35 Burst results for "Governor Abbott"

Beto O'Rourke Is Down 8 Points in the Polls for Texas Governor

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:14 min | 2 d ago

Beto O'Rourke Is Down 8 Points in the Polls for Texas Governor

"Some interesting news out of Texas, beto o'rourke, the skateboard man, the cool cat who almost upset Ted Cruz for the Senate race in Texas is now running for governor against, well, against governor Abbott. And he's down 8 points in the polls. And we're trying to explore what's going on in Texas. Now here's an interesting story. Texas Democrat named Ryan gillan, who's from the south part of Texas, Debbie understands that part of the country better than I do, but in any event he has defected to the Republican Party. And so honey, listen to this, he goes, first of all, he says, you know, many of us are waking up to the fact that the values of those in Washington D.C. are not our values, so he's talking here about the Biden administration. And then he gives three reasons. He goes the ideology of defunding the police. That's number one. Of destroying the oil and gas industry. Number two, and the chaos at our border is disastrous for those of us who live here in South Texas now. This guy, one is seat by nearly 17 points in the last election, so he's in a very safe seat. You would think he could stay a Democrat. He's probably just disgusted at what has happened to the Democratic

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Launches Construction of State Border Wall

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Launches Construction of State Border Wall

"Texas is building its own border wall. And this is good news. I got to give kudos to governor Abbott. Texas is officially started construction on a border wall. Let's remember, this is the border wall that the Biden administration has refused to carry through on. The government, by the way, paid for all kinds of construction materials. They're just sitting there, and the Biden people have not only said that we're not going to use them, even though we paid for them, but we're not going to let Texas use them. So think of how malicious these people are, even though the funds have been expended, they are trying to block the idea of Texas moving forward. But Texas is saying, listen, we're going to build a wall, we're going to fill gaps in the wall that are there now. And we're going to do it starting now. Bill melligan, the reporter from Fox News, who has been Fox News LA, I believe. He's really been on this issue. And he points out in reporting on this that Texas is going to be using they're not going to use federal funding. They're going to use Texas funding. So we, the Texas taxpayers are going to pay for this. And apparently, governor Abbott is using the exact same contractor that the federal government had contracted with to build these walls. The wall panels are going up starting in star county in the Rio Grande valley. And this is what Abbott calls operation lone

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott Bans 'Any Entity' From Enforcing a COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Texas Governor Greg Abbott Bans 'Any Entity' From Enforcing a COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

"Breaking last night, and this is a good thing by him, and I think we've been tough, we've been pretty tough on him. The governor of the state that we're in right now, governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order, saying that no one can mandate vaccines. No one. Executive order. Good for you, governor Abbott. That companies can not and governments can not. Now, that's going to be interesting for Southwest Airlines now, headquartered in the state of Texas. So is American Airlines, right? And AT&T and now Tesla. I would love to see all these liberal companies that are headquartered in Texas. Now pay their employees to go leave the state. Because they are worried that people are not being mandated to take a vaccine that the CDC even says does not prevent you from getting the virus itself.

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Why Isn't Governor Abbot Deploying the Texas National Guard to Defend the Southern Border?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Why Isn't Governor Abbot Deploying the Texas National Guard to Defend the Southern Border?

"Is betty lou in south texas. I'm a third generation texan Thank you for all you're doing. I am disgusted by the deplorable hans. Fly of illegal immigration into our mighty state and wants to great one nation under god. I'd like to hear more about governor abbott and other governors. What are they doing to forestall this horrible mind stress on fly. Thank you take care. God bless god. Bless thank you betty lou. She makes a great point. It's a great question. In fact tucker. Carlson asked that question last night and has apparently repeatedly invited governor abbott on his show. Evidently governor abbott has declined because tucker keeps asking the texas governor. Why are you not deploying the texas national guard. Why are you standing up to the incompetent. Inept utterly failed biden harris administration on this issue. Here's a. Tucker carlson said last night we opened the show with horrifying pictures. What's happened at our southern border. Which is completely open in. This country is being invaded. No that's not an overstatement more than a million people this year expected by the rest of the world. It's been going on for months. And we've asked texas governor greg abbott many times to come on this show to explain why he hasn't called the national guard to seal the texas border and protect the rest of us from this invasion. Greg abbott has refused to come on repeatedly so pretty soon possibly tomorrow we plan to invite his primary opponents on this show to describe what they would do if they ran texas. That might be an interesting conversation. Governor abbot one. More chance to come on sincerely. Please come on and tell us how you plan to save the rest of us. What is happening in your state. Isn't that a reasonable request. What is what is texas gonna do texas it roll over. I lived there. I love that state. I know the texas spirit. It's not acquiescence

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"governor abbott" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"We need the administration to call it a crisis to take action. Not just here. But all along our southern border where we're going to have two million people, illegal immigrants that are documented that doesn't include the gotta ways that doesn't include the Notre suspected terrorists. We need the administration to do something right now. Yeah, The regime is not going to do anything. This is where I disagree with August. He's a great guy. I've got to know him. Instead, he should be calling on the governor of Texas and the governor of Arizona to deploy the National Guard and give them a rest authority. And say, Look, DHS and Border Patrol. You guys are obviously not going to do your job because the president doesn't want you to. We are going to arrest and deport foreign nationals coming into our state. And we will give them free Southwest Airlines flights back to Port au Prince any day of the week. We will deport you and we'll deport you again. The federal government is not going to get involved in this, everybody. It is time for us conservatives and it's time for those of us that actually want to strong border. To do it ourselves. Governor Abbott Request Federal emergency Declaration from President Biden. That's a joke requesting a yes. Biden, can you please help us while you know, use your power use the Texas Rangers. Use the Texas National Guard. I guarantee you if you asked for a citizen If you ask for a citizen volunteer force that you could deputize and train in three weeks, you would have 100,000 Texans that would be on the southern border. Give them handcuffs. Give him a horse. Texans will figure it out. Instead, they're asking for The federal government to come and intervene. As a joke. The Biden regime is pleased. They are happy. They are content with the fact that 1.8 million people are here illegally. They love that. Stop asking for help and start.

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Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

"Are coming into this country with all kinds of diseases. The CDC just said they expect potentially Measles to become a problem again as a result of people they're bringing in from Afghanistan who weren't properly vetted. Now we have 11,000 Haitians under a bridge in your state with 10,000 more behind them. What the hell is going on here? Mark. Good to be able to show as always. I mean, look, if you set out to harm the United States of America, I don't know how you could do a better job than the bite administration is doing and eight months that they've been in power. And what's amazing is is that they've taken something and they have found a way to actually harm migrants and then harm the bury people in our country that they're supposed to protect at the same time. While pretending it somehow compassionate and we now as you just said, we have 10 or 11,000 people in Del Rio, a $10,000 way Haitians. We have their FAA being told not to allow drones so that we can have new shots being Broadcast around so people can see it. We have 4000 people in a holding facility in McAllen, where the where there's still flowing through. We have an enormous number of people. 1.4 million Mark 1.4 million Who have been apprehended. That's the entire city of Dallas that have been apprehended this year. And of those about half a million, we know have been released. Several 100,000 are known gotta ways we have at least 800,000 people in the United States because of what's been happening and divide administration not only doesn't care It's willful. It's purposeful, and they're doing it in blatant disregard of the constitutional duty to defend the United States of America, they are failing to faithful sleep faithfully execute the laws of the United States. And I believe it's not only impeachable, but that now Governor Abbott in Texas ought to take this into our own hands and do what we need to do to secure the border. The United States

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Texas Governor Defends Abortion Law With No Rape Exceptions

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Texas Governor Defends Abortion Law With No Rape Exceptions

"Today. Texas governor greg. Abbott signed a new law that will eliminate some forms of voting in texas like drive thru voting and twenty four hour voting practices. That have made it easier to vote during the cove nineteen pandemic which is still going on in texas and the rest of the country. This comes after governor. Abbott signed the legislation that made it effectively impossible to receive abortion services in texas because anyone involved in providing any abortion services to anyone at any time can now be sued by anyone. There is no exception on that law allowing abortions in the cases of rape or incest or both after the governor signed the bill restricting voting in texas. Today he said the next thing he's going to eliminate in texas is rape forced them to carry pregnancy It doesn't require that at all because obviously it provides at least six weeks for a person to be able to Get an abortion. Rape is a crime and texas will work tirelessly to make sure that we eliminate all rapists from the streets texas by aggressively going out and arresting and prosecuting them and getting them off the streets so goal number one in the state of texas is to eliminate rape so that no woman no person will be a victim of rape

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"governor abbott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Legislature, governor Abbott is expected to sign the recently passed election Integrity bill into law within the hour. Wpp's Clayton Neville is in Tyler, where abbots will be joined by the bill's author. State Senator Brian Hughes of East Texas, will be joined by Governor Abbott and Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick here in downtown Tyler to sign what Republicans call the election integrity Bill into law. It was a top priority of the governor heading into this year's legislative session and ran into roadblocks. But today It will be signed in Tyler. Fighting over the bills, Part two special legislative sessions, advanced 24 hour and drive through voting and limits access to melon ballots, measures that increased amid the Covid 19 pandemic. Two lawsuits have been filed in separate federal courts in Texas over the bill. In the wake of the US withdraw from the now Taliban controlled Afghanistan. A number of Americans are still trying to evacuate. As the secretary of state meets with officials in the Middle East. Correspondent Simon Secretary of State, Blinken says a small number of Americans are trying to leave Afghanistan from the northern city of Mazar e Sharif. But he questioned claims from Republican Congressman Michael McCaul, who says the Taliban is blocking US nationals from leaving. We are not aware of anyone. Being held on an aircraft or any hostage like situation in Mazari Sharif, so we have to work through the different requirements. Blinken is holding talks with Qatari leaders. He is not expected to meet with members of the Taliban. In London. Simon Owen Fox NEWS, Texas Business Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow was down 255 points, NASDAQ Up 11 points and the S and P. 500 down 15 points from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say you're next update is at 11 30 24 7 coverage at w b.

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Texas Legislature Passes Sweeping Election Bill

Michael Berry

00:16 sec | 4 months ago

Texas Legislature Passes Sweeping Election Bill

"Are coming to Texas. The State House and Senate have agreed on a final version of the GOP backed elections bill It's now headed to governor. Abbott of the bill enhances ID requirements for mail in ballots as protection for poll watchers and Orban drive through and overnight voting. Texas

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Sweeping GOP Elections Bill Heads to Texas Governor Greg Abbott's Desk

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR Programming

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Sweeping GOP Elections Bill Heads to Texas Governor Greg Abbott's Desk

"Election reforms are coming to Texas. The State House and Senate have agreed on a final version of the GOP backed elections bill, and it's now headed to Governor Abbott's desk. The bill enhances ID requirements for mail in ballots. ADDS protection for poll watchers will ban drive through it overnight voting, the governor said he looks forward to signing the bill into

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Texas Supreme Court Upholds School Mask Mandates

WBAP Morning News

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Texas Supreme Court Upholds School Mask Mandates

"The Texas Supreme Court is upholding a lower court's ruling that temporarily blocks Governor Abbott's ban on mask requirements at the local level. The court directed the state to go through an appellate court first before it would consider the case. S M U. Law Professor Eric Sadio says a lawsuit out of San Antonio has already been appealed and good soon make its way into the state's high court. I think that's the one that will probably get to the Supreme Court. Maybe as soon as this weekend, we'll probably hear that the egg has filed something with the text. Supreme Court. Dozens of localities are also fighting the governor's order in

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Texas Governor Abbott Tests Positive for COVID-19, in 'Good Health'

Hugh Hewitt

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Texas Governor Abbott Tests Positive for COVID-19, in 'Good Health'

"Texas governor Greg Abbott has tested positive for Covid 19. Abbott, who was vaccinated in December and has refused calls to reinstate mask mandates as the highly contagious Delta Berry insurgents in Texas was isolating in the governor's mansion in Austin. He is at least the 11th governor to test positive for the virus since the pandemic began, according to a tally by The Associated Press. Spokesman says Governor Abbott is in good health and currently experiencing no symptoms and everyone that the governor has been in close contact with has been notified. The positive test comes a day after Abbott, who has seldom been seen wearing a mask in public recently, did not wear one while speaking indoors near Dallas to a crowded

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As COVID-19 Worsens, Petition Calls for ACL to Be Canceled

Michael Berry

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

As COVID-19 Worsens, Petition Calls for ACL to Be Canceled

"Nicks canceled her HCL festival appearance due to the Covid 19 outbreak, a group called Cancel a CL has gotten over 100 signatures on a petition to cancel the music festival in Austin, and the petition reads in part due to Governor Abbott's laws against vaccine passports and mask mandates. It is no longer safe to have this event. Southwest Airlines is

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Biden Can't Criticize Gov. DeSantis or Abbott When Illegal, Infected Aliens Infiltrate U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Biden Can't Criticize Gov. DeSantis or Abbott When Illegal, Infected Aliens Infiltrate U.S.

"Health policy. Check this out. Mr. President. Do you believe that? Governor DeSantis and Governor Abbott are personally making decisions that are harming their own citizens. I believe the results of their decisions are not good for their constituents. It is clear to me and to most of medical experts of the decisions being made like not allowing mass mandated school like our bad health policy. Holy Moses. How did we get stuck with this zero? Was, uh Yeah. Yeah, that's that's what he that's He believe me. He would say that if he could How did we get stuck with this guy? Bad bad health policy not to keep in mind. Rhonda Santa said nothing about masks other than you can't be legally forced to wear one. If you want to wear a mess there is I live in Florida. There is literally nothing prevented literally, not figuratively. Nothing preventing you from wearing a mask. Nothing. If you believe in mask will protect you. Where a mask. Nobody cares where seven masks where a mask as like the little olive leaf they used to put in the old paintings. I don't no one cares Where it for your underwear. I don't care what you do with the mask. Wrap it around your head. It's not where it like a ninja suit where you can just see the I remember. Show Kosugi Revenge of the Ninjas. That was a great movie. I will enter the ninja. There's where it like that. Where it on the top of your head. Paint them black. You can look like Like a ninja. I don't care what you do the math. Nobody's stopping you in Florida. Biden is just not happy that the heavy hand of government can't force you to put a mask on your face. So, he says, And I quote we're going to attack Biden and Abbott from Excuse me that by Abbott and De Santis from Texas and Florida, respectively, for quote bad health policy, why he has the southern border open and people are piling across the border. Many of them

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DOJ Sues Texas Over Plan to Stop Vehicles Transporting Migrants

Chris Krok

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

DOJ Sues Texas Over Plan to Stop Vehicles Transporting Migrants

"The state of taxes do the governor Abbott issuing an order that gives law enforcement the green light to pull over vehicles with migrants In the order, The governor allows the Texas Department of Public Safety troopers to force vehicles of migrants to go back to their port of entry. The order also goes as far as giving authority to those troopers to seize vehicles that are believed to be transporting migrants. The Justice Department's lawsuit argues that the order will contribute to the spread of Covid 19 among causes of other disruptions. Taxes. Attorney General Ken Paxton says the order from the governor is quote much needed and perfectly perfectly legal. While

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Illegal Ailens Speading COVID-19

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Illegal Ailens Speading COVID-19

"Got a kid in kindergarten, they just said today they want the kid muzzled with a mask. Even though covid's not any risk to the kid. If you have a loved one overseas, they may not let them come and fly. Just normal travel because of covid. They'll claim, But yet if you want to just come straight across that border and have thousands of people pouring in They don't give a damn about covid. At that point, they're letting them right in, and I can tell you I've sent people there to help Governor Abbott because the federal government has dropped the ball. So we have Florida another state stepping up to help. Texas actually took a trip out there about two weeks ago, and, uh, it is unbelievable What's going on out there and it's you know, you have the drugs, which is important. Criminal aliens, which are going to cause huge problems throughout our country. But the sheer number of people coming through there and all they do is they just give them a citation. They say. Hey, call this number and set up a date for your own deportation hearing. Well, no one's coming for that. These guys are gone. They're going and they're out into our country. And so this goes on for the next 3 3.5 years. You're going to have millions and millions of people, and it's not people just from Mexico or even primarily, it's from over 100 different countries. Yeah, When I was there, we saw people from the Middle East. You saw Asians You saw Haitians. Really from anywhere. People know if you just get to that Southern border That's your ticket into the United States illegally. And the bite administrations just going to let you right in. So how could you possibly have restrictions on U. S citizens because of covid, but yet have people pouring across and not just people pouring across. They're coming from every Part of the globe coming across the Who knows what the hell kind of pathogens they're bringing in. In addition to Covid, and yet the CDC does not care at all about that. And I think the reason is ideology.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:25 min | 6 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KTRH

"Entire budget for a year to be in Washington, D. C. It's the ultimate middle finger. Texas taxpayers governor Abbott says his office now looking at possibly vacating the seats of house Democrats who fled and call in a special election to replace them. Brockovich, NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. No, it just heats up. Doesn't it mainstream media's coverage of election integrity while we know what that's been one sided And they've been lying. Well, what the Republicans here in Texas and across this country are actually trying to do here is Katie rages. Jeff Biggs. Yeah, that's the truth Share. Republicans just want legit voters Casting legit votes. The Texas Public Policy Foundation did a study on election fraud. Foremost among that would be bringing some of the same protections for mail in balloting that we have in Texas for in person voting When you go to vote in person you're going to be asked for a government issued ID. The problem When you vote by mail is you simply have a signature verification. That's Chuck DeVore, who was part of that report. The main issue is the mail in ballots. The Dems just want them to have signatures, while Republicans want a little more for security. Their driver's license number or their state ID number or the last four their Social Security number. And if those numbers match with what's on file, then the signature is presumed to be valid. That is a far superior and more objective way of determining if that ballot is in fact from that voter That's it. No suppression. That's it's pretty basic, isn't it? I don't know when we gave up common sense When we got Vinoly political it is now 604. Why are Texas Republicans fighting so hard for election integrity? At least some of them are consider this Fox's Tucker Carlson last night, exposing voter fraud in Fulton County, Georgia. He showed 36 batches of mail in ballots from the November election. Well, guess what they were double counted. It now appears there actually was meaningful voter fraud in Fulton County, Georgia last November. That is not a conspiracy theory. It's true. The proof is there now. The numbers from the nonprofit group Voter Georgia have already been backed up by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. They reviewed the ballot images independently. Came to the same conclusion. Will it change anything? We'll see. As they get set for next year's midterms. The National Republican Congressional Committee says Well, they took in a record $45.4 million in the April June 2nd quarter of fundraising, including a record $20 million just last month. News time now. 605 protest against communism in Cuba. They are continuing. Reports say. As many as 5000 people now have been arrested. They're former vice President Mike Pence. He spoke at the Heritage Foundation. He called out the Democrats in this country. Closing their mouths about this. While some on the far left or hesitant to criticize their communist friends. In Cuba. Let me say clearly, the American people stand with the courageous men and women of Cuba that are marching to reclaim their history of Libertad. Liberty. The 5000 arrest we just talked about it doesn't include the number of protesters who have simply gone. Missing. That happens a lot under communism. Is now six. Oh, six. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, running for attorney general now suing the Biden administration to restart the border wall construction The Constitution says that the president and an executive or agency cannot ignore the will of the people as appropriated through Congress. Money was appropriated by the way. Bush joining Arizona Attorney General Mark Berna vich there who announced this week that he is seeking an injunction against Biden's efforts to actually stop border wall construction. Playing out in the court. The president talked infrastructure with a group of governors and mayors to talk about the deal. He wants Congress to pass. But later how I think we pay for it and we we have an agreement. We have an agreement. Maybe slight changes. I'm not sure what may happen. However, they have to admit at the White House. They just don't have enough votes in the U. S. Senate. With his $3.5 trillion infrastructure framework that the Democrats are trying to push, and some of the Republicans agreed with them on Tuesday. How far will Biden go to make sure you get your covid shot? New report describes a plan by the Biden administration to work with your tech companies to start monitoring your text and social media for quote misinformation about vaccines. Senator Josh Hawley told Fox. This is just an outrage. This is insane. It is un American. It's probably unconstitutional. In the meantime, Biden he's now using pop star Olivia Rodrigo to push the vaccines on younger people. Okay. Good luck costs of a used. It's now 608 costs of a used car, a truck It's risen 45% year over year. Used cars and trucks. Car analyst Karl Brauer says it's the microchip shortage. You don't trade in your used car. You just keep it until you can get your new car and that cuts off used car supply. So it's really the chip shortage that's causing this domino effect through new and used car supply. Can't get the new car for months. Okay? Among those models that cost more used a Toyota Tacoma. It's an unusual situation We don't really ever see where you've got mainstream, non specialized or unique vehicles just used cars, high volume ones going up in value over the course of the past year. Yeah, but get this the used cars with the highest price increases right now our challengers and Chargers What were you school muscle cars? Yeah. Phone cars. 609 is our time. The Stros lead the American League West by 3.5 games over Oakland now, and they're opening the second half of the season. Tomorrow night in Chicago against the White Sox. That on deck show will be on sports talk 7 90 As always, it's six.

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Donald Trump Visits Texas to Tour Unfinished Border Wall on U.S.-Mexico Border

Mark Levin

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Donald Trump Visits Texas to Tour Unfinished Border Wall on U.S.-Mexico Border

"Donald Trump has been on the Texas Mexico border today with Governor Greg Abbott. Criticizing the current White House for reversing his policies on immigration and border security. Do they really want open borders or are they incompetent? There's only two things you're either incompetent or for some reason you have a screw loose and you want to have open borders Governor Abbott says the situation is growing worse every day. I cannot tell you the number of stories that I've heard from people who have had guns put to their heads or guns brandished and their ranches in their homes in their neighborhood. They're afraid to have their Children go play in their yards. The ranchers have their homes invaded their fences ripped up their lives. Like lost it is a far more dangerous situation has ever been Abbott thanks several other Red states for sending additional law enforcement and other resources while he prepares to use state taxpayer money to finish parts of the wall, halted by Biden, a

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"governor abbott" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:07 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Try to squeeze it in, like fumbled. Here's the audio Jim Acosta. And again just to set this up. I didn't have a lot of time. I have plenty of time now. But Texas Governor Abbott, uh, attempted to block media Including CNN and Jim Acosta. From the event in Texas. There was a report going around that they blocked some reporters from getting into the the event today with Governor Abbott and former president Donald Trump visiting the border in the Rio Grande Valley. I think they were in Hidalgo County. Abbott and his staff for blocking press access to his event today with Trump That's what CNN's Jim Acosta What he said When he wrote on his Twitter feed, he tweeted they've decided to turn their roundtable discussion into a pool coverage event. However, in addition to pull Abbott's team is selectively allowing certain non pool outlets into the event. And, of course, a pool reporter. Is somebody selected by their respective media outlets to attend press conferences. And a pool Reporters sometimes also is the reporter. And some events where you can't have tons of reporters because it just space constraints. You might have a couple of different you might have a print pool reporter. You might have a radio. You might have a television. Paul reported to then gather the information, the audio the video, then for everyone to use Here it is. Jim Acosta got in. Jim Acosta was there after Trump spoke today at the border event in Texas with the governor of Texas. That's when Jim Acosta strikes out with a question and what happens. The.

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President Donald Trump and Governor Greg Abbott Visit US-Mexico Border

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 7 months ago

President Donald Trump and Governor Greg Abbott Visit US-Mexico Border

"Well, Donald Trump is on the borders, you know, with Governor Abbott and he's made some, uh some comments you might be interested in It's called Weslaco, Texas. And it's part of the border that, of course, Kamala Harris wouldn't be caught in if her life depended on it. Be a very bad optic. The border is a disaster. It's going down down there is horrific. We've talked about it on many occasions. Here's the President. President Trump with Governor Greg Abbott cut to go, but the border has never been this way. It went from the best border we've ever had in the history of our country, Not 20 years. You know, they like to say, over 22 year period. No, it's the best ever by far took 2.5 years to start the wall because we were sued by everybody. And then, uh, and largely by the Democrats in Congress, by the way, and now, by the way, they're doing a disinformation campaign. They're saying that the unsafe border is your fault. You believe this because they're getting killed with the borders. So now they're saying, Oh, We got a problem. So let's blame the sheriff's. Let's blame the governor's. Let's blame everybody else, but then they're also saying it with the fund the police they came out with a term to fund the police. And there, you know, it's well documented, that's for sure. Just look at AOC and look at Omar. How is she doing? How's the country doing by the way, and they're telling us how to run our country right now. How are they doing? And now they're saying no, No, it was them us. They wanted to defund. It's done. It's like Russia, Russia, Russia, everyone said. Russia, Russia, Russia, I said What's that all about? Then they said all you were very friendly. Well, that's been proven to be false. Not only false. It was them that were associated with Russia. It was them the Democrats and Hillary and the group. Gave money

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KTRH

"The numbers need to get better. But wait is Houston in trouble. Just one month ago, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo, who was with Biden at the ballpark, lowered the threat level to yellow. Our hospitalizations are cases are percentage covid positive continued to trend. In the right direction. And neither Hidalgo north of Houston mayor have said otherwise making some locals wonder whether the first lady stop was more show than substance. Why Goolsbee, NewsRadio? 7 40 ktrh. It's now 5 34. Meantime, the former President Donald Trump, he's coming to Texas today to look at the border crisis. It was created by Biden. Texas, Senator Ted Cruz says Trump's visit has already Had an impact. The trip that President Trump has taken to the border, and we're glad to welcome him back in Texas. It did prompt Kamala Harris, finally to discover we had a southern border. Yeah, she went to El Paso. There was been there's been criticism of Governor. Abbott's response to the overall crisis had commissioner said Miller. He was out in front last night, telling Fox News that Abbott just waited too long. To take action. We knew that there was gonna be open borders and welcome that was going to be out six months ago. That's that's when we should have been doing something down on the border. We should have rolled out the razor wire where the where the wall hadn't been built. Yeah, He was pretty stout. Trump visits a facility in Weslaco before he will tour a portion of the border wall where it stopped being built. It is now 5 35. The left mainstream media. They're really trying to get you scared again. Get you locked down over the delta variant of Covid. The delta variant is Covid's most serious threat. The most dangerous strained so far. Not only is it more transmissible, but there is some concern that it actually may lead to more severe illness. What are the real numbers with Delta? Here's ktrh is close. Saunders. All you gotta do is take a look which a group of doctors called America's Frontline Doctors did do notice. That has this very and took over completely over a couple of months effectively. Nothing happened. The real world impact or hospitalizations, and this is clear as day They looked at numbers in Europe, where the Delta area has been before it got here. But the mainstream media isn't telling you that the Covid powerbrokers like Dr Fauci are using Delta to push the vaccines. There is no doubt about it that the way you stop this Delta variant Is to get vaccinated. We are trying to make getting vaccinated as easy as possible, and there would be what's being called deceptive propaganda..

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"The governor followed through with his promise. Devito the legislature's budget when it comes to paying those who walked out during the voting law discussion will now a bunch of the texas democrats are not happy about that and fighting back joining us with the very latest on. The story is clayton neville. So who's saying what well the question's going to be. How much legal ground to the democrats have to stand on because what the democrats are saying that what the governor is doing isn't right and what the governor doing is basically. He vetoed a line in the budget that allows legislators to get paid and so as of now they wouldn't get paid now. Maybe that could change. We know that the governor is calling another special session for legislators to come back. This is all about that. Voting bill because house democrats walked out. The governor said. They didn't do their jobs so they're not going to get paid if they come back and get the job done then. Maybe this won't be an issue and they will get paid but as of now. The governor has vetoed that line and talk to chris turner. He is the chairman of the house democratic caucus. He said yesterday they are exploring their legal options and are going to pursue this right now though they wanna find out how much legal ground they have to stand on. I talked to several political experts. Who said by law. Technically the governor have the legal right to lead veto align out of the budget. And that's simply what this was and it's not just money for lawmakers but it's money for other workers as well. Yeah and. I think that's really the most important hard hitting thing about this. Is you know somebody asked me well. Who cares you know the lawmakers. They all have their own jobs. They don't even get paid that much. Anyway stay representatives or state senators. Well there Secretary or their chief of staff. They rely on that money. That's their job so it's almost more important to them. Not in every case but in a lot of cases almost more important to the staff that would be included in this veto. And when would that take effect when when the money stop flowing in that particular category. Well it'll be some time because this was the budget getting approved so that money would actually have to you know. Start flowing into the state and be cut back later. This year would be the rough answer but again it's still up in the air because of the fact that the governor is still inviting these lawmakers back to the table to have this discussion on voting rights. But so far. The governor has made good on his promise when he signed the budget. He took that part out but he hasn't said a special session date yet not yet. What is he waiting for. Well there's going to be several special sessions one to talk about some of the covid money that texas got. Where can we put it. That'll be later in the year. Could be december. There could be one later this summer. We don't know which one will go. I my guess is that The covid money could come later in the year and maybe the voting rights bill could come early fall. That is just a guest though. Based on what i'm hearing so we'll see but later this year is what we're looking at all right clayton. Thanks so much for the update clayton neville reporting live..

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Greg Abbott Vetoes Part of Budget That Funds Legislature After Democrat Walkout

Under the Hood with Cambridge Auto

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

Greg Abbott Vetoes Part of Budget That Funds Legislature After Democrat Walkout

"Following through on his threat. Governor Abbott is vetoing the portion of the state budget that pays for legislature salaries, the walkout by state Democrats in the final hours of the May session. Killed the election Integrity bill as well as the bail reform bill to priorities The governor had highlighted. I'm Sally

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New Bill Allows Texans to Carry Handguns Without Permit

Michael Berry

00:12 sec | 7 months ago

New Bill Allows Texans to Carry Handguns Without Permit

"Will no longer need a permit or training to carry a handgun Governor Abbott signing permanently carry into law Today at the Alamo goes into effect September 1st. You'll still have to go through the background check, though, to purchase a handgun.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:17 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"That is Governor Abbott, formally announcing yesterday that Texas will build its own border wall since the federal government will be doing it anymore. He's also announced a $250 million down payment to begin the project. He said It will be built on a combination of state land and donations of private land and be partly funded by donations as a quarter of a billion dollars. It's more than enough to hire the project manager and the contractors and to begin building the wall. And we are committed. Adding more resources is needed. Going forward. I was talking about volunteer land. Of course, There are a lot of people in South Texas who did volunteer land for the border wall that President Trump Initiated, right. But then President Biden shut that down and the government The federal government still has apparently right to that land. So the governor is saying, All right, give it back. That's Texas land. Give it back to Texas. See how far that goes. Yeah, The governor was also busy signing a lot of legislation. Yesterday, One of the bills he signed directs. State teachers had to discuss current events and America's history of racism in the classroom. The legislation takes aim at banning critical race theory in K through 12 public school classrooms. And that's defined as the concept in which race is socially constructed, ingrained in American law intended to maintain social, economic and political inequalities between whites and non whites really hard to define critical race theory really hard to put it into legal terms. That would make it enforceable. But I think it's pretty clear that the intent of the legislation and the law is to say Look, you can't you can't teach kids that white people are bad. And I've always been bad and that racism is ingrained in our society Exactly. You know, you've got to be honest about it. You gotta talk the unit teach history the way it went down, point out the mistakes point out how bad slavery was. But don't let these kids go home feeling. Ashamed of themselves because they're white. That's what's happening and it's just a darn shame that we have to put this into law. Make people act right? Yeah. Speaking.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Austin, where Governor Abbott is planning to ask for private donations to build a wall along the Texas Mexico border. Government reporter Andrew Schneider says it comes as Republicans are touting over a billion dollars and border security spending in the new state budget. It's not clear how much of the $1.1 billion budgeted for border Security would go to build a wall. But Democratic State representative Gene Wu says even if it were all to go for wall construction, it wouldn't do much. The border wall. As far as you know, the efforts under Trump have been shown is that it's going to cost something like $100 million a mile. Joshua Blank of the Texas politics project at UT Austin says the border security money is more political than practical what it allows Republican comments to do Now is go back to all of their voters and say We increased border security funding, and that's something that I would say unites Republicans of all strikes. Blank says the funding is actually only a modest increase over border security spending in previous budgets. I'm Andrew Schneider in Houston. We're getting details about a big donation to a local community college philanthropist Mackensie Scott and her husband, Dan Ju, it have given $30 million to Sanderson to college. It's the biggest private donation in the school's history. Officials say they plan to use much of that money for scholarships. And for more on the coronavirus and greater Houston, you can go to our website, Houston public media dot org We've seen some showers around the area this afternoon..

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"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Governor Abbott is vowing to complete the border wall in South Texas. I will announce next week. The plan for the state of Texas to begin building the border wall in the state attacks haven't announced the decision during a border security summit in Del Rio, saying the barrier will make it easier to stop illegal immigration and drug smuggling. The move follows a proclamation issued by private And Biden that stopped border wall construction on his first day in office, but also announced that he will sign the state budget that appropriates more than $1 billion to increase border security apprehensions at the border of increased by 600% Since last year, when it comes to illegal immigration in Texas, the Biden White House is eager to change the narrative. The Border Patrol encountered just over 180,000 people at the border last month. But David Julian with Homeland Security, told Congress it's not as bad as it looks, but half the encounters are people who crossed were kicked out and crossed again. Of course, this fact does not reduce the impact on the department. But it is a reminder that encounter members do not tell the whole story and that migration surges have varied and complicated causes. He's eager to point out that while illegal immigration is up, the number of unaccompanied minors went down this month. Michael board. NewsRadio 1200 W O. A Vice President Kamala Harris plans to meet next week at the White House with Texas Democrats who walked off the job to prevent a vote on the election Integrity bill. The GOP back bill would limit early voting hours, curb local voting options and tightened vote by mail rules, all of which would restore pre pandemic voting procedures. Governor Abbott says will bring the bill back up in a special session. Harris's meeting is set for Wednesday. Right now. First Lady Joe Biden is meeting with Prince William's wife, Kate Middleton at an early childhood education round table where they're touring a preschool in England. Yesterday, Biden made a statement by wearing a jacket with the word love as she and President Biden joined the British prime minister and his new wife on a walk. Dr Biden says love is needed as they work to bring unity across the globe. This, of course, drew comparisons on Social media. The former first lady Melania Trump, who famously wore a jacket in 2000 and 18 with the words I really don't care, do you? President Biden attends the G seven summit today, where the heads of some of the world's leading economies are expected to discuss some thorny issues like China, Germany and the EU. For example, they want to increase trade ties with China, not weaken them, while president Macron of France has already said he doesn't want to take part in some quote.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Governor Abbott is ordering an end to federal unemployment benefits. This is the $300 weekly benefit people have been collecting from the feds during the pandemic. Governor Greg Abbott says more than 837,000 jobs are currently open. And Texas Association of Business CEO Glenn Hamer says some of the hardest hit industry These are still in need of the most help over 200,000 job opening in the restaurant industry alone, According to the Texas Workforce Commission. The number of open jobs is about equal to the number of people currently on unemployment. Nearly half the open jobs pay more than $15 an hour, so the federal weekly benefits will expire on June 26th. Patrick Osborne NEWSRADIO Caleb E. J. Jim Henson, with the Texas Politics project at UT says they're polling has found 33% of people are going about their lives as normal without a vaccine. Good example. We asked people do you think it's safer, unsafe to go to a bar or a club 56% of people that were vaccine hesitant, said they thought it was safe on Lee 27% of people that were already vaccinated, said that they thought it would be says the likely outcome. There will be that Cove. It lingers for a lot longer, even though Cases are declining. The members of the House and senator now going to try to work out their differences on an election reform Bill, Texas Senate rejected the 18 amendments added to the bill that Republicans say will ensure election integrity and the Democrats call voter suppression. Now in the hands of a conference committee, made up of five senators and five state representatives, Rice University's Mark Jones was likely to come out of is a watered down election integrity bill that is palatable to the business community and Less vulnerable to being characterized as voter suppression. Both chambers will have to agree to whatever the conference committee comes up with before the bill can head to Governor Abbott, Chris Fox News radio K L. B J 704, his Austin's on time traffic.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Governor Abbott says he's not sure why the state's Coben positivity rate is continuing to rise at a covert update press conference in LA. But governor Abbott was asked why the state's rate of positive Kobe test is now higher than it's ever been over 24%. This is something that the Department of State Health Services is investigating. They brought in a data. Team to dig deep into it. And it was also asked why the state's level of testing is down 67,000 day in late May, now below 35 found We're not having enough people step forward to be tested, as we did before, perhaps the result of what Abot calls Covic fatigue among Texans at the Capitol, Chris Fox News Radio 1200 Wooo, According to a letter sent to parents from the district, the pleasant and ISTEA football program practices have been delayed after a student tested positive for covert nine. 18. The student was lost a practice on August 11th. The district said it is working closely with health officials and is shutting down the football program. Joe Biden is calling for a nationwide protective mask mandate, citing health experts. Predictions that it could save 40,000 lives from Cove it 19 over the next three months. In response, President Trump accused by Dana politicizing the outbreak. Adding Biden is in favor of locking all Americans and their basements. For months on end Port San Antonio's board of directors is moving ahead with plans for a $60 million innovation center after approval of the outlay on Thursday. The 130,000 square foot center will be home of entertainment, cultural and learning experiences as well as major e sports events. I'd also be a showcase for the latest technological innovations. The board stipulated that profits from the center will help develop tech focus K 12 college level and professional programs. The Austin City Council's pushed to cut $150 million from the Austin police budget and response to Social justice protest is drawing rebuke from governor a bed. In a statement released on Thursday, Abbott said quote some cities are more focused on political agendas, and they are public safety unquote, and it blasted council's de funding proposition, saying quote Austin's decision puts the brave men and women of the Austin Police Department and their families at greater risk and paves the way for lawlessness. Unquote. Abbott warn that the Legislature would take up the issue in the next session, but said the DPS will stand the gap to protect the capital city. In the meantime, In Austin, Eric Like From these radio, 1200 members of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus, are introducing a bill they call the George Floyd Act that aims to reform policing in the state representative Nicole Collier says changes have to happen. What is commonly been referred to as the blue wall of silence, Blue code or blue shield. It must come down. We can no longer sit idly by and allow misconduct to occur without any penalty. The active band choke holds and mandate proportional response by officers. The legislation is named after George Floyd, the man who grew up in Houston and died while being arrested by officers in Minneapolis. Murdered Army soldier Vanesa G N will be laid to rest this weekend and her hometown of Houston. The public memorial will be held today in Houston and her former high school. This comes as the Army has launched a sweeping investigation of Fort Hood, where she was allegedly killed by a fellow soldier. But family attorney Nathalie Quam says they don't want the army investigating the army because they feel nothing will get done. And that's why we have Congress out there with Congress to do their congressional investigations on matters like gin will be laid to rest Saturday at a private funeral during a White House visit, President Donald Trump told the family. And he will personally help with expenses. Michael board NewsRadio 1200 Bear County deputies discovered a dozen stolen vehicles at a rule chop shop. The caller said his truck was stolen on Thursday, and the GPS was pinging to a 20 acre property in the southwest. Part of the county Deputies contacted the property owner, a man in his eighties who told them that sometimes people hide stolen vehicles on his land. Deputies found four trucks, three tractors, three trailers, an SUV and a dirt bike. Worth up to $200,000. They will be returned to their rightful owners. The land owner is not expected to face charges. The president says he won't turn down additional funding for the postal Service of it's part of a new Corona virus relief bill. President Trump says he's fine with Postal Service funding if Democrats agree to a Corona virus relief package. I'm against doing anything where people aren't taking care of and the people are being taken care of properly. We have way want people to get money. It wasn't their fault that they got shut down. Negotiations between the White House and Democrats broke down last week. Democrats are proposing $25 billion for the Postal Service. A total House speaker Nancy Pelosi, says was recommended by the Postal Service Board of Governors. President Trump has signaled opposition to efforts to expand melon voting in response to the Corona virus pandemic warning of a fraudulent election. Meantime, Donald Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, is releasing a tell all book about his time with the president Michael Cohen, releasing a preview of his new book Disloyal, A Memoir, The story of the former personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump. Any. Cohen says the president of the United States wanted him dead. Cohen also asserts that President Trump stiffed contractors and lied about extramarital affairs. Cohen says the president colluded with Russia and will never leave office. The book's due to be released September 8th President Trump is called Cohen a fraud and a liar. The male only military draft is sticking around. The fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans ruled it was constitutional toe on Ly require men to sign up for the draft when they turn 18. The panel cited the Supreme Court's ruling in 1981 to exclude women because combat jobs weren't available to them, it added. On Ly, the high court may overrule it's presidents. The appeals court ruling turns back a lower court's decision last year that said it was unconstitutional. The draft has not been used in nearly five decades before the first time in 23 years. The Spurs are not in the MBA playoffs wins by the Memphis Grizzlies and Phoenix Suns eliminated the Spurs from postseason contention before they lost the Jazz last night with San Antonio. Out the longest active postseason streak now belongs to the Houston Rockets. I'll be in the play offs for the eighth consecutive year starting next week, a WalMart drive in movie theaters open today across the country, and every show is free snack sales could surge had 160 Wal Mart stores across the country that are transforming parking lots and hosting pop up drive in movie nights through October at no charge, Though tickets must be requested in advance, the company says, all to support the communities it serves. Wal Mart says to expect 320 different movies playing From coast to coast over the coming months in cooperation with the retail giants DRIVIN partner the Tribeca Film Festival actress Drew Barrymore will serve as a virtual host to each event and at one surprise location, be there in person, and the shows were so popular all the San Antonio area WalMart drivin shows have been sold out. W AWAY I News times, 6 37 Traffic and weather together in just a minute. But first to check of your money and.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To Governor Abbott, Texas currently has more than 59 million masks and more than 560,000 gallons of hand sanitizer. The Texas Medical Board, which licenses doctors is threatening to get take action against physicians who falsely advertise cures for Cove. In 19 the agency issued its warning after Houston area pastor and physician Dr Stella Emmanuelle very publicly touted hydroxy Clara Quinn as a cure for the disease. Multiple studies have found the drug is not effective in treating Covad 19 and the FDA has cautioned against its use for that purpose. President Trump has repeatedly talked up the drug is a safe and effective treatment for the virus. More than 2000 Dallas area hospital beds remain empty during the Corona virus pandemic. Dallas County Health officials had warned that independence Day gatherings And the lack of social distancing measures would result in an overwhelmed hospital system. But just 66% of the available hospital beds are being used. That's up just 3% from June 1st. Only 653 of the 958 I seeyou beds are in use, and only 40% of ventilators. Air needed. 25 area hospitals contributed to the report provided by Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office. A memorial consisting of running shoes grew to over 1000 this week in Plano, in honor of a resident jogger who was killed during her morning run on Saturday. Many of the shoes were left by fellow runners on the plane. No trail where 43 year old sir Mr Zin was killed, they leave them. And they finished their run finished the walk barefoot, playing a resident, Andrew Landon, left the first pair of shoes. They're Treon Chisholm Trail Park On Saturday. She told W. FAA that she'd never thought the memorial would grow so huge shoes have been donated and sends honor to needy families. Kim Lampkin is Kayla News. One man was critically injured during a Tuesday morning home explosion in South Fort Worth might drift on what the Fort Worth Fire Department says The man, believed to be in his late twenties, is in critical condition and was flown to Parkland Hospital. Says. As for the home, three of the four walls were knocked out of place, and the roof is flattened on half of the house, he says investigators are looking into what caused it, but says they don't believe it was any type of natural gas leak. We do believe that this is an isolated event. There's no further hazard to the neighborhood. This happened on Spurgeon Street, near seminary Drive and 35 W CAT Bones. I wre Kaylie F. News that 80% of students at keen eyes D return to in person learning on Tuesday, Superintendent Rikki Stevens. Says the kiddos were so excited to be back early 45. Score it out that way in Tony. Nine years of being in school. I've never seen kids excited about being in school, and they worked. It's so that's so good. They were excited to be back. The godly iest Ian Devlin I SD also had students returned to campus on Tuesday time. Check the money news right now, with the latest business update. Here's Network radio's Spencer Macallan. Morning, David. Well, we're about five minutes away from the July A D. P employment report. That's gonna tell us how many jobs were reinstated. In the month of July before that, nine million jobs were reinstated, so it's a good path. The Dow correspondingly up 221 points just below 27,000 West Texas Intermediate crude taken off like a scalded Jack Rabbit, $43.40 a barrel, up a dollar, 70 I'm Spencer McCowen President McGowan group networth radio dot com Coming upon chaos definitely time for Cliff notes every morning, 7 17 bringing the top stories of the day, including the latest On the tropical storm turned hurricane known as C. I s E. C. E S. Glavin. That thing's gone and President Trump. Who has been very, very vocally against mail in ballots has found one exception. Just one. We'll tell you what that is A live news time. 7 11 Dallas Fort Worth is Glen.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on KTRH

"Connector, Rampant. 6 10 1 sleeps out 59 Southwest Freeway Exit routes and Katie are h Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. I see some locally heavy rain, courtesy of Hannah Flash flood Watch for the coastal counties. Tropical Storm warnings for the bays 80% chance for the rain will get up to around 85 tonight. Scattered showers of thunderstorms over seventies chance of rain. 50% Storms tomorrow up to around 85. Scattered thunderstorms on Monday afternoon high gets up into the mid eighties Jeffy No, from the weather Channel called Have Jeff this morning. We appreciate that. I am looking at the radar right now. If you're on the Northwest Freeway north of King would you can expect to be driving into a little bit of rain on this. Southwest Freeway, Sugarland Rosenberg, You will be encountering simmering right now. We're going to be watching the radar All morning. Long. 80 for in Galveston Spring. You're 79. Katie. You have 78 80 at the K T. R h top tax defenders 24 hour Weather center. It is sick. So one our top story. Our Katie listening area goes all the way south near Corpus. So we have brought in Cliff Saunders this morning from Houston's morning news. He is going to be assisting all through the morning on our complete storm coverage. So let's begin with. Look at where Tropical Storm Hanna is this hour, but in good morning, Nicky Good morning, Randy Lemon as well. Hannah, getting closer to becoming a hurricane, maximum sustained winds of about 70 miles an hour. That was, according to the National Hurricane Center a couple of hours ago, and Richard Pash, one of their hurricane, experts tells us where Han is headed panda is currently located. Oh, Not too far. Now off the coast of South Texas, baby, about 150 miles or so from are less from Corpus Christi. As for what we get in the Houston area campers article with the National Weather Service says it's tough to say depends on where some of these outer bands as we know what these storms set up and how much of a training effect you're going to see. Pinpointing an area Hey, you're going to get you know, 3 to 5 inches is little bit more challenging. In the Houston area. It's going to be much more likely to see those kinds of things down in Missouri of Matagorda Jackson County. With everyone inside the loop, Nicky, seeing an average of about 1 to 3 inches, And as I'm looking at the radar, it does seem to be moving. So training is not going to be a problem, at least in the next couple hours. National Hurricane Center Projecting up to 15 inches of rain in the corpus area, Rockport Port Lavaka, When should be arriving about eight o'clock? It could be a low and hurricane when it makes landfall later this afternoon. Right now, excellent stain. Winds are near 65 mile an hour, of course, have hired guests. Big problems would be storm surge along portions of the southern coast there Texas and that's something we're going to be watching that the National Hurricane Centre governor Abbott is dispatched emergency resource is coastal band the Rio Grande Valley area while simultaneously setting 1000 medical personnel to treat patients with Corona virus. The area's already dealing with about 10,000 cases in Houston. We have been getting light rain from those outer bands that is extending from Lake Charles all the way down to Corpus. We haven't had enough overnight rain to cause any accumulation. There is no flash flooding yet that could develop it any time today. Katie our age news time it is 603 wanted to mention Hurricane Douglas, the Pacific that's narrowing in on the Hawaiian islands in the Atlantic, Gonzalo That's just to the north of Venezuela. U S Justice Department says the Chinese consulate in Montrose is close, calling it a microcosm.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I Governor Abbott is asking Texans to do their part to slow the spread of Corona virus. Governor Greg Abbott is extending his disaster declaration as Corona virus cases in Texas continue to surge. The declaration was originally issued in March and has been extended to help counties across the state get resource is they need to help with the pandemic? There is almost 133,000 active cases in the state. With over 10,000 patients hospitalized. Texas has recorded three In 192 deaths and over 132,000 people have recovered. Tanner Carlson News Radio 1200 Wook Speaking with reporters Friday, Governor Abbott warned of an economic lock down at the spread of covert 19 in Texas does not slow down locally 511 new covert 19 cases were reported Sunday. Officials also reported nine new death bringing the county's death told a 184 local hospitals continue to be stressed. With 10% of Staff beds and 47% of ventilators available. The world had a new one day high for covert 19 cases Sunday and the U. S top the list of hot spots. There were more than 230,000 new cases reported yesterday, including more than 66,000 in the U. S. Florida accounted for more than 15,000 cases, pushing its total to just under 270,000 cases since the outbreak began. That was just one day after Walt Disney World in Orlando Open to the public Saturday for the first time in nearly four months, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is continuing to push for schools to open in the fall. They've been missing months of learning. Many of them are going to be so far behind it Difficulty catch up on CNN State of the union, Devo says. School leaders need to make plans to get kids back into the classroom. She claimed guidelines from the CDC. Are meant to be flexible, DeVos said. Officials know there are going to be Corona virus hot spots around the country, and those have to be dealt with on a case by case basis and excessive heat warning is in effect until eight o'clock tonight in the city of San Antonio, is extending the hours at a number of its cooling centers..

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"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Governor Abbott says he's still discussing with advisers what the next step will be and re opening Texas Abbas says it is important that whatever steps are taken are done in a way to keep Texans as safe as possible ways that a certain businesses that are not open may be allowed to open so we are still a providing information to our medical team getting advice back from my medical team and we will be making these decisions in the coming days still to be determined as one restaurants can increase capacity of wind bars might be able to re open but there's now a plan in place by the restaurant industry well restaurants and retail stores have reopened bars remain shuttered due to the coronavirus this week a plan was presented to the governor to get the taps flowing again Emily knight who heads the Texas restaurant association says it's important to get bars back open because they generate a lot of revenue it's about forty two million so far in liquor tax that's been lost in the state of Texas the so called Texas bar promise asks owners to create individual party areas to prevent mingling I'm Beth Myers news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd their county judge Nelson Wolff says Attorney General Ken Paxton was wrong when he sent a letter saying the county went too far and requiring businesses to make mass available for workers there's a higher authority over him and that's usher according to harsher regulation twenty nine federal archer requirements if the employer provide any required respiratory protection to their employees Paul says despite what the state Attorney General says the federal rules show the county was right on issuing the requirements as part of its order meantime Paxton has petitioned the state Supreme Court to get involved in the fight over voting by mail county election officials have not been accepting vote by mail applications from Texans fearful of contracting the corona virus after Travis county judge ruled they were eligible Paxton disagrees here's a spokesman mark Riley under fear of contracting covert nineteen however is a non physical reaction to the current pandemic and does not amount to a sickness or physical condition that qualifies a voter to receive a ballot in mid April Travis county judge Tim Sulak ruled all Texans could vote by mail under the state's disability clause a government scientist turned whistleblower is expected to offer a dire warning about the corona virus response during a congressional hearing today in prepared remarks for a house energy and commerce subcommittee Dr Rick bright warns the US faces its darkest winter in modern history without better planning for the corona virus pandemic bright to see was removed as director of the biomedical advanced research and development authority after refusing to promote a potential corona virus therapy touted by president trump right says health and Human Services leadership also ignored his early warnings about a covert nineteen outbreak president trump is dismissed brights this disgruntled a swat standoff is continuing on the northeast side of again at midnight on sunrise creek after police got a call from neighbors saying they heard gunshots being fired into the air apparently a fourteen year old who was in the house was able to get out before police arrived but there's reportedly a woman still inside with the man firefighters have an east side house fire under control it happened at Nolan street where one person was rescued and taken to the hospital with severe burns the fire started in the back of the home and spread to nearby houses no word on the cause an early morning thunderstorms are well to the east of us but they did leave behind some flooding in the usual areas and power outages about twenty eight hundred CPS energy customers remain.

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"governor abbott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"governor abbott" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Extended governor Abbott extending that declaration it was originally issued March thirteenth he says it will allow the state to have the resources to support communities and protect public health he's encouraging Texas residents to keep practicing social distancing he's expected to address the state in a briefing on Monday also waiving some regulations with previously restricted physicians in training holders in Texas movies in order to increase health care capacity he says the temporary waitress will allow permit holders to be able to be utilized in areas outside of the program with physician oversight the ended the announcement by thanking healthcare workers on the front lines meantime the death toll from covert nineteen passes to seventy in Texas Sunday is the state reported nearly a thousand more positive test for the disease this is not the year of the senior class of twenty twenty could have imagined the coronavirus global pandemic has shut down school districts in major events have been canceled many high school seniors say they feel like they've been left in limbo Dorian Coleman is a graduating senior from desoto high school and she tells news eight is three books like this right now they were the group decided to up lift the class of twenty twenty by recording their spin on a popular social media challenge with the help of camera trickery allows one to do a dramatic wardrobe change their video transforming from their graduation caps and gowns and into their future college in military gear is going viral the station says it has nearly a hundred thousand views the W. B. A. P. whether clear with subsiding winds overnight a low of thirty eight mostly sunny Monday and a high of fifty seven right now fifty three degrees at the F. W. from the W. B. A. P. newsdesk I'm Ken Jefferies your next update at two oh two twenty four seven coverage at W. B. A. P..

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