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02:09 min | 4 months ago

"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And Don Prior. Yeah, here on the type of dog shit. Good boy. You could jump in at 51283605 90 so Several business groups of pressing governor Greg Abbott to end the supplemental unemployment benefits that a lot of folks have been receiving. A total of 37 groups have sent a letter to both Governor Abbott and the Texas Workforce Commission, saying that extra $300 benefit needs to be put to bed. Glenn Hammer with the Texas Association of Business as People aren't working, even with a record number of jobs open last month, eight million There are only 250,000 Jobs added in the last month. It's pretty obvious there's a policy breakdown. The letter says Texas should in the program and instead focus on rallying chambers of commerce to promote the high level of open jobs and then support workers as they re enter the workforce. Patrick Osborne, NewsRadio. Kilby, Jeff. All right. There you go. That's a lot of people feel that that's the reason a lot of people are staying away from work is, though that extra money Several states have actually, you know, pulled back on that front, please. For the love of God do it. It's a two. This point you're doing nothing but hurting people. Yeah, there are individuals out there that it justifiably can benefit from this. Ah and show turn this to a case by case basis, But as far as just a blanket thing, If if you're out of work, period, you get 300 bucks a week and boom boom boom. No, it's just hurting people is holding people back and ultimately is gonna hold the economy back. We already see businesses that are having a very hard time. Because of this. They can't get the employees to come back. Now you can see what you can expect to see some signs coming down on a few businesses beginning today. A CDC has now changed those recommendations. If you're fully vaccinated, you don't have to wear it. Kelly Hinkle is with the Longhorn Cafe in Round rock and tell CBS Austin Some things will look different, but not everything. I don't know if they've been vaccinated. You can't wear a mask and eat so, so we're gonna continue to wear our masked as a staff. There you go. Now the general manager at the Dell Diamond for the Round Rock Express tell CBS Austin there will be designated spaces for people who are not comfortable without, you know, wearing a mask, personal preference if you'd like to wear when you certainly can. If you wanna wait till the summer to come.

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"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Kale. BJ News time. Eight. Oh, two. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. Business groups are asking Governor Greg Abbott toe cut off those extra federal unemployment benefits. A total of 37 groups have sent a letter to both Governor Avenue in the Texas Workforce Commission, saying that extra $300 benefit needs to be put to bed. Glenn Hammer with the Texas Association of Business as People aren't working, even with a record number of jobs open last month million There are only 250,000 Jobs added in the last month. It's pretty obvious there's a policy breakdown. The letter says Texas shit in the program and instead focus on rallying chambers of commerce to promote the high level of open jobs and then support workers as they re enter the workforce. Patrick Osborne News Radio Kale be jazz nous owners are reacting to the new CDC mask guidelines. Kelly Hinkle with a Longhorn cafe and round rock tells CBS Austin. There will be some changes. I don't know if they've been vaccinated. You can't wear a mask and eat so so we're gonna continue to wear our masks as a staff officials with the round Rock Express say you no longer have to wear a mascot. Their games. The controversial fetal heartbeat bill is on its way to Governor Greg Abbott, 18 eyes and 12 Days wishes, Doctor. We can't a governor Dan Patrick, making it official state Senator Bryan Hughes is Bill would ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected that little baby is worthy of protection. She's helpless. She's vulnerable. She's innocent and this building These will protect that life. When that heart leaves Detective the Senate approved to house amendments, one lowering the statute of limitations on civil suits against doctors and those who aid in abortion from six years to four years. These amendments are consistent with the will of the Senate governor. Abbott says he'll sign the bill into long. Chris Fox News Radio K L B Capital Metro, is resuming its Saturday service at the end of this month, officials say. There's a strong demand for it on the weekend, so that's going to start up on May 29th It's 804. Here's Austin's on time Traffic.

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"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To one man who launched a violent attack on the Capitol. And you continues to say the election was stolen for president calls Chaney a bitter and horrible person. America's listening to Fox News KO BJ news time. Seven Over to Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar business groups. They're calling for an end to Supplemental Unemployment Benefits Letter, signed this week by 37 business groups has been sent to Governor Greg Abbott and the Workforce Commission. Glenn Hammer with the Texas Association of Business as the state stepped in last year and saved a lot of jobs done a great job keeping the text. Economy going. We need a couple of policy tweets, and we'll get to it even better level. But he says the $300 supplemental insurance is not helping the state rebound any longer. So the letter asks that Abbott bringing into that extra $300 payment and instead invest the time and effort into chambers of commerce, who could then promote jobs and support workforce. Re injury. Patrick Osborne, NewsRadio Kale Be Jack. The news CDC mass guidelines. Kelly Hinkle with the Longhorn Cafe and Round rock Till CBS Austin. Some things will look different, but not everything. I don't know if they've been vaccinated and you can't wear a mask in eat, so, so we're going to continue to wear our masks as a staff. Other businesses are expected to do the same for their staff. At the same time, they'll allow customers to choose legislation banning abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat is on its way to the governor of Texas Senate gave its stamp of approval on the fetal heartbeat bill, which would ban abortions at about six weeks. State Senator Bryan Hughes Authored it. Nothing more quarter. We do hear that protecting innocent human life. So this bill says that little baby growing inside her mother's womb. That should be the safest place. The Senate approved the legislation. 18 to 12, the one Democrat who voted for it also spoke on its behalf. Senator Eddie Lucio hope that we can continue to do our best to make sure that those soon to be born babies have an opportunity to be born. Opponents have vowed to fight the law in court. Chris Fox News Radio K L. B J Restaurant. Our owners are pleased that the alcohol to go will be permanent. Now in this state business owner Bob would, he says it could add to their business. We might see an additional Oh, I'd say somewhere between 10 and 20% increase in sales. As much of that, and that's a lot 704 now and Kale, BJ. Here's Austin's on time traffic.

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"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Vaccinated two weeks after your last dose you and shut your mouth, Dr Rochelle Walensky says that covers indoor and outdoor activity crowded or sparse. Socks is going all Scott vaccinated, Americans will still have to wear masks in some places like Busses and airplanes. Israel is bombarding Gaza even harder to stop a barrage of rockets going into Israel. That's sending more Palestinians in the shelters. Overnight. Theater rallies were involved in what they claim to be a major air and ground offensive to take out tanks and artillery and also to take out the basic infrastructure that the Hamas militants have had in the northern Gaza Strip area. Fox's Greg Palkot and tell Aviv almost 120 Palestinians have been killed along with a disease. Bailey's key departure in Afghanistan as part of the ongoing U. S withdrawal there. Fox is Rachel Sutherland has this live the last American soldiers left Kandahar airfield in Afghanistan as US pulled out of the sprawling base, part of the Pentagon's drawdown of all U. S forces from the country. Theo airfield in Afghanistan, second largest city served as a hub for American forces to push out the outpost and more volatile regions. Taliban movement was founded in Kandahar in an area known as the heart of Darkness. The airfield's been turned over to Afghan security forces. All U. S troops are expected to be out of Afghanistan by September. 11th Dave Rachel Fuel keeps flowing His colonial pipeline tries to catch up after being shot by a cyber attack, but it could take days to get stations back full of gas. America's listening to Fox News Six Oh, two on Good morning on Patrick Osborne Topping Austin's news. You can expect to see some of the signs coming off of doors that have been requiring you to wear a mask inside now that the CDC has changed up its recommendations. Although Kelly Hinkle with the Longhorn Cafe in Round Rock till CBS Austin some things look different, but not everything. I don't know if they've been vaccinated, and you can't wear a mask in eat, so, so we're going to continue to wear our masked as a staff what other businesses are expected to do the same with their staff, all at the same time, allowing customers to choose officials with Iran. Rock Express say you no longer have to wear a mask while you attend a game. Adele Diamond. He's county has started giving Children with doses of covert 19 vaccine. As of last night, the first shots went in the arms of kids age 12 and up Judge Reuben. But Sarah says more than 100,000 vaccines been given across the county there with more than 42% of people, Age 16 and older now fully vaccinated. More than three dozen business groups around the state are asking Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Workforce Commission and the supplemental insurance that people have been getting through unemployment. Glenn Hammer with the Texas Association of Business says that extra $300 is not helping the economy rebound anymore. Well over half million job openings in the state of Texas over 200,000 job openings in the restaurant. Industry alone. 37 business groups have signed that letter to Abbot Hammer says the local chambers of commerce need to play a big role in getting the word out that companies are hiring city staff should have a preliminary report about possible homeless camp sites ready for Austin officials today. The other one's foundations. Max Moscow helps run the state sanctioning cam it, he says. Cleanliness is something they work on explains the hoarding of things Some people see is engrained survival mode that those on the street just pick up. Everybody's moving at their own pace. Days. But, yeah, I mean, when you have years and years and years of trauma and built up coping mechanisms around that going to take some time before you're willing to let those go John Cooley News radio K O B. J Ground has been broken on the new Del Children's Medical Center north of Austin, when complete that facility will span 185,000 Square feet on 34 acres along a branch boulevard. And the estimated completion date is fall of next year. 604 now and here's a look at Austin's on Time Trap of the Dawn Pride North Man 35 as you approach him, Okay, there is a wreck there. That's really starting back things up pretty badly all the way back to the river nail. I suggest you use Congress or Lamar any other North bound thoroughfare other than 35 right now to get past really probably want to try to get past Dean Keaton at this point North ground. Before you get back on 35. Otherwise you're looking pretty good out there so far, folks, just the new delay that we have North and South down. 1 30 approaching Harold Greene. A Zwelling north and South bound up in 1973 there, but looking pretty good so far elsewhere don prior with Austin's on time traffic.

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"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:35 min | 4 months ago

"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"51283605 90 Now here are Todd and don 5 36 Times, Jeffries and don Prior. Yeah, You can expect to see some signs coming down on doors, you know about requiring mask and things like that, now that the CDC is changed its recommendations. Kelly Hinkle owns the Longhorn Cafe and Ron Rocket spoke with CBS Austin News this morning. And things could look a different little bit different, but not everything. I don't know if they've been vaccinated. You can't wear a mask and eat so, so we're gonna continue to wear our masks as a staff. There you go. Now, that may be happening in a lot of businesses around town, and maybe you're a business owner. Maybe you're part of the wait staff or whatever business you're part of What your new policies Now that the CDC is clear the way for you to take your mask off in most situations if you're fully vaccinated, and we get more on the story from newsman Griff Jenkins, But you know, guys, really, the messaging on this thing depends on your point. Stayed here to referring to, or even what business This is but make no mistake. This is a major milestone in its return to normalcy from the pandemic for the 35 million Americans who are fully vaccinated now. Visually, it was such a stark contrast. When we saw yesterday, President Biden wearing no mask walking up with vice president Here's to the microphone in making this announcement. Rule is very simple. Yet vaccinated or wear a mask until you do this after the CDC issues as new guidelines for those who have gotten the shot, saying you no longer have to wear mass outdoors or indoors and most settings in lifting social distancing in most gatherings, while still advising people wear masks and crowded indoor settings, like public transportation, or If you're feeling coming 19 symptoms and don't throw away the mask. The CDC is director also had a warning. This virus can be unpredictable. So if things get worse, there was always a chance. We may need to make change to these recommendations on Capitol Hill Speaker Pelosi says, Don't ditch the mask instructing House members that they must still where their mask when they are in Chamber except for when they are speaking, representative Nancy Mace had this reaction. This is the time to leader country through this crisis, and instead she's doubling down on this, and we didn't be encouraging vaccinations and show what that post backs life looks like now. Several states like New York and California have received these new guidelines, but they say they're reviewing them before unmasking anyone. And you better check with businesses before you walk in with a naked face. Major chains are taking different approaches. It appears so far. If you're headed to Starbucks, Kruger or Home Depot, it appears you better be wearing a mask at CVS or Walgreen's or Macy's. They're still reviewing their policies. But if you're headed to Disney world, you may be likely to enjoy a mask free vacation. This summer. The CEO calling the White House's announcement good news ago. That's newsman Griff Jenkins in Washington. Meet us 5 39. And you could jump in at 51283605 90. Austin City staffers plans to have a preliminary report about possible locations for designated encampments ready today. But what are these encampments like Max Moscow with the other ones Foundation is helping with the state sanctioned homeless camp known as Camp Esperanza and says what I always tell when volunteers I always tell them you're safer coming here than you are. Going and getting drunk on Sixth Street, and we all know that a lot of people go out and do that. He calls the notion that homeless people are violent of misconception, he says. People out here may look dangerous, but that's because some of them have been on the street for years and need a decades. John Cooley News Radio K O B. J the President Biden's providing an update on the Colonial pipeline restarts as we hear from Fox reporter Asia. Lee, Stronger presidents and Colonial Pipeline started its fuel operations again, saying the majority of places they service should be reaching full operational capacity. But it didn't come without that. Panic buying at the pump in a tweet colonial pipeline confirmed the restart. The Biden said the effects would not be immediately not feel the effects at the pump immediately. This is not like flicking on a light switch. They have toe safely and fully return to normal operations. This comes as fuel shortages across the East Coast have gotten worse, one source says. As of Thursday, gas stations in places like D C. The Carolinas, as well as Virginia and Georgia saw gas stations without fuel anywhere from 49 to 73%, our nation's capital, being the highest reported without gas at the pump Colonial pipeline reportedly paying $5 million in ransom money to that group. Sponsor a bill for the cyber attack, which is believed to be from Russia. The administration of Republicans say some progress is being made on an emerging infrastructure spending package. President Biden is signaling Memorial Day is a deadline to find progress on a bipartisan infrastructure package. I laid out what I thought we should be doing. How it should be paid for. The president described a 90 minute meeting with several Senate Republicans is very good, indicating a good faith effort. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito agreed. I think we all felt that he was On honest broker here in terms of wanting to actually do something together. Republicans have put forward ain't nearly $600 billion alternative to a nearly $2 trillion package proposed by the president on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News, Israel and Hamas continuing to engage in airstrikes overnight. In.

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"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"kelly hinkle" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And topping Austin's news. You can expect to see some of the signs coming down from doors that have been requiring you to wear a mask inside now that the CDC has changed its recommendations. Although Kelly Hinkle with Longhorn Cafe and Round Rock tells CBS Austin thump some things look different, but not everything. I don't know if they've been vaccinated and you can't wear a mask and eat so So we're going to continue to wear our masks as a staff. A lot of other businesses are expected to do the same with their staff all the same time, allowing customers to choose officials of the Round Rock Express say you no longer have to wear a mask while attending a game there. Dell Diamond. Koman Hospitalizations and Travis County have picked up just a bit too 114. This morning. However, the number of active cases reported has now fallen below 700 for the first time since last year, numbers down to 674 81,664 people have recovered. However, due to the small increases in hospitalizations this week, it's not yet clear exactly what recommendations Austin Public health, maybe making about local mask wearing Hays County has started providing Children doses of covert 19 vaccine. As of last night, the first shots went into the arms of kids age 12 and up Judge Reuben. But Sarah says more than 100,000 vaccines have now been given across the county with more than 42% of people, Age 16 and older, fully vaccinated. About Austin bar and restaurant owners are celebrating the new law that's made alcohol to go sales permanent. Austin area business owner Bob Woody says this move by the state could very well mean a 20% boost in sales looking forward, and he says this could also lead to a bit more. So, you know, I think I think we could see open container. Where people could walk around and do open consumption on six Street and in the entertainment district, certain certain parts of downtown you can already you already can. So I think we will see that probably come back what he says. Right now. Business is bustling at his larger operations, but notes, more staffing is still needed to address the demand. John Cooley NEWS RADIO K O B. J More than three dozen business groups are on the state or asking Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Workforce Commission in the supplemental insurance people who have been getting through unemployment. Then hammer with the Texas Association of Business says that extra $300 has not really been helping the economy rebound well over a half million job openings in the state of Texas over 200,000 job openings in the restaurant. Industry alone. 37 business groups have signed the letter to have it ever says local chambers of commerce really need to play a role here and getting the word out that companies are hiring capital Metro is resuming its Saturday rail service at the end of the month. Officials say there's been an increase demand for weekend option and his people are starting to resume some normal life activities. Cat Metro says the Saturday Rail should help provide more of a boost to the local economy's recovery. Service will run 10 A.m. to midnight beginning May 29th the Austin Justice Coalition is pressing the city to use federal covert relief money on homeless issues. Director of organizing gel Paolo Connolly tells Fox 70 thinks it's a matter of life and death for people on the street bucket of money has come down from the federal government, and we need to make sure that a significant chunk of that money is committed to this plans. There's no less than 100 million from the city 100 million from Travis County will suffice, and he says the private sector also has a duty to try to contribute roughly the same amount. Round's been broken on the new Del Children's Medical Center in North Austin. When complete that facility will span 185,000 Square feet on 34 acres along a branch boulevard. The estimated completion date is fall of next year. And the Austin School District is eyeing another expansion of its facilities and maybe looking to voters once again for the money to do it. Back in 2017 voters said yes to allowing the district borrow billion dollars for 32 different growth projects, and on May 27th, the school board could make the decision late to put it up to voters in November of next year. Right now. It's Louisville Words. 60 degrees on Patrick Osborne. You can connect with us that news radio cailed ej dot com..

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