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Dallas Police Chief Resigns in Wake of Policing Protests

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Dallas Police Chief Resigns in Wake of Policing Protests

"The chief resigns, and now there are three countem three openings. This is the care of the afternoon news with Kristen Diaz. I'm David Rankin. Now that the Dallas Police chief Rene Hall announced her resignation, the three biggest cities in North Texas all have openings openings at at the the top top of of their their police police department's department's Dallas Dallas Fort Fort Worth Worth and and Arlington Arlington are are all all looking looking to to find find their their next next police police chief. chief. Sandy Sandy Harvey, Harvey, is is the the chief chief of of police police in in the the South South Texas Texas city city of of far far and says it's been tough being a police officer. Much less a chief over the past few years. I think what happened is that those lines, those mutual expectations, Uh, those lines are blurred now, so it's tough to do your job. When you don't know what that job is sometimes anymore, Arlington Mayor Jeff Williams says they've had over 70 applicants for the job in their city as to what they're looking for their next chief. We don't need to get locked into predetermined ideas because we've got to find the best candidate possible. It's a hard job being a police chief in any community, he says. There's

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:12 min | 6 months ago

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"With David Rankin, We're lining the Mercedes Benz Plano New Center, and you can stay connected to Karol. Get breaking news alerts right on your phone, download the radio dot com app. Happen the heart to favorite K R L D you know, in fighting the spread of Koven, 19 social distancing matters most. And that's the new finding in research, led by Dr David Rubin, director of the policy lab at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He spoke with Carol These Mitch car? Yeah, we've message masks, which I think could be an important barrier. But you know, we've almost done it to the detriment of talking about distancing about limiting the size of your gatherings. If distance is the key. How much distance are we talking about? That comes from the knowledge of how a lot of our respiratory viruses spread, particularly rest trans, larger respiratory droplets. I know there's been some Data suggests that the crown of ours the stars Kobe to virus that's involved here can harass allies to be in the air for hours. But in actuality, the attack rate within households mirrors what we see with other common respiratory viruses. Where most of those respiratory droplets will will drop to the ground within six feet of the individual If they call, And what about the schools? Many classrooms don't have the size two separate kids by six feet. That's why it was so important to try to get our positivity rates down extremely low, so that the likelihood you know as school district way these tradeoff likely that there would be a super spreader event within a school. Would go down. But, you know, putting kids three feet apart, impact into a classroom with a positivity rate of 15% or whatever it is there right now, or 10 15%. Is just going to fail to me. The secret for these schools. These urban districts was we needed to really be great case counts in some areas of Texas. We've seen some hints of that in Waco and in in Austin, and I'm looking for a model this week. Then what kind of strategies can an urban school district? Think about 11 testing positive. The rates are low. And if you still want to get the kids back in school and the teachers and you can't do the six feet, what are the options? Well, you can add plexiglass between the teacher and the kids that you know, assuming he or she is wearing a mask as well to like, Teach for America has got a big history down there in Texas. And there are other programs like you up using paid substitutes that might be called college grads don't have jobs right now to assist teacher older teachers in the classroom because you know they have to feel safe in order to get them back to school. The reality is it's got to be some confidence of safety. And so if you can't do the 16 that's gonna road confidence in your teaching staff, they could go back to school safely. If you substitute that with volunteers allow them to have greater physical distance or even teach online into the room with teaching assistant knowing there are things you can do to provide that confidence to parents to teachers that you're trying to mitigate some of the classroom. Now, Ruben says a major factor in reopening schools is getting the virus positivity rates down around 5% not the 10 to 20% we've been seeing here in Texas ports in the news for Weather Brothers roofing. There's a number of downsides to working from home that employees have discovered during the pandemic. This site from one poll finds half of workers say the work life balance is now imbalanced. It's a working from home makes it harder for them to separate their work time from their family time. 20% say they actually miss their commute to and from the office. Normally, a commute gives them time to mentally prepare to go to work or come down from a busy day at the office after work. 15% say it's not all that convenient to have their offices only a few feet from their bedrooms. Almost half say they just missed the chance to see and talk to the coworkers. Everyday. People in Arlington are in need of food, and they're asking for donations. We have the details in the story after traffic and weather together on the eights 1 80/1 11 and I had a stroke. I couldn't speak walk. This is high blood pressure. Get back on your plan. Gotta lower your HBP dot org's brought to you by the American.

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Need some good news about Covid-19?

KRLD Sunday Morning News

03:07 min | 6 months ago

Need some good news about Covid-19?

"Been been mostly mostly bad bad when when it it comes comes to to information information about about the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Harvard professor Joseph Allen at Harvard University's Th Chan's School of Public Health. Talk to Carol. These David Rankin and says there is some good news that therapeutic will be vaccine. So people may have heard of the steroid DEC. Method Stone on the antiviral disappear. These are being used to treat patients who are quite sick with Kobe 19. But there are other therapeutics that should be coming on the market, including what we call monoclonal antibodies. Normally when your body has a response to this virus of others that creates antibodies. Well, lot of clonal antibodies are just engineered and a body and they could be used for both prevention and treatment that the data they're looking really promising. On the testing front. We've seen advancement in terms of rapid saliva tests. You could think of these as a home pregnancy test. But for covert 19 and in this case is a strip of paper you put in your mouth and it gives you a test result pretty quickly, and it's cheap. And so while the test isn't perfect, the fact that it's cheap and you can take it back and at home. Even better than a better a good, accurate test, but takes seven days to get the results back. We keep seeing that these rapid tests are not as accurate does that increase the danger a little bit of if you think you are negative, and it comes up positive, it's a false positive or a false negative, really good question and the work that shows that if you get these rapid test that air cheap enough, not the expensive, rapid test. But that even if they have false negatives, the fact that you're taking them every day or even multiple times a day is better than an accurate test that you take. And then seven days later, you find out the result at which point it's too late. That you here is that even on day one. If it doesn't get it, then you catch it. The next time you took the test and worst case, you catch it on the third day, And if everybody starts doing this overall, it would really help too slow. The spread of disease, and we get a lot of people confidence about going back into stores or restaurants or even theaters. When is there going to be a vaccine? Because the vaccine seems to be the turning point whether or not we can get back to normal request. It wasn't that long ago where we weren't quite sure we could produce the vaccine for this Corona virus. On If we produce it within a year, which it looks like we'll be able to do that will be the fastest. A vaccine has never been produced by several years. But this is a remarkable scientific achievement. It looks like we will have a vaccine by the end of this year. But I want to be a caveat that that the real challenge is not just getting the vaccine. It's the distribution. Right vaccine never saved any lives on Ly a vaccination has we actually have to get the people? That's not to say it's really good news. I also think that news on therapeutic is just as important. Therapeutics will beat out vaccine this fall is what I'm seeing in terms of the science, and I think that's really important because people aren't scared of getting sick. There's getting scared of death. On. If you have therapeutic that can keep people that can prevent the worst outcomes. I think that will also helped give them confidence to people that will get through this okay. Professor Joseph Allen at Harvard's Th Chan School of Public Health. The U.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:59 min | 6 months ago

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"As in David Rankin. The search is over for a man who opened fire at the home of Federal Judge Esther Solace. Police say the shooter turned up dead by his own hand. Sallis has been a federal judge since 2011. She has presided over a few high profile cases in recent years, including a number of gang violence cases and a financial fraud case involving Theresa Judy J. From the Real Housewives of New Jersey and her husband. Investigators say there is no evidence That these cases or anything involving Mark Andrew have anything to do with the shooting. That's Naomi Rockem reporting from New Jersey to November general elections air just over 100 days away, and state and local election officials are looking for more than just a few good men and women. State and local election officials across America are trying to recruit younger workers to staff polling places on election Day, November 3rd, the efforts driven by concern that many traditional poll workers will be too worried about catching the Corona virus to show Up. You see About 2/3 of poll workers across the US are over the age of 60. That age group is at a higher risk of catching covert 19 some states trying to partner with professional in fraternal organizations. The state of Ohio, for example, is recruiting high school students and some groups are trying to harness the youth energy from the recent racial justice protests. That's something that will need to be done to staff, the Poles and the very important November election. Scott Sam's news radio. 10 80 k. R. L D Delph says travelers that want to fly with him. Oh, and don't want to wear a mask. I have to go through a medical screening before they're allowed on the plane. Delta says passengers who can't wear a mask because of health conditions are encouraged to reconsider their entire travel. Otherwise, they'll be required to go throughout virtual exam that could take an hour. Delt also says people are allowed to wear plastic face shields in addition to masks, but not instead of It's a turtle, but it doesn't actually look like one. It looks more like 11 that a reptile and video is now going viral. A rare yellow turtle was spotted in India over the weekend, and the unusual creature is mesmerizing People around the world. The turtle was handed over to forest officials. Wildlife experts say it's possibly an albino mutation of a common journal. It's rare, but it can affect many different animals and occurs when there's little or no production of pigment in the skin, eyes and hair or in other species, the fur feathers or scales. That Piper CBS News More people choose to learn new things through how to videos on YouTube. Compared to any other method of learning. A new study finds 90% say they like to learn through videos because they can keep her winding them till they get a skill just right. Some of the more popular life hacks include How to play guitar. How to fold bed sheets and how to remove stains from clothing. 2/3 say they prefer videos, as opposed to getting help from someone they know. Others look to videos to figure out howto. Tough text. Tough sections on computer gains Most popular D I y projects putting up shelves Way wiring, a plugger fixing a dishwasher.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"On your trip today to Denton I'm Julie Rogers next reported five thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen news traffic well a couple of showers are not out of the question anything that pops up will be isolated on NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell not only could we see a stray shower or thunderstorm tonight but perhaps into early Saturday morning and then once we get past about nine or ten the rest of the weekend looks dry of the forecast low temperature tonight about sixty four up to seventy five two more with a good deal of afternoon sunshine Sunday looks pretty nice mostly sunny high of seventy five and then Monday does not look all that pleasant it'll be much cooler with widespread rain a high of sixty seven sunshine does return for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs back in the lower seventies and it's currently eighty one degrees here at K. R. LD news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now the bill is signed good afternoon it's five thirty on the care of the afternoon news thank you so much for staying with us I'm David Rankin with Kristen B. as the president signs that economic recovery package the president marveled at the size of the two point two trillion dollar package class workers lawmakers in both parties see this is just the start of the recovery effort Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington the president also issues out in.

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"David Rankin live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano new center and now you can pause and rewind live radio just download the radio dot com app search for K. R. L. do you want to do and then click on the heart to favorite us neighbors are worried about the possibility that dart may want to take more properties for construction of its Silverline construction crews started work on that rail line in September but the design is not quite yet finished and B. C. fives can count off that says dar an ounce more changes this week through north Dallas this track were no trains are running at the moment runs right beside homes including one owned by Dane Coles for he assembled a set of maps to study the proposed rail line and keep track of what dart said about it through the years of planning now that it is definitely going forward he and other neighbors are even more concerned about the details the technology will be like the fort worth tex rail trains not starts electric train changes this week were to address neighbor concerns about the last design the call for elevated train tracks but the land dar will ask for has not been identified there is entirely the possibility that they could come along and say well we just want to slice it in half or with office corner we just want all it may be the last fifteen people there right now seventy two properties that we've identified that the bulk of those ones over fifty five of them are actually partials which are small slivers of lands of what's on the corner someone's property so that's still as.

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Seven killed at shooting on Milwaukee campus: report

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:18 sec | 11 months ago

Seven killed at shooting on Milwaukee campus: report

"It is three fifty I'm David Rankin with Kristen D. as the latest now that shooting in Milwaukee CBS news reporting five people killed at the Miller Coors brewing campus sources say that five people died including the shooter it happens inside the brewery inside that MillerCoors

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01:42 min | 11 months ago

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"Next David Rankin has the latest on the sentencing for Roger stone now we check traffic and weather together on the answers Joyce Nielsen and it looks like there may be a lane open now in Burlison north on thirty five W. before hidden creek parkway was completely blocked with traffic being forced off at hidden creek at one point but again looks like there is one lane open at but still seeing a backup though to route around the says to still about a twenty minute delay for the out of Addison northbound bells or toy before Trinity mills had a vehicle fire there that should be working to clear but the right lane is blocked so you back to at least Keller springs in now sell these forward looking at dot road work yeah in the again until the sport worth southbound two eighty seven and will borders place with the left lane blocked off with road work I'm starting to see a slowdown in south east found thirty getting past beach also north fort worth south on thirty five W. passing western center if you tap the brakes and south found thirty five W. from north side down past one twenty one to four street is well little bit slower Haltom city south by one twenty one and hold the road the right lane has room for and we're still dealing with the ongoing road work was done one seventy five at railroad in the right lane not seeing any delays there southbound or north bound seventy five the a little pocket a slow traffic as you come off the bush turnpike heading up towards parked Parker road but that no unusual problems being reported through that stress just a little slow down I enjoy deals on your next report at eleven thirty eight am breaking traffic alerts when they happen stays dry the rest of the day but it also stays Chile hoping to see a bit of sun as we go through the rest of the day and a high right.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"John little with David Rankin live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano news center now you can pause and rewind live radio it's incredible download the radio dot com map search for KRLD click on the heart to favorite us you might want to pause and rewind this segment because by now I'm sure you're aware the Stephen F. Austin men's basketball team out of Nacogdoches knocks off number one Duke last night eighty five eighty three in to double win for the program and the young man who hit that game winning shot Nate Wayne has quite the story he's from the Bahamas his family lost almost everything in hurricane Doria and all you know is largely about can us and openness he was on ESPN last night the viral moment has help spread the word about his family's plight we're joined by rob Myers the voice of the lumberjacks he was on the call last night rob what is it like to be there in person and experience this for your team it was surreal you're at the Mecca of college basketball Cameron indoor stadium and I think going into the game all we wanted was you know play well give yourself a chance the last four five minutes the game we certainly did that and they took advantage of every opportunity and were able to pull it off and I was almost at a loss for words and she couldn't Shriver because it was it was just incredible coach cal Chester apology for yourself you know play our game and do what we do and we'll see what happens yeah I love that celebration in the visiting locker room at the end but one of the big blessings that comes out of this as well rob is maybe this is a win for a greater cause then DJIA's lumberjack nation here because Nathan pain and their family lost a lot in hurricane Dorian talk about what he lost in his family lost and and how this one is helping him through Freeport Bahamas and his dad is a pastor over there they run a church and school but six hundred kids in their island they lost virtually everything during hurricane in September we the university put together cope on the page they did the research to make sure that it was compliant with interior rolls put together go fund me page to help you know the planes rebuilt their school and you know in fact lot lives are there we raced on a four thousand dollars initially there are just a local awareness you know in our games what not but then last night after that the call just picked up again ironically enough by the tar heel nation they started to read about you know Hey let's go help this guy and the last I saw an hour Sir go over twenty thousand dollars now how may and that's incredible and and he's the guy that had the ball find him at the free throw line street to the other and and made the shot that beat Duke what kind of kid is is Nate bank he is is what I hope that all of them would be like he's a good guy been through a ton of things you have a ton of injuries in the in the time that he's been here he said I think for surgeries couple back surgeries knee surgeries etcetera and then obviously going through the through the hurricane in the Bahamas in September he's he's persevered through all that and still have a lot of family support your park in the back and forth and but he has been embraced by the community and obviously his teammates and nieces Verica enough couldn't be happier with him they got it done it's it's just amazing that only a couple thousand dollars in the account before the moment now it's over eighty thousand dollars as of this moment amazing what a win what a story for SFA and it's it's more than just basketball it's awesome and the university got eighty five grand from do yeah for playing the game exactly it was supposed to be a brush off game for the blue devils this is nuts didn't work that way did it take that blue devils we got extra delays on the freeways because a lot of people heading out of town for thanksgiving we'll check you traffic and weather together on the eight thirty minutes get breaking news alerts from newsradio ten eighty KRLD directly to your phone download the radio dot com after then favorite KRLD when there is breaking.

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What to know about Britain's next prime minister, Boris Johnson

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:36 min | 1 year ago

What to know about Britain's next prime minister, Boris Johnson

"Great Britain's about to get a new prime minister could happen as early as tomorrow after to reason may leaves office London's former mayor Boris Johnson gets to move into ten Downing Street after he's confirmed by the head of state Queen Elizabeth and we find out more about the incoming prime minister from Graham mac he's with fixed radio in London he talked with our David Rankin for it's pretty much split because Boris does have its found but Boris is a bit of a figure of phone the comedian Frankie Boyle described Boris Johnson is looking like a cross between a head injury in an all night back and Boris I had a long time being taken seriously as a politician even though he is a career politician on like you know Donald Trump he did start on television we have a TV show a satirical Hahnel chocolat by got news for you and Boris was often a guest on that show you got to be well known by the British public that made in the matter of London the walls all the training on the TV well you start now with everybody wants him to be running the country did he run the city of London well I thought it's a hard city to run only well I would say if one of his legacies is bush bike cycle around the known as Boris bikes everywhere so if you want to cycle from one side to the other you just like a credit card in the bike and move across town so he got he got Boris bike through he made some big mistakes that we once thought it was when the London riots were on a few years ago after which people to water cannon which from the French I think and it was totally unusual unusable because in New York the in European cities they have huge squares and via the in France and Italy and and Germany we don't really have that but it's all a little street CAF so the water cannon could out this week so it was useless so we spend all that money on that but by and large I think he did he had some some nasty things to say about Donald Trump at one time went when Donald was talking about that crying in London which she still likes to do and forests fired back with since then Boris seems to be very friendly with Donald Trump so I don't know how it goes but I think you did an alright job of running London I remember talking to a journalist at one of the news rooms when the the match changed and he said well the one thing about bars you could always get a hold of and it always give you comments and the media did like in many it's the media that he's being friendly with the knees manipulated the best to get where he is and look at this in a couple days to be the prime minister so what does the future hold as far as breaks it and is it going to be a hard breaks it is it is there going to be some kind of a deal made I don't know I hope so because it'll be the lesser of two evils that have a nice deal where we don't suffer too much would be great for Boris is actually said he's not going to rule out a hard brexit which means we have no deal with the eighty year now trading down office and some of the NBA's impala and said that in fact that the campaigning to walk back in stock I don't know how they'll be able to do that and to be honest with you know a lot of the people a few years ago voted in the actual referendum to leave they would think it was just going to be no deal they didn't realize there was gonna be deals to be done and all the rest of it so we'll just have to

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Low ninety David Rankin, the business of the courts goes on. Doesn't matter about that investigation into the shooting at the federal courthouse. Sierra Campbell federal building is still closed for the investigation, but that's not deterring the legal system. Federal judge Barbara Lynn has moved an entire pen trial from her courtroom on the fifteenth floor to SMU's deadman law school. The judge held a conference call with the attorneys out of her home yesterday as things stand investigators are poring over the back side of the building decide that is Jackson street that looking at scuff in the building facade were bullets. Ricky shade, still unanswered, the motive behind shooter, Brian, CLYDE, so far. The F B I has not said why the army veteran opened fire he didn't hit anyone but he was shot dead by security staff. Those with cars parked inside. The perimeter of the crime scene. Tape are being allowed to get those cars. L P Phillips, News Radio, ten eighty KRLD new Dow city council wants to make public safety a top priority in the next budget. Many on the council wanna add more police officers to a department that is nearly seven hundred officers short from where it was in two thousand eleven councilwoman, Carolyn Arnold king says while making the starting salary sixty thousand dollars helps they need to find money in the next budget to hire more. So we cannot go to these town hall meetings continued to feed information. All we're down seven hundred police officers. All we down all whoa is me. I had to tell me she didn't want to hear that, but city manager TC broaden access to do this will require some tough choices public safety of heard throughout not just today, but over my entire tenure here is of great importance. But I've also heard similarly about every other thing that we do in the city is being equally as important report show there. Has close to as many officers leaving the department as being hired Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD barbecue joined in Dallas is holding a fundraiser for the tenants that lost their home when that crane fell over last week, the crane that crashed into Ilan city, Light's last week is still sprawled across the street and laying into the building. The operator has no time line to remove the crane, one woman died and hundreds of others lost their home. They won't be allowed to move back in. So big AL's Smokehouse barbecue near love field will host a fundraiser tonight for those residents. People can also donate bottled water close or pet food for tenants and temporary housing in ODI status. Allen sky, NewsRadio tonight, eighty K or will details about that fundraiser are at KRLD dot com and Fort Worth. Prosecutors are laying out their case against Milton Buchanan. He's accused of chasing down latonya party in an apartment complex and stabbing her to death in front of witnesses police say he bolted but later returned to the scene. The police arrested him there, a stabbing happens more than two years ago too complex on the city's north side. It's one of six here at KRLD traffic and weather together on the eight. An auto policy. From state farm gets you collision coverage and.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"David Rankin middays here. At News Radio, ten eighty KRLD. You don't have to be out of touch when you are in the middle of your workday. We have your latest information on stories that break throughout the day, right here on KRLD. We are tweet storming the news. We give you all sides of an issue. We are here to keep you informed. On the days of vents. If you have to be out in about during the midday, we still have your traffic and weather together on the it's all day long. Keep it right here on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. And at nine thirty eight in oak cliff northbound. Thirty-five Passmore Salas. It's an active left lane is affected. There is on the scene. But for now, we are looking at a slowdown that to the sixty seven merge in Irving, eastbound eighty three near loop twelve Walker had an accident reported in the right lane. Not to get a major tie-ups there. Southbound Bush turnpike near walnut hill again in Irving. It's midday roadwork in the left lane starting to slow things just of it. And we've got John Wolf looking at some slowing in northwest Fort Worth turns out, here, north west of loop eight twenty year Saginaw Maine, which is a business to eighty seven. They've got that exit blocked off due to an accident. Some people making their own paths, cutting across the grass so dangerous situation there. But it starting to take the backup is starting to clear up Arlington eastbound twenty pass Matlock. There was a Fender bender that has cleared but still a little bit slow as you make your way on twenty northbound three sixty eight Mayfield. Just starting to set up road work in the left lane slowing traffic coming up from twin also now heading out of Dallas into plano, nor. Found Bush turnpike before northbound Dallas north tollway before the turnpike vehicle that's to be affecting the center lane. And that's the reason we're starting to see a little bit of a slowdown from right around trinity mills. And informing westbound highway eight near Clements roadwork in the left lane continues to slow you from Pinson road. I'm joyce. Nielsen. Your next report at nine forty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Joyce. Thank you. It is nine forty twenty minutes in front of ten o'clock for air, he'd hospital, air and heat hospital. Here's chief meteorologist Dan off. Yeah. Join this morning. Some clouds overhead temperatures are cooler than they've been for the past.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eleven fifty. I'm David Rankin should come to know on. As a surprise millennials are having a rough goal that when it comes to their finances. And as well as that mental wellbeing. So what's causing all this? We are joined by Katie hill for market watch on KRLD news. Hey, katie. How are you blame it on social media? I mean at least partially right? I found so much research showing that millennials. Media more than other age groups, and Secondly, their spending habits very much influenced by that. And it's really not close when you divide it up between the twentysomethings in thirtysomethings as far as being on social media. That's right. I mean, d numbers are shocking, right? People ages twenty five to thirty four hundred forty one minutes per day on it for a hundred and five for thirty five to forty four. And it's even lower for those older. So yeah, I mean, it's taken up a lot of their day. And then when you ask them about it like have you ever bought gone onto certain kind of occasion because you thought media? Yes. Have you ever spent money you didn't want to because social media? Yes. You just keep seeing these over and over again. And that's something that we always see on Instagram because a lot of people will go so far as to plan their summer vacations and trips to exotic locations just based on Instagram photos, and what someone else's doing right? They'll do that. They'll see them on vacation day, then we'll also post the photos rights cycle that people can't get out. Like, you know, they're going on vacation days. What else go on it? And they're posting it it goes on. But I mean people are saying, you know, we're spending a lot more money than we mean to. It's just constant pressure to keep up with other people's lifestyles and were on social media so much that we see those lifestyles in our faces. All the time, which is really ironic because most people say that social media's just a bad thing. I mean, it is either. Oh, it's bad. You know, it it's you know, it can lead you to feel lonely or depressed, those are true to and then when you look at his finance aspect, you're like, well, that's just another layer on top of that. Right. So it just it's just a lot to to process any. No, we could spend a little less time on their. Let's be Frank. Spend less money on your money that you don't have if you're spending less time on social media as well. What else did this did your studies? Find. Look at not only finance stuff, but due to your mental health. I mean, look, these are all scary statistics. But all true younger. Adults use social media are much higher risk of depression. They're at high risk for exile. They feel lonelier. I mean, it's. They're all bad. But there's a lot of compounding here. Any no all of a sudden, you're in debt that can't help with your anxiety right to all kind of feed into each other to make it kind of troubling beef for some people a lot of people that are dealing with social media and trying to keep up with the spending. They're also the ones that aren't planning for the future, not squirreling anything away. And when you look at those numbers, it's pretty crazy. The eighteen to thirty four said are more likely than all the other generations have nothing saved gen-x is also likely to say, but they're very young. They have nothing saved. Another survey found that nearly half of young millennial. They do twenty four zero dollars in savings. So yeah, there's not a lot of money in the Bank accounts, then social media exacerbating the money issue. So, you know, it's a lot of process. Thanks. Thank you. Katie hill from marketwatch KRLD, news time is eleven fifty three woman in Canada gave it our best shot. She couldn't convince a court though, that the Canadian lottery should pay her a large amount of money because you can't win a large amount of money in the Canadian lottery the appeals court in Quebec throughout Martha Caras lawsuit. She'd claimed that she had no idea it's such a long shot to win the big money in the lottery carry spot the tickets for twenty years and never won any of the large prizes. She told the court. She didn't know that the odds against winning are. So slim court the court told her that the odds are printed on every single tickets. KRLD news time is eleven fifty four. It is time to check your money downstairs humming. Partly.

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"With the family a little bit of window will shake you up late Saturday and especially on Sunday weather today. Just downright gorgeous. Still breezy out north winds gusting to twenty to twenty five today's top out near seventy cool tonight wins relax forty five to fifty under a fair sky tomorrow gorgeous near eighty breezy Sunday. Eighty two for Easter the hunts in the morning catchers will be in the low to mid sixties. Perfect weather better weather next week. Well, Monday, cloudy, seventy five and then a good chance for showers and storms, Tuesday and Wednesday. I'm meterologist Brune off in a care weather. Seventy three degrees in Arlington. Sixty one degrees in Fort Worth at sixty three KRLD. Stay with us, David Rankin relied in the Mercedes Benz, plano news. Check the ten eighty pump watch you're gonna find it right now. Cheapest around in Mansfield said the Tom or the SAM's in Mansfield FM one fifty seven and Debbie lane two forty-three in plano at the Tom thumb on alma and hedge cokes and it's two forty four Fort Worth at Texaco and Clifford and eight twenty card price of a gallon of gas to sixty three to sixty two in Fort Worth gas prices up sixteen cents in a month. Tomorrow twenty years since Columbine. Whoever said time heals all wounds, couldn't have imagined a wound is gaping as Columbine. But unlike so many tales from that day this one a while begins on a happy note briskly, they can call Josh land sophomore Columbine all those years ago is now a husband and father of two Stetson and JJ always looking for something and trying to find the silver lining. Did you find it didn't have family outside or downstairs? Josh's dad? Randy.

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Measles cases nationwide rise to 101, CDC says

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03:18 min | 2 years ago

Measles cases nationwide rise to 101, CDC says

"Measles. The CDC says the US has already seen more than a hundred cases in two thousand nineteen more than half of those in the state of Washington KRLD's, David Rankin taught with Marie Wilson infection prevention specialist from Methodist, Dallas. It's number sounds really high for the measles. Search for a little bit of context in Texas. We've had seven cases as of February eight and in all of last year. There were only eight cases reported in Texas. And so certainly with the outbreaks that we're seeing across the nation that is concerning. I know the state of Washington has seen more than fifty just on its own Dallas itself has seen one case in five in Houston. A lot of the blame is going to the anti vaccine crowd. Is that a very real reason to blame the increase in measles? Certainly vaccine hesitancy in conjunction with vaccine failure are kind of to the leading reasons why we're seeing increasing cases what is back seen failure phenomenon that occurs them. And I borrow that term from Dr Gregory Poland. She's a vaccine allergists at the mayo clinic, so this is what happens when? How low immunizations around the community. So a lot of people aren't getting vaccinated or you have less than you need to in order to prevent their from being cases. And then what happens is that you can have vaccine failure in immuno compromised people. So they were vaccinated, but because they're sick for some other reason their view system is weakened and the immunity that they built up to that infection. Is now not as able to respond. So they get infected when they're exposed increased risk shoot adults be getting booster shots. There has been no recommendations for that that I'm aware of at this time a lot of these kids are going into their teen years realizing that they never got vaccinations as children, and now they're going out on their own to get their own vaccinations because they've been reading the details, and they feel that they're almost cheated out of getting proper vaccinations. Yeah. That is interesting phenomenon that we're seeing there's several online forums, actually where we're seeing these children or actually even. Spouses, or parents that are raising a child with someone that is hesitant to vaccinate their children. They're looking for those resources, and what what's happening there is we're learning about this term called mature minor. And what that means is that you are at minor, but you are old enough to understand and appreciate the consequences of medical procedure. And some states there's fourteen that allow medical minors to consent. Without their parental consent. But the Texas is not one of those that is Marie Wilson. An infection prevention specialists from Methodist

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"David Rankin. It's a childhood disease that we never used to hear much about. But it seems to be roaring back. We're talking about the measles CDC says the United States is already seen more than one hundred cases so far in two thousand nineteen and we're only in February more than half of those in the state of Washington, we're joined by Marie Wilson. She's an infection prevention specialist for Methodist Dallas and she's on the KRLD Newsline. So Marie the number sounds really high for the measles this year for a little bit of context in Texas. We've had seven cases as of February eight and all of last year. There were only eight cases reported in Texas. And so certainly with the outbreaks that we're seeing across the nation that is concerning. I know the state of Washington has seen more than fifty just on its own Dallas itself has seen one case in five in Houston. A lot of the blame is going to the anti vaccine crowd. Is that a very real reason to blame the increase in measles? Certainly vaccine hesitancy in conjunction with vaccine failure are kind of to the leading reasons why we're seeing increasing paces what is vaccine failure phenomenon that occurs, and I borrow that term from Dr Gregory Poland teeth the vaccine allergists at the mayo clinic, so this is what happens when. How lo- immunizations around the community? So a lot of people aren't getting back stated or you have less than you need to in order to prevent their from being cases. And then what happens is that you can have vaccine failure in immuno compromised people. So they were vaccinated, but because they're sick for some other reason their immune system is weakened and the immunity that they built up to that infection. Is now not as able to respond. So they get infected when they're spos- increased risk shoot adults be getting booster shots. There has been no recommendations for that that I'm aware of at this time a of these kids are going into their teen years realizing that they never got vaccinations as children, and now they're going out on their own to get their own vaccinations because they've been reading the details, and they feel that they're almost cheated out of of getting proper vaccinations. Yeah. That is interesting phenomenon that we're seeing there's several online forums, actually where we're seeing these children or actually even. Spouses, or parents that are raising a child with someone that is hesitant to vaccinate their children. They're looking for those resources, and what what's happening there is we're learning about this term called mature minor. And what that means is that you are minor, but you are old enough to understand and appreciate the consequences of medical procedure in some states. There's fourteen that allow medical minors to consent without their parental consent. But the Texas is not one of Murray Wilson with Methodist, Dallas cold cases can take years to solve in some cases, in some cases. But every now, and then a criminal just falls in their laps of the cops. Police in Waterville Maine, say a state police officer grabbed a really bad Bank robber. And literally seconds. You see the bad guy had just robbed a Bank. He was running across four lanes of traffic and through a restaurant parking lot. And then boom, he's slipped on ice dropped his gun. And as he was slipping let go of the money, and right, then a gust of wind just blew through and swept that cash all over the parking lot. That wasn't even the worst part of it. It all happened right in front of a state police special agent, the would-be robber was tackled handcuffed and hauled off to jail. Oh. And by the way, the guy's gun. He was a BB gun Scott. Sam's NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD Hollywood's most stylish stars.

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Thanks so much for staying with us. It is ten fifty. I'm David Rankin. How many times have you asked yourself? If the classes that you took in high school are pretty well. Useless in your real life. How many times have you actually used a python Korean theorem if the office, well, some schools are used to offer classes, and what they call it life skills today. They're called adulting. Classes and more millennials are looking into them. To learn the basics in what they need to get by in life. We're joined by David Dillard from Katie college prep. He's on the KRLD Newsline. David. Thank you so much for the time. You're welcome. You're welcome. Is there really just no time in regular school for teachers to teach what would be basic life skills? I think there I think there should be. I think there's an application in almost every class that you have to weave this in. But I think there could be special emphasis because I think he is is foundation for creating fully functioning adults. And that's the main issue as far as the disconnect between high school, and actual adulthood is that the tend to learn not these basic life skills, like simply writing a check or or just even face to face communication, well writing a check is one of those things that maybe obsolete shortly anyway, but but it it continues to change their personal finance is one of those things that you assume that parents are addressing but most parents don't understand that very well. Effective communication is one of those things that undermines human beings trajectory in the professional world all the time. Coping with stress and change is something that causes mental illness and causes people to not achieve their full potential. But it's it's something that needs to be taught at a very early age and then just overcoming challenges. That's that's something that we used it used to be taught in in sports in in a competitive activities. It's something that is dealt with in in different walks of faith. But it's it's something that needs to be focused on on all platforms do schools get too much blame for not teaching these kinds of lice skills that perhaps the kids should learn that at home. Well, yes, I think it is hard to expect a school to be responsible for that. That doesn't mean that it shouldn't be on the agenda because it is part of a critical part of the educational experience. And and so we need to look for opportunities to really equip people to be ready for life. Now, a lot of people will look at the various things that they took its go. I think everyone has something in their head that they said, you know, I've never used this particular math theorem in my real life. I've never used physics in my real life. Do we just underestimate what it is that we actually do learn in school and do use in our regular lives. But we just don't realize it or the most important thing you're doing in in school is learning how to learn and yes, you may not specifically apply. Certain aspects of it in your in your future pursuits. But that doesn't mean that you didn't need to be exposed to it and understand that it exists in recognize the value that somebody understands it better than you will schools eventually start bringing life skills back into class. You can find it now in in pockets, you can find it that there are a number of private schools that will have it in place. Actually, when you get into students who are are pursuing vocational phones, they do address it. But when you if you have a high level student that that is planning to go to a tier one school. They don't have time to to stop down to deal with that. And that's unfortunate. David, thanks for the time. You're welcome David Diller from K D college prep. Fifty four KRLD time to check your money for Armani. No LLP for counting and.

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"David Rankin spoke with Daniel Castro from CDI about that study goes to show that you know, more and more people are familiar with the technology, and they like it. It's convenient useful. And they don't wanna see the government start limiting how can be used. And that's the that's the whole issue because it raises a whole lot of privacy questions. When did you Serbia? Also look at those concerns as well. We did we tried to ask about where consumers were willing to make trade offs between the opportunities to use facial recognition and the privacy concerns. They might have and the potential benefits. And so the real question with anything -nology is where are you willing to make compromises where are you willing to exchange? A little bit of information about you in exchange for some benefits. So right now, we're seeing facial recognition technology being used to address things like improving security and communities making it faster to go through security lines in airports or board your flight or it's been used in retail environments to look at shoplifters and identify potential threats as well as in the industry. So that when you go to hell, for example, you might walk up, and, you know, automatically be checked into your room without having to go through the usual rigmarole of fighting your identification. What are we not comfortable with? In using facial recognition. Well, the the biggest objections using facial recognition that we saw in our survey were when police departments would be using it if the software is not accurate. Or if it's not very accurate..

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Twenty I'm David Rankin. In the news for Worthing brothers roofing. It could be a clash of titans between a major app maker. And the two giants that put the apps on smartphones. Apple and Google epic games came out with a massively popular game called for night. Now, it says it's coming out with its own version of an app store to take some of the power away from apple and Google. We're joined by Gary devinki from Bloomberg on the KRLD new sign so Garrett what is going on apple and Google as most of us know are really the only way that you can get an app onto a phone because apple and Google are the ones that control the operating systems and for years. They have a system where app developers pay them a thirty percent commission of whatever they make when they sell out just to be on their app stores, and that's worked pretty well. For a long time. That epic games thinks it's too much and is trying to find a way to change that. And what are they looking to do? So epic games is the maker of video games fortnight. Which is you know, this wildly popular game. It's available all over the world and millions and millions of people use it. And so they found a way to essentially allow people to download it outside of apps store. But the concern is that there may be some security issues that come along with that. However, you know, if they're able to kind of get consumers to sort of start to make this change that thinking is that apple Google follow them and lower the commission rates on their official app. Stores. Has anyone else tried to do this before? And what happened? Ways to get apps onto phone outside of the app store, not really on apple phone but on Google phone, but it's just not really done it again because of those security concerns and at the end of the day. No one with the kind of size at the games was tried. It you mentioned before about the fact that there is a commission involved in this. What's a more realistic commission? According to what epic Games's saying the commission right now is about thirty percents. So three dollars of every ten dollars after golfers. Make has to go back to Google or apple and at the game says that's much much too high. They say that that is a three hundred four hundred percent markup, essentially free money to these companies. They're gonna charge just twelve percent and say that they can still be very profitable with that top percent our app developers following through if they started to approach them about doing something like this, certainly, you know, very excited very responsive to this. It's not out and about yet. It's not available until twenty nineteen. But I think it's very safe to say that especially when it comes to game makers the move by epic games would be very popular if apple and Google blink at this and start resetting commissions to what the developers think is is more fair. What does that do to apple and Google's bottom lines and Google make a lot of money from that, we don't necessarily break it out. But this is a multi-multibillion-dollar business and something that is quite possible for them. Of course, apple Google have many other businesses if just one of several things that they do, but it will shake things up a bit. It will bring some profitability away from those companies, especially because companies like apple is no longer selling more and more phones every year than they used to they're selling more extensive phone, but what they're really betting on the future is services. So that's apple iphone users buying things like apple music, having spending more money on cloud services. And of course, continued by a lot of apps. At the high commission rate. So at the end of the day. It's not going to be something that will cripple these companies. But it will definitely concern investors and people who care about that profitability Vink from Bloomberg the country could see a whole rash of rush divorce cases before the end of the year because of the new tax reform law starting January first people that have to pay alimony to annex won't be able to take that off on their income taxes and the person who gets alimony doesn't have to declare it as income as of two thousand nineteen divorce. Laurie saying say they're seeing a lot of couples scrambling to get something done in just the next three and a half weeks..

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Over 40 percent of adults don’t plan on getting a flu shot, despite 2017’s deadly flu season

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Over 40 percent of adults don’t plan on getting a flu shot, despite 2017’s deadly flu season

"Of adults in this country. Do not plan to get flu shots this year. These David Rankin talked with the idea he'll Dow go with Methodist Mansfield about flu shots for you to get one every year because every year, we have different strains. So that flu shot his made. Specifically for what they believe will be the predominant a strange for that year. A lot of people are also worried about the the new stories that come out every single year that seemed to show that the flu shot doesn't seem to be providing protection what is the truth about this. End up being a little bit of a guessing game in regards to what strange they pick. But it does offer for most people particularly children and elderly patients, it's important to get it. Because even if you're provide you partial protection from the flu, it's still beneficial, particularly for those people who are more likely to get confrontations like restaurants respiratory problems. Those who are elderly and have other medical conditions are children who don't have a fully-developed immune system. I guess that's the next question. Of course is a lot of parents say that they don't want to give their children the flu shot is that why don't think so. Saying children. Do not have all the defenses that usually adults particularly young adult have against viruses. So by providing the flu shot, they allow that child's immune system to mount at least some level of immune response to the shot which provides them protection in key stage of getting the flu. They don't get it as badly last year particularly had a year where there was quite a few deaths due to the lack of children having the chef. So you could potentially protect your your child and prevent passing or getting complications like respiratory problem. And that's the other issue. Of course is if your child gets the flu, and they don't have the flu shot there. Then contagious to their classmates. Yes, they are to everybody else. And they expose them. That is Dr dania had all go with Methodist Mansfield news continues for reliant air conditioning. The debate always comes

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Marriott's Starwood hack hits up to 500 million customers

KRLD Programming

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Marriott's Starwood hack hits up to 500 million customers

"At a breach like this a breach like Yahoo. It seems like there's nothing we can do to protect our own information. It's hard because you're handing your over your data to these companies like Yahoo likes Facebook like Marriott hoping that they'll keep it safe. And you know, you can't not give your information for that'd be good. You have to pay for your room or you have to tell them your Email address. Even a lot of lawmakers have called for companies to stop keeping data when they don't need it anymore. So let's say I stayed at Mary out one five years ago. There's no reason for them to still have my Email address now, but they did and in this scenario, those even though you haven't stayed at Marriott in wild. There's a pretty good chance that your data stolen in this breach. In the frustrating thing about this is we we take all the steps that we can to protect our own information from our own stupidity. But this is something that's completely out of our hands because we trusted another company. A major company to safely handle our information. Yeah. Breaches? Like these are extremely frustrating only because there's really nothing you can do to prevent it from happening outside of, you know, the advice thank don't participate in business in the first place. I mean, you want to trust these companies, but at the same time, you see all these rages like this. And you know, that there once you hand over your data it their individual customers need to do. Now. The best thing that you can do now. Call your credit card company, if you believe that you were a victim of this breach. Change your passwords, if you can and just be wary of suspicious emails or phone call because they have that information now and a lot of scammers will probably reach out to, you know, try to take some more money out of you using the information stolen here. Like, they might call pretending to be from Marriott and try to get your credit card number again or anything like that. That's coming from senior talking to David Rankin from KRLD about the big hack that happened this week infecting, the affecting the

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Ten fifty. I'm David Rankin. Breaking news now NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Thanks so much for staying with us. Breaking news out of New Orleans Dez Bryant has finally found another job halfway through the season Dez Bryant has signed a one year deal with the New Orleans Saints. This comes from the NFL network and even Dez Bryant is retweeting that he will be playing for the New Orleans Saints catching passes from drew Brees. And by the way, the New Orleans Saints play the Dallas Cowboys coming up on November twenty ninth shingles patients in Texas, having trouble finding a vaccine there's been an unexpected high demand for this brand new vaccine, which is getting praise already as being far more effective for longer Dr Dominguez with Methodist, Dallas because of the effectiveness and the age being dropped from sixty to fifty recommendations on backs innate. There has been a one on this vaccine has been extremely popular says this is not a nationwide. Shortage. It's only a problem in a few areas. The shingles vaccine is recommended for anyone over fifty who's had chicken pox before. Shingles patients, essentially get that virus all over. Again. The nerve pain is said to be horrific Dominguez says the vaccine's creator shipping it out in huge batches every other week. So that supply can catch up with demand. Kristen Weiss on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. We are waiting on the president to speak. It looks like it's the East Room of the White House a tradition that hats that hits on the day after the midterms the president usually addresses the nation about the results of the midterm elections. We are expecting him to take the podium here in just a couple of moments. Forget their the Democratic Party efforts to make history in Florida. It fell short of the governor's race run. The Santa's beats Andrew gillum that race and the one to determine who will now live here at the governor's mansion or as high profile as it gets both parties poured millions of dollars into the state. And while poll, so the Democrats might be able to pull off a victory in the end, the nation's third most populous state went largely read. Florida.

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Scammers posing as potential employers on the rise, experts say

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01:28 min | 2 years ago

Scammers posing as potential employers on the rise, experts say

"Thanks for staying with us eleven forty. I'm David Rankin. We're live in Mercedes-Benz, plano news, center Irving. Police arrested man foreign assaults naysayer there might be more victims. They arrested Connor Kleiner Irving. Police say back in April of victim responded to a social media dating site and went to the suspect's apartment in got assaulted during the course of the investigation. Detectives found evidence that Klein had spoken with her met other women please interviewed some of them, but still need to identify others. They're looking for anyone who may have been a victim to give them a call finding the right job can be challenging enough. But now experts are warning people to be on the lookout for scammers that are posing as potential employers Better Business Bureau says fraud with fake job offers. It's now the third riskiest type of scam for consumers expert haven't warning if the job seems to good to be true, it likely is. Employments hams are increasing giving false hope to people looking for work preying on those who are often already struggling to make ends meet. We spoke to one woman who thought her financial burdens were over when she received what she thought was a dream job offer only to be driven deeper into debt. It was a very nice Email unconsidering you please respond back. Tell me a little bit about yourself. Where do you wanna see yourself in three to five years? Kathleen Boylan jumped at

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Americans distrust self-driving cars more than they used to

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00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Americans distrust self-driving cars more than they used to

"Two years ago about thirty percent of us said we would never buy a fully. Autonomous car now that number is up to fifty, percent according to new data from Cox automotive most of us say we are interested now in. A lesser level of self driving a reflection of recent high profile crashes by self-driving Uber's and Tesla's this opens the. Near-term. Door driver assistance technologies that are hitting the market in volume typically called. Level three Cadillac super cruise Audi traffic jam pilot are examples that. Can drive while you oversee them not check out the largest group of people in the. Survey said that. No matter what comes down the road in the future cars should always have the option of being human driven but remember. That many, new technologies have followed a pattern of unreasonable public exuberance followed, by unreasonable public scepticism and then a. Reality somewhere in the

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Cutting Carbs Could Cut Years off Your Life

KRLD Programming

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Cutting Carbs Could Cut Years off Your Life

"Somebody diets call for you to cut out certain, foods or food groups a new study Lancet public health says don't be. So quick to make cuts in your carbs to few can be risky to your life KRLD David Rankin asked registered. Dietitian Amy Goodson went carbs. Get a bad rap know back in the day right so we have like the no carb diet but if you remember that before that we had the eat all carts like in the nineties we're always talking about eating heart because we didn't, want to eat fat Atkins diet that kind of when that really surface back, in the early two thousand carbs got a bad rap carbonite youth that, are in your life clause implemention etc The truth is carbohydrates. In themselves do not make you fat, they don't make you gain weight it's the excess of eating carbohydrates and what type of CRA hydrates. That you're eating that can really, cause trouble long-term in, your eating habits are there good carbs and bad, carbs? Let's definitely stuff so we talk good car. Relative term so good is meaning more, coke rain in nature so west, processed so that's gonna, be a food at that is higher in fiber it's something like oh they're out. Meal Brown rice Qinhua some of those really whole grain whole wheat Bulger brand things of that nature those are hiring cyber typically also higher intrigued, by, them So those are going to be a better. Choice do I recall though the carp that of course I, would also call. Pop tarts and cookies and very sugary cereal the car. Many, of those are going to have no. Fiber or very little added sugar and be lower nutrients so those are really alas, nutrient rich, choice yet really they're all considered carbohydrates shouldn't there be, a different name for those. One would be typically like in. The nutrition world has a dietitian. Holiday whole grain carbohydrates and yeah that can be very confusing for people because whole grain can be used? Loosely in marketing, on, packages so? Ryan? Courage consumers to. Do is to flip the package over. And look at the ingredients it's the first ingredient. Is whole grain. Whole wheat whole oat whatever it is that's your security that that. Is a whole, grain, products typically that's, gonna, be a. Less processed product the key with that is that fiber helps digestion if you're. Just sitting there eating you know chips all day or Crackers or even you know some. Type, of popcorn or something you're going to. Remain a lot how this that's registered dietitian Amy

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Richard Gere, Trump and David Rankin discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

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Richard Gere, Trump and David Rankin discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"Couple of football notes Dez Bryant I'll start with him says. He wouldn't mind playing for the Cleveland Browns I'm, surprised that nobody's, picked him up nobody's. Picked him up so he says fine. Browns, okay fine. At Bill Snyder coach Kansas

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Abby Huntsman Exits ‘Fox & Friends’ Franchise To Join ‘The View’

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00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Abby Huntsman Exits ‘Fox & Friends’ Franchise To Join ‘The View’

"Stock about Dez Bryant as it's still, a player without, a team yeah no one's picked him up he says I don't know maybe. It's desperation on desert part where. He says he'd be perfectly happy to consider playing for the Cleveland Browns go from. Dallas Cowboys superstar to not playing on a team and been ready to. Go to the Browns Although you know they've got Baker

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Catherine Zeta-Jones's 15-year-old daughter, Carys, on growing up part of a Hollywood dynasty

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

Catherine Zeta-Jones's 15-year-old daughter, Carys, on growing up part of a Hollywood dynasty

"After one fan saw the picture, and said I'm praying that peltz. Merrill with that ice cream Reese tweet tweeted no. Need to pray I got her mean she threw. Ice cream Meryl Streep season to probably not. Gonna air until next. Year but can't wait. To see that, that'll be fine in. Michael Douglas's turning this. Morning this is a little interesting, for the, first time of course he's married to, Catherine Zeta, Jones their daughter who's fifteen, she's appearing on her first magazine cover it's. Town and country she's with her mom she's fifteen year old Keris Keris Zita. Douglas and they're talking about the Douglas. Dynasty the family and she says growing up she had no idea what. Her dad did she didn't know he was an actor honestly. Thought he was a, pancake maker They just hired, him to, make breakfast and she also said that, she was, on my gosh she said, she was bullied because of his age because. He was fifty eight when she was born now he's seventy three and yeah To get her some old. Streets of San Francisco rerun watch those here's our David. Rankin our app today today's called translate photo this app can use your camera to translate foreign signs in printed materials into English or. English language signs into a different language it can convert the words instantly into ninety. Different languages you just, have to, take, a picture of the. Sign or the, papers of the books and watch, as the app translates the words you can also listen.

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Dog heart disease linked to grain-free food, FDA says

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01:24 min | 2 years ago

Dog heart disease linked to grain-free food, FDA says

"Stay cool stay hydrated folks some of the hottest weather we felt so far this summer on the way especially into next week most of you if you haven't hit one hundred yet you will by monday or tuesday of next week still a slight storm chance today with a high of around ninety nine light and variable winds tonight seventyfive tomorrow and in the sunday highs right around one hundred maybe slightly above a heat index values as high as one of five to one zero seven and even hotter weather arrives by next week here we go i'm meterologist brune off in the weather center right now it's eighty two degrees at krld eleven forty thank you so much you're staying with us it is i'm david rankin we are live in the mercedes benz plano news center the fda's warning dog owners about a possible link between some pet food and heart disease agencies alert involves dog food containing peas lentils and potatoes and highly unusual reports relating to weakened hearts and heart failure the reports of focused on dogs that are not genetically prone to the disease known by the initials cdc including bulldogs golden retrievers and many schnauzers the fda is not named the pet food brands but says it's working with the companies to find any possible links mitch card newsradio ten eighty krld some dallas brewers want answers why does it take forty minutes for the cops to show up it was last month that mike perez one of the.

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Of the of plastic pollution care all these david rankin talked with ileana pavlova from bloomberg started with shifting consumer trends if you believe in two thousand fifteen there has been a video about a sea turtle rescued and she had a straw stuck in our nostrils so i think that's was a time when consumer start caring about it and a starbucks actually joins mcdonald's in their effort to limit plastic straws and for starbucks their goal is to limit the plastic straws completely by twenty twenty is that a realistic goal starting slow they're starting with offering trolleybus let's in only two of their during so far and then there will be stras but they will make be made from alternate of materials like paper some people have complained about the paper straws that they don't handle hot drinks very well and others are saying that that they don't like this this whole notion of it of course that would be an issue so i don't think there is one answer to how to substitute the plastic trust and i think right now they're testing several different materials and of course shameless plug bloomberg also uses straw center made out of plants not plastic how does that work then in your office we get strauss it or made of plants in their one hundred percent compostable can you tell.

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"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"david rankin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The first four boys have emerged from that cave in thailand we get the latest now at eight fifty in a special report cbs news special report at least four and possibly six at the chill trillion trapped in a partially flooded kate and thailand are out this morning and rescuers are going back in for the others and they're soccer coach the bbc's dan jansen explains how they decided which children to bring out i we understand that doctors were in the cave yesterday doctors who have diving capability went to examine them went to look at that physical condition on offense assess their mental strength as well and they decided on a priority list in which the voice should be brought up so starting with the weakest with the ones who are in most need we understand that they have formed into small groups maybe two three four at a time to be guided out by the expert divers eighteen divers went into the cave five of them from thailand the others from the us australia and japan no word yet on the condition of the boys rescue you'd so far but they are being treated at a hospital cbs news special report i'm alison keys now eight fifty one apartment rents continue to go up across north texas complexes are also trying to out compete with other companies to provide the most modern home with the most amenities and that's where the issues come from a lot of people are spending more for their apartments with things they don't really necessarily want david rankin spoke with chris sale vanni from apartment list dot com where we looked at from both the producers on apartment list as well as.

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