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Fresh update on "galveston" discussed on ABC News Perspective
"It official. Juneteenth is now a federal holiday. We showed the nation that we can come together as Democrats and Republicans. To commemorate This day with an overwhelming bipartisan support of the Congress. I hope this is the beginning of a change and the way we deal with one of them. It was only last year when ABC is Kenneth Martin describe to us what Juneteenth is the day in 18 65 on June 19th when the last of the country's former slaves in Galveston, Texas. Found out they were free. So that's why, um, is widely considered to be the Emancipation Day for Americans. Yes, the 13th amendment, the Civil War and the winning, You know, obviously, by union troops here, Yes, People feel like those were important steps. But it was that day that people really feel like every slave in this country found out and knew at that moment that they were free people in honor of the new holiday, ABC News is releasing a soul of the nation's special event. Juneteenth Together, we triumph. There are stories of resilience and celebration and observation of the holiday and.
The Story of Juneteenth, the New Federal Holiday
"Teen also known as freedom day jubilee and manned station day is now a formal holiday nationwide celebrating. The emancipation of people formerly enslaved in the united states the hundred and fifty five year old originated in galveston texas but is now annually celebrated on june nineteenth across the country with at last official recognition. It commemorates the anniversary of june nineteenth in eighteen sixty five in texas. When union army general. Gordon granger arrived accompanied by two thousand union troops to proclaim freedom from slavery. Now this was well over two years. After abraham lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation and it was over two months after robert e lee formally surrendered to general ulysses s grant at apple. Mathematics lincoln himself had been assassinated some months earlier in april eighteen. Sixty five enforcement of the proclamation and the news generally depended on the advance of union troops. Texas was the most remote of the states where enslavement was still practised and planters and other slaveholders had migrated there from eastern states to escape the civil war fighting and they brought with them many enslaved people increasing the slave population exponentially so much so that in the state by eighteen sixty five. There were an estimated two hundred and fifty thousand enslaved persons in texas. Furthermore texas had a low presence of union troops as the civil war ended so enforcement there was slow and inconsistent
Fresh update on "galveston" discussed on On Being
"Week to Lily to interview Alex L. She opens up self care as community care as generational healing for a new generation. She is revivifying the meaning of meeting one's inner child. So our adult self and our younger self are still us. It doesn't matter how old we are today. We still need that. Love and care and Inner peace and these tools to help us move through the world. This world is stressful. I'm Krista Tippett and this is on being stay with us. Live from NPR news. I'm jail. Snyder. The Juneteenth holiday is being marked across the country this weekend after Congress and President Biden created the new federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates a day when Union soldiers brought news of freedom to enslave people in Galveston, Texas. Celebrations included parades and picnics in at a Juneteenth event in New York City, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said. The stain of slavery is still with us. We all know That slavery officially ended in 18 65. But we also all know that in many ways slavery is still with us and we have to fight it every day. And Milwaukee, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson stopped a news conference after hecklers criticized his appearance at Juneteenth festivities. Tacuarembo member station W. W M reports Last year, Johnson blocked efforts in the Senate to declare Juneteenth Day of federal holiday. But a few days ago, he announced he was dropping his opposition and the measure passed. While he was meeting with Milwaukee reporters in the middle of the Juneteenth gathering. Some in the crowd started booing. Johnson protester Brandon Wilborn later questioned Johnson's sincerity about the holiday. So how do you show up to something that you really don't support? Johnson's security detail, and local police escorted the lawmaker to another part of the Juneteenth festivities. For NPR news. I'm Chuck quarterback in Milwaukee. You know officials in Arizona, blaming the extreme heat that's making the Southwest for the spread of a wildfire near the mountain towns of Strawberry and Pine, northeast of Phoenix. The pyre has grown to more than 17,000 acres and has forced evacuations. Olivia Schiffer lives in the area. My neighbor called me through the Valley, and he says, Hey,.
Juneteenth Becomes a National Holiday
"June 19th is now officially of federal holiday. You're gonna see me dancing in the street. I tell you, I'm so happy. I don't know what to do. That's 94 year old Opal Lee affectionately referred to as the grandmother of Juneteenth. She's pushed for the day to become a national holiday for years, and now it is at a White House signing ceremony, Li described a momentous day of June 19th. 18 65 General Gordon Granger, um, made his way. To Galveston, with some 7000 colored troops they were from Illinois was in New York, and he had and Red General Order number three. That said that all the slaves were free for slaves in Texas. The news that they were free came 2.5 years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation and two months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at a town called Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia in signing the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, President Biden said the importance of this day must never be forgotten by making Juneteenth a federal holiday. All Americans can feel the power of this day and learn from our history. Celebrate progress and grapple. The distance. We come With additions we have to travel because, says the president, this is not just a day of remembrance and reckoning. It's a time to repair racial divisions. This is his day profound in my view, profound weight and profound power. Day in which remember The moral stain the terrible toll. Slavery took on the country. And continues to take its also a day, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for
Fresh update on "galveston" discussed on Latino USA
"And the best parts are the struggle because that's how you see how tough everyone is. That's how you see how much people care about each other in this community. That's what I witnessed what I see in any immigrants. Also on our show, whose photo a group of Ecuadorian In Ecuador. We form it looks system the streets. Although photography realities that we want to show everyone all this coming up on Latino USA, Maria Rosa, stay with us. Not ever. Yes. Live from NPR news. I'm jail. Snyder. The Juneteenth holiday is being marked across the country this weekend after Congress and President Biden created the new federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the day when Union soldiers brought news of freedom to enslave people in Galveston, Texas. Celebrations included parades and picnics and at a Juneteenth event in New York City, said a majority leader Chuck Schumer said, the stain of slavery is still with us. We all know That slavery officially ended in 18 65. But we also all know that in many ways slavery is still with us, and we have to fight it every day. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson stopped a news conference after hecklers criticized his appearance and Juneteenth festivities. Talk war Umbach of member station W. W M reports Last year, Johnson blocked efforts in the Senate to declare Juneteenth Day of federal holiday. But a few days ago, he announced he was dropping his opposition and the measure passed while he was meeting with Milwaukee. Reporters in the middle of the Juneteenth gathering, some in the crowd started booing. Johnson protester Brandon Wilborn later questioned Johnson sincerity about the holiday. So how you show up to something that you really don't support Johnson Security detail and local police escorted the lawmaker to another part of the Juneteenth festivities for NPR news. I'm Chuck quarterback in Milwaukee officials in Arizona, blaming the extreme heat that's making the Southwest for the spread of a wildfire near the mountain towns of Strawberry and Pine, northeast of Phoenix. Fire is going to more than 17,000 acres and has forced evacuations. Olivia Schiffer lives in the area. My neighbor called me from the.
President Biden, Galveston And Texas discussed on AP News Radio
"The nation has a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery June nineteenth eighteen sixty five the day known as Juneteenth when sleeves in Galveston Texas learned they were free president Biden has signed into law a bill making get the twelfth federal holiday this is Dave profound in my view profound weight and profound power a day the nation remembers when he calls the moral stain of slavery and its capacity to heal it's the first new federal holidays since Martin Luther king junior day was created nearly four decades ago Sager
Fresh update on "galveston" discussed on The Splendid Table
"Brought news of freedom to enslave people in Galveston, Texas. Celebrations included parades and picnics and at a Juneteenth event in New York City. So the majority leader Chuck Schumer said, the stain of slavery is still with us. We all know That slavery officially ended in 18 65. But we also all know that in many ways slavery is still with us, and we have to fight it every day. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson stopped a news conference after hecklers criticized his appearance and Juneteenth festivities. Talk war Umbach of member station W. W M reports Last year, Johnson blocked efforts in the Senate to declare Juneteenth Day of federal holiday. But a few days ago, he announced he was dropping his opposition and the measure passed while he was meeting with Milwaukee. Reporters in the middle of the Juneteenth gathering, some in the crowd started booing Johnson. Protester Brandon Wilborn later questioned Johnson sincerity about the holiday. So how you show up to something that you really don't support Johnson Security detail and local police escorted the lawmaker to another part of the Juneteenth festivities. For NPR News. I'm Chuck Kurtenbach in Milwaukee, You know, officials in Arizona, blaming the extreme heat that's making the Southwest for the spread of a wildfire near the mountain towns of Strawberry and Pine, northeast of Phoenix. The fire's going to more than 17,000 acres and has forced evacuations. Olivia Schiffer lives in the area. My.
14 House Republicans Voted Against Juneteenth Holiday
"The are four hundred and fifteen and the nays are fourteen. The bill is fast texas congresswoman sheila jackson-lee announcing the passage tonight in the house of legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday congresswoman sheila jackson-lee sponsored the legislation to make juneteenth a federal holiday. She also sponsored legislation to create what they call a national emancipation trail to trace. The news of the emancipation proclamation. The news of the freeing of the slaves to galveston texas. It took more than two years after the emancipation. Proclamation was signed by president lincoln for the news to reach galveston on june nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five once. President biden signs. This bill that has now passed the senate and the house. June nineteenth every year will be celebrated as the juneteenth federal holiday honoring the end of slavery in the united states and like i said it was unanimous. Vote in the senate. It was an overwhelming vote in the house but not a unanimous one there were fourteen republicans who voted against it Fourteen conservative republican white. Guys all voted that we should not commemorate the end of slavery in the united states. Which is kind of vote that will stick to their shoe forever and smell up any room. They ever walk into for the rest of their lives. Forgive me for saying so. But it's worth it's worth noting that they were a rump minority. Yes there were. Fourteen republican men who voted no but there were a hundred and ninety five republican men and women who voted yes for the holiday along with every single democrat in the united states house and every single united states senator from both parties
Congress Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday
"The nation will soon have a new federal holiday now that both chambers of Congress have passed legislation to commemorate the end of slavery on June nineteenth the house voted overwhelmingly four hundred fifteen to fourteen to make Juneteenth the new federal holiday some Republicans opposed the legislation including Montana congressman Matt Rosendale who called it an effort to celebrate quote identity politics Juneteenth commemorates when the last in sleeved Americans learned they were free June nineteenth eighteen sixty five in Galveston Texas Juneteenth will be the twelfth federal holiday the last one designated was Martin Luther king day in nineteen eighty three Jackie Quinn Washington
Senate Approves Bill to Make Juneteenth a Federal Holiday
"The Senate passed a bill to make June nineteenth the new federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates June nineteenth eighteen sixty five when union soldiers went to Galveston Texas to tell the very last in slave to African Americans they were free two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says making Juneteenth the federal holiday is a major step forward to recognize the wrongs of the past but he says more must be done to ensure equal justice one lawmaker who had questioned the cost of another paid holiday removed his objection if the house votes yes which is expected Juneteenth would become the twelfth the federal holiday observed Jackie Quinn Washington
Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom
"Many people think slavery ended on the day. Abraham lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation in january eighteen. Sixty three but it actually took more than two and a half years for it to become official throughout all of the confederate states. Our correspondent pamela. Kirkland calls up. He's a museum specialists in oral history at the national museum of african american history and culture in washington. Dc to explain a bit more about the history of the holiday. We'll just start with what is juneteenth. June taint juneteenth this great day that is celebrated because on june nineteen eighteen. Sixty five general. Gordon granger arrived in galveston texas with order numbers sri announcing that the enslaved were now free this is important because although the emancipation proclamation had been signed in eighteen sixty three it had a little to no impact almost of the enslaved throughout the south. Because if there weren't union soldiers there to enforce it it literally. Nothing in did not change of your life if you were enslaved human being in texas. Which was the westernmost state. There was very little union presence throughout the war so it was as if nothing had happened in fact there were slave owners. He moved west to continue. The practice of slavery moved to texas for that purpose so this day this was a big day. He arrived with almost two thousand troops. Some of whom were united states colored troops and they enforced this order. What what kind of the history. Of june teeth in the legacy. It's only recently really bad. It's become more widely known. Yes i well. It started in texas so immediately a year. After this announcement they have the first juneteenth In texas in houston. The african americans their a saved up. Money and bought land is specifically for this purpose that became emancipation park and it was practiced throughout texas In also places like oklahoma is started to slowly spread with the great migration in which you see different ways so it was celebrated through the turn of the century than it waned a little. Then you see it's coming back after the after world war two then. There was another big boost after the civil rights era after the sixties. What are some of the exhibits that highlight juneteenth And demands pation. We have an entire gallery devoted to slavery and freedom so there you will find of of many artifacts relating to we have the actual copy of Mation for example we have of many artifacts related to the underground railroad movement. Things that belong to harriet tubman such as show in our
State Bar Investigating Texas Attorney General
"The state bar of Texas is investigating whether state Attorney General Ken Paxton engaged in professional misconduct surrounding efforts to overturn the November presidential election in December after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton petitioned the US Supreme Court to block Joe Biden's victory in four other states the head of the Galveston island Democrats filed a complaint with the Bar Association calling Paxton's challenge frivolous and on ethical Kevin Moran shared his complaint with the Associated Press along with letters confirming the investigation initially the bar declined to investigate but a tribunal overturned that decision last month it's another setback for Paxton already facing a previous criminal case an FBI investigation and a Republican primary opponent ready to pounce on those controversies I'm Jackie Quinn
Carnival Sets Dates for Restart, Says Guests Must Be Vaccinated
"Cruise Lines, confirming today in a news release that it plans to restart operations with July 3rd in July 15th sailings. Out of Port Galveston. For Carnival visiting Carvel Breeze. This is to quote the folks from Carnival. These cruises are available for guests who have received their final dose. Of a CDC approved covid 19 vaccine. At least 14 days prior to the beginning of the cruise and a proof of vaccination. The policy, they say is congrats with CDC guidelines. Companies say cruising with on back say, guess would hinder staff. From providing the usual vacation experience. Saying. We appreciate the progress and support of our US restart from the C D. C in other key federal agencies, however, the current CDC requirements for cruising with a guest Base that is unvaccinated would make it very difficult to deliver the experience Our guests expect, especially given the large number of families with younger Children who sell with us. That's according to Carnival Cruise Line President Christine Duffy. As a result, our alternative is operator ships from the US during the month of July with Max in a guess. Carnival rise and also expect to return to service of the port of Miami in July. Carnival working with the CDC and Florida officials on protocols specific to those sailings, according to that release. Carnival's president, noting the strong support Florida Governor Ron de Santis in Texas Governor Greg Abbott for making vaccines available to cruise line employees, which he credited for speeding up the restart.
Cruise Ships Set to Sail Again After Pandemic Shutdown
"Began. Galveston is getting ready for the cruise ships to resume service. Soon. After getting approval from the CDC Friday to open up Carnival, Cruise says they're gonna be running simulated cruises out of Galveston and coming weeks to get the crews into
Texas Files to Join Florida Lawsuit Against CDC Over Cruise Order
"The state of texas has joined florida in alaska and a lawsuit against the cdc with the goal of allowing cruises to resume the state said that the agencies no sale order and conditional sailing order have cost the state one point two billion dollars in direct spending and twenty three thousand people to lose their job the filing came just one day after the port of galveston hosted a rally in support of the cruise resumption with guests including carnival cruise lines president christine duffy
Hawaii Close to Honoring Juneteenth, Leaving One State Holdout
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Hawaii is close to wandering Juneteenth the whole white house and Senate have passed legislation designating June nineteenth as a day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States if Y. governor David Egan he signs the bill Hawaii would become the forty ninth state to recognize Juneteenth that would leave South Dakota as the only state that doesn't recognize the day is either a state holiday or a day of observance although the Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves in the south in eighteen sixty three it wasn't enforced in many places until after the end of the civil war two years later it was on June nineteenth the last in slave black people learned of the confederacy surrender when union soldiers reached the Galveston Texas hi Mike Rossio
Sen. John Cornyn tours Houston facility for unaccompanied minors
"John Cornyn is saying terrible things about Houston area facility that's temporarily housing migrant Children yesterday, the Texas Republican toward the undisclosed location run by the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston, Houston, and visited with kids from Honduras and Guatemala who were being tutored. He says the site is better managed, then the migrant facility he recently visited in Donna, Texas, at that site, Thous. Sins of kids are packed into rooms intended to hold a few 100
Police: Man refuses mask, stabs worker at Texas restaurant
"Authorities in Texas are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed a restaurant manager trying to enforce the restaurant's policy on wearing face coverings police of league city Texas just southeast of Houston say fifty three year old James Schultz is wanted in connection with the stabbing at a Jack in the box late Wednesday night he's accused of refusing to wear a mask at the restaurant and then stabbing the shift manager with what was believed to be a pocket knife police say the manager had three stab wounds and was taken to the hospital last week Texas governor Greg Abbott lifted statewide orders requiring people to wear face masks in public many businesses have cut their own mask rules in place on Wednesday an Oregon woman was arrested in Texas city on a warrant out of Galveston after she refused to wear a mask and a bank of America branch to re write was arrested after she entered the office depot in Texas city and refused to wear a mask there as well I'm Jennifer king
Woman refuses to wear mask in Texas gets arrested, again
"And resisting arrest for not wearing a mask and a bank is under arrest again takes the city police say. Terry right, refused to wear a face covering yesterday instead of an office depot and wouldn't leave, forcing her to be taken into custody. She was originally arrested last week after refusing to mask up or leave a Bank of America branch in Galveston. Texas attorney general Ken
Arrest Warrant Issued After Woman Refuses Mask at Texas Bank
"For a woman who refused to wear a face mask at a bank in Galveston, Texas. The incident caught on an officer's body camera at the Bank of America. Woman from Oregon faces charges of resisting arrest and criminal trespassing. Today. It was last Wednesday, The Texas governor Greg Abbott, ended statewide orders requiring people to wear face masks in public. But many businesses and cities and towns have kept their own mask rules in place. One year into the
Woman Arrested For Resisting, Trespass After Not Wearing Mask Inside Texas Bank South of Houston
"A woman arrested in Texas after a confrontation stemming from Refusal to wear a mask inside of bank having Thursday to Bank of America in Galveston 65. Year old Terry right, wouldn't leave despite the bank's mask requirement, right, says she That the bank employees told her was that you'll have to leave and I said no. I just want to close my account and then our late police arrived and she was arrested for criminal trespass and resisting arrest. During the incident, she called other bank patrons a Group of sheep right, admits she was told she needed a mask upon entry.
Woman refused to wear mask at Houston area bank, resisted officer when asked to leave
"Arrest a woman at a local bank for refusing to wear a mask. 65 year old Terry Wright was taken to the ground by a police officer at a Galveston Bank of America. And arrested for criminal trespass and resisting arrest. Right last out of customers when they wouldn't come to her aid, calling them Ah bunch of sheep. Legal expert Steve Shell List says they weren't private businesses have the right to set out whatever things they want within limitations, as long as they're not discriminating. On require their customers to comply. And now to Europe, where a
"galveston" Discussed on Houston Matters
"In Galveston Bay. So water-quality answers the question of is the water safe to support wildlife, fish crabs, invertebrates, and mammals that live in Galveston Bay and also in the rivers and. So we look at nitrogen phosphorus and dissolved oxygen and nitrogen and phosphorus largely come from the land through our rivers and values, and then up and up in Galveston Bay, and so even though the average grade for phosphorus rivers and biases. See in the Bay received an eight this year, which means there were fewer. Samples that exceeded the state screening levels and that means that is good news for aquatic life in Galveston Bay? Bob. What can we all do to help maintain the high water quality in the Bay So one little program we have it's called a rain barrel program. We work with homeowners to have them put rain barrels on their gutter system and to catch rainwater when it flows after big storm and than having that water flow off their property and potentially take pollutants and contaminants with it they can conserve it and then they can use that water to actually wanted gardens water their plants. So it's really a double benefit there you're conserving water, but also preventing that runoff, which can add to the pollutants that come into Galveston Bay. This is Houston matters I'm Craig Cohen We're discussing the twenty twenty Galveston Bay report card just out this morning evaluating the state of Galveston Bay. My guests are Bob stokes president of the Galveston Bay Foundation in Dr Aaron, Kenny Research Scientist at Hark the Houston Advanced Research Center. Two categories down four to go. Let's look at Habitat next Dr Kenny at a d the last two years is it three years in a row? If years in a row for Habitat. And that's not too surprising because this is a big one to lift. There is so much habitat in the Galveston Bay system including watershed that we need to conserve and protect, and so we look at salt water wetlands, freshwater wetlands, underwater grasses, and. and. What's exciting this year is that even though the grades haven't changed, we actually had new data. So are wetland data used to go through a twenty ten? Just, released their two thousand sixteen wetland data. So we since the great saves the day the same that means we didn't have any significant losses in wetlands twenty, one, twenty sixteen, which is good news and that's a very important mission that she is part of in conservation and also restoration but we also have some news on always therese Texas Parks and wildlife has been working really hard to map the reefs in Galveston Day as an effort that's been going on since. Ike. And they have just released some preliminary data. It has not been completely ground truth, but they gave us permission to share it on a map form on the website Gal Grade Dot Org so that folks can take a look and see where the potential oyster habitat is in the bay and it looks like we haven't lost as much as we thought, we did during Ike and Harvey, and those other. The many many challenges at the Bay has faced from storms, droughts, floods. So we're encouraged by that and we're looking forward to the full data set from Texas Parks and wildlife. Bob Anything you'd like to add about the Galveston bay foundation's role and wetland and oyster reef. Protection projects. Yeah..
"galveston" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Of Galveston, just west of Morgan City. Another big day on Wall Street, the Dow gained 378 points the S and P up 1% continuing its record run. You're listening to ABC News. Our top story Oregon is applying for the program. President Trump Approach to get people on unemployment and X for $300 a week. The money comes from FEMA. Oregon Employment Department acting director David Gerston, Feld says it's not a long term program. They give stage three weeks worth of benefits initially. And after that they pay out benefits one week at a time until the available funds were exhausted. The extra payments are expected to cover five weeks before the money runs out. The employment of private is still working out details on when to distribute the money. The Red Cross Cascades Reagent is sending 10 volunteers to California to help with the shelters for fire evacuees. Red Cross volunteer Darryl Fuller says with covert 19 they want to use hotels first. We're putting as many people as we planned up in hotels. In California. The need is too great. There aren't enough hotel rooms. Shelters have been set up for evacuees, but with social distancing requirements they're limited on the number of people they can support. Meals cannot be buffet style for the grab and go and that takes more time to prepare. 10 volunteers will remain in Oregon working remotely to handle crisis, counseling and coordination for the shelters. Two people were wounded last night by a shooting that happened during a street racing event Important ST Johns neighborhood. The shooting happened here North Ramsey and Lombard. One man was shot in the leg. Details have not been released about the other victim who was hospitalized. Police don't have any information about a suspect. Hundreds of people were in the area when the shooting happened in police for asking witnesses to contact them Prime it wants to be ready for increasing demand from writers When the pandemic hit. They reduced bus service by 20% crime. It's a York says. Starting next week, more buses will hit the road. Simon will add regular Leech Day service back on 20 bus lines. That'll be 420 extra trips. It'll bring prime meant and 90% of normal capacity. Writers should check their schedules for changes starting on Monday. I'm brand Ford.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"Two oh one our top story Galveston county reports its second presumptive case of corona virus a man between forty five and fifty with no history of travel or knowingly coming into contact with someone who has the virus judge Mark Henry urged businesses to take precautions but stopped short of ordering bars and restaurants to shut down dine in service we would ask them to start thinking about the future and think about yes the there is more spread how they would continue to serve their customers by doing things such as dining out options and delivery options as well judge Henry says he's not sure whether his office has the authority to order the restaurants to close their dine in service as Harris County has says the main focus now is on nursing homes and getting them to follow CDC guidelines Houston's disaster declaration for cove it nineteen is extended and that extension is indefinite following the city council's vote this morning with only council member Greg Travis voting against it mayor Sylvester Turner says time is of the essence if we do not contain and mitigate and slow this our health care delivery system will be over wham and cannot do cannot cannot take care of people the mayor saying that you virus testing sites in Houston and two more in Harris County will likely open tomorrow with more coming afterwards cliff Saunders newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. all schools in the Houston ISD and other Houston area districts will be closed at least through April tenth because of the virus scare cy fair Katy fort bend and all dean all among the three dozen local districts it'll be shut down until that date Tomball spring branch pair land in Pasadena are also on that list K. series to sign two oh three the president says the administration is doing a great job in unchartered territory we've ordered massive numbers of ventilators we have by any normal standards we have a lot of respirators met ventilators we have tremendous amounts of equipment but compared to what we're talking about here this is never been done before trump administration is hoping to get money into Americans bank accounts in the next two weeks the White House has announced plans for eight hundred fifty billion dollars in stimulus a Stanford University psychologist says technology will help us feel connected during the social distancing needed to combat the crisis Dr Jamil Zaki says Gobi or go beyond video chatting try watching a TV show or a movie over Skype and Facebook or set up a camera at the dinner table if you do need to go out he says trains and buses actually provide good social distancing for travel right now most of us will be not using those services which will allow them to be more sparsely populated Astros ace Justin Verlander underwent a surgical procedure on his right groin today an Astros GM James click says for a lender is expected to be out for about six weeks and baseball expected to delay the start of the season for eight weeks news on demand to cater arrayed start come our next update at two thirty breaking information as it happens and now the Sean Hannity show I'm struggling Houston's news.
"galveston" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
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I've seen to be the only female it'll Bijan physician who is created a program for women at my age. That's just stay there and I talked to those people on that seems to work. I mean when when when I talked to our marketing alliance. I'm like every single woman between the age of thirty eight and sixty four. And what have you learned in the science science. I mean it's because I'm very curious certainly i. I'm right in that space. And what have you learned that That is different that certainly you see this through different is I mean after it certainly after your own experiences but what have you learned in all the research. I've learned that we. We are not focusing on nutrition that physicians and medical practitioners are trained to fix things that are Bergen. And there's there's nothing wrong with that you know. That is a very important part of medicine. But it's you know learning how together pill or therapy for something that's already broken. Why has shocks auctioned in the scientists is at least in this country? There is so little research and information that is done for prevention. And it's almost was treated like well. That's common sense. Why why should we pay for that? Why should we spend money on prevention? Because you should just know better just aren't as a nation in a wet. The other thing researches searches taught me as so many things working against us in industry. And I'm not a conspiracy Arizona last person but when you look at the industry industry as a whole really open curtain in look at the man behind their running so much of how food is treated read it is on a manipulative basis just to make it more addictive in you to be there there to sell food in innate. Don't really care if it's healthy any. And they deserve their to make money which was raised in a capitalist society. My parents are entrepreneurs in the restaurant business. So it's it's really scary when you look at the science of optimizing food what they do to it to make it last on the shelf longer so you know and to to make it more tasty and to make more addictive so that you're more likely to buy rebuy we buy it became addicted and it's at the sugars processed Orders in the sugars. Right right servants to make it happen longer. Shot right in his is. Is that what what changes happening for us. As women that the traditional exercise more eat less approach just isn't working well it works like a champ in in your twenties and then sometime in your forties all of a sudden all the tricks he used to do to get back in the spirit jeans or you've got a wedding coming up and you do all the things I just don't seem to be working anymore. What layers in there for women will for all of us is is inflammation? There's kind of a perfect storm. That happens as we start. Going through. Menopause the changes associated with menopause which really began in our late thirties number one as our cells age they start breaking down. That's a normal natural process. None of us are meant to live forever. That aging process of cells I'm talking about like automatic handrail basis leads to increasing levels of inflammation that however is exquisitely sensitive to nutritional changes matting. That's the missing link in an women specifically just the process of the breakdown. Take down of our ovaries of win. The menopause things start. It's not just estrogen Gesture we lose pre hormones in when you look at inflammatory markers at the bloodstream. Things like site kinds in in our lukens Very technical things when you look at those blood levels just independent of age just the process of pre if you will get pre menopause. During menopause impose those levels starts tyrod and independent of age. So you have aging causing implement in Chris Inflammation you have menopause causing increased inflammation and then finally when we gained weight. It's at this stage. We tend to gain it in mid section way more than we ever have before I would have patients come to me and grabbed their bellies. Shake it in front of me and say what is this in my thirties. I was young and cute. I'd just be like You're not working hard enough. You know these very patronizing patronizing horrible horrible things stations and then when I was grabbing my own Valley winner in what the hell was happening enjoyed a flat summit Muslim allies which Gosh I thought okay. They're onto something here. That belly fat also acts as a has pro inflammatory cytokines as well and then in just a fat deposition there that acts very differently than other fat deposits in our bodies. You got these three things that just put you in this hurling vortex. The good news is inflammation is fought alter nutrition not talking about acute inflammation. Like when you get a cold or step on a nail roads wrinkle. I'm talking about seven out of ten disease. Causes says that are linked inflammation stroke. High blood pressure diabetes thyroid issues. All of it. So are very very very treatable. You you know with the right in traditional changes if you know enough to tell your patients so a little bit more about what the Galveston Diet is. What do people eat? Well basically we. It's a three component program and we start with intermittent fasting and through the thousands and thousands of were twenty three thousand now students without enrolled. I've learned a few things start Mastering intermittent fasting is huge. One it's the scariest thing of the program. The thing that keeps makes you feel must powerful when you accomplish it. It does take a few weeks to acclimate there. And we kind of guide you slowly through the process. The second component is really really doing a deep dive in my gift is is as an educator in medicine. I've always been able to take the complicated medical things. Break it down for patients in a whether they I understand. That's what I do here in the program. It's so powerful for me to educate people not just because Mary Claire said to do this in this will work. But if you win you understand the science you away. More likely sucked evidence shows to stick with the program. You understand when you look at this food. And you understand that metabolic reasons funds were telling you to lean towards this in a way from that and where can people learn more about you and the Galveston Diet. So we have our website. Aside is Galveston. Diet Dot Com G. A. L. V. E. S. T. O. N. D. E. DOT COM on facebook the Galveston Diet. I'm on instagram. At the Galveston Diet interests at the Galveston Diet Yams Youtube Channel at the Galveston Diet awesome awesome. And how do you feel L. Today. Now that you know you you've worked on your own health you've You're helping so many other people with their health. How does your health fill today? What's different I I think about this all the time I thought about it? This morning I've incorporated a lot of changes in my life I when I they quit mine Traditional very long our job I start my day with meditation and journaling ingratitude. Isn't that the the best way to start a day. Minute's just such a gift be able to start a day that way two teenage daughters and awesome and it has changed my relationship with them. I am no longer flying off the handle and screaming and stressed and everything is in emergency emergency in a problem and I'm just able.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"This afternoon in Galveston bay for missing chemo. Police chief Chris read he and his wife or enjoying an afternoon boating yesterday when they caught the wake of a passing boat that sent read overboard without a life, ist, the coastguard and other agencies have been searching since yesterday afternoon. Woodley's Woodland's congressman Kevin Brady is sending off students from the eighth congressional district heading off to US military academies this morning. Men and women. Committee, and they're willing to be leaders serving leaders and lead their nation going for Mark Preval, or from the Woodland's college park, high school is going to the air force academy. I knew from the very beginning always wanted to serve, but I chose the air force academy because in this through my performance there, I met some engineers, former academic and referred. I look more into it. I realized that it was the best way for me. I guess the serve a good education and literature that I knew. Congratulations. Also, to KOTA Douglas, Zac wall Maggie. Marlow quin. Benny Jacob Craig and Brent hill there's a health, fair going on right now till about three thirty at discovery. Green UT health, stump out. Stroke is going on information about the warning signs for stroke, and who is at risk in national news going on in Arkansas right now as a community vigil held in remembrance of me Davis, the murdered four year old Houston girl, whose remains were found in Fulton. Arkansas home a week ago..
"galveston" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Yet took place in Galveston, Texas in nineteen hundred and sometimes known simply as the Galveston storm Galveston at the time was one of the wealthiest cities in America. And it was the largest city in Texas and a big trade centre BoomTown located on a barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico Galveston had gotten the message before that it should do some storm preparation, including may be constructing a sea wall and they'd seen nearby towns destroyed by hurricanes in previous years, but they still didn't make any moves to fortify the city prior to nineteen hundred the city got its first inkling that a storm was headed. It's way in early September of that year. Year in what started out as an area of quote, unsettled weather near the Windward Islands became a tropical storm that moved over Cuba and hit Louisiana and Mississippi on the way to Texas. So by the time it reached Galveston though in September eighth nineteen hundred it was about a category for hurricane by modern estimates. Again, meteorologists are having to do some backtracking here when it first reached Galveston in the morning it caused some flooding, but it was still sunny out. And according to an article by Chuck lions in history magazine, most locals worked to concerned about the storm. They'd seen big storms before living on the Gulf. They thought they could quote ride it out as sometimes people do in big storms like this. But as the day went on the wind started to pick up, and it ultimately reached estimated speeds of about one hundred twenty to one hundred and thirty five miles per hour. The highest speed recorded was actually one hundred miles per hour. But there's a note there the wind instrument was destroyed shortly after taking that measurement. It. So we can assume it went quite a bit higher than that. The flooding. Also got much worse. The rain just kept coming and tidal surges reached from eight to fifteen feet people started heading upwards trying to get to the highest points that they could in their homes, but it didn't really help the surges swept up homes from the foundation and the wind was just throwing trees and other objects.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"Parts of Galveston bay had over three inches of rainfall yesterday. Weak tropical low in the western Gulf kind of drifting towards south Texas and close enough by to keep a pretty good chance of rain around here throughout the day today and into tonight with some locally heavy rainfall possible for us and temperatures today in the low eighties tropical atmosphere tonight. Locally heavy rainfall drifting north northwest mid seventies for tonight. And there are flood alerts up again on the coast today, I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel, rain and seventy nine on the island. We've got rain seventy five here at the KT. Top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center for live Doppler, seven forty weather radar go to KTAR H dot com. Click on operation storm watch one o one. Our top story. There is street flooding on Galveston island as a tropical system. Dumps more rain along the Texas coastline today. This woman says many drivers were caught off guard by how quickly the roads took on water. We didn't plan on getting stuck here. But we barely made it here. So we're lucky we got here we almost all right there where that car is still down over there. But we made it. She spoke with our TV partner channel to flood warning for Galveston island expired at twelve thirty but a flood watch remains in effect through four o'clock this afternoon. First responders in North Carolina are scrambling to rescue those who ignored evacuation. Orders are now stranded in their cars and on rooftops as the flood waters keep rising. Skip the latest now from ABC. The sheriff in Fayetteville North Carolina has a message for those who are being pounded by Florence right now. You don't have to be on the road. If you don't have to evacuate. Stay at home, the rain continuing to come down even though the wind speeds have been decreasing in the past hour calculated at seventy five miles an hour. It's more about water than wind says Nick petro with the national weather service in Cumberland county, North Carolina, moving very slowly. And that creates a problem a particular problem with slow moving, heavy rain bands. The first reported injuries. Coming in Wilmington, where a tree fell on a house to people inside rescue teams are dealing with that right now this storm itself, he's very slowly moving south into Myrtle Beach, then it will move more inland losing wind speed as it makes its way in.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"For the retirement income show we're talking about vision planning and it really starts with what do you see yourself and your spouse how do you see retirement planning out what is that perfect day for you in retirement so it starts with a vision which then leads you to the goals how are you going to make that vision reality and then from there you go into the strategies and the tools but i mean is it almost as simple as saying okay we've got a bucket for growth we have a bucket for safety we have a bucket for income we have a bucket for liquidity and then it kind of falls into different areas of might be the goals have a bucket of themselves i mean how do you break down the strategies to attain those goals and and see the vision for your retirement well this is the planning process so there's many different ways we could do it i recently had a couple of come in here and we had a discussion about you know vision in goals strategy etc and one of their goals was they wanted to travel okay they wanted to go and spend time with the kids once a year down in galveston and they wanted to to have a certain amount of money to be able to do that so what we did is we said would you feel comfortable if you knew every single year that you had this money being generated from this account so you could do you're traveling and you wouldn't have to worry about running out it would always be there for you and you could always do these family vacations they said yeah that's that's exactly what we want so what we did is we just carved out a little bucket over here to the side puts money into it where every single year no matter what they were guaranteed to have that income being deposited in that was their vacation money so that's one way we can do it it's just segmented out for your goals other people you know it's more of a broad comprehensive plan where you know as income is needed they simply withdraw from the portfolio but the plan needs to be constructed with.
"galveston" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Gene leading recovery and relief organization volunteer organization in the country they were they they've done a lot of work with civil war but they're never been a natural disaster of this magnitude in our nation's history was there and she was there showed up you know the the men in charge where like all i guess women's looking for help and she's like no no we're here to help you and and well organized hospitals and food tents and and shelter they had never done anything on that scale before weren't even sure they could do it but they they did all right so you've written about the johnstown flood you wrote about the storm of the century back the galveston hurricane nineteen hundred so i guess being that you are mr weather that this is going to be now a series what what would be next katrina or sandy or would you stay in the past i don't know what we're trying to figure it out because what what we what we've been trying to do is take a an event that happened in the past catastrophic event and then bring it forward and and compared to now and what what the lessons we have or have not learned and and i think in this case you know as we look at environmental protests actions being rolled back zoning regulations being rolled back that we're setting ourselves up again for a catastrophe we'll we'll twenty two hundred people die at any one time no probably not but we will be looking at loss of life and and a great property damage as we as we see these storms you know producing the heavier and heavier rainfall you look at what happened to three hurricanes last year you don't even need you people think why don't live near the coast on okay well we least go inland and now they are dumping incredible amounts of rain study out earlier this week shows that we are going to be seeing tropical systems that produce anywhere from ten to twenty percent more rain than than than the average so yeah we're we're look we're setting ourselves up for problems merciless tied heroes and villains of the johnstown flood america's astonishing gilded age disaster by the great our roker what book number.
"galveston" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Don's top five five number one hard unfortunately takes us halfway between houston and galveston here to talk about it is kim shepard a high school shooting on what's some last day of classes approaching for a lot of these schools and it's something that has just become really all too common to the students families teachers were with you and this tragic our something has to be done with these schools are more secure than what they are i mean it's come to the point to where my kids don't want to go to school anymore we need to do more than just pray for the victims and the families it's time that we take action and today it happened at santa fe high school not long after the morning bell shooting john right now guys from the suspect brought a shotgun and a revolver onto campus hidden under a long coat something unusually heavy for the warm texas weather according to several students as substitute teacher apparently had a feeling that something strange was about to happen with that seventeen year old saw the kid walking down the hall and you look suspicious and whatnot like he said he had a gun or something so he ran he went down the hall like walking casually didn't want him to know when they pulled the firearms we all went outside and then we heard three shots so i grabbed her role run into i ran towards the trees because i didn't want to be in sight of whoever shooting sean harpole as soon as the alarms went off everybody just started running outside next thing you know everybody looks and you hear woo ran so he can hide in the end nine students and one teacher were murdered another ten people have been hospitalized including a school resource officer who was shot when backup arrived they say the shooter seemed to give up he had posted online about wanting to commit suicide but didn't do it once he was in custody governor greg abbott says they discovered he'd been making explosives as well one was a co two device another was a molotov cocktail and there are various other types of explosive devices that have been identified both in a home as well as in a.
"galveston" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He said that not only did he want to commit the shooting but he wanted to commit suicide after the shooting as you probably know he gave himself up and amid at the time they didn't have the courage to commit suicide that he wanted to take his own life earlier he is currently at the santa fe police department the santa fe police department is is working in collaboration on this investigation with the fbi with the texas department of public safety with the atf with the gallup galveston police department as well as the galveston county sheriff's office this is something that will be handled collaboratively by both federal and state prosecutors so you'll know there are one or two other people of interest that are going to be an or currently being interviewed one a person who was at the scene and we cannot definitively say whether or not this is a person who who may have had some level of involvement in the crime there was just some suspicious reactions on the part of this person that we wanna make sure that this person is adequately investigated and then separate from that there is another person where we have certain information that we wanna make sure this other person is going to be fully interviewed to see there's information to be gleaned from this other person who at this time will will not be identified as you probably have heard the weapons used in this attack there are two weapons one was a shotgun and the other is a thirty eight revolver nia these weapons were owned or legally possessed by the shooter here's my information that both of these weapons were obtained by the shooter from his father smyth formation of this time that the father legally only as weapons i have no information at this time whether or not the father was aware that his son had taken these weapons from.
"galveston" Discussed on WXAV 88.3 FM
"The galveston storm of nineteen hundred as i grew up in galveston people and talk about the nineteen hundred storm basically i think the galveston's attitude was it's bad for business no chamber of commerce wants to talk about the worst tragedy in the history of the united states where six thousand eight thousand people died on this little ole island the folks inch vibe the storm we're sorta like people who survived the war it was it was so terrible and the impact is so great in their memory that they'd rather not talk about it it's not good social conversation but over the years they did tell their stories of the flood when they were asked saturday the aca sunday down as usual she cooked a six pound the oh rump roast and made a cake which was to go with a pitcher of bile custom that my mother had found for dessert everyone went about their usual tasks until about eleven am when my brother jacob eleven years of age and cousin allen brooks aged thirteen who was spending a month with us came from the beach with her foot at the golf was very rough and the tide very high about half past three jacob and allen came running shouting excitedly that the gulf look great grey wall about fifty feet high moving slowly toward the island catherine better polls was not quite six years old at the dawn of the twentieth century in that year her home of galveston was the most important city in texas it could claim the biggest port the most millionaires the best theaters the grandest mansions the first telephones and electric lights and more saloons than new orleans galveston was essential city where people came to bathe in the warm gulf and have a good time it was also the most vulnerable built on skinny barrier island only five feet above sea level yet the city enjoyed a false sense of security years before the local weather bureau official is it incline had written how it was an absurd delusion that galveston could be damaged by a killer storm because of the gentle slope of the gulf on the eve of the huge hurricane no one was overly concerned recall front porch and enjoy the cool breezes we had no inkling porky twelve year old time and block live with his parents and four brothers and.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"If you want him to do that but for those of you neither have the time or the inclination call seven one three seven seven five 72 2004 in is not too late to get scheduled with them to do the early green up and another couple of weeks seven one three seven seven five seventy two 24 hear is lance in galveston more and lance good morning what's up well the freeze was a pretty hard and my big if i'm not sure that they're gonna make it and i'm trying to figure out what to do and then window just you know dick him up and start over heavy started cutting on him yet in all to see if there's green in there we have cut back on them some uh and uh and and her just take him up and start over heavy started cutting on him yet it all to see if there's green in there we have cut back on him some uh the more you have to cut back the longer it's going to be in till they bloom again in 2018 sophie cut him all the way back down to almost pacific lee to freeze recovery the more you have to cut back the longer it's going to be in till they bloom again in 2018 so my theory has always been and i'm not trying to tell you that if you if you're on a budget i understand that but if you got to have blooms then you need to just reinvest in high biscuits because those that come from the nurseries and garden centers will bloom right away their again a balloon profusely right away i can't imagine and i i'm in this boat myself there's going to be several really big high biscuits that i'm gonna cut all the way back down to the ground level up and tombaugh my place up there and when they're in the landscape.
"galveston" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"In the terrifying darkness mothers and fathers tried desperately to hold their families together waves swept children out of after parents arms others were gashed by flying debris there about twenty four refugees that level that then so the wind will sail the late galveston banker and philanthropist john w harris was six years old on september eight 1900s while sister law will only two children all while the trunk stratful all these swallow slovenly go wrong to us as long as she killed of all the individual tragedies throughout that endless night none was greater than the destruction of st mary's orphanage where ninety children and tin catholic nuns died the orphanage consisted of two wooden dormitories built fewer than a hundred yards from the beach in the belief that the ocean breeze would make it safer from yellow fever sister margaret and to me as general secretary of the sisters of charity of the and karn at word which relocated from galveston to houston after the hurricane she reads here from an account of the storm written by her order this year to commemorate the catastrophe recognizing the severity of this turn desist tastes pat all the children into the guys down the terry because it was the newer in stronger of the two to come the chairman this is just had them saying clean if the waves and note frenchamn traditionally sanjing storms by fishermen in france seeking the protection of mary mother chases queen of the roads.
"galveston" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"In that year home of galveston was the most important city in texas it could claim the biggest for the most million years the best theaters the grandest mansions the first telephones and electric lights and more saloons they new orleans galveston was a sensuous city where people came to bathe in the warm gulf have a good time it was also the most vulnerable built on a skinny barrier island only five feet above sea level yet the city enjoyed a false sense of security years before the local weather bureau official isaac inclined had written how it was an absurd delusion that galveston could be damaged by a killer storm because of the gentle slope of the gulf on the eve of the huge hurricane noone was overly concerned i recall from ford f guide the coup briefly we had no hour van damme parking 12yearold time and block live with his parents and four brothers and sisters when winnie stream i guess bearer data something bad but or pie in the afternoon hillary voting by people who were big shop at the courthouse coward mawei him that doll balking shower him again ah over the new deal with his dole gonin do we had no idea glued bed was awarded view weather bureau.
"galveston" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present
"So my hair year vadly bella aboard the route everyone's do all it was out of thing yuan meaty k you've nailed down getting la in 1980 galveston was the grand down of texas a vibrant port city sitting haughtily on a sand bar facing the gulf the great hurricane arrived on a saturday september a almost without morning reducing the town to a splintered wasteland some six thousand people perished on the island and at least four to six thousand on the mainland in two thousand as part of our lost in found sound series on npr producer john bernett revisited the worst natural disaster in us history today the kitchen sisters present this extraordinary and timely story no tung can tell the galveston storm of 1900s he resigned grew up in galveston people and talk about my gene under storm basically i think we owe yeltsin's attitude was it's bad for business no chamber of commerce wash talk about the worst tragedy in history the united states where six thousand eight thousand people dan owners lillo island the folks inch survive the storm were sort why people who survived the war uh there was an it was so terrible and the impact was so great in their memory that they rather than talk about it it's not good social conversation but over the years they did tell their stories of the flood when they were asked on saturday the a l oscar prepared sunday donna as usual she cooked a six pound the overall roast and made a case which was to go into pitcher a vile custom that my mother had planned for dessert.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"Most popular too may be the most hated here but it looks like that at band of rain to our west that was kind of trending a little farther west is kind of kicked out a bit to the east and so while we may lose the potent showers and storms that have triggered some of the recent tornado warnings which we do have a one left to go here in this one we'll be expiring at the bottom of the hour but looks like the rain obviously the little bit of a break we were we're hoping four may not let up as much as i wanted it to it looks like on radar here especially that though that gap is starting to close a bit but behind that fortunately it does look like we may see storms become a little more scattered anything that falls of course will not help the situation but if we can maybe lighting up the rain a bit and then hopefully in some spots we are definitely seeing some areas even around galveston where other rain has kind of taken a break for now so hopefully that will be coming our way very shortly isaac what most people dread is you know sundown an and the dark of the night at is imposing another curfew tonight because you just don't need people out on the streets when you don't have enough people to go helped them if they should get into trouble in high watering the dark and going to bed not afraid to sleep because you don't know if you're going to wake up with water encompassing you so i if we could just get a break tonight of in some of this it would make a big difference i think in people's outlooks yet definitely a that's uh that's the worst when it's bad enough as is we when you can't see your feet when it so when it there's that much rain when there's that much water in you look down and it's in the end you can't see what your stepping on and especially what you're driving on if you are still out there but when it's nighttime it just gets a lot worse than a lot of folks are a different liza are going to be a little more selfcontained as far as trying to look out for in.