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6 Former Houston Officers Indicted After Drug Raid That Killed Couple

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 6 d ago

6 Former Houston Officers Indicted After Drug Raid That Killed Couple

"Houston police officers indicted in connection with last year's deadly No Noche drug raid on Harding Street. Harris County grand jury handed up the indictments this week, which include counts of murder, falsifying documentation and misinforming judges in order to get search warrants. Six indicted former officers or Gerald Goings, who is charged with murder. Steven Bryant, sergeants plenty. Raina and Thomas would Lieutenant Robert Gonzales and officer Haji Armstrong. The botched raid resulted in the death of a woman and her her husband husband left left several several officers officers wounded. wounded.

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Texas attorney general says local officials lack authority to keep schools closed

Michael Berry

01:19 min | Last week

Texas attorney general says local officials lack authority to keep schools closed

"General Ken Paxton says that state law prohibits local officials like Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo. Keep schools closed, citing what might happen with a pandemic. Hadda go order. Those schools in Harris County closed until September 8th, at least Told our TV partner Channel Channel to that she has justified in doing doing this. this. I I trust trust that that the the order order will will stand. stand. We've We've got got incredibly incredibly high high case case count count tens tens of of thousands thousands of of active active cases cases in in her her community. Because of Hidalgo's order. Meantime, the schools here in Harris County in total disarray, and Elias D. They've offered up a survey now to their parents. Four new learning options Gonna have that survey up through Friday? Spring Branch. I SD. Well, they're rethinking their calendar. They're going to have a board meeting today. Alvin. I s d They say they're going to do a phased re opening, starting with virtual learning on August 24th. As Faras. Covad DEATHS Well, Texas reporting 164 deaths yesterday, relying now on death certificates. This This is is our our new new way way of of keeping keeping up up with with the the count. count. So So whenever whenever the the death death certificate certificate is is Reza Reza least least rather rather than than daily daily confirmation confirmation by by local local public public health health authorities. authorities.

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Harris County and Houston order schools to delay in-person learning until September 8

Mark Levin

00:32 sec | Last week

Harris County and Houston order schools to delay in-person learning until September 8

"Houston and Harris County schools will not be be opening opening for for in in person person instruction instruction due due to to the the recent recent spike spike in in covert covert 19 19 cases cases Locally. Locally. Judge Judge Lena Lena Hidalgo Hidalgo made made the the announcement announcement today today after after speaking speaking with with nearly nearly every every superintendent superintendent in in the the county. county. Our health department today, Dr Shaw, along with the city of Houston's Health Authority, Dr Personal issue, an order requiring all public and non religious private schools in Harris County remain closed to in person instruction until at least September 8th Dog also notes, the closure will likely be extended if needed.

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1 injured in officer-involved shooting at Jersey Village gas station, Harris County, Houston

Mark Levin

00:25 sec | 2 weeks ago

1 injured in officer-involved shooting at Jersey Village gas station, Harris County, Houston

"Officers shot a suspect for getting struck with a stolen vehicle. At a gas station. Mr afternoon happened just before one o'clock at the shell station in the 17,000 block of the Northwest Freeway. Police officers responded to a reported stolen vehicle. When they approached it, The driver sped off and hit an officer. That officer fired and shot the suspect, who is now hospitalized in stable condition. The officer treated for minor abrasions President Trump pushing

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Trump signs order targeting undocumented immigrants in the US census

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

03:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump signs order targeting undocumented immigrants in the US census

"So the undocumented immigrants to the president tried to I have a question about citizenship added to the census, The Supreme Court said that it couldn't be not that it could not be done. It couldn't be done the way that the president wanted to do it. So that was nixed from the census. Now the president is saying that what they want to do is they don't want illegal aliens to count toward the citizenship or toward the numbers in a district when it comes to when use move. Congressional seats around how seats are dictated by population in the census changes it every 10 years. Arizona has gained seats since I've moved here 25 years ago. Because Arizona is growing. It's the fastest growing place in the country for a while. Both Maricopa County and then Harris County, where Houston, Texas is where the two fastest growing counties in the U. S. Maricopa County has been the leader so far this year. The desert Southwest is a new destination for people. So the growth in Arizona will continue. I believe as well. Our neighboring states of New Mexico, Nevada, California, Southern California's always been very populated. But these other places we're going to see growth, which means those congressional seats will migrate from some of the states. Where population has been falling. Now it was called classic with Rust Belt in the Midwest. But we're seeing other states in the northern US people are migrating to the cooler states. And let's be honest. Arizona is a very tax friendly state next to Nevada, which doesn't have a state income tax that also plays a role. So all that being said we should. In the next census, we should gain at least one house seat in Arizona. And where we get that from? I don't know, but we should get one at least one. But how will this affect if they cause right now? How do you How do you count Illegals? Because if we're not counting them officially in the census, how do you know how many people in the state are illegal? Now? Let's be honest. If you're talking about congressional seats, let's drop the racial aspect ofthe of immigration. The immigration issue legal versus illegal Dropping the racial issue for a moment because again it gets to be very emotional, and I understand it. It does seem logical that when you're talking about the migration of house seats, it would be based on voters. It would be based based on families of voters. So when you are seeing the numbers of families moving here with people that are citizens in the U. S. They're voting families whether the kids aren't voting, but the parents are Wouldn't that make sense that you would be counting people that were citizens because they're the only ones that have the availability to vote? Do the census once every 10 years. So if your child is eight, they'll be voting age the next time that the census is taken So It seems like a logical thing to do, But it's going to get challenged in court. There's no doubt about it. And the question is. How do you make an accurate count of that? How do you accurately count the number of people in the country illegally? This, of course, is going to become one of those big racial issues and I I don't think that it should. But there's no doubt that it's going to But I've always thought we do a bad job off, making a distinction between legal and illegal immigration, which is what clouds the waters on the issue.

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Houston boy shot in drive-by shooting expected to make full recovery, deputies say

Sean Hannity

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

Houston boy shot in drive-by shooting expected to make full recovery, deputies say

"Old boy is in critical condition but expected to survive after an apparent drive by overnight in spring unthinkable crime for people in this North Harris County neighborhood. Shut the window and there was like a lot of police investigators say a 10 year old boy was shot while playing video games since at his room with a home on the burn of Wood and Reynaldo at about four this morning, His parents and two siblings were home at the time, a gunshot was fired from outside the home, entered the bedroom and struck travel ahead. The boy was going to the hospital in critical condition. Investigators collected evidence for hours and I interviewed his family members. It would be unusual neural targeted whether or not the house was targeted where there's a steak, mistaken identity way. Don't know you that shuttle two's Kathy Hernandez,

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Judge denies Texas GOP's attempt to proceed with in-person Houston convention, siding with Turner

Houston's Morning News

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge denies Texas GOP's attempt to proceed with in-person Houston convention, siding with Turner

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Hospitals across Texas prepare to hit capacity amid virus surge

Here & Now

04:26 min | Last month

Hospitals across Texas prepare to hit capacity amid virus surge

"19 continues to surge in parts of the country. Texas is one hot spot. The number of people hospitalized in that state has doubled in the last two weeks in Houston, officials say hospitals are one or two weeks away from being totally overwhelmed. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo joins us Now She is the chief executive for the county, which includes Houston, and which has by far the most covert cases in the steak. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me, Jeremy. Well, and we've been reading about hospitals close to reaching capacity more than 80% full, not just running out of beds but running out of healthy staff as well. They've been tightening the criteria for who gets Admitted which, of course, can be dangerous for the patients who have to be sent home Now you have said people should not wait to take drastic action. There should be another stay at home order. Now. Is anyone listening to you? Yes, I know. We had a stay home order. Initially back in March and folks work together incredibly well, the community came together We flatten the curb and before we had a chance. For the curve to come down on the other side, 10 20% of peak as they did in other communities and other nations. The state opened up when they did that They took away my authority to institute those kinds of orders. And so now all I can do is recommend. I've put the community on our level one Threat alert and the recommendation under that threat level is to stay home. Now. The sense we have folks are to some extent listening, but obviously not to the degree that they would if this was in order, this was a requirement. So that's why I've been advocating with the governor for that authority of for him to do that within. You know, Harris County well, and the governor did change his mind on masks, and he has now said that you have to wear a mask in Texas and counties where there's a certain number of cases, but what has, he said? You about the idea of another stay at home order. It's an ongoing conversation. We've been in contact throughout. This whole process early on when he first re opened, folks said, is too fast what he thinks. My sense was always It seems to me it's to class. But we don't know for sure. Let's try and make it work. And right now, you know, the months have gone by and what we've seen is that the communities that re opened later are the ones that aren't seeing the second resurgence. And if we just Keep going the past we're going eventually. We're gonna have to institute something of a stay home order and we put folks in the worst position economically, if we don't have a sustainable co existing relationship with the virus. A lot of people would point to the fact that the number of deaths in Harris County is just around for 100 relatively low, considering the number of cases just by comparison, New York City has had more than 18,000 deaths from Cove in 19 1st of all. Are you worried you're going to get two numbers like that? And secondly, are the economic effects of a shutdown. In some ways more devastating than the deaths at least that you're seeing so far. This is such an uncertain buyers were all learning so you can never discount you know whether we would get to that kind of a death rate. Of course. Right now it is relatively low. The issue is, though, and you mentioned at the top of the show is when your you goes from being 15% cove it 40 50% Cove it you're having to turn people away who probably shouldn't be turned away. I mean, if you if you end up a nice to you, you want the best treatment possible, and there could come a point in which We can't sustain the strokes the heart attacks on dialysis, pregnant women who need to give birth, so it's not assisting of a long term strategy. What is this thing of a long term strategy is to bring the curve down. Have that pain of course of the shutdown, but then reopens more sustainably. And for the longer term, that's what we have to keep in line. But I do think it's important also to take a step back and think about what we're doing here. What we're saying is that it's okay for hospitals to be stretched thin doctors, nurses and for people to fill those hospital bed, a reputable damage to those spokes. And just not the way we should be thinking about human life. The

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"harris county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | Last month

"harris county" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Restaurants in Harris County right now, if you could. Absolutely I would. I don't bring any joy from closing things down, But I know that until we bring that curve down, Ware not going to be putting the economy in a position to succeed at Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo, Atlanta Marrakech a lance bottoms and her husband have tested positive. There are new masks rules in effect in several states, including West Virginia. Ah, lot of people have been avoiding supermarkets during the pandemic. CBS's CAMI McCormick Online grocery sales reached more than $7 billion in June, even higher than May, a new survey found more than 45 million households had their groceries delivered or used pickup services. Many Americans went online to order groceries because of concerns about someone in their household contracting covert 19. It's not just shake shack and the Lakers Trump administration's released a list of companies that have received government loans intended to keep small businesses afloat. One off them, Kanye West's easy clothing brand, the Girl Scouts and affirm partially owned by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Husband just two more weeks until President Trump's niece spills the mains very trumps book will come out next Tuesday, two weeks ahead of schedule. Trump family had argued that the book violates a confidentiality agreement. But a New York court lifted a ruling. The temporarily blocked publication publisher Simon Schuster says it's moved up the release date because of the high demand and extraordinary interest. Time of Schuster is a division of Viacom, CBS. Peter King, CBS News Photographers Angle.

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Dallas-Area, Houston Concerned Coronavirus Cases Could Soon Overwhelm Hospitals

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:50 sec | Last month

Dallas-Area, Houston Concerned Coronavirus Cases Could Soon Overwhelm Hospitals

"In Fort Worth, the Fort Worth star-telegram is reporting that they may have three weeks maybe there before the tarrant county hospitals are overrun. Laredo Texas announced on Thursday that their hospitals. They're our full. Corpus Christi Texas announced late last week that they were down to nine total ICU bids for a twelve county region with a population of more than six hundred thousand people. Nine beds. And of course in in Houston and Harris County where we are starting to get in this frontline footage from the cove awards, and the Er and the ICU's and Harris. County Houston Texas we are already seen it. Since the fourth largest city in America. This is where we are. And this is what we're going to keep barreling further and further into without a change in course.

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Houston's Harris County face mask order faces lawsuit

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:42 sec | Last month

Houston's Harris County face mask order faces lawsuit

"A mask requirement in Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced the new order, saying it was important to keep businesses open and slow the spread of the Corona virus.

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"harris county" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

04:05 min | Last month

"harris county" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Hidalgo will be here with county update and suggestions on how to navigate the holiday weekend ahead of us, and then a little later in the show epidemiologist Dr Catherine Troisi from UT Health School of public health. We'll also be here to take your questions comments and calls the number seven, one, three, four, four, zero, eight, eight, seven, zero against seven, three, four, four, zero, eight, eight seventy, but you know I want to start today with what we're referring to around. Here is my mass grants and I just want to say. Every day we come on here and we ask you to wear a mask and so I started wondering about what if we're wrong? What if the virus is not? What science tells us it is? What if the masks don't do all the good that the studies show us they can do what if somehow or other we're wrong. You put a cloth or piece of paper over your face. So if we're wrong. What have you really lost? But what if you? The anti-fat face mask? Wearers are the ones who are wrong. What if masks wearing protects you? Your friends, families and community has science tells us it does what if the virus is as lethal am damaging as the medical studies prove it is. What if the Anti Mask squares are the ones who are wrong well? If the pro mask wears wrong, the most you did was inconvenience yourself. But, if you, the Anti Mass squares are the ones who are wrong, people will die. Is that really a gamble you're willing to take. I. Ask you that as today we. The death toll in the US has passed a hundred and twenty eight thousand people. So there, you go. We know search tool for stopping the spreads. We know social distancing works, hand washing works staying at home testing and another point contact tracers, so we're wondering today. Have you been called by a contact tracer? Has Anyone reached out to you whether you've tested positive or just? Ben In close proximity to someone who has tested positive. If you have, give us a call, we'd love to hear your story, and even if you haven't, we'd love to hear your story again. The number seven, one, three, four, four, zero, eight, eight, seven zero. Okay got all that off my chest. Let's welcome. Our first guest judge dog is back with us. Harris County Judge Hello Judge. Good afternoon good afternoon. Sorry, you caught me on a day with quite a rant about masks. I appreciate your your nose there. Thank you. I've got to ask you first and foremost you were self quarantine. Where are we at with that? How are you doing? You know still self quarantine, so the the the exposure happened. Last Monday. It'll be two weeks this coming, Monday some and self quarantine till then per CDC guidelines Fortunately the test has come back negative hope is that it is not a false negative i. feel great and I find myself in a situation that many other people are are in this well throughout our communities, more more and more positive, and most importantly more and more people fill our hospitals. I had a question today from someone about who should be getting tested right now, and it's not I, think a simple question as it sounds like because we're also hearing stories of still complications in getting tests, and then getting results so taking all of that together who are the people that should be going out getting tested at this point, and what's going on with testing in general at least from the county's point of view. At this point, we still have the capacity to test. WHOEVER NEEDS A test? We're not at a point where we're having to say only. If you have symptoms sample now, that may change if the request continue to go up, but for now we urge people to get tested they if they have a reason to be, they may have cove it and.

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State lawmakers blast Harris County DA's audit of Houston police: "This audit is a scam."

Sean Hannity

00:35 sec | Last month

State lawmakers blast Harris County DA's audit of Houston police: "This audit is a scam."

"Lawmakers blasting Harris County D. A. Kim Ogg saw audit of Houston Police representative Jean Wu says there's no way just six narcotic officers were involved with falsifying documents and other felonies leading up to the deadly Harding Street raid. It's a whitewash. This audit is a scam. This audit says that there were hundreds of violations in just a handful of cases on Ly going back two years. Representative Wu says Hill injuries legislation next session to prevent government agencies from hiding documents and on its

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Harris County, Houston launch $56 million homeless initiative

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:36 sec | Last month

Harris County, Houston launch $56 million homeless initiative

"Houston Harris County leaders unveil a $65 million joint effort to tackle homelessness they expect will rise due to the Cova 19 shutdown orders. The goal is to build permanent housing for up to 5000 people as residents start being evicted or foreclosed on in the coming months. But Judge Lena Hidalgo says Mohr taxpayer body will likely be needed down the road. This is not probably going to be a one time solution. We're gonna have to continue with this work continue with these investments. The plan announced his toe houses many people within the first year as

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Houston's Harris County disaster declaration, mask order extended

Michael Berry

00:30 sec | Last month

Houston's Harris County disaster declaration, mask order extended

"Is here for a while. Harris County commissioners have extended the disaster declaration, which also Requires businesses to mandate face masks. The commissioners vote today was 3 to 2 to extend the order to on August 26th mandate was originally set to expire at midnight tonight. County Judge Lena Hidalgo wants to go even further, though she says she's asking the governor's office for the authority to enforce another stay home Order. Fort Bend County also extended its mask mandate for businesses through the end of July. Dozens of Texas

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Houston - Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo says anything less than stay-home order is a ‘gamble on our own people’

Michael Berry

00:44 sec | Last month

Houston - Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo says anything less than stay-home order is a ‘gamble on our own people’

"Lena Lena Hadda. Hadda. Go Go says says she she is is pushing pushing Texasgovernor Texasgovernor Greg Greg Abbott. Abbott. Give Give her her the the power power to to make make you you stay stay at at home. home. The The only only thing thing we we know know works works is a state home order and anything short of that is a gamble on our own people. Hadda go talking while self isolating because a staffer exposed her to Cove in 19 and she is getting support from Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, who also put three Houston bars on his wall of change for being open when they were supposed to be closed for the governor's order. Ah, The governor allegedly has turned down a similar request for the power from the Dallas County judge, So we'll see how he really reacts to these requests from Houston in Harris County. H.

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What to know about COVID-19 in Houston, Harris County

The Lead with Jake Tapper

03:57 min | Last month

What to know about COVID-19 in Houston, Harris County

"Us now doctor who shot. He's the executive director for Harris County. Texas public health which includes Houston doctor. Thank you for joining US Harris County the third largest county in in the country, and it's now a corona virus hotspot population obviously. How bad is it on the ground right now where you are? Jake, first of all thanks for having me and let me let me answer that in a couple of ways wine. Is that obviously when you see and hear the numbers that we're we're you know we're seeing? But also what? You just brought up. Our concern is really very much about the numbers are one thing, but really it's. It's how busy the system is throughout whether it's the healthcare system as you just mentioned on the top of the hour here or if it's really what we're seeing in the community with folks that are really trying to get tested. We have seen an increase in everything, and that's what really concerns us. The Houston Mayor says the city needs to move quickly to slow this explosion of new cases. What needs to happen right now. To make sure that happened, so it doesn't get any worse. Well, as you know, Jake we as a community, did a fantastic job of fighting this pandemic early, and and all of our numbers show that case rates, death rates, etc, and now what we've seen since the reopening occurred starting may first and as you know other reopening was from the state side of of what they had decided how they had decided things. We're going to reopen. Since that period of time we've seen increases in cases and hospitalizations and the key masters that were saying is that we need to make sure that as things reopen and. You see three or four weeks later a few weeks later that you start to see the impact of the reopening now when you dial back, it's going to take a few weeks so for you to start to see. has there been an impact of that dampening back or that? Dial back and that's what we're really concerned about, is that have we already set this in motion that it's going to be too late to get all that we don't think so. We hope that we still have that opportunity as a community if we all. All do the right things. Stay home as our county executive judge Dala go on Friday. Raise the level of alert to read stay home if you don't need to go out certainly aware the face coverings, and do all the things, but stay out of those big crowds and social distancing is absolute, must and certainly testing the aspect of the final aspect that we WANNA. Make sure that people don't guess they take the test that we can. We can certainly know who's positive in our community. That's our best chance to get out of this. I want to share the rate of new cases in Texas because the rise is really dramatic just a few weeks ago. Texas seemed to gets to plateau holding steady at fewer than two thousand new cases a day, and now there's just this massive spike. What happened? Well I. Think I just said it was reopening. And what? I call the layering effect you layered reopening on top of holidays, milestone events, Mother's Day and Memorial Day weekend. You had the protests here. At least in in Houston on top of that graduations you had all sorts of activities that occurred. People layered back onto their normal activities as well as additional activities, and that's when you started to see the increase. I'm glad that the governor. Governor and the state have dialed back, but we are very concerned that urban communities such as Houston and obviously Harris. County, here also Austin and San Antonio in Dallas. We've got to make sure that we have those tools available to us, so we can find that in different than the other two hundred and fifty such counties in Texas so it has to be looked at differently in those urban communities as it is those rural jurisdictions. All right Dr Marcia. Thank you so much and best of luck with this as Houston goes through this. Horrific

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Houston - Hidalgo Raises Harris County COVID-19 Threat Level to the Max

The Car Pro Show

00:33 sec | Last month

Houston - Hidalgo Raises Harris County COVID-19 Threat Level to the Max

"In in Harris Harris County County judge judge Lino Lino dog dog or or is is the the alert alert level level to to read read yesterday yesterday as as the number of covert hospitalizations shatters records county health director Dr Umair Shah says we have a serious issue in the community and everybody's got a role to play this pandemic is far from over this pandemic continues and we have to fight this together governor abit reimpose some of the shutdown restrictions yesterday including closing bars and tubing and rafting on Monday restaurants going to be going back to fifty percent occupancy

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Texas orders bars closed, reduces restaurant capacity as coronavirus cases hit all-time high

Mark Levin

00:37 sec | Last month

Texas orders bars closed, reduces restaurant capacity as coronavirus cases hit all-time high

"Faxes taking a break from its re opening plans new executive orders issued by Texas governor Greg Abbott on Friday not only close bars but also scales back dine in restaurant capacity outdoor activities are now limited to one hundred people unless otherwise approved by local leaders to free up resources and hospital beds governor abit has also suspended elective surgeries in Austin San Antonio Dallas and Houston as statewide hospitalizations have more than doubled just this week Harris County says the Houston area is one to three weeks away from running out of hospital

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Houston - Hidalgo Raises Harris County COVID-19 Threat Level to the Max

Rush Limbaugh

00:50 sec | Last month

Houston - Hidalgo Raises Harris County COVID-19 Threat Level to the Max

"Top top story story amid amid the the recent recent spike spike in in corona corona virus virus cases cases here's here's county county judge judge Linux Linux Dogo Dogo is is increasing increasing the the code code that that nineteen nineteen threat threat level level to to read read or or severe severe the the Harris Harris County County judges judges urging urging residents residents to to stay home and leave only for vital needs like food and medicine Lina Hidalgo has raised the threat level to the highest here which means outbreaks or worsening today we find ourselves careening toward a catastrophic and and unsustainable unsustainable situation situation our our current current hospitalization hospitalization rate rate is is on on pace pace to to overwhelm overwhelm the the hospital hospital in in the the near near future future Hidalgo says today's warning is an advisory meaning it's an unenforceable recommendation she's asking residents to wear face masks into practice social distancing she has implemented a ban on all gatherings of one hundred or more in unincorporated parts of Harris County

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"harris county" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

05:35 min | Last month

"harris county" Discussed on Houston Matters

"This is Houston matters. I'm Craig Cohen. We're talking with Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo fielding your questions. We go next to Mary and Cyprus Mary. What's your question? Do not here Mary. Let's try Adriana in Kingwood Adriana. What's your question for the judge? Won't good Montigny size? Let me tell you the feed that we are so lucky to stop you. judge valuable shown. Proudly County in this situation. Going my question I. Thought did not be. they have a loan that it means we signed the type the by We'd be getting the bank. That's have there they they in April. They said that that banks send me duty, title and. Then for us, you seem possible to go. Today! I'm old tax collector to change the title. He's from east. Impossible is closed. You go to the website and you cannot do it. You go through the phone, and they give you down and give you a different number. You call the number. I'm telling you. That is not the right time I. don't we don't know what to do week. Another a decision. We can these type of one name and I don't know. What do we go all the? I'll let like I call channels. You know that investigate asking the same question A. Subsidy that I don't know what do thank you. All right judges similar to question earlier. What do you do if you've got something? You need to update like a title for an RV or any other kind of vehicle, and you just can't get it done. Yeah and you know where our tax office should be open and available for those kinds of things I would advise. Eat Aligned mind with this case as well. If there's a way to collect her information, we can have our team. Follow up and make sure that she can address it in also circle back with the tax office and see if there's something going on, but certainly there should be ways for folks to if you can't do something as you normally would in person, there should be an alternative, so we'll check on that and thank you for your support. Okay, so again Adriana stay on the line, and our producer will take down your your contact information and we'll. We'll connect you up with the county. Let's go to Claudia in Willowbrook Claudia. What's your question? High I, I want to spank. Dog from the bottom of my heart. For taking some sensible accent, it was. My daughter is a doctor. Texas children's my son in law's E. R..

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"harris county" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

08:18 min | Last month

"harris county" Discussed on Houston Matters

"On the mask order after governor Abbot had initially blocked. Harris County's previous mask ordered. The county went some weeks without any mandate like that in place then last week, when bear county established a business mask order like the one that's now in effect in Harris County the governor said that was fine, and that it was always an option under his reopening plan. Did you know that and if so was reason why? This wasn't instituted any any sooner? I. Mean I I was happy to to find out about that from the governor, and from Bear County judge. So as soon as we learned that dot was a tool, we rushed to implement it, and and my approach has been. You know every tool in the toolbox. That's why we have our army of contact tracers folks going into nursing homes all the testing we can do. you know ability for first responders and others who have the virus and don't want to get their their family member sick to be able to quarantine somewhere else, and then also you know as soon as this became an option. We headed out within two days. So what was your impression up to that point that it was not an option. Right I mean I think that generally that was that was. Everybody sends. I don't think any of us were holding back. Because we you know we. We didn't want to use the tool that was at our disposal, and so for me. It's it's available, so let's go implemented and move on and get it done now. The clock is ticking, and we're running out of time, and someone asked me yesterday you know. Is it enough and? It may not be I. think it more likely than not if it's not enough rate of places when they've in us to and we've had just letting the curve. It wasn't simply you know wearing face covering, so it's something that we have got to do. And I'm so glad to have received positive response from the business community. That's very telling, and it's very important, but I really want to urge folks as we see those hospitalization numbers. Numbers climb that we've got to minimize contact and we should not be participating in inactivity that bring us in in a group setting with people that are not our family. Even you know sitting near folks that are not your family. It's just a very bad idea right now. If you're walking by folks shopping for something quickly, you know getting get out. That's fine, but other than that musk no mask. We need to be minimized contacts. We. Have folks waiting to chat with you? So why don't we dive into questions? We'll start with Carol in southeast Houston Carol. What's your question? We want to know with all the precautions that math and everything else. social as much as they can distance, when will we be able to go into a library and use their facilities? At what point do you feel, judge? That we can. As a public go to our public libraries here in Houston. Thank you for that question. Yeah, right now we're doing you know curbside pickup at the library and you know there is there. Is Wifi available from the library that folks who really need it? If they need to go, use it. It's available in the parking lot It does pain me that folks can't go inside and use the library and we're looking into that every day with the Public Health Department and the committee. We have at the county to look at re entry and. And continuity of operations, frankly right now as things are getting more and more difficult. I don't envision it being you know. Everything is headed in the wrong direction, and so let's open more things up. At least some part of the county I don't see it happening until we're on the other side of this spike and look someone who loves books in grew up going to libraries and I stand what a challenge this is! I also don't want to be in a position where. In the county that are contributing to to the spread of the virus, and are you know public health advisors just don't feel comfortable with that just yet, but certainly as soon as we can, we will make that available. All right thanks very much for that call. Let's go next to Liz in Cyprus Liz. What's your question? My question is at the tax office for commercial titles. I heard that you could do it on the computer. And someone said it was only for new club card. Do you know that? and. He had so I know that there are some very limited things that you can do from a computer, because for whatever reason you know I it. You have to see you. It's very narrow and I'm afraid. I don't know whether this is one of them so I will tell you. They're taking all the precautions for folks that do have to visit her. There are some folks for example that just do not have a computer. You know they they just. They absolutely cannot do it any other way. What we'll do is Craig is if you have this person's phone number. I can make sure that we get the answer. Answer to that specific question, but what I know is the vast majority of services they can be done the phone or online and do know there's a very very limited where you do have to come in and I'm just I. Don't want to give you the wrong information as to whether this is one of them I don't earn so but I. don't WanNa Miss Speak Okay Liz. WE'RE GONNA put you on hold and our producer Brenda Valdivia. We'll take down your your contact info and we can pass that along to to the county judge. Let's go next to Lewis in west Houston Louis. What's your question? Yes Oh. I'm wondering why the United States. We cannot provide healthcare at the local level as we provide schools, elise water sewer so on and so forth. Why don't we just provide healthcare? You know in in district similar to school district. You have any any Fox on that. Judge Vogel. He, you know this crisis has really exposed the challenges in our. System and we talk to our CEO the Harris Health System the public health system and You know they're really bearing the brunt of cases there icy are very much. You know near full, and and just on a normal day. That's almost where they are. So it's it's. It's it's difficult. We see the mortality rates being disparate Just the impact that this has on different communities. There's many reasons for that. You know one big reason why the healthcare system is underfunded is the the lack of Medicaid expansion in Texas you know those are millions and millions of dollars each year that we don't get in terms of just the structure of how healthcare is provided You know I think if we had additional dollars. Certainly, we'd be able to have more services more clinics. This kind of thing one thing to keep in mind those by the time people make it to the hospital. It's almost too late and so that's why we we've been focused in Harris. County already on sort of health more broadly, not just healthcare investing in healthy food initiative like farmers, markets, and in investing in understanding the. The disparity mental health environmental issues made a historic investment on on environmental monitoring and going after bad actors in that sense, because ultimately that's what contributes to these health outcomes, so we've definitely have a long way to go. Unfortunately whether you look upstream issues or whether you look at the actual healthcare issues it does come down to an underinvestment and part of it is made it. Medicaid and part of it is just a lack of emphasis. From the highest levels of government on public health and on healthcare, This is Houston matters. I'm Craig Cohen. We're talking with Harris. County Judge.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"Tearing in the Harris County Democrats for allowing hardened criminals out of jail on little or no bonds he told Katie reaches Michael berry it starts at the top with judge Lina Hidalgo Griffey helping come out there and keep a straight face when they say we're going to jail law abiding hardworking citizens for or starting a snitch line for restaurants that are just trying to stay in business but at the same time they're pushing for murder should be released on P. R. bond aggravated robbery they're literally trying to ask you to jail every single day the multi says the man who went on a shooting spree killing three and wounding another had a lengthy criminal record and was out on the streets thanks to a sweetheart plea deal Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther was released from jail she was originally jailed for contempt of court and for re opening her salon against an executive order to shut down during the pandemic but her attorney Woronora told fox news the battle isn't yet over we believe that the temporary restraining order on which the contempt order was based was not valid so we're fighting that so it's potentially in an unlawful arrest to begin with looters arrested is drawn swift criticism from the Attorney General and the governor Greg Abbott and even the president in response the governor weakened his own shut down order and the state Supreme Court ruled Luther should be freed okay hearing since I'm coming up on eleven oh four Disney is ready to started slow return to normal Rick cultural reports Orlando residents couldn't be happier after learning that at least part of the most magical place on earth is about to reopen.

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"harris county" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

10:14 min | 3 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on WJR 760

"In Harris County the third judge yeah and this isn't just when you walk into a store anywhere in public you have to wear a mask or a thousand dollar fine yeah I that's you know that's going to be making the people that work at banks very very nervous you know because you probably everybody if you've if you're dealing with a major bank you know if you have an account with a major bank is seen the emails you get a Hey we're still open for business but but but if you can you know you gotta check deposit use the op but with the the tellers you know or at the drive through the whole thing you know kind of limit the exposure if you can but I can't imagine being a teller at a bank or anybody that's working at a bank I just walked watching everybody that walks in right now has a mask you know I mean it's just that's got to be nerve wracking but anywhere in public in Harris County right and we're just Houston right the judge has a thousand dollar fine associated with the order she believes law enforcement will use their discretion what discretion what you gonna what you gonna let the elite rich go without wearing a mask but you're gonna find the poor person about what discretion what will you must bust anybody who's not wearing a mask public so here's my question is how much of a priority is this well you saw on Forsman officers well it's not a big one because the the police union to Middle East said now they put on official letter they put out they put out a letter and I I saw release on your television media you're telling me that they need to go after people during a pandemic right you know that this goes back to do Dallas County when the judge Jenkins there last week issued an order that if you were going to go into an essential business or on public transportation in our case it's the Dallas area rapid transit dart is the acronym if you're gonna write dark or you were going to go into the any essential business that was open essentially anything that's left open then you have to wear a mask it was to protect the employees and the work there was a thousand dollar fine attached to it the next day the county commissioners voted three to two to say now no fine you're not gonna go if you can give people a thousand dollar fine during a pandemic people are out of work people aren't you know again they're not doing well and they only have thirty four hundred dollars in the bank four six hundred dollars a week from the federal government that's not enough but but that whole idea and and I can see that the police officers we've been saying for quite a while what must be like a police officer in a parking lot at a church trying to enforce an absurd rule yeah the police union immediately came out with the public statement against it saying look we we believe people should do it but most people do it on their own and and you know the vast majority the public is cooperating and doing the right thing but we were trying to build a relationship with our with the people out there we start busting people for thousand dollar fines for not wearing a mask yeah exactly and how do you do discretion and and even even the Attorney General came out said you should use your discretion what does that mean well what is his Attorney General saying no use your discretion and don't do it or only some people with masks that don't have masks on get find out what what N. I mean everybody gonna you're gonna question I'm gonna sit them down okay well why is it that you're not we're in a mess well I I don't have it with me I forgot it work or I forgot it at home I forgot in my car or or I have I have a breeding problem but I can't wear a mask it inhibits my breathing that you know it makes me sicker how to wear a mask and I can't you know breathe properly through a mask all right you've just wasted how much time for for that officer who should be dealing with I don't know prime but this is the insanity eight to issue an advisory what the county would like everyone to know that here's why would you wear a mask I think there's a significant number of people that still don't understand why you wear a mask it's not to protect you yeah I want to bring that up because it seemed like the confusion is still out there right well wait a minute the the the original masks that that that people wear don't let the you know don't let the virus in this lets the virus in well that means that lets the virus out so what's the purpose of wearing the mask it's not about letting the virus in around it's about how far the projectiles go well it and that's it it's about protecting someone else from you if you're a symptomatic but you're carrying the disease you're protecting others from you you're trying to mitigate that basically your pre covering your mouth and your nose before you cough or sneeze right it's also not about breeding you know big because people out there saying well you can read right through there this mask and and I don't you know it's if if there's going to be I guess a role for county commissioners are judges in this case you know in the counties are mayors are the federal government you know the advisory role look this is why you wear a mask to be clear to protect others from you so you're trying to cook your eggs in case you cough or sneeze it will it will not go as far and if you're a symptomatic and carrying this disease you won't affect others there are people in those essential businesses out of respect for them how bout you wear a mask pretty simple but no we must have a heavy handed government we're wishing that the most yeah but it's a dumb rule it is so if you're on okay by the way can you golf in Harris County I don't know I'm not sure if you golf you have to wear a mask if you're out in public I if I'm if I'm not on my front lawn and everybody else is out on their front lawn doing lawn work do I have to wear a mask or will I be ticketed again I'm fine I'm fifty feet from the next person that's dumb I well I'm I'm gonna just are wearing the full Deadpool outfit the whole thing not just the mast everything I I saw somebody out and about the other day I was actually going through the drive through part of this parking lot it was a drive thru pharmacy that was attached to a grocery store so I was in the parking lot but I saw someone coming out of the store and they were wearing sunglasses and they were wearing a bandanna over their their face and they had a hoodie on because it was raining and I thought well you know mama was exactly that dissents K. or no it's just the coronavirus I mean I fully expect it to get to the absurd point of you know someone walking in it early on someone walking in a bank wearing a mask and people are like oh my gosh that person has called it no no don't worry I don't have called it I'm just here I'm just gonna commit thank Robert is a comedy bit of fast and always on real I mean seriously it is not but but again I think it's a decent practice I'm showing respect for those workers that are there here's what hit me last week maybe the week before I went into a place and that store was policy clearly that everyone all the workers wearing masks I thought okay I kind of feel you know like a like you know I'm better I'm not doing the right thing here if I walk in I should be able to at least show some respect by wearing the mask now my my lovely niece made one that's pretty great it's gone American eagle on the front of it and and did a great job she met him for the whole family and I were and I wear it when I go into business because the workers there are wearing one and it's it's the new handshake I also when I wake up when I walk in I I've said this a couple weeks ago the new handshake is also what using the sanitizer gel on your way it I mean it's it's kind of a social thing but it's it's to show respect but it's also happens to be effective and for a fundamental reason right now and I just think that when you get into the the policy the heavy policy of a Harris County or Dallas county or state of Michigan we just have to hit the brakes and say what a world we doing here I mean to what extent if you say you should wear a mask anytime you go out if you were you Donna dot you should you must wear a mask any time you go out well then don't go out the safer bet is to stay home nobody gets to go outside at all we can sit and mitigate this thing to the death of an economy but when we're talking about the greatest colony in the world when you get to that point long before you get to that point third world nations will starve people will die as a result of policy eight six six ninety right I but.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"We don't show the Democrats take over the sheriff's officer Harris County judge and so we had a situation imagine you're the Harris County judge and you're out telling people if you all violate my order if you go out out to your house you're you're all grounded all of you were grounded you lived your entire lives without me a moment here I am twenty seven years old never been to the Harris County courts never done anything in my life and I'm going to stand up because I'm now I'm now officially the coming down today and you don't know this is like the child is like king tut it's like the child king right or Ivan the terrible he was it maybe that's a better example he was a R. Lee tyrant if it's like this this little entitled little impish Smurf just announcing your I am in charge now desert my order you don't tell much at work can you beat up no comment until we can't beat him well what can you do I mean why don't you threaten to arrest a man and hopefully we will have to arrest him but let's hope that'll work okay why would you want to unload the jails because imagine this let's leave aside the fact that you have a perverse sense of justice and you hate law abiding citizens and American citizens and all you really want to do is promote illegal immigration and and criminals on the streets but let's assume for a moment that wasn't the truth is there a better place to contain a contagious virus if that's the only thing apparently that's the only thing in this country word about okay that's it nothing else that's the only thing because it's the deadliest fires in the history of mankind we've never seen anything like this before everything has to be to stroke heart okay we're all you've got people in lockdown what do you think happens to those people when you release those people do you think of me I immediately go or where do you think they go do you think that's you think that's the group of people most likely to follow the common Dante's order in do you think that's a group of people that are going to go somewhere isolate and not in it and not interact with their homies do you really think that we're better off we're safer if those people are out of jail then they're in jail and remember they did something bad to be in jail in the first place your disco tell you what y'all come back it's somewhat watch the news and I'll tell ya when to come back you know some of those guys are in there awaiting murder charges and and serious cred serious criminal charges that are repeat offenders if I guys if the guy's a ten time convict he knows he's going away for a long time you let him out can you imagine what it what can you imagine what kind of made him he's going to undertake while he's out it shipped out that was a good idea and it and the county the the the county sheriff thought so as well the county sheriff was working with just bring these gas are you trapped in jail until I get ready to go home he locked up behind bars it's a good time to be inserted in the local county jail then I got a deal for you the sheriff's office right now during this run of ours pandemic were free criminals faster than you can say social business running on you speak about our process because of the process so fast.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:51 min | 5 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"By Harris County public health after being exposed to someone who had traveled overseas though not to a country that is on the do not travel list Harris County public health says the risk in the Houston area remains low vice president Mike pence was on fox news and said the administration is keeping track of which countries to be aware of for Italy and South Korea that are seeing a rising number of coronavirus cases the president wanted to use the authority to issue a travel advisory it's call level four to tell the American people do not travel to those affected areas in Italy and in South Korea on CNN the vice president said another fifteen thousand corona virus test kits are on the way Galveston Houston archdiocese cardinal DiNardo is calling on area parishes to assist and using a common chalice used by most parishioners taking part in the Eucharist holy communion asking that fathers only distribute the host typically a form of bread are way far cardinal DiNardo is also dismissing anyone who isn't feeling well from attending church and risking spreading whatever it is that ails them even if it is just the common flu in order suggests the practice remain in effect until further notice reports of the first U. S. U. S. deaths from corona virus yesterday in Washington state is prompting medical professionals to call for calm suggesting that people do not panic eighty percent of the cases are mild patients frequently don't even need to seek health care it's you can think of it as a bad influenza like infection however as these recent cases demonstrate it can be severe that is the head of public health in Washington DC is the best thing you can do is if you want to stay safe is to wash your hands frequently K. T. R. H. news time twelve oh three we got a champion in the twenty twenty Houston barbecue contest the overall grand champion team Hey at county go Texan Joe Biden gets a decisive win in South Carolina was just under fifty percent of the vote to Bernie Sanders number two placement at twenty percent Tom's dire came in third and then dropped out of the race Texas is among the super Tuesday states with Bernie leading in most recent polls twenty nine percent to Biden's twenty if you're heading to the polls in Harris County this week you will have plenty of options registered voters who didn't cast their ballots early can do so on primary election day this Tuesday at any of the four hundred one voting centers across Harris County previously election day voters had to cast ballots at their specific precinct polling location polls are open from seven AM to seven PM you can bring notes endorsement cards or sample ballots with you make sure you have a proper form of ID winners of Tuesday's primary move on to the general election November third in the primary runoff elections will be held may twenty sixth Kory Oleson newsradio seven forty KTRE choose the K..

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"harris county" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Harris County sheriff's sergeant been Beale at this point from our witness interviews and from what we're saying it the same we believe that this very well may be a case celebrate Corey again for fire from somewhere else in the neighborhood we have no indication that any family member or anybody in the cul de sac was discharging a firearm the transformative former commissioner of the NBA David stern died today he suffered a brain hemorrhage about three weeks ago he was seventy seven when Christopher Cruz taking a look at okay SFO traffic a couple of earlier problems on westbound eighty have been cleared an accident at Powell and another collision in the back of the University Avenue traffic you Berkeley flowing much better now but you will lose time over the bay bridge westbound it's jammed up from the toll plaza getting to fifth street in San Francisco we also have an accident reported westbound eighty eight make bright Avenue in Richmond two cars blocking the right hand lane an accident in the call the continental westbound twenty four that was blocking the left for his now been clear traffic recovering their reports of some metal debris out in Martinez westbound highway four weight classes six eighty and we also have a couple of cars may have suffered some tire damage on the shoulder their bar to if you are relying upon that for your celebration this evening they will have service running until three AM with KSFO traffic hi I'm al Rodgers tune in the Sunday twelve noon to one PM on KSFO five sixty eight AM for the purity products show where you'll learn about intelligent nutrition solutions.

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"harris county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Ambushed Harris County sheriff ed Gonzalez a lot of shops were far we have an extensive scene out here friction several blocks one of the victims is in critical condition a winter storm is moving east just as many holiday travelers are trying to return home CBS meteorologist Jeff Barrett alley this storm is going to affect most of the country and right now it's located across the plain states watching for strong thunderstorms maybe a couple of severe thunderstorms on the northwest side of the system from Denver into the high plains it is snow and it's a lot of snow crews are resuming the search for one person still missing after a helicopter crash in Hawaii CBS's Natalie Jacobson the national transportation safety board is expected to investigate the deadly crash of a tour helicopter in Hawaii they Eurocopter AS three fifty went down in a remote part of the island of Hawaii on Thursday all seven people on board were killed so far only the remains of six have been found the US and China are expected to sign a deal on trade CBS correspondent chip Reid at this point it appears it's going to be signed not by president trump and president she it's going to be signed at a lower level and this is just a phase one and interim deal a mini deal as many people are calling it out and there could be other many deals along the way before they get the big trade deal if they ever get to the big trade deal and if that happens it of course would be signed by the two presidents this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com that Saudis guy and said it's now sixty three degrees here at one oh three hi mark Willis newsradio ten eighty KRLD the weather is gonna be the top story this afternoon a line of storms are gonna be moving from west to east across the Dallas fort worth area over the next few hours now we are in a little bit of a lull at the moment but it's going to change strong winds up to forty maybe fifty miles an hour some small hail is gonna be possible with the stronger storm activity but the overall severe threat he is going to be low it's going to be a brief around a very heavy rainfall that moves through over the next few hours and of course keep tuned to newsradio ten eighty KRLD will keep you updated with all the latest weather information one of the top stories we're following for you a group of young men making a music video near Houston the tags in a drive by shooting as you heard mention on CBS Harris County sheriff ed Gonzalez said the ambush happened last night at a warehouse in the northern part of the county two people died seven were wounded a lot of shots were fired we have an extensive scene out here friction several blocks for anyone that was out here we need you to please call give us information and of those wanted at least one shot in the head reported to be in critical condition at Jericho dollars that others may have left the scene they needed medical help band whether the people involved knew each other for what the motivation for the attack may have been is uncertain at this point authorities say that a family from Texas is safe after being stranded for more than twenty four hours in the mountains of south western Colorado San Miguel county sheriff's officials say in state with the couple in their thirties and their twelve year old daughter were driving a rental truck from el Paso to deliver furniture to Norwood.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:29 min | 8 months ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"Loose after a party turned deadly in northwest Harris County last night no woman is dead shot by her ex boyfriend then what Harris County sheriff a good cell says is domestic violence we know that he's possibly early fifties white male left in a jeep Cherokee and he's believed to be armed still the alleged shooter has been identified as Alberta Benjamin Simon attempted robbery of a fireworks stand in northwest Harris County turned deadly as the employee at that fireworks stand took a stand shooting and killing one bad guy putting another in the hospital police say they're still looking for a couple of other suspects they believe were involved president trump waiting to see what sort of Christmas gift so to speak that north Korea's Kim Jong own plans to give the United States Kim warned that he'll have what we call the Christmas gift for America unless trump lifts economic sanctions by the end of the year there's a feeling it might be some sort of missile test impeachment still at a standstill speaker Nancy Pelosi won't give the Senate the articles of impeachment unless Democrats have their demands met for the trial in Florida the president said that's just not fair people remember they treated us very unfairly they didn't give us the process that you give us a lawyer they didn't give us anything now they come to the Senate they want everything something ministration ramping up land acquisitions in South Texas to build the wall three miles a barrier is being built in the Rio Grande Valley area and homeland security wants to build for did fifty miles of new wall by the end of next year attorney Ricky Garcia represents several landowner says they feel like they're history is being shortchanged everywhere to look to the northeast United States we wouldn't bat an eye about the significance that three hundred years of history means but when you look at the border often we're treated as a sacrifice so since the fall more than fifty lawsuits against landowners to get access to their land for the wall twelve oh three on K. T. R. H. and pope Francis appeals for peace in his Christmas message pope Francis addressed a crowd with a message of unity in his remarks the pope specifically talked about countries like Venezuela Iraq and Syria his message was clear were everywhere this holiday season celebrating your human and your love touches tree yanks the one thing you don't want to find it in the Christmas tree this year is a case of the flu always possible one family gets together the CDC says Texas is getting a lot of cases early so the germs are out there just waiting for you the Cleveland Clinic suggest you get a flu shot if you haven't had one yet and if you got one last year do you need another yes the influenza varies from year to year and there's a lot of great deal of effort put into trying to predict the types of we're going to experience and the vaccine is produced to match that anticipated type of influenza people over sixty five can get a high dose flu shot with four times the protective response of a regular flu shot Nikki Courtney newsradio seven forty K. T. R. eight thank you Nicky the Houston Rockets have won four straight they are part of the NBA annual Christmas day showcase the rockets take on the Golden State warriors in San Francisco later today pre game is at three o'clock tip opted for you can catch the rockets action on sports talk seven ninety Houston Texans with some great news is J. J. watt is back at practice that he should return for the playoffs next weekend what is without since October after surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle the Texans face the Tennessee Titans in the regular season finale on Sunday in in college hoops acoustic on Washington in the finals of the.

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"harris county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"harris county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In Harris County which severely burned two toddlers Harris County sheriff ed Gonzalez says bay Ron Rivera opened fire into a truck with an A. R. fifteen on independence day this is after getting into an argument with the man who drove the truck the rounds hit several fireworks which were in the truck causing them to explode revere is accused of aggravated assault a memorial for the for Dallas police officer shot to death in twenty sixteen is now on display a dedication ceremony was held outside Dallas police headquarters the bronze fallen officer memorial features the faces of the officers and the city skyline the officers were shot to death following the end of a peaceful March protesting police brutality a medical device that's being developed in San Antonio could extend the life of an organ for transplantation to at least twenty four hours as of now a heart can only last about four to six hours before being transplanted even though it's on ice it suffers from oxygen starvation doctor Leon Buddha Jenna beauty health San Antonio has spent thirty years creating the device which is called Ulysses Ulysses should be in hospitals within a year police are investigating after two women were wounded when a security guard dropped his gun which went off officers responded to the accidental shooting up the Calabria meat market on old Pearsall road on Sunday investigators say the guard was pushing some grocery carts when the gun dropped out of its holster hit the ground and fired a shot wounding two women who were shopping a Rockdale man is in custody following a standoff with the Austin police officers say Nathan Guerrero was captured following two hours of negotiations at south Congress and Sheraton street the thirty six year old was holed up inside his pick up after police say he fled the scene of an earlier accident.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"The Harris County sheriff's office has now released the composite sketch of the man who is responsible for killing seven year old. Jasmine Barnes, Harris County sheriff egging says they are working this case non stop twenty four seven. It's a who done it right now. So once I determine who did it, and we're this vehicle Israel, and then we'll we'll understand motive a little bit better. Barnes was with her mom and her sisters, leaving a WalMart store off the beltway and Wallace fill road. When the suspect was driving. Red four door pickup opened fire on the family's car. Jasmine was shot and killed and her mother who was driving was wounded. The suspect is describes a Finley built white, man. Possibly in his thirties or forties, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt at the time. If you have any information on this case, you're asked call crime stoppers. Giambra NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h Easton livestock show and rodeo just one hour away from the official release of this year's concert lineup. Although at this point, it may be the worst kept secret and entertainment one week after a supposed leak of the Royal concert lineup on Twitter. The lineup appeared again today on TicketMaster where tickets were already being sold through third parties, so far though rodeo officials have remained coy and have neither confirmed nor denied whether any of these leaks is the real thing we will know in one hour gas is about five cents cheaper than it was when you filled up last week Daniel Armbruster at AAA Texas telling KTAR, h you can expect those prices to keep dropping for the time being been following a mid October mainly due to falling crude oil prices, it's really not clear how long the Pisces. Will continue to fall eventually. They will hit a bottom that he's image of a dollar ninety two in Houston is thirty one cents than a year ago. KTAR h news time six oh. Three time to check your money. Here's max Gaines at S T A wealth management well day. Two of the new year is in the books and the.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"The Harris County sheriff's office has now released the composite sketch of the man who is responsible for killing seven-year-old at jasmine Barnes. Harris County sheriff Atkins says they are working this case nonstop twenty four seven it's a who done it right now. So once I determine who did it, and and we're this vehicle Israel, and then we'll understand motive a little bit better. Barnes was with her mom and her sisters, leaving a WalMart store off the beltway and Wallace Bill road. When the suspect who was driving. Red four door pickup opened fire on the family's car. Jasmine was shot and killed and her mother who was driving was wounded. The suspect is describes a thinly built white, man. Possibly in his thirties or forties, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt at the time. If you have any information on this case, you're asked to call crime stoppers. Giambra NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h Easton livestock show and rodeo now just one hour away from the official release of this year's concert lineup. Although at this point, it may be the worst kept secret in entertainment one week after a supposed leak of the Royal concert lineup on Twitter, the lineup appear again today on TicketMaster where tickets were already being sold through third party. So far, though rodeo fficials have remained coy and have neither confirmed nor denied whether any of these leaks is the real thing, we will know in one hour gas is about five cents cheaper than it was when you filled up last week Daniel Armbruster at triple AAA, Texas telling KTAR, h you can expect those prices to keep dropping for the time being prices have been falling mid October, mainly due to falling crude oil prices. It's really not clear how long the Pisces. Will continue to fall eventually. They will hit a bottom then he's average of a dollar ninety two and Houston is thirty one cents than a year ago. KTAR h news time six oh. Three time to check your money. Here's max Gaines at S T A wealth management well day. Two of the new year is in the books and.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"Our top story Harris County prosecutors delivered opening statements today in the retrial of the husband of a fire sheriff's deputy accused of murder. Hits you again. Those are the words that came in that man's now as he strangled the last breath from John Hernandez is too short. Forty two year old Terry Thompson was seen on video putting Twenty-four-year-old Johnny is an chokehold during that altercation outside a Denny's in northeast Harris County in may of twenty seventeen Hernandez died two days later Thompson's first trial ended in a hung jury back in may his wife Shawna. Former deputy is also charged in the case she said to go to trial early next year. One person killed this afternoon after a bus carrying workers overturned along highway thirty six and freeport, ficials say the bus was going westbound it fishtail overturned enrolled down Bank -ment the bus was taking orders from Zachary industrial to a parking area from the plant nearby about thirty people were on the bus. They were taken off safely and taken to St. Lukes hospital in lake Jackson for observation heiress county precinct one constable's. Offices are river oaks area. Pampa bragged. He was making thirty thousand dollars a week has now been arrested old Mark Anthony Cole is in jail with no bond still nowhere to win. The boil water notice will end in Austin, Austin waters says the advisory could be over in a couple of days, but they're not one hundred percent. Sure. But Travis county officials say they believe it could be two weeks before water safe to drink without boiling. The order was issued Monday due to last week's flooding leaving debris in some of the local water supply KTAR h news time five oh three time to check your money. Here's KTAR h money, man. Pat.

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"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"harris county" Discussed on KTRH

"The forecast through the weekend coming out mid seventy s overnight tonight upper nineties again tomorrow I'm Scott Lawrimore at. The Weather Channel eighty four now under mostly clear skies the KTAR h top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center KTAR h news, time ten oh one. Our top story Houston police in Harris County sheriff's, deputies are searching for a. Convicted sex offender believed to be behind three, recent murders two of which happened at local mattress stores over the weekend and elderly woman was found dead inside her Cyprus-owned then a twenty eight year old woman was found. Dead in. The back of a mattress firm store near willowbrook mall and. Just today an employee of mattress. One was found murdered inside that store north Houston go looking at the evidence there's so much. Evidence to look into it but we are working with the Harris County and we are comparing. Notes and go from there That's Houston police they're looking for a Forty-six year old man named Jose you'll berto Rodriguez he was last seen driving a Nissan Sentra and should be considered armed and dangerous we're learning more about. The, remains of ninety four people uncovered when construction crews for fort band ISD broke ground on the district's new, career and technical center earlier this year. Archaeologists believe they, belong to black prisoners forced to work on local sugar. Plantations more than a century ago when you do activity. Over and over and over again and you're doing heavy labor. It will, actually stress the. Attachments where the muscles are attached to the bone and it will leave marks and it will actually change the shape. Of the bone and so we're seeing quite a bit of that that is showing they're doing very heavy labor. For probably a very young age officials so far it the bodies of forty seven males and one female wants all resumed construction is, expected to wrap up. By the fall of twenty nineteen police have charged, a man with murder in. The case of a thirty seven year old, Houston woman missing for weeks Brittany Burr field was last seen at her mother's home in Sugarland On June twenty fifth now Alex. Haggerty who was in custody for an unrelated assault is charged in Burr fields death even though she still has..

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"harris county" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"harris county" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Person who is an elected fish oil official of used and decided that he wants to put money that could be probably used better given what this city is still recovering from hurricane harvey emmy were not even six months past are we close to it something along those lines late august were in midfebruary right now given what went down not exactly feel this is the most appropriate way to use eddie of harris county's money now again i would adrian person that does not know the bottom line when it comes to local government all i know is that people did not want this to happen when the vote was made back in 2013 to turn this into something else and i know that there have been a lot of power points put out by the powersthatbe that have been behind this decision to renovate the astrodome for a hundred and five million dollars and i believe what five million of it or so would actually come from the harris county fund the money that they actually have to the side i just feel like it's it's it's misplaced and i think that any decision to tried up pushed a movement like this forward i think it shows a clear lack of just sense i mean what are you doing what does this accomplish why now i mean we've been letting this thing russ and rust and rust four years yair's i we were almost talk in two decades and yeah there was a little bit of time where people came in in the mid in the wake of hurricane katrina but we're talking a long period of time this thing has not been used.

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