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Plans Fail to Reduce Dallas Violent Crime

Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

00:29 sec | 8 hrs ago

Plans Fail to Reduce Dallas Violent Crime

"Dallas City Council's Public safety Committee. Getting a look at the latest crime numbers and they're not as good as hoped. Deputy police chief Tina Schultz says the murder rate is on pace to Matt last year since July 25 homicides Now those 25 homicides, we see that 14 of those are argument. Conflict resolution. Been three family violence, three robberies and five unknown aggravated assault, or 30% higher.

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Dallas County Reports 581 New COVID-19 Cases, Death of Seagoville Woman

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:29 sec | 13 hrs ago

Dallas County Reports 581 New COVID-19 Cases, Death of Seagoville Woman

"Another 581 people now have Corona virus that brings the county y total. 2 55,255 County Judge Clay Jenkins says today Continue Z trend of lower hospitalizations Lower I seeyou admissions and lower emergency department visits for Coben, 19. Also, one other person who suffered with the virus has passed away. Victim was a Siegel ville woman in her nineties, 756 people with the virus have passed away in Dallas County. New crime

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Dallas - Tarrant County Reports 422nd Death, 491 Cases of the Coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:36 sec | 15 hrs ago

Dallas - Tarrant County Reports 422nd Death, 491 Cases of the Coronavirus

"Today. Terry County reporting eight AA 305 new cases of Corona virus brings Our total to 32,540 52 is still in the hospital. The county didn't have any deaths. But over the weekend, Tarrant County saw 422 fatalities in Denton County, Another 101 people have tested positive for Corona virus. A total of 7745 people have tested positive. 39 people with the virus are in the hospital. 62 people with the virus have passed away there in the county. However, the county is not reporting any new deaths today.

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Couples delaying pregnancy because of pandemic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:33 sec | 16 hrs ago

Couples delaying pregnancy because of pandemic

"Vacations and work on hold next year. The U. S could experience a 13% decline in births, according to the Brookings Institute. That's because more than 1/3 of women say the ongoing Corona virus pandemic has upended their pregnancy plans, causing EMS either want fewer Children or put starting a family on hold. Many told CBS News that the looming uncertainty around how the novel virus impacts pregnant people influence their decision, as well as economic fallout caused by nationwide lockdowns that CBS is Kate Smith, who says a

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Lebanon’s Government Resigns After Protests, Deadly Beirut Explosion

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:27 sec | 19 hrs ago

Lebanon’s Government Resigns After Protests, Deadly Beirut Explosion

"Minister and other Cabinet officials have resigned days after the huge explosion that rocked the capital Beirut. CBS's Vicki Barker at the Foreign Desk, long delayed elections failed to loosen the grip of Lebanon's entrenched ruling class whose corruption at negligence these protesters and multiple international observer. Blamed for last week's deadly blast. Now the reformer Prime Minister Hassan Diab and his cabinet are bowing to the protesters.

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McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:36 sec | 23 hrs ago

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

"Corporation suing Steve It's Easterbrook, the CEO that it got rid of last year over inappropriate relationships with an employee alleging allegedly that he covered up Relationships with other employees to and destroyed evidence. Easterbrook told the company that there were no one some other similar instances, McDonald's says in a lawsuit it has since become aware of sexual relationships between Easterbrook and three other employees prior to his termination. Company said today that he will he removed evidence of those relationships from his cellphone. Preventing investigators from learning about them prior to his firing,

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Off-duty Dallas officer shot while fending off robbery suspects

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Off-duty Dallas officer shot while fending off robbery suspects

"On off duty Dallas police officer shot during an attempted robbery in Fort Worth yesterday, Police say the off duty officer was holding his wife Spurs when two men approached him and demanded he handed over. He told them? No, And when he did, they pulled out a gun and shot him in the torso. They then took off in a brown pickup truck. The officer was rushed to the hospital, but before He was able to call other police for help. The officer was transported to a local hospital and is listed in stable

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23-year-old woman found fatally shot in west Oak Cliff, Dallas police say

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00:29 sec | 1 d ago

23-year-old woman found fatally shot in west Oak Cliff, Dallas police say

"Battles. Police report that a 23 year old woman was found piddling shot in West Oak Cliff earlier today. Shortly after midnight. Police responded to the 3100 block of West Davis Avenue, and that's where officers found Alexia Ramos dead in the passenger seat of a truck and police determine Alfaro Ramos had been shot. At an apartment complex in the 2600 block West Colorado Boulevard about a mile away from where she was found. Police are still investigating

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Six Dallas museums announce plans to reopen

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00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Six Dallas museums announce plans to reopen

"In Dallas are gearing up to reopen during the pandemic. The Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas Holocaust Museum plan to go first this coming Friday, the 14th. That joint announcement also lists the Crow Museum of Asian Art, the National sculpture Center of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. And the sixth floor Museum.

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NASA drops "insensitive" nicknames for cosmic objects

KRLD Sunday Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

NASA drops "insensitive" nicknames for cosmic objects

"So what's in a name? It's a question now that extends to Galaxies Far, far away. You've heard of grocery store brands, pro sports teams and even country music stars were moving. They're racially insensitive names. Now you can add NASA to the Just as they exclude celestial bodies like Eskimo Nebula and Siamese twins Galaxy, The space agency says they're looking more closely into the use of phrases for planets, Galaxies and other cosmic objects as part of its commitment to diversity, equity and

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Dallas Weather: Mostly dry and hot start to the week

This Week In Texas

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas Weather: Mostly dry and hot start to the week

"More summertime heat as we continue our weekend. Lots of sunshine for the afternoon. Ah, high around 98 with south winds between 10 to 20 miles an hour was he continued sunshine for the upcoming week, including Monday and Tuesday with highs remaining in the upper nineties. The rest of the week could feature a few more clouds but overall mainly dry with little to no rain chances for the next several days. Highs will stay above seasonal through the end of next week. I'm NBC five Rexburg Ki should burn in right now, with the humidity of about 79% of the reading officially 80

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Dallas - At North Texas Federal Prison, About 75% Of Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

This Week In Texas

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas - At North Texas Federal Prison, About 75% Of Inmates Have Tested Positive For COVID-19

"40 federal prison officials continuing to work on controlling Kobe 19 outbreaks, the latest Bureau of Prisons report shows the Seigo Ville federal corrections institution. Has the highest number of positive tests with more than 1300 as well as 28 prison employees testing positive. Nationally, More than 10,000 federal prison inmates and 1300 employees have tested positive. 100 and 12 deaths confirmed by the Bureau

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Dallas County Reports 540 Cases of the Coronavirus, 5 Additional Deaths

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas County Reports 540 Cases of the Coronavirus, 5 Additional Deaths

"Dallas County Health officials reported an additional 540 cases of Corona virus, bringing the total confirmed case count in Dallas County. 53,831 including 751 confirmed deaths. There were five deaths reported on Saturday because of the virus. Three men and two women all in high risk categories over 2514 Children under 18 years of age of undiagnosed vodka and confirmed the coven 19 since July, the first including 61 Children. Who have been hospitalized for the virus.

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Bypassing Congress, Trump defers payroll tax, extends unemployment benefits as negotiations on coronavirus package stall

The Consumer Team

00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Bypassing Congress, Trump defers payroll tax, extends unemployment benefits as negotiations on coronavirus package stall

"Over New Corona virus relief package collapsing Congress President Trump's side executive measures at his New Jersey Golf Club on Saturday in an effort to bypass Democratic lawmakers. CBS News correspondent Michael George, reporting from New York. His actions are designed to defer evictions, payroll taxes and student loan payments and extend enhanced unemployment benefits at $400 a week. Democrats are seeking to extend the $600 a week that expired over a week ago.

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Gov. Abbott Extends Texas Disaster Declaration For COVID-19 Threat

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00:26 sec | 2 d ago

Gov. Abbott Extends Texas Disaster Declaration For COVID-19 Threat

"97. Is it for 30 I'm Scott West Texas Governor Greg Abbott, extending the disaster declaration today in response to the growing of ours pandemic. That order was originally issued in March and allows communities across the state to get resource is to slow the spread of the virus. Governor says the virus poses an imminent threat of disaster for all counties in Texas, and it comes as school district's in Texas or getting ready to open Governor. Rabbit urge Texans to remain vigilant,

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Dallas County Reports 422 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 Deaths

Kim Komando

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

Dallas County Reports 422 New COVID-19 Cases, 10 Deaths

"County reported 400 22 Corona virus cases on bride A. That's good bring the total above 53,000 Another 10 people passed away, Tarrant County reported a greatly decreased Daily number of Georgia and 91 new cases on Friday Thursday, the county reported 464 cases Tuesday, 805 cases. Three deaths were reported on Brighton

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Air India Express crash kills at least 16 people

Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

00:06 sec | 3 d ago

Air India Express crash kills at least 16 people

"A special flight to India has killed at least 16 passengers injured more than 123.

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Dallas Budget Proposal Does Not Call For Police Department Cuts

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Dallas Budget Proposal Does Not Call For Police Department Cuts

"The city of Dallas doesn't appear to be de funding police anytime soon, The police department would actually be getting a slight increase in the newest budget proposal. Now, City manager TC Broadneck says the idea was never really about the funding Police. But reorganizing the money to pay for programs that give back to the communities. Why we're investing in the training to find a way to make sure that that's an alignment and weaken Stam and change how that policing is done, particularly around the new officers and then those already on the fourth. The Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson, has said he wanted to see strong support for police public safety. And pay cuts for top executives, The city faces a nearly $100 million shortfall.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD for continuing coverage of the coronavirus and you can get breaking news alerts right there on your phone just download the radio dot com app and then tap the heart to favorite KRLD the president and the governor of Texas want to see the economy re opened as soon as possible both are setting up a special task force each of them have setting up their own task force to look at how and when that can happen may first has been touted as a goal but critics say there are still too many unknowns about the coronavirus care all these bits car spoke to TCO economics professor John Harvey who's been called the cowboy economist Harvey says there's still a lot of things to get figured out people are estimated unemployment's probably around twelve to fifteen percent since the Great Depression the highest it's ever been is ten and the girls the worse it got during the depression was negative fifteen percent one year and I've seen forecasted high is negative twenty something percent felt really really serious a lot of people laid off a lot of people here that are laid off like like myself are not spend a lot of money so what is your spot Hey I don't think the states have that much Howard to really affect much of the recovery was witnessed what but let's say that all we did was we say everyone can go back to work now that's going to be difficult because first of all if I'm a restaurateur I'm thinking to myself well I know a lot of babies you don't come back up again and then who knows the people talk about they might have a resurgence if we open up so I'm not going to hire my entire staff that in you know in addition to that the people who have been laid off there their deaths haven't gone the way they're they're multi tasking didn't go away what went away with their salary and so they're not going to spend this much money I really am and I'm suspicious of these you know people who have been saying all it's gonna be a V. shaped recoveries in the balance right back up again I have no idea what you're looking for if we want the economy to recover quickly Europeans are doing and much better job right now they're estimates of unemployment are are you increases are minuscule compared to ours because they're continuing to support people's income I saw the other day we could replace everybody's wages for three months for two point eight five children yeah this offer wasn't suggesting you do that because we don't need to go we don't need to replace my salary for example that would make a huge difference to have people coming out the other end regardless of what the other end is without the problem of well you know I have net income in in two months but I still have two months of rent then you know then on top of that in the interim if one is worried about you're not spending money so and that can only come from the federal level well done in your opinion is the fed doing enough what can it do well the problem with this that is they don't have that many tools available and so as far as what they do have available I think they're doing a fine job they are for example one of the things I read today was that in order to help state governments yeah what is that what the state governments do sometimes to spend more than current revenue this is basically sell their future revenue it would be either civil bonds while the fed's been buying them but it's got to come to the present Congress is going to be much more than what we're talking about right now Mitch car talking with TCU economics professor John Harvey some straight shooting there from the cowboy account of us coming up on KRLD will check your traffic and weather together on the H. when we finally get back to the warming trend will tell you coming up next the corona virus crisis continues we're going to get through this and I assure you.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"News radio ten eighty KRLD news traffic and weather anytime anywhere download the all new radio dot com app news radio ten eighty KRLD talk about what the whole bit nineteen situation is doing on the medical front you know it's straining their healthcare system in the United States in the questions now coming up well it's straining showrooms companies as well somebody who knows is south dessen co founder of GDP advisors K. R. L. these John little asking ME even if we don't get a personally what it means that our premiums are going up in the future well I think there's always that chance and time will ultimately tell when I speak to you the underwriters and the actuaries and insurance executives on what it is become a daily basis what they're telling me is that in the aggregate they do not believe that this will be as big of a financial burden as many do what I mean by that is while while the numbers that we're hearing of the number of cases of coronavirus and those that are hitting the hospital systems I continue to rise in aggregate of our total population it's it's actually relatively small and in addition to that we're not seeing is a lot of other accessible procedures that would normally be paid taking paid place and running through insurance those aren't happening so by and large the United States runs about sixty five percent capacity of the health care system anyway and so what's happening is right now employees are staying home people are staying home so they're not utilizing a big chunk of the financial resources that an insurance company would normally be deploying because they're at home right now a great point at you know what could change that in the in the insurance industry if not for premiums what could this do yeah I think what what we absolutely should kind of keep our eye on on the ball is water what is the overall financial impact of this and and what what pieces of that financial impact will be managed by the federal government from a reimbursement structure or or kind of sh you're taking on the backs of the insurance world and by the way let's review trailers insurance cover he's really good at not losing money if they lose money our insurance premiums go up that's really the way that works so insurance health insurance unlike other types of insurance is really just a financing game its financing healthcare over time it's so you know those are the things that we will want to watch for but what I'm also interested to see is how the insurance industry is going to react to you in network versus out of network charges and let me just kind of break that down quickly so before we had this corona virus pandemic there was a lot of talk around the country even legislatively about what is called surprise billing is where I go to an in network facility I get treated for something only to find out three months later that somebody in that facility that's on me was not a network I have surprised a built in so there was talk about what we do to to to break the back of the head to live like that and what we're seeing now is this kind of convergence of multiple hospital systems and insurance companies and and all that to try to treat people that need treatment for corona virus this is where doctors are going from facility facility so in the in the sixty to ninety to a hundred degrees post this pandemic when all said and done are we going to be seeing surprise bills is that when the financial piece is gonna come and this is something we need to keep our eye on the ball and my hope is that note that the insurance industry will work with the hospital systems to find a way to say Hey we're not going to worry about network situations but we need to make sure our Billings are in line and if that happens that could be a blueprint for how we can eliminate that practice going folk band that easiest sath Dennison co founder of GDP advisers speaking with KRLD is John little it is now six fifty four it's time to check out your money there was a down week on Wall Street last week so week before last was up a little last week was down a little well down five hundred eighty one down points or two point seven percent but the volatilities really seem to be narrowing of this market.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Than ever it matters where you get your news news radio ten eighty KRLD thank you for staying with us it's twelve twenty and now let's get an update from Steven law the DFW hospital counseling is on the KRLD news line there are reports that Texas could run short on hospital beds are wanna ask you about that but first I want to ask about your joining Dallas County judge clay Jenkins in his call for an expanded stay at home order what's your current thinking on that what we as hospitals will sign in the DFW hospital council as you know three weeks ago we made it real clear that we felt we were ready we had anticipated and all material managers have done a great job of of adding to their inventory what we've looked at several four models there's one side of the imperial college London Neil Ferguson and stunt work there's also the cold food act mail which I think is what judge Jenkins referenced in his discussion last night and even if you go to the CDC and look at what they show full potential infection rates and then mortality rates and you extrapolate that you're going to get a large volume increase and all of our hospital council is doing is trying to be a credible partner by raising our hand in saying look we're not saying any of these are exact any of these models what we are offering it does reflect a trend that we're gonna have increased volume so we advocated stay at home we need to flatten this curved so that we prevent infection prevent deaths protect people and especially protect the first responders and healthcare workers this report we saw that said that Texas could run out of hospital beds by the end of a parole if greater actions are not taken what can you tell us about that well that was the one that was called hope it act mail and that's what church Jinkins referenced now I'm not saying that that's accurate but I do think the trend that we've got increased volume is certainly the trend that we see and all the models and I think if we all act responsibly and we were hoping that we could go statewide with stay at home it would help us flatten the curve and then when you look at personal protective equipment when you look at penalizes and you look at hospital beds we could fly Matt Kerr spread it and maybe prevent running out of patience our hospitals here in the DFW area do they have all the essential equipment that they need right now or are there some gaps I think that as of right now they're stretched out think if this volume search is significantly they're gonna be some gaps how much has the testing been expanded in the past few days and as more people locally are tested can we just based on the math expect the number of confirmed cases to go up in North Texas as you know I'm not an epidemiologist one expert but when I talk to them and we're not talking to the county health departments the anticipation is at this point in time as we expand testing and do more testing we're probably gonna have more presumptive positives as always we appreciate the great information we get from Steven wild at the Dallas fort worth hospital counsel at the White House coronavirus task force scheduled to hold another update around four thirty our time this afternoon when it happens you will hear it live here on news radio ten eighty KRLD twelve twenty four it's time to get a live check on your money from Bloomberg here's motor Rivera and Chris stocks are struggling to recover and are off their lows of the day there's digesting the new moves by the fed to prop up the financial system and it's a limbo in Congress that is weighing on investors the Dow and the S. and P. R. both down more than a percent the nasdaq has turned positive up half a percent investors are waiting to see if Congress can strike a deal on a corona virus relief measures votes are set for this afternoon gasoline futures meanwhile tumbled seventeen percent in intraday trading to touch fifty cents a gallon for the first time since two thousand and one lots of supply but people aren't going anywhere NYMEX futures prices are down seventy percent since the start of the year as storage tanks fill up the last time prices were this low was in November two thousand and one in the aftermath of the nine eleven attacks meanwhile Netflix has jumped more than nine percent after an analyst said it will benefit from this pandemic given all the people streaming home video I'm gonna run their with Bloomberg business on news radio ten eighty KRLD motor thanks up next update on a car fire near downtown fort worth.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"That radio dot com app search for KRLD and click on the heart to favorite us this news sponsored for reliant heating and air conditioning understanding the long term threat of corona virus and what it will mean after the initial panic is something many are starting to wonder about Aroldis Kristen D. as spoke with Ashley Stravinsky who previously worked with the CDC's epidemiology department actually what are we seeing more panic or pandemic I would say that there is a lot of panic but it is also a pandemic that we are facing at this point a lot of the panic is really unwarranted that the vast majority of people who are infected with this virus will experience something more than the common cold but from a population standpoint we know that the numbers can really add up when you're dealing with potentially an entire world too susceptible to this disease we know that with the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen that kills millions of people worldwide that that case fatality rate is actually probably about half of what we're seeing with cold mid nineteen so even though it's still very small we know that when you're potentially impacting the entire world's population those numbers can really add up to something pretty dramatic but for the vast majority of people this will not be a life threatening events so could we see coronavirus repeating every year like the cold the flu so called nineteen is a corona virus and that is responsible for many different types of the common cold and we know that they circulate year to year different strains and they change a lot so it's unlikely that this particular virus will continue to circulate to or cause any resurgence in future years but there could be variations on this that would recur and while the CDC looks to find a cure what is a reasonable expectation to their research regarding a timeline so a vaccine would be a very difficult thing to develop because as I mentioned this is a virus that changes rapidly and so just as we haven't been able to develop a vaccine yet against the common cold it would be unlikely that we could develop one vaccine that would continue to offer protection between your two year just because of how quickly the virus changes hello over we have gotten faster in terms of being able to develop some of these vaccine prototypes and tried to intervene in real time so it's possible that in the next few months we might have some more effective interventions but it's unlikely that it will be a long lasting solution and instead will probably have to continue to focus on public health measures such as social distance seen hand wash chain and good respiratory hygiene I was Dr axe Ashley Stravinsky garland police arrested two men who they say robbed a subway and led police on a high speed chase investigators say it was around two in the afternoon yesterday that the two men entered the wood of the restaurant off west Buckingham pulled out a gun and demanded money lieutenant Pedro Berno says a car with expired tags was seen in the general location officer tried to pull them over but the driver took off he says after the suspects got caught in traffic they jumped out of the vehicle began running from officers both were eventually caught cool we actually look at the current a mask and the distinctive clothing that matched one the robbery suspects from the robbery that occurred at the subway both the subjects were arrested and charged with aggravated robbery as motivating arrest this is both men had warrants from other North Texas cities it's going to be a warm one for the rest of the week we'll take a look at that plus traffic traffic and weather together on the H. coming up next more cases of the corona virus in North Texas hi this is Mike Rogers with Susie Sally's and Scott Sam's will have the very latest on those cases tomorrow on the.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD thanks for staying with us on the care of the afternoon news for forty one I'm David ranking first in the US were lined in the Mercedes Benz of Plano news center you can pause and rewind live radio maybe want to hear news interview again maybe wanna hear Mike Rogers other side of the news that we played an hour ago it's you can do that just check out the rewind feature on the radio dot com app grapevine cops warning people about a bobcats that could be more dangerous than the looks the bobcat has been spotted by several people within a legal foot trap clamped onto his leg the wounded cat was senior park park yesterday afternoon and now the game warden is searching for it because of the injury this bobcat could become aggressive and we just don't want to see that happen a man to make new with the grapevine police says there's no telling how an injured animal will act so anyone who sees the creature should call in to report it the new also says the priority is to keep people safe but if they can officials would also like to help the bobcat we do have some wildlife rescuers who are willing to take it and Anderson back to health so that's our goal make new says before people said animal traps they should make sure their legal Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD a new report says services like uber and left are creating more pollution the study from the nonprofit group union of concerned scientists examine the impact on seven U. S. cities and finds that these trips create more pollution from carbon emissions and private car rides and draw people away from public transportation the study called an uber and lift to electrify their fleets increase pooled rides and improve connections to public transit hubs both companies say they promote electrification and shared rides over didn't comment directly on the report lists said the report made misleading claims about ride hailing but Michigan CBS news the next film in the Jurassic world series now has a working title and it doesn't look good for the human race it's going to call Jurassic world three the dominion the director Colin Trevorrow release the name today and they just started making the movie he's bringing back the main stars in the first dress world films jurors are Chris Pratt Bryce Dallas Howard and as well as some of the stars in the original Jurassic Park films all have roles to Sam Neill Laura Dern at the end of Jurassic world to the dinosaurs got released into the rest of the world and that's where the dominion comes in taking a look at traffic we have a back up in Bedford and Arlington also road work on I. twenty in Hutchins tropical weather together on the eights coming up news that matters to you every time you build a road that's already out of date is that true a lot of the ones that we do have in DFW are out of date K. R. O. D. in death a weekly podcast that goes beyond the headlines what if we.

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:43 min | 7 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The apps search for KRLD and click on the heart to give us a favorite information in an upcoming book from a former trump administration insider adding a new dimension today at the impeachment trial Daniel flatly is covering it for Bloomberg so this morning you saw congressional Republicans that senators and members of the house of representatives like sort of responding to this bombshell report in the New York times that John Bolton the president former national security adviser has some inside knowledge as to the president's state of mind when he was talking about withholding military aid to Ukraine talk to Ukraine and one of the things that they've been saying is that if we're going to hear from witnesses that we're going to hear from people like John Paul mall brainy we also want to hear from people like hunter Biden or the as yet unnamed whistle blower who first brought this to the attention of Congress Dan does it make it more likely that we will hear from witnesses at the impeachment trial I think it it does make it a perhaps a little more likely it's hard to say at this point this afternoon Republican senators will gather at the lunch that they have every day before the trial commences at one o'clock and kind of hash out their strategy so we'll definitely know a little bit more around twelve thirty just before the trial starts when they start to emerge from that lunch but I think that it increases the price of pressure on four key Republican senators Mitt Romney who has said that he wants to hear what sample has to say Susan Collins of Maine these Makowski of Alaska and Lamar Alexander as well who are all sort of moderates and they are have expressed some interest in hearing from witnesses and this will definitely ramp up the pressure on them because you sort of have John Bolton testimony sort of a preview of it at least out out into the open and I think that they will be under a lot of pressure to hear his testimony in a trial setting before this book comes out March a to be released and it certainly is interesting that the information on the Bolton book would come out right now smack dab in the middle of the trial yeah I mean the timing of this as both sides have pointed out a very key here the president's lawyers have started laying out their case on Saturday they gave senators kind of a break they had an abbreviated day they're entitled to go on for as long as they they wanted to really as long as I stayed within the limits of the the twenty four hours a day that they had but the only argue for about two hours they took aim at kind of artwork undercutting the the house's case and they argued strongly against witnesses they said you don't need to hear anything out of you to get hurt at all not sufficient to remove the president from office well now you have a key witness for coming forward and saying Hey look I have what they say and at the timing of that it is key because everyone is sort of expected this try to wrap up quickly perhaps by the end of this week senators are supposed to have a vote at some point over whether or not to hear for more witnesses that will likely come toward the end of this week and so this is timed out perfectly if you want to sort of get more information out there and it also puts the public and creditors and high spot who have said that they want to hear from witnesses but they wanted to wait until all the arguments are made while we're getting to that point where all the arguments will of the nation shall that the timing is is is very key here is Daniel slightly from Bloomberg KRLD news time one fourteen.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Oh eight eight KRLD coming up your chance to win a thousand dollar at three fourteen first traffic and weather together on the H. usually Rogers forget a lot going on lose will will start their thirty five east south corporate this was the big one that was tying up everything but the far left lane now we're down to just the right lane blocked and you still have a backup in place there from fox Avenue but I guess at least we have one more lane at our disposal not coming the other way north on thirty five feet no problems but in the connector that parallels with thirty five you from the bush turnpike to the Sam Rayburn police were tending to an accident in the right lane a little bit past Frankfort looks like they're driving off but there's still plenty of back up there and congestion if you are trying to come off of the bush turnpike all let's go and get some good news we needed in Arlington regularly yes indeed he spent thirty at three sixty that accident has cleared but traffic's slow to unwind and it's very heavy from about Collins now in fort worth even a big mess on east bound twenty right before Bryant Irvin it's a very bad accident only the right lane has been getting by they have been intermittently clothes stopping the freeway to move things around so traffic is barely moving from just on you spent twenty from just before the merge with eight twenty good half hour delay anyway as a result of that west outside getting some onlookers from the scene at the back to about brighter and it's a bit slow on that side but not nearly got obviously as bad now westbound thirty just past the west loop an accident just a reported there in the left lane traffic jam solid back to about Las Vegas trail then easily pay twenty south bound around random mill road work in the left lane been slowing folks back about highway ten they're done now that start to loosen up one thing Jack to give us a call in the care of the traffic tip line Kapelle westbound six thirty five international parkway that's going to be a wreck in the left lane that slow from Freeport parkway in Irving and eastbound it looks like we're all but clear on six thirty five at thirty five in farmers branch that was object next big regular recall and we're still pretty jammed up beyond Luna west six thirty five this is not good at international or not an international parkway the Dallas north tollway gallery a totally different area here but we've got two right lanes blocked off as well as the exit that goes over to Dallas parkway so that's basically the area around the Galleria you'll back up pretty hard from seventy five central and it was six thirty five P. still continuing to roll heavy into mesquite at last check we still have that problem there forest in the right lane and the rest of the way looks good so move no problems after you pass thirty I'm Julie Rogers next reported three eighteen and breaking traffic alerts when they happen okay are the weather center forecast for eggs are gin we turn to NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell one thing you can say about the.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD court records say accused el Paso gunman Patrick cruise ships of Allen admitted to the Walmart shootings as he was surrendering according to the arrest affidavit police pulled cruise ships over got out of his car through his hands in the air and said quote I'm the shooter and quote they have a David says cruisers then waved his Miranda rights and said he intentionally targeted Hispanics criminal defense lawyer Toby shook tells our care realty tells our L. P. Phillips it'll make it much easier for prosecutors and more difficult for the defense thanks on a traditional criminal offense aren't there you're going to have to deal with some type of mental health to sense the TV than the B. insanity which is tough or is going to have to be a any mental health issue which is mitigating enough to try to spare your clients a life in the punishment phase for definitely I was gonna say if you're going for the full Monty here and go for insanity you the burden of proof shifts that well I I rarely seen a dip death penalty case insanity holding up yeah the insanity is extremely hard to say it's because it's it's it's the defense defense has defended as the burden of proof and in fact like this and he is the only way it works is get really significant mental health issues to be virtually undisputed is here you know you have facts of someone driving nine hours and planning a crime mail that is usually that correlated insanity okay I was going to go with that then you've got somebody who had the mental capacity to drive make decisions be devise meals find a Walmart all that stuff it sounds like the Supreme Court has made it a little easier on defense attorneys deal with the bar for mental illness it keeps you off the debt off death row is that where you would head well yeah I think you're probably going to see the defense lawyers going with mental health as a mitigating circumstance which would if the jury goes with that they would says selection is rather than a death sentence so you're going to see a big battle over his mental state at the mine in and the mitigating for peace and as a mitigating factor to avoid the death penalty would you seem attacking the rim of the confession and the the at rest affidavit in anyway well I mean they're going to look at the confession and and but it sounds like he gave in the confession the mainly upon his encounter with law enforcement those almost always coming I mean it's not even an interrogation each shouting out the things is he being arrested usually and then if there is a more detailed confession as he fully understand is rained rights than the because the man that is criminal defense lawyer Toby shook two fifty four the news continues for chamberlain steak house dot com.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eighty KRLD. Now, KRLD traffic and weather together in the ten eighty traffic center. Good morning, Sherry Rogers. Good morning. We got construction overnight construction in Fort Worth northbound thirty five W at Allen. The two left lanes are blocked. Also in Fort Worth southbound three sixty at F A A boulevard. The right lane is closed in Dallas various eastbound main lanes between trinity mills and midway on the Bush turnpike. They will be closed all weekend. Long a minimum of one lane will remain open to through traffic. It'll stay that way through five o'clock. Monday morning. I'm Sherry Rogers on your twenty four hour traffic leader. From the KRLD weather center chance for rain developing later this afternoon with a high of seventy two it's sixty four now at KRLD. I I'm RIC Edelman, and I have a feeling that retirement is on your mind, you're wondering if you've saved enough or whether your money is in the right places, you're wondering when will you be able to retire or will you be able to stay retired, and is your money sufficient, so you can live in comfort and financial security for the rest of your life. You're wondering all this. But you really don't have to just wonder you can resolve all these questions in your effort to enjoy a retirement. That's everything you want it to be and we can help. At Financial Engines, our clients are predominantly concerned about retirement, your financial security financial security for your spouse for your aging parents for your children, and we can help you just like we've helped thousands of folks just like you for more than thirty years. So call us at element Financial Engines at AAA. Eight plan RIC. That's triple eight plan RIC or visit us at RIC Edelman dot com. That's rice, Delman dot com. Don't wonder about your retirement because we're here to help you.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD. Your news now. The special counsel could soon be wrapping it up. I'm Chris summer to thirty one CBS news update. More indications at that Muller. Russia probe is pretty much wrapped up and a report could be imminent. President Trump was asked by reporters today if that report could come out next week while he's in Vietnam meeting with North Korean leader, Kim and will be made public. That'll be totally up to the new attorney general. He's a tremendous manager Mendes. Person who really respects this country and respects the Justice department. So that'll be totally updated CBS's Steven Portnoy, there have been a few hints to suggest the special counsels work, he's winding down former acting attorney general Matt Whitaker told reporters he believed the investigation was close to being completed. Robert Muller's team has been partnering with US attorneys offices on newer cases, assign a hand off to regular prosecutors is in the works. CBS news sources have said they expect Muller's report to come before deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein departs. He's expected to leave in mid March. CBS news update, I'm Jim shanavie. Mansfield ISD police arrest a middle school student over a threat, here's KRLD's out on sky. Mansfield ISD says a student at Worley middle school made a threat and was arrested this week, but the picture spread around the concerns about a threat at Mansfield high school this at principal at the high school sent a letter home saying the student had no connection to the high school and the. The picture was falsely labelled as a threat. They're Mansfield ISD says there's no reason to believe students are unsafe at school and students and parents can report suspicious activity anonymously the middle school student was charged with a felony count of making terroristic threat. Alan scion, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD a massive winter storm, creating a flooding threat and much of the deep in mid south. I'm Jim Krasula, torrential rain is led to major flooding with water rescues in parts of Mississippi and Tennessee with the metro Nashville area, especially hard hit George Wardiman is with the Tennessee department of transportation, you see signs up for high.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Anchor on KRLD MAURICE can be hectic trying to get ready for working out the door. Depend on us to get you to work on time. We have more traffic reports with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight. And when it breaks on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Hi, it's Chris summer from the KRLD afternoon news each and every day, we are here to give you the most accurate information. When you need it updates on the big stories that matter to you information that may. Makes your day better. And you get to get entire package with KRLD, including the most precise information on traffic and weather every ten minutes on the aids we are here for you. And we thank you for listening to News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. It's five thirty eight were still watching a freeway shutdown in south Dallas, southbound thirty-five e is closed at camp wisdom traffic that are being put onto the service road. This is due to an accident between camp, wisdom and Kern would just to the north of wheat land as a result. The service road is overloaded and is solid from camp. Wisdom all the way down to weet lend and beyond and as an alternate route. If you're traveling south on thirty five e and you're already south of the sixty seven split us lead better to get either to Polk street to the west or university hills to the east and that'll take you down to interstate twenty. We'll keep an eye on the for you here on KRLD. If you see a traffic problem, we're having update for us. You can call the dark traffic tip hotline at two one four two one nine ten eighty once you get south of interstate thirty interstate twenty rather it's a smooth drive on thirty five through to soda toward Glenn heights. Highway sixty seven seeing a little bit of additional volume. I think some folks are using this as a southbound.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"And from the KRLD weather center, mostly cloudy through the night, dropping to a low of thirty seven becoming sunny tomorrow, a high in the upper fifties right now, it's forty two degrees in Dallas. I'm Christian powers NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Happy Sunday everybody, it's seven thirty two. My name is Larry north. You're listening to the the better you show on Sunday evening. My guest is Kylie Boehner. She's got a masters of science, so nurse practitioner. She's a bio t- certified provider as well. As so close their doctrine. That's I just. I just love when people can just have reason to celebrate. I mean, you have these three kids and the ten seven and four right and you live in prosper, Texas, and you've got a career and just was sharing with you that my friends a sea of Cowboys fit the gym industry sort of a small one. But then your husband is is sort of the general is the oversee he was crossing. And that's one of his projects were out there where you live. So I can't wait till they break ground, and I'll come out there with my buddy, Johnny. So we're talking about the importance of hormonal optimization a few things I've gotten a few emails and a few Texas P one. How can they get a hold of you, and you've offered a concert at no charge to let's say for the first person that reaches out to you at your offices. Website and phone number in and I'll talk about the location, so the location it's institute for hormone imbalance. We have two offices one in Arlington and one in Irving. The Irving is the new satellite clinic. Which we are looking to grow. That's where the free concert will be in Irving. And is there a number that they can reach out to I will get it for you. And so just so people know, so I actually wear I go to get my hormones is actually Mandy is probably down a majority of my pellets think she's gone one time and her dad her dad, Dr dot of its did it, and then you did my last and and I've just enjoyed both of you. So funny because it's such a. You've seen my. But basically, but my wife was in the room. So okay. Insane hers too. And and so so let's talk about this. Do you have the number? I do. So the number is eight one seven four six seven seven four seven four not I'll put you in touch with the sweet ladies at the front, and they will get you said it was telling you on a scheduled the Irving off. I've gotta tell you. I've been to office. Yeah. Because I'll go get my b twelve shots there. And there's also a lot of other things they do they do the rejuvenation vaginal rejuvenation. We have them sell a chair for urinary incontinence, botox fillers. Yeah. It can be your one stop shop. And then I know that the staff's real big on oh shot. I think my wife's going to go in there next week and discuss doing the chair now they have the chair to which is what they call 'em. Solitaire solitaire. Isn't it like the equivalent of thousands of key goals on sitting grass? Yes, it creates involuntary. Involuntary contractions. It's easy. You go in with a book you sit for thirty minutes. There's zero pain Gino that my mom did it because my mom's had a dropping bladder. And it really it really works. I mean it works. It's really helped my mom out a lot. I was gonna tell you. I had to give a little shout out to Mandy and her staff. They're wonderful. I love going in there. I just love energy. They're sweet they're kind. There's just. It's like a definite. There's only women maybe there's a guy there occasionally. But it's a it's a lot of women. But, but, but they service a lot of women, and I know that they make women feel comfortable. I love the fact that they have the satellite office in Irving now for people that live, maybe more east of Irving, it's a little bit more convenient. And how Al from you there? I'm an Irving on Thursdays right now as we grow. We will add days. Okay. Yes. Let's go. I would love to be there. You know, all the days you will be. I have no doubt as as this sort of movement is growing because it works. It makes a huge difference. You're talking about game changing relationships and people you I also tell people, you know, you want to be the world's changed and people aren't some aren't even able to retire in their sixties any longer she got to compete. Well, how would you? Compete. If you're in your sixties, if you're hormonally inept, one of the ways is get hormonally optimal. Because here's another thing. Colleague, I wanted to share with you. I have been taught. Some very valuable lessons for my chosen field which out let's just call it weight loss fitness been in the business for thirty years been in the business for since I'm a teenager, basically, but one of the valuable lessons. I was taught with sensitivity training be sensitive to those at struggle with weight control because it could be a multitude of things that could be taking medications that cause water retention or the causeway gain or the caused an increase in appetite that could have some metabolic deficiencies or or they could be hormonally low and not even realize it or they maybe aren't eating the right way for their body. But often people are very self deprecating. I'm weak energy. I'm lazy nothing works for me. And it gets worse. Even worse things that they could say about themselves. And so having said that there there is hope one of the things you have to do is come into the clinic. So walk me through. Through when we come back because it's already expiring the time. We come back. I want you to role play with me walk me into to how the day goes with someone who's just new to this and just need some help and some guidance and some information we do that absolute of Kylie Brunner's, my guests, we're talking about hormonal optimization. We'll take your calls right after this. Everyone Larry north here actually for my own company. Larry north fitness running a really wonderful special twenty one days for twenty one dollars. And I believe it's gonna take you two or three weeks just to get your body moving to how great would it be? If you're normally gain weight during this time of year, and you actually lost way it's possible. Or how about this? What if you normally gain weight, and you didn't lose a pound because you were actually doing something? Good for yourself. You.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD weather center lists go ahead and check in with NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell. Tomorrow is looking pretty nice. Yes. Even nicer than today and today ended up being pretty decent. We we hit sixty five lots of sunshine, and I think the next couple of days at least look great the next cold front, then arrives on Sunday. But it's not going to be quite as cold as what we just had. But it will be a noticeably drop in temperatures. But let's talk about the good things. I tonight clear comfortable, forty degrees for the overnight low. I'll tell you if you're headed up to Denton the mean green or playing Florida Atlantic this evening, so temperatures will be in the fifties for that game which kicks off at eight thirty and then mostly sunny tomorrow will start the day with a temperature around forty. So we'll be frosty is what we've been having. We'll end up with a high of sixty eight up to seventy one on Saturday good deal of sunshine as I. I said a cold front comes in Sunday morning. So that'll drop our temperatures plus give us a low chance for a couple of showers. If you have outdoor things that you can do obviously Saturday will be Saturday will be nicer Sunday won't be oh total washout. Just a couple of morning showers, but cooler a high of fifty two right now. Kind of dry and cool for Monday Tuesday, Wednesday star travel day for thanksgiving. Couple of showers are possible. A better chance for rain farther to the south eastern toward Houston fifty nine for the higher Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day. Let's go mix of clouds and sunshine and a high of sixty one right now, sixty three degrees. It's five forty two. I'm kelly. We live in the Mercedes Benz plano news center now on the ten eighty pump watch a dollar ninety eight in plano at the Sam's Club on east, spring creek Parkway and avenue K and a dollar ninety nine in north Fort Worth at the Costco, and a dollar ninety nine in Dallas, Chevron on wet chapel and Timberline dry life. Local average is two dollars and twenty eight cents in Dallas to twenty-six in Fort Worth and gas prices are down a dime in a week. Some big changes could be coming when it comes to wear Dallas high school students can and can't park. There is a parking war happening between homeowners the city and teens across the district NBC fives Maria Guerrero has details from Kimball high school. It's a daily struggle for residents near Campbell high school..

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD news time to twenty four time to check your money. It has been another see-saw session on Wall Street. Stocks are mixed at the moment. The Dow Jones industrials down fifty seven points a quarter percent twenty five thousand seven forty two. The NASDAQ is down three the S and P five hundred is up by a fraction. Shares of United continental are up more than six percent. The airline posted a solid earnings report and said its domestic growth plan is working homebuilders got to work on fewer new projects last month. And in August. The government reports housing starts declined five point three percent in September groundbreaking for houses and apartments rose in the northeast and the west, but fell sharply in the south and midwest the weakness in the south was attributed in part to hurricane Florence the meat packing industry needs workers Cargill sweetening the pot on benefits as it tries to fill one thousand positions Tyson Foods is also struggling to maintain its work. Force. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. I the rain now the pot holes Melissa Harrison with that story, plus traffic and weather together on the aids. KRLD news time to twenty five. State farm Robert here. Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed, no one bird. Now, your she shed shero all really victims because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. She shared was struck by lightning, Cheryl, Robert state farm cover. My she shed, she shed. She turned are shed hideaway. Robert, that's covered Victor. I'm getting a new she sheer. She had. Can we stop says she shared now? Go with a win. That's here to help life go, right? State farm. Talk to an agent today. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor yet for firehouse.

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"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD weather center tonight, clouds up get a low of seventy two some drizzle in the morning, then sun on your Tuesday with a high of eighty eight degrees Wednesday high of nine eighty nine Thursday, a high of eighty eight and really humid the heat index could get up to one hundred degrees right now. It's eighty six at KRLD news, traffic, and weather, all news all day NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Your news now. To noon, it's four thirty. I'm Melissa Harrison topping our news a man from the Soto is now standing a death penalty capital murder trial for killing a woman from Mansfield, but KRLD's LP Phillips reports defense lawyers opened up with a stunning claim at the time. Mary Johnson a Mansfield died. She was a prison guard at the French Robinson unit near ambler, lean and DeLeon Compton of soda was serving a twenty five year sentence out of Dallas county for the sexual assault of a child while prosecutors say Compton kill Johnson. The defense says she died of a heart attack during consensual sex Johnson semi nude body was found in a storage area of the kitchen where Compton worked as a jail trustee. She had been handcuffed to a pipe and was bruised and scratched. The defense has Johnson was having sex with Compton, and she heard someone in the kitchen panicked and suffered a heart attack if convicted of capital murder. Prosecutors will ask the jury to sentence Compton to death LP Phillips News Radio. Eighty KRLD a Fort Worth civil judge grants a two week restraining order for the family who's nine year old daughter was not going to be removed from life. Support Payton summons was rushed to cook children's medical center last Tuesday after going into cardiac arrest doctors were able to re start her heart. But by that time, the damage or brain had already been done and the hospital had declared her brain dead the hospital had planned on removing her from life support this afternoon, but family attorney Justin Moore filed for a temporary restraining order. Judge GRANDE.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Displaying. Now, Carolee, traffic and weather together. Constructions it'd be our main concern tonight. We have a high water situation that could still be a problem in southeast Dallas. This is highway one seventy five eastbound Bruton the exit ramp to Bruton is blocked because of some high water leftover from the Friday nights storms in Dallas. Westbound one eighty three from Mockingbird to Esther various lanes in cramps. Client ramps going to be closed overnight because of some over overnight construction work. From the KRLD weather center. Patchy drizzle and fog overnight, slight chance of rain will see a low about sixty six occasional drizzle Monday. A slight chance of showers on again off again, mainly earlier in the day, patchy fog is possible up to mid day. Then after noon things pretty well. Clear out. We'll see lots of sunshine with a high of eighty one right now. We're staying overcast seventy-one DFW airport. Seventy-two at the ten eighty KRLD weather center. I'm Kirk Lewis NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. headquarters of Ramsey solutions. It's the day Ramsey show. Or dad is dumb cash is king and the paid off. Mortgage has taken the place of the BMW as the status symbol of choice. I'm Dave Ramsey your host. This is your show America. Thank you for joining us. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"krld" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"At KRLD. Two forty. I'm John little live in the Mercedes Benz of plano newscenter. Their rivals on the field. But tonight to North Texas middle schools come together to remember a player gone way too soon. KRLD? Susan Darwin has the story thirteen year old Chiral McBride Johnson was in eighth grade. And he loved playing football last month. He was practicing with his new team at his new school. Some creek middle school in Crowley when he collapsed and died Cairo will be on our tonight before the football game between the summer creek colts and his old school. Mansfield. Howard middle school Cairo attended Howard middle last year before transferring to Crowley this year, there will be a moment of silence before tonight's game and Cairo's mother. Monica. Mcbride Deb's will be presented with a framed jersey. And an American flag students and staff will be decked out in special shirts that will include logos from both schools, and they'll also be wearing maroon ribbons, summa creeks color. Susan, Darwin NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Thank you. Susan, Julie Chen has not appeared on the talk. Since husband, Leslie, Moonves was fired as CBS CEO amid numerous allegations of sexual misconduct and a video message from Chen. Aired today on the talk. She announced her departure from the show know this show and the sisterhood. It stands for will live on for many, many many more years to come. You ladies got this. And I cannot be more proud to call you. My friends Chen says she needs to spend more time at home with her husband and their young son. An Oklahoma man pleads guilty to breaking out of a federal prison in Texas. Cater all these Kelly weeks reports Jeremy Browne was in the big spring federal Correctional Institution for a firearms offence. When he escaped from federal custody on may nineteenth. Investigators say the sister of a corrections employee spotted Brown running across the street and jumping into a maroon Nissan Altima. She snapped a photo and called in prison workers made an emergency headcount in realized Brown was missing two days later Brown, surrendered the driver of the getaway car Disney. Stone pleaded guilty to concealing person from arrest Kelly. We News Radio to navy KRLD. Morello man faces federal charges for bringing guns into a school and a church, and he did it twice court documents show. Kevin winkle brought three loaded handguns and a rifle onto church and school grounds of Saint Mary's cathedral school earlier this month, the affidavit says winkled talked about a perfect shooting position or shooting perch, the FBI also found marijuana in his home. A luxury automaker is expanding beyond sports cars. Ferrari says by twenty twenty to nearly sixty percent of its vehicles will have hybrid powertrains. This is unjust to meet global emission standards. But the electric Motors can also add power for also announcing its first SUV Etta. We'll have a new limited edition eight hundred one horsepower supercar that CBS's Jeff Gilbert, and what's up with olive garden's menu. Its website has a countdown clock ticking down for something to happen at eleven in the morning tomorrow in the only clue on its website says if you thought unlimited breadsticks were. Big the olive garden. Facebook page is asking people to try to guess what it has planned obviously to go into hamburgers right to their changing to a hamburger joint. But of course, it's not going to tell you if you're right or not until eleven o'clock tomorrow morning KRLD news time is two forty four H Q two in DFW will maybe not. Plus, we check traffic and weather together. Coming up next. Get.

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