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"jim davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The NRA convention enters prime time in Houston as an investigation gets underway in ivaldi less than 300 miles away And lawmakers from Washington back home preparing for a week of talks over the phone presumably we're going to talk about it with Stephen Dennis Bloomberg congressional reporter What is possible here if anything now that Mitch McConnell has apparently signed onto this John cornyn's busy everybody's talking But have we seen that movie before And a great panel with us today as well We'll be joined a bit later by Adam Goodman and former congressman Jim Davis but first the markets on a Friday Charlie pellets got that for you Indeed what a week it was Joe Matthew for the week we had the S&P 500 Index surging 6.6% breaking a 7 week losing streak economic data is confirming consumer demand remains strong and inflation is cooling S&P by the way best week since November of 2020 this week it rallied 6.6% Today the S&P up a hundred points up two and a half percent the Dow was up 575 heading into a long holiday weekend up 1.8% That's important because we saw a lot of buying coming into the market like volume though but buying ahead of the clothes NASDAQ up 390 up to day by 3.3% Ten year yield 2.74% spot gold up $3 ten cents the ounce to 1853 up two tenths of 1% West Texas and immediate crude above a $115 a barrel one 1507 a by 9 tenths of 1% so again recapping worth repeating best week for the S&P 500 Index since November 2020 I'm Charlie palato Matthew as a Bloomberg business flash Hi Charlie Thank you and appreciate you being with us on the Friday edition of sound on As Senate Democrats signal potential for compromise we talked about this column yesterday Stephen Dennis shares the byline and he's with us Right now Steven it's great to have you here as lawmakers I guess prepare for a long week after they go to the Memorial Day parades and get yelled at by constituents a long week on the phone trying to find some common ground You talk to so many of them on such a regular basis Are you hearing talk of reality or is this as someone pointed out I think it was Chris Murphy to you The part where Lucy pulls out the football Yeah I think there is a there is a real potential for a sort of a very narrowly crafted package That would include incentivizing states potentially to enact red flag laws something like 19 states already have these laws that allow courts to take guns away from people that say police officers or mental health professionals deem are danger And so there's a democratic proposal in the house to make a federal red flag law You can go to a federal district court for example in those states that don't have their own red flag laws but Republicans say that's sort of a nonstarter That's sort of maybe the linchpin of maybe coming up with some kind of a deal There's also talk of doing some kind of.
"jim davis" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Jim Davis on the panel with Bloomberg politics contributor Rick Davis today They are coming up next First though the markets let's bring in Charlie pellet for the update Charlie On day on Wall Street you mentioned The Walt Disney Company's Disney slumping today by 2.3% The Dow the S&P has stack all declined as the sell off in treasuries resumed with traders bracing for the possibility of more aggressive policy from the Federal Reserve S&P down 65 down one and a half percent the Dow down 368 down 1% NASDAQ down 278 down 2.1% Ten year yield 2.94% spot gold at 1951 the outs West Texas enemy accrued up 1.6% one O three 79 a barrel Briefly snapping shares trading lower now down 1% after earnings two of Steve Bannon's former co defendants accused of misusing donations intending to fund a wall with Mexico of pleaded guilty to crimes that could land them behind bars for years than in a one time strategist to former president Trump was pardoned on the last day of Trump's term in office in January of 2021 and is no longer involved in the case LA county will still require masks on public transit Warner Brothers discovery shutting down the CNN plus screaming service and Mattel has unveiled a Queen Elizabeth Barbie on the queen's birthday I'm Charlie palato Matthew is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie we thank you And thanks for being with us on Bloomberg sound on Must have been quite an evening It was quite an evening In the Florida House of Representatives.
"jim davis" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"In various television shows and prime time specials in the 1980s. Nickelodeon para company Viacom acquired the rights to Garfield in 2019. Yeah, Garfield. He's in a smash brothers clone. Are you excited to play as Garfield? Gary. First thing, a couple of things about Garfield. We will laugh at Garfield these days and rightly so. Like Garfield hasn't been cool since I don't like the 80s. I'm not gonna have to remember when Garfield was still kind of a little bit cool and it hadn't been turned into a meme now. It's turning into a joke, whether it's no Garfield without Garfield or any of the other things that we do to make Garfield actually funny by kind of looking at looking at from an ironic stance. And that's been a rich vein of comedy in recent years. But fair play to Jim Davis. That guy is fucking swimming in money. No one's laughing more than Jim fucking David. It's a coffee actively like is in new comics coming out, or is it just like done? I'm not entirely sure maybe I don't know. I'm just saying that girlfriend like that guy's fucking swimming around in a Scrooge mcduck vote. Absolutely. My creation as much as you want. Yeah, he's like whatever. I get to be that rich. Oh, yeah, a 100%. He's done. He's reached the ideal place where the popularity of Garfield is like just driven the engine of that is the Internet taking the piss out of it. I don't feel it already is like I'm not saying like it's at the bottom of its credibility, but like, you know, when the Garfield cart racer came out, you know, I think everyone just kind of went yeah, fine. There wasn't anything more you could do, oh, really. And it's not like, oh no, but the beloved Garfield. I can't believe you've done this to him. You might as well put him in a fucking smash brothers game. Why not? Why not, as long as the check clears, right? Yeah, exactly. I think just in general, I'm actually really enjoying this little this little kind of trend we're seeing right now. These smash Bros knock offs, whether it be Nickelodeon all star brawl or multiverses. It's kind of fun and ridiculous to see like, I mean, I don't know. I kind of do want to see Shaggy fight Batman, right? Why fucking not? This is exactly the kind of like late stage capitalism shit that we should all be expecting. Yeah, exactly. I mean like fair play to Jim Davis still alive. It just is a state. I guess it is. Oh, really? Not only is he swimming in Garfield bunny, he's living life large and he's likely relatively unknown. He can enjoy his money out of the spotlight. Oh yeah, let's go. Let's go. The 5th story that we've got is a kind of short and sweet one. It's an update. I thought it was worth just touching upon because it's an ongoing story, which is coming from kotaku, quality was on dev stage, walk out over layoffs. The latest update is came today at 1206 p.m. ET. So the walkout is now in its second day and Activision Blizzard's workers involved in the Raven software walkouts, the QA from other studios have joined in.
"jim davis" Discussed on KOMO
"It's United Airlines is telling us that it plans to fly 3500 domestic flights on December That's every single day That's almost as many flights in the air as there were back in 2019 Now for a little perspective just look over at April 2020 Right at the start of the pandemic very few passengers were flying just 649 flights a day And when you look at flight searches united is saying 16% more searches than before the pandemic Florida and ski resorts they are still the top destinations of this winner And you better buy those tickets right now because our friends over at hopper tell us that after Halloween those Thanksgiving ticket prices could jump by 40% Now some may be wondering what about those vaccine mandates for airline workers Will that impact the holiday travel Will that give us headaches and delays and things like that Well what we know is that united they were the first to mandate those vaccines 99% of the staff got the vaccine Some of the other airlines they are just now implementing that And those experts really believe that most of the employees will end up getting the shot G O Bonita's ABC News at Newark liberty international airport Are you pet owner Well you know when the pet goes missing he put up a flyer or maybe turn to social media but como's Brian Calvert joins us with the Washington couple that did neither and called a plumber instead Jim Davis the creator of Garfield once wrote we down deep were all motivated by the same urges Cats have enough courage to live by them And when my though the cat had an urge recently it came from deep down as in down the heating duct His family had just moved into a home in Silla near Yakima and that's when they noticed Milo was missing Three days went by before.
"jim davis" Discussed on Radio Boston
"That's become an issue in this race. What part that's probably become an issue because among democrats there there has been a over the years a fight over charter schools and and whether whether massachusetts should support the expansion of them Campbell supported the twenty sixteen ballot campaign. But she says now that the mayor does not have that kind of authority to expand Charter schools in in In boston now the better. Boston super pac. It does have charter school supporters. But it also has you know a woman who owns a Caribbean restaurant in dorchester. Giving a hundred dollars It's got lawyers Campbell attended princeton So there's numerous reasons that people have given to this pack A number of them are charter school supporters. But they're not the only donors. And i'm i'm fascinated again by this national attention to a local race. As i understand it. Netflix founder reed hastings. According to the boston globe who lives in california contributed one hundred twenty five thousand dollars to that pack is. That's a very good question. I mean it's it's one of those things where You know you'd love. You'd love to get an answer to that one You know i when i was asking somebody about The jim davis plugged in inside or asked about the. Jim davis donation. They said you know sometimes it. You know if you're in a room with a billionaire you don't you don't really ask to that kind of question You know i guess i just. I'm not enough in enough rooms of billionaires. But it's it's one of those things where it is staggering the amount of money. That's flowing in You know whether it's ten thousand dollars or or four hundred thousand dollars like jim davis did all right so we've given attention to both. Sib george and campbell. Let's talk about a couple of other. Candidates is there superpac money going to michelle woo. There is actually an. That's that seems to be tied to her support for green new deal for boston The her her stance on climate change. There's a group called the green advocacy project seems it has some ties to the bernie sanders twenty sixteen campaign. They're they're pouring money into two super pacs Supporting supporting woo. So it's a i. It really is a fascinating web of kind of seeing where where this money is going. And why it's going some of it has to be Kinda guesswork because a lot of these groups aren't talking so you said at the beginning of our conversation superpac. Money tends to come either from unions or from wealthy individual individuals. I do understand. There's a lot of money behind acting boston. Mayor kim janey from the hospitality workers union but also the boston globe columnist shirley. Lee young has recently wrote that. There's developer money coming to genius. Well can you tell us a little bit about that sure. There's a wide expectation among political observers that developer money will pour in If who makes it into the final which polls indicate that she that she will and and part of that may be driven by her criticism of the development process in boston. it's she. She is criticized the boston redevelopment authority which has been rebranded as friendlier Friendlier planning department But it's also something that keep in mind. Every every election cycle draws criticism about development process in boston What's what's interesting. Is that the developed developers here very interested in in how it plays out and whether wu is the makes it into the mayor's office of course noting that wou- supports rent control and actually we saw some sparring about that here at wbrc space last thursday night with the debate co sponsored with the boston globe that sparring with john barrow. So we haven't talked about him yet. Do we know if they're superpac. Money supporting barrows. So his his super pac has been a quieter than the rest. He did have a super pac when he ran in twenty thirteen And that one didn't spend all that much money And if if the superpac stays pretty quiet. I think that kind of like that offers a look at the spectrum of superpac some of them start up and they fizzle out. They don't necessarily do all that much. Maybe a few radio ads. Maybe a male or something like that But that's one end of the spectrum and then you have the others that are dumping hundreds of thousands of dollars into a tv and radio. Ads that reach a lot of voters. Now my understanding is that actually. We saw a bit of a swing. Potentially that the let me rephrase there are those who think that last minute money swayed the outcome of the twenty thirteen preliminary election. Tell us a little bit about that. Although that's certainly a if you if you look back in two thousand thirteen The soup one of the super pacs. That was backing Marty walsh they. They were looking at the electorate and trying to see who was going to turn out And i obtained some of the memos and some of the videos. They actually didn't air. They were ready to go. Negative against john connolly and they held their fire Because marty walsh was publicly saying he wanted a as much of a positive campaign as As people could manage but this super pac was watching the polls and watching Where the walled campaign was spending. Its money Publicly and in determined that needed to to focus on latino voters so it came up with ads that focused on latino voters To help that in the in the words of of That super pacs memo a down payment Knowing that in the final it would be to to white men facing off against each other So super pacs definitely played a role in twenty thirteen Marty walsh also Mentioned to the that that superpac had a lot of union funding that we found out after the fact because those regulations weren't in place Marty walsh also had a lot of ground support from unions. There were so many union people out on the on the streets of boston the day of that preliminary there were. There were union members that were sitting around with nothing to do because there are just so many of them. So i do want to point out for listeners. The 2013 race was a big race. It was an open seat quite diverse but in the end in fact two white men were the two finalists To to go to the general election in november right again in our last minute or so so preliminaries tomorrow to people are going to be going head to head after that do you. At this point given the two million plus you've seen already. Do you expect to see a lot. More money flow in. We know the nation is watching. Absolutely it's it's gonna be you know. The the final. Tally will be in in the multimillions. Alright gin bumptious is the managing editor of the dorchester. Reporter has been covering superpac contributions. Gin it was nice to have you. Thanks for joining us..
"jim davis" Discussed on WBUR
"Of excitement and A lot of money millions. In fact, here with a roundup of who is throwing their wallets behind which candidate is gin dump, she's managing editor of the Dorchester Reporter Gin. Welcome to the show. Yeah. Again. Do we have you there? Yes. Can you hear me? I can hear you now give Hey, thanks for joining us. Sure, Thanks for having me so again. I want to. I want to start about what kind of money we're talking about. Candidates can directly raise money on their own. In all the five major candidates have raised a total of about $6.3 million. That's the kind of direct fundraising that's highly regulated. There are limits on the contribution. But then there's this other thing this whole other world of what some people refer to as dark money. Some just call him super PACs. They don't have individual limits, so let's be specific of that kind of money. How much are we talking about? That is flowing into the Boston mayoral race so far. Well, the number is getting higher every day. But right now it's over $2 million, and it's only going to get higher once the preliminary is over and into November, so an individual can give no more than $1000 a year to a candidate. Not the same limits for a Super Pac contribution, correct. Right. They can, they can raise and spend unlimited amounts of money. Um, and the really two types of organizations support super PACs, especially in Massachusetts, Uh, it's unions and wealthy donors who don't bat an eyelash at dropping $10,000, or even more than that into a super PAC for supporting a candidate They like. All right, so a couple things to follow up on there. So first. How do we know how that that's how much money So the interesting thing is, it's changed quite a bit since 2013 and 2013 when it was Marty Wallace and John Connolly and even the prelim. There was very little known about how much the super PACs were fundraising and spending because there just weren't a lot of rules around that. So for us reporters back then we were flying blind. Since then, donors have to disclose the top five. Uh, super PACs have to disclose the top five donors in ads and mailers, and they have to fire fire with campaign finance regulators exactly how they're doing that, so we're not quite seeing it in real time, but it's It's a big improvement over 2013. And so it may not be again if I understand you correctly. That this is more super Pac money than was in, say, the 2013 race. It's that we can see it now. At least some of it in a way that we couldn't before. Is that right? That's partly right. I would say that there's definitely going to be more super PAC spending. At least that's what most political observers expect. But with 2013 2 super facts hadn't really injected themselves into local races at that. 20.2013 was kind of the first instance of a of a city race seeing this massive influx of outside spending and in this case, and this year you're seeing pretty much every candidate has, if not, if not won two Super PACs. Each backing them. All right. So let's talk about that a little bit and let's start with Anissa Sebi George, he said. Every candidate has won Maybe two. I know. She recently tried to distance herself from one of the Pac supporting her because of its connections to former President Donald Trump again this local race, but with nationalize and attention. What are the connections of that Super PAC and how much money did it give? Sure so this this Super Pac when it filed its formation the other week. Listen to phone number that went to Red Curve Solutions, their company campaign finance company based in Beverly. They handle a lot of the basically act as a treasurer for the super PACs, or it can sometimes, uh, for for presidential candidates to and in the 2016 race, they worked for Donald Trump, and they Uh, we're in terms of in terms of this race. They listed that number when they formed the Super Pac for the Chairman William Gross, the former book, Boston Police Commissioner Asaba George. When I spoke to her after one of the debates last week, she was very concerned about that at length because, she said, I am the daughter of immigrants. You know, her campaign manager worked for Joe Biden. He was the state director from Massachusetts for the Biden campaign. She was very troubled by this link, and, uh She wanted it known. All right. And so it's so this is a company that gets paid to manage money for presidential campaigns in 2016 1 of the campaigns for which it managed money was the Trump campaign so far, and I am I understanding you correctly. Correct and it gets it gets a little, uh, even more convoluted, because when, when all the reporting came out about that phone number being listed, they switched it to a different division called Bulldog compliance that specializes in super PACs. The I spoke with gross about it earlier today, and he and he kind of he was very dismissive, he said. Well, the phone numbers changed, but it's the same company. Okay? And I also understand that New balance chairman been Excuse me. Jim Davis, who was a big Donald Trump donor has also given almost $400,000 to that pack. Correct. He has indeed, along with several police unions, contractors, Um they've pulled in a lot of money in a short amount of time. And, you know, I asked. I asked Davis about that. Uh, I'm sorry. I asked Ross about that earlier today, and he said, you know, Hey, I'm not the treasurer. I welcome anybody who wants to give money. The Super Pac 5 10 $10. I'll take it. Okay, So Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell has also been drawing some heat because of a pack called Better Boston, which is supporting her, and it draws major funding from charter school advocates. I think many of our listeners remember the bruising fight a couple of years ago about whether to lift or extend the cap on charter schools through a ballot initiative. So talk a little bit about who's giving to that pack and why, um, that's become an issue in this race. What part that's probably become an issue because among Democrats there there has been over the years a fight over charter schools and and whether and whether Massachusetts should support the expansion of them. Campbell supported the 2016 ballot campaign. But, she says, now that the mayor does not have that kind of authority to expand charter schools in, uh Boston now the better Boston Super Pac It does have charter school supporters. But it also has you know a woman who owns a Caribbean restaurant in Dorchester, giving $100 It's got lawyers, Uh, Campbell attended Princeton..
"jim davis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"And now from the W B, A P. Weather center. Here's meteorologist Brad Martin, right. Thank you. Don. We're in the upper teens across the Dallas Fort Worth area right now, which is a whole lot better than our below zero temperatures that we had of little more than 24 hours ago. All of this morning just before I think five o'clock. DFW Airport got down to two below zero, and they were one below zero for a good hour. Denton was down to six below zero for a while. It's been pretty brutal on temperatures. Um we're upper teens right now. Alliance 18 DFW Airport is 18 Addison's 18 20 at Dallas Love, So that's kind of what we're looking at. And they are reporting some snow. There's a band of snow that runs from about Lewisville across Collin County, too plain to Plano and then on out east toward the green. One sulfur springs were probably not quite done with it. We're also watching with them some interest, if not concern. A new area of probably some freezing drizzle or sleet. That is down to our Southwest, and it's trying to drift a little bit to the Northeast. I think it's going to miss us, but it might be fairly close. If you're In walks a catchy or possibly, even, uh, Kaufman County, or, you know, terror or something like that. The way it's on a slant coming in from the Southwest. It is a possibility that we could actually see some of that. Freezing drizzle or freezing rain or sleet coming in from the Southwest. Not real heavy not not nearly as bad as the last time, but this is something of course that we don't need on the roads. Many of the bridges look pretty good, but there's some black ice on him. I'm sure and I've been watching that been on him a couple of times already today, so please Keep it. Just just try to use a little common sense. Snow moving in sleep, the freezing rain mainly South. That's our forecast Lows. 15 to 20 by morning and tomorrow cloudy and cold with snow ending. Ah, hi near 26 low 16 to 21 to three inches, Probably on the Aside their 1 to 3 inches, then partly cloudy, windy and cold with a high of 29 on Thursday lows 10 to 12, but we'll start digging out here 35 on Friday 45 1 Saturday and 55. On Sunday. Right now it W b a P Don, It is 17 degrees. Thank you, Brad. Fire officials are warning North Texans about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Fort Worth Fire Chief Jim Davis is urging Texans to not run your vehicle on a closed garage or space to charge your phone or to keep warm. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous.
"jim davis" Discussed on WTOP
"Get this power restored A S A P. Mayor Sylvester Turner, echoing many other Texans, close to four million customers now reported without power is utility struggle. With winter weather that Texas, especially South Texas do not frequently get and it is not over the D FW area could pick up another six inches of snow for fourth. Mayor Betsy Price says the city is opening up additional warming centers. This is truly a storm of the century. Most of us have never seen this and most of us will never see it again. Fire Chief Jim Davis says. The department got 1600 calls yesterday, including 66 for carbon monoxide poisoning because some people who had lost power would sitting there running car in the garage to warm up. Alan Sky F for CBS News. Fort Worth. The weather of the last few days, now blamed for at least 15 deaths, turning to the corona virus crisis and the efforts to contain it somewhat tougher now, because of that, whether 90 year old friend Goldman didn't let the snow stopped her from getting her vaccine in Seattle longer than I had expected. Walking and snow over snow. I thought my vaccination and as US covert fatalities near a half a million about a year into the pandemic. Ah, promise from the Biden White House are increasing the vaccine supply to 13.5 million doses per week that will go out to states. White House press secretary Jen Psaki. He's been acquitted after a second impeachment What ex President Trump faces numerous investigations and as of today at least one civil suit in connection with the deadly riot. Without his Twitter and Facebook accounts. He has not had more that much to say. Until now. Moments after former President Trump was acquitted. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell,.
"jim davis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Just to kind of come out here and show that we're still here supporting Brady until this is over, because it's an ongoing thing you're doing is for almost two years now, eh? So it's just a month month event. Almost. Lawyers for Jamie Spears argued against a co conservatorship of his daughter's estate with the best of our trust company, But the judge overruled the objection yesterday. Parties will be back in court next month. Ah pile up involving more than 100 cars on a highway in Fort Worth, Texas, has killed at least six people. Matt Zavadsky with the ambulance company MedStar says it happened is the area was being hit by a severe ice storm. It was dark. It was freezing cold. It was raining and freezing when the rain hit the ground. Fire Chief Jim Davis says cars were colliding when rescue crews arrived. There were multiple people that were trapped within the confines of their vehicles and requiring the use of hydraulic rescue equipment to successfully extricate them or police officers are among the 65 people hurt. Mr Peanut has found a new home in the land of lakes. When last seen, Mr. Peanut had returned from the great Beyond. Just kidding. I'm back. Where's my mama? Now, Mr Peanut is on the move again. Pittsburgh based Kraft Heinz has announced the sale of the Planters Company to Minnesota based or Mel. Move puts the nut company under the same ownership as brands like 20 More spam and Skippy peanut butter. Mr Peanut and Planters went to Hormel for reported sale price of more than $3.3 billion. Little Seward K F. I knew and state local government offices in courtrooms are closed.
"jim davis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"What you see and get a much better picture of exactly what's going on here and the hypocrisy. David shown, his argued the trial of a former official is unconstitutional and President Trump was denied due process. Several Republican senators have pointed to that constitutional question including Florida's Marco Rubio. In fact, he did something wrong and they claim me how private citizen who has been answered to the port senators did vote 56 to 44 earlier this Sweet that the trial is constitutional. Coco News. Time is 603 and the county is building up vaccine sites to take care of the next tier of recipients, County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says. Right now, the priority is health care workers and people over 65. Then we will be able to move on to that first year of essential workers. That being teachers, educators, law enforcement and food and agricultural workers and we want to get there. We want to get there as quickly as possible. But we have to make sure again that the vaccine has been offered to seniors. But you're believes the county can move into the next tier in the next 2 to 3. Weeks after that comes other essential workers and then residents 50 to 65 years old. Officials with San Diego County Fire Department or Fire Protection District rather say it plans to vaccinate residents and it has been a success for the past month. The Fire Protection District reported that Operation collaboration has resulted in more than 10,000 County residents getting vaccinated for the virus. The plan officially launched back on December 29th, and it's a combined effort between several fire medical and public health agencies. Santa Clara County has again banned indoor worship services out of Corona virus concerns after briefly permitting them because of AH federal court ruling Santa Clara County has argued that the U. S. Supreme Court decision last week Tossing out a state ban on indoor worship didn't apply because the county's ban on indoor gatherings doesn't just target churches. At least six people have died after a major pile up on a Texas freeway in Fort Worth. Yesterday about 130 cars and trucks were involved. Nearly 70 people hurt forward. Fire Chief Jim Davis says. Dozens of people were trapped. There were multiple people. That we're trapped within the confines of their vehicles and requiring the use of hydraulic rescue equipment to successfully extricate them. Some of the video from the scene in Fort.
6 Dead, Dozens Injured After Pileup Of Over 130 Vehicles In Dallas Area
"Are known dead and a 130 vehicle pileup caused by an ice covered portion of I 35 Fort Worth, Texas, Fire chief Jim Davis tells KDFW Fox four. There are 36 people who were transported to the hospital, and there are a total of 65 people being treated at area hospitals at the scene of the crash near downtown Fort Worth a tangle of 18 wheelers, tandem trailers, cars and trucks. Smashed into each other turned every which way with some on top of the others. Attorneys for
"jim davis" Discussed on KTRH
"Demand record for the ERCOT system, and so far they're not asking for any conservation measures. Six person dad after a massive crash on a major North Texas interstate forward, fire chief Jim Davis says, said some point some of the bodies and to be left behind in the wreckage for a while big impact for community. And we want to make sure that we speak from the heart to the folks of this community that we're with them, and our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families. The pile of involved over 130 vehicles yesterday morning on I 35 West. A total of 65 people got treatment for injuries sustained in that collision. Freezing rain and black ice are being blamed for the crash. Court records showed 27 Harris County murder cases over the last two years involved a suspect out of jail on two or more bonds At the time. Harris County Democrat Rodney Ellis has been an advocate of bail reform in the county meant to correct supposed inequities within the criminal justice system. However, nearly half of the burners by those bonded out happened in Ellis is precinct crime victims. Politicians, advocacy groups, the police now complaining about the dangers of lenient And repeated bonds. Nick Cranky Bitch. NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh the number of covert cases in Harris County dropping sharply this week, there's County Health department announced his seven day average of only 965 people. A T 70 average has been over 1000 since December. It was actually 2400 about a week ago. Ktrh news time 303 Day three of the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is over. Democrats yesterday, telling senators the protesters who breached the U. S Capitol did so on the orders of the former president. Videos featured supporters of former president Trump inside the capital, they say at the invitation of the president, the president told them To be there, and so they actually believed they would face no punishment. Colorado Democrat Dianne to get says weeks of calls to stop the steal and fight like hell by Trump sent a clear message. California Democrat Ted Lieu says the president showed no remorse. He does not say the one sentence that would stop future political violence. The election was not stolen. The former president's defense begins presenting its rebuttal Friday on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News make it four losses in a row over the struggling Houston Rockets as they fell to the heat that Toyota Center last night. What no 1 to 94, the Rockets traveling New York to take on the Knicks Saturday. Our next updates at 3 30 breaking information as it happens Time now for another hour of coast to coast Am with George Norrie. I'm Eric Sharpe on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh..
"jim davis" Discussed on KTRH
"Asking for conservation. They're not asking for conservation measures, says of yet will keep you up to date on that. Sixth person is dead after a massive crash on a major North Texas interstate forward, fire chief Jim Davis says some of the bodies have not even been pulled out from the wreckage. Jets big impact for our community. And we want to make sure that we speak from the heart to the folks of this community that we're with them, and our thoughts and prayers are with them and their families. The pile up involved over 100 vehicles yesterday morning on I 35 West. A total of 65 people got treatment for injuries sustained in the collision. Freezing rain and black ice are being blamed for the crash. Well, court records show 27 Harris County Murder cases over the last two years involved a suspect out of jail on two or more bonds at the time. Harris County Democrat Rodney Ellis has been an advocate of bail reform in the county meant to correct supposed inequities within the criminal justice system. However, nearly half of the burners by those bonded out happened in Ellis is precinct crime victims. Politicians, advocacy groups, the police now complaining about the dangers of lenient And repeated bonds. Nick Cranky Bitch. NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh the number of covert cases in Harris County, dropping sharply yesterday, the Harris County Health Department announced a seven day average of 965 70 average has been over 1000 since December. It was 2400 just a week ago. Ktrh News Time is one of three all day Three of the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is over Democrats yesterday, telling senators the prosecutor's Excuse me. The protesters who breached the U. S. Capitol did so on the orders of the former president, Fox. Jared Halpern has details. Videos featured supporters of former President Trump inside the capital, they say at the invitation of the president, the president Hold them to be there. And so they actually believed they would face no punishment. Colorado Democrat Dianne to get says weeks of calls that stopped the steal and fight like hell by Trump sent a clear message. California Democrat Ted Lieu says the president showed no remorse. He does not say the one sentence that would stop future political violence. The election was not stolen. The former president's defense begins presenting its rebuttal Friday on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News in sports make it four losses in a row for the now struggling Houston Rockets. They fall to the heated Toyota Center yesterday one on 1 94..
"jim davis" Discussed on AP News
"I'm Tim McGuire, Maryland Democrat Congressman Jamie Raskin, the lead house prosecutor and former President Trump's second impeachment trial tells members of the Senate failure to convict would damage the democracy if you don't find this High crime and misdemeanor. Today you have set a new terrible standard for presidential misconduct in the United States of America. But many Republican senators say they are not inclined to find trump guilty of incitement of insurrection. Missouri's Roy Blunt I don't think anything has occurred. That would change your mind. If your mind interview is You can't impeach your former president. Trump had just finished a speech to followers, who then attacked the U. S. Capitol on January 6th when he was still in office in the attempt to stop the certification of now President Biden's election victory. Five people died, including a Capitol police officer. President Biden says his administration is buying an additional 200 million Corona virus vaccine doses and hurrying another 100 million to the people during a visit to the National Institutes of Health. Biden added that the pandemic may soon be blamed for a half million deaths in this country. We lost over 100,000 100,000 of our fellow citizens. Run track across 500,000 dead Americans this next month, two weeks into Biden's administration. A Quinnipiac poll found that 61% of those questions approved of the way the president is handling the pandemic. Six people are dead in a massive 130 vehicle pileup on a nice covered freeway through downtown Fort Worth, Texas. This morning, Fire Chief Jim Davis tells KfW D we know that there are six fatalities. There are 36 people who were transported to the hospital and there are a total of 65 people being treated at area hospitals. This is AP News. Thousands of recovering coronavirus patients in New York state were released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic under a controversial directive that was scrapped after being criticized for possibly accelerating the outbreak. New records obtained by The Associated Press show more than 9000 recovering coronavirus patients in New York state or released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic. New York State Health Department had previously said there were 6327 admissions of patients directly from hospitals to nursing homes. Now a new account of 2729 readmissions has been disclosed that readmissions were made up of patients who were sent back to the nursing homes where they had lived before they were hospitalized. On March, 25th governor Andrew Cuomo issued a directive requiring nursing homes to take recovering Cove in 19 patients..
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"News I'm Tim McGuire, Maryland Democrat Congressman Jamie Raskin, the lead house prosecutor and former President Trump's second impeachment trial tells members of the Senate failure to convict would damage the democracy if you don't find this High crime and misdemeanor. Today you have set a new terrible standard for presidential misconduct in the United States of America. But many Republican senators say they are not inclined to find trump guilty of incitement of insurrection. Missouri's Roy Blunt I don't think anything has occurred. It would change your mind if your mind interview is You can impeach a former president. Trump had just finished a speech to followers, who then attacked the U. S. Capitol on January 6th when he was still in office in an attempt to stop the certification of now President Biden's election victory. Five people died, including a Capitol police officer. President Biden says his administration is buying an additional 200 million Corona virus vaccine doses and hurrying another 100 million to the people during a visit to the National Institutes of Health. Biden added that the pandemic may soon be blamed for a half million deaths in this country. We lost over 100 House 100,000 of our fellow citizens. Contract across 500,000 dead Americans this next month, two weeks into Biden's administration. A Quinnipiac poll found that 61% of those questions approved of the way the president is handling the pandemic. Six people are dead in a massive 130 vehicle pileup on a nice covered freeway through downtown Fort Worth, Texas. This morning, Fire Chief Jim Davis tells KfW D we know that there are six fatalities. There are 36 people who were transported to the hospital and there are a total of 65 people being treated at area hospitals. This is AP News. Thousands of recovering coronavirus patients in New York state were released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic under a controversial directive that was scrapped after being criticized for possibly accelerating the outbreak. New records obtained by The Associated Press show more than 9000 recovering coronavirus patients in New York state or released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic. New York State Health Department had previously said there were 6327 admissions of patients directly from hospitals to nursing homes. Now a new account of 2729 readmissions has been disclosed that readmissions were made up of patients who were sent back to the nursing homes where they had lived before they were hospitalized. On March, 25th governor Andrew Cuomo issued a directive requiring nursing homes to take recovering Cove in 19 patients..
At least 6 killed in 133 vehicle pileup crash on I-35W in Fort Worth
"And smaller vehicles crashed into each other in Texas on I 35 which was covered in a sheet of ice Fort Worth fire chief Jim Davis. We know that there are six fatalities. There are 36 people who were transported to the hospital and there are a total of 65 people being treated at area hospitals more than 130 vehicles were involved in the pile up. The Society of
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"Number of 9056 recovering patients sent to nursing homes is more than 40% higher than what the state previously reported. The new figure includes over 2700 Recovering Cove in 19 patients who were sent back to the nursing homes where they had lived before being hospitalized. Aiming to free up space in hospitals. Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a directive on March 25th requiring nursing homes to take recovering covert 19 patients. Cuomo reversed the directive on May 10th. I'm Mike Rossio. New records obtained by The Associated Press show more than 9000 recovering coronavirus patients in New York state or released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic. The New York State Health Department had previously said there were 6327 admissions of patients directly from hospitals to nursing homes. Now a new account of 2729 readmissions has been disclosed that readmissions were made up of patients who were sent back to the nursing homes where they had lived before they were hot. Fertilized. On March, 25th Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a directive requiring nursing homes to take recovering Cove in 19 patients. The order was intended to free up space in hospitals. I Mike Rossi of AP NEWS. I'm Tim McGuire. President Biden outlines a plan to buy millions more doses of vaccines. Jackie Quinn has Mork President Biden visiting the National Institutes of Health, where scientists created the modern A vaccine, praised workers but criticized his predecessor for not securing Enough doses or a distribution plan bite and then announced 200 million new doses from Moderna and Visor and a sped up delivery for another 100 million already ordered now on track to have enough supplies. For 300 million Americans. By the end of July, and soon Johnson and Johnson's vaccine could come online need more people to get vaccinated to beat this pandemic, But I didn't warns the new variant strains could worsen the cove. It caseload. He urges people to not let up on wearing masks. I know it's a pain in the neck. It's a patriotic responsibility. Jackie Quinn Washington Former president Trump's lawyers will present their case tomorrow in his impeachment trial House prosecutors ending their presentation today. Lead manager Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin says if the Senate pales to convict Trump Then future presidents would have an easier path to tyranny. If you don't find this, a high crime and misdemeanor today you have set a new, terrible standard for presidential Misconduct in the United States of America. Six people are known dead and a 130 vehicle pileup caused by an ice covered portion of I 35 Fort Worth, Texas. Fire chief Jim Davis tells KDFW Fox four. We know that there are six fatalities. There are 36 people who were transported to the hospital, and there are a total of 65 people being treated at area hospitals. At the scene of the crash near downtown Fort Worth of Tangle of 18 wheelers, tandem trailers, cars and trucks smashed into each other turned every which way some on top of the others. This is AP News. Wisconsin County judge refuses to order the rearrest of a teenager charged in the shooting deaths of two men in protests last August after he apparently went into hiding. Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder rejected a prosecutor's request issue a new arrest warrant for Kyle written house, an 18 year old from Illinois accused of fatally shooting two people during a police brutality protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin last summer. The judge also rejected the prosecutor's request for $200,000 bail increase. Prosecutor said Rittenhouse failed to update his addresses. Mandated by his bail conditions. Commotion. Detectives who traveled to the apartment on file found a man who said he'd been renting the place since mid December, But his attorneys countered that he'd moved to an undisclosed safe house after being deluged with threats. He's been portrayed as a trigger happy white supremacist. His attorneys say he fired in self defense. I'm Jennifer King. Judge. Schroeder also ordered written houses lawyer to provide the new address to him and the sheriff's office but not the district attorney's office. I'm Tim McGuire, AP News President Biden is announcing the US will be receiving hundreds of millions of additional doses of Kobe 19 vaccines by the summer, accelerating the schedule for vaccinations. President Biden, visiting the National Institutes of Health, where scientists created the Moderna vaccine, praised workers but criticized his predecessor for not securing enough doses or a distribution plan bite and then announced 200 million new doses from Moderna and visor and a sped up delivery for another 100..
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"Left office. I don't believe that it is. I believe that that is a very dangerous precedent. A private citizen, which is that the president is now if in fact he did something wrong, and they claim he is how private citizen who has the answer to the portrait of Trump's lawyers are expected to try to distance the former president from the assault on the capital by claiming individuals in his throng of supporters carried out the violent acts and his inflammatory rhetoric is protected speech. This is a Penis. News. Six people are known dead and a 130 vehicle pileup caused by an ice covered portion of I 35 Fort Worth, Texas, Fire chief Jim Davis tells KDFW Fox four. There are 36 people who were transported to the hospital, and there are a total of 65 people being treated at area hospitals. At the scene of the crash near downtown Fort Worth a tangle of 18 wheelers, tandem trailers, cars and trucks smashed into each other. Turned every which way was some on top of the others. Attorneys for Britney Spears and her father's far today over how he should share power with the financial company, newly appointed as his partner in the control of her money. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Perry overruled the objections of Jamie Spears attorney who argued he should not give up rights and powers while working with the best of her trust. Her lawyer says the 39 year old mother of two wants your father out for good. I'm to McGuire AP News. I'm Mike Rossi. A reporting records obtained by the AP shed new light on New York state's policy of moving Recovering Cove in 19 patients from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic. In a reply to a freedom of information request from The Associated Press. The New York State Health Department has released new figures on the widely criticized policy of sending Cove in 19 patients into nursing homes early in the pandemic that you number of 9056 recovering patients sent to nursing homes is more than 40% higher than what the state previously reported. The new figure includes over 2700 recovering Cove in 19 patients who were sent back to the nursing homes where they had lived before being hospitalized. Aiming to free up space in hospitals. Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a directive on March 25th requiring nursing homes to take recovering covert 19 patients. Cuomo reversed the directive on May 10th I Mike Rossia I Mike Rossi a reporting the AP learns over 9000 coronavirus patients were sent into New York nursing homes in the early days of the pandemic. You. Records obtained by The Associated Press show more than 9000 recovering coronavirus patients in New York state or released from hospitals into nursing homes early in the pandemic. The New York State Health Department had previously said there were 6327 admissions of patients directly from hospitals to nursing homes. Now a new account of 2729 readmissions has been disclosed that readmissions were made up of patients who were sent back to the nursing homes where they had lived before they were hospitalized on March 25th Governor, Andrew Cuomo issued a directive requiring nursing homes to take recovering Cove in 19 patients. The order was intended to free up space in hospitals. I Mike Rossio,.
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"Fire Chief Jim Davis says some bodies have not been pulled from the wreckage yet the pile up involved over 100 vehicles this morning on I 35 Were more than 60 people who were treated for injuries sustained in the collision, which stretched about a mile freezing rain and black ice or being blamed for the pilot. Governor Kevin Stitt, announcing today that more people in Oklahoma will soon be eligible to receive the covert 19 vaccine teachers and school workers of all ages. As well as Oklahomans with comb abilities will be eligible for the vaccine. Starting February, 22nd only teachers and staff and pre K through 12 schools will be eligible, not colleges and universities just yet. List of co morbidity is includes hypertension, obesity, cancer, heart disease and chronic lung, liver and renal disease. There are some other conditions, though, as well. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki said today that the CDC is expected to release guidelines Friday as to how schools can reopen safely. The president's role is, of course, to ensure that across government were listening to those guidelines. We are leaning into science. We're letting the science and medical experts lead and then his objective is to ensure there's the funding. To deliver on that, she says. The administration wants kids back in school five days a week, but they want to make sure that it's done safely. The State Health Department today said most of the 48 Coben 19 deaths in Oklahoma reported today happened back in November. Officials say that there were delays and reporting the deaths for a number of reasons. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said today that she wants the House to pass President Biden's nearly $2 trillion relief package by the end of the month. Oklahoma congressman Kevin her and says no Republicans have been consulted on the bill. Despite the fact that last year every single relief package was passed with bipartisan support. That will not happen this time because the majority has chosen to abandon their calls for unity. Not even making an effort. Sadly, is.
COVID-19 takes the life of veteran Fort Worth Fire Department captain
"Fire Department captain dies after a lengthy covered 19 battle. Captain Randy Robinson was a dedicated 39 year veteran of the department. He leaves behind a daughter and son, as well as multiple family members. Friends and coworkers. Fort Worth Fire chief Jim Davis says quote Randy spent nearly four decades with the Fort Worth Fire Department. He was a mentor and a leader. Davis says they're truly grateful for service to not only this department but to the city of Fort Worth.
30-plus years of 'Garfield' comic strips to sell at auction
"Classic Garfield comic strips are heading to the auction block cartoonist Jim Davis is offering up more than eleven thousand Garfield comic strips hand drawn on paper in an auction that will take a few years to finish Dallas based heritage auctions began offering up the strips in August the auction house is selling to daily strips each week along with a longer Sunday strips being offered during the large scale auctions throughout the year the strip span from the launch of Garfield in nineteen seventy eight to twenty eleven when Davis began drawing the strip digitally he says he still draws it by hand but now it's with the stylus on a tablet instead of on paper with a pencil pen and brush Davis who's seventy four said he has no plans to retire from drawing the comic featuring the orange feline known for his dislike of Monday's and diets
Erdogan sees win in local votes, but loses Turkish capital
"I was in Turkey have dealt a blow to president wretched top wound during local elections on Sunday as his AK party was soundly defeated in major cities often nearly two decades of political dominance, despite Mr. Adnan's tight control over Turkish media and his enduring popularity in rural tacky his party was edged out in the capital Ankara, and the country's largest city is Tom bull at a news conference. President Ataman said he accepted the vote results. Jim Davis niches, it all I believe. The only reason we couldn't get the results who wanted in some cities is that we could not express ourselves enough to the nation, and we felt when their heart solar. Henrik Tamil is from the BBC Turkish service, according to unofficial results. President adorns ruling people alliance lost local election in capital on cut. First time the race was neck and neck in country's biggest city Istanbul. Mr. Dylan's people alliance candidate, the former prime minister and the speaker of the parliament Bonani yielded him declared victory. However, the opposition National Alliance candidate Akram all the disputed the results and later claimed that he won the award prison doors ruling Caroline's won't the in more than fifty cities out of Eighty-one. However, the opposition won at least three of Turkey's biggest five cities and the result in Istanbul is still disputed. Now, these are local elections give us an idea of how significant these results might be the elections were very important for prisoner Doan because winning the elections in Istanbul and Ankara have always been something special for him. He's political rise began twenty five years ago when he was elected as the mayor of history bull and Istanbul and Ankara had been run by Islamist welfare party, and then prison add-ons, Justice and Development Party since one thousand nine hundred ninety four and Mr Radwan had almost twenty rallies Istanbul alone on Friday and Saturday, and he also described the local elections as a matter of survival for the country as you've indicated his party has dominated local elections for a very long time. What is happened to make so many Turkish voters change their minds? The main reason for this loss is surely economic was of Turkey. Turkish economy is in recession the inflation hit. A fifteen year high twenty five percent last year and is nineteen percent right now and Turkish leader lost almost thirty percent against the US dollar lussier and six percent in the first quarter of this year. Unemployment rate, the double figures and reached eleven percent on the eve of the elections. And all these economic woes of Turkey made these elections much more difficult for prisoner one and