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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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02:06 min | 8 months ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Worries Now a news radio 1200 W away I As of this morning 185,000 power outages are being reported state why? That is a big improvement for the more than three million who were out earlier in the week from the storm. Here in San Antonio, CPS energies restored all power to the city, with the exception of about 300 customers. As the state of Texas continues to deal with the aftermath of the storm. The governor says. All efforts are possible being made to return things to normal, but he understands all of the frustrations Everyone knows. How challenging The past few days have been for our fellow Texas. I want everyone to know. That all of us and the state of Texas believe it is completely unacceptable that you had to endure one minute of the challenge that you faced. Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says an investigation needs to take place in tow. What led up to this week's power outage. There's gonna have to be a real real investigation into what needs to change so that it doesn't happen again. And also who exactly is to be held accountable for it. Castro says he's learned the entire power grid was about to go down just minutes or hours before the state started initiating the rolling blackouts. Millions, of course were left without power. As a result, city leaders are denying claims of this week's power and water outages were seen in mostly low income and minority neighborhoods as something that's been circulating on Social Media Ron Nirenberg coat, the mayor has heard the accusations to says he brought them to the city's power company. We confronted CPS with that question, and they responded emphatically that there is not a social economic criteria for the outages. He says. Once the city thaws out, there'll be a report on how the city handle the storm. One of the factors will be studied is whether the services were handled with equity. The power outages broken water lines mains this week. There's a result of the storm left 13 million Texas entirely without water.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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01:30 min | 9 months ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Georgetown dot e d u trying to get a little sun to pop on through this afternoon. I think we will, but there's still that slight chance of seeing a shower. As daytime highs reach up into the seventies 70 degrees The high Tonight 55 Church showers late. Scattered showers. Thunderstorms early tomorrow. 65 a chance of thunderstorms on Thursday with hive only 55 I'm meteorologist raced agent from the Weather Channel one Cent. Antonio's official weather station is ready. Go, 1200 w Away I cloudy and 66 at 10 01 on NewsRadio 1200 w O A. I Our top story. Former President Trump's second impeachment trial starts later today in the Senate Congressman Joaquin Castro. San Antonio is one of the impeachment managers president has made the case for impeachment himself in how he has acted. The fact that he created out of thin air. This conspiracy theories that the election was somehow stolen from him today will be devoted to a debate over the constitutionality of the proceedings. Each side will get two hours to debate before a vote. Opening statements would start tomorrow, with each side getting up to 16 hours to present their cases that would likely be spread out over two days. The single House article of Impeachment accuses the former president of inciting the violent and deadly attack at the Capitol on January 6th. San Antonio leaders are encouraged by the continuing downward trend of the city's covered 19 numbers. Mayor Ron Nirenberg says hospitalizations and the positivity rate are declining Overall,.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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02:38 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Voice now facing criminal charges the medical examiner's office released its full autopsy report for George Floyd it it it doubled down on its conclusion that Mr Floyd did not die of strangulation which is what the family's independent autopsy had found the report also revealed that Mr Floyd tested positive for covert nineteen in early April though it was not cited as a factor in his death and all that came after new charges were filed against the officers involved Derek shopping who had his knee on Mr fords neck for nearly nine minutes is now facing a second degree murder charge up from third degree the other three officers have been charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and that means that it goes from twenty five years in prison till forty years to public services today will honor the life of George Floyd the river down Sharpton will give the eulogy at the north central university service in Minneapolis another service takes place in Brooklyn that's where Floyd's brother Terence lives will pressure is now on Congress to take action in the wake of Floyd's murder now several legislative changes being floated on Capitol Hill one or create a standardized set of training for police activists say there are still some departments to teach chokeholds congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says there's also calls to end qualified immunity for police officers that is essentially one of the things that allows officers to do bad things and get away with it and he supports a national database of complaints against police so it's less likely that fired officers will be able to go to a different agency and get a new job Michael board news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. we continue to move forward here in Texas were now in phase three of re opening the account L. restaurants will be able to open up to seventy five percent capacity bars to fifty percent capacity of muse my parks like Six Flags will be able to open up to fifty percent capacity governor Abbott also is asking people and of course businesses to continue following the standard health protocols to keep us all safe Walmart pulling firearms from the sales floors in many of their stores as protests over Floyd's death continue this is leading the looting and a lot of places the company says the firearms are still there but they're going to be kept in secure rooms for the time being quick check of your money on Wall Street the Dow I'm suddenly down twenty one points for the latest news and information just tell your voice activated smart device to play news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. on I heart radio hi Megan disturb news radio twelve hundred W. alani they call.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Thursday mostly sunny skies a high of ninety four tonight's low seventy three right now we're at seventy three degrees under cloudy skies get a move on it is eight o'clock at news radio twelve hundred W. away I virtually all Texas businesses can expand at least fifty percent capacity now that governor Abbott is moved the state into phase three of re opening in a press release governor Abbott said the latest move to phase three was made possible as the people of Texas continue to prove they can safely and responsibly open the state while containing cold at nineteen as of Wednesday all businesses previously twenty five percent capacity can expand to fifty including bars restaurants can now expand table sized from six to ten people on June twelfth restaurants will be allowed to go what seventy five percent capacity and it's also asking all people and businesses to continue following standard health protocols Chris fox news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. the city of San Antonio stay home work safe order is set to expire at eleven fifty nine tonight but mayor Ron Nirenberg says is the need for orders goes away the city could still issue some advisories we are discussing you know the potential need for some public health advisors perhaps in a new order but those are going to be different than what we've had over the last month on Wednesday metro health officials reported seventy one new cobit nineteen cases and three new desk raising the county's death toll to seventy eight San Antonio police chief William McManus released a statement explaining the use of force used and what started as a nonviolent protest on Tuesday according to McManus after marching downtown the protesters then tried to get on I. thirty seven that's what officers deterred them big manis said nightfall is what brought out the vandalism in the crowd began inciting violence and causing property damage stating the situation became vault tile and bottles were thrown at police and laser pointers were directed at the eyes of the officers this is when officers began to deploy nonlethal dispersal tactics that's one to local journalist were hit I'm Tanner Carlson news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. alma plaza is now surrounded by temporary fencing as protests continue in San Antonio mayor Nirenberg is issued a nightly curfew three Sunday for the downtown business district between nine PM and six AM well Alamo plaza will close nightly between seven PM and six AM and the pressures on Congress to take action in the wake of George Floyd's death there are now several legislative changes being floated on Capitol Hill one or create a standardized set of training for police activists say there are still some departments to teach chokeholds congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says there's also calls to end qualified immunity for police officers that is essentially one of the things that allows officers to do bad things and get away with it and he supports a national database of complaints against police so it's less likely that fired officers will be able to go to a different agency and get a new job Michael board news.

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Away I think a healthy transition committees being set up in the city to help advise local officials on win the city might be able to start re opening businesses mayor Ron Nirenberg says it's important first not the move too quickly Texas governor Greg Abbott on Friday we'll be making announcements of his own concerning re opening the state's economy and we have a glimpse about what he might say during a news conference on Monday the governor said reopening the Texas economy will be a slow process the Texas medical association Dr Giancarlo says we must prepare for a second spike of cases as people go back into public member most of us have not become infected with Cologne of ours so we're still at the population incredibly all susceptible he says there must be a medically driven strategy to bring business back to life that includes an even closer monitoring of coronavirus cases and hospital capacity and much more testing that is already being done in Texas Michael board news radio twelve hundred W. away I bear county sheriff's office officials reporting more than half of its cadet classes tested positive for the corona virus a BCSO spokesperson said the dispatcher was teaching the class March thirty first first at the training facility tested positive then suddenly thirteen of the twenty cadets tested positive as well the dispatcher had no symptoms the day of the class but was sent home that same day after revealing that the family member had been sick and while we're stuck at home many people have received those census forms in the mail but the corona virus may delay the rest of the process for those who don't fill out the census someone is supposed to go to their door and ask for the information problem congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says nobody's gonna open their doors certainly not now there is a great concern about undercounts because for San Antonio Texas the stakes are big he says the state is set to gain three seats in Congress this is very serious business that's why he's supporting a plan to push the census collection back a hundred and twenty days and studies have found an alarming rate of positive cases of cove in nineteen in carriers who showed absolutely no simple one hundred forty six.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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04:42 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"There's increasing confidence about that there is one hundred percent confidence that China altered the status change the data hidden that not only from its own population but from the world this morning we get a look at the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week as the nation continues to struggle with the cove in nineteen pandemic analysts expect the number to come out right around five million and while that still astonishingly high it's better than the record six points six million the week prior in the last three weeks seventeen million people have applied for unemployment that's around ten percent of our total work force after being stuck inside a lot of folks are eager for the economy to get back under way the governor is one of them he's got a plan he's laying it out tomorrow Greg Abbott has already said that this will not be like flipping a light switch re opening Texas will be slow the Texas medical association Dr John Carlos says people need to temper their expectations we do it too quickly we could be really in a bad predicament at the cases could rise very very quickly he says we need to brace for a second spike in corona virus cases as people get back in the public the vast majority of Texas has not had the virus meaning we're very susceptible Michael board news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. and those stimulus checks are rolling into bank accounts across the country but how are these checks going to affect next year's tax returns folks have concerned economic impact payments otherwise known as the stimulus are not taxable but you will need to fill out information on next year's taxes they want to make sure everybody got the money they were due and if not you have a chance to true that up if you didn't get everything you deserved on this initial crunch but mark Stedman at Jackson Hewitt tax services says you could have liability if say you made more money in twenty nineteen but haven't yet filed and you're twenty eighteen income was much lower that if you receive payment and you didn't otherwise qualify for you you may have to pay some of that back and separate from stimulus are unemployment checks he wanted to put that on your tax return and then it is taxable there's a new site for checking the status of that stimulus check but it's off to a rocky start the IRS recently launched a portal called get my payment for those expecting one of the stimulus checks from the federal government portal was functioning fine early on Wednesday by by mid morning many users who tried to log into were greeted with a message that said due to high demand you may have to wait longer than usual to access this site eighty million Americans expecting that twelve hundred dollar stimulus check through direct deposit that should be happening this week the twenty twenty senses deadlines been delayed but you're encouraged to fill out that form it's available online it takes less than five minutes president trump the asking lawmakers to push back the start one hundred twenty days congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says it actually does make sense obviously nobody's opening their door right now it's hard for workers to reach out to people at this point he adds the commerce department is developing a plan to re open hundreds of field offices nationwide on June first L. then begin deploying tens of thousands of door knockers nationwide after the corona virus panic has subsided W. O. A. I. news time six oh five trucking industry delivers during the corona virus and they deliver in a big way Denise Pellegrini with Bloomberg as today's and focus reports the three hundred forty billion dollar trucking industry is exposed to covered nineteen risks that despite the increased demand the virus is creating right now it's all hands on deck with trucking companies accelerating efforts to meet demand as people stock up on paper goods foods and alcohol Steven spinner CEO at United natural foods says the supply chain is fully activated unions are helping our teams are helping non union folks are helping and Bloomberg senior transportation analyst Lee Klasko says with gas prices low and traffic light things are looking pretty good for track loaders right now you should see you know decent earnings growth at least in the first quarter but he warns that might not be the case for the long haul I wish the people are not going to be going out there online buying discretionary items when you have unemployment spike up and that means the bankruptcies on the road ahead especially for smaller truck loaders somebody a lower and then that truckload market will fail to exist I'm Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg business for news radio twelve hundred W. Ojai for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app tap on the podcast app for the latest news and information another check of traffic and weather on the way on news radio twelve hundred W. away I hi.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nine meanwhile state officials are reporting more than thirty two hundred positive cases in the state forty one deaths a big rig hauling of all things toilet paper to San Antonio crashed and burned in Dallas in route to its delivery early this morning the driver and a dog survived the crash police say the man fell asleep at the wheel trying to find a place to stop and rest Holy Week and Easter are very important to the Texas economy and the Mexican economy lots of shopping and traveling between Texas and Mexico however the leaders of several Mexican border states are worried about the corona virus coming south with travelers from Texas they're asking the Mexican government to do more to stop travel at the border tell me plan with rice's Baker institute says Holy Week is the busiest time of year for Americans adding self the location calling at Easter you see hundreds of thousands of US citizens to visit Mexico he says with that cut off and the declining oil revenues Mexico is likely headed to a recession members of the congressional Hispanic caucus urging the department of homeland security to release asylum seekers so the virus does not spread through the detention centers anymore congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says many jails have already started doing this with their low level nonviolent offenders the federal government would be released from prison but won't do the same for ice detainees already there's been four confirmed cases of asylum seekers testing positive in custody and that's already spread to at least five guards artisan distillery will be handing out personal bottles of hand sanitizer to first responders right now through noon just to show proper identification and it's yours the giveaway extends the public as well following the first responders afternoon between noon and four you can get yours up to four hundred personal size bottles are being handed out they'll also be selling a larger bottles for about ten dollars a piece the corona virus has spurred many debates one of them being mask or no mask we've all seen it the person at the supermarket sporting a face mask as they look for toilet paper even the CDC is debating on whether to require them Baylor infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says they won't keep you safe but there's some evidence that you are infected with the virus and don't know it yet if you wear that face mask it might prevent you from transmitting it he says mass are nowhere near as effective as social distancing and he's worried that people will think it's okay to go into public I'm Beth Myers news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd like to give your money on Wall Street the Dow is down seven hundred and fifty one points for more on the current virus just go to the I heart radio app tap on the podcast down for the latest news and information hi Megan bishop newsradio.

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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05:50 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Partly sunny skies again for us today eighty one Friday but rain Thursday and Friday into the weekend fifty four degrees under clear skies and news radio twelve hundred W. away I three more deaths from corona virus being reported in bare county bringing our total to nine but all three did have underlying health issues MetroHealth saying we have two hundred seventy seven confirmed cases in Broward county meanwhile at the state level thirty two hundred cases them forty one deaths a big gray galling toilet paper of all things on its way to San Antonio god will crash this morning and burned to the ground was in Dallas on route to its delivery happened early this morning the driver and his dog survived the crash police say the man fell asleep at the wheel trying to find a place to stop and rest federal jails has started releasing low level nonviolent offenders were awaiting trial it's a way to prevent the crime the virus from spreading cell to cell it's not happening at our detention centers throughout Texas though and congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says they've got to be opened up this virus continues to spread their clothes ship for example we feel that the choice of going on now with the USS Roosevelt and other confined spaces the commander of that deployed aircraft carrier says his entire crew of roughly five thousand sailors have got to be isolated some two hundred on board already tested positive for corona virus and get this the head of the CDC says there may be a second wave of this corona virus this fall Dr Robert Redfield gave an interview this morning saying there may be another wave of infections after the virus peaks in April or may he says the CDC is preparing for this second wave most likely late fall into early winter and most tenants who can't afford rent or getting a break today for millions of people who lost their jobs because the pandemic rent is due today well over three million Americans filed for unemployment for the week ending March twenty first and a similar amount may have filed last week fortunately however the vast majority of renters are getting a reprieve through federal state and local moratoriums on convictions usually it's the United States trying to prevent the Mexicans from sneaking across the border but suddenly the roles are reversed three Mexican border states are now asking the Mexican president to do more to keep Americans from coming self they're concerned that the corona virus will come to because rates here are higher Tony Tian at rice's Baker institute says stopping traffic would demolish their economy a lot of shopping vacation time is coming up in Mexico that is Holy Week and Easter week when Americans visit Mexican relatives pi predicts a tourism ban added to slumping oil prices would trigger a recession in Mexico like they have not seen since the thirties Michael board news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. being stuck inside because of the corona virus that is no fun and it's just been extended thanks to the governor's office till the end of April well at San Antonio's animal shelter suddenly they're seeing an increasing number of people interested in adopting just to keep them company of nothing else we absolutely have and that is a wonderful thing as you can imagine with it being the busiest season of the year here at the shelter dance director Lisa Norwood with animal care services who says they're ramping up their foster program they're like come on in have a pet for a short period of time while you shelter in place to see if it's gonna work out and as president trump is now warning of a painful couple of weeks to come with tens of thousands of Americans the likely dying from the corona virus the head of the CDC again says there may be a second wave this fall some new dates from the governor's office you need to be aware of as we mentioned earlier our statewide stay at home order has been extended now to April thirtieth places of worship can stay open but only if they social distance any other social gatherings not allowed right now and kids are going to stay out of school to may fourth as well L. W. away I news time it's eight thirty six another look at traffic and weather on the way but it's time now to check on your money and the world of business sense editorialized the Bloomberg news desk is brought to you by first bank credit union the morning at Hey Megan stocks down sharply at the open today the Dow is down eight hundred points nasdaq up two hundred and twenty five and the S. and P. is give it up ninety three with about eighty percent of the country under some kind of lockdown ordered the fifty four billion dollar wedding industry is taking a huge hit the founder of the wedding report says about twenty eight percent of couples are trying to shift their dates to later this year twenty two and a half percent or postponing until two thousand twenty one fiat Chrysler this morning reporting a ten percent drop in sales in the first quarter that's a little bit worse than the average analyst estimate West Texas intermediate is down seventeen cents a barrel of twenty dollars and thirty one cents early on the Dow industrials are down seven hundred and forty one points live with the Bloomberg business report I made Korea news radio twelve hundred W. OO eight hi thanks said for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app just tap on that podcast tab for the latest news and information time now for a look at traffic and weather together from the W. O. A. I. traffic center good morning I've got good news on highway ninety all the trees been cleared from the west bound side at gross and vulgar all lanes re opened and traffic is back up to how it should be we've still got a disabled vehicle heading out of downtown San Antonio on I. ten westbound at pro bands it's just causing a minor slow down because it's not in a main lane but.

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Away I it's six o'clock first up three more deaths from corona virus being reported in there Kelly the three have been identified as a man in his fifties other man in his eighties and a woman in her eighties all three had underlying health issues though metro health says there are now two hundred and seven confirmed cases in bare county meanwhile state officials reported more than thirty two hundred cases in Texas forty one deaths some university of Texas students who went to Mexico for spring break last week well they've come back you guessed it positive for cove in nineteen that's according to Austin public health out of seventy adults in their twenties who chartered a plane to Kabul same Lucas twenty eight have tested positive for the virus all twenty eight R. and self quarantine and the others are being monitored for symptoms health authority Dr Marcus got said quote while younger people have less risk for complications they are not immune from severe illness and death from code nineteen on quote in Austin Eric like newsradio twelve hundred W. O. a one university spokesman says this incident highlights the importance of taking the warnings of public health authorities seriously the numbers are hard to come by hand corner virus could kill nearly a quarter million Americans even if people practice strict social distancing top medical experts on the federal coronavirus task force say if people do nothing the death toll America could exceed two million there are already nearly two hundred thousand confirmed cases in the United States within four thousand deaths members of the congressional Hispanic caucus urging the department of homeland security to release asylum seekers so that the corona virus does not spread through the detention centers congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio is one of them is as many jails have started doing this with low level nonviolent offenders so why not the asylum seekers it doesn't make sense that the federal government would be released from prison but won't do the same for ice detainees yes there are at least four confirmed cases of asylum seekers in custody who have tested positive and that is now spread to at least five guards three Mexican border states asking the Mexican president to shut down the border keep Americans out there worried about this spread of the corona virus of course Tony by Yannis with rice's Baker institute he says closing the border before Holy Week would demolish the Mexican economy however an estimate I'll tell you that nine percent of the country's GDP depends on tourism foreign citizens coming into Mexico spending money in Mexico and Holy Week is one of the busiest times of the year as Americans head south to visit their relatives if that's cut off he predicts it could trigger a recession during the White House briefing yesterday president trump painted a pretty grim picture of the weeks to come big headline from the coronavirus task force is that even with mitigation the U. S. could still see between one hundred thousand in two hundred and forty thousand deaths president trump who has tried to maintain a half glass full approach sounded a bit pessimistic this is going to be a rough to weaker is as a nation we face a difficult few weeks as we the approach said that really important day when we're going to see things get better all of a sudden and for context is notable that infectious disease experts believe that both Washington state and California are beginning to see a leveling of new cases and new debts and hospitals in both states for now are handling the current flow of covered nineteen patients during in an internet for rather to stop the spread of the virus the centers for disease control now starting to re visit their stance on us wearing face masks Baylor infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says covering your mouth and your nose is not gonna stop you from catching the disease thinking is shifting towards wearing that face mask so that if you are infected but not symptomatic yet don't even realize you'll reduce the likelihood that you could infect another person but he worries that the masks could give people a false sense of security when they should be just staying home instead well billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co co founder Bill Gates says a nationwide shutdown would be the most effective way to stop the spread of the corona virus he made his plea in a Washington post op ed Tuesday gates wrote that he's spoken with experts who say a national policy would be more effective than having some states issue stay at home orders while others remain open for business W. away I news time at six oh five they are hiring for delivery of pizza and wings Rick shared with Bloomberg as today's infocus reports what's old is new again thanks to the pandemic decades old chicken wing and pizza changer seen a revival thanks to confine U. S. consumers.

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of our cities stay at home order may take some time so distancing pays dividends over a period of weeks a surge in cases now would not mean that our interventions are working because those confirm today may have been infected weeks ago the mayor says businesses who continue to defy social distancing guidelines are making a dangerous choice he says that's entirely irresponsible to pack people into any business when we are nearing the height of community spread of this virus right now the city state my order is in effect until April ninth but that could certainly change there are now two hundred and seven confirmed cases of code that nineteen in bare county metro health reporting thirty nine new cases yesterday alone along with three more deaths those victims identified as a man in his fifties some men and women in their eighties all of them had underlying health issues state officials say there are more than thirty two hundred cases in Texas we now have forty one deaths twenty eight students from the university of Texas testing positive for cove it nineteen following a trip to couple San Lucas Austin public health says that students were part of a group seventy young adults who had chartered a plane to Kabul for spring break health officials say that the patients are self isolating tell others who were on the plane being monitored and tested UT spokesman JB bird says the incident highlights the importance of taking the warnings of public health authorities seriously the coronavirus has spurred many debates one of the most heated should you or should you not wear a mask we've all seen it the person at the supermarket sporting a face mask as they look for toilet paper even the CDC is debating on whether to require them Baylor infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says they won't keep you safe but your some evidence of your infected with the virus and don't know it yet if you wear that face mask it might prevent you from transmitting it he says mass are nowhere near as effective as social distancing and he's worried that people will think it's okay to go into public I'm Beth Myers news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd troopers and special agents from the Texas department of public safety being stationed at the airports around the border specially like the McAllen International Airport will need the DPS troopers are handing out forms to arriving passengers asking for contact information the governor had issued that order that travelers from Louisiana New York New Jersey Connecticut California and Washington have to self isolate for fourteen days after they arrive in Texas and our federal jails have started releasing low level nonviolent offenders were awaiting trial it's a way to prevent the corona virus from from spreading cell to cell it's not happening though at the immigrant detention centers and congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says they've got to be opened up to because the virus spreads through confined area closer for example we can refrigeration is going on now with the USS Roosevelt and other confined spaces the commander of that deployed aircraft carrier says his entire crew of roughly five thousand sailors needs to be isolated because two hundred on board have tested positive for corona virus in all the White House is projecting the co that nineteen pandemic it's going to get worse before it gets better even with an additional thirty days of the slow the spread social distancing campaign president trump says the next two or three weeks will be tough their strength will be tested on our indoors will be tried White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says between one hundred thousand in two hundred and forty thousand deaths are projected in the U. S. that's not assuming a hundred percent of every American does.

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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03:33 min | 1 year ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the area on thirty five south bend at sixteen oh four more road work **** off the left shoulder through there and finally on loop for ten north bend on Marbach there's more road work block off the left shoulder at the most maybe a tap on the brakes or two to get through that we've shot well news review two hundred W. only I partly sunny skies continue for us today AT one for high going to be beautiful tomorrow and Friday a different story fifty six degrees under fair skies it's five o'clock at newsradio twelve hundred W. away online three more deaths from corona virus being reported in bare county overnight that brings our total to nine the victims a man in his fifties another in his eighties a woman in her eighties as well all three had underlying health issues metro health says there are now two hundred and seven confirmed cases in the county meanwhile state officials report there are more than thirty two hundred cases statewide with forty one deaths some university of Texas students who went to Mexico for spring break last week they've come back positive for covert nineteen R. Austin bureau chief Eric like has the story that's according to Austin public health out of seventy adults in their twenties who chartered a plane to Kabul same Lucas twenty eight have tested positive for the virus all twenty eight R. and self quarantine and the others are being monitored for symptoms health authority Dr Marcus got said quote while younger people have less risk for complications they are not immune from severe illness and death from code nineteen on quote in Austin Eric like newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. UT spokesman JB bird said the incident highlights the importance of taking these warnings of public health authorities seriously during his daily updated on the go of it nineteen pandemic mayor Ron Nirenberg once again urging San Antonians to practice social distancing he calls it a non pharmaceutical interventions and our best bet to reduce the number of infections and deaths mayor says that businesses who do not comply with the city's order on social distancing will face repercussions we will begin citations if we have to visit a business twice for the same social distance distancing guidelines we're going to start citing folks mayor Nirenberg joined by judge Nelson Wolff Wolff expressed displeasure with governor Greg Abbott including places of worship on a list of essential services a statewide stayed home order will remain in effect now until April thirtieth governor Greg Abbott extended yesterday's saying he's reluctant to use the term stay at home since Texans can go to work at a central businesses as well as running errands like grocery shopping but again worship services will be allowed if social distancing is observed but otherwise social gatherings are now prohibited Abbott also decreed that schools in Texas will be closed now at least until may fourth members of the congressional Hispanic caucus urging the department of homeland security to release asylum seekers so that the corona virus does not spread through detention centers congressman Joaquin Castro San Antonio says a lot of jails have started doing this with low level nonviolent offenders it doesn't make sense that the federal government will be releasing from prison but won't do the same for ice detainees there are at least four confirmed cases of asylum seekers in custody who have tested positive for the.

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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03:27 min | 2 years ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hundred w eighty two degrees under still kind of hazy skies teno one at newsradio twelve hundred w well it was a teenager at the wheel of a stolen car this morning that led to a highway death inland valley police chief show salva gio says police were alerted by onstar that a car being driven by an eighteen year old on chris road near bandera was stolen officers tried to get the car to pull over but the driver sped away and led police on a two mile long chase and they on grissom near calais bre that's Where the stolen car rear ended another vehicle the driver of the car, he hit was killed. The victim's wife was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Salva geo says the teen suffered injuries and will face as he put it a litany of criminal charges. Jim foresight, NewsRadio twelve hundred w OA I President Trump is now confirming. He called off air strikes against three sites in Iran. Ten minutes before those launches were scheduled ten minutes. He tweeted today that the US was cocked and loaded after Iran shot down that military drone. He said he called off the strike. So because they were not proportionate to a drone attack. Also noted he was told that some hundred and fifty people in Iran would die said he's in. No hurry and insisted that Iran will never be allowed to have nuclear weapons. The US has cut millions of dollars in foreign aid to Central America State Department says they can get back when they do more to prevent their citizens from migrating. However. congressman joaquin castro san antonio says that move will further destabilize the region instead he says he wants more resources to go to central resources of friends around the world to make an investment in central american countries so that people feel like they don't need to leave he's convinced that these migrants wouldn't leave if they could get a job and be safe from crime in their own neighborhoods there are signs at hackers are moving on from businesses at increasingly targeting entire cities this week a city in florida voted to pay a six hundred thousand dollar ransom to get control of their computers back cybersecurity expert brent paiva do runs the san antonio based jingle disc says these types of attacks really have the potential to cripple an entire city communications now or as important as of electricity and water and roads of the city he adds a cyber attack in florida really a wakeup call for other cities States. Even the federal government. Prosecutors say they're not dropping murder. Charges just yet against a decorated navy seal, despite surprise admission yesterday that another steel was a seal was the killer prosecution witness navy seal Scott now testifying, that he was the one who actually killed an injured, teen ISIS fighter in Iraq back in two thousand seventeen God who was granted immunity prior to trial. Cannot be charged with murder, but could face perjury charges. The prosecution appear to be caught off guard by Scott's testimony. And in court accused him of lying to protect Gallagher. It is far from over is lawyer, says Gallagher still the victim of lies and a smear campaign by other navy seals quick check of your money. On Wall Street, the Dow is up by fifty three points. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O, AI dot com. Spot to you by I Mark.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"El Paso is NewsRadio six thousand nine. Risi News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. President Trump confirms that he counseled retaliatory strikes against Iran at the last minute. Trump tweeting this morning that military airstrikes were not proportionate to shooting down an unmanned drone. Trump said he was told an estimated one hundred fifty people would die in US strikes on three sites in Iran, he noted he's a no hurry. And insisted that Iran can never have nuclear weapons, and there is already reaction to the president's tweets the word I focused on what the president was saying was proportionate because obviously, what he was concerned about was what everybody has been certain about an that is entering into some kind of escalatory spiral of violence without having an endgame without knowing how you're going to get out of that escalatory spiral, nNcholas Rasmussen, the former director of the national counterterrorism centers making with NBC news. A Texas police officer is dead. After being shot by suspect late yesterday. Investigators say the mission police officer was waived down and told about a suspect with. A weapon that suspect fired at the officer he died last night at the hospital. The suspect is reportedly in custody. The Trump administration says is not required to give migrant children in federal custody, soap and toothbrushes DOJ lawyer said in federal court this week conditions in migrant attention facilities meet requirements detainees be kept in safe and sanitary conditions. The governor of Oregon is sending police searched for Republican lawmakers who are skipping work to avoid voting on a climate change. Bill governor Kate Brown calling out the missing legislators yesterday. It's critically important that we take action and that we take action. Now it's time for the Senate Republicans to show up and do the job that oregonians elected to do Brown saying, the lawmakers have decided to abandon their duty to serve their constituents and gave the throne star kit. Harrington is out of rehab. The actor checked himself into a treatment center last month reports said he was having a hard time dealing with the end of the show. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. the texas rangers are investigating after a south texas police officer was shot and killed in the line of duty last night the unidentified officer was reportedly responding to a disturbance call admission when shots were fired from both sides the officer was transported to mcgowan medical center where he was pronounced dead the suspect is in custody this is the twenty first officer shot and killed this year and the second in two days in a move to cut down on my gration president trump is cut millions of dollars in financial aid to central america the cash will start flowing he says when they do more to keep their people at home but congressman joaquin castro san antonio says the best way to do that is to build up the central american infrastructure and cut down on crime do you want to make sure that u._s. dollars get to the people and are used for the intended purposes as far as this congress has made wear every effort in central america has been made to make sure that happens castro says if anything the u._s. should be rallying our allies bring more funding to central america to fight crime and create jobs the u._s. news and world report says moore aggies Are CEO's of top one hundred companies on the fortune five hundred list than alumni of any other school. The four aggies in the top seeds are Darren woods, and Exxon Mobil, Greg garland, at Phillips, sixty six Bruce resort at Humana and David cordani at Cigna, all four graduated in the nineteen eighties. Woods in garland earned engineering degrees of resort in cordani, our business school graduates, Penn State, and the university of Michigan each have three CEO's on the list, the haunted, magnolia hotel, and sa- is now offering visitors overnight stays as a bed and breakfast. The hotel's owners have been restoring the one hundred and sixty nine year old hotel over the past few years. A couple of the sweets, are named after two of the hotels, thirteen goes. The haunted venue has been featured on a number of local, and national TV shows, as well as a national magazines, the bed at breakfast will start taking reservations on August twelfth, I'm charity, McCurdy, the.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"As planes were in the air and ships in firing position. Well, there is some relief in this part of the world this morning that this didn't happen people woke up. I think with surprise when reading the New York Times this morning, which cited multiple officials briefed on the situation that a an attack was not only on the way that it was that it'd be gun in B, C's, Richard Ingle in the region this morning, the FAA is banning all US fights in raining, airspace, over the Persian Gulf in the Gulf on the governor of Oregon sending police who searched for Republican lawmakers who are skipping work to avoid voting on a climate change Bill. The whereabouts of eleven Senate Republicans are unknown officers have reportedly been told they can arrest the senators if they refuse to return a convicted murderer has been put to death in Georgia Marian Wilson was executed Thursday night by lethal injection. Both Wilson and Robert Earl Butz junior were convicted of murder and sentenced to death in the March nine. Thousand ninety six killing of twenty four year old Donovan. Corey parks, witness testified that butts has parks for a ride at a WalMart. Where parts had gone to buy cat food. Prosecutors said the shortly after leaving the store, the pair killed parks and stole his car Wilson's lawyer argued in a court challenge that was butts, who fired the fatal shotgun blast Mark Woolsey NBC News Radio Atlanta, and the Trump administration says it's not required to give migrant children in federal constantly, soap in toothbrushes deal. Chain lawyers hang in federal court this week conditions in detention facilities meet requirements that detainees be kept in safe and sanitary conditions. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. The Texas Rangers are investigating after a south Texas. Police officer was shot and killed in the line of duty last night. The unidentified officer was reportedly responding to a disturbance, call admission when shots were fired from both sides. The officer was transported to McGowan medical center where he was pronounced dead. The suspect is in custody. This is the twenty first officer shot and killed this year. And the second in two days in a move to cut down on my Gration. President Trump is cut millions of dollars in financial aid Central America. The cash will start flowing. He says when they do more to keep their people at home, but congressman Joaquin Castro, San Antonio says the best way to do that is to build up the Central American infrastructure and cut down on crime. You wanna make sure that US dollars get to the people and are used for the intended purposes, as far as this congress has made aware every effort in Central America has been made to make sure that happens. Gastro says if anything, the US should be rallying our allies to bring more funding to Central America to fight crime, and create jobs. The US news and World Report says Moore, aggies are CEO's of top one hundred companies on the fortune five hundred list than alumni of any other school. The four aggies in the top seeds are Darren woods, and Exxon Mobil, Greg garland, at Phillips, sixty six Bruce Persad at Humana and David cordani at Cigna off four graduated in the nineteen eighties. Woods in.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Judge in the U K sentenced him to fifty weeks for jumping bail. This is Fox News. But top local stories are next after traffic and weather together. Should be a nice, right? This early morning. Our no major wrecks or stall vehicles on our roadways and traffic moving along. At the posted speeds couple of ongoing work zones. Just to be aware of two eighty one north and southbound between sin terrible, lavar and sixteen. Oh, four also sixteen. Oh, four east and westbound at Blanco road, a blade Brooks, NewsRadio twelve hundred W O AI. During the whole time. But keeping it real handy. The next couple of days, some scattered gusty thunderstorm remain possible. A few scattered storms overnight. We're these develop one or two could be strong gusty lows in the low seventies a pop-up strong storm or two possible. Thursday, a high of eighty five I'm meteorologist, Mark sibito? From the Weather Channel, San Antonio official weather station. Newsradio twelve hundred W O AI. Now you away. I local news. A better a lawsuit filed yesterday claims UT health San Antonio dental school, professor sexually harassed bullied and intimidated to Iranian students and six five million dollars in damages. Attorney Terry Gorman says that the professor told the women that he protected female students who had sex with him. He has sexually touched them is actually kissed them that is sexual assault hundred title nine that is sexual assaults. Gorman says the professor went out of his way to ruin the two women's professional reputations. When they rebuffed it's advances. UT held says that it has not seen the lawsuit and cannot comment congressman Joaquin Castro. San Antonio has decided not to challenge Senator John Cornyn..

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is a service of arthritis relief centers of Austin one full year after the Austin bomber made himself the final death in his bombing spree. Austin city leaders memorialize those who worked to bring the attacks to an end those wounded and those killed city manager Spencer cronk says we saw the worst and best of people we saw law enforcement and first responders coming together in unprecedented ways. We also saw the best of our community in neighbors, helping neighbors we saw that everyone reached out and top to each other made sure each other we're safe the congress avenue design initiative is beginning to take shape. It involves revamping the road to make room for more pedestrians bikes and buses and less room for cars. David Taylor with the public works department says close to forty thousand people live within walking distance of congress avenue. It's important that we understand congress having role in the broader context of Austin in order to create the design. Hard mode shift from cars to people walking biking or scoring a new draft shows plans for wider sidewalks and reduce parking in order to make room for bus only and bike only lanes a start employees in Hays county jail after he was accused of inappropriately touching three head start students. Twenty nine year old Mark Anthony Ortega junior facing three felony charges of indecency with a child. Hey, CIs, d officials say headstart user space in its Yulin elementary school, and headstart employees are required to undergo the same employment standards. As those with the district. Texas congressman Joaquin Castro reaches out to the GOP to help millions of dreamers. Get permanent status KLBJ's Chris Faulk says on a media. Call US, congressman Joaquin Castro. San Antonio spoke of the impact the proposed dream and promise act would have on taxes one hundred eighty thousand young people dreamers who with the impacted positively by HR six eighty five hundred of those are in my district Castro one of the bills two hundred fourteen co. Here's the US house. We look forward to pass in the house of representatives. Have we would like to work with the Senate? And of course, the president on passing this legislation. The Bill creates a path to citizenship for dreamers immigrants with temporary protected status at the capitol. Chris FOX, News Radio KLBJ Joe's crab shack restaurant at lady bird lake on riverside drive is closed after a sixteen year. The statesman reports the restaurants sits in the south central waterfront plan of one hundred eighteen acres that'll be redeveloped. It's unknown if it will reopen.

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"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"congressman joaquin castro san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I hear Weather Channel forecast for this Thursday, partly cloudy skies, a high of seventy eight tonight's low forty nine degrees right now, partly cloudy, sixty three degrees. Get a move on. It's eight o'clock at NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I bet or work to term congressman and unsuccessful candidate for US Senate. It says he is the right man to lead the nation as president in an announcement video on social media this morning, a work started by quoting ABRAHAM LINCOLN. We are truly now more than ever the last great hope of earth at this moment of maximum peril and maximum potential. Let's show ourselves and those who will succeed us in this great country. Just who we are. And what we can do a work enters a crowded field is one of the top three contenders. And all of the major polls. He now heads to Iowa for a previously announced campaign. Stop this weekend. He is the second Texan to join the presidential race behind former San antone. Neo mayor Houlihan Castro. The Senate will vote today on whether to block President Trump's emergency declaration to build the border wall, congressman Joaquin Castro. San Antonio who started the legislation says this is about more than just immigration, the president is exceeding his authority. The most consequential boat that we will take probably in the last generation in terms of the balance of power between the executive and the legislative branches of government. He's predicting there'll be fifty four. Yes votes in the Senate, which is enough for it to pass the president that will likely use his veto power for the first time while the bomb cyclone winter storm in the west and midwest has closed several major highways including interstates eighty and seventy and is blamed for the death of a Colorado state trooper emergency shelters have been set up near highways for stranded. Motorists and more than thirteen hundred flights were cancelled at Denver airport on mafia boss is dead after being shot multiple times at his home in New York last night Francesco Kelly was gunned down outside of his house on Staten Island. According to police Kelly was having dinner with his family around nine pm when he stepped outside to talk to someone and was shot and killed the Fifty-three-year-old was believed to be the head of the Gambino crime family. According to the NYPD the suspect took off in a blue pickup truck. No. Arrests have been made. And the investigation continues American in Southwest Airlines are scrambling to find planes to carry passengers after its fleet of seven thirty-seven max, a jetliners was grounded by President Trump. Boeing seven thirty seven max aircraft were grounded in the US. The FAA announcing that emergency order after facing questions about why the aircraft could fly in the US after dozens of countries for hinted, the model in their airspace agency made this decision as a result of the data gathering process and new evidence collected at the site acting FAA administrator Daniel L, well says that evidence together with new satellite. Data indicates similarities between the weekend crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet in the Tober crash of a Lionair 737 max in Indonesia and the two black boxes from the plane crash are being sent to Paris for examination. Police say a driver was not paying attention and a construction zone at four ten in one fifty one on the northwest side overnight, and he and his family are in the hospital as a result the man rammed his family car into the. Back of construction truck which was sitting on the shoulder with its warning lights flashing. He has wife and their two kids that'd be cut out of the mangled wreckage by the jaws of life. He's in critical condition. The woman and the two kids are listed as serious. Well, a new record in US oil production in February things largely to the Texas eagle Ford and Permian basin shale fields more than twelve million barrels per day pumped last month about a million more than Saudi Arabia and more than twice as much as the US produced in two thousand nine before the shale revolution and American Petroleum Institute. Chief economist dean foreman tells News Radio twelve hundred w there's more growth ahead the US should continue to grow at the production. So that means we're climbing from twelve million barrels per day up to thirteen in terms of production. And in a big change from the days. When our economy was under the thumb of OPEC foreman says predictions are the by the end of this year, the US will become the world's largest oil exporter. We've been the world's largest producer since last fall, Morgan Montalvo, NewsRadio twelve hundred double. Away. I- actress Lori Laughlin is free on bond after facing charges and that sprawling college admission scam a judge in L A bond for the full house star one million dollar she and her husband are accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to get their daughters into USC as recruits for the schools rowing team. Even though neither participated in the sport. Nearly fifty people were charged in the scandal. Including actress, Felicity Huffman, USC officials say students connected to the cheating scheme will be denied admission. As a case by case review will be conducted for students who are already enrolled. Meanwhile, governor Abbott is calling on all Texas colleges to look into irregularities in their sports recruiting programs. Governor avid says is appropriate that federal authorities be able to continue their investigation into UT admissions abbots now looking beyond just the university of Texas at Austin is important for every university.

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