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"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"Congress remain divided over another round of Corona virus relief enhanced unemployment insurance, adding $600 a week and benefits expires Friday in Congress has no agreement to continue it. Republicans want to continue this aid before it expires. What the Democratic leader says. Love that made solved. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is traded words with minority leader truck Schumer over the unemployment benefits. A Republican plan would continue the enhancement reduced from $600 Schumer says. That's unacceptable and we all know That the proposal that is in existence now has kept millions out of poverty. Another negotiation session between top Democrats and senior White House officials is set for this evening. Jared Halpern, Fox News Houston mayor Semester Turner today, launching a new covert 19 initiative aimed directly at the city's Hispanic and black communities. People testing positive the number of deaths, especially in communities of color, and especially in the Hispanic community. We have no choice but to go directly into the neighborhoods go door to door to provide the information that people should be receiving volunteers with the better together campaign will start going into those neighborhoods this weekend. Baylor University will male students mandatory Corona virus test kids students are required to take the test as soon as they receive it. It must have a negative test before returning the campus for fall semester. University, says it'll begin sitting out the test next week. Any students showing infection will be required to wait 10 days before returning to campus. Harris County commissioners approved another $10 million for those who need help. Hit by layoffs or medical bills, and earlier $15 million allocation dried up in a hurry. County Commissioner Adrian Garcia says they knew they'd be able to help out 20,000 families. But more than half a 1,000,000 applied, He says Eligible applicants can receive upto $1200 in rental assistance. News time. 403 time to check your money. Here's rage Money, Man Pack Shan brought to you by diem auto leasing dot com. And good afternoon. Corey stocks closing today, mostly lower the Dow industrials, finishing the day down by 225 points, closing at 26,003. 13 s and P 500 down 12 points, 1/3 of 1%. The NASDAQ actually up in the green Today of 44 points, all in all, not too bad, considering all three indices were down sharply this morning. Anywhere from 1.5 to as much as 2%. Markets were down after they got a look at GDP for the second quarter, falling at an annualized rate of 32.9%. Remember the keyword annualized Most media outlets have got this one wrong all day long today. That's a annualized number, not just for the quarter to put it in a better light. Second quarter GDP down 9.5% compared to the first quarter Oil down a dollar 35 $39. 92 cents of arrow go Old also lower, down $11.10 an ounce of $1942. Finally, after the clothes it's like a Super Bowl Sunday for technology investors. Amazon reporting after the bell their stocks up 4.5% Apple reporting after the veil their stocks up 4.5%. They're going to do a four for one stock split. Facebook, they reported after the bell their shares up 7%. And finally ALF event That's the parent company of Google their shares their little changed with the check of your money from the Office of Heritage outside Advisers. I'm patch in produce Radio 7 40 k. D R E Cinemark theaters and Katie and Webster will reopen Friday with new protocols in place, including limited capacity and constant cleaning masks are encouraged for customers and required for employees. Castro's air off today, they open a weekend. Siri's in Anaheim against the Angels tomorrow night on Sports Talk 7 90 Rockets resume their season tomorrow night against the Dallas Mavericks..
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Battle may be brewing between state and local officials over when and how your kids may return to school I'm Craig Cohen Today on Houston matters how a letter from the Texas Attorney General led to a policy change by the States Public Education Authority, which may lead to legal action from Harris County. New Eight seven enters Schneider explains then University of Houston political analysts, Beth seamus in Harare Cortina join us to weigh in on that and also explore why early voting is being extended why the president's visiting Texas again today and why Dhaka policies are changing it's our regular Wednesday political roundup. Plus how video games offer a social outlet in a socially distanced world and Houston Astros coach is one of the subjects of a new book prompted by a Nineteen Eighties era pack of baseball cards. These and other Houston matters follow this hours news. Good Morning. This is Houston matters I'm Creko and coming up the growing battle over return to school plans socializing amid social distancing through video games and an author chasing down retired ball players heads to Houston. But first, let's learn a little bit about what matters the Houston today covid nineteen or otherwise courtesy of news eighty, eight Sevens Eddie Robinson Good Morning Eddie Good Morning Craig, Yeah Houston, and. Harris County saw an increase in new corona virus cases yesterday at nearly fifteen hundred, that's up from about eight hundred, fifty new cases on Monday. However, the Houston area has had several days this month with more than thousand cases at a daily. So overall, the city and county are reporting forty, four, thousand, seven, hundred, forty, nine active cases of Corona virus about twenty, two, thousand people in our region. This, recovering from the illness. Now, the death toll in the Houston area that's ticked up a bit to about six hundred seventy people that includes around one hundred, eighty deaths in Harris. County nursing homes are speaking of which with the nursing homes. Let's zoom out and check fa'atau fatalities statewide. The number of deaths in nursing homes has doubled since the start of this month the Texas. Tribune reports at more than eleven hundred. These facilities make up thirty percent of the state's total death toll, the state health, department. Had previously refused to release details about individual facilities, citing privacy laws but the attorney general's office recently said that the department must provide that information and did so for the first time earlier this week now we do have some good news craig, the positivity rate we always talk about that the positivity rate for corona virus tests continue to fall. In Texas, currently, it's at twelve point eight percent. Now, that's still higher than what health officials would like as many would like to see the rate below five percent. The governor has said anything above ten percent is a red flag the state hit that rate back in June, and then earlier this month, the rate surged like crazy but a few weeks after bars were shut down a mask order issued these cases appear to be leveling off and just a few minutes just heard in your billboard that you'd be talking to our own government report, Andrew Schneider on this note about schools but latest, the latest news that dropped the Texas Education Agency says schools that are shut down only based on local health orders. Will Not get state funding at updated guidance came just hours after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said only school officials can order a closure, not local health officials. So all this craig fierce debate in Texas among local governments, health officials, parents, and teachers on how an win to open schools during a pandemic Greg. Thank you very much Eddie. That's news idiot seventy. Robinson. End as he said, the TA's reversed its policy in this case. Saying the state won't fund schools that stay closed due to a public health mandate Harris County Commissioners in response. Tuesday decided they want to look into legal action against the St Andrews neither does cover politics and government for news eighty, eight, seven he joins us now good morning Andrew Good Morning Okay. So earlier, this month Texas Education Agency said school district's could put off the start of in person classes without fear of losing state funding. And then the Attorney General's letter yesterday just changed the agency's mind. Essentially. Yeah. Having the what the what the attorney general sadness letter was that. school that public health authorities could not close or schools closed as a preemptive measure they can only do. So if there was an actual outbreak in progress. and what happened from the TA followed directly from that does he have the legal authority to four school districts to open up schools for in person instruction? Even if local health officials say it's a bad idea. Well. That's that's probably GONNA wind up in a court challenge to determine whether he does have that already and that was the. That was the upshot of the decision of the Harris County commissioners very late last night they were in session until well after midnight as just one of the last things that they determined in the in the course of the meeting the. Commissioner Adrian Garcia specifically requested this in a resolution which passed three two along party lines asking the county attorney's office to do everything within his power to make sure that local authorities could carry out their their health duties during the pandemic and that included that that would include. Checking the Attorney General's rolling, you mentioned this was along party lines as so many votes have been commissioner's Court. Over the last several months what did those commissioners? WHO said no no, there's no reason for us to do a legal challenge here. What what exactly did they say? They didn't go into terribly great detail about it. They the the closest that that I saw was that. Commissioner Keiko was saying that he didn't think it was his responsibility to try and change the legal mind of of the Attorney General. And what was there any kind of response to that from the three commissioners who voted to approve this step forward? well, they basically, they took the position that this was something that was absolutely necessary in the current circumstances that they weren't they were not going to. That sit by that that they're not gonNA risk children's lives that was the the the line that Commissioner Garcia took that that that essential the children's lives were were on the line by forcing the schools opened under these circumstances is not just children. Of course, it's also teachers and staff some of them who who in some cases may it may be an increased health risk for them Exactly and there were a long line of teachers and education officials.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"And the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. Oh, I think it's probably a good time do have some weather. He'd alerts up for large chunks of Texas and just a few stray showers at most into the mid week forecast warm nighttime low temps. Also at 80 degrees overnight tonight, mostly sunny Wednesday, 95 degrees and 96 on Thursday he didn't to seize at 100 And just a stray shower Rain chances going up again Sunday, Monday early next week. I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore. The weather Channel 83 degrees in The Woodlands 82 in spring 82 at the K. T. R H Top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center news time to a one. President Trump says he'll veto the National Defense Authorization Act. If it includes changing the names of military bases named after Confederate generals. They act, which authorizes Defense Department spending currently contains an amendment that would create a commission to come up with a renaming plan within three years on Twitter. Trump said he wanted to slam the amendment from Senator Elizabeth Warren. Who he called Pocahontas and praised brave bases like Fort Bragg in Fort Lee, saying they were instrumental in winning World War two Harris County businesses must continue to mandate mask for two more months. Commissioner's court voted 3 to 2 to extend the order to August 26. The mandate was set to expire yesterday. Commissioner Adrian Garcia says it's better to go beyond just another month..
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"To 2 to extend the order to August 26. The mandate was set to expire today, Commissioner Adrian Garcia says it's better to go beyond just another month. If you Decide to shorten it, so be it, But I want to make sure that you have the runway and the flexibility to handle this pandemic. Fort Bend County is also extending its mask order for businesses. But through the end of July, Texas Workforce Commission is suspending its work search requirement due to the Corona virus pandemic. Twc was playing to reinstate the rule next week, which requires people on unemployment to prove they've been looking for a job. State on a point rating is currently at 13%. U. S Army now confirms they're working to identify human remains found during the search for a missing Houston soldier. The Army's criminal investigation division says the partial remains were found near the Leon River and Bell County near Fort Hood early today, crews have been in that area for weeks, trying to find Army private first class Vanesa G. N She vanished in late April from a Fort Hood parking lot. Tim Miller with Texas. EquuSearch says the remains have not been identified, but the search for GM has been suspended until they do so. The European Union reopen its borders today, but most travelers in the U. S are banned because of the Corona virus still being too prevalent. Woodlands Congressman Kevin Brady says it is a big deal country needs to lay out a strategy in planes dealing with his global pandemic. I believe trade travel and continuing to grow our business and trade relationship with EU is crucially important. Brady joining fellow Congress members who want to see a middle ground found, for instance, they note. Mexico allows Americans tender after undergoing a health screening. Joe Biden met the media today for the first time in months as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee held a news conference. Laura Trump Trump campaign adviser in the president's daughter in law, told Fox News radio that it's about time Biden emerged. 89 days to be exact. Joe Biden has come out and really answered any questions from the media. He's been hiding in his basement. About three months now, And when you're running for president of the United States, that is a long time to be gone without taking. You know, a couple of the softball interviews like we take When asked today by reporters if he has had his cognitive abilities, tested recently by and replied that he's quote constantly being tested. Fireworks, not the only reason to look to the sky this fourth of July. That's because the moon will pass through the Earth's shadow in a lunar eclipse, making the moon appear darker. The eclipse will be visible through much of the Americas, July 4th and fifth. Although viewers in the northwestern US will only be able to see it at moonrise..
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"Top story this hour. Many of the protesters we've seen for weeks. Have you noticed their ages? Their kids, teenagers, young adults in their twenties. So how is that sitting with their parents? Have you asked yourself? Well, here's Katie Rachel's clothes, Saunders. Maybe you've asked your parent friends. Probably not so well. Education expert Gene Berg says she's watched the riots and if these were her kids, she'd be mortified. This is what we're saying. We're seeing parents. Could probably hide in the shadows, because if it was my child out there, and they were doing that I would be mortally embarrassed. So why are these kids doing? This Is that the way they were raised, or is it the crowd that they hang out with? You have to be vigilant As a parent. You your kids are hanging around with the pressure is so intense for them that they feel like they have to, you know, engaged in whatever criminal activity going on. But she also said it's stores all the parents wanting to be friends with their kids and not, you know, actually. Parent. Right, Jimmy. Why you looking at me? I tried because you started let you started laughing as I was delivering that one. Well, I'm just beyond I'm listening to the excuses that we're using is to the wire kids have turned out the way they are. I mean, you know, first of all, They're individuals. No, you can't. You can only do so much for him. But if you if you send him off to college, unprepared or without, instead of shoot, they're getting it in case 12 before they even go to college, right? We had two generations of kids have gotten it, You know? Well, you've got to be vigilant, That's for sure, and has been a very liberal and even now, leftist generation The MBA could let players where social justice messages on their jerseys when the season resumes. That would be July 30th in Orlando. Houston Rockets first came back will be against the Dallas Mavericks in July 31st More attacks on American history. Princeton's board of trustees is voting to remove President Woodrow Wilson's name from its school of public and international affairs because of his racist views and policies. That's a quote It reverses the decision four years ago that kept the name president decided to look at it again because of the George Floyd death. Now the Duke isn't good enough for the woke California Democrats passing a resolution demanding Orange County's John Wayne Airport be renamed because of racist and bigoted statements again unquote made by the actor decades ago, the airport was named after John Wayne died in 1979. Hollywood even further to the left. The Simpsons no longer will allow white actors to voice non white rolls. The announcement after a decision by Fox's family guy to recast the role of Cleveland Brown. He's a black character. Who was voiced by actor Mike Henry, who was white. NEWS time. 7 34 Harris County Judge Lena Hadda go spending the weekend self isolation. She was exposed to a cove in 19 by a staffer last week. I urged her to get some rest, but I know her all too well, and she's not resting. She's working. That's Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia, on our TV partner Channel to now Texas reported more than 5500 new cases of Cove in 19 yesterday. At the positivity right right now for the state is up to 14.3%. There is a some good news in this because we were reporting 7000 cases last week daily. And that has been steadily going down. It was 5500 yesterday. Starting today, Capacity at Texas restaurant dining rooms is going to be cut by order of the governor to 50% bars were shut down by the governor's order on Friday. Totally shut down. The Texas Bar nightclub alliance is now suing the state of Texas over this because they say they've been singled out over other businesses. Seven of Greg Abbott, criticized by many in his own party for how he's handling this crisis. Many conservatives don't like this mask order, but vice president Pence or his allowance of local entities to do their own mask orders. The vice President Mike Pence in Dallas yesterday, says he supports Governor Abbott. Let me take this opportunity. To command.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"I'm concerned if they're considering closing like other school districts have so that was more of are we considering closing the school for the kids safety and like switching to K. twelve in doing everything online ads for my TV partner Jenna to AJ as the emphasize there are no confirmed cases associated with the district a proposed cost cutting move by Harris County commissioner Adrian Garcia met with stiff resistance by local constables Tuesday I'm aggravated right now I really am because I don't understand why not five hundred seventy two employees is having to go through this we sound a little angry because we care we don't know what you care about but we researchers the eventually pulled the two items constables are upset the former sheriff wanted order reviews of constables dispatch functions and contract deputy program in which neighborhoods pay for extra patrols U. S. transportation secretary Elaine show was in town yesterday announcing a twenty two million dollar grant for the port of Houston forty million dollars total for the Lone Star state this is a very competitive grant one out of ten applications were successful so congratulations Texas you have a lot to be proud of thank you for the important role that you play in contributing to America's economic success port officials say the money will be used to offset a two year fifty five million dollar project along the ship channel well the James harden scoring thirty seven points Houston beating Minnesota one seventeen one eleven last night snapping a four game skid the rockets are losing streak which bands to season high came after they won six in a row and dropped them to sixth in the Western Conference with playoffs are fast approaching the rockets will travel.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"I'm concerned if they're considering closing like other school districts have so that was more of are we considering closing the school for the kids safety and like switching to K. twelve in doing everything online that's for our TV partner channel two H. I. Esty emphasize that there are no confirmed cases associated with the district a proposed cost cutting move by Harris County commissioner Adrian Garcia was met with some stiff resistance by local constables Tuesday I'm aggravated right now I really am because I don't understand why not five hundred seventy two employees is having to go through this we found a little angry because we care we don't know what you care about but researchers the eventually pulled the two items constables are upset the former sheriff wanted order reviews of constables dispatch functions and contract deputy program in which neighborhoods pay for extra patrols S. U. S. transportation secretary Elaine Chao was in town yesterday announcing a twenty two million dollar grant for the port of Houston forty million dollars total for the Lone Star state's this is a very competitive grant one out of ten applications were successful so congratulations Texas you have a lot to be proud of thank you for the important role that you play in contributing to America's economic success port officials say the money will be used to I'll set a two year fifty five million dollar project along the ship channel while James harden scored thirty seven points and the Houston Rockets V. Minnesota Timberwolves one seventeen to one eleven snapping a four game skid yesterday at Toyota center rockets losing streak which best season high came after they won six in a row and dropped him to sixth in the Western Conference with the playoffs fast approaching or I could travel to LA for a Thursday night.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"Closing like other school districts had so that was more of are we considering closing the school for the kids safety like switching to K. twelve in doing everything online that's for my TV partner channel two H. I. S. T. emphasizes that there are no confirmed cases associated with the district a proposed cost cutting moved by Harris County commissioner Adrian Garcia has been met with stiff resistance by local constables today I'm aggravated right now I really am because I don't understand why not five hundred seventy two employees is having to go through this we found a little angry because we care we don't know what you care about but we our research he eventually pulled the two items constables are upset the former sure I've wanted to over order reviews of constables dispatch functions and contract deputy program in which neighborhoods pay extra for patrols K. T. R. H. news time is now eleven OO three allow voters in six states went to the polls today to voice their choice and democratic primary elections Michigan state officials say their state's full election results will be delayed until mid afternoon Wednesday Michigan secretary of state John Flynn Benson asking for everyone's patience explaining the minor set back while some jurisdictions did have the resources to staff their absentee counting boards as if this were a general election others could not and those jurisdictions that were able to do so will likely have a more complete unofficial results tonight others will continue working through the night and into tomorrow to process and count all of their ballots these projects former vice president Joe Biden will defeat Vermont senator Bernie Sanders in the Michigan primary well the Astros broke their losing streak they got a win earlier tonight.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"Great ride joy ride dot com the school worker busted for sex with the student online Nikki Cordy at seven thirty on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. we're gonna check the traffic and weather together beginning with Stephen fox the only acts that we have left working is going to be that close on the outbound side of the north freeway shut down as you approach west road your delay stretch back from little York and you also have a closer to eighty eight north bound at south more that is due to construction delays stop from McGregor I'm Stephen foster the KTRE chuckled because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center dry conditions in cooler temperatures heading into this Saturday if you clowns initially then plenty of sun this afternoon will be windy at times with a high of sixty five wins will diminish overnight and a little dip to forty four under clear skies a sunny warmer Sunday with a high near seventy in the warming trend carries over to Monday was more sunshine and high climbing to the upper seventies I meteorologist Jeff Mar from the weather channel forty nine from the nest Kelly gaming twenty four hour weather center it's seven thirty one our top story a fifty one year old woman who worked out were they in high school was in court overnight charged with having sex with a minor a finality on the Gulf freeway at Colin leaves one person dead another in critical condition or three separate racks Irvington park on cavalcade street the Houston food bank increasing to commissioner Adrian Garcia are giving out free turkeys on a first come first serve basis that gets underway at ten this morning news on demand at K. T. R. H. dot com we'll have another update in late breaking news as it happens I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. you know when we get nasty storms going through here hail storms so some hail storms being on the news today somewhere in Texas but I'm pretty sure didn't happen here but when that happens this storm chasers come barreling through please always use a reputable local contractor like Brinkman quality roofing services for any and I mean any kind of storm related work because when there are storms like that and the storm chasers pop through you got to be careful not to sign anything until you're comfortable with the contractor the scope and the cost of the replacement that's where the forty plus years of experience a Brinkman has and bring in family has providing quality roofing.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"On the ten seven of fifty two now you're in Houston's morning news precinct to commissioner Adrian Garcia was the one that brought this resolution up this universal background check resolution it was passed on a party line vote three to two one of the no votes belonged to our next guest there's county precinct four commissioner Jack a golden Jack I think your constituents made it pretty clear they didn't support this that thing all absolutely we get ten to one twenty to one emails and calls on folks we don't want to have this type of issue yet and here's the here's the fundamental question that a lot of folks that came to commissioners court to testify against this would say is why a lot of folks realize that the role of county government supposed to fix the potholes in your county road to keep the bathrooms clean in your in your county parks to to take care the bond that was trusted to us on flood control to keep water out of homes but here we are engaging in these national global issues we don't have any of authority to do anything with gun control and yet we're passing resolutions to try to engage in these national and state issues let alone were wrong on that three to the boat but but why are we even changing in these things that's not the role of county government we were told by someone from the NRA yesterday that is because it now puts it on the agenda of the Harris County going to the state legislature in there for you can now use taxpayer dollars in order to lobby is just political isn't it yes yes you where we're now we're now going to utilize county tax funds to go to the legislature to lobby to try to make these types of changes and this is a pretty global request that they want to do all sales so if you wanted to Shera and still a farm said to Jimmy there you have to run him through a check or you would become a criminal because we know that all the criminals are going to utilize that kind of a procedure whenever they're transferring a firearm from one to the other yeah it is not even making a sale I mean if I wanted to transfer to a niece or nephew I would have to go to a federal license agent in order to make sure that they had all my information and all that of my family members to which is real close to them registry which is what occurred in certain parts of Europe just before World War two that's a risk Jack is even more room conspiratorial that I usually do can we chase the money on this it does this go back to the Bloomberg organization of the words who's who's encouraging these Democrat the Harris County commissioners devote this ways this is their conscience or is this doing a favor for somebody somewhere down the line I'm not sure what's driving this I do know that this particular resolution was initially put on the agenda on the the week that commission radic and I decided to vote with their feet so that there would not become a tax increase then it was put on the agenda on our last court agenda but then it got pulled off so this is the third time's the charm when it finally came through was passed over the two objections of of the two Republicans as you pointed out but I I don't even think it's a Democrat Republican issues if you believe in the second amendment if you believe in the constitution you should not be in support of of the logic here is okay some criminals have use guns to commit crimes therefore let's punish the honest citizens who have farms let's take them away from and make it harder for for women who have no means single moms who are trying to defend themselves make it harder for the honest citizen to be able to defend themselves because there are some criminals that here let's get back to punishing the criminals as opposed to punishing service nicer thank you so much free time is always appreciated Harris County precinct four commissioner Jack K. gold here on newsradio seven forty KTRE check us out Katyuri stock comedy Houston's morning news today we've got don cherry refusing to apologize for triggering the left no surprise we've got meters lighting up the sky with blue well maybe some meter maybe some melts over Moser left Saint Louis and we have the oldest married couple in the world and they're in Austin Texas all right check in.
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on KTRH
"Resolution that supports California's ban on private gun sales but not before getting an earful from a stream of second amendment advocates who showed up at the court I have a daughter she is the most important thing in this world to me I want her to be able to defend herself commissioner Adrian Garcia the former sheriff introduced the non binding resolution an effort to pressure state and federal lawmakers to passing what he calls universal background checks meantime a gun manufacturer cannot escape a lawsuit link to the sandy hook school shooting massacre the US Supreme Court ruling against the Remington arms companies attempt to avoid the liability lawsuit that was filed by sandy hook families the company marketed an assault weapon that was used in the deadly twenty twelve mass shooting at sandy hook elementary in Newtown or twenty six people lost their lives including twenty children Jennifer wilsoni Connecticut funeral services held today for honorary Freeport police officer Abigail arias the seven year old died last week of a rare kidney cancer this woman didn't know the family but felt compelled to attend the funeral bonded together this is such a sweetheart you know and not all the videos that you saw nobody else family asks in lieu of flowers rather gives people donate to her officer seven fifty eight cancer fight organization for Astros pitcher Mike Fiers accusing the team of stealing signs during our twenty seventeen World Series championship season and a new article for the website the athletic fires claims the Astros used a camera mounted in center fielder tick off other team signs answers put out a statement saying they've launched an investigation along with Major League Baseball and will have no further comment for now K. T. R. H. news time for three time to check your money here's Katie are H. money man patches and brought to you by diem auto leasing dot com and good afternoon tia Cory stocks closing today mixed the Dow industrials finishing the day literally unchanged on the day we closed at twenty seven thousand six ninety one S. and P. five hundred that of course the broader market was up by just four points that's one tenth of one percent the tech heavy nasdaq up by twenty one points stocks opening higher following gains in markets overseas traders turning cautious this afternoon ahead of testimony from fed chair Jerome pal he heads for Capitol Hill tomorrow they'll testify before Congress on the economy both tomorrow as well.
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"US, zoom video conferencing. Seventy degrees at nine three on Stephen Pickering on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD death row inmate. Patrick murphy. A member of the Texas seven gang wins, a stay of execution from the US supreme court. It wasn't because he never fired a shot at Irving police officer Aubrey Hawkins that fateful Christmas Eve of two thousand, but rather because Murphy was denied the right to have a Buddhist spiritual adviser with him in the death chamber Justice Brett Kavanagh ruled governmental discrimination against religion, violates the constitution. He said Texas allows a Christian or Muslim inmate to have a state employed Christian or Muslim adviser present in the execution room or the viewing room but inmates of other religions like Murphy's who want their spiritual advisers on hand can only have them present in the viewing room. Barbara schwartz. Newsradio ten eighty KRLD more than eighty cats have a new chance at life in Denton. They were seized from a hoarding situation. Humane society of North Texas helped Denton animal services, negotiate the release of the cats. Most of them were living inside the home. The chief executive officer of intercontinental terminals company has posted an apology on YouTube. That's eleven days after a chemical fire at the deer park tank. Farm Burton hurtling per apologized for himself and everyone at IT for the impact caused by the fire. The majority of our employees live in the communities that surround facilities. All of us are profoundly upset the incident happened. And very sorry for its impact on the surrounding communities. The video was posted hours after Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia gave an interview in which he called the lack of visibility of more senior IT, see executives cowardly..
"commissioner adrian garcia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"We welcome Corey live at the Bloomberg news desk. Dogs have opened higher charity. The Dow up seventy two points at twenty five thousand six ninety five NASDAQ is higher. It's up six and the S and P is picked up six points as well. Eleven days after intercontinental terminal chemical chemical tanks erupted in flames near Houston. The company's top executive made its first public appearance after drawing criticism from a top official until Wednesday a sales and marketing executive was explaining ITC's handling of the worst Gulf Coast. Chemical disaster in years Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia caused the lack of visibility of more senior executives during the crisis cowardly, sonic, the fast food chain is adding a red bull frozen slushie to its menu nast last month next month, rather as it continues to pull in the so-called hungry. Young male who has remained loyal to fast food, even is others in the US have shifted eating habits price of crude oil down about sixty cents at. Fifty eight eighty early on the Dow is up fifty five points lie with Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio twelve hundred W O A. All right. Thanks said. Breaking news on the hour at the half. And anytime at W away, I dot com brought to you by comfort air engineering now, traffic and weather together. From the wwl way. I traffic center southbound thirty-five area, heavy benzine Gelman through the AT and T centre Parkway, we had an earlier accident there. It's off to the shoulder starting to see a little breaking up eastbound ninety out.
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"Are reports. Still unconfirmed reports that there might be two occupants still inside in an inaccessible location hours later, those two people were found dead in the basement of the home the identities have not been released Commissioner -til we've had a very rough year in the fire department is already and we do want folks if you need smoke alarms all you need to do as contact three one wanted we'll be out to install those for free. Meanwhile, the investigation into the cause of the fatal fire continues Kim Glovas KYW NewsRadio or then three hundred seventy planes remain grounded worldwide is Boeing tests software changes for their seven thirty Maxine planes. I bonded, Omar Jimenez reports that the FAA grounded them after two of the planes crashed. Killing more than three hundred people in total the causes of both of these crashes haven't been officially determined. But the focus has been on an automatic safety feature that may have incorrectly. Forced the nose of each plane to dip pilots and training officials from multiple airlines met with Boeing officials in Seattle to test. These changes, according to a person briefed on the tests. American Airlines is canceling about ninety flights a day through the next month. They're Philadelphia's largest carrier will vote to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey was called off for Monday because there wasn't enough support ws Mike DeNardo has that story. The votes were not there so bills to legalize marijuana. Use. In New Jersey were not posted. Governor Murphy spent the weekend calling legislators to try to secure the Twenty-one Senate votes and forty-one assembly votes needed for passage, but he ultimately fell short legislative leaders that a news conference or remained hopeful enough votes. Could eventually be found assembly. Seeker Craig Coughlin. We still have a ways to go apparently. But it's not a goal that we can achieve Senate president Steve Sweeney believes New Jersey will ultimately legalized recreational marijuana. We made a loss to fight. But we're absolutely going to win the war at the end of the day. Governor Murphy said he was disappointed at every turn. I was reminded of how unacceptable the status quo is and he hoped another attempt at a vote would happen sooner rather than later. Mike DeNardo, KYW NewsRadio. A south Florida. Couple has been arrested after their two year old daughter was found wandering alone in an Orlando park. Not only was the girl wandering around on her own. The Palm Beach county sheriff's office says her parents had actually left her behind when they left the park with their seven other children Friday night. The agency says deputies tried finding the parents in the park and had no idea who the girl belong to until the couple called the thirties. The next day sheriff's spokeswoman says the girl was in good condition. Deputies were dumbfounded that it took that long for her. Parents to report her missing the arrest report says the couple didn't realize it until the next morning. They're in jail, the remaining kids were DC custody. Peter King CBS news Orlando a massive glacier in Greenland that was once melt dean is now growing again a NASA glaciologist says. Yaacob Shaaban glacier, which in two thousand twelve was retreating about one point eight miles and thinning nearly one hundred and thirty feet annually has started growing again at about the same rate that it had been shrinking the study's authors say they think the re growth is temporary due to a natural cyclical. Cooling of North Atlantic. Waters. Study's authors, say ocean water temperature is key to the shrinking or growth of major glaciers like this one. And that long-term global warming means large overall melting. I'm John Stolnis. New research adds to the evidence that getting up and moving is really good for your health. Some say being sedentary is so bad for your health. It's the new smoking and a new report seems to bolster that idea. The study found for those who get the least amount of physical activity replacing a half hour of sitting time with even light physical activity was associated with the nearly fifty percent reduction in the chance of premature death to review looked at sedentary and activity levels over a fourteen year. Period. Pam Coulter, CBS news. The fires are out in the tanks at a chemical plant near Houston workers have transferred the product out of a damaged tank fire officials issued a subpoena document preservation order to prohibit the destruction of documents Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia says Justice and truth needs to be had..
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"Former attorney for adult film star stormy Daniels is facing bicoastal legal trouble in California. US attorney Nick Hannah the federal criminal complaint charges, Mr. AVI, naughty with wire fraud and Bank fraud and contains a series of allegations that paint an ugly picture of lawless conduct. Ingred officials say avenue ATI tried to shake down a sports manufacturing giant CBS's. Steve Futterman has more. These are very serious charges. Both in New York in here in Los Angeles in New York avenue faces extortion charges he's accused of trying to extort more than twenty million dollars from Nike in LA ever nutty is charged with Bank and wire fraud. He's accused of. Taking money belonging to a client, then using it to pay off his own debts. Attorney Mark Garrigo so once represented Michael Jackson was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the case. And CNN said he was no longer a contributor CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. Gamble ex news time five thirty two. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Trump today at the White House amid a sharp escalation in violence back home. I'm Robert burger in Jerusalem, Israel launched air strikes across Gaza in response to a Palestinian rocket attack that destroyed a house near Tel Aviv and wounded seven people the military says the targets included the office of HAMAs leader is smile Haniya and a five storey building in Gaza City, Israel has opened to bomb shelters in many cities, Robert Berger CBS news Jerusalem. The fires are out in the tanks at intercontinental terminal company into your park, Texas workers have transferred their product out of a damaged tank. Harris County fire officials issued a subpoena and a document preservation order to prohibit the destruction of documents Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia spoke to the media and says Justice and truth needs to be had. We need to understand.
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"Greenwich town representatives pretty soon, they're going to consider a non-binding resolution opposing tolls. Stanford town reps. They've already sent a similar message up to Hartford live in Greenwich. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eighty five thirty two at WCBS. Elite three people are dead in the flooding. That is now spreading across the midwest. And all fifteen states are under flood watches or warnings CBS news. Correspondent Don daler is in hard hit Fremont, Nebraska. Doug, and Eric Albert's are trying to round up the surviving hawks on their nine acre farm in Fremont. Nebraska. There aren't many. We probably lost right at seven hundred head. How many do you think you've been able to say fourteen the father and son have worked for three years to build this business, then a few days ago, the water came what did it look like when you saw it coming in? I looked down that way and was about a three foot wall. One hundred foot wide just flowing over the road within minutes seven feet of water covered their farm. Vice president Pence got a firsthand look at the flooding in Waterloo, Nebraska, which has been cut off from the outside world by the rising water five thirty thirty-three officials in Houston or assuring people there that the area safe to breathe as a chemical fire continues to belch a plume of thick black smoke that can be seen for miles the fire international terminals company started on Sunday in the Houston suburb of deer park, Texas, Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia says the company's chairman has promised that more crews are on the way to help cap that fire he is calling for additional resources out of state resources, which is all fine. And well, my frustration was I think some of these resources could have been brought to the table much earlier. Health officials say the plume of smoke, which is more than four thousand feet. High is being carried away by the wind and is not settling overpopulated areas. The US transportation department says it is looking into how the FAA certified the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight aircraft the plane has been grounded worldwide. After a deadly crashes in and Indonesia, here's CBS transportation. Correspondent Kris van cleave. The department of transportation's inspector general found in two thousand twelve Boeing engineers had too much sway over safety approvals for new aircraft and FAA managers have not always supported employee efforts to hold Boeing accountable safety is at the core of who we are at Boeing avoiding questions from reporters. Boeing's? Ceo used a recorded video message to.