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"jesse salameh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Humans. Is in 2024. But we know from my experience that space is hard Bill Nelson that 2024 date was set during the Trump Administration. America is listening to box. No, tell you away I local news authorities are investigating an 18 wheeler that was allegedly filled with illegal immigrants that was discovered on the East side. San Antonio Police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says the truck was pulled over at the Flying J Travel Center on I 10 and Foster Road Night before last passer by Call the police after noticing some suspicious activity, maybe some people in the back of the big rig when officers approached the truck around 80 to 100. Immigrants that were inside the truck started fleeing. Officials say 29 of them stayed at the gas station are being taken to federal processing center. The driver of the rig is now facing federal alien smuggling charges. Eric Griffin said little during his first appearance yesterday in San Antonio federal court If found guilty, he faces 10 years in prison, according to court papers. The 49 year old trucker admitted to Homeland security agents and he was paid to bring the packed trailer from Laredo to a San Antonio gas station where they bailed out. So far 41 of the illegal immigrants have been captured. The state of Texas is set to carry out its first execution of the year later this month. Charity McCurdy has details on May 1942 year old Quentin Felipe A. Jones of Fort Worth is scheduled to be Executed and Huntsville for the 1999 drug fueled baseball bat murder of his 83 year old great aunt. He struck her numerous times over the head and took property from her home. Jones, a sense expressed remorse and the victim's relatives are urging the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles and Governor Abbott to grant clemency and commuted sentence to life imprisonment. Jones is execution would be the first of five set for this year is the state is down to 17 doses amid a lethal drug shortage. Charity McCurdy news radio 1200 w O a yacht get the latest news any time anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio, 1200 w.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on KQED Radio

"How many parents will keep their kids from getting the shots? I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King. We examine which parents are hesitant. And why on StoryCorps, a foster mom and her foster daughter talk about how they met in Colombia protest against the government's attempt to reform the tax system are widening. Colombians are demanding something be done to address poverty and inequality. It is Friday, May 7th, the Colombian singer J. Well being is 36. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston stocks opened mixed on Wall Street this morning after the Labor Department issued a disappointing jobs report. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 85 points in early trading. US. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than forecasters were expecting job gains for March. We're also revised down That's a nasty surprise, given the strong jump in demand during the month from newly vaccinated customers who were dining out and planning, vacations, restaurants, bars and hotels all added workers during April, But manufacturing employment slumped partly as a result of automakers. Trouble sourcing the computer chips they need. Grocery stores and delivery companies also cut workers in April. Some employers say hiring would have been stronger but complain They're having trouble attracting workers. They're still 8.2 million fewer people on payrolls than there were before the pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President. Biden is expected to deliver remarks today on the latest jobs report. Speech from the White House follows a trip to Louisiana on Thursday, where he once again promoted his sweeping infrastructure and American jobs plan Biting will let her head to Camp David for the weekend. Police in Texas are investigating a potential human smuggling operation after they pulled over a truck and San Antonio last night. Authorities say most of the people inside fled into a nearby field. San Antonio police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says dozens of people may still be on the run. We don't have a solid number on that. Anywhere from 8200 is the number that we've been. We've heard it already say the driver of the truck is now in custody. Homeland Security has joined the investigation in Jerusalem, Israelis and Palestinians clashed on a street where Palestinian families are fighting court ordered eviction. Religious Jewish settler group has claimed ownership of their properties. MPR's Daniel Estrin reports on last night's skirmish in Jerusalem. Okay, there's some clashes now.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"And if we don't keep up the pace open cases could war back in the winter. So what's the White House strategy for convincing the skeptics? And if we can't convince them what's next? Plenty else for us to get to this week, and we'd love you to weigh in. Email us at 18. W A. M u dot org's comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one egg. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston stocks opened mixed on Wall Street this morning after the Labor Department issued a disappointing jobs report. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 85 points in early trading. US. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than forecasters were expecting job gains for March. We're also revised down That's a nasty surprise, given the strong jump in demand during the month from newly vaccinated customers who were dining out and planning, vacations, restaurants, bars and hotels all added workers during April, But manufacturing employment slumped partly as a result of automakers. Trouble sourcing the computer chips they need. Grocery stores and delivery companies also cut workers in April. Some employers say hiring would have been stronger but complain They're having trouble attracting workers. They're still 8.2 million fewer people on payrolls than there were before the pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President Biden is expected to deliver remarks today on the latest jobs report. His speech from the White House follows a trip to Louisiana on Thursday, where he once again promoted his sweeping infrastructure and American jobs plan. Aydin will let her head to Camp David for the weekend. Police in Texas are investigating a potential human smuggling operation after they pulled over a truck in San Antonio last night. Authorities say most of the people inside fled into a nearby field. San Antonio police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says dozens of people may still be on the run. We don't have a.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Then Houston's mayor and the Harris County judge called out the Greater Houston partnership this week over its silence on the election bills in Austin and rapper and producer 50 Cent has moved to Houston. We asked this week's not expert panel to weigh in on both developments on the good, The bad and the Ugly Plus, it's National Space Day. We celebrate by talking with a NASA engineer. No, not an aerospace engineer, a new audio engineer. We'll start with the news update from NPR and news. 88 7 stick around. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm winter Johnston stocks opened mixed on Wall Street this morning after the Labor Department issued a disappointing NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones industrial average rose about 85 points in early trading. US. Employers added just 266,000 jobs in April, far fewer than forecasters were expecting job gains for March. We're also revised down That's a nasty surprise, given the strong jump in demand during the month from newly vaccinated customers. Some employers say hiring would have been stronger but complain they're having trouble attracting workers. They're still 8.2 million fewer people on payrolls than there were before the pandemic. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington President. Biden is expected to deliver remarks today on the latest jobs report. Speech from the White House follows a trip to Louisiana on Thursday, where he once again promoted his sweeping infrastructure and American jobs plan. Fighting will let her head to Camp David for the weekend. Police in Texas are investigating a potential human smuggling operation after they pulled over a truck in San Antonio last night. Authorities say most of the people inside fled into a nearby field. San Antonio police Lieutenant Jesse Salameh says dozens of people may still be on the run. We don't have a solid number on that. Anywhere from 8200 is the number that we've been. We've heard it already say the driver of the truck is now.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Authorities are investigating an 18 wheeler that was allegedly filled with illegal immigrants that was discovered on the city's east side. San Antonio Police Sergeant Jesse Salameh said the truck was pulled over at the Flying J Travel Center on a tenant foster road last night Passer by Call the police after noticing some suspicious activity, maybe some people in the back of the big rig when officers approached the truck around 80 to 100 illegal immigrants inside started fleeing, officials say 29 of the immigrant state of the gas station and are being taken to a federal processing center. One was hospitalized for dehydration. The 49 year old driver is in police custody. Well, there's a rush by Democrats to pass immigration reform. Congressman Joaquin Castro of Texas says everything is in place, with Democrats holding power in the White House, the U. S House and the U. S Senate. But that window for immigration reform is closing quickly, he says. With the 2022 interim elections looming large, there's got to be a lot of momentum and a big push to get immigration reform done. This year. There are currently for immigration bills that have been filed, including ones targeting the so called dreamers, farm workers and frontline workers. I'm Beth Myers NEWS Radio 1200 W AWAY, I vice President Kamila Harris will meet virtually today with Mexican President undress Manuel Lopez Obrador to discuss the surge of migrants at the southern border. It took the Texas House till three o'clock this morning to hammer out election integrity legislation on second reading. State. Rep. Briscoe Cane sponsored Senate Bill seven, which will limit polling places, voting hours and further define the role of poll watchers. I found this build up, you.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To Beth Israel deaconess for new surgical techniques innovative treatments and experts support services Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center part of the Beth Israel Leahy health. we've got sunshine today we've got warm temperatures we've got you. tions what kind of feels like summer but it's not it's the first day of fall temperatures in the upper eighties a shower thunderstorm crossing the area this evening sixty eight in the city sixty in the suburbs after those storms going through not as warm tomorrow less humid seventy five to eighty Wednesday son shot a little cooler seventy three warming up again by Thursday this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop. good morning I'm Dan Parker here the five things you need to know at eight fifteen yes it is fall but today will not feel like fall in fact far from it temperatures well into the eighties inland humid conditions. for now for you know in the season still touchdowns allowed by the defense the jets scored twice yesterday. once a month once had a pick six for backup quarterback Jarrett stood on that street the jets thirteen to fourteen problems for travelers using British tour company Thomas cook the company collapsing earlier today tens of thousands of vacationers about the left stranded game of thrones one of the big winners at last night's Emmy awards taking home two prizes including best television drama series the fourth on. I live in San Antonio Texas the latest child to die in a hot car this year thirty three smaller Rivera has details please in San Antonio say a three year old boy died in a hot car in the family's drive way the parents told police they were distracted after driving home from a tee ball game with the toddler and another son a six year old San Antonio police lieutenant Jesse Salameh's as each parent thought the other had taken the three year old out of the car by the time they realize the several hours of past when they got the child out of the vehicle he was not responsive San Antonio police are treating the death as a tragic accident Maria Vieira ABC news officials say more than forty children have died in hot cars this year a three alarm fire chasing residents out of a condo complex in Fitchburg two people were stuck inside that building on Beekman straight one of them was able to escape on their own to the other had to be rescued by ladder from the third floor and a former school building one resident the neighborhood says he heard an explosion from within that building before seeing those flames pet owners alert CBS is Jim chrysalis shining a light on a popular nutritional supplements with more and more people giving.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Natural alternatives to prescription pain and stress relief is exceeding the bio naturals dot com C. B. B. Y. O. naturals dot com first day of fall feels more like mid summer highs in the upper eighties warmest inland spots today with a bit of sunshine around a little bit of humidity as well as shower thunderstorm crossing the area tonight it'll clear and become more comfortable lows in the sixties not as warm tomorrow less humid temperatures in mid seventies to near eighty Wednesday about seventy three for the high with sunshine we're back into the low eighties by Thursday. this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop. good morning I've been Parker here the five things you need to know at six fifteen all started a few hours ago but today will not feel like fall temperatures well into the eighties inland humid conditions. now for you know thirty to fourteen win over the jets yesterday still no touchdowns allowed by the defense the jets scored on the most wanted a pick six from backup quarterback. problems for travelers who use British tour company Thomas cook the company collapsed early today after failing to secure emergency funding tens of thousands of vacationers have now been left stranded. thrones couple prizes last night at the Emmy awards including best television drama series fourth time show one night. I live in San Antonio Texas the latest to die in a hot car this year to get the details from ABC news more Rivera police in San Antonio say a three year old boy died in a hot car in the family's driveway the parents told police they were distracted after driving home from a tee ball game with a toddler and another son a six year old San Antonio police lieutenant Jesse Salameh's as each parent thought the other had taken the three year old out of the car by the time they realize that several hours had passed when they got the child out of the vehicle he was not responsive San Antonio police are treating the death as a tragic accident monorover era ABC news officials say more than forty children have died in hot cars this year a three alarm fire chasing residents from a condominium complex in Fitchburg two people were stuck inside that building on Beekman street life died when fire crews arrived about six o'clock one of those people able to escape of the role that the other had to be rescued by ladder from the third floor of the former school building one resident of the neighborhood says he heard an explosion from within that building before seeing flames was sad day for foodies as celebrity chef Carlos Ruiz has died at the age of forty four the Food Network star featured prominently over the years on shows so on the Food Network Ruiz was the executive chef at the New York eatery look to Bala and help to open restaurants all over the world guard fieri.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Because Sandra CarMax will buy it that's correct the car your driving now because Sandra again comments by they're on a roll any car at all no matter what Jerry it is the answer CarMax will buy it that's right because CarMax buys all the cars no matter what no questions asked. Iran's president Sunday warned against the presence of foreign troops in the Gulf region two days after the US said it would send personnel and equipment to Saudi Arabia following attacks on oil refineries at the U. S. blames on Iran but ABC chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz says those troops were sending to Saudi Arabia those will be in a defensive position we are sending air defenses we are not sending troops on any sort of offense at this point so in many ways the administration has really dialed this back to the big question is if Iran keeps firing missiles if Iran keeps firing drones then what did they do. is it in trump said he does not intend to meet with Iranian officials at the U. when this week but he is flexible more than forty children have died this year in hot cars in the U. S. according to a safety group in the latest fatality occurred Saturday in Texas police in San Antonio say a three year old boy died in a hot car in the family's drive way the parents told police they were distracted after driving home from a tee ball game with the toddler and another son a six year old San Antonio police lieutenant Jesse Salameh's as each parent thought the other had taken the three year old out of the car by the time they.

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"jesse salameh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"jesse salameh" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nah, really slow in the flow, though. Still looks good. Eastbound one fifty one through military eastbound highway ninety general Hon now. No real slow downs. Eastbound sixteen oh, four looking good out around Bron road. All the way down past Babcock Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w O AI. Your Weather Channel forecast for this Thursday. We'll see partly cloudy skies this afternoon. A high of sixty four right now cloudy conditions. Fifty one degrees. Six one at NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I today President Trump will visit mcallen as he continues to fight for his border wall in his prime time address this week. President Trump said there is a crisis at the border, which is why we need the wall that does not sit well with mcallen residents, Scott Nichol. He wants Trump to look in the eyes, the landowners whose land is being seized by a minute domain is going to push for something like that. But he sees the damage that will be done and the people that we harmed. He says the border wall will cut in half land. That's been owned for generations. And basically give part of it to Mexico, Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w bull fly into mcallen on air force. One would Texas Senator John Cornyn and Ted Cruz. Meanwhile, as the government shutdown drags on into its twentieth day, the president is looking to build the wall some other way with congressional Democrats refuse. Using to allocate money for a wall or steel fence along the border, President Trump has directed. Top White House attorney, Pat sip baloney to explore legal ways to find the money without congress, the options under consideration include using disaster relief funds to build the wall. Invoking a legal statute that allows the department of defense to respond to law enforcement agencies in need of help or us. Presidential powers to declare a national emergency. Allowing the president to access billions in military funds, although court challenges would quickly follow one police officer is dead. Another wounded in two separate shooting incidents in Shreveport, Louisiana. Police officer was shot to death on her way to work last night. She was reportedly shot multiple times including once in the head. There's no word on any arrests and Raleigh North Carolina. Police have arrested two suspects in connection with the shooting of a police officer who suffered multiple gunshot wounds, including one in the neck when he exited his patrol car. The officers condition is unknown following emergency surgery. The. Incident happened when the officer was responding to a carjacking report a gun battle on the city's southwest side this morning, San Antonio police say a man on painted hor street off old Pearsall road opened fire on too many were taking his truck trailer. One of them is hospitalized. The other ran off and police are questioning the homeowner who was not injured. No updates today on the status of missing San Antonio, baby. King Jay Dhabi LA last night. Police raided the home of his father was a search warrant, and I can't share with that that information public. It may be at some point. But right now, it's not police spokesman Jesse Salameh's says there are things that investigators have information on, but they cannot release it because it could compromise the case baby king J Davi law went missing Friday. His father claimed that someone stole his car with a child inside. But that turned out to be a hoax. A new program is aiming to help kids who witnessed violence, if a San Antonio police officer sees that a child may be traumatized police chief William McMahon says there's now something they can do about it to make sure the child is treated with compassion. Telstra feels that the incident may have exposed the child to trauma confidential notification will be sent to the child's school. The only message the school will receive is that the kid's name and the words handle with care that way of teacher notices the child is not acting. Normally, they know why it's being tested in the San Antonio northeast and east central school districts or the most transformational and controversial figures in the twentieth century, Texas politics is out of prison at the age of seventy five and nineteen. Seventy-four Ramsey moon. Needs became the first Latino to run for governor on the hard left. La raza. You need a ticket. His lawyer dicta Garin says Moonies surprise everybody by getting a quarter million votes about thirty percents..

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