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How Ted Cruz Caved on a Bill That Is Strengthening 'Big Tech'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 2 months ago

How Ted Cruz Caved on a Bill That Is Strengthening 'Big Tech'

"About a moment last week when your blood did get a little bit heated. Talk to us about certain legislation concerning social media and what senator Cruz did last week and why it's so dangerous. Right. So there's a proposal that Amy Klobuchar, Democrat who ran for president and fully intends to run for president again. Senator from Minnesota has been pushing. It's called the journalism competition and preservation act. Now, what it would do is it would create an antitrust exemption to allow media companies to band together to collectively bargain so that they can group together and force big tech Facebook and Google to pay for the content that they carry on their platforms. Now that sounds good, except here's the problem. There are no provisions in the legislation, something that would be called a favored nations clause that would make it such that the deal that is the best deal negotiated between a group of media companies would apply to everybody. Reading smaller companies and conservative media, et cetera. So what I'm getting at here is that the way that this would work out is that the biggest establishment media outlets, the big city newspapers that I was talking about before, like the Miami Herald the Dallas morning news, et cetera, they'd all get together and make their own little deal with Facebook and Google. Outside the law because again, it would create an antitrust exemption, which by the way, every time we see an antitrust exemption, Major League Baseball is a really good example of this. It never works out so well. But they would make their own deal and it would exclude the rest of us from it. Senator Cruz, this bill was dead. It was dead multiple times over the course of the last year and a half and it's one of the few things over the Democrats proposed that the Democrats have proposed this Congress that we've been able to crush. Senator Cruz revived it in

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Polls Show Republicans Ahead of Democrats on Immigration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Polls Show Republicans Ahead of Democrats on Immigration

"Nationwide survey from NBC shows Republicans are holding a commanding advantage on the issues of border enforcement and immigration. And now a new poll brand new poll out, I think the Dallas morning news has Abbott up by 11 points over beto o'rourke and beto o'rourke and other Democrats are livid. Over this illegals being sent to Tony Martha's Vineyard or Rehoboth beach Delaware or Kamala Harris mansion, I'm telling you what, this is, this is absolute perfection. Absolute brilliance.

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Jury in elderly deaths trial to resume deliberations Friday

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Jury in elderly deaths trial to resume deliberations Friday

"A Texas jury continues deliberating the fate of a man who is accused of killing at least twenty older women in a string of robberies that began in twenty sixteen defendant Billy trim your mayor used to be an at home care giver for the elderly he's been indicted on eighteen counts of capital murder according to The Dallas Morning News but the jury hasn't been told the number of cases it's only considering the death of eighty one year old Luke T. Harris found smothered in her Dallas home in twenty eighteen whose jewelry and house keys were found in the suspect's possession the defense rested its case without calling any witnesses but told jurors prosecutors could not prove to mere metres guilt beyond a reasonable doubt the suspect was caught after two victims survived and provided enough information to put police on his trail I am Jackie Quinn

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Look for a low near fifty. Eight here are today's headlines. A dallas police officer. Who was wanted on a charge of fabricating. Physical evidence has turned himself in according to dallas police. The officers charge stems from an illegal search. That involved five other officers. All six officers have been placed on administrative leave while police conduct an internal affairs investigation hughes lawyer. Toby shook said he had mistakenly left out. Some information in police report shook said hughes disputed the department's allegation and participated in an interview with the department's public integrity unit. A grand jury will decide whether to move forward with charges of official oppression against the five of them. Dallas county district attorney. John krusaa declined to release more information. Saying current texas law does not allow public comment regarding any case or issue before a grand jury in other news. Federal officials have launched an investigation into texas's man on mask mandates in schools waiting into the states ongoing legal battles over requiring face coverings during the ongoing pandemic investigators will examine whether the texas education agency may be preventing school districts in the state from considering or meeting the needs of students with disabilities. As a result of texas policy that prohibits school districts and individual schools from requiring the use of face masks to reduce the risk to students and others of contracting covert. Nineteen the us department of education's office for civil rights opened investigations into iowa. Oklahoma south carolina tennessee and utah on august thirtieth over there mask mandate bands but did not take the same step in texas until now because the state's ban was held up in courts and not being enforced. Meanwhile the city's top police watchdog is calling for dallas police to disclose more information about the handling of misconduct cases against officers after a dallas morning. News investigation revealed the secret dismissal of a criminal case against one officer. Tanya mccleary head of the office of community police oversight said that police officials had not informed her. That they had cleared sergeant. Roger rudd lov in march after he shot a protester at close range with pepper balls during. George floyd protests. The police department and the office of oversight are expected to exchange information about internal investigations that delve into shootings. Excessive force and other misconduct. But the ordinance governing the oversight office lack specifics on how information should be shared. The case became a local flash point over police violence during black lives matter protest last year drawing condemnations from city leaders and civil rights activists. The news also disclosed last week. That police failed to seriously punish radloff for misconduct allegations. Dating to the late. Nineteen ninety s most of those cases involved latino or black people and as conservative state leaders have moved to bar districts from requiring masks and to limit the discussion of race and racism in public schools. A sizable majority of texans disagree with such stances. While governor abbott has prioritized those issues over the past six months. A new university of texas at tyler poll indicates that voters including those who identify as independent. Don't approve of such partisanship in public schools. Have of all poll. Respondents thought that mass should be required in all k. through twelve schools with another quarter of respondents saying that the decision should be left up to individual school districts only twenty percent of respondents opposed mask requirements. Those who identified themselves as parents were more supportive of mask. Mandates fifty seven percent as were black sixty five percent and latino fifty seven percent respondents similarly fifty five percent of all respondents opposed abbots ban unmasked mandates although that question broke along partisan lines while sixty six and sixty seven percent of democrats and independents respectfully opposed such a ban sixty seven percent of republicans were in favor of abbots order..

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Sunny skies and a high of ninety four tonight. Look for a low of seventy four. The allegations of us from dallas police. Sergeant roger rudloff keep coming at least police records show eighteen in all mostly from black and latino people eight. People accused rudd law who is white of using inappropriate force. Thirteen accused him of making racist or abusive remarks. Ah dallas morning. News investigation found that the allegations rarely resulted in discipline instead. Rav moved up the ranks serving as a field training officer for new recruits and racking up at least one hundred twenty five commendations for his aggressive police work then last year. A photograph of radloff shooting pepper balls at a black lives matter. Protesters stoudt concerns from community leaders about police violence in march. Police quietly cleared radloff forty eight of criminal wrongdoing. Despite experts opinions there was ample evidence to charge him. The dallas morning news examined more than a thousand records tracking runoffs career for more on this story visit dallas news dot com meanwhile while local and federal authorities investigate the loss of at least twenty two terabytes worth of data mostly dallas police investigative files the inquiry seek to answer what could be done to prevent something similar from happening experts and information technology and cybersecurity. Who spoke with the dallas morning news said a loss of that magnitude could have been easily mitigated or avoided had basic safeguards been in place to protect sensitive data. The city said the employee who was responsible for the missing evidence had lost data on at least three occasions. Prompting the fbi to open its own investigation into whether it was purposeful to it. Employees will now oversee the movement of any data also fourteen day waiting period will be instituted before data is permanently deleted and a review will take place to analyze how the city stores and archives data officials say having to employees overseeing the movement of any data should have been the procedure to begin with other procedures that could have mitigated. The loss include aggressively managing the directory of people who have access to the data and segmenting data. So large swaths can't be affected at once in other news. Soap dispensers ceiling tiles and even parts of toilets are missing from several north texas schools. Courtesy of a new social media trend. It all started with the viral devious. Lick challenge on the social media platform tick talk viral video. Show students stealing or moving. School equipment. Mostly restroom appliances with teens. Trying to one up each other with bigger bolder thefts or vandalism. Computers microscopes projectors and even restroom stall doors have been stolen take talk has since removed content with the devious lick hashtag redirecting all searches of the term to its community guidelines page however despite the company removing the hashtag and related content several north texas school districts have already felt the effects. The challenges left frisco. Isd with fewer sinks seionage ceiling tiles. And yes even parts of toilets and grammy winning. Houston rapper. megan. The stallion leads the pack of more than a dozen artists who will support hip hop star post malone at his to postie fest concerts october thirtieth and thirty first at. At and t. stadium in arlington. Both concerts will be open. Air events outside the a safety measure of sorts against cova nineteen the shows are the third iteration of postie festive. At and t. stadium which began in two thousand eighteen but wasn't held last year due to the pandemic newly announced opening acts include little uzi. Vert roddy rich and jack harlow post malone began his career in grapevine as an acoustic singer-guitarist before catapulting to hip hop fame..

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Vaccinated Texas School Counselor Who 'Had Done Everything Right' Dies After Contracting COVID-19

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Vaccinated Texas School Counselor Who 'Had Done Everything Right' Dies After Contracting COVID-19

"The dallas morning news vaccinated. Texas school counselor. Who had done everything right dies after contracting cova carrollton texas try. Vm academy six hundred student. Charter school from her hospital. Bed sherry wise went on facebook to contemplate. What went wrong sixty-six-year-old woman. she said. She did everything right. She was fully vaccinated early in the pandemic mask-wearing to avoid touching people. The one thing that changed however was her new job. She was a secondary guidance. Counselor at vm. Academy she wrote on facebook. Is that where i got it. Who knows it proves the you can do all the right. Things and still succumb tragically. She succumbed two weeks. After that post she died. Now these stories. You're not hearing much about in the mainstream media.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"And. This is your dallas morning news. Today's weather expect sunny skies and a high near ninety one tonight. Look for a low near seventy one. Here are today's headlines. A federal judge on tuesday rip texas for failing to police bad foster care providers blaming her orders for a subsequent bed shortage after she forced the state to act district. Judge janice graham. Jack demanded that lawyers for governor greg. Abbott provide an explanation for why two departments under his control have clashed in recent months over sanctions against particular foster care providers while more than five hundred forty. People participated in the judges videoconference. Hearing jack did not call executives of provider entities to testify as expected lawyers for the children said. The emergency is so grave. A mediation of sorts is needed. They proposed a meeting in the near future between them. Between twenty fifteen and twenty twenty four hundred eighty five operations provided placements for foster children of them. Three hundred fifty. Eight or seventy four percent had safety records that did not warrant enhanced oversight in other news hospitalizations may be beginning to plateau in the dallas fort worth there have consistently been about thirty five hundred patients hospitalized daily with covert nineteen in the area council. Leader steve love said. There hadn't been any large increases in hospitalizations over the last week. A difference from trend seen in the two to three weeks before he cautioned that though the region overall may plateau and individual counties may not follow the same time line tarrant county for example may take more time before hospitalizations began to level out and collin and denton counties are still seeing regular fluctuations. Love said that pediatric cova nineteen hospitalizations. Continue to be high in comparison with previous months but that the number of children who are severely ill with the virus continues to fluctuate meanwhile for the second straight year. Dallas county commissioners failed to approve a cost of living raise for themselves and other elected government officials now. A committee of elected officials in grand jury selected from the public will decide whether those who have filed salary. Grievances will get a pay bump in a special called session of the court. Tuesday commissioners debated whether to give all county employees including elected officials a cost of living adjustment. County judge clay jenkins and commissioner elbow garcia. Said they would not support any increases in elected officials salaries jenkins abstained from the vote on prices. Motion and garcia voted against it. Garcia said she'd rather see raises go to county employees who make less than sixty thousand dollars. A measure that still being considered before the court finalizes the twenty twenty two budget and tax rate at the end of this month and amazon plans to hire one hundred twenty five thousand more employees in the us. About seventeen thousand of the new positions are in texas including eleven thousand in dallas fort worth the ecommerce giant is calling itself the largest job creator in the us hiring over four hundred fifty thousand people since the beginning of the pandemic. The new hiring round is for full. Time and part time workers and fulfillment and transportation this year seattle-based amazon opened more than two hundred fifty fulfillment centers sore tation centers. Regional air hubs and delivery stations in the us. Locally it has opened a fulfillment center and delivery station in forty delivery stations also have opened or will open. Soon in mckinney arlington mansfield in fort worth several more are opening and other major texas cities. The new jobs are on top of forty thousand. Corporate and technology jobs amazon announced earlier this month amazon already has thirty seven thousand employees in dfw up from about twenty thousand last summer when the pandemic sent more shoppers online in texas it had more than seventy thousand employees as of last month. Thanks for listening for more on today's stories and for the latest breaking news visit dallas news com and don't forget to check out the dallas morning news rewards program.

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I Got Egged, For Sure

Does This Happen to You

02:03 min | 1 year ago

I Got Egged, For Sure

"I got egged for sure if you leave out any gradient years. Zucchini bread won't rise to the occasion. Sometimes things don't go the way you want them to. What happens when you're entirely in the wrong. No ifs ands or buts about it. Well for life's little peccadilloes. There's always someone to meet out the proper punishment and they won't taste so good another lifetime ago. A colleague and i were in charge of designing the food section of a metro daily. The newspapers food editor selected the recipes. And did the test cooking and baking and wrote stories about the bounty. She discovered someone else. Took enticing photos. My friend and i had to make sure the recipes stories and photos were put together in an attractive package and then printed. Once a week. I learned a valuable lesson one day about paying attention to details my friends in the news. Business new this heck. Even my nana's quilting circle was familiar with the drill. Turns out that. I found out the hard way that cutting corners when it comes to recipes at least is pretty much a cardinal sin and the cooking community every little old lady in dallas county and beyond apparently gets up with the sun every thursday to snag their copy of the dallas morning news. Why well the food section of course then. They hunt recipes and coupons and pick up provision at the store to make those recipes that very same day. Yeah even in the digital age quite a few folks still get their paper thrown daily in the driveway. Any clue what happens when you make zucchini bread without eggs you end up with the equivalent of zucchini rocks along with quite a bit of egg on your metaphorical

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Opinion. And that's not the court accounts we could eventually losing the texas supreme court. And when that happens then i wanna have after. Follow the law. By that time we would have had three or four weeks of people in mass and fewer cases and people who don't have mass and so that just helps saying that we're doing the right thing writing and clearly you know you've been doing this a long time successfully. You're smart guy. You've got to have some form of a contingency plan in the back. I worked at my day job for. Unt we're we're doing A mandatory testing program is where we've gone One or the the the contingency plans in your mind should things continue to escalate from a more positive cases. And you're not allowed to force masks will answer the question one way. What's so different about the variant. Remember to we had about two two hundred employees campus employers that has had the virus since we started back. The students worst single digits now. They've passed the employees and that's most of them are the ones that have not unvaccinated so younger kids younger kids. So we put an incentive for adults to get vaccinated we've also put an incentive for students to get vaccinated and the esser dollars. Allow us to pay for that. So that's one trots that i'm looking at the other trunch. I thought paris. I is d was very creative. What they did you know. They said they're going to change their dress. Code and dress code requires mass. We're fighting this principle. This is we don't believe in that. But if i have to do that. I'm gonna i'm gonna say look we lost in the quarter law so now i have no authority so i'm just going to beg and plead with you to wear these masks and we're going to see. We can pull off address coat for you to wear these masks temporarily and we'll we'll lift the restrictions when the time is right so i've got i've been like you said was business for twenty seven years. I've got a plan. A backup plan plan. C. plan d. And we've got all those lined up depending on which way this thing goes as you said is twisting and turning on this path. Here's a question for you. That's that's maybe not the biggest thing in the big picture but but people in texas love football high school football right. How is the mask. Mandate impacting athletics and extracurricular activities. That's something. I don't think i've read and i'm assuming football starting up this friday yes in fact at kimball high school. Today on my wednesday visits i go to school. Every wednesday for twenty seven years and the kimball coach told me they play garland friday night. We asked him about his cases. They have no problem they can. We had four high schools that have had to cancel games this week south cliff. Thomas jefferson adamson. And i can't recall who the fourth one. How do you play football with a mask on you know. And how many of the kids have been vaccinated. Our estimate was thirty percent of the ones eligible have been vaccinated. I mean seventy percent haven't in the. Nfl has struggled. The texas rangers had to call up the minor league team this week and they've got the vaccine the vaccine so this so yeah in texas. We have to sports football spring football. And we're we're struggling through one of them right now. 'cause some schools aren't playing this weekend. Well let me ask you a little bit more about vaccines because in the in the course of all this we did get to the point where. The fda has approved the pfizer vaccine. We're expecting approvals In in short order from darna and johnson and johnson. So where do you go as a superintendent on the requirement for vaccination at this point. Well it's going to be similar to what we've done already and part of it is even like with this mask. Mandate if you could prove that you have a medical reason why you can't do it And we have a bonafide exception would put her on their id so that people wouldn't keep badgering a teacher or a student. Get your mask on. Get your maskell. 'cause they got their ideas as they have a legitimate reason not to have it so i've got a plan. I charged my team to come back with a plan on the vaccines. We've seen what new york city's down. We've seen with the california state of california's done we see. Many hospitals have done those were outside the state of texas. We have this whole thing with the passport. That was a loss. I'm have a challenge. Because i do this. We've gone the incentive route to start and so then we're trying to expand it. How can we do both a carrot and stick. The carrot is in the senate was some cash five hundred dollars for the employees fifty dollars for the kids. The stick would be well if you don't do it then. You have to get tested once a week. Where's the funding coming from for the incentives we have. We're very fortunate that And this new administration passed in part of their. Ezra plan allows you to give incentives now some districts just game a one time bonus of a thousand dollars to all their employees. I got criticized by our teachers union for not doing that. that's not an incentive. That's just coming back to work. But by giving them an incentive to prove that you're safe and healthy then it qualifies. I had my attorneys look at it and our ezra folks look at that Opportunity that we give them the feds in those federal dollars. So the american risk rescue recovery act so has that in their allows us to use those dollars. it has. you're talking about the school board. You mentioned that You visited with your board on the front of the decision. Have you talked to them since. And what's the reaction. Been of how things have gone well to every one of them have thanked me and the board and always thinking. This board is pretty tough. But i'll tell you about this board. They're all smart and they all care and and on issue like this. They've been winning. The pandemic started a few of them got my case because they were reading decisions in the dallas morning news at a news conference. You know and you know the board doesn't like it when they get it from somebody else before they here for me and also we have this protocol if you have bad news much chiesa gonna call you. I'm gonna call you know. This is a bad call. If i'm calling you myself directly and so they get that part so they did appreciate that A couple of them didn't don't agree with everything philosophically. But if you can prove you right up we're going to be with you and But you better have your proof. Because that's the way they are and they're smart they care. In fact i had lunch with the board member today. And this is kind of and i don. I didn't predict this. It's not why i'm doing it but they're all getting atta boys from people. I had lunch with caller garcia twenty four year old board member. she's got. She's getting commendations from professor. That was a professor in london when she was in school. She's hearing from people from all over the country. So am i about taking a stand on such a hot issue and so right now. The boards very supported. That could change on a dime if something goes awry but right now. They're very supportive. And we have board meetings every two weeks so this is kind of playing itself out in real time. You talk about the urban school districts within the state you've been communicating with. What about outside the state. Have you been communicating with with with your colleagues in other places. Absolutely i'm on a thursday morning call with the council great city schools. These are the seventy six most urban districts in the country and we compare notes. Texas and california are an anomaly and little bit of arizona because our situation our particular situations in other states is not a problem you can mandate a mask. It's been a problem in texas and arizona. And and and obviously florida and i know florida's different because they're county superintendents so the only have like twenty three counties and so i know all the ten for miami from orange county which is orlando superintendents. They're very well so we communicate regularly ball. So let me tell you this. Also communicate with the dallas county superintendents. In fact when i get off this call..

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Expect a low near seventy. Six here are today's headlines. The boycott is drawing to a close. Three democrats broke ranks and return to the texas house on thursday and now republicans have enough members needed to resume work on a controversial elections bill ending a weeks. Long standoff three democratic representatives walked into the chamber together and in a statement said they were proud of the work they had done to bring the fight for voting rights to washington. Dc house speaker dade full on gavelled in the chamber with ninety nine members present the bare minimum. He then declared a quorum and said it's time to give back to the business of the people of texas with enough house members present. Lawmakers can begin working full steam ahead on not just the elections bill but the rest of abbott special session agenda. It includes funding border security. Overhauling the state's bail system further limiting abortion inducing drugs and restricting the sports teams transgender students can play on. The senate has already passed a large chunk of the agenda and sent the bills over to the house where they've been stalled. Moving on dallas's top administrative city officials say underestimated the seriousness of recent loss. Police evidence byles being deleted and that all of the nearly eight terabytes of still missing files likely can't be restored chief information officer bills. Alinsky said an employee who wasn't identified failed to follow established procedure and initially deleted twenty two terabytes of data. The employee cancelled the deletion three days. Later after some colleagues alerted him to the disappearing files. Zilenski told council members. There was no intent to delete anything and the employees shouldn't have been allowed to delete that much information at once. The investigations involving the employees have since closed and his disciplinary action is pending zone. Linski said his department recovered about fourteen terabytes of the deleted files within the first week of inadvertently eliminating them. He said they knew. Seven point. five terabytes of files have been missing since april in other news. The texas education agency has issued an updated public health guidance in schools now appear to have much more leeway in deciding whether or not to implement a mask mandate the updated guidance issued thursday includes a significant shift in notification requirements by directing district's to notify all teachers staff and families if a test confirmed cova nineteen cases identified in a classroom or an extra curricular activity that differs from the t. as previous guidance which encouraged notification but did not require it in a call with the state superintendents thursday afternoon. Texas education commissioner. Mike morath said that when it comes to masks essentially this portion of our guidance has been removed given the litigation. The state's perspective has always been masks. Should not be required. Morath said but that doesn't necessarily mean that individuals can't use them or shouldn't use them. A flurry of lawsuits and temporary restraining. Orders have sparked widespread confusion over mask mandates as family. Send their kids to campus for the new school year. Meanwhile it's impossible to know how sakari richardson would have fared at the tokyo olympics. Had she debuted as the top american sprinter in the women's one hundred meters race or is it this weekend. The twenty one year old dallas native will get as close to a rematch as possible at the prefontaine classic on saturday. In eugene oregon. Richardson will race for the first time since she tested positive for marijuana at the us track and field. Olympic trials received a thirty day suspension for the doping violation and was disqualified from the olympic team. Richardson will run against a one hundred meters field. Almost identical to the group she likely would have faced in tokyo and there will be the chance for richardson albeit on a smaller stage with olympic redemption. Still three years away to prove her. Bold brash soaring stardom would have contended with the best this summer and after a fifth season with low ratings and anti-asian incidents television network bravo will not be bringing back real housewives of dallas next year in the first episode of the fifth season. Dr tiffany moon the first asian woman. Doctor of the franchise had a conversation with brandy redmond. Who made an instagram post mocking asians. On what was. Perhaps the series finale in may moon was accused of perpetuating asian stereotypes by fellow cast member cameron west cod a spokesperson at bravo said tuesday about the shows future. Nothing official has been decided. Real housewives of dallas is on the shelf for now but the show is not necessarily over. Real housewives of miami is now scheduled to return for a fourth season after.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Gonna i'm i. I'm not going to become a serial real estate developer. And i'd like to own this for a long time And i'd like to continue to see develop over the next twenty years But it's not a model that i'm personally going to replicate And you know. I'm almost an empty nester. Got two more years of that so probably something more low key or we're going hold you to that we're gonna see in ten years. They keep calling me back. Yeah i i actually see redbird as A model as i mentioned earlier for other malls Across the us. And so you know. I'm beginning to explore other communities that her experience similar challenges that we discovered here. Redbird how we can come in add value. There's other areas of southern dallas. I like to develop in as well. So i'm excited to see what the future holds. We'll look it's critically important and it for anybody who's who's listening go go down to redbird mall go. Cd's entrepreneurial shops the it's it's a really great day trip It's a it's a fun place to be. It's a neat place to check out into to understand that your city isn't exactly what you might Think it is if you never get down to a place. That's that's that's both beautiful and changing and growing in in positive ways. Hey thanks a lot guys for being with us. We really appreciate it. Thanks dr thank you. Thank you guys. You know southern southern growth and opportunity his would leads us to maybe our full potential right rudy amen to our audience. Thank you for listening to the deep side of dallas feel free to email us at deep side at dallas news dot com with questions comments and ideas for rudy bush. Paul corless. we'll talk to you soon. Side of dallas is presented by the dallas morning news in the university of north texas system. Our show is produced by aidan..

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"You guys have something to say about that. A hundred percent me now. i'll say two things. One is just general to comment. I made earlier about you. Know what if redbird has to do with with fair park. It's like in everyone's mind all of southern dallas monolithic. And it's exactly the same thing. There's no acknowledgement of how huge it is diverse population socioeconomically racially diverse pleasant growth and oak cliff. Have nothing to do with each other. They are so so different but but one thing happens in southern dallas and the entire areas painted with it. And so you're right. Valley view sat. You know with nothing going on. Nobody is saying oh. North dallas is viable. Right it's like that old headline murder in oak cliff. Where was actually. You don't know where the murder was. It was in oakland. There's an oak cliff half a southern the the the other thing. I'll say the phrase that you use just to be very. Frank is a phrase that that i hear from From from friends in the african american community all the time you gotta be twice as good to get half the credit and that is definitely true of this development there there. We have literally been murders north park in the parking lot. Nobody cares everybody flocks back there if there's a hubcaps stolen in the parking lot there's a channel.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Watch the movie. It's wednesday august eighteenth and this is your dallas morning news. Today's weather expect scattered thunderstorms and a high of eighty six tonight. Expect a low of eighty three year or today's headlines. Texas governor greg. Abbott has tested positive for cova nineteen. According to the governor's office. Abbott is in good health and is experiencing no symptoms. Everyone that the governor has been in close contact with today has been notified and texas first lady cecilia. Abbott tested negative. Abbott sixty three was fully vaccinated against cova nineteen late last year and early this year. Using the pfizer bio intech vaccine. Nbc news citing two unnamed sources said. Abbott has told people he received a third booster dose of the cova nineteen vaccine asked if the governor received a booster abbott. Press secretary rene easy. Said she is not aware. The governor will isolate in the governor's mansion and continue to test daily. The texas supreme court on tuesday ruled that the house democrats boycotting a special legislative session can in fact be arrested and forced back to chambers. The boycott has extended into the second special session called by abbot. Ten days ago most house democrats have returned to texas from washington and other locations but the boycott has continued. Tuesday's supreme court hearing nullifies the lower court's ruling and makes clear that quorum breakers according to the state constitution can be physically arrested and brought back to the capital. It's unclear when the stalemate over the quorum break will last but the majority of democrats staying away from the capital on tuesday remained committed to boycotting the session southwest airlines flight. Attendants say they are now at a breaking point after months of emergency working measures meant to cope with the sudden surge in passenger demand this summer in a letter to southwest airline ceo. Twu local five five six. The union representing.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"For now businesses and schools are still under a local mask mandate even though dallas county. Judge clay jenkins removed enforcement measures from his order. Monday for the rest of the state. It means there's a patchwork of orders as dozens of local governments and school. Districts defy the governor by preparing their own mask mandates and challenges in court jenkins amended his mask order monday to remove language that placed a fine of up to one thousand dollars on businesses. That did not require masks. He said he did so to comply. With the supreme court's order onto more dallas. Mask news with a patchwork of lawsuits temporary restraining orders and court hearing sparking mask mandate confusion a new temporary restraining order. Issued late sunday night could give texas school districts the ability to enact their own mandates as families prepared to send their children back to school. The new order was granted by travis. County judge and temporarily blocks governor. Greg abbott from prohibiting mask mandates in texas public schools. The restraining order essentially allows individual districts the leeway to set their own mandates independent from their counties officials with the attorney. General's office asked the supreme court of texas to block this order. The texas supreme court did not grant the attorney general's request on monday for an immediate blog based on the day before his decision stay connected to the latest and education by signing up for the dallas morning news weekly newsletter a dallas city manager admits that he and his executive team should have told the district attorney and other elected leaders sooner about missing police evidence in a memo late friday to mayor. Eric johnson and the city council. Tc broad neck said he and his team accept full responsibility for deleted data from the dallas police departments database in april when it was being transferred from cloud storage to a local server. He also outlined several policy. Changes broaden act said. The council will be briefed about the situation on wednesday during an executive session which is closed to the public. The discussion will take place in private because it involves security and legal issues. It's unclear what new information would be revealed in the closed meeting. Meanwhile due to the forementioned loss of police evidence a man who is waiting to stand trial in a murder case was released from the dallas county jail. Jonathan pitts walked out of the frank crowley courts building with an ankle monitor without being required to pay bond his trial in the case of january twenty nineteen homicide and northwest dallas was supposed to start last thursday but prosecutors said they needed more time to make sure evidence in his case wasn't among the eight terabytes of data. Recently lost. state law prohibits a person's detention when prosecutors aren't ready on the schedule trial date pits eventually could face trial and it's possible. The city and prosecutors may determine. No evidence is missing in his case. But in the meantime prosecutors are combing through their files and comparing them with police evidence logs. The city conducts an audit to.

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Texas House Speaker Signs Civil Arrest Warrants to Return Absent Democrats to Chamber

The Dallas Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Texas House Speaker Signs Civil Arrest Warrants to Return Absent Democrats to Chamber

"Arrest warrants for fifty. Two absent democrats were signed by house speaker dade full on late tuesday setting in motion the potential roundup of lawmakers who've avoided the capital in order to stymie. Gop elections bill. The house voted eighty two twelve tuesday to authorize law enforcement to track down the democrats just hours after the texas supreme court cleared the way for the house to order them back to the chamber to secure a corum. The warrants will be delivered to the house on wednesday morning and the move will likely further inflame partisan tension the house one republican voted against authorizing arrest warrants representative lyle larson of san

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"I'm paul corless chief. Communications officer for the university of north texas system. Here with my co host rudy bush of the dallas. Morning news rudy. We are entering a time of unprecedented change in college sports for decades. Da did not allow it. Student athletes to earn money despite the millions of dollars earns each year on college sports. That's all changing rapidly following the ruling by the us supreme court. On june thirtieth twenty twenty one that opened the door for student athletes to earn money on their name image and likeness in this episode. We're going to break down. What this all means in gained unique perspectives from two local basketball legends. That were ncaa stars and continue to work with athletes today. Cedric follows is a broadcaster and the dallas mavericks vice president for corporate affairs. He was an nba all star and played for the maps from one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two thousand after starring in college cal state fullerton and steven howard is a basketball analyst with deep dallas roots having led bishop lynch high school to a state basketball championship in the late nineteen eighties before going on to play at depaul university and in the nba. Cedric stephen to my good buddy's welcome to the show. Absolutely thank you so much that you had a nice guys guys. We'll jump into the topic. But i want to give a sort of a status of of. Here's where we are today. After this june thirtieth the supreme court ruling and When that ruling happened just to spread cavenaugh wrote the model would be flatly illegal in almost any other industry in america and that opened the doors for name image likeness opportunities beginning on july first and examples of an i l. Monetization opportunities are private lessons camps autographs marketing partnerships with businesses social media content setting up a business writing books and articles but this is not pay per pay for play or pay for performance or revenue sharing from athletic revenue so just wanted to clarify that and then each state has in the process or they have. I think more than thirty states have passed legislation that allows for this. So it's it's rapidly changing but where we are today. Is you can earn money beginning. July first on your name image likeness. So you know from there Really wanted to get us going down the road as far as conversing with the guys on this. Yeah and i'm incredibly interested in the opinions of of both of you won this. It's has always seemed to me as someone who'd has kinda just fans level understanding of the economics of college athletics that there is a deep on fairness in the way that we treat student athletes and the limitations that have been put on them historically in terms of how they could they could benefit from their work but as i have tried to learn a little bit more about this and educate myself i understand it does have a high degree of complication in terms of what sports make money. What sports are funded by other sports. But i can't get away from the fundamental sense of unfairness that if you're an athlete and you have some value tied up in your your talent your name your image and your likeness that you really don't get to benefit from that during your college years and i just wondering i'll start with you stephen singer please jump in whether you know a you agree or disagree with me and then be how far this in i l. ruling goes in bringing some justice to the system Yeah i i definitely agree that there's a lot of unfairness in college athletics. In the way in the past it has been run. You had the revenue sports bass. Men's basketball men's football that primarily funds the rest of the sports for the teams of whatever university. Bet you're talking about and the lack of the ability for most players because regardless of what professionals for you're talking about roughly one percent are going to play professional and so you have college first team all americans that never played professional sports in so they're not able to take advantage of what for all intents and purposes is the best money making years of their athletic career and so i think the nfl legislation did a good job of laying the baseline for how we can operate in college. Athletics is still a lot more work that needs to be done But you know it's definitely been an unfair landscape for college student athletes and and even hard to call them student athlete. If you are former athlete in you know of like what you had to go through as a student athlete. But i think you know l. legislation did a good job of just creating the landscape for the work to come after of but yes definitely something that needed to occur. I think like you said is that there's a lot of work that needs to be done. I mean.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"This is kera news reconnecting after a year of separation and loss is a work in progress. Kera and the dallas morning news are collaborating the document. How the pandemic has changed the arts and culture seen in north texas as corona virus cases rise in north texas k. Is jerome weeks checked in with local museums to see how they're handling masking when the major art museums north texas carefully reopened last fall. They required visitors. Wear masks that requirement eased as kobe. Vaccinations increased an infection rates declined. But july twenty seventh the cdc declared the rise of the delta variant means even vaccinated. People should wear masks now. Augustine arteaga is the director of the dallas museum of art. He says the museum continues to follow. Cdc guidelines following the cdc's guidance. This is what was is very important because it's scientists that not only. Can that should guide what we do. Both the dna and the komo art museum in fort worth now strongly recommend all visitors where masks the dna does require children under twelve. Where them because they can't be vaccinated at the kimball masks are now required for all staff vaccinated or not when it comes to lowering the risk of infection. One advantage museums have. Is their size open gallery. Spaces make social distancing easy in fact arteaga says the dna has returned to. It's normal hours the better to spread out visitors. I'm jerome weeks in dallas. This story is part of a collaboration between kera and the dallas morning news. The demands classical music writer. Tim giovanni has a story on. How other arts groups are handling masking. Other safety measures you can find it at arden. Seek dot org or dallas news dot com aversion will also appear in the newspaper..

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"At the dallas theater center in two thousand sixteen nothing less than a soggy barbecue. So are you. Are you a friend of jane's or christ. No i was just walking post. And i sold a load of free booze and sausages in joking playing british physicist chatting up a guy that's often the kind of character historian has taken on smart and funny and this is pistorius husband. Chris jury theater three. He's playing jeffrey. Skilling skilling went to jail for creating enron the giant texas energy fraud powerhouse before ideas the houston. Oilers dallas cowboys. the whole. Damn here he's been in demand for his talent playing just such aggressive alpha males of course these performances were long before vid. Dana schulte's is artistic director of stage western fort worth. She's worked with both performers. Chris carey and allison pistorious are two of the finest actors in the area. They are goto artists for any role and losing them israel tragedy but it's not just them like the vast majority of actors fury and pistorius haven't worked on stage in eighteen months theaters have been cautiously reopening. But now the delta variant may complicate those efforts the story is who teaches theatre. Smu says these days. She and a colleague. Just imagine plays and roles for themselves and daydream about work at this point because i just want to get back from work. It's been tough. And i'll be honest that it's been depressing ridden. The couple didn't get sick but coded. Still hit here with a triple whammy. No acting jobs. Plus his gigs is a bartender. Dried up then. He got an office job but cove enforced that company to downsize as well and here his position was cut equity the actors union provided the couple with health insurance but actors receive insurance only if they work a set number of weeks per year and no one was working this past year. So no more equity. Health insurance dana. Schulte's there are hundreds of us just in this area alone who no longer have insurance so it's no wonder that people are scrambling to find other careers to support their families here. He is indeed switched careers this fall. He'll start teaching public school in peril. And i'm looking forward to getting married buying a home or needing healthcare. Even without cova complicating things. These life events often hit actors hard in their thirties and forties. They require the kind of financial security that the nonprofit arts in america generally do not provide naturally such life. Events can also bring joy. See if you can figure out what happened to stories in eerie two years ago into for finding me there are things i've read really really great. I think this year has been a huge reminder to find things to be ready for. She's grateful for austin birdie and charlie triplets all girls two years old of course triplets for anyone would be life changing but the toddlers did add childcare to the dilemmas. Cova has dumped on the couple. These three little. Bundles have also made things. Change the gig gig. Lifestyle is no longer really viable so another reason here. He switched from the stage to the classroom and two stories while still hoping looking for theatre roles. We'll continue teaching acting students at smu. It's my job to help them. Be prepared for anything because who knows what the new normal is going to be. She's learned other things from the pandemic such as roles eight jumpy to gigantic arts organizations. Have make everything happened. Maybe you need you in a couple of friends and a creative idea. That's all it takes. Many of us are eager to return to the way things were the colder has made it plain that the new normal may not be the old normal. of course. that's also something you often learn when you have kids. I'm jerome weeks in dallas. This story is part of a collaboration. Between kera and the dallas morning news you can read a longer version and see

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Up to the trend that trade deadline. Now we're going to talk a little cowboys And they're out there at training camp david david temperature and ochsner. It is jerry calls in right now as we're talking i believe it is sixty. Seven degrees in the marine layer has not burned off. I will say there is no trip to ox. Nerd is jerry calls it last year but the the three two two to three previous trips. It was warmer here than it had been. It was actually getting up into the mid seventies Sometimes even the upper seventy some days and that marine layer would burn off by Seven thirty eight in the morning. But now this hawking why are we having marine layer talk now in this camp. I would say the marine layer is not burning off till about noon twelve thirty and it has been. It's been a return to what this climate has been for so long in southern calvert but but but i will say this the song it never rains in southern california did not apply yesterday because it rained for about two and a half to three minutes. Here which is only the second time. I can remember since i've been coming here. My god how you guys are suffering. That's the problems. Leventis songs is that you know talking about never rain in southern california. What a ridiculous lyric. That was in the first place i love. I'll talk about marine layers. You don't have makes me all patriotic. So.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Look for a low of seventy seven here. Are today's headlines. The explosion in plano neighborhood this week. That leveled one house damaged several others and left. Six people. hospitalized may have been intentional. The short update from the plano police department gave no indication. What made police think this or where. The story originated but plano fire. Authorities said tuesday that nothing about the explosion pointed toward a criminal act on wednesday. Police noted that the incident appeared to be isolated and there were no further threats to the community. They have declined to provide further details including information about whether anyone has been arrested. The explosion ripped through cleveland drive near west park boulevard. Several other homes in the neighborhood had windows broken from the blast. Plano police and the plano fire. Marshall are continuing to investigate the explosion. Meanwhile the capital murder trial for a dallas man accused of killing his three year. Old son ended in a mistrial wednesday. Jurors were divided eleven to one in favor of convicting brandon edwards lawyers questioned the holdout juror in a hearing that was closed to the public. The juror said she did not believe that edwards was guilty and felt that reviewing the evidence wouldn't change her mind the judge initially declined prosecutor's request to interview the holdout juror before clearing the courtroom of spectators. An hour later she declared a mistrial lawyer said it was too early to determine how they proceed but prosecutors could decide to take edwards to trial again. He previously rejected an offer from prosecutors to plead guilty to murder in exchange for a sixty year. Prison sentence under that deal edwards could have been considered for parole after thirty years in other news. Let's talk college football. Texas and oklahoma have reached out to the southeastern conference about potentially joining the league. The report from the houston chronicle stated that an announcement could come within a couple of weeks concerning the potential edition of university of texas and oklahoma university to the league sec. Commissioner greg sankey told the dallas morning news that he has no comment on that speculation the. Sec is currently the largest of the five power five conferences with fourteen member schools tying it with the acc and big ten the big twelve. The current home of texas and oklahoma is the smallest of the five conferences with just ten members and would be left with eight member schools. If this reported shift came to fruition neither oklahoma nor taxes would confirm any discussions about a potential. Move to the sec. Big twelve commissioner. Bob boles be. Who's ten member league would suffer a major blow. If the rumors are true. Did not return. Messages seeking comment and dallas. Researchers are studying the potential link between covert nineteen and hearing researchers think the novel corona virus affects the neural pathways involved. In hearing this is based on. What's already known about how the virus causes other neurological symptoms at the moment scientists. Don't yet have a good understanding of which specific cells in the ear are the most vulnerable to the effects of cove infection but they speculate that during covert infection the inflammatory process attacking other tissues. Also attacks tissues that are associated with the auditory structures most of the data initially available to researchers came from case reports where the authors described interesting observations about one person or a small number of people but a systematic review published in march and international journal of audiology combed through hundreds of records from people who were hospitalized with covert and examined how common hearing and balance disorders are in that group of hospitalized patients..

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6 Texas House Democrats Test Positive for COVID-19 in D.C.

Red Eye Radio

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

6 Texas House Democrats Test Positive for COVID-19 in D.C.

"Of the Democrat Caucus of the Texas House, has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the Dallas Morning News. Some of that group now self quarantining in their hotel rooms in Washington, D C, where they flood. Last week, the bloc of votes on a new Texas voting reform bill after saying

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Ninety three tonight. Expect a low of seventy four here are today's headlines the democrats who fled texas last week to prevent the legislature from passing republican backed voting bills will continue pushing congress to pass federal voting legislation with a series of meetings with labor leaders and other advocates. They planned to attend a five day conference with elected officials from across the country. The roundtable has been adapted to be more virtual after three of the texas house members. Tested positive for kovic nineteen according to the texas house democratic caucus all three members who tested positive are fully vaccinated organizers of the conference told. Nbc news that with everything going on right now. They didn't want to postpone the roundtable. The conference begins monday and will be hosted by the service employees international union texas meanwhile as the delta variant of the corona virus surges across the united states and mexico residents of both countries will have to wait at least another month maybe longer before they can cross the border. Border leaders are concerned by the disparities in how mexicans and americans are allowed to cross as residents living along near the border. Wait americans outside. The border are freely flying to mexico with little hassle. The reopening date is conditional on mexico's vaccination rollout in the number of confirmed cove in nineteen cases. Us authorities have set a goal for vaccination levels in border municipalities of at least seventy percent before reopening only sixteen percent of mexicans have been fully vaccinated and twenty eight percent have received at least one dose in comparison sixty percent of americans are fully vaccinated and sixty seven percent have received at least one dose in other news. As the state's labor shortage gets worse. Many taxes are asking why not tap immigrants. The us had over nine point. Two million job openings. In may and many are complaining about the difficulty of finding candidates foreign born workers have been crucial to texas his rapid growth for decades in may they accounted for nearly twenty three percent of texas nonfarm workers almost six percentage points higher than the share nationwide together hotels restaurants and manufacturers had over two million openings in may up by eight hundred fifty three thousand since february twenty twenty immigrants already hold a disproportionate share of jobs in those industries and one local restaurant. Owner says there needed to staff up and get business growing again in twenty nineteen dallas fort worth had nearly one point five million immigrants just over nineteen percent of the population while the us had nine point two million job openings in may it also had nine point three million people unemployed that month foreign born workers can fill those gaps and help companies add more jobs for native born residents and police have long said a woman who survived an attack in plano helped lead them to shamir but they hadn't identified her publicly until now. Mary bartell was attacked in her apartment at preston place. Retirement community in march twenty eighteen. She survived and help police crack the case of the alleged serial killer who targeted elderly women. Bartels family has now published a book about her life publicly acknowledging for the first time her role in cracking the case the book details the attack. How bartell helped police finally realize women were being killed in their homes and independent living facilities. And how the attack affected her mental and physical health in her final years. Billy shamir was charged with capital murder with two attempted capital charges. One for the attack on bartell. Mary bartell died in february of last year. At the age of ninety two the dallas morning news is not named her until now either because she was a surviving victim of the crime and at the request of families of other victims..

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Excellent thirty six percent ranked it as poor thirty eight percent fair and in twenty one percent as good. And if you look at this survey It kinda thousand foot level. Disd is still for residents on dallas. The biggest barrier to the city's success. So help me square this circle. Where are we at this point in time in our public school system. And where do we need to go. Well when you read those numbers. I think about What was the movie with Jim carey and The other guy dumb and dumber. He says so. You're saying a chance. People may believe the disd is getting better. But there's a long way to go. I would say rudy that the system as it stands today is in the best spot. It's been in in quite some time in multiple generations. The fact of the matter is that far too. Many people still and i'll just be blunt are ignorant about the quality of public schools in that. Ignorance is not is not manifest. I think from some bad place issue simply that people are stuck on the historical narrative of disd. And for whatever reason whether it's that the system our system itself hasn't communicated in an effective way or we have and people just don't believe it People will still tell you that it needs to improve but when you look at the data and this is something that does doesn't an i live by the dadar clear. Quantitatively longitudinal early. This system has improved and made market improvement year after year for the past decade on any measurement. Let's get into that dustin. 'cause you're you're a numbers guy you you roll through the data. What are the data points that feel like support. What miguel is saying about the enhancement of the district. You know in the last few years. Yeah i mean there are tons. I've i think the most impressive one for me is the number of underperforming her f- rated schools that we used to have vis-a-vis what we have today. If you if you look back five or six years ago we had forty seven schools. That were rated. I are by the state and this year. We got down to three. And that's probably the most impressive educational statistic anywhere in the country During that same time period we saw third grade reading. Scores improved by eight percent. We've outpaced the growth of the state on average across all assessments by six percent where the fastest improving urban school district and in the country. And you know. I think if it doesn't really matter to be honest which data element you look at. Every one of them tells the same story. But i would echo. What miguel said. I mean if you grew up in dallas like me you're used to decades of reading on the front page of the dallas morning news about the turmoil and the dallas school board and about kids underperforming. And you know. I think that sort of brand that sort of perception takes a while to change. And frankly school districts in general and us included or not very good at marketing. So we've got the successes data to prove it. We just gotta do better job of telling the story to overcome that that brand sure and i love pitching the newspaper under the bus as much as anybody wait. No i don't like that at all. The fact of the matter is that those headlines reflected a reality for alert. I'm not suggesting the headlines. Where an accurate. I think that the school board was dysfunctional. And there for many years we were you know seriously underperforming for our kids but if you look at the last five to ten years there's been a remarkable turnaround underway in the isd. And i think that dallas morning news is gonna done a good job of covering that transformation and additionally i. I'd make the argument that if you look at today's school board and i can say this now objectively. Because i'm no longer on the school board. I think this is one of the best school. Boards that dos. Ice tea has ever had. It is pooled together a very diverse group of individuals with storied backgrounds A very intellectual board. Dallas ice tea is attracting leadership back to the system to then put the tough Changes in place that that need to continue to improve his but have for quite some time in that alone i feel like is a great Testimony to the market improvement. That's happened. Have you guys talked about how to get the word out about the progress i i live in dallas. I'm not a disd parent. I would say generally you know water cooler talk among friends at our parents. I've noticed an uptick in in their feelings about how the school district is doing. But i obviously based on that survey. We're talking about. It's it's not happening everywhere. So is that something strategically that you guys have talked about. Obviously dustin. You're you're living day to day right now. Yeah absolutely in fact we recently just launched a new marketing campaign with the sort of byline of this is home. And we're putting more money behind that than we've never done in the past and we're also starting you know. In addition to that sort of macro level brand exposure we're also starting to make micro level comparisons between schools in particular neighborhoods The superintendent is fond of saying that when he was here the first go round there were something on the order of seven. To eight thousand kids enrolled in charter schools within disd's boundary attendance boundaries. And now that number is thirty. Five to forty thousand and they achieved that success in the growth in market share of students because they were marketing. And what we've started to do now is to make local level comparisons between the local. Disd school and the closest charter alternative and talk about the programs that are available in disd. The athletics that you can get there that you can't get from the charter school of fine arts offerings. That you can't get from the charter school. And the academic performance that actually show that that local. disd school is actually outperforming. The charter school competitor in there has just as mentioning this growth of choice. Opportunity for people. From all across the city has been exponential and it provides a robust set of opportunities that quite honestly never existed in the past including socio economic integration schools where fifty percent of the kids have got to be low income the other fifty percent middle to upper income. Every one of these choice school some of your listeners may know the name solar prepatory school for girls and boys. These schools have all got wait list. And you've got middle class families who are scratching at the door to try to get their kids in so as as choices evolved you started to see some of the water cooler talk Change but i want to take a macro step back for a second and say the conversation around the quality of public schools and the archaic narrative about public schools isn't unique to dallas. This is happening all across the nation. I would actually point to douse to say if there is one city or at least a one of a few cities that is beginning to change the watercooler talk. It is dallas. I'd also point to dc public schools. I point to denver public schools. Although there's been some regression recently there the other thing i'd say is that for a very very long time. Dallas ice sti was a reactive media participant They waited until the bad stories came up and then tried to fight those stories. I would say that over the past decade that philosophy of media engagement has also shifted. And if you go when you just do a general. Google search dallas ice in the news. There are a lot more honest positive stories about the great stuff happening. But let's dig into. Why that is. I don't think that's like a pr strategy right. We got to to get to. What's really going on here. Which i think is probably one of the most important stories in education in the country. We got a dial back. The clock a little bit and look at some really hard political choices that disd made not without a little bit of blood spilled frankly and hair loss and hate inherited us right Thank goodness is a podcast. But what were the critical.

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"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"dallas morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Paul cordless chief. Communications officer for the university of north texas system. Here is my co host rudy. Bush the dallas morning news. And today we had the pleasure of talking to eight. True dallas icon back in the late nineteen seventies a videotape of dale hansen wrestling. A bear helped him break into this market and four decades later. He's announced his retirement. Effective september second as dean of dallas sportscasters leaving behind the legacy of wrestling with tough issues. And not just bears like domestic abuse gay rights racism child molestation and all the while poking fun at himself having a good time and telling it the way he sees it when it comes to local sports dell hanson. Welcome to the show. We gotta hear about this bear. Everybody does lay for some reason. I voted intrigue. That story has stayed hidden for a long time. but i've always bought of my best stories. I wrestled a bear rosca in nineteen seventy eight. Maybe early seventy nine. I is at the convention. Saturday had a boat show and there was a bear there and i wrestled the barrett omaha nebraska. Well a few months later. I get fired onto brassica and i have any audition dates. I thought i'd never leave omaha quite honestly and i call this buddy. Paul young director i said. Do you have any tapes of our shows by jazz. Because i gotta have something to do. Apply the only one. I got when you did that. Live shot at the boat. Show so i sent it to a head hunter in new york city named shirley barish and she was really a crazy woman and all i had on was like. He's stupid jackets with big mtv logo on it. Because that's what they made us. Where would run on a remote location. And i'm wrestling a bear. And that's basically the gist of all. I've got she calls me and she was a heavy smoker as she really did. Talk like this. I was j body. Are you applying for a job as a sportscaster or to be an auto mechanic at the skelly station. I that's the best that guy. Let me see what i can do. She said the day cosby a month or two later. Got you interview in dallas. And i said and i swear to edgewood texas. How many dallas's d. Because i never. I never dreamed i swear in my wildest dreams i never imagined i fly down to dallas. I'm interviewing for the job. I think i'm i'm thinking it's going pretty well and john mccain and not the john mccain the anchor that i worked with but a different john mccain was the general manager he leans back and he goes all right about this. If i run. If i hire you where you're russell a bear and thinking sure wrestle a bear what are the odds and about six months later there was a 'nother show boat show at the convention center here in downtown dallas and i had to go russell another bear. Wasn't there a scene in the movie. Anchorman where there was a bear. Being wrestled is that with the bear. The bears trained not to go back to overhaul. The guy says to the guy you want to put on a show for these people right. And i said yeah he goes. Hit the bear as hard as you can these that you cannot hurt the bear so the introduced me because everybody else out there and it was like support like if you knocked the bear onto his back. You win one hundred dollars or something. So everybody's after trying to wrestle and the bear is somewhat trade he's got a muzzle on but he just reaches down pulls your legs out knocks you down. Whatever so they introduced me. And i just come running out as hard as not. I wasn't quite as big as i am now. But i was still about ten six four to ten and i go full speed across the stage. I dove into that bear with the best body blocked tackle. you can make the bare. Just kinda shrug that been. I got up. He pulled my legs underneath me. Pinch me again in both cases that i wrestled a bear. I went back to the station. This happened both times true. I went back to my editor. And i said listen. Let's just do about thirty forty seconds. Stops you just. I russell invite five minutes so as let's do it for like thirty to forty second. Just kind of the guy came back and he goes. I'm sorry is there another tape as we should only By thirty seven seconds. I said no seriously. I wrestling for like five minutes. No we ran the whole longest thirty seven seconds long. and i'm on the mat. The bear be like four times that i can't breathe. I can't breathe. So what year do you get to dallas. Nineteen eighty nine thousand eight august. One thousand nine hundred and what i can wondering about and what i haven't really 'cause i've listened to a number of interviews with you have watched you for years. I'm just short of interest at what the dallas scene was like then what dallas sports scene was like been and just if you can take us through that memory lane and we were talking about north dallas forty four it was. It was a lot of that quite honestly you have to understand. I was thirty two years old. And i was single at the time and i used to hang out with the cowboys and the cowboys in nineteen eighty nine thousand nine hundred eighty one eighty two. They go twelve in four twelve and four. Like twelve and four. They go to the nfc. There was a strike year at the end of that but they go to the nfc championship game every year. Lost every they lost every year. But i'm thinking man. I still pretty cool although to find out later. That wasn't good enough for the cowboys fans but in the streets. Yeah well now. They've now they would die for such a thing. But i'm hanging out with you pearson. Too tall jones. And all the guys. And i'm only thirty dude. They're like twenty five twenty six and it was just fantastic and looking back as a little strange because all cowboys all the time and i used to get criticized for it is. I'm gays but the rangers were horrible. Raiders hadn't even sniffed anything yet The mavericks were just coming onto the scene so they were bad for several years and of course we never imagined that we would have like a professional hockey. But what set me apart and what enabled me to get a little bit of a foothold..

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Lil Loaded, Dallas Rapper Behind Hit "6locc 6a6y", Has Died at 20

The Dallas Morning News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Lil Loaded, Dallas Rapper Behind Hit "6locc 6a6y", Has Died at 20

"Dallas rapper. lil loaded has died officials. Confirm dallas rapper. Lil loaded who had a viral hit with block baby in summer. Twenty nineteen has died. The dallas county medical examiner's office confirmed that the twenty year old. Whose legal name was d. Sean robertson died monday. His cause and manner of death have not been determined. Robertson signed with epic records after block baby went viral with more than twenty five million views on youtube. That song was certified gold by the recording industry association of america last week and robertson wrote in an instagram post about the certification that he had the dope est fan base on earth asking yari an attorney for robertson said that his clients death was very tragic and that he didn't see it coming. Murray said the record label believe strongly in robertson and had invested heavily in his success. Stanley gabbard whose production company worked with the record label. Seth of a young man who was so talented and full of joy came as a shock. This kid was on a great path. He said adding that he loved watching robertson. Make music

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United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

United Airlines International Travel Recovery Still Far Off

"What they were before the pandemic. 90% free covert levels was the quoted figure. Dallas Morning News is reporting that things are a bit more turbulent on the international side of things, however, American plans to cut down on its flights to South America routes to places like Sao Paulo, Lima and Santiago will all be reduced along with some outbound flights from New York and Miami. Driver here is what else? The pandemic Covert 19 cases are rising and parts of Brazil, Peru and Colombia that's reducing the demand for international travel, at least for now. American Airlines plans to revisit these root reductions later in the summer. Stevie Ray Vaughan and taking us up to 29 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time The news roundup.

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American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

Texas Standard

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines Cutting Flights to South America Because of COVID-19

"What they were before the pandemic. 90% free covert levels was the quoted figure. Dallas Morning News is reporting that things are a bit more turbulent on the international side of things, however, American plans to cut down on its flights to South America routes to places like Sao Paulo, Lima and Santiago will all be reduced along with some outbound flights from New York and Miami. Driver here is what else? The pandemic Covert 19 cases are rising and parts of Brazil, Peru and Colombia that's reducing the demand for international travel, at least for now. American Airlines plans to revisit these root reductions later in the summer. Stevie Ray Vaughan and taking us up to 29 minutes past the hour. Texas Standard Time The news roundup.

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Matthew McConaughey Leads Gov. Greg Abbott in New Texas Poll

The KFBK Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Matthew McConaughey Leads Gov. Greg Abbott in New Texas Poll

"New poll from the Dallas Morning News and the University of Texas at Tyler found 45% of registered voters would vote for actor Matthew McConaughey for governor. The poll found 33% would vote to re elect Governor Greg Abbott and 22% would vote for someone else. McConnell. He has not said if he will run or not.

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Dallas County Has Logged Only 2 Flu Cases This Season

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Dallas County Has Logged Only 2 Flu Cases This Season

"Patty. All yours with us right now. Infectious disease handless director The Global Bio Risk Advisory Council lead on her in times like this now, Because this is this is one of those that just is a head scratcher for Hispanic. Yeah, This is a story of the Dallas Morning news because I could come up with a couple of theories. But I want you to walk me out of him on and that's the story that in Dallas County this flu season They have recorded two flu cases. No flu deaths. That's down from about 18,000. In the previous flu season is far as cases they're concerned, Patty explained. The student police Well, everything that we've been doing all the practices the wearing of the masks, the social distancing the hand washing the you know, um and people actually went and got their flu shots this year as well. We had a large percentage of that. Um and you know, it all worked. And I think that that's a message that we need to learn. Is that everything that we've been doing for starts Colby to is actually working for other diseases as well And we're seeing that, um, in certain types of things like the

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Driver of stolen Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance taken into custody

The Dallas Morning News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Driver of stolen Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance taken into custody

"Authorities pursued a stolen dallas fire rescue ambulance into collin county before eventually taking. Its driver into custody yesterday afternoon. Nbc five reported that the ambulance had been stolen earlier in the day. It was taken from fire station fifty three in far east dallas at about two pm. The ambulance was speeding. North on u s highway seventy five in plano and an unmarked police car was following behind texas department of public. Safety troopers joined the pursuit as the ambulance left the highway and drove through allen for about fifteen minutes repeatedly driving on the wrong side of the city's surface streets. The driver was then apprehended by state troopers shortly before three pm. After a brief attempt to run in the five hundred block of joyce way in mckennie authorities did not release his

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Police Stop Vehicle Suspected In 4 Attempted Dallas Area Kidnappings

The Dallas Morning News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Police Stop Vehicle Suspected In 4 Attempted Dallas Area Kidnappings

"Denton and corinth. police arrested. A man who was driving a vehicle that was linked to multiple attempted kidnappings over the weekend in denton county denton. Police stopped the suv late yesterday afternoon. Police said the driver whose identity was not released was arrested on an unrelated charge of driving while intoxicated and is being held at the denton county jail. Meanwhile in the latest kidnapping attempt corinth police said the trying to lure a woman into his vehicle. Shortly after twelve thirty pm yesterday on lake sharon drive. The suspect was wearing a hoodie sunglasses and a medical mask. He did not display a weapon

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Dallas area GOP congressional candidate disparages Chinese immigrants

The Dallas Morning News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas area GOP congressional candidate disparages Chinese immigrants

"A republican candidates seeking to replace the late ron right in congress unleashed a blistering attack against china and potential chinese emigrants. I don't want them here at all. Former donald trump administration officials. Siri kim said during a republican congressional candidate forum in arlington. Kim's remarks come as hate crimes against asian-americans are on the

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Dallas County has given out more than 250,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses

The Dallas Morning News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas County has given out more than 250,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses

"Dallas county officials celebrated giving their two hundred and fifty thousand dose of the covid nineteen vaccine at fair park yesterday. A major milestone for the once troubled site that seems to have found it stride. Judge clay jenkins the county's chief executive who also led the effort at fair park said small daily improvements by team that includes local fire departments. The us army coast guard. The federal emergency management agency and toyota have paid off. Federal officials have been at fair park since february. Twenty fourth as part of the biden administration's effort to increase vaccine distribution too vulnerable populations changes to the site include splitting up entrances for people getting their first or second dose moving checkpoints and improving the digital reservation system. Today was better than yesterday. But not as good as tomorrow jenkins said. We're going to continuously improve until everyone who wants a shot gets one

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1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center

The Dallas Morning News

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center

"Dallas is receiving eight million dollars to allow federal officials to use the downtown convention center to house unaccompanied immigrant teens in us custody. That's according to city officials rocky vaz's dallas's emergency management director said. The current is four seventy five days and it allows the use of space. The k bailey hutchinson convention center including its largest exhibit hall and a nearby lobby city officials revealed details of the leasing agreement with the us department of health and human services and the federal emergency management agency during a meeting with the dallas morning news editorial board on friday according to the human and health services department the emergency intake site was opened. Wednesday and as of friday morning was hosting two hundred boys ages. Fifteen seventeen another two hundred boys were to be bused to the convention center by the evening

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Immigrant Teen Boys to Be Held at KBH Convention Center In Dallas

The Dallas Morning News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Immigrant Teen Boys to Be Held at KBH Convention Center In Dallas

"Up to three thousand unaccompanied immigrant teens. Who crossed the mexican border and are now in. Us government custody will be held in dallas. Is downtown convention center. Starting this week officials say an exhibit at the k bailey. Bailey-hutchison convention center will be used for up to three months by federal agencies to house fifteen to seventeen year old boys. The decompression center will be used to alleviate overcrowding at other us facilities closer to the mexican border according to an email sent yesterday by rocky baz dallas emergency management director the federal emergency management agency approached the city of dallas about leasing a convention center hall late friday as a temporary shelter for unaccompanied teens. Who have crossed into the us from the rio grande valley area federal officials to the convention center on saturday and confirmed the next day that they wanted to lease space in the building

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