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Darrell Brooks Released in Two Days, yet Jan. 6th Defendants Are Still in Jail?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:41 sec | Last week

Darrell Brooks Released in Two Days, yet Jan. 6th Defendants Are Still in Jail?

"Mike, we got this guy from Marcus hall, who allegedly killed four or 5 people and injured 40 out of bail and two days. And we still have people in jail from the January 6th riot. What is going on? I thought the same thing. I thought the same exact thing. 5 people killed in a murderous act. The only person who was killed on January 6th was Ashley babbitt. The Trump supporter by a capitol police officer. It's a great question. This guy was out in two days. How about the black kid who shot up the school in Fort Worth Texas? Texas and got out the day after. The day after firing a gun in a classroom.

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How Broken Is America's Bail System?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:46 sec | Last week

How Broken Is America's Bail System?

"Mike, we got this guy from Marcus hall, who allegedly killed four or 5 people and injured 40 out of bail and two days. And we still have people in jail from the January 6th riot. What is going on? I thought the same thing. I thought the same exact thing. 5 people killed in a murderous act. The only person who was killed on January 6th was Ashley babbitt. The Trump supporter by a capitol police officer. It's a great question. This guy was out in two days. How about the black kid who shot up the school in Fort Worth Texas? Texas and got out the day after. The day after firing a gun in a classroom. Wow, there's just a lot of bad stuff in the

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Critical Race Theory Defender Tells Parents He's Got 1,000 Soldiers 'Locked and Loaded'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Critical Race Theory Defender Tells Parents He's Got 1,000 Soldiers 'Locked and Loaded'

"And with spokesman like this guy for critical race theory I mean what could possibly go wrong So Jim cue up for me cut 6 So this guy apparently is some activist according to what I saw online His name is Malik Austin and he loves critical racism theory That's what it is I call it critical racism training CRT He loves critical racism training Malik Austin So he went to a bunch of school by school board meeting apparently in front of a bunch of Fort Worth parents And you know with advocates like this for critical racism training you know you wonder why the Democrats got smoked I mean this guy's just terrific He says and I quote I want you to listen to this coming up He says he has over a thousand soldiers ready to go Locked and loaded Locked Locked and loaded I thought the hat tip Chris roof on Twitter by the way I thought we were the domestic terrorists What's happening to this guy The FBI investigated is there Merrick Garland memo Of course not He's probably gonna get a contributor job but MSNBC But check it out you can hear it for yourself The audio is not that great at sun gym's fault It was just taking off an iPhone Here's Malik Austin pro critical race theory proponent telling parents he's got his soldiers locked and loaded check this out We're not the board If you want to talk to me I'd be happy to talk to you Time Time Bye There you go Pro critical race theory guy Says he's got a thousand soldiers locked and

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CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

CNN's Chris Cuomo and 660AM The Answer's Mark Davis Have a Civil Conversation

"But these guys on CNN are hard to hard to stomach. And yet there can be moments of civility and disagreement without really being disagreeable. Last night, Mark Davis, morning host on 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas appeared again with Chris Cuomo to talk about the Kyle rittenhouse case. Here's how it went. Let's bring in conservative radio host Mark Davis from 6 60 a.m. the answer in Dallas Fort Worth. It's good to see you. Not to seem prejudicial, but one step sideways. This is Veterans Day. Your father would have been 90 years old. He was a 20 year vet in the air force. Thank you for his service and thank you family for it. Man, thank you guys for you and the staff are clearly reading why Twitter feed on a number of levels. And I so appreciate it. Thank you, Chris. All right. Well, we're human first. Now let's have the discussion here. Do I have it right that you don't believe rittenhouse should be on trial that you believe he did the right thing going there? And that he did the right thing in the face of imminent threat of his own life. Now that I've seen the evidence and what a crazy thing that is waiting to see the evidence I strongly encourage it, I believe this does belong on the list of events where and you'll see them often, where something happens. Somebody's in their home. They take some action in self defense. A number of things that speak of self defense. And the authorities look at this and they say, you know, this really does look like self defense and maybe we don't even prosecute in this case. I believe this smacks of exactly that, and you are also correct in giving voice to my suggestion that in taking just 48 hours to reach this decision that this prosecution, which is clearly flailing is absolutely responding to the streets of Kenosha, which were demanding and a lot of voices, many of whom you've been hearing tonight or just demanding this kid's head on a platter because to not do so would seem to be insensitive to the Jacob Blake

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American Airlines Cancels More Than 1,500 Flights Since Friday Amid Staffing Issues, Weather

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | Last month

American Airlines Cancels More Than 1,500 Flights Since Friday Amid Staffing Issues, Weather

"American Airlines canceled over 1500 flights over the Halloween weekend blaming weather woes, wink wink and staffing issues. I always love it when these airlines blame weather for staffing problems, and then the people who live in the communities where the weather is, they will run that bad here. That reminds me of the time that Hillary fainted in Lower Manhattan remember when she popped out of her shoe and they threw her in a van and wouldn't take her to the hospital when she was running for president. Hi, I'm glad she's well. But she had a bad morning and I was in New York City just about a mile away. And the mainstream media rushed to her defense. They said, oh, it was so it was so hot. Oh, it was hot. She had heat exhaustion. It was this cool crisp, shattering morning in New York. I was there. It wasn't hot. But the mainstream media figures, you know, the beast figures well, if we lie, people aren't gonna be around. They don't know. They're not there. We'll tell them it's hot. So that's a little bit like Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, canceling all these flights. Oh, it's windy in Dallas. They got some wind conditions. In Dallas Fort Worth, I got a news flash. It's windy a lot at Dow in Dallas Fort Worth. They in canceling 1500

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Larson wins at Texas for 1st spot in NASCAR's championship 4

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Larson wins at Texas for 1st spot in NASCAR's championship 4

"The years windows driver left nothing to chance by clinching a spot in the championship finals with a dominant performance in Texas Kyle Larson led two hundred and fifty for the three hundred and thirty four laps it wouldn't his eighth race of the year the wind didn't come as easily though was the lap count appears as he had to survive three restarts in the final sixty laps to get the win Larson also won the all star race at Texas earlier this year William Byron finished second Christopher bell was third Brett McMillan fort worth

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Pilots Ejected From Military Plane Prior to Crash, Fire Officials Say

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Pilots Ejected From Military Plane Prior to Crash, Fire Officials Say

"A military training jet crashed in a neighborhood near fort worth texas. This morning officials say both pilots were injured. They had managed to inject before the plane crashed. Three homes were damaged but officials say no one was seriously injured on the ground. The plane was on a routine training

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Military Training Jet Crashes in Texas, Injuring Both Pilots

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Military Training Jet Crashes in Texas, Injuring Both Pilots

"A military training jet has crashed into a neighborhood outside fort worth Texas injuring two pilots police in fort worth Texas say it could have been a lot worse a military training jet crashed in a neighborhood it didn't hit any of the houses directly debris crashed into several yards and fires did force three families out of their homes the pilots were able to eject before impact one of them got caught along with a parachute in power lines on the way down airforce and naval investigators are looking into the cause the crash occurred not far from the fort worth Naval Air Station joint reserve base hi Jackie Quinn

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New York City Is an Embarrassment

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 3 months ago

New York City Is an Embarrassment

"New york city today where there was just an extraordinary weather event. An event that people in texas and florida pretty well used to but not new york not this these kinda rains last night and this kind of flooding which resulted in the deaths of at least nine new yorkers who were trapped in their basements trapped in their homes Just a terrible weather event here in the city of subway stations with water cascading down. You know the dirty little secret about new york is the infrastructure is pretty bad. The roads terrible here the The city is has been you know built over and over and over again. There are layers and layers of of of of street and sidewalk and buildings that have been raised and then reconstructed and re. It's awful here Last night today Thankfully the storm is over and conditions are Are dry again. But lots of Lots of damage done. It is pretty fascinating though that for the taxes. That new yorkers pay you would think this would be a gleaming shining city on a hill for the taxes that new yorkers are socked with some of the highest most confiscatory tax rates in the on the planet. You would think that this city would run like all. I don't know dallas. I was in the dallas fort worth area last week. I thought man. The highways here are so smooth and efficient. Construction is beautiful. The infrastructure is fantastic in many ways. New york city is an embarrassment.

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Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

Start Here

01:19 min | 3 months ago

Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

"Couple nights ago. Women were lined up at a health clinic in fort worth texas called whole women's health and these women in line were seeking abortions some way to all day. The last procedure was performed at eleven fifty six. Pm are waiting. We're filled with patients and their loved ones in all four of our clinics. Yesterday we had a physician who has worked with us for decades In tears this morning. That clinic is still providing abortions. The difference is they're only offering them to women in pregnancies were fetal heartbeat hasn't been detected yet in most cases that's about six weeks in the vast majority of abortions are not performed until after that point because in many cases women don't even know that they're pregnant. What's the tragedy is that we can only provide abortion for about ten percents of the people that we could provide abortion for yesterday. The thing that's changed now of course is that yesterday morning. The nation's most restrictive abortion law went into effect in texas a law that allows virtually anyone. Who says a woman has undergone an abortion. Could be a neighbor. A co worker. An axe stranger can sue anyone who helped facilitate that abortion. The law itself is incredibly note worthy and what was almost just as remarkable. Was that for nearly twenty four hours. The supreme court said nothing until last

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New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season

The Dan Patrick Show

01:10 min | 3 months ago

New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season

"The new orleans saints have picked their starting quarterback jameis winston. Jeff duncan covering the team new orleans times. Picayune sports columnist. Let me start with that season opener given the weather and we still have some time. Here is their contingency plans. If the saints can't host the packers that opening weekend jeff dan. They're working on that right now. I mean the situation is so fluid as you can imagine in new orleans. The power outages catastrophic. The entire city is still out of power. And so there's so many other priorities right now in the city beyond the football game and we stopped the sean payton this morning. Big look like the saints are going to set up shop in the dallas fort worth area. Absurd least the next month or so and he mentioned that they'd even looked into possibly playing their home games over in dallas and. At and t. stadium. I think that's one of the ideas they're not going around with. There's so many moving parts here other trying to make roster cuts today get players out of there and they got families members all in the hotel move hotel so it's a it's a crazy situation very unprecedent.

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All Things Point to a GOP Landslide in 2022

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 4 months ago

All Things Point to a GOP Landslide in 2022

"Of this points to one thing landslide in two thousand twenty two. If not we're done do you get it. You gotta stay home. You can sit home georgia because you're worried about the integrity the election. Sorry don't get mad at me. Don't sit on that. you've you're going to sit home. You gotta go vote. We've got to get this country back and people are fighting and legislatures are fighting to ensure election integrity. Of course we're worried about mail-in ballots in california. Look in the studio. I'm here in dallas. Fort worth by buddy. Tom gave me. Larry elder for governor sign. And i got it in my background. Look at mike online dot com right now and go to the watch mike on tv. You'll see larry's big smiling face. This is no time for sitting on the fence. There's no time for weak needs. We gotta fight. Look what they're doing to this country. And this party is represented by andrew cuomo and joe biden and bernie sanders and nancy pelosi and all the rest of them and sadly and look at what's happening around the world. This bite administration is a disaster across the board domestically foreign. Go ask people in afghanistan. how biden's presidencies out for him. It's unreal

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Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Mike Gallagher and Mark Davis Debate COVID Mandates

"Davis. Who's my dear friend in dallas fort worth. He and i have daily chat. In fact our conversations are on our on my podcast. You want to hear all of them. Normally we agree today. We most definitely disagree. I want the right to reject putting a vaccine that i don't trust into my body. Now you have that right. I steinweg right every day. I tell people the government should never make them do it but you still have an answer. The question when i don't think objective reason not to get it well. The informed objective response is one year isn't enough science or data or research. It's brand new. They're worried about the long term potential effects. They might have you know a minute ago. You you kind of scoffed at scoff but you minimize the religious objection their religious. And if it's for real absolutely but people are going to be. I feel this way always with religious objections and health objections people make crap. They make stuff up right. Left up all listed. it's real than by owning. Here's one thing is going to be interesting. And this is the if we start seeing vaccine mandates. And i think we will. I could be wrong of what type of government one's private enterprise and government. I think we're gonna see. I think that i could be wrong but get ready for the. I know somebody i work with. Not i'm not gonna say where it's nowhere in dallas. It's not out of town. Got a doctor's note. The mask impedes my breathing. I'm not wearing a mask. When you have a mass mandate now. How many people do you think are gonna. They're good of the go to their doctor. For that and i would support them a thousand percent because even though they're making it up the mask nonsense has been has been if. Listen if it's if it's a mask thing the mask stuff has been a fantasy is better where women not wear one of your unvaccinated incredibly short. Now let me let me let me know him. Ask fetish has been ridiculous. Okay so let me point. Let's use the mark davis consistence consistency test. Because you just failed it. You just got a big f. Because if you're so gung ho on vaccine mandates why are you squishy on mask

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Shooting Suspect Stoned to Death by Angry Mob in Fort Worth, Texas

Ernie Brown

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

Shooting Suspect Stoned to Death by Angry Mob in Fort Worth, Texas

"Fort Worth was stoned to death following a deadly shooting Fort Worth police say a gunman who opened fire in the Fort Worth Cuomo neighborhood and around one a.m. was stoned to death. Police say the group began throwing gardening stones at him after he shot and killed one and injured two others. It's not clear how it all happened. Police have only said it started with some kind of disturbance, but they do say the people involved did all know each other. No names have been released at this time.

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Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Wally Funk Finally Made it to Space

"Well we might as well telegraph. It's not dennis shall we can can you. Can you tell not only not only. Can you tell the denizens not here. But it's a. It's a telegraphed in advance that. It's me your texas show. Buddy mark davis morning host here at six sixty a answer in dallas fort worth where i do the best possible show. Prep imaginable for the dennis prager show. It's called doing my own program that ended just one hour ago seven to ten central time. That is my playground and man If we had a bunch talk about an a lot of it that is of course originating here in my beloved lonestar state is of great national interest so there are a few things. I'm gonna do today. So whenever i'm blessed to come here and and hang out for dennis always lay down a little thumbnail sketch of what we're going to do. It is july twentieth of twenty twenty one a date of huge significance to me because i am At least here in dfw. And maybe nationally the go-to space dork in american radio. And it's because. I'm old enough to be that and old enough to remember fifty two years ago today when neil armstrong lay down those historic footprints along with buzz aldrin. I in the sea of tranquility fifty two years ago today. The footprints on the moon tonight at ten fifty six eastern time nine fifty six central. Do your math elsewise. And i got a couple of things to say about that. And especially wow today and this was the day that jeff bezos decided. Let's go ahead and do it today. Because they wanted it to have some historic significance in it certainly does jeff bezos and his little brother and some dutch teenager and the wonderfully named wally funk. A woman a an eighty two year old woman who is a member of what was called the mercury thirteen. You may remember the mercury seven those were the actual astronauts six of whom went up deeks laden did not but he got to run the astronaut office later on so i guess that's a that's a little bit of makeup but they had thirteen women who may put through various stages of training a whole lot of them did really really well and while he was one of them and she's a local woman she lives just a few miles west of where i am here in the dfw area and she and the whole flight was eleven twelve minutes there. You go very reminiscent. In a spacecraft called the new shepard s. h. e. p. a. r. d. like alan shepherd in emission very reminiscent of his

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Nationwide Blood Shortage Forces Some Hospitals to Delay Surgeries

Chris Krok

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Nationwide Blood Shortage Forces Some Hospitals to Delay Surgeries

"Officials say it's causing some hospitals to put off surgeries. Linda Gelsor with Carter Blood Care says with the pandemic, the ice storms and now the school being out for the summer. It's a perfect storm for disaster. Some people in the industry are calling us a 30 year low because they've never seen such a low blood shortage before and in the Dallas Fort Worth area. We are seeing the lowest levels we've ever seen. She encourages people to give blood Whenever you can. You can call or text to make an appointment or walk into a site nearby. A Delta variant is spreading

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Air Force Cadet 1 of 2 Killed in Small Plane Crash in Texas

Under the Hood with Cambridge Auto

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Air Force Cadet 1 of 2 Killed in Small Plane Crash in Texas

"Been discovered that one of the casualties of this week's small plane crashed south of Fort Worth was an Air Force Academy cadet Tarrant County Medical examiner's office said Nick Duran, who was 20 died of blunt force centuries. He and another person aboard were found Thursday near Cleveland

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Pilot, Staffing Shortages Force American Airlines to Cancel Flights

Tim Conway Jr.

01:36 min | 5 months ago

Pilot, Staffing Shortages Force American Airlines to Cancel Flights

"All right. There's travel. Trouble in the United States, right? American Airlines says have enough pilots or flight attendants that put these planes in the Air. American Airlines says it has chosen to cancel some flights so that it can take better care of its customers and minimize surprises. Here at the airport. American Airlines, announcing that it had 120 cancellation Saturday alone and going forward is projecting at least 50 to 80 flight cancellations a day. Travel demand has ramped up. The airline has also had to deal with some labor shortages and bad weather, which forced the airline to juggle even more. It's Dallas Fort Worth hub that reportedly has been the most affected. American Airlines customers who were booked through July 15th. And will be impacted. They're going to be notified so they can make adjustments. I guess. American Airlines is looking for pilots and flight attendants and ground crew to keep these planes in the air. Um You know which I think it's tough to find pilots. And you can't just trained for a week and wheels up right? Really know what you're doing. Cancellations account for just about 1% of the airlines flight traffic, but underlined some larger industrywide challenges. Take a look. The T s a also dealing with staffing shortages. So in some cases, passengers have been asked to arrive three hours early to ensure they can get through security lines and make flights A T s, a memo obtained by the Washington Post reported. 235 airports are currently understaffed. When it comes to T s a officers and yesterday? Yeah, I can't get enough. T s a is

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"fort worth" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"In for dave. Amy they will be back tomorrow joining us now though. It was a big weekend in fort worth all eyes. Were on the mayoral runoff race. Between deborah people's and maddie parker and mattie parker came out on top she is your fort worth mayor elect and she joins us now. Live on five seventy. Klif it's a wet kinda gloomy morning in fort worth right now but it was a very bright weekend for you. Miss parker. tell us how it feels to To win this election it feels pretty awesome a little bit surreal steel and i woke at this my husband and it's a different feeling to wake up and know what you're doing now you're focused on. It doesn't feel like quite a hamster wheel that we were on for five months right right. Yeah well you. You're you're such an interesting candidate because you worked on a betsy. Price is staff you know. The the mayor longtime decades long or ten year long mayor in fort worth a lot of people are seeing this election. Win for you as an continued endorsement of what mayor price did for the city. What do you take from your time working as her chief of staff. And what did you learn for working under. Well i think First of all. I had the honor to get to work for mayor. Price and the entire city council actually reported our city manager so i worked with a variety of different people at city hall and my job was really to carry forward the vision and policies that she was about but also working with our council members so so for me i get to hit the ground running right understand scott what it looks like to really build consensus and push positive. Policies forward The things i learned at city hall know to be successful. Just that you have to work together Or you just don't get anything done. You have one vote. We have new council members coming on. Which i'm so excited to work with. Understand what their goals focuses says the city hall Public engagement is key and things have changed. Your mayor was there for ten years. Which is remarkable. And she's really focused on meeting people where they are out in the community. We have to continue that in a growing city Incredibly vast across over three square miles For more south so all those things will continue and refocusing because of strong leadership for ten years now fort worth gets to focus on our economy jobs and growth opportunity across our entire city because we were managed. They managed well. You mentioned the city council. And i know mayoral races are not partisan you know you. You declared republican or declared democrat. But i mean people look at the elections they know mattie parker tends to lean the republican side deborah people's leading the democratic side. A lot of people are looking at the city council. Changes like okay. There's maybe a little a few more liberal voices on the city council. do you see this changeover. With the city council in conjunction with you becoming the new mayor as a challenge for you or does it excite you because you ran a bipartisan platform. I think that's exciting. And like i said earlier on i want to sit down with each of those candidates are now Officials say what you want to accomplish in your district. And how can i work alongside you ensure they're going to be some tough issues that we face the council will have to work through but the commodity at four four council has always served as well. And i want to continue that tradition as we welcome all of us fair to work together And there's less than forty and we've got a lot of new youth and excitement and refocus on what they wanna bring so it's not a deterrent to me. I understand people want to put everybody in a box understand where they are politically but vast majority of the decisions that happened at city hall really are not partisan of course they're going to be times when those colors may show through And you see that. Play out. But i think for the most part we will be able to work together to to really move forward for. We're talking to matt parker. She's the fort worth mayor elect after the runoff elections. Talking right now here on five seventy. Klif you're only thirty seven years old only a few years older than me. I love it. 'cause you being the the youngest mayor and a major city in america i i love bring on the youth. Baby i mean what is is that a challenge to you is. Do you feel that as a badge of honor. What do you make of that being the headline surrounding winning well. It's not a challenge. It's exciting right. I mean. I'm so fortunate to at thirty seven. Had all this experience. Seventeen years in public service i was the scrappy kid from heiko texas right. I grew up on a family farm in the middle of nowhere. I had a party line. Scott and thomas fourteen. You know what party line is between people. our age. Don't know no neighbors off the phone. So do i like those values. Count face family working together. As who i am and now i get to lead a twelfth largest country should be that everybody's looking at what an incredible opportunity to also carry the torch ford but also had this tremendous appreciation respect who came before us history and our heritage here in the city so it's a balance right and i those those that were concerned. You're too young. i can't wait to prove them wrong. Right actions speak louder than words. And i will work.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:39 min | 6 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"Have a busy day tomorrow. They're going to be voting. In runoff elections. Among other things are going to decide who the next mayor of fort worth will be that current mayor of course is mayor betsy price. She joins us now to talk about all things fort worth on not her last day in office but her last day in office before she knows who's going to take her big nice corner office with the view of the fort worth skyline and all that good stuff. Good morning mayor price. How are you kidding. Morning scott i wish it had a big you. Let's it's okay we we we all want a little bit more. Let's let's start right here. Let's let's start right here with the the race tomorrow. Mattie parker debra people's i know maddie parker was your chief of staff. You've endorsed her. Just talk about what this election means to fort worth and why it is. It's mattie parker that you think would be good as the next mayor. Sure matty what's not chief of staff. And she is just very very smart energetic young woman. It's nice to state young folks stepping up to serve in these positions. She can hit the ground running. She knows office. She knows what it's gonna take just passionate about fort worth but you know. This is a critical election for fort worth because this is the first time. They'll have a new mayor and ten years longest time we've ever gone with Reciting meyer and we also have four council seats that are in a run off so it could change totally change the dynamics of the city council and of course that would change policy at the city. You know we just did a story about an hour ago. About how fort worth went from the thirteenth to the twelfth largest city in the us according to the us census bureau what are the challenges of not just being a mayor but also working with the city council. When you've got such a fast growing city like fort worth yeah. We're second fastest growing city in the nation and we stayed in that for nearly ten years going from seventeen to twelve and ten years. You know the challenges are managing that growth being innovative and creative delivering the infrastructure. That people need for the growth to you. Know be sustainable and to not really change people's lives and then the other challenges fort worth is the city of character. He wanted to maintain that character. You don't offer works. Just come become any other big city. usa and that's a challenge working with the council making sure that your council all comes together and isn't working just own their own area that you have to think about the big city as a how it's always the mayor's job but also the mayor's job to get the council to think about that. You didn't start in politics but for the last twenty years or so from being the tax assessor collector to like you mentioned ten years as the mayor of fort worth i mean politics itself has changed quite a bit just from a standpoint of politics in general and how it is in fort worth. What's different today than it was. Maybe twenty years ago when you got into public service well you know for me. It's not really politics. it's public service. I'm here to serve. I grew up with family. Said you served. I and i've always tried to bring that to the table. But what i do think is changed is. It's much more polarized than they've ever been. People tend to get way on the ride or way on the left and and that's fine except that you've got to work with other people particularly to city. You know you're potholes. Nine one for police officers. Don't care which way you lean clearly worse more conservative fiscally conservative city but socially liberal longtime area. But you've got to be able to build that coalition and build. The new mayor has got to bring the leadership together. That can can bring people at the table and get everybody thinking about. How do we really serve our cert- citizens you're not what's my next election and that i think in torture scene in washington for too many boats being made based on what their next election do you think fort worth can come together and get past that polarization. Regardless of who's elected. Tomorrow i do. I think fort worth hasn't experienced that. I think the citizens expect better of a count on as mayor. And i think you know i think it can be a little rock a you could potentially over five four so the council and that everybody will have to get their feet wet. Figure out what they're doing. But i'm optimistic that that we have good people who want to serve. We'll get ten years as mayor ten years before that is tax assessor collector. Your last day officially is what ten days from. Now the fourteenth right so you got about a week to kind of ease in whoever's going to be coming into lead fort worth so june fifteenth. Let's fast forward. What's the first thing you're doing when you're out of office in which marathon is going to be doing. The mayor's try on the thirteenth. So probably on the fifteenth recovering from that and and i'll still have the formal swearing. I don't know. I think i'm gonna sleep three days and then consider what get some rest well and it would be well deserved ameriprise. You've worked very hard in public service for two decades fort worth loves you your beloved figure and we thank you for being such a good friend of the station. We hope this isn't the end of you jumping on the show. We hope you'll hear from you again. Even after out of office he will to help. I appreciate it. Scott very good mayor betsy price of fort worth. Thank you once again for your time. Local elections everybody in fort worth go. Vote tomorrow be apart of democracy and we'll see how it all turns out..

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WBAP 820AM

03:48 min | 7 months ago

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"Office is in Dallas Fort Worth and ST Louis. Joseph Cordell, principal partner. We're gonna try to do something with the 25th amendment. It's the stuff people are talking about because he's mentally incapable was talking. $20 g A P w b a p dot com 7 19 b A P, How we were Gonna talk about what's happening is we're gonna move that 7 37 Okay, very, very, you know, because we wait. We've got some audio from yesterday's mayoral runoff forum. Yes, from Fort Worth that we need to play. All right. We need when you get into a couple of these, if you don't mind. No, this is this is good stuff. Yes. So you got Manny Parker Parker? You got Debra People's the two candidates right on. We've got audio from both of them in. Let's hear a couple of cuts here from Let's start with Matty Parker. This is talking about education. You know, a lot has been made about Teret County education. And how does that affect economic development? All right, Here's what Here's what she had to say about that. I don't care if your student goes to a charter school, a public school, private school or his home schooled. Every single student deserves access to a quality education in Tarrant County. Until we take that responsibility seriously, our economic development efforts will continue to stall. Good point there. I mean, education is important. Her. Yes, it is. Without a doubt. I mean, everything she said. Right there is Hard to argue. Yeah. You know? So what was what was the argument here? What was that back? No real argument this week. No real back and forth on that one. Deborah did talk about higher wages and the importance of that. And how do you get to that? And we have to make sure there were supporting them so that they can pay higher wages. They can hire more people. And that is one of the things that I want to do is work with the chambers to make sure that we're reaching all of those small businesses that are the lifeblood of our city. Yeah, she said, Hey, we gotta support small businesses. What can we do? To support small businesses with which employ a lot of people. Very true. Nothing. Nothing wrong there. Yes, but who does? Yes, right. And so so largely anything argue with there, and that one of the things she talked about was making sure that small businesses in certain communities. Had all the assistance so they needed. My plan is to look at those underutilized neighborhoods and focus on them and you won't hear me spouting statistics. You're gonna see me hands on in the community working with the black chamber working with the Hispanic chamber working with the Asian American chamber to make sure that we're providing those opportunities. So, she said, she's gonna look to those neighborhoods that, as she referred to are underutilized. To assist them. Those neighborhoods. I would I would say a lot of those neighborhoods need a lot of help. Yes. Then they do need Business, and but they've got to be supported. What you put those businesses in there? They've gotta be supported. Sure, both of them here, kind of talking about what you do in these neighborhoods. How can how can you assist them was for this. We should be moving and taking builders to areas around the city that had been underutilized. We understand the generational wealth gap exists between black and Latino families. Because of homeownership. What are we gonna do is a responsible city government to make sure making his opportunities are available to all people in for worth. Yes. So you're Deborah People's talking about how you're gonna take builders to that city to those parts of the city that have been underutilized in what many? Parker was saying. There's you've got to make sure that folks could buy the homes to what are you doing to ensure they could get access to the loans. We got more audio from yesterday's mayoral form. We'll do that after we check traffic,.

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WBAP 820AM

01:55 min | 10 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"To covert 19 concerns all the information that we have right now That's the only decision that could have been made and would have been made even six weeks from now. Given where this pandemic is headed and where we are just to the population in Fort Worth fashion is executive director of Trinity Collaborative ink and says people can still participate and help raise funds during their virtual event. Which will take place April 29th through May 2nd, she says planning is already underway for next year's event. That will be the 50th year The 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. In Arlington Police are looking for a suspect involved in a hit and run that left an 80 year old man dead on the street of his neighborhood. Arlington Police Officer Jesse Mittens says Roy Smith was getting the mail and was struck and carried a few houses down. Department has a vehicle of interest cars, mostly black, early 2000. Maybe 7 4008 Chevy or GMC pickup truck thing that sticks out about this truck is it has a gray or white panel on what would be the front driver's side and maybe some of the front and says it happened around 4 30 Saturday afternoon on East Timber View Lane just off South Collins. Texas Mrs. Closing numbers on Wall Street, the Dow up 229 points. NASDAQ Up 3 33 the S F P 500 Up 60 again the low Tonight 36. It is 59 degrees. This news also brought to you by clarity. Windows from the W B A B News desk. America Bushman Your Next updated 4 30 24 7 coverage of wb ap dot com. This.

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KLIF 570 AM

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fort Worth on I 35 W Samppa Did Bass would Boulevard There's a collision on the right shoulder. It's backed up past Heritage Trace Parkway with Kayla of Traffic on the fives High Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. If you're coming in from the South this morning, there could be some areas of freezing fog, which would make bridges and overpasses. Pretty selective. Pretty hard to detect to. That area is roughly from Hillsboro on down to Waco, including Athens. Of course I can. Coming up from Bryan College Station. Everything warms up, though, after daybreak, mostly sunny and 52 for the high here today, low near freezing tonight High near 59 Tomorrow and 60 on Thursday. We will cool off to the upper fifties Friday and Saturday habit Kunar with only lower fifties for the high on Sunday, no rain until early next week. I'm k l I f W b 80 meteorologist brand, Barton. 29 degrees and round let right now it's 29. Hearst and 28 in dollars Dallas Fort Worth is Glenn back. The answer does not lie in Washington. The problems lie in Washington. So the states that you live in. You should urge them to become sanctuary states that we are a sanctuary for the bill of Rights and anything that violates the bill of Rights. This state won't do Join me from nine till noon. Live from the Metroplex. Right here on real news and information. 5 70 K l i f Huh? Me? Me? Me. Me, me. Me, but also you, Farrell, Fast forwards His favorite porn film. Powdered doughnut. Okay, What's my line? Three Only line I see here on the script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive man. That's a time twister, huh? I'm sorry. I'm gonna need a few more minutes. Hold this world risk the bulbous.

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KLIF 570 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"HD to Fort Worth a decisive turning point in the battle against Coronavirus, Jack Hello him. Fox News That's what the CEO of England's National Health Service says today will be viewed as Simon Stevens, speaking shortly after Margaret Keane in 90, year Old Woman and Coventry, England became the first recipient of the Corona virus vaccine outside of clinical trials. Britain to prove the Pfizer vaccine for emergency use last week the U. S today likely to pass 15 million Corona virus infections since the start of the outbreak 192,000 more cases reported yesterday. Monday's deaths blamed on the virus just over 1400. It's less than half of the record number of deaths reported last Thursday. President Trump will today hostess, someone at the White House on Operation Warp speed and its efforts to distribute the Corona virus vaccine in the U. S. The president is expected to sign an executive order governing the U. S stockpile. Box news dot com quotes An administration official who says the priority is to make sure we distribute these vaccines to Americans. The Trump Administration says it plans to distribute 40 million doses of a corona virus vaccine by the end of this month. And millions more early next year. It's Marc Maron if multiple sources telling Fox News president elect Biden will nominate a former general as the secretary of defense, retired general Lloyd Austin will be the first black person to leave the Pentagon if confirmed, But his selection is prompting concerns over eroding civilian control of the military. Austin would require congressional waiver since he retired less than seven years ago was Jackie Heidrick Reports. Watchdogs are reportedly leery of Austin's role in an equity firm and Vesting in government contractors. Brigadier General Chuck Yeager, the renowned to test pilot has died. It was the first man to break the sound barrier in level flight. Chuck Yeager was 97 Asian stock markets closing Tuesday. Lower down futures about 70 points in the Red America is listening to Fox.

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WBAP 820AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex as a covert 19 hospitalization rate that has been at or above 15% for seven consecutive days. Governor Habits Executive order calls for all businesses that were previously at 75% capacity to immediately reduced to 50%. In addition, all bars are required to shut down as Americans await the first arrival of the cove in 19 vaccines were learning more about the criteria for those who are first in line to receive it. Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security senior scholar, Dr A. Mesh, a jeweler says he believes people have tested positive and recovered from Cove. It should still receive the vaccine. I think there's not going to be any distinction if you've had it. We know that the antibodies do provide some protection and you also get t cell immunity. We don't know how long that lasts so this vaccine will likely Service, A booster for those individuals who've had to have had the virus before. The first phase of the rollout is set to begin as soon as the Food and Drug Administration authorizes vaccines made by Fizer and Moderna. Governor. Abbott says taxes should receive its first allotment the week of December. 14th and the pandemic has led to massive jobs lost nationwide in North Texas is not immune, but things are looking a bit better. For the first time since the pandemic hit the Dallas Fort Worth area has cut year over your job loss toe under 100,000 stats from the U. S. Department of Labor Show. About 62,000 jobs were added to the economy across the Metroplex in October, other major cities how are not seeing the same bounce back as DFW Houston was still down 151,000 jobs and a Dallas based ride share companies..

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KLIF 570 AM

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Go to Philip in Fort Worth A Philip, Thanks for joining us. Hello, Ed. Are you doing? I'm on the downhill side of the day. Head. Yes. Yeah. Okay. I'm sorry. I'm trying to make sure my phone works. I'm doing great. I'm out here. Driving my ride share and I got a 2015 Altman that I've got 401,000 miles on it and it's been real good. It's been real efficient. I've been able to make some really good money with I'm thinking about maybe getting upgrading to, uh to a six passenger Car like a RAB are something similar. But something that you know is going to be cheap to run that that that's the advantage of this corn. I talked the other Drivers and they have gone broke. Because their expenses were so high and they had these big, luxurious automobiles. This is a basic again, Philip. I've had people call into the show and some people is, you know, driving for ride your company. Don't have the greatest credit. And all this came about and it was literally one guy called in a nice kid. He went out both issues. Toyota Avalon, right? And so he's into this Avalon, which eats a lot more gas and potentially another car, Although its fuel efficient if you're in the right, your business gas is important. And if it goes back to $4 a gallon, it could be critically important. But he had some bad credit. So he bought in Avalon and then he had that pay that high note high interest rate. On then he doesn't make enough money to really offset what he bought. And so I would just said Okay, if you're gonna do the math on this going get a Mitsubishi Mirage, you know, because you could get one with brandy. Yeah, well, think about it there. You can buy one for 12 13,000 bucks to get 40 Miles to the gallon. They got a 10 year 100,000 Mile powertrain warranty. And the whole city and but hope for the whole six people just asa don't do those rights. Because on the average when you pick up a fare are you picking up one person or six? Well, come on. Now We're picking up no more and three on average. Do you pick up one or six? Which one? Are you more likely to pick up? Had that all depends of the time you drive, you drive, you know, in the morning, taking people to work Make people home one. There is if you go with you if you take people's college kids going to and from the barge and 18 area, Yeah. Where's the money? At Philip? Where's the money? Spoke places both places. That's why I'm looking at the cost of the fuel efficiency of a rap because I understand they get around 30 32 35 miles of the count, not stop and go traffic with six people in it. See there. This is where it gets be difficult. Now again. I'm not an uber driver. But in this day and age, I can see why people do this on the side to bring in some extra money. However, when you get upto where I was fortunate to get up to in the car business, you start watching expenses on everything. I would simply chart everything I did for a month. Mark the best hours. Worst hours, my cost of doing business right down to the penny. And then I would extract like that say this is gonna be the best car on average, for my type of business that costs the least amount of money and I can make the most out of what I yield off affair. C s. I don't think it's question for me to answer. I think it's a question for spreadsheet dancer Philip Rephrase the question. What do you think, is the most efficient six masters or car out there? Jim Electric Golf CART. Six passengers. No, No. They have their login Electric Golf Guard center. Actually, nine passengers about 12,000 bucks and he used no gas. However, however, I don't think and keep him on the road long enough before you have to charge him up again. Again. I'd have to think about it, but I don't. I'm not an uber driver, so I don't really know what best hours are or anything else and to make an honest decision there. I'm not making. We're not making a decision based on anything else than the sheer dollars and sense of it. But you say you're you've got a five year old Altman. You've got 400,000 miles on it. It runs like a top. That's not what I'm pointing out. My pointing out is how much Iris allows you to deduct per mile. 58 cents of mine on 400,000 miles and five years. That's right. You shouldn't have paid taxes for the last half half half decade. Well, that if you run it like a business, you could do that. That's why I'm asking because I'm bringing in. I looked at the Toyotas are looking for grabs. The first thing I look at the gas mileage because that is the major expense. And they're not looking, You know, maybe getting a hybrid or maybe one of these electric cars,.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Is real music information. 5 70 Kaela Still sunny outside 78 degrees with 5 70 Kayla After news and information. I'm Jed Dixon. Talking politics at work is never a good idea. That's according to workplace expert Joel Patterson. Most people these days and political ads are not allowed, Patterson says. These days. If you're trying to change someone's mind, it's not going to happen, and sometimes the political feud can end up. Social media. Employees know within sands of something really, even more important what they say in conversation because it doesn't go anywhere, he says. Some people will say it's my right to have an opinion. Well, it's also your employer's bright to fire at the end of the day, he says. You're being paid a salary to do a job and you need to do it. Nicole deal Kayla, left knee's Commenting on the state of the Republican Party in Texas Chairman Alan West says it's doing very well spent the whole weekend down through the Rio Grande Valley. What you Sawed down There was just absolutely phenomenal. Tens of thousands of people were out the trump arrays being on sidewalks and street corners, So I think that you're going to see the real Grand Valley turn into a light shade of red. Former lieutenant Colonel box that talk of a blue wave in Texas, saying Democrats want to turn the state into another version of California, which he says is a failed state news and information. Time is for all four. Let's get a little right now. Traffic Here's Bill Jackson. In Mesquite on 6 35 South founded, Gross rode erect blocks three lanes and it's backed up past town East Boulevard in Dallas on 6 35 westbound on I 35 years stole tractor trailer blocks the right lane but 75 Central North Walnut Hill, an accident has the right lane blocked and south butthole. Two left lanes are blocked by a crash in Fort Worth on, I 35 W North bonded spur to 80. There's an accident on the right shoulder. With Kayla Traffic on.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Shouldn't Cresswell there he founded the Fort Worth chapter of the Global organization told the Fort Worth Star Telegram that among his goals is to focus on where you will get gas and oil and his words following a competitive application process. 43 Fort Worth artists received more than $100,000 in grants. The new Normal Grant initiative is the first of its kind to help local artists amid Cove in 19 1 of the selected winners is going to make some drawings that when they're sold, the money will go straight to the Fort Worth. I think we have another artist who was working on making a film a small, short or documentary about mental health during Kobe, 19 which I think will be very powerful. That is the program director Lauren Child's, he says Any work submitted is meant to reflect the artist's experience during the pandemic Here is really great news. You pulled by Yusa today? Industry experts not just if you know everyday people, people who really know what they're talking about The Fort Worth Zoo Has been named the best zoo in the country. The publication assembled a panel of industry experts who created a list of 20 zoos that Exelon animal care as well. Aziz of animal and Human interactions, people across the country had a vote and ranked the Fort Worth Zoo tops. Ramona Bass, a longtime chairman of the board of directors, said in a press release. Their humbled and thrilled by the honor Kim Lampkin is Kayla knew it really is. An awesome zoo really is and so is the Dallas You were so lucky to have Two world class is zoos in the Metroplex, but the things they've been doing in Fort Worth really remarkable. That's great coming upon KL. I have the latest on the cove in numbers locally and statewide, or Clayton. Neville has all that. But first it's 8 11 Dallas Fort Worth is.

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KLIF 570 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And information. 5 70 k. L I f E skies 82 degrees With K l F News and information. I'm Frida Ross. A summer travel ramps up amid the Corona virus pandemic, thie say, is taking extra precautions to prevent further spread of the virus season stole the plastic shielding at many checkpoints and agents are wearing protected. Gear. They're all wearing a surgical mess. They're all wearing clothes, and some will be wearing face shield. A administrator David Petkovski says more lanes will be open to checkpoints to spread out and speed up the process. Passengers will also be asked to self screen boarding passes instead of handing it to an agent Clayton level of news. Fort Worth business owners can pick up free mask Wednesday from 7 30 until 9 30 Jared Watkins, director of Fort Worth now says city businesses are eligible for up to 250 mask each by presenting a business card even being mandate that businesses require their customers to wear masks while inside their premises were trying to find a way that we can alleviate some of the burden on those businesses. There are eight distribution locations across the city, including several Fort Worth library locations, he says. You don't need to pre register to pick up a mask if you would like to receive breaking news updates, Text K Ally F 267664 It's time now to check traffic here is Michael Scott. We're seeing some slowdowns in Fort Worth South bound on 35 W. Between bass would and north of 20 and also it's going to be sold on the south side of Fort Worth on 35 W. That's because that construction we've got up on both sides of your ultimatum. The life lane blocked On both sides with Kayla right now Traffic Michael Scott. A Heat advisory is in effect until seven o'clock tomorrow night Heat index values They're going to be between 105 in 109 degrees.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fort worth Texas normally he drives an hour each day to get to an office in Dallas but these days he pads over to a guest bedroom at home and fires up his computer you know I'm sitting here wearing shorts and a tee shirt and I've got you know my two cats just running around all all through the house it's it's kind of weird but at the same time it's it's more comfortable and I feel like I'm a lot more relaxed here than I am in the office Sean says he gets at least as much done from home as in the office and that tracks Lister survey showing seventy seven percent of workers say they're fully productive at home and managers are largely satisfied with their work performance now the copycats more than half of working Americans can't do their jobs remotely at all before we get giddy thinking that work from home as a cure all it's worth listening to Judy Olson I've been studying distance work for about thirty years now also has a professor at the university of California Irvine she says there are significant downsides to remote work collaboration with colleagues often suffers you can feel lonely and isolated the hardest thing for somebody to deal with long distance are silent and it's easy to feel like you've disappeared from the action the casual chats and the important decisions basically blind and invisible so you have to take all kinds of extra effort to make sure that you coordinate well with the people that you're working with oh and one other thing Olson says it's important have a good share if you're working from home you don't want to throw after back re Berliner and pureness the coronavirus has up ended access to health care online only consultations close pharmacies having to wonder whether going into an office is safe and it's presented particular challenges for women and reproductive health a third of women in a new survey say they struggle to get birth control during this pandemic and many said that the crisis is causing them to rethink their plans to have children the survey out Wednesday is from the Guttmacher institute a research group that advocates for reproductive rights NPR's Sarah McCammon spoke with the study's lead researcher Laura Lindberg so first of all why did you want to conduct the study and you take us back to early in the pandemic when you began asking women these questions was there something you were saying that tipped you off that there might be a problem yes so we were already planning to survey women about their contraceptive use we had up study scheduled to start in late March and in mid March when we looked around we thought we can't possibly talk to women about their contraceptive experiences right now with out taking their the pandemic into account and what did you hear from what we heard from them very clearly was that due to the code nineteen pandemic far fewer women want to get pregnant and at the same time contraception is harder for them to get in those two opposing forces mean that people are going to have a harder time delaying pregnancies during the crisis even as more people say they don't want to get pregnant right now right your survey found that about a third of women were struggling to get birth control during the pandemic those numbers were more pronounced for women of color so twenty nine percent of white women reported challenges compared to thirty eight percent of black women and forty five percent of Latinos what's the disparity about S. nineteen pandemic has really compounded existing racial inequities in reproductive care black and Hispanic women were more likely to face delays or were unable to get contraception or other compared other care than were white women this is what health care inequities looks like in action at the same time we should remember that there are also racial and economic inequities through who gets to work from home who risks losing theirs job whose job isn't going to come back immediately even when the stay at home orders are lifted yeah and the covert nineteen pandemic has highlighted these existing racial disparities that you describe is this is what we're seeing in terms of access to contraception is it different or worse than before the pandemic yes I think it's certainly worse than before the pandemic a couple of things are going on so one is cost if you've lost your job right now you may have lost your health insurance and that limits the kind of providers you can go to our access transportation childcare physically leaving your home are all more difficult right now that's for individuals for the health care provider side we know the clinics and pharmacies and healthcare providers have been closed or haven't been providing as much care because of code nineteen it's harder to get contraceptive care right now than ever before what is the upshot of this fewer fewer children in the next year we heard about the possibility of a baby boom for the pandemic can you make any predictions based on what you're seeing in the data usually I'm not willing to do a crystal ball prediction but in this case I think it's pretty clear we're going to have the baby bust not a baby boom women are clearly expressing a desire to have to delay childbearing right now and although we're only in the first few months of this pandemic as more time passes I think the fuller effects are still gonna unfold and that's going to be a decline in fertility so decline in fertility despite the difficulty getting access to contraception over overall they'll be a decline in fertility but we need to be concerned about individual women who can't get the contraception they need to achieve their own fertility girls Laura Lindberg is a research scientist at the Guttmacher institute thank you so much thank you.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Both directions. And at Fort Worth on I twenty once bounded Crowley road. There's an accident with delays from him peel with KLIF traffic on the fives. I Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton. Looks like we have some pretty quiet weather here. Most of this week sunny and eighty two for the high this afternoon low near sixty three tonight with light, South Wales. We'll continue mostly sunny with high eighty three tomorrow eighty five on Wednesday, breezy and still warmer upper eighties on Thursday and Friday, but our weekend could be a little on the wet side. I'm meteorologist Brad Borden right now, we have sunny skies, sixty three degrees. KLIF news time is eight sixteen. The latest news. We've comments in watch our Facebook live videos, just like us on Facebook at five seventy KLIF. This is real news and information five seventy KLIF. View of Bush. Bush. The neck. That was one of the songs that my mom used to saying around the house when I was a child, and what she was doing her housework. She she was always singing and Doris day was one of her favorites. And they used to hear that and case and all of that. Days died at the age of ninety seven she made some. Yes. She was and everyone loved her. Yeah. Started out as a big big band singer all the way back in nineteen thirty nine. A lot of big hit records movies actress. Yes, she was a good actress too. For five Academy Awards played in those those funny loving touching sixties movies. That were all just, you know, just made you feel good. She just had a birthday too. Yeah. We were talking about third. Thousand four she was awarded the presidential medal of freedom by George W Bush, so she's gone, but what a wonderful life shop -solutely. You know? Tonight. Betty white. Just had another birthday. She's about ninety seven ninety nine believe is what I think. So, but I'm wrong about that. Maybe we'll look that up. We're gonna get into one of those topics that we don't get too often. It's seven. Oh, okay. It's right up there with Amy's eternal question. How do you know, you're you actually helped me a little bit with that? Yes. I I am. I consider myself.

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"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In Fort Worth on I twenty eastbound approaching Brian Irvine road right lanes blocked by an accident. So it's stop and go from three seventy seven with KLIF traffic on the fives. I'm Bill Jackson. I'm meteorologist Brad Barton's. We are between storm systems for now. Mostly sunny and eighty eight today low near sixty five tonight now northern plains storm system will make it very windy here out of south tomorrow, high near ninety south winds twenty thirty five and gusty tomorrow, then breezy and cooler with highs in the sixties and seventies for the last half of the week. And a new chance of rain and thunderstorms by Saturday KLIF AP meteorologist Brad sunny skies, sixty five in Dallas, sixty two in Fort Worth eight forty seven. Join union gospel mission Dallas in celebrating seventy years of providing thousands of homeless men women children seniors and veterans a warm place to sleep food, clothing and most important love and respect. You GM Dallas offers programs that give hope to the homeless one way they fund the programs selling donated vehicles and furniture. If you've got a car, truck camper or some gently loved furniture, please donate. Call two four two eight zero five to one oh to schedule a pickup. Your tax deductible donation is appreciated. Visit you GM Dallas dot org for details. They are able to provide the services through donations from their community supports like you. Please. Make your tax deductible donation at UGA, Dallas dot org. You GM Dallas assists over forty three hundred homeless individuals annually helped them to transform lives and end homelessness one person at a time. Visit you GM Dallas dot org and follow them on social media. And God bless you. And your family. The largest multifamily bus four in the country is coming to Houston. Friday, April twenty six joined delve Walmsley national radio host CEO and founder of lifestyles unlimited and his team of investors. Realtors and expert educator ride your way to triple digit returns to multifamily masters toward dot com. One on one access to industry experts realtors lenders property and asset managers and owners national real estate's indicators in trade professionals if the only plus ticket worth millions at multifamily masters four dot com, and as a bonus masters.

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KLIF 570 AM

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Twenty four in Fort Worth news time is eight oh six the mayor of southlake reacting to news of a second video containing racial slurs posted to social media bias southlake Carolina's D student. Mayor Lauren hill says the community continues efforts to improve a rhetoric. She believes extends beyond selfless. We're going to get the people that are going to beat up on us and try to make this a socioeconomic issue. But it is a it's an issue for every family and every home in our country. In the social media post ever own that entitled kids can come from homes was smaller large incomes, and that parents have a responsibility to instill in their kids. What's right, and what's wrong? So the Frisco has launched a new interactive crime map that residents can take a look at to see what kinds of crime has been recently committed in the neighborhood map is through the Frisco police department's website, they updated nightly and it shows into the into dating back. Thirty days department says the goal is to be transparent and better informed. People in Frisco, so they can help reduce crime down the road map breaks, the crimes into categories with various icons and tells you which block the block where it happened, but not the specific address the plano police. Crime prevention unit is serving up some weekly safety minutes when it comes to your personal property plano officer crispy NSF someone displays a deadly weapon and demand your property surrender property immediately in a Twitter post to recalled how an Uber driver was killed for refusing. To hand over his wallet. A wallet contained seven dollars. I don't care if that wallet had ten thousand dollars. There is no amount of money nor property worth dying over the department tweets about a different topic. Each week, Kim, lampkin KLIF news. Kenny police have arrested a suspected porch pirate. Fifty year old McKinney. Resident Anne Marie rule is charged with theft after being caught on a homeowner is a security camera taking packages from a front porch on December nineteenth she's accused of stealing more than four hundred dollars worth of items in GRANDE prairie police say they're finding clues in the search for missing couple in Garcia and Alphonso. Hernandez were last seen by their family around five Tuesday morning police departments. Mark Posadas says a big part of the search was found yesterday in Dallas issued an alert to the surrounding agencies. Look out for big ethical goal was later found Dallas near white rock lake. They locate. Although the male or female an arrest warrant for Hernandez was issued a couple of weeks ago because of insult against what's lint, plano, mayor Harry, Laura air says residents are getting what they're paying for when it comes to property taxes in his annual state of the city speech, he pointed to adding school resource officers after a string of school shootings nationwide. As proof the tax taxpayer money is going to good use the safety of our kids is after the number of shootings that we saw in the schools. The concern was real, and we just made it happen. And that's what we do. The mayor also says the city is continuing to look at improving traffic by widening roads, and creating pick up and drop off points for rideshare companies to decrease plano's carbon footprint and industrial tools manufacturing company bringing over three hundred new jobs to Denton county Stanley black and decker opening a distribution center in Northlake Hill-Wood real estate developer. Tony cream says it's a great location because of its access to thirty five in one fourteen and it's. Close to Fort Worth alliance airport, then it was a two thousand acre airport Saturday development, and it's grown into a twenty six thousand acre mixed use master planned community. We've had an economic impact of almost eighty billion dollars in the region and created over sixty thousand jobs and attracted over five hundred world-class companies center is opening up this month a football legend from the sooner state will soon make his home in North Texas. Bob stoops announced yesterday at globe life park as I head coach and general manager of the Dallas XFL franchise apparently still doesn't have a name stoop says the idea of moving to North Texas grew on I thought now that probably wouldn't be for me. But then the more I started analyze it. And look at it and Oliver's calling and visiting with my wife, Carol who's here through our discussions as a family started to think this may really fit us correctly stoops went on to say that he likes the energy from the DFW areas football crazy fans, the XFL's. Turn not scheduled until twenty twenty KLIF news time is coming up on eight eleven coming up next. One guy's opinion. Frank sweet tech.

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"fort worth" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The table is that very. It is popular here on certain restaurants in the area and make a big effort. She is local producers, and it's usually on the menu. That tells me where it came from which is exciting. What is the next chapter after snacks and starters. After that, we get into an salads. Give us an idea of what we got for the heat. I don't know how hot it is in Fort Worth today. But even Colorado's got a share of hogwash. Where in the triple digit triple. Oh my goodness. Well, a little bit behind soups, and Sal, what would be appropriate for doing this heatwave. Do you have a cold soup? We well, we have a safe that can go either way that savory save with basil, and lemon zest actually comes from a local restaurant called l'herbe fine foods, and it's a pureed these teeny that can be served cold or hot and a delicious either way today, I would serve it called. And when it gets to be fall and winter recommend. The tortilla at has. I knew smoked tomatoes and chilies, and it stopped tortilla strips that get soft in the and then make it that much more hardy, and that's wonderful and ladder. Great photography. I'm looking at and people should get the book called meatless.

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"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fort worth" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Special announcement Fort Worth mayor Betsy prices, formerly announcing that she'll be seeking a fifty two year term at an east Fort Worth business association meeting tomorrow afternoon. This will take place at the meadow brook United Methodist Church from eleven thirty AM to one price has been the Fort Worth mayor since two thousand eleven if reelected she would become the longest serving mayor in Fort Worth. History cat, Zaire WBZ news. He's taken to a guest editorial in the Washington Post and the airwaves making clear his dislike a President Trump style. And that coming the day before Mitt Romney is sworn in as the new Senator from Utah. There are differences Mitt Romney a failed never Trump campaign and attempts to make nice Mitt Romney having dinner with president-elect. Donald Trump are legendary for the two thousand sixteen contest now, incoming Senator from Utah Romney laying out differences with President Trump the Charlottesville response by the president was something that gave me great concern the support for ROY Moore in the Senate race was something I was very very concerned about his attack on the media. I've laid out time and again places where I disagree with the president for his part, the president only so surprised I wish it could be more of a team player that was expecting something. But I was surprised he did it this quickly. Bob Costantini, Washington again, expect to see more rain just after midnight this evening right now. Cloudy, thirty four degrees in downtown Dallas from the WB AP news desk. I'm Valencia king. Your next update at eleven thirty twenty four seven news coverage at WBZ dot com..

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