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"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"President Biden made his first primetime address to the nation as commander in chief last night, weighing on the nearly $2 trillion covert relief package that was passed and signed into law, he says help is on the way for those Americans who are struggling through the Corona virus. Pandemic extends unemployment benefits. Help small businesses lowers health care premiums. For many, it provides food and nutrition keeps families in their homes. No cut child poverty this country in half, according to the experts, The White House says those $1400 checks will have bank accounts beginning this weekend. Republicans are expressing concern over the package because of its cost. They also say it doesn't do a good job of targeting the money to people that needed and that it has little to do with actual covert relief. Fighting also announced last night that by May 1st, all Americans over the age of 18 will be eligible to get a covert vaccine. And he has a goal of Americans being able to freely gather in small groups for the Independence Day holiday. The IRA says tax refunds airway down almost a month into the filing season. The tax agency says the number of refunds is 32% lower than this time In 2020, the IRA said that could be due to filing season starting two weeks later than usual is almost 18%. Fewer Americans have filed their returns compared to last year. The average refund amount is about 3% lower so far. An 18 Wheeler burst into flames after crashing into a concrete median on the city's east side. It happened just after four a.m. on itune near North Foster Road Fire Fair. Firefighters were able to knock down the fire pretty quickly. The driver made it safely and was not seriously injured. The eastbound lanes of I 10 are closed before foster road traffic is being diverted to the service road. The tractor trailer was hauling Rebar, which spilled on the highway. Diesel fuel also spelled well. Today, A pair of high ranking lawmakers will visit the Texas border to see firsthand the impact of the immigration surge. Senator John Cornyn says this is a new type of humanitarian crisis due to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. Migrants were not being tested and those that are being tested or being told the corn self quarantine. He'll be joined at the border today by Congressman Henry Cuellar, where they will tour the detention facility for migrant Children and chorizo springs. They will then meet with Border Patrol officials following a round table with Laredo officials and community leaders. Cornyn and Quay are scheduled to hold a two p.m. press conference. There are teaming up to reintroduce the Humane Act, which deals with kids who are taken into custody. It would put them at the front of the line for an asylum hearing. House Democrats advanced a pair of firearm background check bills on Thursday as part of a push to pass gun control legislation. The two bills passed with large support from Democrats and most Republicans opposed. One measure would require universal background checks on all commercial gun sales. It is similar to previous bipartisan proposals, a second measures designed to close what supporters called Charleston loophole extending the wait period for background checks to 10 days. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he will put background check legislation on the floor, but passage would require at least 60 votes in the 50 50 divided Senate. Wrongly convicted Dallas man He's been locked up for 34 years has not yet been set Free. Benjamin Spencer was expected to be released Thursday, The day after the Dallas County DA's office recommended his 1988 conviction for aggravated robbery be vacated as a last night The judge had not signed the order to release him. He was 22 years old when he was arrested for the 1987 car jacking and murder of clothing executive Jeffrey Young. Spencer was exonerated after it turned out. The key witness lied during the trial. Police in Fort Worth will soon start sending civilians to certain nonviolent calls to do what's usually police work. The first nine members of the new civilian Response unit graduate today after training for six weeks at the police Academy, their cars will be marked civilian response. But don't look like police cars and serve uniforms will wear colored shirts with the Citi logo. The civilians will respond to incidents such as abandoned cars, burglaries, credit card fraud and loose cattle to fill out paperwork and do basic investigations. All the San Antonio Zoo is taking advantage of governor of its decision to relax the covert restrictions. Spokeswoman Hope Ross says they are open at 100% capacity. You is at 100% itself because you're outdoors and we have so much places to roam. But the restaurants and our merchandise locations they will stay at 75% capacity. The mass mandate has been lifted by the state, but the zoo is highly recommending everyone cover their face while at the park for the first time in a very long time, Spurs fans will be allowed back in the 80 anti center for tonight's game. General manager Casey Have Erling says they have been eagerly waiting for this day. We're all over the moon. Just ready to bring people back and have worked so hard to make sure we're gonna do it.

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"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:09 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Off showers after midnight. Alot of 66 right now, some patchy drizzle. 69 degrees six. So one news radio 1200 w O A. I will President Biden made his first primetime address to the nation as commander in chief last night, weighing on the nearly $2 Trillion covert relief package that was passed and signed into law this week, he says help is on the way for those Americans who are struggling through the Corona virus pandemic. Extends unemployment benefits It helps small businesses lowers health care premiums. For many, it provides food and nutrition keeps families in their homes. No cut child poverty in this country in half, According to the experts, those $1400 stimulus checks will hit bank accounts beginning this weekend. Republicans are expressing concern over the package because of its cost. They also say it doesn't do a good job of targeting the money to people that need it, and that it has little to do with actual covert relief. Biting, also announced last night in his address that by May 1st, all Americans over the age of 18 will be eligible to get a covert vaccine. And by July, 4th Americans will be able to freely gather in small groups. Today, A pair of high ranking lawmakers will visit the Texas border to see firsthand the impact of the immigration surge. Senator John Cornyn says This is a new type of humanitarian crisis due to the lingering Corona virus pandemic. Migrants were not being tested and those that are being tested or being told the corn self quarantine. We'll be joined at the border today by Congressman Henry Cuellar, where they will tour the detention facility for migrant Children and Chorizo springs. They will didn't meet with Border Patrol officials following a round table with Laredo, Texas. Officials and community leaders corn and inquire are scheduled to hold a press conference at two p.m.. The pair are teaming up to reintroduce the Humane Act, which deals with kids who are taken into custody. It would put them at the front of the line for an asylum hearing. House Democrats advanced a pair of firearm background check bills on Thursday as part of a push to pass gun control legislation. The two bills passed with large support from Democrats and most Republicans opposed. One measure would require universal background checks on all commercial gun sales. It is similar to previous bipartisan proposals. Second measures designed to close what supporters called Charleston loophole extending the wait period for background checks to 10 days. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says he will put background check legislation on the floor, but passage would require at least 60 votes in the 50 50 divided Senate. Wrongly convicted Dallas man who's been locked up for 34 years is in free just yet. Benjamin Spencer was expected to be released yesterday, The day after the Dallas County DA's Office recommended his 1988 conviction for aggravated robbery be vacated as the last night the judge hadn't signed the order to release Spencer. He was 22 years old when he was arrested for the 1987 car jacking and murder of clothing executive Jeffrey Young. Spencer was exonerated after it turned out. The key witness lied during the trial. The New York State Assembly is opening an investigation with full subpoena power as a first step in pursuing a potential impeachment of governor Andrew Cuomo amid sexual misconduct allegations with six women's allegations, plus the governor taking heat for the alleged nursing home, called it death cover up. At least 59 Democratic state lawmakers signed onto a letter saying the governor needs to put the people of New York first. We have a lieutenant governor who can step in and lead for the remainder of the term and this is what is best for New Yorkers In this critical time. It is time for Governor Cuomo to resign. The governor said he was confident in the pending results of the attorney general's investigation. He has released a statement in which he denied inappropriately touching anybody, but acknowledged his jokes at work might have been misinterpreted. San Antonio zoos taking advantage of Governor Abbott's decision to relax the covert with restrictions, spokeswoman Hope Ross says they're now open at 100% occupancy. The new is at 100% itself because you're outdoors and we have so much places to roam. But the restaurants and our merchandise locations they will stay at 75% capacity. The mass mandate has been lifted by the state, but the zoo is highly recommending everyone covered their face while at the park all the Longhorns knocked out the Red Raiders last night in the Big 12 tournament with a 67 to 66 1 in Kansas City. The third seeded Longhorns will now advance to play number two Kansas tonight at 8 30 in the Big 12 tournament semi finals. The number one seeded Baylor Bears defeated Kansas State 74 to 68 to advance to the semi finals. Or they will take on number five Oklahoma State this evening. The winners will play in tomorrow evening's championship game. The beginning of daylight saving time means it's time to set your clocks ahead one hour over the weekend. The new time takes effect at two a.m. Sunday morning. Americans perform this ritual twice a year because of a suggestion made by Benjamin Franklin Back in the year, 17 84. It was first enacted by the federal government in 1918 to save Cole during World War One, the on and off again practice of setting timepieces forward in the spring and backward in the fall was finally standardized and signed into law in 1966. The idea is to make better use of daylight and to conserve energy. Is this the end of the pandemic Pizza Party, Tom Busby, a. Bloomberg has is in focus report heats, the sales skyrocketed during the pandemic. But it's more Americans get vaccinated and cities and states ease up on restrictions. The rapid growth at national chains like Papa John's and Domino's even neighborhood pizza shops experienced over the past year is now slowing down. It would stand to reason that their growth and I was growth in the pizza market is going to begin to decline. That's John Longstreet, president and CEO of the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association. He says. There's a good reason why pizza places in particular so a big jump in sales. They already knew how to deliver and people were already accustomed to ordering pizza by delivery or take out. But other eateries adapted to the new normal have take out and delivery, which Longstreet says will likely be a permanent change for the industry has fewer customers, Dinan, but pizza places won't have to worry. People are always gonna love pizza. It is an American staple. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business for News Radio. 1200 wook.

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"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

07:22 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Over 300 points. I'm David Anthony, and this is Fox News. About 800,000 doses of the covert vaccine are coming to Texas next week, fewer than the million plus the state received this week. As of next week. Some theme a vaccine hubs won't be doing first doses, and we'll concentrate instead on second doses for the next three weeks. In addition, the initial supply of the single shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine has been used up. D S. H s officials say Next week's allocation will still be the third largest the state has received so far. A wrongly convicted Dallas man who's been locked up for 34 years is in free just yet. Benjamin Spencer was Specter to be released Thursday, The day after the Dallas County DA's office recommended his 1988 conviction for aggravated robbery Be vacated. As of last night. The judge had not signed the order to release Spencer. He was 22 years old when he was arrested for the 1987 Carjacking and murder of clothing executive Jeffrey Young Spencer was exonerated after it turned out. The key witness lied during the trial. I'm charity McCurdy Yeah. Remember DFW talks here. Talk radio. We live in nineties. Real Texas Real talk from Washington to Wall Street. Covering the World. America's first news with Matt Graves is on the air and good Friday morning Americans. The first news continues its the 12th day of March, six minutes past the hour. President Biden delivering a somber but optimistic message on the one year anniversary of the Corona virus pandemic and speaking Thursday from the East Room of the White House in his first presidential address to the nation, he directed states to make all American adults eligible for a Corona virus vaccine. Later that may 1st. He said he's hopeful Americans will be able to safely gather in small groups by the fourth of July. He also condemned the violence Asian Americans have endured Since the start of the Corona virus pandemic. Around the front lines of this pandemic, trying to save lives, and still still, they're forced to live in fear for their lives, just walking down streets in America. It's wrong. It's un American, and it must stop. Look We know what we need to do to beat this virus. Tell the truth. Follow the scientists. The science work together. Trust and faith in our government of Phyllis. Most important function, which is protecting the American people know function more important. Need to remember the government isn't some foreign force in the distant capital. No, it's us all of us. We, the people. For you and I that America thrives. When we give our heart we we turn our hands. A common purpose. And right now, my friends Doing just that. Hard to say is your present. I'm grateful to you buying, voicing optimism the U. S. Will edged toward a semblance of normalcy in the coming months, but also warned that quote we may have to Reinstate restrictions as Americans failed to stay vigilant about social distancing and other precautions. Meanwhile, framing it as freedom. Oklahoma Governor Kevin Sted lifted his own coronavirus restrictions statewide is more people are vaccinated in new cases and hospitalizations. Are on the decline. We're coming to an end the covert 19 pandemic. The worst is behind us. And the light at the end of the tunnel is brighter than ever before. Oklahoma. We are on track to get our summer back. The standard for normal cannot be zero cases. In Oklahoma. The standard for normal is freedom. Freedom to worship freedom to go to work and earn a paycheck. Freedom to visit your loved ones and nursing homes, the freedom to send your kids to school in person. And the freedom to protect your family. However you see fit A Zilong As I'm governor, I will protect the freedoms of Oklahomans. Nested extended his emergency powers in February, pleading then with Oklahomans toe wear masks and social distance of the seven day rolling average of new cases in Oklahoma has declined from 736 Day Leaders 643, according to Johns Hopkins University. Germany's top health official expressed regret Friday that some neighboring countries have paused in their use of AstraZeneca's Corona virus vaccine. It follows reports of blood clots and some people that despite the Lack of any evidence that shot was responsible Health minister agenda. Spahn said that while Germany takes reports of possible side effects from vaccines very seriously that both the European Medicines Agency and Germany's own vaccine oversight body has said they have no evidence of an increase in dangerous blood clots in connection with shots. Denmark was the first to temporarily suspend use of the AstraZeneca vaccine after reports of blood clots that the Nordic nations health authorities said the decision was quote based on a precautionary principle. That one person who developed a blood clot after vaccination had died. Back stateside. Most people in Mississippi's capital now have running water more than three weeks after the majority of taps in the city of 161,000 went dry during the winter storm. Still, officials said Thursday. Thousands will likely remain under a boil notice until next week. Residents have been boiling water to cook clean brush their teeth. Since that storm passed through February, 15th and Froze machinery at one of Jackson's of water treatment plants. Jackson on Wednesday received preliminary clearance to lift the boil water notice on its 16,000 well. Water connections. The city as around 43,000 surface water connections still under advisory. The mayor says the crisis has been caused, in part by decades of neglect and aging infrastructure. And uber and lift our rivals, But they have teamed up to create a database of drivers ousted from their services for complaints about sexual assault and other crimes that have raised passenger safety concerns for years. The clearinghouse unveiled Thursday will initially list a driver's expelled, but it will also be open to other companies that deployed delivery workers. Now the new sharing safety program will be overseen by higher right. It's a specialist in background checks now. The use of the third parties aimed at addressing potential legal concerns about companies having access to information to each other's personnel matters, and the companies say they are rivals on several levels. Of course, but safety is a common shared goal. For behind the scenes Look at a FN Go to a FN now dot com Reach out to me across the board on Social Media, Twitter or Facebook, Matt Ray talk, use the hashtag A FN and follow the show on Twitter to at America's first news. Use the hashtag A FN We're just getting started on this Friday morning. It's the 12th Day of March. Still to come this hour. Senior U. S and Chinese officials will meet next week and their first face to face since President Joe Biden took office. Of course, that relationship is strained. We will preview.

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"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:16 min | 4 months ago

"jeffrey young spencer" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Older will be eligible for the covid nineteen vaccine beginning march fifteenth. That's what the state announced yesterday. The decision to prioritize age is based on data showing the vast majority of coronavirus related deaths occur in older texans but it means that on the day. Businesses can fully reopen and the state's mask mandate ends many younger texans who work in food service drive buses or have other jobs. That can't be done from home are still not able to get vaccinated. We've seen a remarkable decrease in the number of hospitalizations and deaths since people sixty five and older started becoming fully vaccinated in january said department of state health services associate commissioner imelda garcia expanding ages fifty to sixty four will continue. The state's priorities of protecting those at greatest risk of severe comes and preserving the state's healthcare system in crime news. Dallas man imprisoned or three decades in a deadly. Dallas robbery was wrongfully convicted. That's what dallas county prosecutors said. Yesterday ben spencer fifty-six is expected to be released from jail. This week for the first time in thirty four years prosecutors in the district attorney's office who reviewed his case found that previous prosecutors withheld evidence from spencer's defense team about the robbery and slaying of businessman. Jeffrey young spencer always maintained his innocence. Even though admitting guilt could have meant earning parole years ago cynthia garza chief of the conviction integrity unit said in a written statement. We conducted an independent investigation. And when we did that it was apparent that spencer was wrongfully convicted. The district attorney's office would not say whether they plan to retry spencer. A da's office spokeswoman said the conviction integrity unit is still investigating the case in politics. They all found out long after their mothers had died they had called each other late at night. Texted each other over glasses of wine from their own homes. They knew everything about each other's mothers where they lived. How they died but many of the families who say their loved ones were killed by billy jamir. The man awaiting trial for eighteen counts of capital murder had never met before yesterday. It was cathartic they said to finally meet and share their common tragedy. It's healing to share. Our story said karen harris whose mother miriam nelson was killed in march. Two thousand eighteen. The occasion was also public. A news conference to voice support for several bills filed in the texas legislature in response to the crimes among the proposals are measures to increase security in senior living communities and increase enforcement of regulations on cash for gold shops and finally citing governor greg abbott executive order permitting texas businesses to fully open. The rangers became the first major professional team north america to announce plans allowing one hundred percent stadium capacity at games in two thousand twenty one. The club will mandate mask wearing but it also stressed the need for voluntary compliance from fans as it hopes to welcome over forty thousand five hundred fans for the april fifth home at globally field club. Officials said there would be a three strikes policy on warnings about masks before any action is taken..

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Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years

The Dallas Morning News

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Wrongfully Convicted Dallas Man Set To Be Released After 34 Years

"In crime news. Dallas man imprisoned or three decades in a deadly. Dallas robbery was wrongfully convicted. That's what dallas county prosecutors said. Yesterday ben spencer fifty-six is expected to be released from jail. This week for the first time in thirty four years prosecutors in the district attorney's office who reviewed his case found that previous prosecutors withheld evidence from spencer's defense team about the robbery and slaying of businessman. Jeffrey young spencer always maintained his innocence. Even though admitting guilt could have meant earning parole years ago cynthia garza chief of the conviction integrity unit said in a written statement. We conducted an independent investigation. And when we did that it was apparent that spencer was wrongfully convicted. The district attorney's office would not say whether they plan to retry spencer. A da's office spokeswoman said the conviction integrity unit is still investigating the case

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