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"caldwell county" Discussed on KSR
"I'm not the coke to cincinnati reds. I'm the managers since you wanna talk to coach. Go talk to the first base coach. Third base coach. But when you dress me. I'm the manager. Cincinnati reds so. Do you say manager manager ever retire. Do you still call them coach after they retire. Yeah and everybody calls my dad coach former players. But that's his former players that's different than when he goes to wendy's trying to say bill curry came by. I would still probably call him coach. i just i. i don't know when we decided that like dion sanders who doesn't coach me in. Anything has to be code. I would just call them prom. Thomas the i like that. I think ron has appointed dion. But you're known as dion. I feel like he's in a separate conversation. He of all people should be able to be called by their first name. He's earned it. We all know him. You say dionne you know you're talking about cow. I'm going to be paranoid at the. I don't even know what i feel like. I've probably said all types of ways. I don't even know now i'm going to be most people call stoops mark. Don't they they might. But i won't. He's coach that's mr stoops. That's so weird. Who's next mike mike. What's up mike. Hey man first time caller who are. I think it was yesterday. You were talking about that. Nineteen seventy-one milwaukee bucks Nba championship team There is a kentucky connection that and probably a lot of your listeners. Know this two players on that team who went to kentucky colleges One of them was started. Greg smith who went to western kentucky. Who's from princeton was dick cunningham. Who backed up. Lou alexander senator He played at murray state in lebanon and rebound during junior murray. So here's a kentucky connection on that i knew of greg smith. We talked about him. I think when we did princeton in the caldwell county When we did that. But i did not know of won't get very much. I appreciate it your first title and fifty years i walk. I love this show. Those uniforms we also have an oscar robertson war back in those days. I wish they'd have brought those out. Wear the black and red pinstripe pants. Yeah throwback log a good basketball town right it is. I mean the whole point wasn't the reason the No way to the lakers were were they milwaukee. Minnesota minneapolis the apples. Yeah so milwaukee's always been there. As far as i know. Yeah all right. who's next. joe. Joe what's up joe. Well i wasn't doing too well. And then i two things happened while i was on hold. One is sounded. Like you're about to say coaches aren't a protected class. Well they were taking class speak. You caught yourself. Because he thought it'd be nudity. They aren't a protected class. I don't understand why coaches have to be treated like they're reverend's or or doctors or presidents. But i guess in ryan's world they are but go ahead. I agree and the other thing was that last caller. Mike he's either. That's either ralph hacker fake wreck wealth hacker that guy is kinder- ralph hacker. 'cause i can only hear ralph ralph hacker. When he spoke did ever good voice wasn't good Nah i'm the reason i'm not doing good. It's i read these responses to your an i l. tweets and i'm truly worried at some point. My head will explode right off my shoulders if i read one more person. Say i'm worried about the lack of room as if this type of thing hasn't happened for centuries as far as the guy in the end of the bench who's upset. He doesn't get recognized kroger or has to wear the kentucky football shirt when he walks around campus. Because that's the only way you can tell people. Hey i'm on the team. Or i totally agree. Nicest hugh happy to break your good. I appreciate. i totally agree with. The idea has gone on forever. It's gone on forever. The star gets the girl like. It's just the way it goes. This will be no. We'll take back our number twos sports radio.
"caldwell county" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Just before his disappearance. News Asians Felisha Bolton joins us from the newsroom with more Felicia Good evening. Good evening. It's now been more than a month since Jason Landry disappeared. Investigators hope this new information will lead them to the Texas State University student. 21 year old Jason Landry went missing on his way to Missouri City, Texas. Investigators say he left his apartment in San Marcos, Texas, just before 11 P.m. on December 13th. Caldwell County Sheriff's Office has now released a timeline of his last known whereabouts. Based on his cell phone data at 11 05. Landry drove his car south on highway 80 and passes under Interstate 35 send Marcus. Two minutes later he enters Caldwell County. At 11 11 data shows Landry passing through Martin Dale still driving on Highway 80 at 11 15. He passes over State highway 1 30. Then at 11 17. He travels through interests and two minutes later interest prayer. Really less than five minutes later, he drove through starting Investigators say at 11 24 the last data from Landry cell phone shows he was going through the intersection of Highway 80 and Magnolia Avenue and lonely. Here's a look at the intersection from Google Maps. After this, Landry stops using the ways app and opens up Snapchat. It's believed he continued through the intersection still driving on highway 80, investigators say About an hour later, Landry's car was found totaled his wallet, phone and some belongings were inside. But the 21 year old was nowhere to be found. Investigators say they also found some clothes with blood on it. They believe he was wearing them before the crash. There were no signs the clothes were forcibly removed. The shares office said the Landry's family and his ex girlfriend have been cooperative and helpful in this investigation. As of.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"B. J on Patrick Osborne and Topping Austin's news. Local health officials are encouraged by Johnson and Johnson single Dose Covert vaccine candidate despite only being 66% effective and immediately limiting moderate or severe symptoms. Travis County Health Authority Marquess Scott says the U. S trials did you a bit better numbers? 72%. Effective at preventing moderate to severe disease. But he says, this vaccine really shines in the weeks after being administered S Scott says a 28 days it becomes 85% effective and 49 days out. It's 100% effective. Texas has hit the two million mark for vaccines given out this week, but within cities and counties, the supply remains very thin. Cedar Park emergency manager John Coming, says Williams and counties given roughly 34,600 doses covering just over 7% of the population. Since this last Friday about 15,000 doses have been administered by family yard to Kelly Reeves Stadium on that Sun City. So between those two sites and of the people who have gotten vaccines 840 have gotten both doses or 1.4%. The Texas Department in charge of distributing covert vaccines has shifted strategy from supplying as many providers as possible to focusing the efforts on the mass vaccination sites known as hubs. And multi Garcia, the associate commissioner of the Department of State Health Services, says they've jump from 28 large scale vaccine hubs to now more than 80, but largely driven because you know, as we shifted to the one the population just the demand for vaccine really, really increase these mass vaccine hubs are capable of vaccinating 2000 people a day. Locally. Bass Drop Hayes, Travis and Williams and counties all have a hub. But Caldwell County is still fighting to get one schedule. Look at your.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"ELISA Brady Fox to use a government watchdog takes a second log it possible interference from within the government. Fox's Jared Halpern is live in Washington, The Justice Department's inspector general will look into whether DOJ officials engaged in an improper attempt to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. Inspector General Michael Horowitz says his investigation concerns the conduct of former and current Justice Department officials. It will not extend to other government officials. The New York Times reported. A former assistant attorney general discussed a plan with former President Trump to remove the acting A G to challenge the presidential race. Former Attorney general William Barr resisted calls to question the election outcome, saying there was no evidence of widespread election fraud. Lisa I'm Jared President Biden signing more executive orders today, one of them reversing President Trump's decision to limit transgender service in the military. One of the Republican senators who still weighing how to vote in an upcoming impeachment trial, says he will not seek reelection next year. Ohio Senator Rob Portman, noting his 30 years of public service is saying he looks forward to focusing on legislative efforts for the next two Instead of fundraising and campaigning. One pharmaceutical giant is dropping out of the race for more covert vaccines. Merc announces it will not continue research or development on two different candidate vaccines for Corona virus disease. The drug maker says that while their formulas Intended to be a single dose vaccine showed promise, clinical data reveals it's not generating a high enough level of immunity to compete with existing incoming vaccines. Mark insists no test subjects showed an adverse effects. Seven brown, the company plans to focus instead on covert treatments. Covert numbers improving enough in California to lift the States Regional stay at home orders They're going back to a county based system. America is listening to Fox sees His radio K L. B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought you by Associated Supply company. Another 333,000 vaccine doses will be sent out by the state this week. Master of Haze Travis and Williams and counties all getting new shipments. Caldwell County, though once again will not 16,500 are going to Travis County. But Austin Mayor Steve Adler says something has got to change with in the supply chain only received vaccine for about 2% of the population, and that is just not near. Enough all 2100 and 50 of Hays counties. Doses are being reserved for people who register online. Williams and county. Oh, get 8200 and bass drop county will get 1000. Austin City Council will soon discuss the homeless encampment Assistants link directing the city manager to implement an initiative that rapidly connects people with services and removes them from dangerous campsites near busy streets. The first phase of that will cost $3 million this week, though counsel's considering spending $9.5 million to buy a motel for the homeless on Picon Park Boulevard in North Austin. The Boston Council members may soon formally expressed concerns about tech stocks plan to widen and overall I 35 many of those concerns Echo those of Mario champion for the Urban Transportation Commission in 2021 Path Project Connect and it's It's a huge deal. We feel like the pulse of the citizens of the city favorite high capacity transit champion, says the plan doesn't properly address congestion or equality and climate change. Council is working on a resolution that could largely mirror the commission's rebuke. And the Dallas Federal Reserve's has 2024 a half percent contraction of the Texas workforce, representing more than 580,000 jobs lost with unemployment still high of the five largest metro areas in Texas. Austin's continues to be the lowest at 5.7% and should shape up to be a pretty nice day out there. That's gonna look good news. Radio K LBJ radar Weather Watch. Mostly sunny this afternoon High 75 clear tonight Low 45 Sonny for Tuesday High 74. From the weather Center. I'm Andy Rob, and I'm Patrick Osborne. You could get Austin News on demand news. Radio. K. L b j dot com You know, Good cup. It's a new year and.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Would build Hammer and Dana Farina Harris Faulkner will now host the Foster focus at 11 A.m., then joined outnumbered at noon, plus a new show America Report. Cassandra Smith and John Roberts at one PM the story with Martha MacCallum slides earlier, 3 P.m.. It's a New year new line up on the Fox News Channel. America's listening to Fox News. News Radio K O B. J I'm John Cooley. This music Service of Associated Supply Company incorporated just celebrate Martin Luther King Day. Houston Tillerson University hosted a socially distance celebration this morning, where Austin's mayor Steve other called for the advancement of social issues in homelessness, policing and opportunity. That our community reconcile its past deliberate policies with the disparities that exist this year. Let our community atone for the systems and the city's complicity in today's outcomes. At the calls on the city to not just talk, but act on the issues in Austin, Only one county within the five county metro area has not received a new shipment of Corona virus vaccines this week, and that's Caldwell County. Travis County has nearly 15,000 new doses, and between Williamson, Hayes and Bastard County's An additional 10,000 and 800 are available. Drivers. County health officials do remind that you are allowed to get a covert vaccine in a county in which you do not live in manner. I Asti officials say classes will be held at 100% online starting tomorrow for students of Presidential Meadows Elementary and Maynor Senior High School District says due to cope it concerns both schools will continue to be held online only until the beginning of next month. Hey, LBJ News Time is 503 now looking Austin's on time Traffic.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"In norm generation rehearsal shut down by external threat. NBC, Washington Staff and Associated Press What took the NBC News Bernie AP combined to report this a dress rehearsal for the inauguration of Joe Plugs. Biden was interrupted today when U. S Capitol Police issued a security warning to everyone on Capitol grounds. The message said all buildings within the Capitol complex external security threat. No entry or exit is permitted. Stay away from exterior windows and doors. If outside seek cover. Rehearsal. Participants were evacuated from the West Front of the Capitol on orders of security officials after a fire in AH homeless in Cannes. A fire in a homeless encampment can affect the inauguration of Joe Biden or any president of fire in a homeless encampment. You know when you boil this all down? The reason the deep state the reason the establishment Is putting more military in Washington for this inauguration we have in war zones. You understand this? We have a greater military presence. Then we haven't a lot of war zones where were deployed around the world. The reason they're building walls. That rival what Trump built on the southern border. The reason the media Arjun ng up scary stories like this of white supremacists ready to make trouble. They are conveniently forgetting what the left did to Washington in 2017, which I just recanted or or reminded you of The reason this is going to be a virtual inauguration with no people now the reason for the constant security warnings That, by the way, seemed to be withdrawn as quickly as they're issued. Why do you think all this is happening? Why are they putting more military in Washington for this inauguration? We haven't war zones. Why are they building walls? Why are they giving up all these scary stories of White supremacist ready to make trouble. They're worried about something. They need to distract you and me and as many as they can. From what worries and what worries them. Could it be? They know the election was not open up. They know that people are right to be mad about something. This is not necessary, folks. I think it's largely made up back in a moment. News radio K O B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by advanced Pain care. The FBI is betting the 25,000 National Guard troops being deployed to Washington, D. C ahead of Inauguration day. Major General William Walker says the beddings necessary We want to make sure that everybody in this bubble of security that we're providing has the privilege to be their Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says. So far, the vetting is not raised any issues they're aware of. As Joe Biden promises to provide a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants, Guatemalan authorities been clashing with 100 migrant caravan that's been making its way North. As many as 9000 people have crossed into Guatemala, most of whom are believed to be headed for the United States and more Corona virus vaccine have arrived in central Texas between Travis Williamson, Hayes and Bass drop counties. Almost 25,500 new doses have been distributed by the state. No new doses, though, have been allocated to Caldwell County for the weak high Today. 72 degrees on.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Whatever you need. Band AIDS. Has Dr S. Scott been setting on his hands? Not acquiring more ventilators and more ICU bed space. Todd has he been? It's been preoccupied, you know, dealing with Kabo, Kabo San Lucas Mayor Adler, right has don't understand it. They keep throwing this fear out there, but even their own reaction to their own fear. Words does not correlate with the fear because I think, Todd honestly, the the cynical side of me. Which is a big side of me right now. It thinks that they want this to happen. I got I gotta be honest with you. I think they want they almost want to go. I told you So, According to the city of Boston scope in 19 dashboard, current numbers for our area show 156 ICU beds are in use right now. With 552 hospitalized. 91 folks are currently on a ventilator now has got urged the public to stay in and avoid non essential travel and group settings while speaking to the Travis County Commissioners Court just yesterday. Any time I've heard the mayor talk about this topic when he's reporting numbers or any ish anything to do with it. Any bad side of it. Most of it is a you know, it's hard to find a positive spin on anything on this, but He almost talks about it with a little bit of a little bit of giddiness in his voice, and any time I do it any time I hear it, I should say I I really think that they would be part of it would be kind of happy if this happened to go. I told you so. See, we were right. We were right the whole time. Y'all y'all? Y'all thought that we were that we were overreacting. No, we were right. We were right. And we could show you that because see all our beds are for all the better for all the beds are full. And Yeah, you're right. I just now We're this far in it. How is it? They're not ready for any scenario? Yeah, that's that's not good man. That's not good at all. Now. Austin currently has a positivity rate of 15%, which is up from 12% of the week prior. And the outlook is grand moving ahead and that number alone right? There is a little deceiving, You know, I mean, that number could change as more people get tested. It fluctuates. It goes up and down. As Scott says. We're just now starting to see cases pop up from Christmas, and he expects to see even more cases in the next 10 to 14 days after New Year's Eve, he says, quote we're getting. We're going to realize those increases in hospital admissions in ICU admissions. This week's, which we will certainly change the outlook next week surrounding counties there Seeing those increases as well. Bass Trop County is a 24% positivity rate. Caldwell County 21%. Hays County 19%. 20% Up in Williamson County and Dr S. Scott says the Is a troubling trend. I want to say this one more time, and I don't want to sound like a broken record. I'll keep it short. But we've got to remember. We've got to remember that when anybody is admitted to the hospital for anything broken ankle ruptured spleen, whatever it is, whatever it is, you're admitted to the hospital for right now you have to have a covert test. These numbers do not mean that there are people lying in the hospital sick. With coveted It doesn't mean that it means that Yeah, Some people also tested positive for Cove it we cannot. They want us to panic for these numbers, but we should not. They keep talking about how our hospital community is, you know, stretched to its limits. When E. Before this virus. We were talking about a nursing shortage in Texas. I mean, that's been a problem for decades. You know what I mean? But I don't see anything from local hospitals saying these things. In fact, I haven't heard that I haven't heard any hospital officials say, Stay home We can't handle to take you anymore. No, I haven't heard that. I haven't heard anything from hospital officials We have yet to hear from a hospital official. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio. K O B. J right now you're listening to the best of the Todd and don show But stay with us. We're live coming up at 5 30 A news radio.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Whatever you need. Band AIDS. Has Dr S. Scott been setting on his hands? Not acquiring more ventilators and more ICU bed space. Todd has he been? It's been preoccupied, you know, dealing with Kabo, Kabo San Lucas Mayor Adler, right has don't understand it. They keep throwing this fear out there, but even their own reaction to their own fear. Words does not correlate with the fear because I think, Todd honestly, the the cynical side of me, which is a big side of me right now, it thinks that they want this to happen. I got it. I got to be honest with you. I think they want they almost want to go. I told you So. According to the city of Boston scope of 19 dashboard current numbers for our area show 156 ICU beds are in use right now. With 552 hospitalized. 91 folks are currently on a ventilator now has got urged the public to stay in and avoid non essential travel and group settings while speaking to the Travis County Commissioners Court just yesterday. Any time I've heard the mayor talk about this topic when he's reporting numbers or any ish anything to do with it. Any bad side of it. Most of it is a you know, it's hard to find a positive spin on anything on this, but he almost talks about it with a little bit of a little bit of giddiness in his voice, and any time I do it any time I hear it, I should say I I really think that they would be part of it would be kind of happy if this happened to go. I told you so. See, we were right. We were right the whole time. Y'all y'all? Y'all thought that we were that we were overreacting. No, we were right. We were right. We could share you happen to see all our beds are for all the better for all the better pool. And Yeah, you're right. I just now We're this far in it. How is that They're not ready for any scenario. Yeah, that's that's not good. That's not good at all. Now. Austin currently has a positivity rate of 15%, which is up from 12% of the week prior. And the outlook is grand moving ahead and that number alone right there is a little deceiving, You know, I mean, that number could change. As more people get tested. It fluctuates. It goes up and down. As Scott says, We're just now starting to see cases pop up from Christmas, and he expects to see even more cases in the next 10 to 14 days after New Year's Eve, he says, quote we're getting. We're going to realize those increases in hospital admissions and ICU admissions. This week's, which we will certainly change the outlook next week surrounding counties there seeing those increases. Well, bass Drop County is a 24% positivity rate. Caldwell County 21%. Hays County 19% 20% Up in Williamson County and Dr S. Scott says this is a troubling trend. I want to say this one more time, and I don't want to sound like a broken record. I'll keep it short, but we've got to remember. We got to remember. When anybody is admitted to the hospital for anything broken ankle ruptured spleen, Whatever it is, whatever it is, you're admitted to the hospital for right now You have to have a covert test. These numbers do not mean that there are people lying in the hospital sick. With coveted It doesn't mean that it means that Yeah, Some people also tested positive for Cove it we cannot. They want us to panic for these numbers, but we should not. They keep talking about how our hospital community is, you know, stretched to its limits. When E. Before this virus. We were talking about a nursing shortage in Texas. I mean, that's been a problem for decades. You know what I mean? But I don't see anything from local hospitals, saying these things. In fact, I haven't heard that I haven't heard any hospital officials say. Stay home. We can't handle to take you anymore. No, I haven't heard that. I haven't heard anything from hospital officials we have yet to hear from a hospital official. Henry is in Cedar Park on the tide of Don show. Hey, Henry. Good morning. Just Yeah, you guys were talking about building out new ICU beds and things like that. I'm actually a nurse. I work in downtown Austin and I've been working the covert units often on since the beginning, building out of hospital beds and Burn ICU in Western 12 months. It's just not realistic in any way, shape or form. You can't be. You're telling me that in America we can't put together an ICU unit. In 12 months. No. That's a new hospital downtown Delphine Medical Center took her with three years to build. Well, that's just ridiculous. Come on. That's just ridiculous. You know that I'm not not everything, Henry. I'm not buying that. We built that F when we built that soccer stadium overnight. Give me a break. Sure did that's come on. No, that's just not true. Henry. I'm sorry. I trust your expertise being a nurse in an ICU unit downtown, but I just don't buy it that we can build more capacity. We've been converting non spicy rooms in dicey rooms left and right since the beginning of the panda, also, it's possible. No, that's not building new stuff that's converting other rooms that usually aren't used for ice. Okay, well, Okay, Now you're getting into Hispanics. How about convert more rooms in the ICU units? We have been doing that left and right. The bigger problem is staffing. You know, nursing as a whole, and I'm a nurse. I've been a nurse for the last 12 years. Nursing as the whole losers. Nurses like Terry few other profession. Oh, I get it. Wait, son of nurses nursing in the first nine years, I got it. I totally get it. We've been talking about a nursing shortage. Like a said for a long time in this all across the country for years. Are you indeed overwhelmed right now? From me. We're not overwhelmed or dealing with it as best we can. Um you know, I'm actually on the route heading into work for my first shift this week, and I'll see what it looks like that the last I heard we still had that stays kind of ships. Are you working? I mean, how many days we keep working? 5 12 hour shifts. Yeah. Yeah, so everyone that since the beginning of the fans are like and how many people are patients, you think you've taken care of I know at all facility since coded, we discharge That's not how many we've had. People unfortunately passed away, but we've discharged as of end of last week over 1307 patients just at the one hospital. What do you want us in the community to do? How can we help you? I mean, you know, I mean, I don't necessarily agree with the stay home, but wear a mask. I see people every single day going in and out of stores. Places like Hee. Just ignoring the sign that says where, Max? Well, I don't. I don't see that at all. I'd see you anywhere. I don't see it anywhere. I was just about a Travis County station last night and William singing as you go Far, Texas and two people walked in not wearing a man's The cashier. Guy said something one of them rolled his eyes and one of them started yelling at him, and that was yesterday. I mean, it's It's not everybody, but all it takes is a few people doing that on a regular basis to keep this thing going, Henry, let me ask you this. How long you been in the hospital Care business? A nurse. 12 years, 12 years. Do you need volunteers? How can we help? In tears because they don't have the training. They don't have. I'm not gonna wear their mass properly if they're on a covert unit, so that things like that. Don't really help. Unfortunately, Henry, have you have you got the vaccination yet? I got my first shot seven days eight days ago. And and so your schedule get the next one was a two week gap. Is that how it works? January 15th party than scheduled some of that sugar January. The 15th There you go with no side effects. Yeah, I had to wake in my arm That was less than much. You shot? Yeah. How are the other nurses and how the other staff holding up Good. I mean, you know what a whole lot of resolve of this is What we do for a lot of us. This is leave you It is. This is just another bug and we deal with bugs every day of our lives. Look what you're cutting your kind of downplaying it, Doctor. Nurse. You're You're kind of you're kind of downplayed a little bit. This is what we do. There was a lot of panic in the very beginning from a lot of staff worried because we didn't know the ins and outs of this particular bug. But I mean, we deal with infectious disease every day. So we do what we have to do it. You know, I mean, the patient care business. I take care of people for a limit to what I do. I wonder what the hospital community is doing to recruit more nurses right now. They're offering tons and tons of money tens of thousands of dollars. If.
"caldwell county" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And five on 5 70 K l I have the big stories you mighta missed because you work for a living. A couple of stories that caught my attention, and this one actually goes back the first one a couple of months. James Allen White has not been seen since he was caught on tape nearly two months ago. He was on October 22nd buying gas for his 2019 black Porsche. At the race track on Inwood. He's now listed in this as an endangered person. So here's what happens. He goes to the L. A fitness in the uptown area right off of 75. Leaves in about 5. 45 goes over to this race track on Inwood fill up his car. They got it all of this on video. There's nobody in his car. He gets in his car and has not been seen since they find the car about a week later. And South Dallas with the keys are still in it hidden between some bushes. It's known to the people in the area. Police know the area to so they don't know what happened. This guy. I have no idea. There's a reward $20,000 families going and saying as you can. Well, imagine it was probably Carjacking gone wrong. See that? And they just wanted nothing to do with the car like when they accidentally killed him. Maybe maybe not the case. I hope the guy's still alive. Who knows? Yes, but That's probably what happened here is another one. This one actually happened about a week ago. Jason Landry 21 years old, goes to Texas State University and San Marcus. Was on his way home to Missouri City. That's right next to Houston. And he disappeared. He had a one car crash on a back road in Caldwell County, near Luling. They found his vehicle in the remote area near Luling, about 30 minutes from the campus, no sign of the student. They found his cell phone and his wallet in and around the car along with some other personal items. Crashed, his car disappeared. They found a little bit of blood in the car, too. They use scent dogs to track him. They tracked the scent. Dogs led them to a pond. They drained the pond. There's nothing there. Family going insane, as you could. Well, imagine guy gets in his car. Apparently, some kind of crash happens. Rural road on a rural road. They think he might have just not been paying attention and somehow ended up In this area. This very remote actually looked at it on Google Earth. It is very remote. And he's just gone. This has now been going on about nine days. I don't know where he is. I haven't heard from him that I didn't have a wallet or his phone. You never know when somebody hit him. Maybe on the rule road. Well, accident. We'll see that. That's what and then you come once again. You're like, um, you you want to save your seared do one terrible person. But you want to save yourself in Syria. Like I'm just throwing the thing in the back of the car and taking it somewhere else. I don't know. See these every now and then. These kind of stories happen. Yeah. I mean, we have Amber alerts because of this very type of situation and Amber Hagerman, unfortunately found a few days later, the body is found. They've never solved that case, but you have these type of things happening all over this country. I'm sure they happen all over the world, but they do happen in this country. And I just I cannot imagine what that would be like for the family. Where there is no closure. There's just wondering what in the world could have happened. Dying. I want to talk to that person so much. I wonder, where is my relative? Where is my son? My daughter, My husband, whatever it would be Awful. Hey, it really is especially just, you know, just before Christmas and yeah, it's college student and then this guy's a high powered executive. Who was a pretty exact person, you know, he did. His job was expected to be on a conference call at 7 30 that morning didn't show up, which was completely out of character for him. This is the guy who disappeared here in Dallas. Terrible and they have no idea what happened to these folks. Five and five. Coming up Next on 5 70 Kayla. J. C. Penney's breath up the Joy sale is on now shop and save on last minute gifts..
"caldwell county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"J s check What's going on Sports wise with Scott Fitzgerald. Turn up my mic there, Tony. Thank you very much. Tio. We're talking little college football. Shall we have to the Hoosier State Indiana Richard Sophomore kicker Charles Campbell collected Big 10 Special teams Player of the Week honors this week after the Jackson, Tennessee native connected on all three of his field goal attempts against Rutgers 42 28 31 yards that's tied for 10th most in a single game in program history. He is the second Hoosier in as many weeks earned accolades, joining junior safety Jamaar Johnson, who was named Big 10, Co defensive player of the week. 13th ranked Indiana is back on the practice field today as they get ready to host 25th ranked Michigan that at noon on FX one former Michigan quarterback now offensive coordinator for the Hoosiers. Nick Sheridan was asked Well, which Michigan defense will you face the one that played Minnesota or the one that laid an egg against Michigan State? I think it's so early in the year. I don't know who you know. It's hard to say who's good? Who's not who maybe just played poorly one week or the other. It's hard to say that you know a ton about you. Oh, Michigan's defense after two games, other than what you would expect from a Ballon Brown and Jim Harbaugh defense would be extremely fast and physical, extremely well, Coach. But there was a lot of very competitive and great place by machines defense. There's no doubt about it the new high school football rankings throughout here in Kentucky, But perhaps the biggest story is six, a number one and nationally ranked Trinity has had to suspend football due to a positive Covad test. The rocks were scheduled to play North Laurel to close out the regular season. That game has now been canceled as far as the rest of six. A number two is North. Hard. Number three is male. Number four is manual ST. Xavier comes in at number six Ballot is eight NPR P Did receive one vote to class 58 Covington Catholic is still number one, while Fairdale in South Oldham received bodes class for a Johnson Central Johnson Central continues to roll. They remain number one. Will. John Harding also received votes in this week's rankings and class 38? No E town Still your top team. Well, the sales slips one to number five in Bardstown jumped to two. Number six, as did Christian Academy, who moved up to number seven in Class A. Casey de jumping three spots there now to number two. Well, Holy Cross slipped one to number four. Bethlehem remained steady at number nine, staying with high school sports, the Kentucky State high School volleyball tournament, playing in play last night around the Commonwealth powerhouse Assumption, it's a three sets to none win over Davies County. Will Greenwood upends North Oldham three sets to one It was Henry Clay winning in straight sets over Corbin McCracken County wins at Caldwell County, three sets to one Mercy gets the Straight sets win over Elizabethtown. Notre Dame wins in straight sets at Wolf County, As did Russell taking on paints Ville and West Justman got a three sets to none win over Scott. So now that sets up the tournament Friday at George Rogers Clark, it is as follows the early game or the early match, I should say, is Russell taking on West adjustment at nine o'clock assumption and Mercy will go at it at 12 30 Reclaim Greene would have The four PM match. Will the nightcap will feature Notre Dame taking on MMA Cracking County and Major League Baseball will hand out Rookie of the year manager of the Year and Cy Young Awards next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The National League Cy Young finalists are Cincinnati's own Trevor Bauer, Yu Darvish and Jacob deGrom in the American League there, Shane Bieber, Kenta Maeda and whom Jin Rue That's looking your sports news radio 8 40 W H s couple minutes up from Will Clark and our headline news coming your way In just moments.
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"In Caldwell county they're reporting their first doubt the new Braunfels man in his forties house lawmakers have been scrambling to get back to DC over worries the coronavirus stimulus package will not pass by a simple voice vote there are fears the Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie is going to request a recorded vote that means that the house members need to be present to cast their votes the more than two trillion dollar measures should be taken up today the U. S. now has the most cases of corona virus in the world data from John Hopkins university shows the U. S. has more than eighty two thousand cases that passes both Italy and China over eleven hundred people have died in the United States most of those deaths in New York and in Washington state all eyes are going to be on Wall Street again today after the Dow Jones industrial finished up Thursday for a third day in a row and puts it on pace to have its best week in nearly eighty years this despite the release of the disastrous jobs claims report released yesterday showed a record three point two million American is filing for unemployment benefits just last week these stay at home orders are meant to slow the corona virus but boy are they taking a toll on San Antonio's economy when you add together all the events that are canceling because of the outbreak and the declining shopping because of the store closures deputy San Antonio city manager Maria via Gomez says the impact on the city's budget is staggering it's anywhere between a hundred and ten to a hundred and fifty eight million dollars in fiscal year twenty twenty this outbreak is so big they expect the economic impact the spill over into next year she says this is going to be bigger than the Great Recession Marco Moreno news radio twelve hundred W. away I the Texas Democratic Party plans at its annual convention online this year party leaders made the decision because of the corona virus outbreak that virtually event will replace a huge convention that was scheduled for early June in San Antonio I haven't decided whether or not that date will change yet that Texas Republican Party just planning to move its annual convention from may to July that'll be in Houston H. E. B. letting customers across Texas and all the stores are still open even though everybody's having to stay at home Comey tweeted out that rumors about the stores closing during the shelter in place are simply not true H. E. B. locations have reduced their hours between eight and eight AM eight PM every day the company is also set up a special service for seniors they can call ahead and order groceries without having to leave their home new university of Texas data.
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"Caught fire earlier this month at one eighty three and Cameron wrote a rocks in flames once again this morning not only is the second fire at that exact location this month it's also the second fire at a homeless camp of the day shortly before four o'clock this morning to people living in a homeless camp off Stastny lane were rushed to the hospital they are said to have life threatening birds the central health district is being urged to offer housing vouchers to homeless council member and kitchens as many Medicaid managed companies are starting to pay for housing because obviously we all know that when people have a place to live they can recover better or they don't get as sick in the first place and on the heels of news that eleven thousand homeless people got services from central health last year she says it is time to step into the housing game but CEO my gaze on says their focus is and has been indigent healthcare not to say the future boards can come and start looking at this housing voucher but we just haven't gotten into that arena of central health already spent more than twenty five million dollars a year just on home was healthcare all prices continue to creep up across central Texas in Austin average price last month was created eighty four thousand dollars off the board of realtors says that's thirteen percent higher than January of last year but the highest growth has been in Caldwell county or home prices are up sixty two percent from a year ago and the Austin city council is expected to take action today on the Zilker Zephyr train Jordan tools brought up by freshman councilmember page Ellis throughout the city will start negotiations to have the Austin parks foundation manage the park train and should an agreement with the foundation fall through the ordinance also directs city manager Spencer croc to find suitable alternative solutions to keep the ride running with the report due back to council by.
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"Second watching TV get right once more news I was getting ready to go to work and all of a sudden we just hear a loud bang and our floor the whole apartment complex everything to start shaking his deficiencies so far they are not aware of any threat to residents in the air quality again I just want to reiterate we have no reports of any hazards atmospheres yeah in the air at this point at about four twenty this morning a blast of the machinery manufacturing plant shattered windows a brokerage doors in the neighborhood at least one person was injured and is being treated no word on the cause of the explosion a wild hundred mile an hour police chase overnight wound up by ten from Caldwell county all the way to San Antonio it started when a cold will county constable trying to pull over a driver for suspicious activity he Florida up and despite blowing out two front tires kept on going all the way to I ten Ackerman road in east San Antonio where he lost control of his pickup and it rolled over he still didn't want to surrender DPS had to approach him with a shield and dragon from the truck he's hospitalized in stable condition no word yet on charges but there will be some Senate Tony city workers but last night walking the streets as part of its annual program to count the number of homeless councilman Rebecca via grand it was part of the efforts as it's more than just raw data they get an idea of why people are homeless and that's really important to know that were maybe improving areas that we need to identify with additional resources last year the number of homeless was on the decline and they're hoping that trend continues a possible corona virus case involves a Texas a and M. student the student is self isolated after coming down with mild symptoms of the virus the patients already improving after coming from Wuhan China where the virus originated the only confirmed case of corona virus in the US is in Washington state there's another possible case in Los Angeles meanwhile Chinese officials are shutting down transportation and at least ten cities to halt the spread of the virus about thirty three million people are affected by today's locked down on the eve of the lunar new year a new virus has killed at least twenty six people and is sick in more than eight hundred airports in New York Chicago Los Angeles and other major US cities have stepped up health checks for passengers arriving from China well the US Surgeon General is urging doctors to try harder to get people to quit smoking a new report this week shows that as a nation the U. S. has yet to quit nicotine and that is something to what the trump administration is turning its attention thirty four million Americans still smoke but the good news if that seventy percent of US adults who currently smoke cigarettes tell us they say they want to quit Jerome Adams is the current US Surgeon General his reports show that there are proven ways to quit and trump administration health department officials say the decline in overall smoking is something the president champions for tax filing season starts Monday the IRS is expected to process over one hundred and fifty million tax returns this year will be accepting returns from individual.
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"Far from over how many people have reported hearing a loud explosion in northwest Houston early this morning including this man who says he not only heard it he felt it was a sick margin TV you can write once more news I was getting ready to go to work and all of a sudden not we just hear a loud bang and our floor the whole apartment complex everything just started shaking he's the thirties a blocked off the area and firefighters are trying to get near the source of the explosion at least one person was taken to a hospital a wild hundred mile an hour police chase overnight wound up I ten from Caldwell county all the way to San Antonio it started when a cold will county constable trying to pull over a driver for suspicious activity he Florida up and despite blowing out two front tires kept on going all the way to I ten Ackerman road in east San Antonio where he lost control of his pickup and it rolled over he still didn't want to surrender DPS had to approach him with a shield and dragon from the truck he's hospitalized in stable condition no word yet on charges but there will be some the wildfires in Australia continue to put animals at risk because their homes burned down its push the limits of animal welfare groups that's why a group of veterinarians from the San Antonio zoo are headed that way director tomorrow says they have a huge task ahead of them the problem is gonna be the habitat but destroyed so it could be a long term care process over in Australia and then really you can't just take them back out to put them into what they need to be back in the right environment he says crews from U. S. zoos are taking two weeks yes where they're going into the wild and rescuing Kowal is and then bringing them back to a safe spot for care meanwhile the three American firefighters who were killed Thursday in the crash of a C. one thirty Hercules water take a plane while helping to battle the raging wildfires in Australia have now been identified as forty four year old captain Ian Macbeth of Great Falls Montana forty two year old first officer Paul Hudson a Buckeye Arizona and forty three year old flight engineer Rick to Morgan junior of Navarre Florida all three were US military veterans a possible corona virus case involves a Texas a a and M. student the student is self isolated after coming down with mild symptoms of the virus the patients already improving after coming from Han China where the virus originated the only confirmed case of corona virus and the US is in Washington state but there's another possible case in Los Angeles meanwhile a new hospitals under construction in the Chinese city where the corona virus outbreak began just find the number the number in the number of cities that are now under travel restrictions across China the government of Wuhan announced it's.
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"They've ever put out the plan should be open sometime in twenty twenty two Eric like of newsradio kale BJ not everyone was happy with the president's visit to Austin hundreds of protesters rallied outside apple's manufacturing plant in northwest Austin among them this woman named she says there's several reasons she's protesting but the most important reason is to protest the legitimacy of trump as president and his abuse of power on the other side hundreds of trump supporters line to welcome him there Travis county Republican the inquiry Joe it's just like they didn't find anything in the Russian collusion it's a narrative to try to get rid of them and undermine his presidency Junglee newsradio kale BJ fifteen years now Caldwell county is seeing some positive economic and population trends Caldwell county judge hobby Hayden says the county's growth has been very welcome since twenty thirteen we've grown from thirty nine thousand two hundred seven people to forty three to forty seven and as everyone who lives in la carte knows that we're growing like crazy since twenty thirteen the unemployment rate has dropped from six and a half percent now three point six percent the number of people living under the poverty poverty line is also dropped by two point one percent in terms of the city of la carte specifically Marilu white says job growth is up three point four percent the past year la carte population is projected to double by twenty forty five and university of Texas to spend it study abroad programs for students wanting to go to Hong Kong this is because of the ongoing violent protests over there officials say the programs in Hong Kong will be suspended due the twenty twenty spring semester but half the UT students currently in Kong Kong Hong Kong have reportedly already evacuated and it is now five thirty four can you look at Austin's on time traffic looks like we have a brand new rec reported southbound one eighty three right it FM eight twelve so watch out for that one but everything else looking pretty good no other crashes stalls out there that should be pushing it too many problems in your major roadways right now let's get a look at your news radio kill to generate our weather watch breezy with plenty of clouds today they'll be a passing shower with a high of seventy nine degrees mostly cloudy and quite mild tonight there could be a sprinkle MO sixty four.
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"Is brought to you by nerds in a flash newsradio kale B. J. Aymeric like him there were some pretty impressive rainfall totals from last night's rains county receive nearly seven and a quarter inches of rain sunset valley in Travis county was Taos to the tune of six point six inches Caldwell county got nearly four inches well Williamson County got just under three inches he'll be Jeez racial Marissa reports the rainfall total for the last day or so was half an inch off the total rainfall from July to September a South Boston apartment complex floods inside some of their units CBS sauce reports some first floor apartments at the urban oaks complex and circle S. road had water coming in through the front door restoration crews are called in to evacuate the water the twenty sixth annual Austin Film Festival is underway festival officials are expecting six thousand people join a writers convention this weekend around twenty six thousand film fans and filmmakers the packed theater seats around the city over the next few days your kale BJ radar weather watch partly cloudy breezy overnight low forty six get awesome news on demand newsradio kale B. J. dot com the tide in done shelf camper metro launching new bus routes and frequency of bus stops hoping to reverse a decline in the percentage of ridership statesman reports ridership has declined four straight years even the the metro rail is down this year by five percent yeah maybe down five percent but we have more people living here Caporetto says they have more people riding but the percentage based on the population of the city may be down but basically they had a bunch of new bus stops they eliminated ones that were not very productive but.
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"Gunfire in high point our officers did make entry into the house there was an exchange of gunfire between are often the subject in the house two of our officers were hit no word on how those deputies are faring this morning Guilford county authorities say the standoff began early yesterday when they tried to serve a man papers he reacted by barricading himself in his home new details in the search for a deadly hit and run driver in Caldwell county according to troopers a great Toyota Sienna fled the scene after striking a cyclist on highway two twenty one last Thursday investigators say the van has Batman yeti and you would see tar heel stickers on the back and also have a large piece missing from the front bumper a new poll suggests a decline in support for president trump among North Carolina Republicans rob Stadler has the numbers the survey done by the Meredith college in Raleigh shows trump's approval rating in North Carolina has dropped last spring it was at forty four percent now it's down to just under forty and the poll indicates it's not a matter of losing democratic and independent voters this time more Republicans are abandoning the president three and four GOP voters in our state like the job trump is doing but that's a decrease from eighty five percent despite these numbers the survey still has trump ahead of possible democratic nominees and head to head matchups I'm rob Stadler Raleigh police are asking for help in the investigation into a brutal attack at a weekend concert a man was seriously injured after he was attacked in the parking lot at coastal credit union music park following Saturday night's Luke Bryan concert the Carolina hurricanes start a four game road trip tonight in Los Angeles against the kings Caroline is off to a five in one start their only loss so far last Saturday night against the blue jackets with continuing news updates on tile Wilson.