there could be some scattered outages. That would be more your typical power outages because of icing and maybe some trees and things like that knocking down lines. But I'm feeling like pretty positive here that maybe we will not have to continue these these blackouts. And and there's still I think a lot of questions that need to be asked because I don't know, you know if or how much CPS dropped the ball or how much Ercot did or didn't drop the ball. Uh, you know when we get back to work after we all get through the weekend, hopefully warm and safely and we get back together on Monday. I do think we deserve a lot of answers from the city and from a lot of organizations, right And you know, we talked even to the governor yesterday, also to walking Castro, both saying Clearly some balls were dropped. The question now is who dropped all of them. And now we're even. You know, we're hearing even more Charlie that how close we were, and and again, we'll find out if this is true, too. But er cots, even saying that we could have been a matter of minutes or hours away from the entire system going down in such a way that it couldn't come back. Extended period of time. Have they not taken their steps. All right. Appreciate the information, whoever if that beeping noise, there's somebody trying to call me It's obviously somebody that doesn't know me your nose. What ideal obviously or they wouldn't be calling me. Trying to sell the solar panels. We're on the weather with Spanish Tonio, first news correspondent Michael Bauer coming up in 8, 10 and No. I have not for gotten the senator from the great state of Texas Cruz and his trip and kun. What was he thinking? That's coming up The eight o'clock hour quality sleep is more important. Evers, we balanced life and health and 2021. Not only is it.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"News with Charlie Parker. Charlie is in the building could join us at six o'clock. Take us until Nine o'clock this morning, Tim. Merry Men onboard. Brian Gannon, The 24 hour news Center. Dave Aylor makes the whole thing go. Charity. McCurdy has the morning off. I'm Chris Duel and Kim and Brian. What? I'm hearing from a lot of people online. The big questions are among Texans When we're late she be be open. And when it will water burger be open. Tim, I think you've got some HCB news on when we can expect it to be open today. Yeah. You know, most of the stores were closed yesterday. Think about it. You know all the highways shut down. Their partners couldn't get there to work, so they shut down. They'll be open today. Noon Toe five. Noon to five year H. E B's will be open to day and as far as water Burger, I cannot believe that water burger shut down well, and it's interesting and I saw online. Apparently, a number of water burgers were shut down, but a few were open and there were lines as long as 90 minutes. Get water broker. So Texans want their comfort food in a time like this. I'm just surprised people could get out and get to the water. Burger. Yeah. You know what I might have done has gotten in line of water. Berger got what? I wanted to eat, got back in line and ate it while I was in line, and they've got something else. Then you're ready for the next week. That's the fan of water. Burger. Yeah. Wow, that's the way to do it. Yeah, And I was talking with Charlie. We'll hear more from Charlie here at six o'clock. Apparently Charlie walked to his H E B yesterday and he said when he got in there, you know a lot of kind of a flashback to a year ago when covert 19 started to kick in as far as you know, people, only a certain amount of people getting in at a time. Ah lot of people going for you know the staples like toilet paper and water and things that people are very, very concerned about. So again. Very interesting. How a situation like this affects the behavior of shoppers and especially shoppers in H E B and the things that people go for it, and they may even still haven't haven't still at home. Yeah. They may need more. Who knows, Right? Didn't your hoarding from Go ahead, too. I don't know when this is going to end, But you think about this. This is unprecedented in our area. Not only do we had water burger set down a cheapie shutting down if you had a vaccine appointment, most of those guys Change. True red schools are shut down when there's really nothing going on in this town, right? You know, and you think about it, You know, a year ago, we were all pretty much used to going to places and getting things but because of the pandemic we've gotten so used to people delivering things to us, and they can't deliver them to us. Now, all of a sudden we've shifted back to Ending on our own. It's It's interesting. Well, and Tim, you just gave the litany of things that shut down. You know things that were used to having in life just shutting down as Brian reported earlier, at least for a night. You know, the Spurs shut down tonight tonight. There was supposed to be playing in Detroit tonight due to contact tracing. They don't have the minimum eight players required to play the Detroit Pistons. Tonight. So now we'll have to see you know they have Ah, back to back game that was originally scheduled at Cleveland against the Cavaliers. So we'll keep an eye on that game. See if that one will be on for tomorrow night. See that that 2020 was the bad year. We're in 2021 things just keep happening this year that is it ever gonna end the great question? It's kind of like 2022 point. Oh, I'm still waiting for for all the all the hassle subside a little bit. Lots more coming up. We're on top of everything you need to know your weather, your traffic, the rolling shutdowns of your power. Latest news is right here. San Antonio's first.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"No snowplows. Were they using bulldozers? Yeah. Interesting to see it. Yeah. Texas ingenuity. We're using what we have. That's a great point. Up north there. Snow plows. We don't have him. All right, let's more coming up with Tim. Merry men and me, Chris Duel Right now, Let's kick it back to Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center with the latest headlines. Well, Chris, Of course, the weather is our big story and basically or holy story this morning. A winter storm warning continues. Hazardous driving conditions continue from the snow and ice and about five inches of snow in San Antonio. Maura accumulations in areas to the north. Bitterly cold temperatures cold is in 30 years and the rolling power outages that began overnight because the power grid is under stress and pressure. They're expected to continue through the day. Today. We'll have all the details on that coming up in a 30 now traffic and weather together. Then you need to get something. Gotta find yourself a place with unit up whether cookin something due to make a big cats in which a Roy Rogers we used big head. It's a youngling beer battered cod fish pally with cheese and tartar sauce on a Kaiser ruled down boys. Have a cowboy Canady door, dashing Hubert seats are available at participating restaurants. Your weather Channel three day forecast with a reminder that Ray stages from the weather channel going to join us live at 8 40 for all the latest to stick around for that, But here's the forecast partly sunny today high in the upper twenties. Now what's big there is we're not getting to 32 so not enough or a lot of significant melting of the ice and the snow overnight low 25 So what does melt is going to re freeze. So you got to be very, very careful. Hi, tomorrow 36 High on Wednesday 43 so it'll gently start to warm as we get closer to Wednesday, Right now. Nine degrees with a wind chill of minus nine at news radio 1200 w o Ai Jenny King will keep your workplace healthy and clean to 10495 53 59. San Antonio's first.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"High is projected to be 36 with a Wednesday high of 43 right now, 11 degrees with a wind chill of minus four. That news radio 1200 w O a. I little eagles there for you. That'll soothe you a little bit on this cold, bitterly Cold morning. In San Antonio in South Texas. San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker Tim Merry Men on board from Flora's Ville. I'm Chris dual Brian Gannon for charity McCurdy in the 24 Hour News Center and Tim and Brian. You talk about how dangerous the driving conditions are. The San Antonio Fire Department tweeted out a photo last night of an overturned fire truck. They were responding to up to an emergency call. I mean, you talk about the most highly trained drivers with the best equipment in the world, and they had a had a vehicle flip over. I mean, that's how dangerous it is out there. You see that photo? Actually, we went on a post it on our website, too, so it's there and it's on the fire fire departments. Twitter account, but it's a little scary. Luckily, nobody was seriously hurt. The bottom line is if you don't need to go out, Don't No, absolutely not. And one of the bigger concerns. Brian, you brought this up earlier. You know what if you go out what if something goes wrong because there are so many road closures. You could get stranded. I saw some TV footage a few minutes ago from local television stations showing showing the flyovers transitioning from 2 81 to 16 04. There are cars stuck up there. They've been there all night and and there are presumably people in those vehicles and we've got a wind chill of minus four in at some point. They're probably going to run out of gas and a ability to have the heater's on in their cars. Yes, scary. So s so everything is stressed. Obviously, a rescue personnel emergency personnel E. M s fire police, CPS crews trying tow restore power. I mean, the scope of this Brian is you've talked about all morning long is huge, not only locally but across the state of Texas just stretch across the entire state that that's what's really putting pressure Not only on our power grid system, ero power grids. But also then all of the emergency the text, odd folks and you know here we're telling everybody just stay home, but text on and all the emergency personnel. They're out there. And that's another reason we don't want to, You know, go out unless you just have to because you're putting them at risk, too, Because if you know they're gonna be the ones that are gonna try least to respond to a problem. That's a huge point. Big shout out for everybody out there working hard tex dot emergency personnel people trying to restore power. Obviously, first responders, police officers, firefighters, medical personnel are thanks to everybody working hard in these very, very cold conditions. We're gonna bring you the absolute latest all morning long. Tim Merriman. Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center. Charlie Parker. Charity McCurdy have the morning off Michael Bartlett in for Dave Aylor. I'm Chris Duel. We're with you till nine. It's San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker on.

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"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"brian gannon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Charlie Parker. I'm Chris Dual. Along with Tim Merriman, Brian Gannon, the 24 hour news center will get his headlines coming up in just a moment. Right now, let's get a comprehensive look at your weather. It's news for San Antonio meteorologist Jennifer K. A Thank you and good morning. Happy Monday, Well on this President's day, the snow is coming to an end for the rest of the day. Mostly sunny, dangerously cold. Forecast. High temperature of 23 degrees, but windchill temperatures As low as minus six. It's one of those days where you want to stay home roads will be impassable. Heading into Tuesday. Low temperatures will be in the single digits by Tuesday afternoon. Partly sunny and a high of 32 degrees. Clouds will be increasing Tuesday night. And then as we head into Wednesday, we're looking at a 60% chance of a winter mix of freezing rain and rain. One stays high 40 degrees by Thursday, mostly cloudy and a high of 30 eights going into Friday, mostly sunny and a high of 53 degrees. By the weekend. We fall out will have sunshine and it warms up Saturday's high 66 Sunday will be in the low seventy's stay warm and stay safe. Our meteorologist Jeanette Kalyan news for San Antonio here for you, Thank you so much, Jeanette. Let's get you the latest headlines right now back into the 24 hour news center and Brian Gan. Well, thanks, Chris falling overnight a lot of snow on top of the icy roadways and that's made for hazardous driving conditions this morning. Many streets and highways have closures. Police insurance Department urging you not to drive this morning text on says it is working around the clock to do what they can to make the roads is safest possible. But the scope of the storm is making it difficult and they may need more supplies. The scope of stood of the storm covers most of the state of Texas. You're in the San Antonio area. We had anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of slow on top of the ice. And there the other areas to the north. Even more snow of date inches of snow in the Dallas area. Some areas also reporting isolated amounts even higher than that. Now. The power grid is under pressure this morning and rolling blackouts have been occurring overnight. The Electric Reliability Council.

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