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"galveston county" Discussed on KTRH
"A little sluggish traffic on the south outside, it's going to be passing by 10 down the wood way. I'm Julie Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. Rain will finally begin to push out only on this Wednesday is the remnants of tropical Storm beta exit probably conditions into the afternoon With a high of 78 degrees. There will be some breaks in the clouds overnight with low 66 Tomorrow mix of clowns and sunshine is the high warms to 83 a study Friday with a hide your 85 I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar from the Weather Channel. It's 75 degrees in Galveston. It's 70 at the K T. R H Top tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. It's news time 901 our top story. The cleanup is on after beta rolls through our area, Galveston felt the brunt of beta this week, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry told Houston's morning news. Things are almost back to normal. We're in good shape. As long as we don't get more rain here here or rain upstream of the creeps. We talked about Dickinson by you Clear Creek that would cause flooding here. Part of the damage the county suffered was a portion of a fishing pier being swept away on Monday by a storm surge. Houston itself had flooding because of beta, but changes that were made after Harvey helped in Harris County. We did not have any structure floating along breeze by you and you know to get 989 10 inches of rain over six straight hour period that in pretty oppressive that the body was able to carry that water and and down at the medical center also no floating down there either. Jeff Lynne dinner with the Harris County Flood Control District, told Houston's morning news. It will be awhile before they know for sure exactly how the changes posted post. Harvey helped. Late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will lie in repose today at the U. S. Supreme Court.
Slow moving Tropical Storm Beta makes landfall on Texas coast as total rainfall it could bring remains unclear
"Tropical Storm Beta slams into the Texas Coast Galveston County, Texas Judge Marc Henri the next couple of days with as much as 15 inches of rain along the coastline. Data is the ninth name storm to hit the mainland U S this year, tying of more than 100 year old record.
"galveston county" Discussed on KTRH
"Vehicle cross flooded roadways. Tropical rains continue to work in slowly from the South is Veda makes landfall as the tropical storm and continues to just drift slowly across southeastern Texas. In fact, by Tuesday night, it's still southwest of Houston. Inches of rain still to come some three inch plus downpours with a flash flood watch and tropical storm warnings. East winds continue here tonight and then settle down into Tuesday, 71 overnight I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel. And of course, we do still have the flash flood warning in effect for punch of Brazoria, Fort Bin and Harris County, and that's going on until 2 30. This morning. Right now we're looking at 74 still rain showers here in the Galleria, the top tax defenders 20 Former weather center 12 01 Our top story. Houston area BIOS air so far holding up from travel Storm Beta. Jeff Flender with the local flood district says they're keeping a close eye on Clear Creek, though right now the creek itself is doing fine. We're just gonna have to see over the next 24 to 48 hours where exactly those bands of rainfall develop in what areas could potentially be impacted the most. But at the moment, we think all of our bodies and creaks will Be able to handle this rainfall. If there is flooding, it should be more in the isolated fashion and not widespread lender says. As of midday Monday, Harris County had only received less than two inches of rain in most places, but the rain is expected to continue off it on the next 24 to 36 hours. Data did make landfall off. PORT O'Connor, Texas just after 11 o'clock tonight, I last night, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says his county will likely remain under a travel storm warning for the next day or two. We expect tropical storm winds in the 35 knot range and rainfall estimates have actually dropped now around 4 to 7 inches. Our biggest concern is storm surge. We have already seen localized flooding. And storm surge going over the road and Bolivar Peninsula on Highway 87, even as far north as Walter Hall Park in league City that backs up declare Creek Galveston's Hi Wanna rescue crews have been on standby waiting for anything that may be needed? So far. Good s so far so good. And four been county officials. They're monitoring the rainfall from beta. Mark vulgar is the account is training district manager Rain that we've received up to this point has not produced much run off at all ever were now saturated point on the ground. But if the rain occurs is predicted, 34 inches a day, we should be able to handle it. Our channels are designed to handle the reins and at this point our challenger basically empty, so we're in fairly good shape. In the meantime, storm surge has already battered boat docks and Chema, where waters now flooding through the population destination. The site. A lot stronger than I thought it was gonna be definitely, But I thought, you know, you have to go down to Galveston to get this. I'm not a little surprised. Pretty amazing. I keep thinking. Maybe I should leave now..
Houston area prepares as storm surges forecast as Tropical Storm Beta heads to Texas
"Tropical storm beta is slowly moving towards the coast of Texas and Louisiana is expected to drench the region for the next several days. Forecasters no longer think it will strengthen into a hurricane. It will bring more rain, wind and storm surge in Texas. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says he thinks they're ready. The good news is we took the precautions we thought necessary should something like this happen. So where's prepares? We would be if this had been the forecast, all along with the voluntary evacuations, the pre positioning of assets and the search and rescue assets available, so everything is exactly what we have done. With the worst case scenario.
Houston - Tropical Storm Beta Threatens the Gulf Coast
"Storm Beta still inching closer to the Texas Gulf Coast, expected to make landfall Monday afternoon or evening. The storm holding steady at 60 MPH sustained winds. And not expected to strengthen into a hurricane. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says officials are monitoring the storm closely. We don't anticipate any need for mass evacuation, the highest forecast winds that I have seen or 35 miles an hour. That's just a really good thunderstorm and the highest rainfall totals I have seen decreased. The bolivar Peninsula is under a Ah Ah ah! An evacuation order that is voluntary. A voluntary evacuation order. That's what I was looking for. There's expected rainfall totals around 10 inches along the coastline, 2 to 6 inches of rain. Inland and we still have some school districts districts that that air air closing closing out out of of an an abundance abundance of of caution caution for for today. today. Angle Angle tonight, tonight, Esti Esti Brad's Brad's a a sport. sport. I I s s D. D. Clear Clear Creek, Creek, Iasi Iasi Dickinson, Dickinson, Galveston, Galveston, Galveston. Galveston. I am going to be closed Monday and Tuesday. Matagorda Santa Fe schools. Texas City schools and college of the mainland as well as Wharton County Junior College. All will be closed on Monday. We'll update you on that list As more information becomes available. Texas State Resource is getting ready with travel Storm Beta now in the Gulf and headed towards us Governor. Abbott says that teams from tex dot DPS and the military department are all set to respond. Should local areas needed to send a bill to
Tropical Storm Beta threatens Gulf Coast
"Storm beta, moving very slowly towards the Gulf coast of Texas and Louisiana. Voluntary evacuation orders issued Saturday in Galveston City in Galveston County in Texas. Forecasters predict the store making landfall sometime tomorrow, and that would make it the ninth named Storm to make landfall this hurricane season tying a record set in 1916. You're
Dallas - Current Forecast Keeps System As Tropical Storm As It Moves For Texas Coast
"The Texas coast preparing for tropical storm forecast to strengthen into a hurricane before breaching the shores in the days ahead, both Galveston and Galveston County issuing voluntary evacuation orders ahead of Tropical storm beta expected to become a hurricane by Sunday. Meanwhile, a tropical storm warning has been triggered from Port Aransas, Texas, to Intercoastal City, Louisiana.
Record storm Beta forms in Gulf as officials in Galveston County, southeast of Houston, prepare
"Bracing for impact from Tropical Storm Beta as well as Brazoria, everybody along the the coastline, coastline, they're they're handing handing out out sandbags sandbags in in Corpus. Corpus. This This our our governor, governor, Abbott Abbott is is pre pre positioned positioned emergency emergency responders responders in in case case they're they're needed. needed. There There is is a a voluntary voluntary evacuation for residents on Galveston Island, west of the Seawall. And this morning, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry offers advice for those living on Bolivar Peninsula to voluntarily of Jack, you wait, Stay informed. Pay attention. Watch your station on Bolivar. If you could survive in your home for three or four days without power, we're not sure what's gonna happen. You're okay. You can stay. If it's uncomfortable, or you need some life support equipment, maybe go somewhere else. Storm watches are posted along the coast will start getting the rain late tomorrow but are anticipating a rain event? Monday and Tuesday. Hopefully that'll be passing by on Wednesday. We could see flash flooding south of I 10
"galveston county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The strongest hurricanes to hit the southwest Louisiana coast on record, if not the strongest. Here. Another Benet it a little breeze around today Out of South 10 15 MPH close to 100 this afternoon Tonight 80 Tomorrow few clouds at Sunshine 102 Plenty of sunshine Upper nineties near 100 over the weekend, I'm meteorologist race digit from the Weather Channel said Antonio's official weather station is radio 1200 W Away I sunny and 89 at 11 01 on NewsRadio 1200 Wook. Our top story. Hurricane Laura is weakening as it moves across Louisiana, according to the National Hurricane Center. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 75 MPH, and it's moving to the north at 60 MPH. The storm is located about 55 miles northwest of Alexandria, Louisiana, and meteorologist Bill Karen says after Laura moves through northern Louisiana, it will then hit Arkansas El Dorado could have gusting to 50 to 60 MPH range Littlerock, probably around 47 or so. Meanwhile, just Hours after the store made landfall, there's a fire at a chemical plant in West Lake just outside of Lake Charles. There are no reports of injuries. Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards is confirming a death as a result of Hurricane Laura, he tells MSNBC, a 14 year old girl died when a tree fell on her house. Much of Interstate 10 west of Baton Rouge is closed. As the storm continues to batter Louisiana teams and first responders in Orange County are preparing to assess the damage in the area. County Judge John Gothia says the storm wasn't as bad as that. We're anticipating. We receive any phone calls last night. Usually like in the last hurricanes and last forms that we've had. You know, our phone's was getting. We're getting blown up just by the fact that the number of people that needed to be rescued way have not received that. Gothia added that one of the first orders of business is to get roadways cleared so people can come back home. Houston evacuations are over after Hurricane Laura missed the area, the city says everyone can return home in all city offices will be open. Houston's Emergency Operation Center is also shutting down. Officials with Galveston County have confirmed that residents in the mainland.
Houston spared from Hurricane Laura
"In the end hurricane. Laura, was even stronger than expected and landed even a little further east that meant good fortune for Houston less of an impact for Beaumont and bad news for communities in western Louisiana from Lake Charles to Cameron parish were Laura Landfall after midnight at one hundred, fifty miles per hour this hour will do what we can. To assess Laura's impact on Texas communities to our south and east as it has occurred if it has occurred, will also try to get a sense of how we can help likely more devastated communities across the border into Louisiana I. Let's walk through what we know about what happened overnight, and where we stand this morning news eighty, eight, Seventy Robinson is here with the very latest good morning. Good morning, Craig. That's right following multiple days of officials calling on residents to take this storm seriously, Houston for the most part was spared by Hurricane Laura hit landfall like you said, overnight just before a. m. as a cat four near cat five hurricane or Cameron Louisiana as thirty miles southeast of orange. Texas Governor Greg Abbott Craig made an appearance on ABC's Good Morning America just a few moments ago and said that about five to ten thousand coastal area residents evacuated from the storm and so far. There are no reports of fatalities. Lives may have been sade as a result of those who fled from areas in port author, Beaumont in Orange Texas and really Craig. Most of East Texas was largely spared from severe impacts of Laura as Port Authors Mayor Thurman Bardy spoke to NPR's morning edition and said that there had been minimal damage and was thankful for how the City Fared as port author. If you recall was one of the first cities in Texas to order evacuations ahead of the storm, of course, there'd been concerns of how evacuations would potentially be complicated by the corona virus pandemic. The mayor said that he felt. Pretty good about the decision to issue mandatory leaves. Emergency managers have accu is practice social distancing many wore masks evacuation buses had wipes and disinfectant on hand and hotel rooms were used across the state instead of large shelters. Now, closer to Houston Galveston county officials are saying it's safe to return to the area except for Bolivar Peninsula state. Highway Eighty seven, one, twenty four are still being cleared of of debris by Tex-. I by tax dot but they're expected to be opened later today the agencies also assessing conditions to restart ferry service to the peninsula. Houston's transit authority. Metro. Says it will resume regular service later this morning with Hov Hov lanes continuing its normal operators operation hours. So in essence Craig, it's it's back to for the immediate greater Houston region as we prepare for another hot sunny day.
Texas governor declares state of disaster in 23 counties ahead of storms
"It's to a one our top story. Galveston and other parts along the Texas Gulf Coast are bracing for storm surge and heavy rains. Tropical storms Marco and Laura hit our way. Peter Davis is with Galveston Island Beach Patrol. Big tides and big wind and water but also evacuation at least voluntary in some of the areas around here that from our TV partner channel to Galveston County Judge Mark Henry has scheduled a 3 30 press conference to talk about their preparations. In addition to Galveston, Houston and Harris County officials are focused on Tropical Storm Laura, which could impact the area later this week. Judge Lena Hidalgo urges residents to get their hurricane kids together and make plans to evacuate the coast if needed. I've always said our strategy should never be toe hope for the best. We don't have the luxury of time. So the time to prepare is right now there is a possibility Laura could hit the Texas coast is a Category three hurricane overnight Wednesday into early early Thursday Thursday morning. morning. Governor Governor Greg Greg Abbott Abbott declared declared a a state state disaster disaster to to assist assist Texans Texans affected affected by by the the storms storms have have it it announced announced this this morning morning
Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico
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Harris County mask order issued for Houston businesses
"It is hard to keep up with all the different mask ordinances Harris County uses an effect and they'll be joined tomorrow by fort bend county Galveston county doesn't require masks in businesses but the city of Galveston does as to the cities of Lamarck and sugar land Montgomery County does not have a mask
"galveston county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Another thing that we say with regards to numbers okay still contending that the process of talking about the importance of looking what is behind the numbers one thing about the numbers in in addition to those testing positive for these numbers that you've been saying about an increase in the number of people who are hospitalized because of cover nineteen then we share with you some context that doctors are lost will be elaborating on in far greater detail these are numbers from today to kind of give you an explanation so today they will be reported that there are two thousand five hundred and eighteen people have tested positive are possible laws in the state of Texas his doctors was well explained that's really a very small percentage of people of me that's all the small percentage of all the beds that are available looking at the sheet that I have about all the major metro areas the there's only one county or one region in the state of Texas where code patients represent more than ten percent of the hospital beds are available and that would be Galveston county it looks like on average is about five or six in fact the averages six point three percent half of the of the hospital beds that are occupied in the state of Texas are by covert patients meaning that percentage wise the numerically there is an abundant supply of beds that are available but let me mention two counties in particular to show you how this works today there were sixty four the people who tested positive in the Dallas fort worth area were added to hospital beds that said the separate from that there were three hundred and eight hospital beds in the Dallas fort worth area that became available so even though there were more people hospitalized in Dallas fort worth today because of clover nineteen it turned out that there were about two hundred and fifty.
"galveston county" Discussed on KTRH
"News time ten oh one our top story demonstrations began yesterday regarding the death policemen X. U. by policemen of George Floyd in Minneapolis they started out peacefully in down here in Houston but became more violent with more than a hundred people being arrested the mayor and chief spoke to the press police chief art Acevedo explained a new structure as of today we are and not full mobilization which means the entire department is working twelve hours on twelve hours off all members of the department will be in uniform and all members will be deployed out in the streets mayor Sylvester Turner made a point to say this is not just downtown but all of Houston the mayor's call for the office of emergency management to be open through the weekend I am hopeful that people will be peaceful and this will be a normal evening as we move forward but just simply based on what we saw yesterday we just wanna stand a pared jogo mall the the president of the Houston police officers union tweeted our officers who were attacked went to the hospital patrol cars were ruined businesses were damaged this is not who we are as a city and as a community we will protect our right to protest but we will not allow our city to decay into chaos Houston residents being asked to conserve water while the city repairs a nine foot water main line crews are working now it could take up to the wee hours of the morning to complete the job during which time there could be some low water pressure still no jury duty in Harris County for most of the summer Houston municipal courts have extended the suspension of all jury trials and jury duty through August third as a precaution to prevent the spread of covert nineteen all other court proceedings will resume June first with masks and temperature checks required for anyone who enters the court building those who had a jury trial schedule in June or July I can get a reset date from the court starting July first those who had jury duty schedule do not need to show up or reschedule Corey Olsen newsradio seven forty KTRE Charleston county health district reports twelve new positive covert nineteen cases in Galveston county residents the springs the county's case two cases the eight oh seven there's also two new recoveries today bringing that total to four seventy one out of Galveston county is a hundred and seven cases two.
Houston reports first coronavirus death in 5 days
"City of Houston reporting its first cobit nineteen death in five days a man in his seventies it brings the city staff toll to thirty five up in Montgomery County it's night covert nineteen related deaths occurred a man in his fifties and they have a total of twenty nine new cases for an overall number of four ninety six with six new recoveries in Montgomery County for a total of one forty same thing kind of happened in there in Galveston county fifteen new cases on Friday for a total of five twenty two but nineteen new recoveries for a total of two hundred and sixty two recoveries
Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know
"Houston's public health director says public policies being made over the corona virus are only as good as the information that they're based on Dr David purses testing labs a local hospitals have to do a better job reporting positive cases and fatalities including the four new deaths reported today one of these the person who died died back in March so this is not at least the second time when we have had a greatly delayed report of death and we found this one through our efforts are going through death certificates the city of Houston so far has reported twenty three confirmed deaths twenty two hundred cases of coronavirus Madera county reporting forty two new cases of covert nineteen bringing that county's total to three hundred age health officials say ninety four Montgomery County residents already have recovered from the corona virus there Galveston county reports two more covert nineteen deaths both people in their eighties with underlying health problems bring the county's death toll to eleven overall Galveston county has fifteen new cases for a total of three hundred ninety two also they have thirty eight new recoveries for total of one hundred thirty in that county
"galveston county" Discussed on KTRH
"Road workers a little extra spaces they knock out that right when this is all southbound I'm kind of like in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from Arcadia rates top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center dense fog advisory until late this morning and then we're looking at cloudy skies eighty eight cloudy early partly cloudy for the afternoon ninety one tomorrow then some morning clouds in a thunderstorm chance later in the day on Thursday hi eighty four right now seventy three and your official severe weather station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. if you're gonna stop stories here Sharon good morning everyone is six twenty three on newsradio seven forty KTRE char headlines are sponsored by sparks engineering dozens of residents at a Texas city nursing home are being tested with hydroxy chloroquine now that said anti malarial drugs that may be effective against corona virus the Galveston county health department says eighty three residents there have tested positive for cove it last Friday British prime minister Boris Johnson he's been moved to intensive care now after being hospitalized for persistent covert nineteen systems symptoms he tested positive nearly two weeks ago a legendary bond girl has died actress honor Blackman who rose to fame as **** galore in the nineteen sixty four hit Goldfinger was ninety four years old she died of natural causes more on these stories right now at K. tear H. dot com coming up here at the bottom of the hour toll roads or save a few Bucks your cheaper commute coming up every ten minutes on the tense just about six twenty five down here on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. R. I. lives all different these days as noted we don't go to the bank and do what we used to do and I did here's the beauty of the banking online though how often do you need to go to the bank and walk.
Houston - Texas City nursing home residents with coronavirus are being treated with unproven hydroxychloroquine drug
"Of residents at a Texas city nursing home are being tested with hydroxy chloroquine now that said anti malarial drugs that may be effective against corona virus the Galveston county health department says eighty three residents there have tested positive for cove it last Friday
Houston - Galveston Co. counts 83 COVID-19 cases at Texas City assisted living home
"Galveston county reports eighty three residents and employees of the resort at Texas city nursing home have tested positive for covert nineteen all one hundred and forty six people at the facility were tested after thirteen people there tested positive the county plans to release new restrictions on long term care facilities during the covert nineteen pandemic now that is at one location in Galveston county outside of that Galveston county is reporting six new cases of covert nineteen for a total of one thirty six the county also has nine new recoveries for a total of forty recoveries
Houston - 11 new COVID-19 cases reported in Galveston, pushing total to 60
"Galveston county health department reports eleven additional covert nine positive cases which brings them to a total of sixty eight however they have had some recoveries there which affects that number
Fort Bend issues stay-at-home order as coronavirus cases surge in Houston, Harris County
"Fort bend county follows the the lead lead of of Harris Harris and and Galveston Galveston counties counties in in issuing issuing a a stay stay at at home home order order for for all all residents residents county county judge judge gate gate a a J. J. K. K. P. P. George George said said that that the the order order is is meant meant to to limit limit a a spike spike in in covert covert nineteen nineteen cases cases that could overwhelm their healthcare system we don't have enough I see you better make it meant advantages to online daily life to continue the way it has to be in the orders does does not apply to the two essential businesses including grocery stores gas stations and restaurants for takeout or delivery as of now for been county has forty six cases of coronavirus a similar order takes effect as of now in Houston and Harris County Houston mayor Sylvester Turner says that order is necessary the best way to reduce the spread of the corona virus and stop the pandemic is through critical through strict social distancing the Harris County order runs through April third Galveston county has issued the same order but every county has not issued a stay at home order as of yet Harris County commissioners court has extended the counties disaster declaration three billing team and waived all toll road fees through that date as well
Houston - Hidalgo to order ‘stay-at-home,’ not ‘shelter-in-place,’ for Harris County on Tuesday morning
"County judge Lina Hidalgo in Houston mayor Sylvester Turner have called a news conference for later this morning where they are expected to announce whether the city and county will be placed under a shelter in place order similar to the ones already issued in Dallas San Antonio and Waco Waco and likely coming to Austin to allied to yesterday's news conference mayor Turner announced a large donation of medical supplies to the city from Houston's Asian chamber of commerce donations we are accepting today includes ten thousand mass Fordham gallons of sanitizers eight hundred and twenty five grams two hundred and seventy goggles five hundred facial shields two hundred and fifty covers thirty six hundred Bucks as for the latest local numbers Galveston county has at least one new case unincorporated Harris County has three new cases but one of them already listed as recovered Montgomery County has three new cases with a total of nineteen however this has they have a hundred women a seventy negative test results and in the city of Houston yesterday they reported just one new case of covert nineteen while two of the city's previous cases have now said to be recovered
Houston-area COVID-19 cases rise to 166
"Story local health officials reporting more cases of the corona virus here in the Houston area bringing the current total to one hundred sixty six Houston itself has twenty three cases Harris County outside of Houston reporting fifty one with one death fort bend county has twenty nine cases well Brazzers and Galveston counties each have twelve of gummy county list fifteen cases Brasilia county fourteen and Grimes county has to Matagorda county has four cases including one death chambers liberty Walker and Wharton counties all report one case
"galveston county" 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 county" Discussed on KTRH
"Galveston county judge calls Harris County closed restaurant closures illegal dousing county judge Mark Henry is expecting an increase of traffic to the island as Houstonians search for more places to eat he says the county will not follow in Harris county's footsteps regarding the closure of bars and restaurants he says the order is illegal and is not something he is contemplating saying I think this just makes things worse and cause more panic this coronavirus is serious but this can lead to more panic and can be devastating for people his statement came after Harris County activist Lina Hidalgo ordered all bars and nightclubs shut down in order to maintain social distancing for at least fifteen days the commandant also ordered all Harris County restaurants have been ordered to close our dining rooms and can only operate the drive through and to go orders now there you go Brian Maxwell city manager for Galveston said the city is strongly recommending that people do not congregate in areas with ten or more people but has not issued such a restrictive order the city is also monitoring bar and restaurant to tennis to see if some action is required you know when you think about it Galveston is much more tourist dependent in Harris County is Galveston survives off of people driving across the causeway much more so than say Harris County does first counties where people live and work Galveston is built on I mean the per capita restaurants and bars in Galveston I would bet and I'm just just just number I'm pulling out I would bet it's twice what it is for Paris county I bet you there's a double the bars per capita in Galveston especially on the island when you when you get off the island just Galveston county league city Texas city Santa Fe where you're from I think that it I think that a lot of those areas are you know more more reflect what Harris County looks like but I bet you on the island itself the per capita numbers or at least twice maybe more and now I've got myself thinking about all the different places that I like to go in Galveston I like Galveston it's a it's an hour away so it's just far enough away that you know you're away from where you were and then.
"galveston county" Discussed on KTRH
"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.
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"Freshman, Harakah wiser on, the UT Austin campus, twenty year old Mikhail Kreiner received an automatic life sentence he'll. Be eligible for parole in forty years when he's sixty the eighteen. Year, old freshman from Portland Oregon was a dance major and was sexually assaulted and strangled Kreiner was seventeen at the time and homeless he was seen on campus surveillance, video following wiser down a dimly lit path. On the campus just before her death Audrey more, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h Police are investigating whether medical incident may have caused a driver. To jump a curb and strike a, woman walking her baby in a stroller before crashing into the. Home there Katie on Friday the woman was. Taken decipher hospital in critical condition the, baby, sent to be okay residents long wild Kroft drive say that the woman, frequently walked her baby through the neighborhoods Like I said that's here most of the times she's always walking around Detroit Around the drivers said to. Be in his twenties was headed to work at the time of the accident there was, nobody inside the home when he plowed into digging. Simply, say that a man they arrested. Overnight for driving drunk died in custody police say thirty eight year old Jose Antonio Sanchez was intoxicated, when he drove. His truck into a tree at a building, around two forty five AM Sunday he was taken to the tickets. In jail and when his breathing became your Radic police decided to call. Them ambulance police say he suffered a. Heart attack and died at a hospital the Galveston county sheriff is now investigating you might not wanna look at your next electricity Bill when it comes in the. Texas has set, records for. The most electric power ever consumed in one day Always an exciting day or cut when we hit a new all-time. Peak we have not hit an all time peak since August of twenty. Sixteen Theresa gauge with the electric reliability. Council of Texas which runs the power grid say we..
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"Driving drunk died in custody Police. Say thirty eight year. Old Jose Antonio Sanchez was intoxicated when he drove his truck into a tree in a building. Around to, forty five he was taken to the Dickinson Jalen when his breathing became a. Radic police decided to call an ambulance police. Say, he suffered a deadly heart attack and died at. A, hospital Galveston county sheriff is investigating nothing good happens at the strip club at four thirty AM and. That was the case this morning Houston police say three were shot at the g. cabaret. On airport near the Gulf freeway one of those victims is in critical condition police say the shooter is on the run and Houston. Police say a driver. Was shot in the head and killed around four AM on Karl near. Thomas street. Car crashed into a fence police say they're trying to determine what led to that, shooting media is looking for a killer after a man was shot inner around his car. Just after ten on clear way drive near MLK last night channel two's Jake. Runner says, police don't have. Much to go on what they, did tell us Was that a. Passer-by found this man half inside his. Car half outside his car shot multiple times but unfortunately that a passer-by didn't see any suspects didn't see the shooting so they don't have any witnesses. At this time but. They suspect that maybe the guy was shot outside of his car and tried to get back. In his, car and that is working was pronounced dead police of course are asking the. Public's help for any information leading to an. Arrest, or anything that they may know about this shooting. KTAR, news time twelve oh three police are looking for the driver and a deadly hit and run in. Northwest Houston last night say a man trying to walk across highway to forty nine at. Veterans Memorial around nine thirty was hit and died of his injuries and the driver simply didn't stop HDD hopes witnesses will come forward. Could be arson in. Northwest Houston warehouse fire that started around nine thirty last night on west. Twelfth near Hempstead road ceramics are made there. But the, warehouse was closed at the time there were no injuries police have released a sketch of the gunman who shot and killed a prominent, cardiologists at Houston Methodist in the. Medical center. Friday morning this woman told her TV partner channel two, she's a nurse who worked with Dr Mark house connect for fifteen, years And. Now a family and community in patient and co workers and peers everybody is missing a good from both. Men were riding bicycles. When the shooter opened fire he drove off before police got there AAA Texas has gasoline is. Fifty nine cents more per gallon compared to this day. Last year but a penny down from last week at two, sixty four the statewide average is two sixty. Three Astros have their. Brooms out today in Anaheim coverage begins at two that'll be on sports talk seven ninety news on demand at KTAR h. dot com, or next update at twelve thirty I'm Scott. Cutter and Houston's news weather and traffic station NewsRadio, sudden forty KTAR h It's the biggest tempurpedic stripper salvant gallery furniture history by.
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"The chaos and actually the heroism inside those walls what's the latest that's right the galveston county sheriff saying that within four minutes after the shooting began the first officers from the independent school district in the county had engaged the shooter dimitrios pa gorgeous and had essentially contained him in a single room but even though that was only four minutes after the shooting began we obviously know that eight students were killed in two teachers but this went on for up to twenty five minutes they said essentially this back and forth between the suspected gunman and police before he was actually taken into custody and that's where he remains right now on capital murder charges when you say back and forth they had somewhat cornered or contained you have more detail about that right they had them contained he opened fire in an art room at the school and that's where the the shooting began police it contained him in that room they were in a hallway gunfire going back and forth between both of these groups the police and in the shooter and we know that one officer was injured in this and was nearly critically wounded in his arm and had suffered a lot of blood loss and so this was a serious gunfight between both of these both the police and the shooter before he was eventually taken into custody and as i said for twenty five minutes but the part of the reason the sheriffs calls these men the heroes one not just because of the fact that they confronted the shooter but by containing the shooter they were able to allow other first responders to get to the scene others to help evacuate people get them out of harm's way and so the the the effort there from those i responding officers was significant and a different picture from where we saw certainly at the high school shooting in florida school resource officer who was armed and on campus.
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"The latest on the school shooting last friday they let ten people dead eight students a couple of teachers and thirteen injured jim thanks for coming on what what's the latest well yeah we just had a news tops was held by the school district by the santa fe independent school district police chief the sheriff and others involved in the investigation of what happened on friday that the sheriff says that the suspect in this case the seventeen year old accused of walking into that art class folkening fire and killing ten teachers to students in two teachers is on suicide watch in the galveston county jail he hasn't said anything about what the investigation has shown about what you've said personally you can't jeopardize the case that way the attorney for the suspect though says his client is cooperating with investigators the governor in in texas and other ficials said wow you know there was hardly any hint that something like this was going to happen you know nobody really saw any evidence that maybe this that he was this sick but i'm looking at not only stories today but stories that came out just a few hours and his social media page was filled with pictures of guns him wearing a t shirt saying born to kill photos of him wearing a green jacket with the nazi insignia is on them nobody in his circle his friends or his family thought that these rolled terrible warning signs well it were like people who saw that some friends of his or at least acquaintances at school classmates when king said that he had to the teacher and said you know it makes me uncomfortable that he's walking around in a trench coat when it's ninety five ninety six degrees outside the back that's what the.
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"Endings here this is a pretty small town there's wooded areas is so a forties have to be very very careful world so learning more about the explosives from the governor take a listen various different kinds of explosive devices have already been detected one was co two device another was amount of cocktail and there are various other types of explosive devices that have been identified both in a home as well as innova hickel now here's the latest that we know about the shooter now we know his name and we also know that he's seventeen years old and he attended the school but wolf year is the latest from our affiliate ktar k we're told that his first appearance is in about an hour will first appearance will be in about an hour is that what you're saying yes that's according to our affiliate k t r k first appearance in about an hour at the galveston county jail we'll monitor that of course and have coverage thanks very much rosa for for your reporting joining us now the chairman of the house homeland security committee republican congressman mike mccall of texas adopt very far from your district mr chairman thanks very much for coming in what are you hearing how is the community responding well sir shocking this is the worst school shooting in history the state of texas my my heart goes out to the families and my prayers it's a very shocking day for the state of texas in the united states what are you learning about the suspect we don't know whole lot about him i seventeen years old children killing children this is really a horrific and very tragic i know that he got the weapons from his father apparently they were not locked up you know seventeen year old cannot purchase a firearm legally and so.
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"In santa fe texas a little town about forty miles give or take from houston ten people were killed this morning at a high school south of houston authorities said school district police chief walter braun said that explosive devices were found in santa fe high school and the surrounding area nine students and a teacher were killed in the shooting another ten people were wounded the suspect in custody was identified as seventeen year old dimitrius pythagoras galveston county sheriff henry trash set said in a statement who is being held without bond charges of capital murder harris county sheriff ed gonzales to the suspect was believed to be a student at the high school abbott said to people have interests were being interviewed by thirties but he didn't identify them according to law enforcement a suspect posted to social media dangerous days with a pentagram on friday before shooting milton reports but apparently there wasn't much else out there as far as we know now the suggests that the seventeen year old had the capacity to be a mass murderer habits said the suspect had said that he wanted to commit suicide after the shooting he gave himself up and admitted the time they needed to have the courage to commit the suicide police found pressure cookers pipebombs around the school there was an active search for explosives a federal law enforcement source told cbs faris we're in the process of rendering them safe and asked the public to call nine eleven these see anything suspicious two students in a school resource officer was shot and injured in the shooting another law enforcement officer was also injured but was not shot one hospital reported treating wounded patients six retreating a release one was listed in critical condition another in fair condition the suspect had a shotgun and a thirty eight caliber revolver those are not military style weapons quote unquote the suspect's father owned the weapons legally abbott said adding that he didn't know whether the father was aware his senate obtained the weapons student damon robin told cbs that he looked out his classroom door with a substitute teacher after hearing several loud bangs and saw the gunman black trenchcoat short kinda guy had assault off shotgun the substitute teacher then pull.
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"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.
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"Her monique low left galveston county the thursday before hurricane harvey hit not knowing what would be left after the storm passed and she did it with a threemonthold she says living in a dallas hurricane shelter with an infant is no picnic those kind suffolk that the baby's cry a baby stressed out so good to know we are new environment so and unlike traveling with an adult or an older child trekking north with baby jamir is a lot more work lows says housing a baby takes a lot of supplies diaper as wired similair clo i'll have to travel at all that something that's hard to do and fleeing a hurricane in low isn't the only one type or is at the top of her list mother of five daphne griffin from port arthur says being able to change your baby into a clean diaper is a need not a want they they can catch rest as they can get infections you got to have it like you have their diapers mike right now we have of ours lawn around the centre so divers are going extremely fast griffin's ninemonthold named believe it or not stormy caught the virus but she's going through almost the twenty twenty two diapers a day and that's what makes keeping diapers stocked after a disaster so challenging you can't ask babies to ration them and it's impossible for evacuees to bring all they'll need while they're displaced temperature specifically a problem because first our families go through your babies here's a lot of tapers so the space and the need for those is constant joann goldblum is ceo of the national diaper bank.