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"eric johnson" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Come before is Eric Johnson. Sports fans are still a static over the kraken's win in round one of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Come before his Jackie Kent catches up with fans at local ice rinks. Crack and fans are gearing up with jerseys, hats, and more ahead of Thursday Stanley Cup playoff game in Denver while still celebrating the team's first ever playoff win. People are very excited all around town. You're walking around and you see everybody wearing the jerseys and all the stuff and you can just feel it. Seattle shirt company anticipates at least doubling crack and merch sales ahead of the first playoff game at home Saturday. Even Taurus are asking for jerseys, which is really cool. Out of Seattle, the excitement is felt at ice rinks and renting and snow quality. I was a little bit surprised that you can take an offensive powerhouse like Colorado. Their top 5 is as good or better than any top 5 in the league in my opinion. And you shut them down on the power play and 5 on 5 that that says a lot. The kraken success is huge for this growing hockey community. Snow king ice arenas facilities director and former NHL Jamie huscroft says they've seen a spike in people taking their learned to skate classes, figure skating and youth hockey since the kraken's first season. It will snowball. You don't hear in a couple years. These kids, maybe they don't go to baseball or soccer. They're like, hey, I want to be like, you know, I want to be a crack and a hockey player. That's come up for us, Jackie Kent, reporting. It's now four 50 time for the stock charts dot com, money update. Investors digesting the latest batch of earnings, including Netflix and Morgan Stanley, left the market mixed on Wednesday, the Dow Jones closed down 80 points at 33 8 97. The S&P lost a fraction, the NASDAQ composite gained a fraction. The falling price of Bed Bath & Beyond stock has made it nearly impossible for the company to raise the estimated $300 million it needs to avoid bankruptcy. The Wall Street Journal says the retailer may file for chapter 11 protection in the coming days. If you drive a 2021 ram with the 5.7 liter Hemi, you might want to pull over in a parking lot. Stellantis is recalling a 132,000 of those pickup trucks out of concern that the engine could simply shut down while the vehicle is at speed. Apparently happened at least once. How far would you go just to make a point, a survey from LinkedIn found that 87% of Gen Z professionals would quit their jobs to work at a company whose values were more closely aligned with their own. Jim Ryan, ABC News. We
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"eric johnson" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Tried to chase after this driver, but he got away. Those who walked through here say this case highlights the dangers of even being a pedestrian, this day and age. Everywhere I'm going every few seconds, I gotta turn around and make somebody make sure that somebody behind me. Now check out the people in front of me. No suspect has been identified or found in this case anyone with information is asked to call Seattle police immediately. In this case comes as pedestrian deaths here in Washington state in a 16 year high back in 2021. From downtown Seattle. Brian Simpson, come on in. See how fire crew still don't know what started that fire in Georgetown early yesterday. Crews were busy with a fire in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood, the I love teriyaki restaurant. On fourth avenue, south by the time firefighters got there, the fire had spread into the roof of the building, crews spent several hours dousing hotspots. No one was hurt, investigators haven't said yet how that fire started. Eric Johnson, the washer State Department of Health planning to lift the mask mandate in healthcare and correctional facilities. The Department of Health center wearing mask and healthcare settings will no longer be required, beginning April 3rd, the announcement comes as COVID-19 RSV and flu rates have steadily declined since the end of 2022. The state dropped the mask mandate for most other public spaces last march. And we've learned finally the winner of last month's $754 million dollar Powerball jackpot. Becky bell of auburn. She enabled her to work with her and did you go to school with her? About time for a phone call and say, hi, huh. Anyway, we told you I'd moved up for plans to retire from Boeing. Christie weeks with watching a lottery says bell plays $20 a week on multiple games, but her daughter decided to go buy just a few more tickets. Jackie went along with her and when she saw that the jackpot estimated that time was 747 million, it caught her eye because she works at Boeing. Yeah, that got a lot of us, even with relatives of work at Boeing, and when we heard one single ticket sold in the state of Washington, how many of us were starting starting to get a little scared here thinking we had that winner. Anyway, weeks says bell took that as a sign and bought a few quick picks, which not only got her the big prize, but an additional $8. On another play, no word if she played. Bell went with a lump sum option and after all the paperwork done had the money wired to her account in about a half an hour. It does take that long when you're talking that much money, right? Time right now at 6 ten
Fresh update on "eric johnson" discussed on Odd Lots
"By tonight and then move across the eastern part of the state into southeastern Virginia. The US may soon supply Ukraine with a small number of long -range missiles to help its in war with Russia. NBC News reports President Biden told Ukrainian President Zelensky he plans to provide the army tactical missile system Ukraine has been asking for over the past few months. It would give Kiev the ability to strike targets from as far away as about 180 miles. Governor Phil Murphy is calling on New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez to resign after he was indicted on bribery charges today. Scott Pringle reports Murphy says the allegations are so serious and deeply disturbing that they compromise the ability of Senator Menendez to effectively represent the people of our state. Menendez has no plans to resign for now. He is stepping down though from his role as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Prosecutors allege Menendez accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, gold bars and gifts in exchange for using his position to help three New businessmen Jersey and the Egyptian government. Hollywood studios and striking writers are meeting again today after the deal was reached Thursday night. Complex issues like use of AI and how many writers could or should be required for projects remain under discussion. I'm Brian Shook. A Southern California district attorney is criticizing Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon for not seeking the death penalty against the man accused of murdering an LA County sheriff's deputy. Mr Gascon stood up in front of all these cameras and press and stated, and critically, he was seeking the maximum punishment allowed by law. That was an outright lie. That's Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer. On Wednesday, Democrat Gascon charged man the with murder, announcing he'd be seeking the penalty of life in prison without the possibility of parole. Spitzer says the death penalty still exists in California and state law still allows prosecutors to seek the death penalty if a law enforcement officer is murdered. The suspect is accused of killing Deputy Ryan Klinkenbroomer in an ambush shooting in Palmdale last weekend. The holiest day in the Judaic faith happens this weekend. The details from Natalie Rodriguez. Rabbi Arnie Samlin at the Jewish Federation of Broward County says Yom Kippur begins the investigation. You don't eat, for example, during a roughly 25 -hour period. There's no bathing or even sex between married couples. Time is instead spent either in prayer for forgiveness at services or both. The most common greeting is G'mar Tov, for short, or a good final ceiling, or Samkal, used to wish a person has an easy fast, and fast is traditionally broken with anything from bagels to blintzes. Natalie Rodriguez, Miami. The mayor of Dallas is switching political parties. Eric Johnson says he's no longer a Democrat is and becoming a Republican. He admits in a Wall Street Journal op -ed that this will come as a surprise, The decision to change parties, he says, centers on a goal of practicing fiscal conservatism. I'm Brian Shuck. And, I'm Charlie Pallet, at Bloomberg World headquarters. We do check markets all day long here at Bloomberg. Stocks struggle at the end of a jittery week that saw investors positioning for a higher for longer Federal Reserve stance. Tenure yields dropped after briefly topping 4 .5 % for the first time since 2007. Seema Shah is Chief Global Strategist at Principal Global Investors and she was interviewed in London on Bloomberg's surveillance. So, I think that the market is really going to be very range -bound through the first half of next year because there is no very, very clear narrative. If you have high growth, then you have high interest rates. So, it's offset. If you have low growth, it's offset by interest rate cuts. So, until you get to a point in the second half of the year where you do get an economic downturn, but then it becomes quite clear that the economic downturn is shallow and then that's combined with rate cuts. That's, I think, when the can market really rally with some conviction. And you can hear more of the conversation with Seema Shah on the Ellen's podcast. You can download it wherever you get your podcast. So, what about recession calls? David Rosenberg is the president and founder of Rosenberg Research. He was interviewed on Bloomberg Markets. The soft landing is here, but it's the transition to the inevitable. Inevitable recession, because recessions are inherently part of the business cycle, unless you think the business cycle has been repealed, and I don't. And you can hear more of the conversation with David Rosenberg on the tape podcast. You can download it wherever you get your podcasts. Industry data suggests US business activity stalled this month, and with that story, here's Bloomberg's Flash Index covering manufacturing and services dipped to the lowest level of the year. Backlogs, contracted at the fastest pace in three years, reinforcing a picture of moderating demand. Inflation remains in issue to stem from rising interest rates, fuel costs and labor costs. In et al, it's your nice Bloomberg Radio. Apple's latest iPhones and watches are now on sale, and with that story, here's Bloomberg's Steve Charlie, Rappaport. it's a test of whether a new smartphone design and modest smartwatch changes can help return the company to growth. The devices went on sale in about 40 countries in its first wave, including in Australia, Hong Kong, mainland China, UK and France. The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models will represent Apple's biggest sellers throughout the rest of the year, and the ability to both create and fulfill demand for the products will make or break its holiday period. Charlie, Bloomberg Steve Rappaport. On a down day for stocks, Apple shares were up 0 .05%. Tinder is an ultra -premium subscription tier to its dating app users charging $499 a month to access features like exclusive search and matching. Stocks lower, S &P down 10 points, down two tenths of 1%, the Dow down 106, down three tenths of 1%, NASDAQ lower by 12, down one tenth of 1%. Global news powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and over 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet and this is Bloomberg. Thanks for watching. Welcome to the Odd Lots Podcast on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Joe Weisenthal. And I'm Tracy Alloway. Tracy, you know what topic we'd never talk really about or really do is like we never really do anything related to personal finance. First, like what what to actually do with all the information that we talk about on a biweekly basis. What it means for making money. It's like a huge part of like finance media, but it's like, you know, we like to talk, usually like, what's the, what's going to happen with quantitative tightening? It's a tough one because I feel like you can talk about it generally, but also there's the temptation. A lot of people end up doing this to give specific recommendations. Right. this Like credit card or either buy this stock, get this credit card, don't buy avocado toast, like all this stuff or like, you know, move your money. But like, it's kind of like cliched topic. But like on the other hand, I do think it's interesting
"eric johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A victory, a victory and a vindication for Democrats, our agenda, and for the America and for the American people. The Democrats shored up send a control following the results in Nevada earlier in the evening. Schumer said the majority was secured through terrific candidates, their agenda and accomplishments and American people rejecting maga Republicans. President Biden can now depend on partners in the Senate to confirm judicial and administration appointments with the battle for the house still too close to call. Democrats will have a chance to expand their majority by another seat following the runoff in Georgia, set for December 6th. There is no word yet on injuries after two planes collided midair during an air show in Dallas, Saturday afternoon, the FAA says a World War II era Boeing B-17 flying fortress and a bell P 63 king cobra collided and crashed at the wings over Dallas air show at Dallas executive airport about ten miles southwest of the city's downtown area, the event was being held to commemorate Veterans Day, the crash created a large fireball and spread debris across a nearby highway. Dallas mayor Eric Johnson called it a terrible tragedy. President Biden is in Cambodia to attend a summit with Southeast Asian leaders along with Biden among those in attendance Japanese prime minister fumio kushida and Australian prime minister Anthony albanese. Biden is expected to talk about keeping international order in the South China Sea and other topics affecting the indo Pacific region. The president will then travel to Indonesia for the G 20 summit and President Biden is expected to give Chinese president Xi Jinping a warning about North Korea on Monday. The two will hold their first face to face meeting since Biden took office during the president's trip to the G 20 summit. The White House says Biden will warn she that North Korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons development will result in strong U.S. Military presence and that North Korea presents a threat to peace and stability in the region. I'm criss-crossed. A ban on TikTok in the U.S. could happen before the new Congress is sworn in this January, current FCC commissioner Brendan Carr referred to TikTok as China's digital fentanyl on Fox News. He said he agrees with potential congressional legislation to ban TikTok because of security risks, he believes the legislation would have bipartisan support. The creator of the popular western TV series Yellowstone is laughing at suggestions that it's a Republican show. More now from Brian shook. Taylor Sheridan says the series is about the displacement of Native Americans and the treatment of Native American women. He adds that it's also about corporate greed and land grabbing. It's returning for season 5 on Sunday on the paramount network. I'm Brian shook. 80s comedy legend Gallagher has died. He became iconic for smashing watermelons with a giant hammer. He called the sledge amatic and audience members in the front rows of his shows wore raincoats to protect them from flying watermelon, variety says he performed over 3000 live shows during his four decades on the road and had 16 comedy specials on HBO and showtime. His former manager says Gallagher died in California on Friday at the age of 76. And the party never Elvis Presley could have been the 1960s biggest movie star and that's according to filmmaker Quentin Tarantino who believes the king didn't
Fresh "Eric Johnson" from Bloomberg Business of Sports
"Biden fight Fain with for announced a tweeted the fair earlier big share that three he this was automakers of going week to the he value on Michigan would send a Tuesday they new more contract. helped workers to create. to stand the picket in Governor Senator lines Phil solidarity This comes Bob Murphy if after with Menendez is UAW calling substantial the on to workers New President resign. Jersey progress as U Sean .S. the Menendez was indicted on federal bribery charges that allege he accepted cash, gold bars, and gifts in exchange for using his influence to help three businessmen and Egyptian the government. The White House is calling on Congress to do its job and pass legislation to fund the government and avoid a shutdown. House Republicans failed multiple times this week to do their basic duty keep the government running. Instead, they were pushed to the extremes with increasingly severe cuts to programs Americans rely on. Press Secretary Corrine Jean -Pierre called on House Republicans to abide by the bipartisan funding agreement negotiated by Speaker McCarthy and President Biden. Texas Governor Greg Abbott is deploying more buses to the border towns of Eagle Pass and El Paso as a way to relieve pressure on the shelters. In a statement he says the Texas border town should not have to shoulder the burden Biden's of open border policies. The buses will move asylum seekers to sanctuary cities. So far, nearly 12 thousand migrants have been moved to Washington D .C. and 14 ,000 have been shipped to New York City. Hi Lisa Taylor. Heavy rains and strong winds are in store for the east coast this weekend. The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Ophelia will approach the North Carolina coast by tonight and then move across the eastern part of the state. Three quarters of a billion dollars is up for grabs in tomorrow's Powerball drawing 11 p .m. eastern time. I'm Brian Shook. California Attorney General Rob Bonta is suing an anti -abortion group and a chain of pro -life counseling centers claiming the organizations are misleading women with abortion pill reversal treatments. Bonta called the treatments fraudulent and unproven. Heartbeat International and Real Options Obria have been offering the reversal treatment at five locations in the state. A Virginia professor's new invention could change the way lawmakers and law enforcement officers deal with HC impaired drivers. Rebecca Hughes reports VCU professor Emmanuel Alves who has a doctorate in forensic science worked with another professor from Brazil to develop a new THC breathalyzer that offers immediate results instead of needing to wait for hours. The Virginia Mercury reports the new device can also distinguish between the presence of THC and CBD in someone's system which have different effects. Alves hopes to have the first prototype of the THC breathalyzer finished by 2025. Marijuana advocates say the presence of THC in a person's breath is not an indicator of impairment or recent cannabis exposure. oozeur. I'm Rebecca Hughes. The mayor of a large U .S. city is turning red. The mayor of Dallas is announcing in a Wall Street Journal op -ed that he is switching political parties. Eric Johnson, the former Democratic state lawmaker, is now a Republican. That decision, he writes, is centered on a goal of practicing fiscal conservatism. That, he says, goes against what he called the, quote, poll -driven commitment of many Democrats. He points to tax dollars spent on policies that exacerbate homelessness, cuddle criminals, and make it harder for ordinary people to make a living. Michael I'm Board. Geneticists have isolated and decoded RNA molecules from an animal that went extinct nearly a century ago. Researchers in Sweden isolated genetic material from a Tasmanian tiger and shared their findings in a study published on Tuesday. I'm Bryan Shook. And I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World Headquarters. We do markets check all day long at Bloomberg. Another down week for the S &P 500 index, down three in a row. The S &P declined 2 .9%. A down day as well for the Dow, the S &P, and Stacked, Mona Mahajan is senior investment strategist at Edward Jones. You know, I think we have some headwinds ahead of us that not only with the UAW strike, of course, we have a potential government shutdown. We have oil prices that remain elevated, walls of worry that the market will have to continue to climb. But they, you know, markets have looked forward in the past, they will continue to do so. And you can hear more of the conversation with Mona Mahajan on the Surveillance Podcast. can You download it wherever you get your podcasts. It was a bruising week for stocks and investors are being forced to accept the idea of higher for longer interest rates. Janet Henry is Global Chief Economist at HSBC Bank. There are plenty of risks out there, even the Fed's goldilocks view that they set at out the FOMC, the level of uncertainty around that they are emitting is quite high. But by the same token, it's not so long that everyone was forecasting a recession. First half of last year, this year, second half this of year, now a soft landing. The fact is this is an unusual cycle. Janet Henry of HSBC. So the Fed was front and center this past week, but Jay Polosky, Chief Investment Officer at TPW Investment Management told us he is paying no attention to the Fed's summary of economic projections. Yeah, to me, dot plus means squat. In other words, know, you the Fed's history of being right on the future is very poor. You know, guys like us that make a living getting the markets right would be out of business if we had the track record that the Fed has in predicting what the economy is going to do going forward. And you can hear more of it. Thank the Fed. Fed investors are keeping an eye on the potential government shutdown and the auto workers strike. Peter Cher is head of macro strategy at Academy Securities. He told us he's taking a broader view. If the shutdown lasts months or something, maybe it's a problem if we get it in a week. I don't see a big deal. I think the auto work strike is potentially a risk. Again, that will take time to see how it plays out. When I'm sitting here trying to look at the world and what I want to figure out over the weekend in the coming weeks is we're going to see some AI success stories. I really want to figure out are companies going to AI use and we've seen these great efficiencies. I think that would be much more important to the market than anything that's going on with either the government or right now even the auto strike. And we've got you covered on both. Peter Chair of Academy Curities turn out to be a down day, a losing week as well. S &P down 10 points today. The Dow down goes 6 Nez stack down 12 global news power by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet and this is Bloomberg. This is the Bloomberg Business of Sports Aaron Rodgers is the biggest story in the 2023 NFL season. People are curious. Every time we stage a live event could be one across 10 different sports that we promote. That's our product. point 4 6 million women are already sports betting in the U .S. Digitalization of ticketing has made things more transparent in some ways and less transparent than others. One of the coolest things about rugby, it's the same rules for men and women. Golf is a sport you can play well beyond your years unlike any other sport. You don't have college athletics anymore. You have young people playing professional sports. Bloomberg Business of Sports from Bloomberg Radio. This is the Bloomberg Business of Sports show where we explore the big money issues in the world of sports. I'm Scarlet Fu. Fortunately, Michael Barr and Damien Sassauer are off this week, but fortunately for me sitting in for them is the former Business of Sports host, the one and only Jason Kelly. So good to be here. Scar, I always love teaming up with you. You and I talk a lot about sports every time you walk by my desk or I walk by your desk. I know you've been
"eric johnson" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"No, basketball. Basketball. Yeah. Did you say prince plays volleyball? Yeah, why not? Hit the fuck up. Hey, doesn't play anything anymore, unfortunately. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. All right, well, we're coming up a little over. Did you have anybody else on your list? You don't have to expand upon it, but who else did you have? Oh, that's it. That's all I really had for this one. All right, so I'm just going to quickly run through some of the other ones that were on my list and I won't expand upon them, but John for Scottie for the Red Hot Chili Peppers apologies if I'm mispronouncing his name. So one of those guitar guys that, you know, I had talked about Eric Johnson, the cliffs of Dover. It was a great, you know, instrumental song, just an amazing guitar player. Jerry cantrell from Alex. Yeah. I picked nutshell. You know, queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, band and my son turned me on to, you know, unbelievable guitar plays. There's a guy that was, you know, since we talked about Guns N' Roses. And one of the guys that replaced slash. Have you ever seen anybody by the name of bucket head? Oh, bucket head, I saw him play. He actually played with corn, I think it was the third time I saw them on the fourth time I saw them. He played with corn because head kinda was no monkey, monkey took a break, and he kind of stood in the background but up on a riser. Yeah, bucket head. That guy can play. And so for those of you that are listening or watching right now, bucket head, one of the reasons why he was called bucket head. And I don't think he does it anymore, but black when he first started out, he literally used to wear a Kentucky chicken bucket on his head. Yeah. You know, I think he, I think he moved on to like wearing these elaborate like masks and stuff like that. I think. But he started out like, and I have to tell you, I mean, you know, the guy's a little wacky. You know, obviously, if you're walking around with a Kentucky fried chicken bucket on your head, you're a little wacky. But I don't think it did him any real favors in terms of people taking him seriously. Well, he didn't care if people took him seriously as long as the bands were paying them to play. And they did. Good. Yeah. So I'll move on to my list. Crossroads, Eric Clapton, you know, monster solo Eric Clapton at his height of being able to play. And probably most importantly, it is like these song that Eddie Van Halen said inspired him to really get into guitar and to learn. Hotel California, you know, Don Felder and Joe Walsh. You know, back and forth. Jessica and the Allman brothers, Joe bonamassa is one of those guitar plays. I had him on the list..
"eric johnson" Discussed on Women and Wealth
"Really isn't any winner loser a lot of the times but just how do we get through this step through this much health as possible and then the last question i have is just who helps with the property division. If it's not a professional organizer. I have seen a lot of different scenarios and when i talked with family law attorneys about this question my who. Who are you sending to help your clients. They often say we just tell them to do it on their own. Nobody because they the attorneys don't want to go in and do this. They feel that they're being overpaid for the work of onsite support and or sitting down to go through an inventory. So they'll ask for maybe a mutual friend of the parties to help them through that back or that'd be fun. I totally want to be that front. Not talk would you or help me and my ex go through our stuff exactly. So it's a little bit hodgepodge. I have heard mediators being onsite again. That's not really what they're trained for is to be site helping people pick out the divvy up the glassware and what's in the garage. Who knows what's in the garage so it's a little bit all over the place. Well i just appreciate so much what you shared with us through this again. I could talk with you for a long time. Joan about this because again i'm going to flip on from the financial side. And what we talk about their clients in terms of investments is basically seventy percent of our economy is geared by you me eric others buying stuff and you've got the other side of this. What do we do with all of our stuff in various life situations. What you shared is super practical very helpful. I cannot share lead. enough for professional organizers. Yes it costs money but so does buying things that you already have or the emotional wrenching of letting go of stuff and then not doing it. I mean it is worth every every penny. So i am grateful for what you do and how you help people so thank you. So much is my pleasure esther. Thank you for the opportunity to be here with you today and if people needed to get in touch with you how would they reach out to you well. My website is the best place to learn more about what we do. As organizers and to reach us it's j. m. o. estate dot com and. I would say that anybody who's looking for a professional organizer to help them in divorce. Property division state organizing or any other organizing field to visit nato dot net and a p. o. dot net and they have a directory there of organizers around the country and internationally thank you so much and i know also if people want to receive jones three tips for keeping clutter free life go ahead and reach out to me through my website which is gates pass advisors dot com if you're thinking of divorcing or if you're on the other side and you've got all your legal and everything settled but your life is just starting over again and you're trying to put the pieces of tip back together. It's best advisors. That's what we're about and we connect with a variety of colleagues like joan to help navigate this transition. So thank you again joan. And thank you. Eric for all you do behind the scenes to make this possible. Oh you bet. It's my pleasure. I learned something every time we get together. And the thing that struck me today all the information all the techniques aside the joan that you were talking about what kept resonating with me is that you and esther are one and the same in in one fashion in particular which is working with people that our entire situations very highly emotionally charged situations. Not even the divorced of the last podcast that you did. It's hard just to get rid of stuff right and so Dealing with that in helping people through that emotional journey of helping to clutter free their life or other free their divorce which is really really tough. I just kept thinking man. You and esther do such a great job with communication and working with these types of folks. So i'm so glad you're back on the show. Thank you so much for being here. And of course esther thank you for bringing her on the show. We wouldn't be here without your wisdom and guidance and the the things that you bring to this podcast every time and we certainly wouldn't be here without utilizing audience. Thank you for tuning. In listening to the women and wealth podcasts with esser szabo. If you have not subscribe to the podcast yet please. Click the subscribe button below. This esther comes out with a new podcast. It'll show directly on. You're listening device. Makes it much easier to share these podcasts. With your friends and family again. Thank you so much for listening today for everyone at gates pass advisors. This is eric johnson. Reminding you to live your best day every day. We'll see you next time. Thank you for listening to the women and wealth. Podcast be short. Subscribe to the podcast so you receive notifications of new podcasts. As they become available check out the website at www dot gates pass advisors dot com for more information. 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"eric johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Department. Do you I unit State granted funded so that they can go out control the streets and looking for people guilty or appears innocent as well. The drum up charges against them in order to continue the funding that they have. My wife voluntarily as a good citizen, got out of the car, participate in a field sobriety test when she was asked to blow repeatedly. Nothing came up on the Breathalyzer because all she had had Was the water and a lemonade. Yes. My wife was arrested, handcuffed, brutally handcuffed. And charged initially arrested under suspicion Do you are from work? She didn't do anything with the breath glass, and then all of a sudden she's course intimidated and threatened and to taking a blood alcohol test. Because, obviously, now you have to try to see if you can drum up charges for my wife taking drugs. My wife was charged with Driving while intoxicated with the minor child. I'm very upset with the fact that my grandson, Jackson was in danger by being left in the car, which is a couple of police officers, not even the courtesy. Wait for our youngest daughter and her husband to come there and retrieve our grandson while Mom, Grandma. My wife must be interested. So here's the deal. This is what has to happen. Number one officer L. Harris 11792. That's for bash number needs to be terminated from the Dallas police Department. That's why I want to see happen. Number two. The charges brought against my wife must be dropped and her record must be cleaned. Because this is all that happened. Here's to prove she was not drinking that night and to force her into taking the blood test using a warrant and all these other tactics, these Gestapo like tactics. My wife does not take drugs or by the way, the only thing she had taken her earlier that they were to etcetera. And then the other thing that has to happen, Uh, chief of police, Garcia. Dallas Police Department Mayor Eric Johnson, mayor of Dallas and Dallas District Attorney John Cruz. Oh, you will come to my house and you were publicly apologize to my wife to my grandson Jackson into his parents, our youngest art Austin and Dad J. D. Now I want to see this happen by close of business Tuesday, second I also want to see a review of this Dallas D u I unit because if they're going out there trolling the streets, just looking to make collars because they have some quotas so they can continue to get state funding The citizens of this area. Don't need that. Now I want to see these things happen. They don't happen. I will end up becoming your worst nightmare because I will defend the honor of my wife and my family but also defend the honor of the Dallas Police Department because corrupt officers and corrupt practices should not dishonored of thin blue line, and I will also defend the honor of the citizens. Here in North Texas in the Dallas area. Very simple things that I'm asking for because the proof is right here. You arrested the woman. You disrespected her. You tarnish her reputation because she had a cup of water. And a couple lemonade. That is unacceptable. God bless you and God. Keep er All right. I've This is difficult because I like the Lieutenant Colonel Allen West. I like him a.
Selected No. 1 Overall by Buffalo Sabres, Owen Power Returning to Michigan
"Onto the ice. Buffalo Sabres, first overall pick in 2021 Owen Power is reportedly returning to Michigan for his sophomore season as He will become the first number one overall pick since Eric Johnson in 2000 and six to not play right out of the draft after being drafted number one
‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas
"Of bottom. John was in Dallas this past weekend as the city renamed the street after him. On Saturday, John was shot and killed in 2018 by an off duty Dallas police officer who said it was a mistake. Mayor Eric Johnson at the ceremony says it's important that we remember that he also had this to say that John's family think You so much for the grace that you've shown throughout this. We know this is difficult, but the city of Dallas mourns with you. We honor your son's legacy. And hopefully this is just a small, small demonstration of how we feel about the contributions that your son made in the very short period time that we had him here ceremony. But shells shells on on on South South South Lamar Lamar Lamar ST ST ST a a a portion portion portion of of of Lamar Lamar Lamar from from from I I I 32 32 32 South South South Central Central Central Expressway Expressway Expressway is is is now now now renamed renamed renamed Bottom Bottom Bottom John John John Boulevard, Boulevard, Boulevard,
Dallas Mayor Launches Investigation Into Why Officer Accused Of Murder Stayed On Job
"Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's calling for urgency in the City Council's investigation into why a Dallas police officer was allowed to remain on the force after he became a person of interest in 2 2019 murders. This is not something I'm at all interested in seeing Move at the pace of city government. Mayor Johnson called in a newly formed ethics committee to get busy and investigate why Brian riser was left on the force for Salone.
As Texas’ mandate ends, some Dallas-area cities still require a mask
"The the statewide statewide Govind Govind 19 19 restrictions restrictions are are fully fully rolled rolled back back as as taxes taxes begin begin to to navigate navigate the the new new normal normal of of life life without without statewide statewide restrictions restrictions amid amid the the ongoing ongoing covert 19 pandemic. Local leaders have taken it upon themselves to decide what's best for residents based on current coronavirus metrics. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued a mask mandate for city employees and for residents on city property days before Governor Greg Abbott lifted restrictions. Essentially an order of mine takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. What was Mayor Betsy Price says The city's decision was similar to its North Texas neighbor. The city manager issued an order that city employees would wear masks and the people coming in. We would strongly recommend it, and that's in keeping with the governor's orders that we could. We just felt like it was a little premature to lift it. We wanted to get through spring break for the governor's order attacks. His businesses are also allowed to make their own decisions about whether or not they want to enforce the mask mandate. Prompting some to wonder about the potential spread of covert 19 Now that businesses can operate at full capacity, Mayor Price says the city consulted attorneys about the legalities of easing restrictions and covert 19 spread for its business sector. There's been a fair amount of work that it's a federal level and at the state level, own liability for businesses and for governmental entities, and we're being told there wouldn't be any most of the business owners prices spoken to have said they'll take a sensible approach to mask enforcement. Most of the businesses that I've talked to him for just being reasonable about it. They're saying we're gonna ask him to wear a mask and if they want, we're going to say you can come in any way somebody we're not gonna let people in the city of Dallas is forming an online database on North Texans can identify which businesses are requiring maths and which ones aren't Tristan Hallman is with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office making a judgment Either way. It's just a yes or no. Are you requiring it or not, it'll populated database in a map that's searchable. And you can find locations as well. So the public should be able Tomo to go in and look and see if the business is requiring a master. Not lightly Cove in 19 metrics have been trending downward in north Texas, and leaders want that promising trend to continue in for worth officials air Using a twist on the city's y'all were a mass campaign to do it called it a strong It's the same symbol with the cowboy with the mask, and it's got a listing of what businesses and what restaurants and things will require whether you need a mask or whether you don't need me. Yes, these north AC's and say with the arrival of more covert 19 vaccines, they're optimistic about the future but remain hesitant about the governor's decision to fully open right now. Yeah, Yeah, little little bit. bit. Some Some people people don't don't care. care. I I do do know know some some people people are are really really happy happy about about it. it. I'm I'm kind kind of of scared scared about about it, it, Nicolo Nicolo say say W W B B A A P news. We'll check out weather and traffic
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Returns Boeing’s 737 Max To Service
"In the ability of the Boeing 7 37 Max is it returns to service this week, Multiple flights took off after the planes were grounded worldwide in 2019 following two deadly crashes. Overseas aviation expert Denny Kelly says he has full trust in the software upgrades to the plane matches You safe in airplane injuries in the sky, not safest. Because of all the checks and balances that it's going to her, so I think you know longer and I think it'll help Southwest. He says. The return of the Max will provide a big economic boost to the airline. And Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson is
Dallas Mayor Asks Businesses to Fill Out City Survey on Mask Policies
"Out a new city survey on mask policy. With the lifting of the statewide mass mandate. Many North Texans left wondering which business is still require masks. Tristen Homan with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office says businesses are asked to fill out an online survey about their policy. I think there's an incentive for the businesses. They want the public to know what they're doing before they go there, and we were hopeful that they'll put Anticipate the city will put together an online map and database for North Texans to visit to find out where they'll need a mask and where they won't Clayton Nevil, WB AP
"eric johnson" Discussed on Your Optimal Personal Economy
"Here as we mentioned during our last episode. We spent some time with marketing consultant. Eric johnson who spends a lot of time with other financial professionals getting to understand what they're up to and asking really good questions. We wanted to invite eric back onto the show. And spend some time with eric so that we can explore. What i think is a valuable topic for our listeners so they could become more familiar with the digital ecosystem that we've been hard at work building out over the last couple of years. So welcome eric. Thank you justin. it's a pleasure to be back. I'm excited to talk about this topic. Excellent excellent i think it's valuable..
Dallas to probe why cop accused of murder stayed on job
"The mayor of Dallas is demanding answers after a Dallas police officer was left on duty after being named a person of interest in two murders. Ryan riser is charged with two counts of capital murder and accused of orchestrating two separate murder for hire plots in 2017, according to DPD riser, was named a person of interest in the murders in 2019, but remained on active duty until he was arrested last week. Mayor Eric Johnson, now calling on a newly established ethics committee to investigate why riser remained on duty. Former Dallas police chief Rene Hall said riser wasn't placed on leave to avoid compromising the investigation.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson to require masking up in city buildings after state order ends
"Sutherland. Fox is the city of Dallas issued its own mass mandate in response to Governor Greg Abbott's decision to lift statewide covert 19 restrictions next week. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson signed the mandate, which is said to begin March 10th when habits order expires. W babies. My trainer says Mayor Johnson doesn't want to lose ground on covert 19 In a statement for the mayor's office, Johnson says, quote masks or one of the most effective tools we have for halting, covered 19 spread and mutations. We cannot afford to let down our guard yet. Was quote the mandate to wear face coverings is required in all city buildings and the city of Fort Worth, will continue to require mask that city buildings to include municipal building city hall and libraries. Other covert 19 safety protocols will also remain in effect to include limited occupancy and temperature checks for
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Signs Order Requiring Face Coverings Inside City Government Buildings
"It's too soon to lift mass mandates and doesn't know why Governor Abbott thinks doing so is a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks and all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out that the gallery of it all, essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency governor. Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it anymore. Quite Nevil, WB AP News Were pulled for you and
Dallas Mayor Plans to Issue Mask Mandate for City Owned Buildings
"The mayor of Dallas is expected issue a mask mandate before the statewide mask requirement is officially lifted next Wednesday. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says it's too soon to lift mask mandates and doesn't know why Governor Abbott thinks doing so is a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks in all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out the legality of it all, Essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency governor. Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it
Dallas To Enact Mask Mandate Before State Mandate Expires
"Of Dallas, expected to issue a mask mandate before the statewide mass requirement is officially lifted next Wednesday was Mayor Eric Johnson says it's too soon to lift mass mandates and doesn't know why. Governor Amit thinks doing so was a good idea. The mayor plans to mandate masks and all city owned buildings and says he's working with city attorneys to figure out the legality of it all, essentially an order of mine. Takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. The governor Abbott said earlier this week that he supports mass wearing during the Corona virus pandemic, but doesn't believe Texans need to be told by the state to do it anymore. Twit Nevil, WB AP New
Dallas mayor: Federal government and FEMA need to 'step up'
"Of people in Texas still under boil water orders and face long lines and empty store shelves. President Bion says he may come to Texas next week, but he doesn't want to be a burden as we recover from a week of extreme cold, and the president said he would make a decision at the start of next week. A mayor's of some of Texas's biggest municipality say they have a long cleanup ahead of them. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson says the issues in his city or just getting started, and they need the federal government's help. Austin Mayor Steve Adler says What's happened in Texas shows the state needs to put more regulations in place on the power grid. I'm Carrie. Lucky
Predators-Stars postponed at city request, extreme weather
"Dallas Stars postpone their home game last night against the national Predators after request from city officials not to play because of the impact extreme weather is having on the area. Morning from our Mercedes Benz and play no support system, Steve Lamb with significant power outages in North Texas and throughout the state, the NHL said the decision to postpone this game was made by the team's the on ice officials and the league. Upon the advice of Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson. The NHL didn't announce a postponement until a half an hour before the scheduled start of the game. There was powered the American Airlines Center, but a spokesman for the mayor said the arena is on the critical infrastructure grid. But the Stars game is not critical infrastructure. American Airlines Center could be critical infrastructure if they were using it for critical infrastructure. The game was the first back to back games and it wasn't clear of tonight's game. Will also be him impacted. Here's an idea with all the people sitting in their homes right now, without any power without any heat. Why not open the American Airlines Center to anybody? He needs somewhere to go to warm up. But the movie slapstick on the big screen. Watch it while you warm up for a few hours. Grab a hot dog and a beer. At least you're not freezing to death in your house hanging out with people are growing. Do the same thing. You are
City of Dallas partners with Methodist Dallas Medical Center for COVID-19 vaccine distribution
"City of Dallas and Methodist Hospital in Oak Cliff for teaming up to vaccinate eligible North Texans. Dallas is splitting its weekly shipment of vaccine doses between the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center and Methodist Hospital, which is now administering the shots. Mayor Eric Johnson says the partnership with Methodist is a good fit. They had the expertise Emergency management coordinator Rock Yvonne's dressing that all sites or pulling names from the Dallas County registration website. If they're not on that list, there's no way for us to schedule an applause. Had been for them, according to Mayor Johnson, Things are running smoothly at both Kay Bailey
"eric johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Gonna be back in the mid fifties for highs Friday and Saturday. I'm k l I f W b a P. Meteorologist brand Mark 43 degrees in Fort Worth right now. 43 in Dallas and 43 in Devon. Kayla of news and information. Time is now 706. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued a plea to residents who caused delays at the city's vaccination site over the weekend. Johnson says many people showed up uninvited and others shared appointment times with people who did not yet qualified to get a shot. What you were doing inadvertently Is causing delays for everyone else who's supposed to be in line, So I want everyone out there and I say this with love to think about your neighbors. Johnson says the city will work to get in improve scheduling system. He says the only people showing up should be invited by the city based on the county's registration site. It will be the largest drive thru Cove in 19 vaccination clinic in the state of Texas and Texas Motor Speedway in Denton County. And our Clayton level is out there right now, as they're getting ready. The Wave the green flag and start the procession. Good morning. Clayton gave good morning. That's right. The sun just starting to come up over Texas Motor Speedway here and they thought is that this place is gonna live up to its name. Not only will it be the biggest Facility in Texas for drive throughs, But this is also expected to be the fastest I spoke with didn't county judge and the beads and he said that the estimated wait time is about 30 minutes. And that includes the 15 minutes that you have to wait after you get your shot administer to be observed. So this is Dr through only they're expecting to get out 10,000 shots per day. Get in county received just over 30,000 shots for this weekly shipment s. Oh, they're going to take a big chunk out of the just over 100,000 registrations that they have here with these 30,000 over the next few days. 10,000 per day quite a bit. We're already seeing people line up here seems to be a smooth operation just so far, but things were just getting started. They've suggested that those were getting their vaccine should be able to take a lap around the speedway. There just a second shot for the victory lap, But they are doing 1st and 2nd shots here, so Yeah, well, I expect that in a couple weeks, all right, we'll talk with you again a little bit. There's click Nevel. Out of Texas Motor Speedway for worse. 49th May Fest Festival has been canceled yet again this year due to Cove in 19. Elizabeth Basham, executive director at Trinity Collaborative Inc. Says this difficult decision was made with great care and deliberation. After numerous meetings with public health officials, she says at this time, a gathering as largest may fest negates the efforts to minimize the effects of covert 19. We will be doing a virtual may pass, so please keep a lookout on our Facebook page at May pass. FW, and so you'll be able to enjoy May fast in the comfort of your home plans are underway for a bigger festival next year for the 50th anniversary. Cat ones I, er K l I F News, Texas Governor Greg Abbott delivered the 2021 State of the state address last evening, he touched on a number of topics that will be considered emergency items. This legislative session. Election integrity is one of them. We must have trust and confidence in the outcome of our elections. That is why election integrity? Will be an emergency Adam this session. Other emergency items for the legislative session include the expansion of broadband access for everybody preventing cities from de funding police. And bail reform. And if you're wondering why those would be considered emergencies, it's simply because Texas law only requires the Legislature to deal with the creating new budget. That's all The governor can say, Wait, We have an emergency, so you must deal with that. And so that's why these air declared emergency items. All right, let's see what's happening on Wall Street. Now let's get a business update from now. Worth Radio Spence McGowan. Morning, Spencer. Good Morning, West Texas Intermediate crude A big technical break out last night 54 96 of Barrel up about a dollar 30. The Dow's up 232 points in pre market trading 30,300 0 all the reddit bandits moved from game Stop. It was down $100 yesterday down almost 100 pre market trading, setting a weekly low here and they went into silver. Well, silver ran over 30. Now it's back down under 28 down about 5% this morning. They don't have enough money to run. Silver. Oh, I'm supposed to Macau and President McGowan Group net worth radio dot com. President Biden has a fresh pen and I guess he's worked out his hand cramp because he's gonna be back too. Signing emergency or other executive orders today, including one involving the border and immigration, and we will get more on that from Rachel Sutherland in Washington. In just a few minutes. Right now. The K l I f News times, 7 11. Ah, year later, the.
"eric johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Reach the lower sixties, so just slightly above normal will continue that Klima's we go into Wednesday and Thursday with temperatures near 70 degrees. But much cooler conditions expected as we go into the weekend, right now 48 at the DFW airport and is brought to you by the good contractors list. Governor Greg Abbott gave the 2021 State of the State address this evening. He talked about Those on the front lines that are fighting the pandemic. He also said, and important issue is helping the millions of businesses and workers who have been impacted by the pandemic. To say the very least. We must balance the state budget without increasing taxes. The governor listed several things that will be considered an emergency item in the coming legislative session. That included election integrity, integrity and responding to cities that plan to take action to defund the police. Democrats in the Senate may have a majority for the most part, but it's tenuous at best as Fox Chad, that program explains. Technically, at this moment, Democrats do not have the majority in the United States. And the reason is that Mark Warner Democratic senator from Virginia was exposed to Corona virus, and he is in quarantine. Now. Democrats got a scare last week when Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the most senior member of the body, went to the hospital for tests. He's back now. Now the Senate has it. Approved a power sharing agreement. And for now, technically, Republicans continue to hold committee gavels. That's why Lindsey Graham remains the chairman of the Judiciary Committee. And that's why Merrick Garland up for attorney general still again has not yet gotten Here. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson has a plea for residents who caused delays at the city's vaccination side of the weekend. Johnson says so many people showed up uninvited that others shared appointment times with people who did not yet qualified to get a shot. What you were doing inadvertently Is causing delays for everyone else who was supposed to be in line, so I want everyone out there and I say this with love to think about your neighbors, Johnson says the city is working to get an improved scheduling system. Again. Partly cloudy overnight delay should be around 37 48 right down. Downtown Dallas is also been brought to you by off Go office furniture from the W B A P News desk on Mickey Briggs. Your next update at 9 30 24 7 coverage. WB ape com This'd is the news and talk of Texas. It's Kris Kross right now. Are you stalking 20? W A D W b a feed a.
"eric johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You by walks a hatch. Egan show forwards May Fest 2021 has been canceled due to concerns over covert 19 Elizabeth Basham is executive director at Trinity Collaborative ink and says This is the second year in a row the event it's been canceled because of the pandemic, but Was also canceled in 2009 because of swine flu not anticipated. I think by anyone that we would still be dealing with this at this point, but we decided we need to do our part to help negate any of the negative effects of bringing such a large group of people together, such as make us would have done, she says They will still hold a virtual event to raise money for the Trinity River surrounding Fort Worth parks and community programs. President Joe Biden is meeting right now, with Republican senators as part of an effort to find bipartisan ground on covert 19 relief in Oval Office Sit down with 10 Republican senators is a transfer President Biden to exchange ideas with lawmakers about priorities of a coronavirus relief package. What this meeting is not is a form for the president to make or accept an offer. White House press secretary Jen Psaki describes President Biden's $1.9 trillion plan is the right size for the size of the crisis needs it planned for how we're going to get more vaccines in the arms of Americans. We need to have funding to help public schools have the preparations needed to reopen. The Republican plan. Total $618 billion of some Democrats in Congress say is insufficient at the White House. Scared Halpern, Fox News City of Dallas will work to improve its scheduling system at their covert 19 vaccination side. Downtown Mayor Eric Johnson says there were a number of problems with people showing up uninvited that cause delay the sheer volume of people. Who made appointments combined with the people who were in line who didn't have appointments or whose appointment had been canceled. Were a huge contributor to the long wait. Times City is partnered with Methodist health systems for vaccinations. In the coming days, a city successfully used up the initial round of doses given to them. For the long weekend Thief. Federal government is contracting with an Australian company to produce millions of at home. Covert testing kits by the administration is awarded the Loom a $230 Million contract to produce over the counter home tests that can detect coronavirus with around 95% accuracy. Within 15 minutes, Cove in 19 response, team advisor Andy Slavitt. It could be used if you feel symptoms of covert 19. And also for screaming for people without symptoms so so they can safely go toe work school into events. The Food and Drug Administration gave emergency approval to looms kit in December. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is Texas Mrs. Closing numbers on Wall Street. The Dow up 229 points. NASDAQ Up 3 33 the SNP 500 Up by 16 again the low Tonight 36. It is 57 degrees. His news also brought to you by the law Offices of nickname If From the W B A B News desk America Bushman Your Next update at 5 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com. Learning.
Dallas changing vaccine scheduling system after people share links to set up appointments
"Vaccination side downtown. This after people shared appointment times and others walked up on invited by the city, causing delays, according to Mayor Eric Johnson. We're currently working on a solution to this. That will stop people from being able to share the link. But this will take a couple of days. At least. The city is partnering with Methodist health system to administer about 5000 additional shots in the coming days. Mayor Johnson believes partner that partnership will help in stopping further problems like what happened over the weekend. Noted. Nineties child actor known for his role on
"eric johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Lawrimore. The Weather Channel's news brought to you by best buy windows inciting the city of Dallas will work to improve its scheduling system at the Copa 19 vaccination side downtown. Or Eric Johnson says there were a number of problems of people showing up uninvited that caused the lake this year volume of people who made appointments combined with the people who were in line who didn't have appointments or whose appointment had been canceled. Were a huge contributor to the long wait. Times City is partnered with Methodist health system for vaccinations in the coming days, a city successfully used up the initial round of doses given to them for the long weekend. Arlington Police are looking for a suspect in a hit and run that killed an 80 year old man. Just smitten with a PD says it happened around 4 30 Saturday afternoon on East Timpview Lane just off Collins. Mitten says Roy Smith was well known in his neighborhood. What were able to determine is somehow he was struck at his house and then most likely carried by the vehicle. A few houses down where he fell off of the car department is released pictures of a vehicle of interest. It's believed to be in early two thousands Chevy or GMC truck, mostly black with a gray or white panel on the front driver's side. White House, urging international pressure on the military and Burma to back down after seizing power had been transitioning to democracy in recent years. But in the early hours of the morning that changed the military retook control on Burma's elected leader, Aung San Souci was arrested. We are still in disbelief that this happened David come on, works for an NGO in the capital, Yangon international community will begin to take serious action against those Responsible for this assault on a democracy. The military has alleged recent elections were rigged and says this takeover is a necessary response. Simon Oh, in Fox News, Sexist business real time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow up 309 points. NASDAQ Up 3 51 the S F P 500 up 68. Again the high Today 57. It is 54 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America Bushman Your next update at 2 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com..
"eric johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"International. It's a new year. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are still desperate. Showing compassion International with your one time $40 gift to provide a covert relief kit to a family in poverty. Text the word Give 283393 That's G. I ve 283393 for WB AP News I'm meteorologist Scott Lawrimore the Weather Channel now this Mayor Eric Johnson with a plea to residents who caused delays at the city's vaccination side over the weekend. Johnson says many people showed up uninvited and others shared appointment times with people who did not yet qualified to get a shot. What you were doing inadvertent Lane is causing delays for everyone else who's supposed to be in line, so I want everyone out there and I say this with love to think about your neighbor, Johnson says the city will work to get an improved scheduling system. He says the only people showing up should be invited by the city based on the county's registration site. White House has invited Senate Republicans to the table to talk about differences on covert 19 relief legislation. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says both sides need to come to an agreement. President is confident that issues like reopening schools Getting shots in the arms of Americans insuring people have enough food to eat or not just Democratic issues. Hey, takes his former Republican colleagues at their word, of course, that they're committed to these issues to President. Biden believes the bill needs to have a large price tag based on how bad the pandemic has become. And a former longtime Dallas cowboy tight in will be coaching a local high school football team. Jason Witten has been named the head coach at Liberty Christian School, and Argyle Witten, former Dallas Cowboys tight end who spent his last season with the Las Vegas Raiders, and 2020 is taking his talents back to North Texas to coach this time. Liberty Christian, confirmed the news on Twitter, saying Witness also a long time. Liberty parent, the Tweet, said quote. It's a great day to be a warrior. Cat boy desired. WB AP News TEXAS Business Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow up 233 points NASDAQ Up 3 29 the S and P 500 up by 60. Again the high Today 57. It is 49 degrees from the W B A P News desk. America BUSHMAN Your next update at 1 30 24 7 Coverage of w B A b com project sign makes it easy for good people to connect with great causes. Natural light, Shine, Visit Volunteer Mass and brighten someone's.
"eric johnson" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"News Sunday. We match his figure when it comes to vaccination. Uh, to increase capacity to make more vaccine more quickly, as well as to adapt to these variants, which were coming across the Republican plan would also delay a hike in the minimum wage to $15 Rachel Sutherland. Fox is Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson announced the city will partner with Methodist Health System to distribute the Fizer vaccine this week. Others should be 1875 doses Wednesday and Thursday at the convention center and 3000 doses at Methodist Dallas Medical Center in Oak Cliff Thursday and Friday. City or Methodist will contact people directly who are eligible so they can schedule appointments. The partnership will help ease the long lines at the city's vaccination, huh? But the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center Meanwhile, frustration is building over the pace of covert 19 vaccinations at long term care sites were some home still await shots. CVS and Walgreens, which are tasked with giving shots in these places are far along and vaccinating nursing home residents and staff. But some other group residences won't receive their first doses until mid February or later. Resident advocates and experts are anxious about delays and delivering vaccines that have been available for more than a month. Texas business will time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow was up 184 points. NASDAQ Up 227 points on the S and P 500 up 43 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 11 24 7 coverage at WB Ape Calm that newer vehicle of yours. Probably has HD.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Apologizes After Frustrations At Convention Center Vaccination Site On Saturday
"Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued an apology Sunday after residents voiced their frustrations with the city's vaccination site at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center the day before. There were long lines throughout the day, with cars lined up for blocks. The drive up appointment on Lee site was in its third day of operation. And was meant to be efficient, but some saw nothing of the sort. Some residents believe the massive effort should not have been held in the heart of downtown. One vaccine. Registrants said she witnessed fights breaking out among frustrated people in line Mayor Johnson says the convention center site will reopen on Tuesday as the city begins distributing over 4800 doses of the Fizer vaccine.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Apologizes After Frustrations At Convention Center Vaccination Site On Saturday
"Issued an apology today after residents voiced their frustrations with the city's vaccination site at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center yesterday. There were long lines throughout the day with cars lined up for blocks. The drive up appointment only site was in its third day of operation and was meant to be efficient, but some saw nothing of the sort One vaccine registrants said she witnessed fights breaking out among frustrated people in line Mayor Johnson says the convention center site will reopen on Tuesday as the city begins distributing over 4800 doses of the Fizer vaccine. Last year. The
Dallas Council Members Schedule Meeting to Discuss Roles in Vaccine Distribution, Communication
"City Council and Mayor Eric Johnson continue to butt heads over the covert 19 vaccination process. During a special meeting, Councilwoman Carolyn King Arnold criticized the mayor's communication with the council about the vaccine, Mr Mayor, But I'm gonna tell you is that it is much easier for me to speak to the city manager day today than it is for me to talk with you. I haven't spoken to you. Almost in 13 Months Council passed the measure. Allowing the city manager to authorize resource is for back. Seen registration hubs but voted down a proposal that would have required the mayor to send by monthly memos about the covert response.
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"Fifties. Big warm up for the weekend. Right now Idea of to the airport. It's 48 degrees under partly cloudy skies President Joe Biden announced today that the federal government will be increasing weekly supply of covert vet 19 vaccines to states and territories. The announcement comes as some state governors are criticizing the rollout of the covert 19 vaccine. Here's the White House press secretary. Our focus is not just on the supply. That's part of the issue. It is also about ensuring that states have the number of vaccinators they need. So that means People who are literally taking the shots and qualified to put them in the arms of Americans and some states and some communities don't have people who are able to do that. White House press secretary Jen Psaki Continued that the effort also involves making sure that there are enough vaccine centers where people can get the shot. Della City Council and Mayor Eric Johnson continue to butt heads over the cove in 19 vaccination process. They're in a special meeting, Councilwoman Carolyn King Arnold criticized the mayor. Communication with the council about the vaccines. The mayor, What I'm gonna tell you is that it is much easier for me to speak to the city manager day today than it is for me to talk with you. I haven't spoken to you. Almost in 13 Months council passed. The measure. Allowing the city manager to authorize resource is for vaccine registration hubs, but voted down a proposal that would have required the mayor to send by monthly memos. About the covert response, The Frisco pastor who told his congregation to stock up on food and water ahead of President Biden's inauguration, is defending his comments after receiving backlash from residents and city leaders. This is just plain common sense and hardly a radical concept. The way so many people grab all the toilet paper at the beginning of Colin. Stocking up on supplies is always a good idea. Kingdom of life Faster. Brandon Burden also told congregants to load their weapons but insists he was promoting self defense, not violence. The South probe, self proclaimed grass roots activists says he's a target of cancel culture. Arlington's new police chief, Al Jones says he's excited to really get acclimated into the city and engage with the community. Darlington's new police chief, Al Jones, comes from the Baltimore County Police Department, he says. Besides the size, there's a lot of similarities. Arlington police here Is the same way we policed in Baltimore County way actually take of real interest in our citizens. Just as the same thing is Arlington So I.
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"There's guys down. 66 4 w B A P. News meteorologists marks a video with the Weather Channel and news brought to you by a classic Chevrolet. It took the state of Texas less than three days to see the new Biden administration. W B A P S Dennis Martin tells us WHY The lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants a federal court to stop President Biden's 100 Day moratorium on deportations. Lawsuit claims the federal government and agreed to consult with Texas before it made any changes to immigration enforcement. Dennis Martin W B A P News, White House press secretary, Jen Psaki brief the press about President Biden's executive order returning transgenders to the military this year. Oh no one will be separated or discharged from the military or denied re enlistment on the basis of gender identity. And for those transgender service members who were discharged or separated because of their gender identity, their cases will be re examined. President Trump had implemented the ban in 2019, the mayor of Dallas, is looking for ways to improve the police and fire pension system. Previous Dallas police and fire pension plan created fall out when benefits were taken away from police and firefighters. Now Mayor Eric Johnson, forming a group to make recommendations on how to improve the system. Dallas Police Association president Mike Modeste says the move will help avoid a repeat scenario that idea that we have to fix this at the last minute and then have to do so many drastic changes. The mayor's group made up of financial and pension professionals outside city home. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News SEXIST Business Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow down at 108 points to 30,089 S and P 500 up 4 to 38 45. The NASDAQ is up. 52 5 13,093 again a high of 68 Right now It's fair 64 in Fort Worth from the W B A P News desk. I'm Mike. Trina, You're next. Updated to 30 24 7 coverage at WB Up Calm. This'll.
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"Who are in the dark this morning due to the storms. Urging residents to be careful driving on the roads into steer clear of downed power lines. Dallas City Council will hold an emergency meeting tonight on what's become a controversy related to creating registration hubs for the cove in 19 vaccine, Mayor Eric Johnson tells w FAA TVs inside Texas POLITICS that council members up for re election should not be the decision makers for the location of the hubs. They want to have things determine based on their relationship with the city manager of the relationship with city government, So they want Have resource is directed to their district without any regard to where they actually should be deployed. Meanwhile, after record setting number of covert 19 deaths over consecutive number of days last week, the taxes Health Department has reported a decrease after three consecutive days of more than 1200 new deaths in the Lone Star State. There were 407 additional deaths reported on Saturday. Data from Johns Hopkins University shows the seven day rolling average of deaths in Texas from 261 per day that 326 again That is the average, according to The Associated Press. The state Health Department reported more than 11,000 new or probable cases on Sunday for a total of 1.96 million cases since the pandemic began. Nicole Deal W B A P News now a check on taxes business sponsored by the Law Office of nickname If here, Spencer McGowan. From network radio. The short squeeze of the decade accelerates this morning game state Grapevine based game stop up this morning 60% After rising 50% on Friday. What gives short sellers? The stock hit three bucks. Now it's 104. Less than a year later, the Dow down 125 points poised to open the day. About 30,800, West Texas intermediate crude 52 14 per barrel. I'm Spencer McCowen President.
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"Forties for the high Tomorrow. Sunshine returns Friday and Saturday with rain Sunday and Sunday night into Monday, possibility of a little bit of rain and snow mixed in some of it. Cascade foothills. Keep a closer watch on that as we get closer to it. It's 45 in downtown Seattle now. Cuomo news time. 5 45. Stay connected. Stay informed. Co Moh news sponsored by Tub Cove, bathroom and shower. Remodel. I'm Rick van size our editor, Jeremy Greater and at the controls Technical direction. By Charlie Harder in headlines. President Biden wants to restore decency to the White House. Swearing in ceremony this afternoon, Biden warned his first day appointees that they would be immediately fired if he heard them. Treating another colleague with disrespect, he said everyone's entitled to decency, adding. It's something that's been missing the past four years. Now there are five Seattle police officers under investigation for allegedly taking part in the storming of the capital. The two latest cops came forward on their own, according to the Office of Police Accountability. Well through the last year of the pandemic. Perhaps the quietest group has also been the most at risk Group are senior citizens. Well tonight, Eric Johnson shares a story about one senior living community on the day the vaccine arrived Liberation days, they called it And joins us with a preview of tonight's Eric Heroes segment on Coma. Four. We just got thinking, you know all the complaining and the pro testing in the vitriol about you know, the mask, mandates and and all the things going on in our state. Who haven't we heard from. We haven't heard from our senior citizens the most at risk Group, the most frightened group on band In all these senior living communities. There's these groups of people who have been very quietly with Much dignity. Waiting for these vaccines to arrive. And so we went to Merrill Gardens in Ballard on the day that the people living there got their vaccines on the day that they're wait was over. And what was that? Like? Because I know when I saw in West Virginia, they have a campaign called S O W save our wisdom and it's talked about having the seniors go first. So were these seniors excited where they teary? Were They nervous? You know what? They were thrilled and they were optimistic. Those were the two words that I would use. This was a celebration again. They have been quietly Waiting, biding their time on Dhere. It was the day and they lined up and they were ready to get that vaccination. And when I asked him why it was they wanted to be vaccinated. They all said the same thing. I want to be there for my Children and my grandchildren. I want to hug my kids. I want to be a part of their lives, and I want to do that as long as possible. And so it was. It was a great great moment. I loved. I loved hearing their wisdom. And there's this also this selfless quality to all of them. They don't want to spread it to anybody else. Yes, they want to be alive and take care of themselves, But they all of them said I want to make sure I don't spread this disease to anybody else. And they've been around a long time. So they know the importance of this, don't they? Absolutely. And you know what? Let's keep in my they watch the news. They know what's going on, Probably better than most groups. And there was a lady named Sally. She's 100 years old. And she was one of the very first people to get her shot and she was pumping her fist and excited and she just called it. Ah, great day, So in in large, they are just a group of people who have been quietly waiting, but they are thrilled and happy to get on with life after giving that vaccine shot We could see that tonight at six on camo news and again on your Facebook page and on the Web. Eric John's Everywhere. It's everywhere. Everywhere. We can't get away from you. Thanks at least Jaffe and Eric Johnson. Be sure to watch that tonight. Let's get the latest now on money news on this inauguration day markets were positive. That and some other Northwest money news. Now we go to Rob Smith at Seattle Business magazine with your propel insurance money.