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Greater Houston-metro area of Lake Jackson takes responsibility for brain-eating amoeba that killed 6-year-old
"An update on the investigation into the recent death of a six year old boy who contracted a brain eating amoeba at a city splash pad after extensive testing by the CDC. The results show that only the splash pad storage tank created the environment where this amoeba can become viable and has now been confirmed that the Amiga in the splash pad stories tank was the same type that called CYA to develop his fatal illness. City manager manager Modesto Modesto So So says says the the water water supply supply is is safe safe and and the the boil boil water water notice notice has has been been lifted. lifted. But But the the city city will will continue continue to to flush flush the the system system with with chlorine chlorine for for 60 60 days days as as a a precaution. precaution. Teri News time 11 03 Holiday
Water now safe in city where boy died from brain-eating amoeba
"Lake Jackson, south of Houston, has finally been lifted. The advisory was issued September 26 after a deadly brain eating amoeba was found in the city's water supply, which resulted in the death of a six year old boy who was at a splash pad. Although residents no longer have to boil the water prior to using it, they're encouraged not to get it. Up their noses. Will rock n roll lost
Boil-water notice lifted from Texas city where microbe found
"A boil. Water notice has been lifted from the drinking water system of a Houston area city where water tainted with the deadly microscopic parasite is blamed for the death of a six year old boy. You may have heard about this. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, said Lake Jackson officials lifted the notice Tuesday after disinfected levels in the drinking water were documented to be above the state requirements. Also, water samples tested negative for harmful bacteria, however. T C E Q urges users of like Jackson's wanted to avoid getting up their noses to reduce the risk of infection by the brain eating microbe. Go see a McIntyre six year old boy who doctors had died earlier this month after being infected with the brain eating parasite. Now we hear about this from time to time, and usually it's somebody who's Been swimming because this goes up to nose and it makes its way into your brain. And this poor kid died of this. Lake Jackson, Texas. Ah, quick note about Lake Jackson. I have actually been delayed. Jackson. Is about a few years after shelling. I got married her sister law Tera, who lives in Greece now, but at that time was living in Lake Jackson, Texas, and we went down and and visited. Her and her husband and her and her daughter, Martha. Swim in a lake. We will know we went to his lake Jackson is on the coast. It's on. I don't know where they got this, but this water's inland water, but it's on the coast. We did go in the Gulf of Mexico on what swimming for the first time with the kids early swim because Right there. The Gulf of Mexico right around. There is not a pretty thing. It's not a pleasant It's kind of like the water kind of reminds you of a really nice Kansas Cow Pond, You know, never murky, brownish. That's number nice, but we spent some time there. I was not terribly impressed with Lake Jackson. They really the The rough people who live there. They're called said there. You gotta watch out for the rough people territory. The shrimpers. A lot of shrimping going on out of there. And in the people, apparently who don't know Trump boats are pretty tough customers. Sometimes it's kind of like one on Forrest Gump. You know so like Jackson, but that Things that microbe that goes up into the brain. Who that is frightening isn't about them Something
Water now safe in city where boy died from brain-eating amoeba
"That boil Water advisory issued for Lake Jackson, south of Houston, has finally been been lifted. lifted. The The advisory advisory was was issued issued on on September September 26 26 after after a a deadly deadly brain brain eating eating amoeba amoeba was was found found in in the the city's city's water water supply, supply, which which resulted resulted in in the the death death of of a a six six year year old old boy boy who who was was at at a a splash splash pad. pad. All All the the residents residents no no longer longer have have to to boil boil the the water water priority priority using using it, it, they they are are encouraged encouraged not not to to get get it it up up their their noses. noses.
"lake jackson" Discussed on Houston Matters
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"lake jackson" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Much and win? You know please share by actually said that too. But you know we we never know what is truth coming from him but the the documentation that the New York Times release shows that he paid very little and even even for people like ourselves we look at that go in, you have got to be kidding. Surely the man paid more taxes than that and. I think it has an effect on the middle class voters. Especially, we have just a couple more minutes I want to focus on some other political developments, but also want to note that if you have something more that you like to say about last night's debate, you will have a whole hour to talk about it on town square with earning news today at three o'clock. We hope you'll tune in then and share your thoughts Brandon back here in Texas court fights underway over straight ticket voting what's happened So this is a band that has been put into effect effectively route taking away ticket voting This is going to be fought at the ports. My guess is the fifth circuit will eventually side with Texas and say that this has to be as it is on the ballot that has no straight ticket voting going forward three ticket voting is actually a helper democrats down ballot some of the research that I've done shows that down ballot Democrats who in the running for House and Senate seats or. Advantage between three and five thousand votes. So there's a big bump that's available for straight ticket voting. So Democrats was like a cease to come back, but the courts may not let it and the Republicans are very said that they're going to try to eliminate it. So we'll see how plays out Nancy. Well, we've naturally been fixated on the debate last night. There are, of course, a number of key local races in full swing you wanted to comment on an ad that impressed you featuring congressman, Dan Crenshaw Right. This is a it's a Republican Party ad and that. If people haven't seen it, you can just Google Crenshaw. Rob, but the the. The AD portrays crenshaw is heading out on a mission. Kinda starts out missing impossible in gathers up The other targeted races in Texas those candidates and pulls them together in ends in an adventure of vendors type scene, and you know my my personal take on it is extremely creative. It does that may not move voters, but I thought it was an incredibly creative ad. Nancy Sims is a political analyst and lecturer and UH's political science. Department Brandon Rotting House Co News Eighty eight seven party politics program and is a professor of political science at the University of Houston Nancy Brandon. Thanks very much. Craig..
"lake jackson" Discussed on Houston Matters
"We're talking with political analysts, Nancy Simpson Brandon Rotting House about last night's presidential debate and other recent developments. In politics. We welcome your reaction to what transpired last night at seven, one, three, four, four, zero, eight, seventy, or talk at Houston matters dot org we received an email from Michael. Who says in reference to last night's debate I preferred them when they were in the balcony on the muppet show. Now. Personally I find that offensive for Statler and Waldorf. I think got along in their heckling so now. And they didn't interrupt each other right. Respectful in a joking way. Okay. So let me ask you the pointedly Brandon was last night useful. I think it was useful to a limited degree for people who wanted to see their team win right they eat or wanted to see their opponents offer or their candidate win. So for that, it's a good thing but that's not a successful. What is successful debate would do would be to clarify the issues identify and I really highlight some of the key issues in that race and then determine where the candidates stand. On them for people who are undecided the very few of them that there are I think this didn't really move the needle and honestly I think what we know from scholarship on this is that when campaigns go negative like this, it is mobilizing effect and so the people who are undecided probably simply won't vote and again, this is a tremendously troublesome development for what's supposed to be a moment where we're clarifying understanding. Nancy what's your thought? What's was last night's debate useful. I don't think it was useful but I would say that it may have energized the by supporters a bit more are as I. Prefer to call them the anti trump supporters because try and trump's supporters will be very energized from his actions in the debate last night that they have been rather energized the. A lot of folks are not actually four Joe Biden they're just against Donald Trump. So last night may have given them more motivation to to get out and cast their ballots. Let's take a call..
"lake jackson" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Up, next, we discussed last night's presidential debate. It was well loud. Also the court battle over straight ticket voting in Texas it's our weekly political roundup is Houston matters continues. This is Houston Matters Craig Cohen CNN's Jake Tapper last night called it a hot mess inside a dumpster fire inside a train wreck ABC. News George Stephanopoulos stated simply that it was the worst presidential debate. He had ever seen in his life NPR's Domenico Montanaro went even further suggesting it may have been the worst presidential debate in American history president trump constantly interrupted former vice president Joe Biden called trump a clown told him to shut up moderator Chris Wallace admonished the candidates the president. especially. For not following the rules, the campaigns had agreed to and there was crosstalk throughout and the president hesitated to downsize white supremacy. So there's that welcome to politics in two thousand twenty. Let's talk through whatever that was last night in today's political roundup, with Brandon, Rotting House Co host of News, Eighty Eight, seven party politics program, and a professor of political science at the University of Houston and Nancy. Sims political analyst and lecturer in Political Science Department Brandon Nancy Welcome to Houston matters. Thanks good line as we chat we welcome your reaction to the again using air quotes here. Debate at talk at Houston. Matters Dot Org or seven, one, three, four, four, zero, eight, seventy. All Right Nancy. Why don't you start us off? How would you characterize what transpired last night? You could compare it to a hockey day. Data the game has some good. Games kinda hoping for a fight that if that's what you wanted night, you got it. Wild. The find. We've got a little bit of static on the line there Nancy. So I'm GonNa see if we can put you hold and get a better connection with you brandon and the meantime how would you characterize what you saw and heard last night? Ethically Bad I. Don't think we've seen this kind of frustration and a debate for a long time maybe since two thousand right remember when Al Gore was pilloried for signing loud during George W Bush's comments that was a scandal and how we've got literally the candidates telling. You know shut up and so it's pretty bad. There's also reminds me of nineteen, seventy six when the lights went out during the debate between President Ford and and then governor Jimmy. Carter and you had them literally not speaking about thirteen minutes in the dark. So we've had some grim moments in presidential debate history but just might go down the most troublesome an Ansi sims aside from the combative nature of the debate itself young the the mess that it was. In terms of the issues or in terms of what you did hear from the candidates, what were your major takeaways? Clearly defined their differences There was no question where each of them stood. At you know between the attacks they they did actually fairly make clear their positions. Joe Biden's direct talking to the cameras seem to be his comfort level and president trump having trouble staying focused on the issue and more focused on Biden with the prominent takeaways. Of course, you know the fact that president trump did not condemn white supremacy was startling to many and you know I think the but Biden had there were things that were concerning about Biden's comments as well. Such as. Well I..
"lake jackson" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Released the final report investigating the Houston School Districts Special Education System the report which found widespread and significant issues with H. ISD follows a nearly year-long investigation that found shortcomings similar to those found in previous reports and twenty eleven twenty eighteen, our education reporter Laura, Eisenson has been following up on this story yesterday and today, and she'll bring us an update later this afternoon during all things considered. A Busy Commissioner's Court online yesterday Harris County property owners are likely to see some relief on their taxes. The tax rate for Harris, county property owners could drop by one point three cents per one hundred dollars of assessed value. The decrease includes cuts to the General Fund and port of Houston but offsets slight increases in funding to the hospital district and flood control. The court also approved a plan which would transform an entire block of downtown Houston and contained in Quito Park Into A. Memorial recognizing four men who were lynched in Harris County between eighteen, seventy, seven and nineteen fifty that site will also include art installations, a water feature and permanent information on the local history of racial and social inequality. Also on that call yesterday Harris County Precinct Four Commissioner. Jack Kay goal. He announced Craig during the virtual meeting that he's tested positive for covert nineteen. He says, he started experiencing some mild cold like symptoms last week and was tested on Monday Keiko's now on self quarantine. Finally cracked new this just end we're receiving word in our newsroom that the Texans, home game this Sunday at noon can proceed as scheduled the Minnesota Vikings team tested negative for Colbert, nineteen according to League officials. So it's the Texans and the Vikings this Sunday at noon the Vikings played against the titans this past Sunday and some players and staff members from the titans had an outbreak of the disease. But that gives us a green light for a limited capacity fans to check out the game this Sunday at noon against the Texans in the Vikings and don't forget game two of the Al Wildcard Best of three series between the Astros and the twins that's scheduled for today at noon Jose Erkki will for Houston they just announced that as well. This morning Jose heels will be on the mount from Minnesota? The Astros won yesterday's matchup four to one. All right Houston versus Minnesota on two fronts. Can you imagine. He's eight seventy Robinson. Thank you. Residents of Lake Jackson fifty, five miles south of Houston. Their water this morning and may have to for a while officials continue to try and wrestle back the city's water system from a brain eating. AMOEBA that killed a young boy earlier this month and lead to a disaster declaration in the area governor. Greg Abbott visited Lake Jackson Tuesday with representatives from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Department of State, Health Services and the division of Emergency Management News at eight seven flory and Martin has been following.
It Will Take Months To Clear Texas’ Lake Jackson Of Brain-Eating Amoeba, Officials Say
"Say that it could take two months to be sure, late. Jackson's drinking water is clear of the deadly amoeba. That doctors believe killed a boy and has led to a warning not to drink tap water. Six year old girl Saya McIntyre died earlier this month after doctors say he was infected with the brain eating parasite. Governor Greg Abbott says he spoke with the grieving family and is sure they will find out why the water was tainted. I was shown some Incredible pictures of the young boy who was so handsome So athletic So full of life. And it just rips your heart. To know the loss of this life. Residents are urged to boil the tap water there before using it. Ah High
"lake jackson" Discussed on WJR 760
"Last thing these people in Lake Jackson need is toe have this additional burden. Of not being able to have access to the water that they desperately need. Like Jackson City manager Modesto Mundo's urge residents continue to boil water for their tap as three samples of 11 taken showed preliminary positive results of the parasite. Health officials say the microbe could take 60 days to purge from the water system. Former UMW president Dennis Williams is expected to be arraigned and will plead guilty to corruption charges. All of this will take place tomorrow afternoon. A Detroit federal court. Williams will be arraigned at one PM and will plead guilty at three PM before Judge Paul Borman. Former Michigan secretaries of state Ruth Johnson and Terry Lynn Land have filed a federal lawsuit challenging Michigan's plan to count absentee ballots that arrived two weeks after Election Day Court of claims Judge Cynthia Stevens rolled Michigan clerks must accept late ballots as long as they're postmark no later than November 2nd and received before the results are certified, which is 14 days after the election. The new lawsuit says it's up to the Legislature to set election law and the Legislature has said in eight PM deadline on Election day for a mail in ballots to arrive. Mayor Duncan announced a major $50 million Public housing project in Detroit. Duggan was joined by the philanthropic community who played a significant role. Wendy Jackson is what the crazy foundation. We're very pleased to be able to join this partnership and announce our guarantee of 10 million To ensure that this investment lands in community lands in Detroit neighborhoods where it's needed most, according to U. S. Census Data. 36% of city of Detroit residents live in poverty. Kolar Fall weather means finding a warmer place to conduct covert 19 tests in the motor city. Fox's CJ Papa has Mohr Detroit has shut its outdoor test facility of the state Fairgrounds were conducted more than 55,000.
Texas governor issues disaster declaration over brain-eating amoeba found in Lake Jackson water supply, south of Houston
"Is in effect for Brazoria County, Texas. After a deadly amoeba was found in water samples from Lake Jackson as NBC's Morgan Chesky reports. A six year old boy recently died after contracting the brain eating A Maybe Joe SIA died earlier this month from a waterborne amoeba that somehow got into the Lake Jackson, Texas water supply. The amoeba is exceedingly rare. There have only been 34 cases over the last 10 years. Ah boil water order is in effect for the area. Health update. Sarah Lee Kessler, NBC news radio.
Texas health officials investigate brain-eating amoeba found in Houston-area’s water supply
"Continuing to investigate a deadly microscopic parasite. Found in a Houston area drinking water. The brain eating amoeba was found after a six year old boy became infected and died earlier this month is the governor Greg Abbott, at a time when it exists when lives are already disrupted. The last thing these people in Lake Jackson need is to have this additional burden of nothing about have access to the water that they desperately need. Several
"lake jackson" Discussed on KTRH
"Promised, used to Mayor Sylvester Turner is instituting a side and released policy, allowing police to write tickets for low level offenses such as trespassing, driving without a license and graffiti there approximately 3000 cases from last year that would have been eligible under the site and release policy. So going forward, we should experience a decline in the number of low level offenders going to jail as a direct result of the site and release program, Harris County and Act in a similar policy. At the start of 2020. Houston's police union supports the policy. But critics argue it gives officers too much discretion when deciding who goes to jail and who doesn't frustration is growing. In Lake Jackson area where residents are still under a boil. Water noticed after officials found evidence of the deadly brain eating amoeba last Friday. Yes, I'm angry. I'm having to either by water or boil it. I paid my damn water bill. They ought to do their job, right? That's for my TV partner Channel to the city of Lake Jackson already doled out 5000 cases of bottled water over the weekend in the in the process of Flushing and decontaminating the entire water system. No word on how long that'll take. All fans are coming back to Texans games, at least some of them the team and city announced. 13,300 fans will be allowed to attend this coming Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings and NRG Stadium. Oh, gee, I was about 20% capacity, social distancing protocols will be in place. All fans in attendance will have to wear a mask except when eating or drinking. No tailgating will be allowed. Well at Baylor College of Medicine today. U. S surgeon General Dr Drum, Adams said that finding a vaccine is only the beginning of the fight against Cove in 19. Getting a vaccine is just step one. This is going to be logistically the hardest vaccine distribution we've ever experienced in history. Dr. Adams reports that an initial distribution plan was just released from the health and human services. And the National Academy of Science and Medicine Harris County, accusing all a za HQ used of allowing illegal aliens to register to vote. The Public Interest Legal Foundation has sued the Harris County voter registrar, saying applications printed on by vote the U. S government and Texas pose a direct question. Are you a citizen of the United States were seeing scores of so far, folks that admitted upfront. I am not a US citizen. I'm a citizen of Mexico. I'm a citizen of Ireland. I'm from Japan wherever And that they were being registered to vote anyway, spokesman Logan Churchwell says. Not only does it muddy election results, but it could also lead to deportation against those who answered the question. Honestly do stop beloved old three the first presidential debate taking place in Cleveland, Ohio. Tomorrow, Anticipation is running pretty high. There will be covert tests, there will be social distancing, but there will also be a live audience, albeit a small one at Tuesday's face off between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden. Aching for what may be the most familiar element of an election changed by a pandemic. For one of these White House hopefuls, that's a factor unseen for months. Biden strictly following public health guidelines, hasn't addressed a.
Boy's death led to detection of brain-eating amoeba in water
"County. After Dillingham Eva was found in water samples from Lake Jackson Governor Greg Abbott has issued the declaration. A six year old little boy recently died after he contracted the brain eating amoeba a boil. Water order is in effect for customers of the Broads, a sport water authority. Texas is still allowing straight ticket voting after a judge blocked a GOP effort to get rid of it. This means residents could vote for all candidates under one party with a single ballot. Mark U. S District Judge Marina Marmolejo ruled that the change would have led the long lines at the polls, increasing the amount of time voters were exposed to the Corona virus and also would've meant recalibrating voting machines or re printing
"lake jackson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It is like my worst nightmare. Come to life right here. Brain eating. Oh, me. Oh, me, Buzz. Keep wanting to say only it wasn't a question Wife. So this's crazy Lake Jackson, Texas People who've lived in Texas saw this over the weekend. Tests confirmed the presence of the I can't pronounce it. It's like the new Guillory of our Laurie. It's the brain eating amoebas. That's all you need to know. It's thie. It can cause an infection in the brain, which is usually fatal. They say that infections are rare, but there were 34 reported between 2009 and 2018. I don't care. It's terrifying. Officials and Lake Jackson are disinfecting the water supply. But they were a Texas communities originally told Friday night not to use their water supply for any reason except to flush toilets. And that was because they said that there there was one fatality a child already. Where they said that the city's water supply. Apparently there was an investigation after the six year old contracted This amoeba passed away from it passed away earlier this month as a result, and that was, according to Lake Jackson City manager Modesto Mondo, and they said that usually it's in freshwater, but sometimes you know, it's it could be in warm freshwater places or They were trying to figure out exactly what had happened. So terrifying. This is why I'm like no small, warm bodies of water ever. Will I ever touch also because of Gators, But that's you know, a whole other thing. Joe Montana's wife is the real MVP here, everybody can we just like pause for a moment to acknowledge this. This is unbelieveable. His wife, Jennifer. This is, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. They stopped someone who tried to kidnap their nine month old grand baby over the weekend, and apparently, this woman got access inside of their house in Malibu, and then straight up, grab the baby. And Joe Montana and Jennifer confronted the woman, and apparently Jennifer.
Texas boy's death led to detection of brain-eating amoeba in water
"Abbott, issuing a disaster declaration for Rizzo, Rhea County, where a six year old boy unknowingly played. In contaminated water caught a brain eating amoeba and die. Experts say. The amoeba, which is rare, but almost always fatal, infects the body through the nose. Authorities are now working to flush and disinfect the water supply, using chlorine, ordering all residents of Lake Jackson to boil the water before using. We're working as hard as possible to get the water system back online and make sure that it's safe. State and federal officials also working to find out how the amoeba which thrives in warmer temperatures contaminated the water. ABC is Clayton Sandal. Maria
Boy's death led to detection of brain-eating amoeba in water
"In lakes and Rivers has turned up in a Texas counties water supply, and it's claimed the life of a little boy a disaster declaration for more than 300,000 Texans after a six year old boy died from a brain eating amoeba found in Lake Jackson's water supply that first head CT that they did on him did show The brain swelling. Zion McIntyre first complained of a headache. Weeks later he was dead. I'm Angry and upset and sad and heartbroken his death, sparking a week's long investigation, concluding that Josiah contracted the deadly amoeba often found in warm water and a neighborhood splash pad or from a water hosts. Statistically. What happened to Josiah is extremely rare there only than 34 cases of free living comedic encephalitis over nine or 10 year period. Still, parents warned to be careful about their kids swimming and bathing. It's not about drinking water. It's about avoiding activities where the water goes into the nose, like Jackson's mayor tells us he simply doesn't know when the water will be safe and is asking people they're to be patient until this is resolved and reporting on that story, ABC Zelman Lopez come on his time 11 13
Texas boy's death led to detection of brain-eating amoeba in water
"Turned up in a Texas counties, water supply and Claimed the life of a young boy a disaster declaration for more than 300,000 Texans after a six year old boy died from a brain eating amoeba found in Lake Jackson's water supply that first head CT that they did on him did show The brain swelling. Zion McIntyre first complained of a headache. Weeks later he was dead. I'm Angry and upset and sad and heartbroken his death, sparking a week's long investigation. Concluding that Jews, Iet contracted the deadly amoeba often found in warm water and a neighborhood splash pad or from a water hosts. Statistically. What happened to Josiah is extremely rare there only than 34 cases of free living comedic encephalitis over nine or 10 year period. Still, parents warned to be careful about their kids swimming and bathing. It's not about drinking water. It's about avoiding activities where the water goes into the nose, like Jackson's mayor tells us he simply doesn't know when the water will be safe and is asking people they're to be patient until this is resolved. That's ABC Selwyn Lopez to public health crises in one
Deadly amoeba found in Houston-area community's water supply prompts disaster declaration from Gov. Abbott
"Governor Abbott issues a disaster declaration for Brazoria County due to a deadly amoeba found in the city of light. Jackson's water supply a boil water notice remains in effect for the city of Lake Jackson. This follows the death of a six year old boy who officials say was hospitalized with a brain eating amoeba in that suburban Houston community,
Tap Water Warning Due To Potential Deadly Microbe Contamination Lifted For All But 1 Houston-Area Community
"Tap water warnings are slowly being lifted in Texas after worries the water could be tainted with the deadly brain Eating microbe on Ly Lake Jackson, Texas in the Houston area remains under a warning that city is home to the water treatment plant for Brazos Sport Water Authority. Lake City manager says Earlier this month, a six year old boy died after contracting the microbe of further investigation led to the finding of a brain eating uneven in the water after health officials conducted water tests at the boy's home. There is still an advisory. In effect, The water authority says it won't be lifted until they can flush the system and water samples show it's safe to use
Brain-eating microbe: US city warned over water supply
"Parts of Texas are beginning to ease up following fears of the supply was tainted. Only Lake Jackson, Texas in the Houston area remains under a warning that city is home to the water treatment plant for Brazos Sport Water Authority. Lake City manager says earlier this month, a six year old boy died after contracting the microbe of further investigation led to the finding of a brain eating amoeba in the water. Fox is Rob Dawson. America is listening to Fox News.
Dallas - Disaster Declaration Issued For Southeast Texas County After Brain-Eating Amoeba Found In Water Supply Of City
"Lake Jackson, Texas is under a water advisory. Its supply may be contaminated by a dangerous amoeba K H O UTV reporter David Gonzalez Lake Jackson residents are under a disaster declaration after a brain eating amoeba was found in the city's water supply there. Now rushing to local stores to stock up on bottled water. The CDC collected water samples after six year old Messiah McIntyre died. He had played in one of our play, founds and may have played with a water hose at the home, Preliminary results show. Three of 11 sites tested positive for night, Gloria Valerie. If somebody does get the infection, it does have a fairly high fatality rate usually higher than 92 95% of patients.
"lake jackson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And here in Boston. It is 66 degrees, with clouds at 6 35, Boston's top prosecutor, releasing the names of more than 130 police officers. Who have been accused of discrimination, corruption or other misconduct that could undermine their credibility as court witnesses. Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollins said the public deserves to know when the credibility of a police officer is called into question. While most officers provide exemplary service, she said. Some have been accused of actions that are harmful or potentially harmful to the community and the criminal legal system. Power cut off to thousands because of higher wildfire Danger in the California is NBC's Chuck Sivertsen. Electricity shutting off to 15,000 customers at the start increasing to 89,000 into Sunday evening in 16 in northern California counties in one tribe, says the utility PG and E this to protect the grid during red Flag wildfire Danger wind gusts up to 55 miles an hour are expected with extremely low humidity, the target to restore power. Late Monday evening. Affected counties include Napa, Eldorado, Sonoma and Yuba counties. Lake Jackson, Texas Underwater advisory because of a potential contamination of its water supply. By a dangerous amoeba. Who's David Gonzalez? CDC. Preliminary results show three of 11 sites tested positive for night Gloria salary. They include the Lake Jackson Civic Center Splash pad. The hose bib badge aside, his home and a dead end Firehouse drink near the splash pad. Where surprised just as everybody that the test came back for the system, City officials say 50% of the city's water comes from the brasses Port Water Authority, and the other half comes from Wells. Right now. Lake Jackson officials have not been able to pinpoint the problem, but they have taken BW a out of the equation. A brain eating amoeba took the life of a six year old boy back on September 8th. A New Hampshire man who was injured at a punk rock show reaching a settlement W These hazmat shura spoke with the event organizer who says there's more to this story. There are three tiers of fans at hardcore punk shows the apathetic crowd in the back the mosh pit in the middle and the diehards standing at the foot of the stage, screaming along to their favorite bands. That's where Jason Coogan.
Deadly microbe water warning lifted for all but 1 Texas city
"Officials have lifted a warning for all but one Houston area community to stop using tap water because it might be tainted with a deadly brain eating microbe. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, issued the warning late last night telling aid communities and not to use tap water for any reason except to flush toilets. That warning has now been lifted. For all the one area that's the city of Lake Jackson. That's where more than 27,000 people live. It's the site of the water authorities. Treatment plan
Deadly microbe water warning lifted for all but 1 Houston-area city
"Officials have lifted a warning for all the one Houston area community to stop using tap water because it might be tainted with the deadly brain eating microbe. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, issued the warning late last night, telling a community's not to use tap water for any reason except to flush toilets. That warning has now been lifted. For every chord together. Every county, I should say, except Lake Jackson County, the city of more than 27,000 residents in Lake Jackson is the site of the authorities. Water treatment plant
Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water
"A brain eating amoeba is found in the water supply of the brasses sport Water Authority. Nine communities being told not to consume any tap water. Let's run through these nine. Lake Jackson, Freeport Angleton, Brazoria Richwood Oyster Creek Clue. Rosenberg Dow Chemical TDCJ Clemens and TDCJ Wayne Scott. Residents advise. Don't DRINK Don't Wash. Don't SHOWER Don't use tap water for anything except Flushing a toilet until further notice.
"lake jackson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Y. W.'s at bank in the lake Jackson out with a foot injury coach Doug Peterson acknowledged newly acquired defensive tackle a keen Spence could see time the rotation as early as Sunday definitely feels the need that we have there that spot in that that that open spot it was a really good minutes you know as a as a fourth for tackle Jackson one on injured reserve on Tuesday and Peter sending dollars and there's a good chance in his words that the defense attack will miss the remainder of the season with the eagles I met bank in K. Y. W. newsradio Philly's battled the Braves again tonight at citizens bank park fills looking for a second straight win after slipping past Atlanta last night six the five Phillies hit five home runs in the victory Corey Dickerson had two of the long balls and manager gave Kapler really likes what Dickerson is done since joining the Phils at the trade deadline I think we've we've pointed to some of the swing changes that he's made and how competitive he is in the batters box having one of the things that were noticing is that left or right you know he's he's probably got to be in the lineup right now after last nights when the Philly sit at seventy five and sixty nine they right now are two games back in the race for that second wild card playoff spot in the National League now on the mound tonight for the Phillies it will be Zac Efron the right hander eight and eleven four point three one eight alright the Braves counter with lefty Dallas seven five three point four seven earned run average tonight's game at citizens bank park in gets under way at seven oh five Leon thanks it's eleven thirty nine let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to be. coming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries or exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna.
"lake jackson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Okay. About Carl in lake Jackson, Texas, Karl welcome. Yes, sir. How are you? I'm good, man. What's up? Got a two thousand nine Chevrolet suburban bought it. No. It's got almost two hundred thousand miles on it and loved it has been a great vehicle. Yeah. I'm wanted wanting to. Get rid of or rare. But I wanna keep it. But I wanna buy a two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen dodge Durango for my why for just the the x the x t the six cylinder. Yeah. And was wondering I don't know anything about a dodge of never owned the dogs have never even driven a dodge. Well, I'll tell you a lot in it is a very enjoyable SUV. Dodge keeps saying they're going to drop it from the lineup and put a third row seat into the Jeep Grand Cherokee. I've been hearing that for three years, but drank oh, just keep selling and people who own them love them. That Pentastar engine has been spectacular gets. Good gas mileage got plenty of power. You know, I got nothing but good to say about the Durango. It's gonna be quite a bit smaller than the suburban. And if that's what that's what you're going for. That'll that good choice. It's a very comparable SUV to the Ford Explorer, and I like to explore too. But Durango Durango is just I mean, they've always got good incentives decent resale value. I man I tell ya. There's that's not a bad choice. Okay. Outstanding. Well, love your show brief say, the the kids are growing up and getting them out of the house a little bit. And he ready to downgrade a little bit any key blaming for that Suburbans and traffic and then tied parking places. Sometimes they they're tough to drive in this'll be a lot easier for her to drive and park and make you turns in Josh was new skews the owner at they way, Dr Jeep ram if he will talk to him. He will absolutely pick fix you up on a new Durango. And he stocks a ton of those things you being good hands..
"lake jackson" Discussed on KTRH
"No, Randy, okay. About Carl in lake Jackson, Texas Kara. Welcome. Yes, sir. How are you? I'm good, man. What's up? I have got a two thousand nine Chevrolet suburban bought. It. New got almost two hundred thousand miles on it and love it has been a great vehicle. Now, I'm wanting wanting to. Get rid of or rare. But I wanna keep it. But I wanna buy a two thousand eighteen two thousand not pain dodge Durango from the the x the x t the six cylinder. And was wondering I don't know anything about a dodge. I've never owned a dogs have never even driven a dodge. Well, I'll tell you a lot it is a very enjoyable SUV. Dodge keeps saying they're going to drop it from the lineup and put a third row seat into the Jeep Grand Cherokee. I've been hearing that for three years, but drank oh, just keep selling and people who own them love them. That Pentastar engine has been spectacular gets. Good gas mileage got plenty of power. You know, I got nothing but good to say about the Durango. It's gonna be quite a bit smaller than the suburban. And if that's what if that's what you're going for. That'll that good choice. It's a very comparable SUV to the Ford Explorer. And you know, I like to explore too. But Durango Durango is just I mean, they've always got good incentives decent resale value. I man I tell ya. There's that's not a bad choice. Okay. Outstanding. Well, I love your show recited. The the kids are growing up and getting them out of the house a little bit. And he ready to downgrade a little bit any. I can't blame it for that Suburbans, you know, and traffic in intact parking places. Sometimes they they're tough to drive and this'll be a lot easier for her to drive and park and make you turns in Josh was new skews the owner at bay way dodge Chrysler Jeep ram if he will talk to him. He will absolutely pick fix you up on a new Durango. And he stocks a ton of those things you're being good hands..
"lake jackson" Discussed on KTRH
"That's going to carry these quality products. Here's fill in lake Jackson. Morning. Phil good morning, Randi. How are you? I'm good. What can we help you with? Hey, I've got a I'm down here. Lake Jackson is we've said, and I've got a we have a lot of trees in the city of enchantment is were known as and I had a question regarding a lot of. From what I think is a Cottonwood tree. And what I've done is. I've asked a couple of folks that do tree trimming bet could be the culprit because he gets on the cars, we have probably about four or five cars in the driveway. Well, it's probably their insect problem on the Cottonwood tree is way up in there. And you just don't know. And so it sounds to me like you need to pay to have a a tree company come on out and spray way up top maybe two times a year to keep the insects away. So that you don't have to worry about this damage on the property. Okay. So sometimes past like typically May June timeframe I in a couple of my sons had noticed it as well looking up. You could almost feel like a mist coming out of the tree. But that would not be the nature of a Cottonwood. It would have to believe. So because it sheds its gonna shed like April may it's cotton stuff. Again, this is worth paying a tree expert coming out and take a look anybody would recommend. I know that affordable tree service will go to like Jackson. But like the point that we made an hour plus ago was that when you call tree service, tell them I really need to pay to have a consultation now today spray trees. Unless they spray, but if they do the work the spring for you, they will waive the consultation fee, but if you just need there is out there, you.
"lake jackson" Discussed on KTRH
"Two five eight seven four. Yeah. And just real quick. If you're having that type of situation where you got a lot of air going in one room, nothing going in the other. That's typically just a balancing issue and can be resolved usually pretty easily. Let's head down to lake Jackson. Hello, steve. Working for you. Okay. Does anybody in the Houston area that you had a cold? That I could look at the duck working by headaches. Number health is forty eight. Has the story. There about having somebody coveted insulation between the rafters of the. The attic your insulation. Okay. Let's let's start with the infrared equipment. I don't know of anybody who rents the equipment out there. There's a lot of companies who will come out actually, take the pictures for you. And and do the work. But because a lot of that equipment is so intricate. I don't know of anybody who's just. Renting it out to homeowners to do. Okay. There are some who will rent it to a C companies and professionals to do, but they're trained to use the piece of equipment. As far as the insulation. I'm not a cellulose fan. Oh, spraying foam, okay..
"lake jackson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"As we say Hello to Debbie in lake Jackson, Texas. Every. Oh, how are you doing? Good kid. Oh, oh Yoon apology. I know you've been there. A long time. We've got a technical malfunction today where typically are screener will put up on a call screen who's there? Whether from what they want to know, and how long they been on hold. And that's the system is not working today's having to text me. So I'm having to look at my phone, and I can't tell how long anybody's been there. And I looked at saw you earlier, and I started to go to you. And then we're out of time, and I looked back up, and there you are still there. So thank you for holding. Now. How can I help you? I have plans on camping. I bought a lightweight trae. It's only eighteen hundred pounds, but I want to calculate total weight both load and tollway ought to be Hickel. And I wanna get the smallest. Vehicle that will tell it official police are no it needs torque. I was looking at the Colorado. Diesels. But if I don't have to get diesel, and I did an SUV prefer that. But I'm afraid not knowing because so many when they advertise it his take off towards the not long-term totally taught. So I wanted to get your opinion is there she'd be out there that I could take to the mountains with about a three thousand pound weight. You know, there's there's kind of two break points wants thirty five hundred pounds and a lot of the mid size SUV as will do that. Four. Chevy equinox with six owners right around thirty five hundred pounds. But that's mountain cutting. It pretty close. I mean because you could. We estimate you're gonna add twelve hundred pounds of cargo to it that you could be off a couple of hundred pounds. And then you're really pushing it then you start dragging it up the side of a mountain. And that's another whole problem on the other hand. I think the Colorado diesel is overkill for you. It's got really good to so thinking about something in the middle. What about the new Subaru fan? It was five thousand pounds, which would be good. The first one that popped into my head was the Toyota Highlander. Got five thousand capacity. Good. Me up and down. The mountains bid does slope. Does. And and then the one that's really appealing to me for you is the Toyota forerunner, and the reason for that is that's one of the few issues still left out there without going all the way to Tahoe suburban and those size. It's it's one of the few out there that still got a truck chassis under it, so it will not particularly. Everything it's going to be no I want. Feel feed. You're doing. In a smaller vehicle. I can do you know, I think I'd probably look pretty hard at the edge from Ford, and the reason for it is their ego. Boost engines have been so good. And when those wouldn't that turbo kicks in Debbie that thing, we'll get you up the mountain. And and when you're not pulling the trailer, then four an SUV it is fuel efficient for an SUV. I qualify that. Because. SUV's or you know, I mean thirty without pulling anything thirty to thirty two in mid size is good mileage. But but I think diesels overkill for you. And I like diesels. Just fine. I love the engine longevity of them. But the Ford edge EKO boost is it's just really it's really done. Well, and I think it would do fine for you in the mountains why I would start there. Once you go to Tom Ford and talk to Hawaii Lopez and tell him I sent you and let him let you drive one. And see what you think you feel does that. Turbo kick in when it kicks in. And now that the engine family has been around for now ten years, I have full confidence in it as far as reliability goes. And again, lastly when you're not pulling that trailer, you're going to get some one of the better mileage is out there and it's very enjoyable vehicle drive. I'm dry. Having won this week. It's wonderful. Let's do that. Dr. Hey, unless see if he can help you and I do. Sincerely, apologize for letting you set on that long a never intend to do that. I just can't tell today. You know, doesn't have a timer on the text. No, no, it doesn't. And then. Keep scrolling down. No. I like texting but this is out of control. Holy cow. Oh my God. You're a millennial. It is twenty eighteen you'd think I'd have all this down. But whatever. One eight hundred nine two six seven seven seven seven..
"lake jackson" Discussed on Dudes Doing Business
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"lake jackson" Discussed on KTRH
"Eight seven four that seven one three two one two five eight seven four we're gonna head down to lake jackson and john this is jim craig jail uh i got actually flooded of the door i'm bowling out sheet rock and burned behind the moisture barrier that uh may be a hopedfor fatima health is yeah rod for you could put your finger nowhere else other after the house i had a way only issue uh probably three or four years ago they replaced by ru and i had one spot that had water at it at that point what would pull the state rock everything of gollner audit of white thing the whole floor joy luck with the trump main questionnaire though the bottom half of my health boot brick and the of about four fay bennett stucco and i'm wondering if there any way to determine if that water got in their state behind the moisture barrier after of a crew or is there a deep back in the stuck oh because it didn't like anywhere else around the road the rest of the fbi you they're just deraa or if they out from the flood at a lot four inches in the house so obviously gummy doubt but if not right built tholot how how the house assists about thirteenyearold okay is.