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"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"83 in Galveston. This hour. It's 85 Ktrh. Top tax defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center 12 1, our top story. First of all, we had a report 10 being closed off because of an accident in the last newscast half an hour ago. I wanted to update that situation. Obviously, as Christina was reporting that is gone, looked at the trans Star cameras. I turn around Antoine looks fine. No backups looked at Silver wort bingle lot of traffic, but no backups. There is a new Dallas morning news UT Tyler poll that just came out this morning and a head to head matchup, according to Texas voters. If the election were held today, the next governor of Texas would be drumroll. Matthew McConaughey, 44 to 35% against Abbott. If Abbott were running against Democrat Beto O. Rourke, Abbott has favored 42 to 37% in a Republican primary. Abbott beats Don Huffines 75 to 15 and against Allen West, Abbott wins 65 to 20% and then Fox News has some new national poll numbers. It's a less united United States with a less carrying president. According to a recent Fox News poll with a 54 to 37% Margin responders believe the country is less united under President Biden. Last week's poll also shows a dip in numbers, describing the president as caring and strong. As for Afghanistan, the poll indicates 89% of Americans believe Taliban control of the country is a threat to US security. And Carrick Fox News today. The Department of Homeland Security beginning to deportation of thousands of Haitian migrants of the Dell Rito del Rio border crossing area yesterday. The count was pegged at almost 15,000 tripling in numbers since Wednesday, National Border Patrol Council vice President Art del Cueto tells Fox and friends weekend The asylum process is broken. You know, they have to go through it through an asylum officer then through the judge, and then the judge decide. A lot of these people don't show up to the court case. They need to start putting judges and asylum officers down there on the border. Fast track these cases and get these individuals out that you know that don't have a true asylum case. The Department of Homeland Security says they're going to have another 400 agents on site By tomorrow morning. We're keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Peter not for any reason. It's in the mid Atlantic not likely to make landfall and then to the east of that is Tropical.
Knapp Scores Winner in 9th for Phillies in 6-5 Win Over Cubs
"Going on a passed ball by catcher Robinson Chirinos with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Phillies a six five win over the cubs Philadelphia led by former Chicago tied the contest at the top of the ninth inning with a solo home run by Matt Duffy G. two will be jealous forty Galveston also homered for the film to snap a two game losing streak the wind chill Reno's and Frank Swindell holder for the cubs in the loss Michael Luongo below via
Tropical Storm Nicholas slows, dumps rain along Gulf Coast
"Tropical storm Nicholas brought a lot of rain to the coast in southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana in Galveston and Houston in Texas they got a lot of rain mayor Sylvester Turner in Houston says it could have been worse the largest amount on the city of Houston so can I needed a break it was a different story in Louisiana we expect certain amount of activity weather wise this was just a little over the top hurricane ida had destroyed one of Stephen voices buildings and damaged the main plant of his seafood business Nicholas is adding to the damage many people all the way from New Orleans to here have this for more damage they're not gonna recover quickly or easily the mayor of Lake Charles Louisiana says anytime there's even a hint of a weather event approaching people get scared I'm a Donahue
"galveston" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"He owns a business ride on the seawall in he. He posts every day and he'll send chat taxed of today's a good day to come down or do you know who that is. I know he talking about his name's like he's like to site report guy. Yeah he's he's down by we're sauces In the academy Probably right past forty fifth street or something like that. he does something every day Great photos He takes And keeps updated with the surf conditions. Yeah is name escapes me. But he's he's in all the Galveston social media sites from galveston. Your whole life. I was born in webster in clear lake in nineteen seventy nine At an early age Eight nine or so my My trench forced and I moving in with my or living with my mother. In missouri city moved to missouri city. I grew up in missouri city Middle school high school years and then we come out to the island every weekend in my father had businesses. My mom had businesses and clear like in down here so we it's It's home to me and i you know i feel it moment in twenty fifteen move down here what settle was i speak for a group call work working galveston dot com. Which is the economic development arm of galveston and they are so aggressively luring. Whether it's a single person that wants to live and work in a historic home or moving your industrial facility down in galveston is i think. Galveston is absolutely boom and over the last year and a half in cove it because people that go down to galveston already are thinking man had like to live here. But i can't. Because i got to work up there and they realize there's a lot of people now that can work wherever you are willing to. I'm one of those guys that i'm willing to suffer the commute. So the better part of your your mental health. And so i moved down your completely. I didn't have a galveston docket at the time. I didn't have a galveston cases. And it'll sixty seventy percent of my cases are in harris county. And so i take the forty five drive up. Thankfully we have an hiv anatole toll lane that can take from clear. Lake all the way up to downtown houston. It's not a bad commute. I get to.
"galveston" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"You could open carry a sorting texas to open firearm without a license. I'm gonna kitchen back in my hand. A hundreds of yards away from everybody And so i guess what tell me again. I could go. And this is what i could do this on halloween right. And he's like yeah. I was like we can walk around the halloween all day every day but any other day of the year. It's it's illegal things like no. It's not just you know. Why am i in the back of a squad car exactly and so in squad car. Yeah i'm customers. You still haven't told them. I'm mark metzker criminal defense attorney or maybe they don't like you because you're coming offense attorney actually not as they were putting me about one of the officers like so. I'm not offering any information about the word. But where did you research. I'm right here on the islands. Okay what's your name mark. that's okay and I'm kind of like wait book that you have that place downtown like yesterday. Twenty-fifth and market I've got a A castle type. Hacienda property. There were developing into a Private of then you in in hotel. You're it's not twenty six a month twenty five nineteen markets hacienda galveston. The front of it looks like a castle. Set the screen to gra- s- castle gates with What's in there. It used to be a german bakery and restaurant cafe It's now been. It's been converted to a home which you're now converting back into a public space For private things in the restaurants gonna have Were building Some structures have hotel. Rooms keep similar to the. The pikes hotel visa. The late late. Pike bill in this hotel eighties nineties following twenty pike's Business model and his is a boutique. He had a twenty two or twenty six rooms. And we're gonna have about ten to twelve similar to the tremont justice. Nice justice elegant but we have Exclusively of privacy of that that intimacy that a smaller thin you Champion afford people..
Tropical Storm Nicholas Leaves 500,000 Without Power in Texas
"Than three hundred. Ninety thousand people are without power in greater houston as now tropical storm nicholas rolls through our region that includes over thirty thousand people in galveston county. Officials are reminding you this morning then if you see a downed power to stay away from it and call nine one one.
Hurricane Nicholas Makes Landfall over Texas
"Early this morning. Hurricane nicholas made landfall near the town of sergeant texas that's on the central texas coast between galveston and corpus christi. The category one hurricane is bringing heavy rains and seventy five mile an hour winds to that area. A couple of tornadoes are also possible now. The storm is headed toward galveston and houston. The millions of people who live there and nearby are expected to get up to fifteen inches of rain which could cause life threatening flooding authorities have been busy the last couple of days setting up barricades and getting high water rescue vehicles ready just in case some schools along the texas gulf coast are closed today including those in the houston school district and many cove in nineteen testing and vaccination sites have had to shut down for now. People in that area are being told to stay off the roads to avoid risking their own lives or the lives of first responders forecasters say hurricane nicholas will keep moving across southeast texas today and should make it to south western louisiana by tomorrow.
Herrera Hits RBI Single in 10th, Phils Avoid Sweep in Miami
"The Phillies avoided a three game sweep by downing the Marlins forty three I know doable Herrera's RBI single in the tenth inning Herrera had been over for in the game before driving an automatic runner Freddy Galvis from second a sharper his twenty seventh Homer and Galvis also connected for the Phillies the Phils broke loose in the fourth as Harper homered in Galveston a two run drive for a three one lead winning pitcher Ian Kennedy tossed two scoreless innings and struck out four Dylan Floro took the loss the Phillies remained two games behind the NL east leading Braves on the ferry
Royal Caribbean Breaks Ground on New Cruise Terminal in Galveston
"Work on caribbeans new terminal three at the puerto galveston. Texas is officially underway. The cruise line and port held a groundbreaking ceremony over the weekend. To mark the start of construction of the one hundred. twenty five million dollar facility. Royal caribbean sunday contract to build a terminal back in two thousand nineteen and we'll lease it from the port for twenty years with an additional four ten year options terminal three will be the future home of the mega ship allure of the seas which will sail seven-night western caribbean itineraries. Starting november of twenty two
27 Vaccinated People Test Positive for COVID on Carnival Ship
"Cruise Line says it's managing a small number of covid cases on a ship that made a stop and bullies this week now returning to Galveston, Texas, authorities say 27 people, mostly staff have the coronavirus
27 vaccinated people test positive for COVID on Carnival ship
"Care. Carnival Cruise Line says it's managing a small number of covid cases on a ship that made a stop and bullies this week now returning to Galveston, Texas, authorities say 27 people, mostly staff have the
27 People Aboard Carnival Cruise Test Positive for COVID-19
"A carnival cruise ship from Belize. Tested positive for Covid 19. All 27 had been vaccinated. These are breakthrough cases. None of the people had any symptoms. Nobody got sick 26 Our crew members. This is the Carnival Vista departed Galveston last Saturday comes back tomorrow 99.98% of the cruise vaccine 96.5% of the passengers on this carnival cruise. It was last Saturday, The carnival started requiring masks indoors on board and beginning tomorrow, passengers are required to show a negative covid tests before Boarding. Nikki Courtney
27 Vaccinated People Test Positive for COVID on a Carnival Cruise Ship
"Group 27 people on board a carnival cruise ship, The left from Galveston, Texas, tested positive for Covid 19 just before the ship made a stop and believes this week That's according to officials there. All 27 people were vaccinated had mild or no symptoms and were in
An Ocean of Minutes by Thea Lim
"All right so let's get started re-re. Can you read into in minutes in this novel. America is in the grip of deadly flu. Pandemic when frank catches the virus. His girlfriend polly will do whatever it takes to save him. Even if it means risking everything when she finds out there's a company that has invent a time travel she agrees to a radical contract if she signs up for a one way trip into the future to work as a bonded laborer. The company will pay for the life saving treatment. Frank needs polly promises to meet frank again in galveston texas where she will arrive in twelve years but when polly is rerouted an extra five years into the future. Frank is nowhere to be found alone transformed and divided america with no status. No money paulie must navigate a new life and find a way to locate frank determine if he is alive and if they're love has endured so i was pretty surprised for a time travel novel. It was said in the past because a when you travel into the future. It's like a time period that we haven't Experience in in real life but the future in this book is two thousand two. Yeah it was actually took me a while to wrap my head around the fact that this takes place in an alternate timeline. It's a u Of our timeline were a mutated flu. Pandemic sweeps nation slashed the world and Nothing like her times. Nothing nothing like what's happening right now. The united states. That was the thing i was like. This book came out in twenty eighteen. And you know when people were reading it it was like oh this is what life would be like if a pandemic hit. You know. it's like an all but but now that we are living through a pandemic and we have been living through on for the past like year and like whatever buns almost two years at this point. we're just like yeah like a lot of similarities and a lot of
Royal Caribbean Summer Cruises From Florida Fully Booked, Line Says
"They've been saying for the past year. Pent up demand. So we're very definitely seeing this in our bookings royal caribbean group. Ceo richard fain there. Royal caribbean has announced that all of its july and august twenty twenty. One ceilings from florida are fully booked. The cruise line has five ships sailing from the sunshine. State this summer freedom odyssey allure symphony and mariner of the seas summer voyages from galveston nassau in seattle. Do still have availability later on today. Freedom of the seas set sail on its first revenue crews from port. Miami
"galveston" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine
"galveston" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine
"Bullets but it accelerated the chang. I mean i could go on and on on this but let me ask you about your under. Then how with all this legacy. How who grew is southern newspapers. And how long is your current owner. Had this brand out give us some history you the southern newspapers itself. Yeah i mean listen. Walls is the daughter of karma walls. And if you know carnage walls. He's the man that helped establish so many newspapers in owner operated newspaper throughout the south. But the last fifty years. If you talk to jim boone. Or you talked a heart hanks. I'm you talked to any of these small family groups you're gonna find some Walls dna inside they were all started out with it. So kevin kevin kevin bacon of our industry. I'm sorry the kevin. I'm gonna steal our. That's a good old. So how many years now has the the galveston paper in the spam minimalist family since the late sixties when the hobbies hobby airport hobby thinly on the newspaper for a while and then sold it to the walls family in the late sixties. And so. that's a you know it's coming out half a century why galveston is the home office. Is that where the families based just or well. We actually have an office in houston but one of the beauties of the world is also publish a newspaper. While i'm the president of the company. And i live here and i love this community. Lobbying in this community and You know it's it. We've been working from wherever longer than an cohen came along. And so the ideal is we've got. We've got to get our things done and we do i. I love this island. I love this community and get to travel to are the property. So it's mike is the best of both worlds. I you know to have to office on an island. Gulf of mexico is not a bad thing. There are people right now. I have to bring this up. I shouldn't but it's my show. And i can do whatever the heck i want right as wrong. There are people right now watching us and saying we're discussing june team from your commitment to this holiday as the voice of that community but there are two or three white people on the screen right now discussing this talk to me about your philosophies how some people might say. I've heard this actually. Mary forum the mp reports. When i've discussed things about inclusion and diversity that you you are not. How should i put this. You're not a showcase of the community. You're not part of the community because you don't have the dna of the community about them. Let me let me bring this. Bring it to michael. Our community editor. Angela wilson has all as played a key role. And it's an. Angela is black individual of our team and she holds a physician with our company and she has played a big role in keeping this at the forefront of our our our our goals or objectives in the news and michael. You want to talk about the role. Plays i mean. She's an important part of this newspaper. Angela's our community news editor. And you know. She does a lot of things. She keeps our bulletin boards and she does a a call every week on entertainment and things to do I think a an analogous title might be features editor. She takes care of a lot of our feature stuff but also to speak to that. I mean you know. The daily news is very connected to all the communities that we cover and we are part of the dna of the community. No matter what particular face you happen to be looking at on a particular day or particular year because as hasn't institution in an organization we've been a part of this community For one hundred eighty years in it was actually eighteen. Forty two that. The first edition of the daily news came out the rest. Unless you sit. And i make the mistake. I'm sorry i take all saying eighteen. Forty two. i don't think i've ever interviewed anyone that had that has that long legacy this is. This is quite an old old. i didn't galveston was around that long. What galveston was around before texas. Obviously because it was a port city right. I mean it's the whole the hope i've been to galveston. I was supposed to keynote. The southern newspapers remember that leonard. The conference got cancelled so convict. Yeah that's right on my favorite areas So you would. You were countered that argument by saying you have the best people in the best place and you would say dollars to done. That's we are the we are we are. We are publishing the community regardless of what color you see on the spring at this moment and this i would agree with that because if you walk in this building say you look around and you know to me. What's important is we have the right people. But since all of our employees live locally we reflect our community. We we check if everybody wants to have a list in a box of different types and everything from genders to preferences to wherever we have all year. And it's just and that's just what makes us unique. Is that michael's team lives right here in the aisle or or on the mainland and we're all local people and so we reflect with this community is like which is which is a very inclusive community. let's talk about June eighteen going beyond Now that an again. I'm going to say this. I never ever heard the term until maybe the last few years of my life because wasn't talked to me and i am a closet. Historian i have read books. I have dived into american history. And you know something. I just like many people said it. It was not part of what i got in high school about america. And all that and more will you. Now that it's it's it's out there. What is your commitment for the future about the city of galveston. So how you guys can make your mark. You're learning go ahead. Let me underscore. You said i've lived all over the country. And i grew up richland midwest and until i set foot in galveston in the daily news. I'd never heard a juneteenth Hike so it was one of those things that in in certain communities primarily black unit across the country they celebrated this date but it is not something that's taught in if you think the celebrational juneteenth is is amazing the fact that it took almost two years after the emancipated proclamation for somebody become the taxes and read the last order in say every everyone is free absolute equality for everyone and if you think historically we would have thought when lincoln made that proclamation that boom is spread instantly didn't it was years later till they. The union troops came down here. And i think michael appeal confirmed this a lot of the union troops. That came down. Were black soldiers and they were frene the those who were enslaved here in taxes. I mean this remarkable to two years for the stamp editor about twenty thousand black union troops in in the occupation force that came to galveston to came to taxes. I mean they showed up in galveston that they were. They were here to to occupy texas. And i i grew up in texas. And i had never heard of juneteenth until i came to galveston but it was always a part of the galveston and in the surrounding communities in the county. It was a big deal here for a long long time And like i said the daily news always covered it just like any other major holiday In you'd ask about the future. I mean i think that juneteenth is going to gain some things in. It's gonna lose some things now that it's a national holiday in.
"galveston" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine
"Book on the on the days. There are days apprentice. Just it's funny. When i was interviewing bruce fallen from the tampa bay see i live in tampa bay tampa bay times owned by pointer. Now publishes two days a week off depressed but he has sees not. I'm not giving you guys are smarter than me. And they do a flip book every day and they get a massive audience too because people are comfortable on their tablets. You know flipping the pages. So i found that fascinating. He's and then you talk about well. Her husband right over and arkansas. And he's taught people given free ipads. Just see this but so five days. A week published the print version. There is a flip version. There you also have a website. Final question would be many questions. I have to ask you. What lockdown completely meter. What is your theory on. What be called audience revenue today. Michael what are you doing generally speaking. We're we're behind a paywall but we push a lot of content out free. I mean just starting with anything that has any kind of public health and safety aspect. You know a lot of well basically everything that we covered about. Koga nineteen went out free Anything about you know. The police working a crime scene or something like battle. All of that kind of stuff goes out free and then we push other things out free. A lot of our. All of our guest commentary goes out free but the enterprise. What's what we we put a premium on is a our own enterprise reported in that's as generally always behind the wall excite the theory. The mike this has been michael has developed and we've developed here is that if it is somewhat commodity news like number about forty minutes houston. If it's the same news that houston's running or somebody else is going to be running. There's a time to put that out there for free. In all the covert information by the way somewhat related to covid in any way we put out in front of the wall we even had our local hospitals sponsor that but that was one of those things we consider public service. And but if it's if it is absolutely neat chart community as the reporting that only michael staff can do that. I'm the awol and so again. We're trying to protect the value of what we do in the same sense. Serve our community so it's hard and a softball has at. It's good to get you know to get a readings. We have not interviewed your company southern newspapers you're the president of the entire group based out of galveston. So every is everybody pretty much follow the same model. Did you cut back when prince site before we get into the real. You know about june team So i'm assuming data's your companies also i gotta ask and hope you don't mind leonard. I'm a business guy. You're a business guy. How's it going this reader revenue strong enough to support your newsrooms advertising revenue. You guys doing okay. Allowed to ask that now. And i'm more than happy to share. We came out of the. We came out of kobe stronger than we went into coca. We're a stronger. Financial company were performing better. Our our margins are better and which allows us to continue to invest in old these newsrooms. I mean what. I talked to subscribers latent. I just straight out say look. It was two days that i had to give up or give up some of the reporting team and to me. That's the core value of what we do when we start lopping off valuable people and can no longer produce the best product. We can't then. We put ourselves at risk. I i can't agree more allies. I've been. I've been through a lot of down economies. I'm an old guy sixty four. I remember paul mccartney in a band before wasted on. I gotta tell you that Every time to sit down economy. The strong can get stronger. And if you just. I mean you find opportunity through the stress. I just had a meeting with our accountant. Were one point not. We're almost double last year at this moment and that was through. I mean what you take a look at the opportunity. It's almost like a hate me so it it refocuses people on what's important and change. I mean crisis accelerates the chain and you look at it as an offensive opportunity. Not a defense booth. You look at it and look at far down the road as you can say what will most likely happen. And then you go. Let's get there now that we're in this window listener exhilarated. It's it's i hate to say thin. The herd as well but it just means that those. That aren't that we're going to make it. Any way just happens quicker. Does that make sense compresses marketplace. I hope that didn't seem nine. The reason we reached out to you is that incredibly beautiful piece you shared with new young our editor editor in chief and she passed onto me. on on june team it was award-winning. I'm assuming you're going to submit that. I mean and i hope you get it. That was beautiful justice. Incredible i wanna say kind. Used work tasteful. Mind bug in michael. The you're right you're shooters did an amazing job as well. I mean everything about. That wasn't just good journalism. It was great to touch to this piece here. Yes sir this is here the juneteenth magazine up to which i'm michael tunnel of it about that. That was actually further. The one hundred fiftieth anniversary a couple years ago and it was and we still live on our website. But you know juneteenth and michael can explain. This background is ingrained in the dna of the daily news. To the day it was read by general grange usa michael. Here's a little history on this. A well i can. I can talk mostly about the history of the time i was here. But but leonard's ride. I mean juneteenth is his always up until now been kind of a galveston holiday it began in galveston and it was kind of a small intimate local thing that people celebrated his family's and But it's always been part of the city of galveston is kind of spread out to over the years to Adjacent communities and and then even across the country and around the world. that's always been kind of a low key event celebrated mostly by the the black community. But it's always been something. I mean for decades and decades that the daily news is covered. We cover it like we cover the fourth of july or memorial day or christmas or anything else is just one of those local holidays. It's always on the news budget to cover In so celebrating the a major anniversary of the the event was just something that we we were gonna do. So when the hundred and fiftieth came around we we did a magazine on it. So you can look back through the archives of the daily news mike and you can see for years. We have published editorials Calling for this to become a national holiday or it deserves national recognition and it became part of what we do here in incense. The daily news is the oldest newspaper in the state of texas. Eighteen fifty two. It's actually older than texas itself. He's events were recorded on the front pages of our newspaper as they happen. So if you look back this. This is the beauty of a community newspaper. If you look backwards through time you can see this all play out on the pages of the galaxy county daily news and so you know it's we're michael said last week. Jimmy said holy. Cows thing happened at light speed. I mean we've been banging this drum for years and suddenly it goes out of nowhere and becomes a national or federal holiday so we were drilled. The george floyd crisis. And i think i can use the word crisis because many adults and one of our. We just did interview with the entire team with the star tribune on that crisis because what imagine having reporters that have to invest in gas masks you know and and and we're hit.
"galveston" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine
"I'm like blender publisher of the if you are listening to the audio version of he p. reports since apple podcasts or whatever podcast directory or channel you prefer follow or subscribed if you're watching the video version on youtube. The bottom of your screen has a subscribe to the right isabelle. Hit that upi. We'll update you each and every nine june t. There's a name that came very very quickly. To lighting culture our national holiday and the city of galveston lightest well the city. Where actually slavery slavery. Finally in the united states of america we have the privilege to they have traveled and chatting with the publisher and editor of the daily news in galveston about how they cover this holiday over the net. This is a publication. Almost two hundred years old that has been the chronicle of this locally celebrated holiday that has now become national even brought back fifty year old beautiful public the talk of the town and so with your permission much galveston with michael smith. The editor of the daily news. Our friend leonard. Woolsey the leonard micro. We are now in galveston in galveston. Texas right gentleman. I mean possessor not in finland or something right now correct. Welcome to galveston island jackson's leonard. I i i speaking to someone who worked with you for years and you know everybody has an image. The last thing you last time you and i had a drink together was the last big mega conference in fort worth. I've known you for many years. Sir i'm never me pepper. You could always tell it a conference. He always came in with the hawaiian shirt right. Yes the hair okay. I got to bring this up. I asked by the way an apologize. This is a bad cast. Three quarters of our audience on spotify right. Now it's voting on stitcher and they're apple podcasts. There's only a quarter is watching us on youtube. So i'm going to put your picture up. Leonard's hair you see it from about a mile away and. I asked why you're escape border. Is that correct sir. That's true i was. I wasted by teens away as a competitive skateboarder compatible. You one things skateboarding. Right to dan to loopy things and all the other stuff. And yes sir madam. Acta a month ago. I was in southern california skating in escape clark in venice california just to skated almost like an empty giant empty swimming pool and creek. If i'm on the hair is part of the skateboard world away right there. So it's kind of signature. See now michael. I might obviously editor and chief. We been ignoring. Is there any secrets we need to know about user. Are you a are you a tiddlywinks champion have you. Are you great at pulled. Go into the bars and into are you a shark. Is i just want you to feel left out. Well i'm a newspaper. Editors so mostly i work. You know. I mean that's obvious predators do but when i'm not working i like to hike a lot of time in big bend really nothing. No secrets that are that. I'm going to disclose anyway while you're in big bend did you. Did you go to marfa. And stop by the newspaper there and have a brew in a week we interviewed. What's the gentleman that asked mad. Max yep i by the way again. That's an emt reports go to editor and publisher dot com slash. Podcast check out the marfa paper. Next big ben where you can get. You can get a shot and a beer and a paper in the lobby. I think that's just wonderful what let's talk about galveston and let's get serious right now. There's some history with galveston and a history. Obviously juneteenth right. And why don't you give me leonard first. A little background about the town and being the president. Okay first of all your president of southern newspapers which means it's a larger footprint just galveston but you're in galveston and you manage that newspaper correct sir. That's true we have eleven newspapers town in texas in one in oklahoma and lot in most of our newspapers while all of our newspapers are community. Newspapers are primary focuses to create a strong editorial product that the rest of our businesses built around rather than the opposite. We we still believe that being relevant to our communities and delivering the news that they want our unique selling proposition. You know it's it's That's all and mike and michael does a fantastic job of this. He puts together a great team. And michael michael is being mr early. I've seen him deal with hurricanes and natural disasters. He's the coolest man under fire. You will ever see michael. How large is your team in in galveston. How how big of a newsroom are you managing sir. There's about a dozen people in the newsroom. We've got Right now we've got to reporters but once a new one starts on monday and we've got a slot for another one. We got to really good photographers. Which is probably a little unusual but we put a lot of stock in high quality photography for when one reason our photo staff also works on our glossy magazine in. That's you've gotta have top shelf photography in that. So we're we're blast in the newspaper to have a good reason to hang onto really skilled photographers. And i think it makes our paper better And we've got Three people on designed ask who were kind of jack of all trades And a community news editor and am i managing editor. Who also is the editor coast. I mean she. She's got two full time jobs. Probably she does an excellent job on all of that. So there's about a dozen people in the newsroom. All right Just many people may not know this quickly circulation leonard. What is the cirque of the newspaper. I may ask. We have about thirty five thousand audience of print which is about a fifteen circulation paid. How many days a week do you prince. We now publish five days. A week when cove. It occurred a year ago in march when this was all in the cloud. Is ron horizon mike. We made the decision to act and act quickly and we changed all the pup cycles on our papers by the by april twenty and the idea was to get through the tunnel of koga get out on the other side and then we'll figure it out so all of our properties. We no longer have seven day. Week print products but mike on his team manages seven day a week news cycle and they're posting content seven days a week as it's happening on the days that we're darkened print. He's also got a budget alive budge work in any any managers that he does a great job with michael. You have a replica version. As well as a website since people can slip through the paper yes on the non three days a print version. That just doesn't get depressed is my question. Yes no no we. Don't we don't do that on the non print as but we have a anita addition. That's a pedia flip.
Afghan President Ghani to Meet Biden as Violence Surges
"On friday. Us president joe biden will meet. Afghan president ashraf ghani and the chairman of afghanistan's high council for national reconciliation abdullah abdullah at the white house. It will be their first in-person meeting at which they'll discuss. Us troop withdrawal. The talks come as fighting. Intensifies between gan forces and the taliban at least thirty districts have been seized by the taliban since the us announced in april that all us troops would withdraw before september. The eleventh such ongo hell is visiting teacher. The london school of economics and political science and joins me. Now good morning tucson on the agenda for this meeting well. Some of the key issues are to do with joe biden reiterating the intention to withdraw not just us troops but us contractors as well and they along with the military plates such an important role in providing security and assistance to of galveston the other aspect. Which is perhaps linked to be equally controversial. Is the pressure that will be put on. Ashraf ghani to restart negotiations with the taliban now the frustration that the government has had is that whatever talks they've had with the taliban the laws you have then been violated by the taliban through violence so there is going to be Some acrimony in the meeting it's a it's a situation that i have is not looking forward to and it was still hope Vain hope i would say in afghanistan that somehow joe biden will change his mind and cancelled the withdrawal. But i think that is very unlikely.
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
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
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
"galveston" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Daniel go to see you this monday. Morning happy. Monday dr paul. Our you very well very well. Thank you and This assess how the country is doing with the lockdown. Are things getting better. They're getting worse or do we have a long way to go. We're gonna dissect all that out and we will search and search and search for some optimism because the other stuff pops up all the time but there's a few bits and pieces of optimism or probably even your burger media. That's good maybe have trouble denying science. Maybe they will accept science one of these days but nevertheless Wanna talk about texas. We're so familiar. We know everything that goes on in texas and As the image of texas is really very good i think we're just astounding and texas compared to what compared to new york and california. Yes we're we're getting a lot of people especially from california which makes me a little bit nervous If they come because of our leanings toward a free society that's great but if they're coming with the attitude that yes this is good or opportunities. here it's a rich state but what we need to do is get their social policies peru and That some people will say that's a joke. They wouldn't do that. They're trying to escape it but that isn't the case that's it it's been it's happened. You know up You know in new hampshire and massachusetts other price that some of the people when they get disgusted when they drive their cities or towns or state's bankrupt. They go to a neighbor in the city or town and they do the same thing. You never can let the guard now. But the reason I wanted to talk about galveston. It was brought out and made some some of the regular media about it certainly made it into the The internet social media and that had to be That had to do with an arrest. Some people call it police brutality. But it's an interesting source story because it raises a few questions. It isn't so simple The Somebody did harm you needed to police. The police came and they arrested individual and everybody was happy if far from it..
"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
"Going to blow in in Galveston on the sea wall where he's located in in the next day he was down to twenty nine employees and what he did his bonus plan increasing the pay for those who stayed with him caught the attention of the Galveston community and his diners and his supporters and they have responded and they have responded in a big way Dennis you said that you took to social media which should never done before so did you have social media accounts and you just weren't personally involved or did you set those up how did you communicate and say Hey this is what I'm doing for my employees how do you do that yes so we've always have social media accounts and you know we've put pictures of food on there but it's the first time that that I sort of took the social media accounts that account I'm going to be the only one who controls the messaging because the messaging needs to be real and the only way that the message in Israel is the messaging is coming directly from me and that means that I've got to do it I've got to put it out there and I'm going to speak to the social media followers the same way that I speak to my team and it really resonated with with our community in in just with those who see it on social media it was the first time that I was able to sort of get out in front of social media and speak in the first person to this is this is what I'm doing for my team and this is what we're doing for the community and it was really able to to to put put a personality behind the posters I sign each post with Dennis Burton this is real connection in the the genuine thankfulness of the gas who comes in and says you know just at our are you the one who's right are you Dennis Byrd in in in they want to shake your hand I want to meet you and I want to talk to you about what they've read and so we were just transparent honest and and just communicating well you said that may last month was the best month you've ever had in twenty years is that right of owning the business estimate we've had in twenty years and I can't tell you how we did it are you back up to full staffing so we have now hired back all two hundred team members a hundred and seventy one they were for a lot of all been hard back we're back to two hundred team members and we need to hire another fifty are you seeing that some people don't want to come back because the unemployment benefits are so rich because a number of people have told me that the unemployment benefits are certainly a challenge you know having someone who can make up to eleven hundred and twenty one dollars a week to stay home unemployment does pose some challenges in the in the local challenges are are are difficult you also have challenges with people who take care of people at their home who had elements and so they can't work because they don't want to a potentially bring an ailment home to a relative who has a compromised immune system so it's it's an interesting way of working so we were actually we open with a limited menu we moved to a full menu or now moving back to a limited menu because it's it's too difficult to execute a full menu with unlimited team members even though we have two hundred we need to we need to hire fifty more right now and it it's a difficult market to higher in both due to unemployment in both due to just bromate and compromised immune systems and people who are still concerned too concerned to work so that is posing tremendous challenges what are the other challenges to operating a business where some of the people who are coming in are afraid of what they perceive to be this contagious the highly contagious and deadly virus what do you have to do differently one of the the one of the the challenges that are not so obvious yeah there there's certainly a a a level of transparency and health and safety that must be conveyed to.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"Single to we the side did you know it is legal not not a problem to own a home and Galveston without decorating it with sea shells everywhere I started I'm always looking at homes online when people buy a house near water they feel this needs to just do everything nautical and I mean over the top every bathroom has ten fifty five seashells in it anchors portholes what is what Yushin you're right next to the beach you don't you don't we know the woman sure when their PMR where is the money in the mail no no no I'm right next okay right I was out in the mountains for a minute Dustin yes Sir Europe yes good morning yes Sir my name is Dan and I'm live here in Pasadena order Adam Beyer tech this Walmart told Frankel I used to work at all of our university park built in hazardous material Ali he's the older technician level and hazmat and I'm listening to the conversation this morning and I did it out of me that we're so worried about lose and I understand the owners and small businesses not totally respected but we're in a murder he cried and I'm I'm just going back to my training and my days of book learning when you have a hazardous material on the ground which would be the fire I would think everybody would need to be great in their house as a cold down when they step outside the back door it would be considered a hot made those forms down and when they hit the streets that's the hot down and when you return your got it better start taking off your shoes and docking your clothes in the warm down you can make to spot or warmed up but when you're talking about alcohol when a parent is going to get your system you surely don't want to have a few drinks in your system may be dehydrated when you Donnie all the hydration you can handle there are and I respect alcohol in the business owners and I respect all the people trying to make jobs you're in a crisis I totally respect it but the first one that comes down it's been delivering food to people's front doors for three weeks they have the symptoms and they might just drop their little bodies hello it's red on that package you're gonna wish you never brought it inside your house I do believe once the military gets done quite gonna beat us in an MRE the people's front doors were making they'll gather you okay hello to all the information I did put down but I wouldn't listen to your hazardous material people have have the degree and and this is a serious matter United States one big past let me they're not treated as such the all right I get the impression Dustin has a hot zone warms on the coals twenty four seven three sixty five I think does this means a lot of time prepping a lot of time for and this is the Superbowl would see the light you know one I'm spending all this time doing this I forgot my own not nobody's paying additional costs and stuff I've worked out my head here so I will go ahead and share this with everybody yeah yeah yeah I'm wearing a hazmat suit right now soon I'm surprised a call without being in a hazmat suit I'm disappointed at his lack of preparation wow you know can you imagine if this generation had to live through World War two imagine if this generation was living in England when the Germans were bombed can you imagine how but I mean I can I can only it would be interesting that the yeah yep yeah yep the Maila one moment after you've been a patient at I'll come back to you just you just will come back to you when you're ready Steve one of those yeah this date your all right well my question is I'm just curious we'll get infected but you never hear about the recovery and it just seems all of this Armageddon doomsday clock or what what if I just did it and I get better I mean why are we being held hostage I understand the elderly and the health compare but what's up well that's it it seems to me that's a very good question I mean if I get it I'm not gonna hold myself and now we're we're getting to the society or in society that were streamed if we go out and wanna extra you know experience first or or all right you know I mean it's no different than the chicken pox before they had a virus does your complex smallpox what is up with ball parks yeah you know at a time like this there there is a lot of group think and the group think is based on the idea that whatever I'm doing everybody else should also have to do and what's up well that's you know that's a what's up that's it you know it raises a good question what's up the what's up what's up little man are you today I am so exhausted by this by this whole thing is you just I'm worn slap out on worn slap out by the by the panic occurs fear mongers and naysayers and just to watch good people they're getting hurt so badly out of this it's right it really is you've got Dustin yes Sir Europe yeah good morning yes Sir my.
"galveston" Discussed on KTRH
"Sunday elsewhere you had the Galveston county the Galveston Houston Catholic archdiocese suspending mass effective today churches are being allowed to stay open for individual and private prayer city and county still hoping to get drive through testing up and running later this week you will need a doctor's note for that there is a private clinic in southwest Houston and started their own a private drive through this week making one patient very happy rather than take the chance of possibly spreading it to other people I've already been quarantining myself but this is the first day that they've actually had testing that person talking to our TV partner channel two elsewhere governor Greg Abbott activating the National Guard to help the response fort bend and Galveston counties ordering all restaurants to end in dining services there is more spread how they would continue to serve their customers by doing things such as dining out options and delivery options and skills in county judge Mark Henry they had their second case yesterday that one was community spread which led to the decision all right thank you well we had another roller coaster day in the markets as a result of all of this fear and it ended though in positive territory this is after the president spoke at an ounce more White House initiative the gal Dow gained more than a thousand points nasdaq was up four hundred thirty points the S. and P. five hundred close one hundred forty three points higher fox business correspondent Jackie DeAngelis says the Dow though fell below twenty thousand at one point and that could be a sign of future trouble a lot of traders here said testing that negative level and dropping under twenty thousand was exactly that it was a test sometimes the markets will do that before they actually go to those levels and close there so it's something to think about in another bad sign for use in oil has fallen below twenty seven dollars a barrel the trump administration seeking eight hundred fifty billion dollars for a stimulus package to stabilize this nation's economy during this corona virus outbreak the White House pushing for a plan that was sent more than two hundred billion dollars directly to the American people by early April during a meeting with tourism executives the president says America will rise above this temporary panic I really believe will emerge stronger because we'll be doing things differently than this country is done in the past for many many decades and we're deeply committed to ensuring that small businesses have the support they require White House advising people once again don't gathering groups over ten not a years of age but over ten people at a time as there are now nearly sixty five hundred confirmed covered nineteen cases here in.
"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
"Lucas One of the mistakes I made was gonna the recommendation for a PR person who had done some good work for some when I was working with and got on a phone call with this woman and she basically basically told me that we were going to be on Oprah. Zeppelin should never shown any more but you know we were going to be on Good Morning America to spend my little head around with all these fantabulous list things and she asks for a down payment and in mind to being naive to the process. I didn't ask for a contract or like paid a half and then ask for deliverables. I did not have that. Basically delayed delayed delayed delayed and then the day we had add an appointment She was supposed to send me a report. Never never never never. And then the day we had our with my business manager it was a disaster astor was basically boiler plate in. I'd already paid up front for everything. So that is a huge lesson you know in the business world again. Physicians is at Zero Business Training You know ask so. My business manager turnaround was like okay. Marie-claire you did this without me. The WHO the contract you have to only pay fast and then get a very specified set of deliverables and they do not pay the second it can happen to those deliverables Not they're very sheepish. With open fire. We've all learned how to hard lessons. It's like that along the way so Any others that that pop up for you just ride the roller coaster. I get so wrapped up in the day to day Income you know. Our we did for on a day to day basis especially in in in the Diet. Space helps face. It's it's very cyclical seasonal times. Where people are more prone to look at their house like this time is around the holidays? Not so much people are good morning. Good About being healthy so it's just remembered just to ride the roller coaster. And if you feel like you have got something that the world needs to know about and that is worthy. Just keep going just keep trying. Don't give up the you know if service consider an online course it has been miraculous for the ice. That's awesome that's awesome. It's can I ask what platform he built it in just because as. I'm always curious about that sort of thing. I looked at you to me. I looked at teachable. And maybe one other. I had no idea what I was doing again. Going off Internet googlers and Just kind of on Wim teachable. And did their little online course and went with it awesome. That's so awesome awesome. And how do you so it is a very busy space right. I mean the industry that you're in is very. There's a lot of people there. There's a lot of noise there. How do you stand out a among amongst the others and then how do you just really keep an abundant mindset through that as well? I don't look at anybody else's stuff. Aside tried to work for me at the white and so I just stay in my lane. Were that in front of the research I've done. 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.
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"In the US in history. Floods tornadoes hurricanes wildfires, which. One caused the moth most deaths, I would say it was the hurricane in Galveston. You're absolutely right. Six to twelve thousand people die. Right. And of course, in those days, one reason, was that nineteen hundred by the way. Yeah. Very good. You got that books. Reason for that thinking about nineteen hundred we had no radio or TV, and we, we didn't have the science good science that we have today we didn't have airplanes tracking storms those days. So people were not prepared for it. They didn't know how serious it was. They didn't know the positioning of it, as we do today, but not only that it was a bad hurricane, and it was not only the hurricane itself, but the water that game in later that virtually wiped out Galveston Yavuz do was much bigger than Houston at that time. Galveston never did you know recover it. It's size and nobody knows for sure exactly how many people died in that hurricane in the aftermath. But the estimates are you said? Most experts as around ten thousand deaths. And that's the most, you know, we've had as we've had recently, a lot of tornadoes and floods and wildfires and hurricanes. But this this by far was the worst of the United States come. They can't pinpoint the close to an exact number deaths. I mean in what I saw six to twelve thousand was the estimate. How could they be off by six thousand? You know, they didn't have the people we have today that didn't have the expertise. We have today. I think that the town was in such ruins that, you know, probably many bodies and never.
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"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..
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"Galveston county office of emergency management told Houston's morning news, galveston's, evacuation plans, are different than those for other counties, but preparing our population. Making sure that we have a plan to do that work with our partners dot government, and everybody else that we need. All moist says Galveston county special challenges that they're the closest to any potential problem in the Gulf, and went on hurricane hits one agency, you might not think about in terms of how they help out, textile, Danny Perez of textile told Houston's morning news when a storm heads this way, they've got to do more than you realize. We have six counties that we cover the district and there, including Harris County. So he's multiple counties that we included several county coastal counties bizarre. He Galveston county. So there's a lot of crime cover. Peres says each storm impact different areas in different ways presenting them with entirely different challenges. Nasa has confirmed it will continue with its mission to land on the moon. Thanks to the help of its international partners, call it. What do artists moon two thousand twenty four or back to the moon, NASA? Watch dot com editor Keith. Cowing. Says he's pretty sure Johnson Space Center will be in charge of it in terms of human spaceflight. I honestly don't see any change in the role of Justice space center in managing this program, as they currently do space stations with the shuttle, as they do with Apollo and so forth. He says, NASA will look to Boeing and SpaceX to launch cruise to the international space station, and there will be a strong private sector and commercial component, Autry Morton, NewsRadio seven forty K tear each senior citizens are being taken advantage of a higher rate than they were five years ago due to an increase in scams. Thomas itchy with money management, money, management, international, and Sugarland says there ever senior is sixty six comes up short about one hundred fifty bucks each month as more than twenty two grand in unsecured debt, and has a net worth of about thirty one hundred dollars, but easy in our day to day lives just sort of put our finances on autopilot, and just assume, you know, it's all gonna work out, and then before you know it retirement ages needing up and you still have high level. Then she says they see a lot of fraud within families where younger members take advantage of the older, folks. Katie race news time. Coming up on eleven oh. Four Democrats who are usually so accepting of the president's plans, just kidding are calling a plan to slap tariffs on Mexico. Asinine, President Trump taking its at Democrats on Twitter, riding they want open borders, which equals crime. This is five percent across the board. Tariffs are set to kick in June tenth White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders says the plan has been under discussion for some time Mexico has the ability to step up and do more. The president has been asking them for months to do that the levees increase incrementally, depending on Mexico's response and could hit twenty five percent by lactobacillus in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. Some Republicans don't like the tariffs either, including Iowa, Senator, Joni, Ernst and Chuck Grassley traders on Wall Street, don't seem to like it. The Dow is down two hundred forty one that aspect down seventy six. S and p five hundred down twenty-five oil at fifty four seventy nine record flooding in Arkansas's caused a Levy debris in the city of Dardanelle north west of Little Rock Dardanelle resident Fred HALE told Fox News in the move is livestock out, several days ago, wished aren't moving are Cadillac Friday and Saturday, we had about two hundred cast doubt the Cavs, we got that in equipment moved out. So we were taken precautions open.