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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"This morning, the latest from Harris County Flood Control District, So they're saying that they're monitoring certain channels for flooding right now. That's like the Santa Santa River at Rio via and the Buffalo Bayou area at turning basin. Um, so you know, for the most part, they're telling people that You know, keep an eye out for down power lines. And if you see them, keep your distance from the damage and be sure to report it to the county. All right. That's our reporter. Sarah will Ernst in the field there. Galveston County. Parts of the Coast received 14 inches of rain this morning as The storm did arrive on the coast as a category one hurricane, not a tropical storm, and it did weaken over time. Parts of the Galveston beaches saw storm surges approaching 4.5 ft as well. Now flash flood warning does remain in effect for most of greater Houston until at least nine o'clock this morning. Winds are still gusting out there and close to 500,000 people. Are without power in greater Houston. According to CenterPoint coming up in about five minutes here, maybe less than that. We'll get an update from Chambers County on the power situation there. There are reports of downed power lines. Of course, we just heard about the flooded roads out there. As officials continue to urge caution, Fort Bend County Road and bridge workers have been clearing debris from the roadways. Throughout the night. Repairs are underway where it's needed. As the wind continues to subside. We'll keep you updated on the weather all morning here on news 88 7, but keep it locked here for an update on Chambers County coming up in just three minutes, I met hair of news 88 7. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Cyber reason, a cyber security company dedicated to helping enterprises stop.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

06:29 min | 2 weeks ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Show. Why am I sitting in the studio here? I need to do a show from Buffalo Bayou like right now That's what I should be doing. If you can't go down there, go to your local grocery store in the Houston area. Get something from Buffalo Bayou. They've got everything from the crush city I P a. They've got a number of different flavors. You're my boy Blue, a little blueberry action and, of course, They have got their wonderful, wonderful seltzer their summer Street seltzer because they're based on summer Street. 21 1, Summer Street. Wonderful flavors. They've got hibiscus lime. Uh, Tangie like tangerine stuff, uh, tangerine flavors. It's just it's good things. And so one more hour now be able to drink that beer from Buffalo Bayou and drink my riddles mill bourbon, but you can do as long as you're not driving. So whatever you're doing right now, it's still hot. Relatively early September Saturday as we do this live hope you're at the pool, having from having fun in doing whatever you want to do. The last time I talked about Ali iPhone announcement, the Apple announcement next Tuesday, I made an announcement about Apple, making an announcement about announcing their new gear. The announcement happens next Tuesday before they Begin selling or their product, which is at about three weeks later. Anyway, there is another company called Google, which is one of the rivals. I guess it's it's smart alternative to Apple. Uh, they have an app coat that they have a one of the many, many Google products it's called Gmail. I have a Gmail account. Remember when Gmail first started man. Gmail was a beta test, which means you had to be invited to get a Gmail. Email account. And before I had Gmail, I had a Hotmail, which was owned by Microsoft, because I used to work for Microsoft. But when Gmail came out, they offered like unlimited storage. And it was just it seems so cool. Certainly the way they launched it. Well, you just couldn't signed up for Gmail. You better know somebody who has a Gmail account because they have like 10 invitations. To invite you to sign up for Gmail. That was that was brilliant. Marketing rollout. But Gmail there is actually a Gmail app. And it's quickly becoming Google's do it all. App The Gmail app is soon going to be able to make voice and video calls. Yes, I know your lovely little iPhone could do it. Yes, I know. Your video calls can be done in so many different ways from zoom to Facebook messenger to what's happened, Whatever. But Google is rolling out a larger Google workspace. That's what it's called update and then it's going to add direct calling through what's called Google meat that's been around So Google Mobile app When you download it, it's going to have Google meet and ET And Google workspace and you're going to get the call up your co workers and all your contacts for a little one on one. When email just won't do. Nope. Okay, I think this that's fine. Am I going to use it? I don't know. Are they a little late to the game? Potentially. I mean, if I do want to make a video call, Yeah. Probably will use Zoom. I also use Facebook messenger, too. Facebook messenger is is that is a great, easy way to use video calling also. I When I call When I called friends buddies when I come somewhere, and I want to, you know, video call my girlfriend. I'm travelers a bit like that. I'll use Facebook Messenger. Because to me that will always pop up on your phone. Oh, somebody said all it just starts ringing it versus zoom. Generally, you've got a schedule or send a link. Everybody get on over here. I mean, there's different ways. So I am I going to? I mean, I don't even think she uses Google or I'm sorry, Gmail. So that may be it, too. But you know, I'm down with what they're trying to do. I think Google's ambitions for Gmail. They're pretty clear. Like Microsoft Outlook. They want to become that gateway for all your office communications, not just email. Not just Oh, by the way, the occasional meeting Listen, Google's directly competing with Microsoft office. You're going to use it. I don't know. Should even Okay, checking out in Garfield at gmail dot com. Look at me giving up my government M Garfield at gmail dot com. I just don't think it's fascinating how I grew up and I was a kid little kid in the seventies and I was watching the Jetsons. Uh, I guess it was repeated the Jetsons and you know they would make these video calls. You know, George would be at work, and then he would call Jane and Jane just woke up, and Jane didn't have any makeup and her hair was all for mashed. Jane went answer and push a button all of a sudden, you know, she would. They would put her like a fake mask on her to make her look beautiful. That's kind of like what the Snapchat filters right now You know what I'm saying? And then I'm thinking, you know, and I go through the rest of, you know, 30 years later, and I'm you know, I go to college and the only way for me to talk to anybody, and I got to call my parents. I gotta pick up the phone. I gotta call long distance and pay for that. I got to ask him for Money in my account, and I'm thinking, Are we ever going to live in a day where we can video call? Now It's like, Oh, by the way, Yeah, whatever. Can I be honest with you? I really thought video calling was going to be more of a hit. Then it is more of an old my goodness. Are you kidding me? I am making a video. I am here at home, and I'm talking to one of my buddies across the country. Like a phone call, and now it's like, okay and we get we get used to the technology. I mean, years ago before all the zooms in, and obviously it certainly, uh, Facebook messenger or Face based on The companies with 20 years I've been doing this this tech stuff and they would send me these cameras to hook up to your t V and you would go in your den and you put the you put this little camera underneath your big screen. Relatively big screen T V and the microphone was there and then you sit on your couch 15 ft away, And then you would have to You'd have to have a manual to figure out what channel to tune to make sure the other person on the end of the line around the country has the same camera and pick a time to talk. It was horrific. I'm thinking this is never going to work. And nowadays boom, we're here. Jane, stop this crazy thing..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"After the Taliban approved Those planes landed in Qatar cleanup time in eastern Canada after a brush with Hurricane Larry. Nearly 30,000 people remain without power and the roof was blown off of an elementary school in Saint John's the province capital. In Newfoundland. Residents in the Atlantic Coastal province woke up two streets littered with branches and debris torn and tossed by the ferocious winds and sheets of rain of hurricane Larry Larry made landfall as a Category one storm with sustained 80 mile per hour winds just after midnight. Right on the southern coast of the island. That's foxes and Carrick. Despite the widespread damage, there have not been any reports of injuries. I'm Pam Couso, and this is Fox News. Halfway to have the hour that is halfway through the high tech Texan show. Just got finished telling you about a little bourbon. But now obviously something cooler and easy to reach for and something that you can actually buy in the state of Texas on Sundays. After 12 PM beer, Buffalo Bayou Brewery, just a gorgeous brewery, and you know what? Right now they are watching guarantee what's going on. They are they have the TVs on college football is on their outside. It's a three storey monstrosity of a beautiful brewery just on the outskirts of downtown Houston, probably the best view of downtown used in in the city. Great food. It's a fun atmosphere right now. I need to do a show. Why am I sitting in the studio here? I need to do a show from Buffalo Bayou like right now That's what I should be doing. If you can't go down there, go to your local grocery store in the Houston area. Get something.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:46 min | Last month

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"All right, well, the glass in my hand, the empty one Here is It's kind of an appendage that's just stuck to me here. Part of my hand Now it's the Sam Adams. Boston Lager glass. You know, I'm gonna break glass pretty much every single show. It's just it makes everything better. In fact, Um, yeah. If if you drink beer out of this glass, true story, Um your kids will be born with no clothes on. There you go. Wow. That's pretty crazy. That's that's a great glass. Anyway. Everybody here in Michigan My home state has been telling me. Hey, have you been to homes? Burry? You got to go to homes Brewery, bro. Hey, you gotta check out homes Brewery over in Ann Arbor. Have you been? No, I haven't been. But guess what. I managed to get my hands on some homes, Beer home home, and that's hou mes and this is the format. Double I, p A and the Dipper and unlike with the Buffalo by you can that you have there, which generally has a story tells you all about the beer. This just says Format Dipper, doubling the fll double I P. Apparently, that's all I need. And so I'm gonna crack this open and, um, yeah, this was a really hard to find beer. It was only available at one location in the entire state outside of the brother. Listeners like to do going scavenger hunts to find the beers that we're talking about. Yeah. And then Yeah, exactly. I know. And then I went ahead and I rolled the camp. Well, everybody's like you got to talk about homes. You gotta get homes on the show, and I'm like, fine. I'll get some homes and it looks like grapefruit juice. It's all hazy, Hazy beer looking at that, and it smells like grapefruit juice and hold on. Oh, Yep. Tastes like good decision about taste like a about an $8 Can. Yeah, it was a very expensive war pack. What's the thanks I think I bought. I think it was like $22 for the four pack, but it's dry. Hopped with cryo pop and sit draw hops, giving you notes of Citrus, tropical fruit and stone fruit. Um, you know, I think that description hits it. Thank you for the online ad. It was worth the price tapped yet was it worth the price? You know if this is your style? Yes. Um, so, yeah, That's me. I'm like, Yeah, that's brought the table. I kick things like it. I like it. Kick things off with the Buffalo Bayou Brew. Incoming. Lighten up, and Chad brought the dipper. That's right. The format depa from homes, Berry. We'll talk more about that when we come back, But James got stuff coming up. We're gonna talk about beer for breakfast, giggling, refrigerated. All this and so much more. Coming right up the official. What's on tap radio? Fun Fact of the week. Get ready for that. We'll be right back. Craft beer. It's not alcoholism. It's a hobby. This is what's on tap radio. Notice. So good to finally see my Bay Bridge.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:08 min | Last month

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It was the night of May 5th Joe Campos stories stopped by the 21 Club in Houston, Second Ward on Cinco de Mayo 1977. The city of Houston was rocked by an appalling death. At the hands of the city zone. Police at the time Houston's police department the reputation of being out of control compost or is an Army veteran, had been arrested in one of Houston's Latino bars. But instead of taking him to jail, police took him to a secluded spot on the bank of Houston's Buffalo Bayou. Our source says the officers decided to teach Torah is a lesson. His body was found floating in the water two days later. Mama. They found a boy. Mama. Somebody killed our boy. But when the officers involved were cleared, Houston exploded. Jackets and Shields were handed out. Oh, my God, you know they wanted to burn that place down. The arsonist wrote the name of Joe Torres on the wall. People responded the rocks and bottles shouting Viva Jose Campos Torres! The community's demand for justice led to an audacious experiment. Five young Latino officers were pulled out of their patrol cars and offered a chance to become America's first Latino homicide squad, and he's how would you like to go to homicide? I didn't know what homicide was with little training and even fewer resources. They were tasked with solving homicides in Houston, Spanish speaking neighborhoods and rebuilding trust. They were given 90 days to solve as many cases as they could. This is a police story, but it's not the one you've gotten used to hearing. This is good afternoon from the Bonnie leaving the white home Traffic center 3 47. This report is brought to you by Tri Counties Bank and right now westbound Camp City, the El Camino Avenue east on Ram, not an injury collision vehicles are in the center Divide. Also, North Carolina Barbecue Street had a hit and run involving a semi. That's the one that kept going. Apparently so watch out as they investigate that westbound on 50 slow go starting at what that's going to take you down about 65th before it clears out eastbound Cap City. Heavy in Midtown. All the way to Cal Expo Westbound is gonna be sluggish from the Marconi curved to the American River..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Was the night of May 5th Joe Campos Torres stopped by the 21 Club and Houston's second Ward. Single, DiMaio 1977, the city of Houston, was rocked by an appalling death. At the hands of the city zone. Police at the time Houston's police department the reputation of being out of control compost or is an Army veteran, had been arrested in one of Houston's Latino bars. But instead of taking him to jail, police took him to a secluded spot on the bank of Houston's Buffalo Bayou. Our source says the officers decided to teach Torre's a lesson. His body was found floating in the water two days later. Mama. They found a boy. Mama's. Somebody killed our boy. But when the officers involved were cleared, Houston exploded. Black jackets and shields were handed out. Oh, my God. You know they wanted to burn that place down. The arsonist wrote the name of Joe Torres on the wall. People responded the rocks and bottles shouting Viva Jose Campos Torres! The community's demand for justice led to an audacious experiment. Five young Latino officers were pulled out of their patrol cars and offered a chance to become America's first Latino homicide. If anybody is located Giuliani's law license It's been lost somewhere in Washington, D. C and maybe on the streets I.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

06:47 min | 3 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"A couple years. Just celebrate an anniversary. Not 1/13, like our friends at Southern Star just did. But a little below man. They make great beers neighbor Chris even know I was just saying Chris, um, he always has in his fridge. Hipster sauce, always. That's a beer from 11. Below it is that we're not EPA from 11 below that big mistake to man. It's a good style. Good stout. Yeah, but this segment is brought to you by Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company because I have a beer to pull out the Arctic cooler over here. This is Yeah, This is you're like, Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is the food pairing portion and our friends at The backyard grill. They they always, you know, uh, they take great care of us. But today, you know where I was. I was downtown downtown hanging out down there Sawyer Yard and I looked up at the skyline headed back toward the Galleria in there. Was a beacon was a beacon of beer, bliss, hope and flavor and creativity. And there it was Buffalo by brewing company so Took the hoop Dee over there squealed the tires in the parking spot slid across the hood because I could have some oil on the parking spot. Yep, and then I and then went inside and I picked up from Buffalo by your brain company because they have a wonderful restaurant. Their chef Arashi knows us. So go ahead and give me a number of him for show up and that guy right there. Seems common to go with wings until you go to really good places that have really good wings. Yeah, you can get wings anywhere You really can anywhere. But are they good wings, right. We always break about the ones over B Y G, But we'd never bragged about the wings and buff brew and we have curry wings. These are dry rub curry wings. And we were hearing some dry rub barbecue as well. And you might be thinking dry Rub curry. I'm not a big fan of curry Stop talking right now. Everybody shut up! Go over there and try these things. There is a little bit of a like a tangy nous to it, And they're absolutely fin freaking tastic. Now the problem I'm having, though, is the beers that we have already cracked open to new and I p a say, do not really gonna roll with them. They work, but it's not a great pairing. So I think we're going to try and experiment. Yeah, we will. Whether work who knows? But I do have something in the Arctic cooler that I do want to pull out the soft cooler. That is now I know how you feel about fruit beers. Okay? Blueberry, not a fan. Chad Hayes. Blueberries Devils. For what about strawberries? Are you good in strawberry beer now and I really is. Okay. What's another fruit that you don't like? Don't like? Yeah, and beer in beer. Jesus. I mean, just I mean strawberries. No. How about this? Let me tell you what I do, like like cherry. Okay. I like I like Cherry. That's good. That's all. Good. Um I'd only blood orange. There's another one. I don't like blood or and so I don't like orange. Not a big fan of orange blood. Orange. I like grapefruit. Okay, um, What's your thoughts on raspberry? Oh, dude. Okay, stop right now. Raspberry is if blueberries are the devil's fruit. Raspberries are the Angels fruit You love raspberry sweating at the old eyebrows when he said that love raspberry because just feed my face given name drop for, uh, my good friend Ryan. Over at Buffalo by brewing company and he's uh he's the head broom. He's a brewmaster Brian Robertson. Yeah, Yeah, And I was hanging out at his house playing after lover. Oh, yeah. Look at you, given plugs for your liver. We have game night over there because, you know, we're good friends who lived down the street here that if your liver brought f your liver for game night or scratching your liver, you scratch ours. Let's just say if your liver turned into karaoke night in karaoke night was on point win. Ben's another. Come all these name drops. Yeah. Okay. So wind bends over at Lakewood. Fantastic. Fantastic at karaoke. He's us not so much, but but it was fine. But you know what you have to your liver. So it led into that, But he gave me a bearded apart with to bring to the show. I'm ready and the bureau um he wanted me to bring to the show is the white rad c. I thought it was gonna be black. Raz. No, this is the white rabbit. Black raises a stout This being a white raz b. You know what? What? What Style is it? Do we know it's a wit? Oh, wit. Fantastic. Speaking of which beer? We're gonna go little foreshadow. We do have an interview coming up, and I think it might have something to do with that beer style. In fact, I'm gonna go so far as to say. By the way, the technical producers they didn't see that on crack the beard got a little over the air and making out a little. Yeah, the can was a little excited. All right, so I'm gonna pull this Give you the 16 hour hand it over dry, fruity blonde. I love raspberries. And I'm not exactly sure if this is going to work, but that's the fun thing about doing a pairing. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. So yeah. Hold on. Hold And don't you don't taste it. Okay? Just pour in my glass door right now. Right now, Dude, you won't like it. No, no! Oh, dang it now I can't take it. Um, that is rich on the raspberry. Yeah, By the way, I'm drinking the rest of this just saying you keep. No, I'm keeping it. And now, um, just real quick. Uh, food pairing Raspberry. Uh, Belgian went not going with spicy or curry wings. Do you know you? I mean, tried it. Actually, I was look at my fingers here, which are not supposed to do in the covid era, but that's a cool thing. We've got bottles of sanitizer all around us. And we do in fact, have bottles of same time and we got paper child, but, um, yeah. How about this swinging the mist on the food pairing? This is the pair Segment where we, uh go ahead and try and find a food pairing, But I'm gonna or a beer pairing with our food, But I'm gonna tell you right now we really didn't try that hard, Did we? We just breached in they'll article and pulled out the buff White Raz. And said Fantastic beer. Okay, Fantastic wings check. Alright, Flavors together, Uh, nose ring in a mess. Now, what would you do A parody if you were gonna the ideal beer. Obviously, the white rest didn't work. I would go you know, with with the curry wings, I'd probably go a little bit more on a traditional pale ale side. I don't want to overdo it because I don't want the intensity because it the Curry is subtle, so I don't want to over. Power. Remember you power beers and food together with with intensity. And I think just a straight up American Pale ale would be a nice one, Maybe even in English Pale ale, too. It's a little bit multi and bread here, but it'll be fine. That would be good. And then on the barbecue side, um truthfully, little smoke on the by U B. That's barbecue in a glass smoking to buy you a fun fact about the smoke on the by you of five different barbecue restaurants, smoke the malts, and then they get it all back, and then they make it into the beer. So the Houston area barbecue.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Here. It's good to be with you guys. Uh, demand for fireworks is higher this year. I'm not really sure why, but Even worse, though, is that the prices are so high that you will have to surgically reattach your fingers. Isn't that crazy? Both of those things very expensive right now reattaching your fingers more expensive than ever. And, of course, the cost of fireworks. You know where they sell the best fireworks. Out in the country, small towns on the side of the freeway rural small town folks, generally not wealthy people, right. That isn't to say that there isn't money out in the country. Just like in the city. The rural parts of good old USA have the combination of poor and rich people. But I was thinking about small town living earlier today. A lot of people are fleeing from big cities, thanks to the pandemic in the 16 19 critical race theory riots that erupted all over the country last year. There's a lot of small towns in between Houston and Dallas, and they don't all necessarily of rich folks living in them. In fact, many are kind of poor, depending on where you are right. Poor is a subjective statement. But for some reason, affluent liberals like Joe Biden Mayor Pete Booty jig and let's not forget old. Uh well, that's not. It's not forget about Lina Hidalgo. As a matter of fact, they want to build more railroads, particularly high speed railroads. They want to do so using things like eminent domain laws. I want you to think about that while I talk to my next guest here. This is actually not a news story about the rural people in small towns. But in some ways it is because right now, here in Houston, there's a controversy over whether or not I 45 could be expanded. Here's far left Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo explaining why it just got this expansion to I 45 a major freeway on the north side of Houston, which is used for evacuating hurricanes will not be expanding the message from the bank administration to text that is very clear. You can't bulldoze your way to a massive infrastructure project without community input without considering smarter transportation options. And you can't bulldoze your way through the Civil Rights Act, the Civil Rights Act. The logic is that expanding the freeway with disproportionately affect poor people. Um, persons of colour and poor people are a little of both, and they live in the city in low income neighborhoods. There's similar controversy happening all over the country right now since Biden took office Mayor Pete talked about this earlier this year. The federal government doesn't want states in big cities to build freeways so here to help me explain exactly what is going on how this started. Why it's happening. Holly Hanson, a good friend of mine, one of the good journalists out there from the Texan News, Holly, Good afternoon. Did I explain this right? I'm sure. I probably left some details that there's so many details, but you did a great job of introducing it. It's you know, it's an interesting issue. This this plan to work on Interstate 45. It's called the The Interstate 45 expansion project. It's been in the works for 15 years. So there's been folks involved in planning it and taking a look at you know what are the best ways to handle the situation for all this time? But once the Harris County Commissioners court changed hands, and Lina Hidalgo was elected in 2018, and then you have Adrian Garcia and Rodney Ellis, also representing on that That body. They came out in opposition to this plan. Uh, they say that it would displace too many, uh, low income community. They also are very much against expanding the highways. Lina Hidalgo has said that you know more lanes equal more congestion. So they actually filed a lawsuit back in March to stop the expansion. And they Yeah. How could I'm Sorry. I'm sorry. I feel like my ears are playing tricks on me. It sounds like you just sad Lina Hidalgo things if we add more lanes to the freeway. There's going to be more traffic on the freeway. Wouldn't the opposite. Be true? Uh, well, I like to do is recite her quote, she said wider highways just mean more congestion and say what they've advocated for is an alternate plan, and they've been going back and forth with the text off and the $7 billion program. Trying to get them to revise the plan so that there won't be any expansion of length, in fact, and we'll get into this. But Commissioner Ramsey said they're advocating for a plan that would reduce lane in in some ways, and, uh they asked the federal government to get involved and that actually has happened now. So you have your federal highway. Uh, administration has now sent a letter to text dot telling them. Basically, they have to halt the program. And it's so stupid. I'm sorry could continue. Well, let me tell you one other thing. It was interesting. I some of your listeners may know that County Commissioner Tom Ramsey was almost Michael Barry this morning, and he had some great information about this program that again. It's been in the works for 15 years. It's a $7 billion project. But within that project, there's about $2.5 billion. It were designated for drainage programs. So we've been talking a lot about flood mitigation and drainage. Here in Harris County voters approved $2.5 billion bond in 2018. And there was another 2.5 billion wrapped into this program that would have addressed some of those flooding issues down in Houston, where you've got what is that white oak by you and Buffalo Bayou. They intersect their huge problem, but that was wrapped into this. This program. Right. And that makes sense. Okay, so we all know we don't want racist freeways. Obviously, nobody wants to have a racist road. Of course. Of course. Absolutely. But considering that this freeway we're talking about is on the north side of Houston. Right? Well, it's technically on both sides, but It's running north and south, which means if you needed to evacuate from Houston, the biggest city in the south, the biggest city in Texas, hurricane prone city correct me if I'm wrong, but we need I 45 to evacuate the city. Do hurricanes know that roads are racist? And are they sympathetic to that? Well, that is one of the arguments that we've heard from. You know, the proponents of this project is that part of the reason they need this expansion, and this road has not been expanded in 30 years. So it's it's not kept up with the growth in the region. But a huge purpose for that highway is evacuation in the path of a hurricane or tropical storm, and it doesn't just affect Houstonians. It's all of the communities that are south southeast and somewhat southwest of Houston. So you know we've seen some issues in the past where there was some evacuation in the Operation for hurricane and a lot of congestion coming through the city. And this was designed to help mitigate that problem. Uh huh. So again, you know racist roads very important. We stopped the racist freeways but the same people who want to stop building racist free rate ways. Also right now, at this exact specific moment, want the infrastructure bill to pass? It's hard for me to ignore the fact that just yesterday I think a pedestrian bridge in Washington D. C.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"After the central bank there, said executives were told to step up enforcement of a government ban. Regulators appear worried that despite a 2013 ban on Chinese institutions handling Cryptocurrencies run financial system might be exposed to indirect risks. Major ground gained on Wall Street Buy stocks today The Dow is up 586 points. The NASDAQ Rose 111 points. This is NPR. 88 7 in Houston on Gail DeLaughter. Houston's police chief, is responding after a violent weekend in the city. At least nine people were shot and five were killed in separate incidents. Police chief Troy Finner says a pandemic can be blamed for delayed legal proceedings along with the loss of social services. We are experiencing none an increase in homicides and also, uh Aggravated assault involving handguns were at 42% increase from this time last year. Vendor says he'd like to start with getting repeat offenders off the streets and into court. Houston's fifth Ward is getting a nine hole golf course is 88 7 shaven. Herndon looks at what it means for the neighborhood. For some of the historically black community that sits in the heart of Northeast Houston. A golf course is a welcome attraction. Harvey Clemons is the chairman emeritus with the fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation. To be able to within walking Justin's bike ride destined to come over and with your Children and your spouse and is the kind of attractions that, uh, we look to bring to a community where people want to live, work and play. Clements says. The 150 acres along Buffalo Bayou have been vacant for years. The project will also bring opportunities for neighboring high school students were excited about the Possibility PJ Golf Association to bring an opportunities for students to learn how to be grounds. Keepers come to work within the even the restaurant area. The course is set to open in 2022. I'm shaven Herndon in Houston. Some Houston area teachers could be finding out tonight if they're getting a pay rates Spring branches. SDS board is set to vote on a budget for the coming school year. The board is also looking at a proposal to absorb some of the cost of employee health insurance..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on Houston Matters

"And i was telling the the whoever answered the phone that I really liked the bike lanes. On allen parkway i lived in austin also prefer austin for biking There's a lot more streets that are that have actual bike lanes on them and That's okay thanks for the call him for the comment. Yes i think there's a big that's a good point. I think there's a big difference between simply having a little bike lane that is striped and having a dedicated area for for biking on a street. Many streets are very wide wider than they need to be I agree that along. Allen parkway is a good place to bike along the buffalo bayou there but you wouldn't want bike in the street And and people got all up when you take away lanes from cars But in many cases they're really those streets are overbuilt for traffic anyway and they can easily give up a lane for bicycles. But you have to dedicate the the lanes and separate them from cars Mario rights. I'm all for pedestrian safety. I do have to bring up the subject of the heat. Even if we make the city in the region more walkable will people actually walk to and from spaces in this heat. That's a good question. And i think that goes to the question of the urban environment and the way it's constructed It kind of depends on where you are. If you're out there in the hot sun yes it's a very difficult situation. If you are in a shady area as i am here rice Walking people walk around on the rice campus all the time all year long And that's partly because that's the culture here. There are many people who walk many many people but in addition to that because of the shade. It's pleasant so shade. Makes a difference and shade. As mel distributed across the city right many poorer neighbours particularly. Don't have very many trees and it's it's pretty miserable errands in cyprus but says aaron says I worked downtown and asks. Are there any plans to move toward more roundabout intersections in houston the research. Aaron says and studies support the evidence that roundabouts are safer and more efficient for pedestrians and motor vehicles alike. I don't know if there is a movement toward a roundabout. She'd have to ask the city about that. I i really don't know. But i do agree that it's a bit of an adjustment at i switched around about But as but once people get used to them they actually carry more traffic. People get where they're going faster and it is safer yes it. There's fewer accidents it counterintuitive. I know if you're used to stop at a stop light but actually true are there particular neighborhoods areas of town that that you would point to say that is really where the city of houston or harris county are texts that somebody needs to move on that space quickly to improve walkability and viability their man..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

08:21 min | 4 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Houstonians simone biles won her seventh all around gymnastics championship last night but her sights are set on more olympic gold. This summer will controversial scoring for new volt. She's been doing damage. Those hopes. i'm craig cohen today. On houston. matters will discuss it with the defender networks terrence harris. Also this hour. It's the first monday of the month so we once again. Welcome your huston. Ian pet peeves. Whatever small annoyance has been building up in recent weeks. We hope you'll calmly and rationally get them out of your system and have some fun doing it by joining our group known session at talk at houston matters dot org or seven one three four four zero eight hundred seventy also ahead ahead. It was a beautiful weekend but was that enough of a respite from the previous two weeks of rain to relief saturated ground. We discuss it and remind you what streets in houston tend to be most likely to flood during less pleasant weather. We'll start with the news. Update from npr. Stay with us. this is houston matters. I'm craig and good morning this hour. It's the first monday of the month. That means it's time again for our community mon session what we call houston and pet peeves from driving and shopping to grammar and littering social miscues in blood pressure spiking behavior. If it grates on your nerves we want to know about it. We'll try to help you get whatever it is. That's frustrated you out of your system calmly rationally and hopefully will leave you with a smile on the process. Email you ranch now to talk at houston matters dot org or call us at seven three four four zero eighty eight seventy first. Let's talk about the weather. Aside from the occasional shower it was a beautiful weekend across most of greater houston a respite from a long stretch of overcast skies. Dumping quite a bit of rain. These last two weeks the end result has been pretty saturated ground and the barker reservoirs a little high in recent days. Fortunately there are now only slight chances of rain this week it could have played out differently of course if we got a lot more rain this week we will have had the formula in place for at least the potential of some of the usual flooded streets except that everyone in houston knows what the usuals are and we thought during this welcome break in an otherwise rainy stretch. This might be as good a time as any to talk about them. Jeff winner is a meteorologist with the harris county. Flood control district matt. Lanza is the managing editor space city weather. Jeff matt good morning. Good morning jeff. Let me start with you. I gather we did not see the sort of wet weather we could have had seen this weekend. Nevertheless there's been reason to note higher levels of water in the barker reservoir. How has that water been flowing last few days. We're very fortunate that the reservoirs did not receive significant amount of rank we could've seen and Good news this morning. It looks like close addicts barker or at peak at the moment. The pools anyways and Those levels should be starting to fall over the next couple of days as releases. Continue down buffalo bayou so right now the porvenir releasing about twenty two hundred cubic feet per second from the reservoirs and Get they have to keep it below about three thousand So they don't produce impacts on buffalo bayou so as long as as we get a little bit of dry weather this week. We'll have improving conditions on those reservoirs and the good news is unlike last week. When we were thinking we might have intact the roadways we no longer expect impacts on highway six or private parkway. Well you just jumped ahead to kind of next question. Which is those are always. Six eldridge westheimer parkway's those are spots. That do have a tendency to flood even just a little when there's enough rain. In the reservoir pool rises this is because they're built through the reservoir right. Yeah that's exactly right. All three of those berkeley's go through the land along with Falker ciphers and clay road and addicts and The good news is elevations about a flip below elevations on both reading fours which would Tact breath so that's good news again. We don't expect impacts on that In addicts ended parker. Would you have park lands out there. those are underwater enclosed at the moment Again but those are built in the reservoir and they do come from time to time jeff. Are there other streets in and around the houston area that are traditional streets to watch out for high water during any sudden downpours. Oh absolutely you know you look at the feeder roads especially at forty five our prepa golfing tidwell Portions of i ten east I really honestly just any street in our area. We start getting rainfall rates of two or three or four dollars an hour the speech you're actually billed as part of the drainage system. And so they're meant have flood when we get these really heavy rains to hold that water temporarily until the underground systems and catch up and bring that water to the creek value. And so it's always a good idea to remember this time of year we get. These heavy rains never driving to that high water and and generally speaking. If you just wait you know. Twenty thirty forty minutes. That water is going to go down pretty quickly and you can go about what you do. The other thing is if you typically have a route that has you know funding tendencies and gets high water heavy rain. We're having these episodes ahead of planet different route because there's potentially going to be that high water and You know as we always say never even to that turn around. Don't drown matt landa. We had an interesting stretch. These last couple of weeks of a lot of rain. And i heard chatter from some houstonians about how it seemed like the whole month of may was one green storm but in fact it was not anything record setting rain right. Yeah i i think the month of may ended up in somewhere near the top ten of whether or on record You know it was certainly a wet laws. And i've been telling people it's not unheard of by. It's not necessarily common either to have Month like the obey hitter legit and have been You know we we definitely got a lot more ringing what we would typically yet But you know certainly for producing nothing. Unprecedented by any means and i think all things considered we kind of walkout necessarily because you know if there were some flooding here there but You know better than probably could have Given all the rain that we had in the circumstances heading into the weekend. You and eric burger space city whether you were noting that it was a tricky forecast to grab hold of. What about the next several days. Become less streaky. Yeah i can still become a little bit easier. Once you get these upper level system out of their fixer. You know what was okay modeling here. We have to suffer store and get gradually work. Its way out but We're gonna see some continued impact into this week with You know that combination of seabreeze daily thunderstorms but that has seems. It started seeing last thursday and friday. The bomblet started dry out this weekend. Out today If you look at the seven day forecast from the national weather service the to the city of us zero You go north excuses. There will still be some storms especially today with like going into this afternoon. And they run into those if you're traveling But for the next several days Not so much to speak of it. It doesn't look like there's a ton of risks either way But because all these things can always change but right now. We're pretty good about the next few this before we let you go space city whether launched its own app last week which we know about it. Yeah i did about our pretty bad for for people basically to the Place for you to grab a quick forecast a quick overview of the radar at get access our close. Repub your From your phone as requested by a lot of people for a long time ago something we really kind of resisted But we finally gave in and a pretty happy to read that It's a pretty cool. That i actually We can say search back. We're happy here. Badlands is the managing editor at space city weather. Jeff lindner is a meteorologist with the harris county flood. Control district gentlemen. Thanks very much. Thank you and up next. Let the community. Mon session.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KTRH

"Exit react, causing a minor delay. It's also constant supply traffic back on the 45 coming from Aldine Bender. Get in London in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center of the storm system, which brought him on several weather last night stand a few Sprinkles and showers to our East. Today's moved onto our eastern away from US Northwest winds in its wake, and it's been a cool Thursday or low temps tonight. Down to 42 degrees. It's a little below average. Partly cloudy Friday. 57. You're 60 this weekend. I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore. The weather channel was chilly. It's 54 Galveston. This hour. 55 Now with the ktrh top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center 501 Our top story. 14 million cases of covert nationally more than 3100 lives lost yesterday in California, instituting another shutdown today. At a press conference this afternoon, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner continues to tell residents to wear a mask and keep gatherings to a minimum as the local cove. It numbers inch higher. The only really two that we have is the nuclear one that I have, for example, and that is to put a curfew and it's at some point in time in terms of the occupancy limits in terms of what restaurants and others Can operate. That's the governor's control. That's not my control. The mayor, saying he's looking at all options reporting 1137 new cases, along with three additional deaths, the mayor again suggesting a curfew could be in Houston's future but did not commit to one a vigil to remember. Alexis of Sharky Plan for 5 30 Buffalo Bayou Park is postponed indefinitely. Still no word on Sharkey's cause of death. Her body was found on a roadside in northwest Houston. Saturday..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on KTRH

"1 ft totals in some location south of the city, Remember, turn around. Don't drown. Do not drive your vehicle across flooded roadways. Footing is the number one killer from tropical system. 71 degrees are low overnight and the biggest rains march north east away from the city Wednesday morning Showers. Cloudy in the afternoon high of 80 and then some brighter weather Thursday Friday with seventies and eighties. I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore. The weather Channel. It is cloudy and 74 in sugar land. We're seeing rain showers. In Conroe. There is still a river flood warning in effect for much of the listening area. Here in the Galleria. We're seeing some rain showers as well. 73 of the rage, Tom Tax Defenders 20 forever. Weather center. Carrots news time is now 301 our top story, while Harris County still under a flash flood concerns. From what is now Tropical depression beta as it continues to dump heavy rains across southeast Texas, crews have been conducting high water rescues since the last 24 hours, including Harris County Precinct. Two people were often the Beltway in Caroline Parkway. And also a story of Boulevard of Black Hawk. We has married with him what it was really deep. This man in peril and is upset with continued flooding in his area. Frustrated I mean, we went to civic club meetings. We've talked to council members, and it seems to be nothing being done about the situation over here. Both Clear Creek and Buffalo Bayou are experiencing flooding with more rain to come through the night and into the morning. UPS is looking to hire thousands of seasonal employees here in the Houston area, the carrier announcing it will take on more than 3000 temporary workers at its 12 facilities across the city. Pay for package handler starts.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"People see her walking along the riverbank by yourself and children are warned not to go out in the dark because lawyer run on my snatch them up and throw them into the river. So there couple different witnesses. There's one guy named Patricio and as a boy in New Mexico. He and his parents saw out in the woods tall thin women walking along the creek. She floated over the water towards them and vanished. And then moments later reappeared much closer to them. No actual movie that's coming out and disappeared. Again. Fuck no, another guy has name was at the fanny. Oh epifanio. And he and his brothers got into a big fight with their parents. And remember there's the story line or the version where it's like oh show. Also, like if you just respect your parents will come. So he was in a fight with parents with his brothers and all of hem and his brothers decided to leave the ranch, and they took the horse and carriage. And while they were running away, they were visited by tall woman with a black net over her face, and she showed up by sitting between two of them on the carriage. No. She said nothing at all and stared at them, but had totally black is you couldn't see back at her. You just knew she was staring at you. And she stayed there until Epifani decided to turn the horse and buggy around and head back home. Wow. And at that point, she said, I will visit you again some day if you argue with your mother again, and then vanished boy, and Santa Fe, apparently there is a building called the public employees retirement association, building or the para building, and apparently that sits on the land that was once an old Indian Spanish graveyard near the Santa Fe river, and a lot of people swear that law your has visited them many times in that building. Oh, gross people have seen door slam windows open on their own and they hear crying throughout the halls. And they feel unseen hands pushing them when they're on the stairs. Okay. Apparently children who visit the building. We'll also see her and be scared to approach her. So bring your kids workdays, not fun. Not bet. They don't even have that anymore. That's been canceled forever. Apparently, some kids in South America actually have a version of hide and seek where the seeker actually plays the role of law your own and has to call out for the Haider's by saying where are my children? That's so twisted creepy that hide and seek. It's so ready or not here. I come. Where are my children here? Come for my children, make them into the afterlife. And finally in nineteen eighty six. There was a Mexican woman named wanna J you wanna wanna and she attempted to kill all seven of her children by throwing them into. And also by throwing them into the buffalo by you and Houston. No. Apparently, this was oh, no. That's so messed up in Texas in nineteen six. Oh in eighty six. Yeah. My eighty six oh shit. Okay. So recent so this is actually documented this myth actual crime. She threw all seven ever kids into the buffalo bayou and Houston, Texas. Oh my God. And she was trying to escape her husband from domestic violence, and she didn't know what to do with her or her children. So she threw them into the bayou two of them did not make it the other five survived and she was only put on ten months of probation. Well, but during an interview they asked her why? And she said that she was law your own. Oh god. And that. How I can't imagine your kids like most kids get the story of law. You're on your mom's like, I am around infinitely worse. It's like I only gave birth. You. Just throw you in the river. That's really really sad. And like just tragic. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. And that and there's a movie also coming up, but that is all the information. I have about. Okay. What story what the story? What does story? I only knew the basic version, but I didn't know much about it..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Flooded. May maybe only if you hundred did not or Pronin takes minute driving tour of the area. He's president of the Lynn Democrats this area has flooded multiple times in recent years. Pronin says residents have been repeatedly promised infrastructure improvements, but they feel forgotten still got a mortgage stuck in a house that is flooded multiple times can't sell it. And there's just this mounting sense of just like agony out here. Prune wants the flow of federal dollars. Sped up to help reduce the impact from future floods. He's also worried about the growing influence of climate change and making big storms, even bigger, but the man who represents this area in congress nine time Republican incumbent John kolber Sohn has long questioned the scientific consensus on climate change to this day. Even after Harvey John Culbertson will not admit to manmade climate change. Change kolber Sens democratic challenger Lizzy Fletcher, an attorney who has never held political office forcefully acknowledged the reality of climate change. But that was during the democratic primary today, she still talks about flooding, but you won't find any mention of climate change enter campaign website and get a chance to ask her about that her campaign rejected my interview request as did John kolber Sens polls show nationwide climate change just isn't a big deal for most voters and in conservative, Texas, avoiding talk of climate science all together, it's not unusual. I'd say people are a little bit wary of using the term and Olsen runs. The buffalo. Bayou partnership, a nonprofit that oversees a ten mile stretch of creek that flooded last year. She says Harvey was a wakeup call climate change is something that I just think now people in Houston are realizing is. Something that is going to fact Houston in the future. And the topic doesn't have to be taboo, if you're practical about it. And not hysterical and have concrete solutions. I think people will listen Bill white is a former democratic mayor of Houston, his home also flooded last year, by the way during White's mayoral tenure. He talked up energy efficiency and Houston a city that runs on oil and gas money invested heavily in renewable power white ads that voters were more than okay with that not bragging. But you know, I I was reelected by ninety one percent here..

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Did you guys do an episode harvey gary yeah so it was funny because well i wouldn't say funny because i couldn't get here nasa was straight up closed and i live right off of buffalo bayou so when harvey hit it's a it's kind of this river and all the floodgates dumped into this river and so the floodgates got filled up so they let them loose on buffalo bayou and the whole thing flooded two levels i've never seen it's flooded once before since i've lived there but not to this level and so the road that usually take to get to nasa was completely underwater so that i wasn't going anywhere that time i mean it was it wasn't long that we had started the podcast it's only two months or something but i was like i think it's appropriate to say something about it because i just to acknowledge that this is happening so a couple of days afterwards the level started going down and people were kind of all over the streets just checking out the area because everything had been underwater for two three straight days and so i just kind of recorded like an update just like here's guys we're all you know a lot of things happen people lost their lives within houston and you know a lot of people were ffected especially you know homes and in in one way or another and just sort of just acknowledged that but i went out with a i had a portable audio recorder my own personal one and i just recorded i wrote a script and printed out an update i mean it was really hard to work just because you know everyone was out of commission pretty much but i figured this this is the right thing to do so i actually walked across the bridge to buffalo by and recorded on the bridge the water was right underneath me and the sidewalks where the where we're supposed to be the sidewalks completely underwater right next to me but i was on the bridge and i recorded it right there on buffalo by so recorded outside but it was just like a two minute update but i could successfully say that we never missed a week that's right we never missed a week that was crazy.

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"buffalo bayou" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"buffalo bayou" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Did you guys do an episode harvey gary yeah so it was funny because well i wouldn't say funny because i couldn't get here nasa was straight up closed and i live right off of buffalo bayou so when harvey hit it's a it's kind of this river and all the floodgates dumped into this river and so the floodgates got filled up so they let them loose on buffalo bayou and the whole thing flooded two levels i've never seen it's flooded once before since i've lived there but not to this level and so the road that usually take to get to nasa was completely underwater so that i wasn't going anywhere that time i mean it was it wasn't long that we had started the podcast it's only two months or something but i was like i think it's appropriate to say something about it because i just to acknowledge that this is happening so a couple of days afterwards the level started going down and people were kind of all over the streets just checking out the area because everything had been underwater for two three straight days and so i just kind of recorded like an update just like here's guys we're all you know a lot of things happen people lost their lives within houston and you know a lot of people were ffected especially you know homes and in in one way or another and just sort of just acknowledged that but i went out with a i had a portable audio recorder my own personal one and i just recorded i wrote a script and printed out an update i mean it was really hard to work just because you know everyone was out of commission pretty much but i figured this this is the right thing to do so i actually walked across the bridge to buffalo by and recorded on the bridge the water was right underneath me and the sidewalks where the where we're supposed to be the sidewalks completely underwater right next to me but i was on the bridge and i recorded it right there on buffalo by so recorded outside but it was just like a two minute update but i could successfully say that we never missed a week that's right we never missed a week that was crazy.

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