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Thank You for Supporting 'Life, Liberty & Levin' on FOX
"This past Sunday on life liberty and Levin It was the number one show all weekend on Fox Saturdays and Sundays I want to thank you because you and this radio audience make that possible And you mark it down 8 p.m. Eastern Time which I appreciate You have it on automatic record with your DVR which I appreciate if you can't watch it live And we're going to have a hell of a show this Sunday Retired lieutenant colonel Alan west we'll talk about what's going on in the world particularly with Russia And he's also a Republican candidate in the Republican primary for governor of Texas He's not happy with what's happening to the lone star state And he doesn't think governor Abbott's done enough to secure the border And since he gets no airtime he should get some He'll get it with
"lone star state" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Fourth quarter GDP was still lower than before the pandemic struck The figures will be welcomed by prime minister Boris Johnson who is grappling with a brutal cost of living crisis and political difficulties They also kick the Bank of England focused on curbing surging inflation with more interest rate hikes likely in the coming months Live in London I'm you and Potts Bloomberg daybreak All right you and thank you Energy prices are also in focus this morning after a warning from the international energy agency It says oil prices could head higher because chronic supply issues threatened to increase tightness and volatility Checking all prices right now and I'm excretes up 6 tenths percent or 54 cents at $90 42 cents a barrel Brent is up a half percent at $91 88 cents Well let's switch gears now Nathan and talks space specifically the race to Mars SpaceX founder Elon Musk says the FAA may grant environmental approval at the company's South Texas launch site as soon as next month That could pave the way for a starship launch this year and Bloomberg's head ludlow is on the ground in the lone star state with the very latest This was classic Elon the big picture that life on earth won't be here forever and the time to act is now He reimagined a life on Mars where starship carries communities cargoes of people to another planet to establish a base He's confident that the FAA will give an environmental approval for starship to be able to launch potentially as soon as march and he said that in terms of the technology the starship system could be ready to launch in a couple of months Ed ludlow Boca chica Texas for Bloomberg news Okay Ed thank you Right now S&P futures are down 24 points now futures down a 152 NASDAQ futures leading the declines this morning they're down a 109 points The ten year treasury is up 7 30 seconds the yield 2% yield on the two year right now 1.59% Straight ahead your latest local headlines in the check of sports This is Bloomberg It's not 5 O 7 on Wall Street We're at 42° in Central Park We got an accident on the southbound deegan past fordham road to tales coming up in traffic first Michael Barr is here with more on what's going on in New York and around the world on this Friday.
"lone star state" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Health agency gave approval to the shots that are designed for children between the ages of 5 and 11 The shots still need the backing of the CDC before kids can roll up their sleeves The sheriff who brought charges against former New York governor Andrew Cuomo believes his investigation is solid Craig Apple the sheriff of Albany county says Cuomo will appear in court next month to be formally charged He said Cuomo's attorneys are wrong to classify this case as political We do our investigations We're very professional agency and I took an oath and we took a complaint and we followed through with it and we did like every other police department and sheriff's office should have done The Supreme Court will take a closer look at the controversial new abortion law in Texas on Monday just this is fast tracked oral arguments in the case but a ruling may not come for months The new lone star state law is being challenged in two separate cases I'm Brian schuck And I'm Charlie pellet Bloomberg world headquarters We closed the books on October It is on to November the U.S. stock market is at a record Stocks rose as traders weighed disappointing earnings and bond market gyrations amid concerns over inflation and monetary tightening Scott Clemens is chief investment officer at Brown brothers harriman So right now the bond market is being pushed and pulled between what do I believe A 2% GDP growth figure for the third quarter that we got yesterday or do I believe that inflation is the new normal And I think we're going to see more of this volatility on a daily basis as bond market participants sort those issues out Scott Clemens of Brown brothers harriman Wall Street meanwhile is looking ahead to next week's jobs report Michelle Myers head of U.S. economics at Bank of America's securities I think one of the key components within the report will be the labor force participation rate Whether or not we're seeing a move back of supply into labor market because that's absolutely critical in order to stem some of the inflationary pressure and also keep this business cycle going Michelle Mayer of Bank of America has for the global economic backdrop Bloomberg television and radio spoke with French finance minister Bruno lemaire.
The Hunter Biden E-Mail Coverup Is the Clearest Evidence Yet of Media Corruption
"Im in houston texas about three hours away near the campus of a very very left wing. University of texas in austin is our friend. Katie mcfarland former deputy national security adviser. She's in the lone star state to talking forget. Her book is revolution trump washington. We the people all right. Kt there's a lot to cover today. You ready ready to buckle up. I'm reading all right story out. Hunter biden emails. They looked to be authentic Legit i guess for two million dollars you could have hunter biden moolah as people trying to unfreeze freeze libyan assets. This is very dangerous. The white house is for sale. We know that. Kim your take on that and then what other black males floating around around there. Yeah i'm not surprised at this story. I think a lotta people for a long time. If now that the biden inc was a pay to play scheme whether it was with ukraine weather was with russians whether it was you know chinese anybody. That was the way you got access to. Joe biden vice-president and probably way to get access to him as president is to pay the family to get married. Get something what has always upset me about. This is why the media crush the story so the new york post had. The story had a laptop have the emails and in trying to report it the rest of the media crush them in fact the social media twitter banned the new york post the oldest newspaper in the united states banned them for their having a story that was critical of joe biden during the presidential campaign so to me. It's a bigger problem than just corruption. The white house. It's it's corruption the media you know the watchdog. We're not watching. In fact they were actively working on the other
"lone star state" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Everybody check out x ray vision on this week. Show as recliner back. We talk about the california recall and the state of california politics in this Progressive state with No problems at all It's perfectly run place with no problems. Ash autry of the texas tourism board is here to convince me to visit the lone star state and louis retell was back because the emmys are here. And it's time to Do some trivia with our residents savant but first he is an actor writer and comedian. You know him from the daily show and you can catch him on evil on paramount. plus it's paramount but much better. yeah it's more than paramount. please welcome monte. thanks for being here. Thank you for having people love. You like the cheeseburger deluxe. Yes exactly it is. It's it has lettuce tomato and maybe even you can. Depending on the restaurant there could be bacon. Yeah depending on the nomenclature of the chain. You're at can't count on it but it could be part of it. I love the you already. Use the word nomenclature Like with with thirty seconds in less than thirty seconds in. Here's the thing. Yes slamming me with. No mcclay chairs anything. I didn't have a lot of friends growing up. And so i am perpetually trying to i have look i have more than i did then not as many as i want. The point is i. Don't say these things because it's comes to be. Naturally i say to impress you and the listener to cover up for insecurities deep deep insecurities and to intimidate us. Yeah intimidate yeah. Because now intimidated like we're gonna be using twelve letter words in this conversation. Yeah just like a regular thing like that's what you do. You thought this was just a conversation is not right extremely onerous all right. This is npr. Is that what this is. They won't put this. Npr you here's the thing the the bigwigs. Npr right they got what he count wakes. Waldo would bigwigs at npr. Together they got. Here's here's zing. We are david to the wait. Wait don't tell me With all right. That's the big. All i've got is a. I got a little rock and i got a little less. What is it called slingshot. You're the one that ends up live. Yep i'm i'm just a sex scene. Nude new slingshot shot. I'm a sexy nude slingshot holder. Staring up at a monster. Hosted by..
Under New Restrictive Abortion Law, Women Face Crisis Scenario in Texas
"Been less than a week. Since the country's most restrictive abortion law went into effect in texas and it's already having a devastating impact on women across the state. Abc's congressional correspondent. Rachel scott went to the lone star. State for report is this. I love my daughter more than anything in this world. We aziz loves being playing daughter. Mine my daughter is the best thing that ever happened to me. But she wasn't always ready for the smiles motherhood. I'm a very impatient person. But with my i'm not but these i keep thinking to. I chose to have this child. She's here because of me and she is my life. Mom is chasing the toddler and managing tantrums challenge. No matter how me realizes. She's far more qualified at twenty seven. She would have been as a college student. I had my first abortion at twenty. I wasn't trying to get pregnant. And i was using contraceptives. I definitely knew. I wasn't ready to be apparent. I wasn't emotionally ready. I wasn't financially ready at all. It was a that student living sharing a one bedroom with my best friend. A cat says that experience which was full of twists and turns solidified for her. That women needs to be in charge of their own healthcare. Now she feels that right is under attack from a new law. Abortion was already very hard to access in texas while now it's become so much harder. Texas is now home to one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the nation law. Sending shock waves across the country. Roe versus wade has not been formally overruled in any way but as a practical matter in the state of texas as of today it is not possible for most women to obtain an abortion beyond the six th week of pregnancy
Texas, Republican House And Dade Phelan discussed on AP News Radio
"Hi my cross year reporting some Texas Democrats return ending a thirty eight day hold out over voting restrictions legislation the walkout by Texas state Democrats attempting to thwart Republican sponsored voting restrictions collapsed after thirty eight days Thursday some of the more than fifty Democrats who fled to Washington DC returns to Austin setting off a new fight among Democrats themselves although it was unclear how many Democrats broke ranks Republican house speaker Dade Phelan said enough had returned to achieve a quorum which in the house requires one hundred present legislators the Texas house is now expected to quickly move forward to pass new limits and rules affecting the more than sixteen million registered voters in the Lone Star state hi
"lone star state" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Making sure everyone knows where you're coming from and it's not because it's uber. Just because you're reflecting the views of again the congressional black hawk members congressional progressive caucus members are women's caucus. And you put all that together. You synthesize it. You come up with a agreement with every constituency that year representing and then you put that forward and you have seat at that. Table is surly chisholm. Said and you don't go along to get along or play by all of the rules because they next naturally all the rules weren't made for people of color for african americans you try to oftentimes change some of the rules so that perhaps Those voices can be heard and and the road. Barnes walks aren't there. That's my job now. Some of that that ideological struggle also plays out as a generational struggle. I think about some of the members of the squad young younger members representatives. Who had to really sort of beat entrenched incumbents within the party in a in a hard-fought primaries in order to to secure their seats. Does the democratic party often made a big issue of the republican party. Does the democratic party have a bench problem. A a mentoring problem or is the democratic party. Developing a new cadre of leaders. I think we've seen over the years that new cadre of leaders and every election now you see especially women of color We've had the first two native american women. Democratic women elected in the last five years. And i think that there. There's a bench i know in my district and throughout members of the cbs's district there many many young people who are prepared because we prepare them. We have internship programs. They work with us on campaigns. The they attend our boot camps. They do phenomenal work. I have my martin. Luther king freedom center young people who traveled with me for twelve. Years with congressman. John lewis on the faith and politics institute and so we mentor. Young people day and night. I think you see New new members younger members. More progressive members being elected to congress. And that's what securing the futures all alabama if you wanna know more about barbara lee. The new documentary about representativity premieres. This friday on amazon prime from presentative barbara lee of california. Thank you for joining me today. Nice bandwith On tuesday texas governor. Greg abbott tested positive for cova. Nineteen the perennially massless chief executive the lone star state is fully vaccinated a symptomatic and expect it to be just fine in short order which is great news because we have lost for too many people to this pandemic in fact my husband is in texas bright now for a family funeral because the corona virus has claimed yet another one of our loved ones. And that the governor's positive status is unlikely to lead to a negative..
Texas Abortion Ban Targets Anyone Who Helps Patients Get the Procedure
"Now in Texas and much harsher abortion law is now on the books. This is the so called Heartbeat bill. It bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat can be detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. CBS is Kate Smith explains what the law means for abortion clinics in the Lone Star State Poppy Northcutt has greeted women in the crowded parking lot of this Houston Texas clinic for nearly a decade. Good together. What's the need for Esports at a clinic? Because we usually have protesters here On the day we visited, nearly 90% of the patients seeking abortion would have been turned away. Under the new law. Clinic administrators told us they call it a heartbeat built It's basically a bill that's going to just cut off access. To legalized abortion. Hi. I'm a volunteer with the clinic in anyone, including Poppy who helps a woman after cardiac activity is detected at around six weeks. Good morning, it could be sued and find a minimum of $10,000 for every patient in New Hampshire
"lone star state" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Right? Thought you would have thought you would I play the music just for you. You mean Michael is a He is music addict in any Nike and find amount slumming at the club somewhere in Austin, Texas. You used to cut up until used to could endemic But now I'm back. I'm going back out. Back out on the club scene. Yeah. All right. Public citizen is what real quickly. We are a consumer advocacy organization based out of Washington, DC We've been around for about 40 years. It was launched by Ralph Nader. Way Back in the day, we sense branched out from consumer advocacy to a whole host of issues and D. C that we advocate on health care. Um, uh, We're not doing a lot of stuff with big Tech now and in Texas. We have an office and our focus here in Texas is on energy and the environment primarily, you know, trying to get the petrochemical companies down here to clean up their act and, you know, advocating for clean sources of energy is our primary focus here in the Lone Star state. All right? Um, the legislative session in Texas ended yesterday, the day before. Monday Monday, especially those Sinus finally die. Yeah. Six months long their legislative session It was a long, weird six months in Texas with coated and the Legislature and they're sometimes wacky agenda. You know, I covered in New Mexico Legislature for a couple sessions 20 years ago. I thought that was in our entertaining and this strange that I think Texas has had yelled, Beat. You're a model of efficiency and deport him down there or over there, I should say. All right, so, Yeah, you guys He ended it on a weird now, with the Democrats leaving on hitting the road running away, so there'd be no quorum on it was hilarious to watch. You know, the Republicans saying there goes in the womb, the gavel gavel. We're adjourned. No corn on the last time last time I remember they did this. They actually came to New Mexico. And I think they came on Willie Nelson's bus. Or at least I was that Willie Nelson concert at his letter, and he introduced all the All the Democrats from Texas and they were there. Yeah, and they all had big smiles. When the state troopers like dispatch, try to go get them, right? Yeah, I missed that drama in Mexico that must have been in the mid 90. Um yeah, Or was it later anyway? Uh, we have sort of something, I guess kind of similar. They didn't leave this state, but we definitely some high drama late Sunday. Um, you know, just moments before the deadline capacity bills. Uh, expired on Democrats like having nothing left legislating the legislative arsenal toe Do they walked out on this was over the voter suppression election, right? Bills that the Republicans have been pushing off session. It came all the way down to the wire. They walked out tonight. The house of Coram and they were the Republicans were not able to pass that bill and get it to the governor. So Probably looking at a special session on this issue later this summer, maybe early fall. But the fight, I think has really just begun. You know, during this session, you know, we and others were constantly calling attention to what we thought were Really bad voter suppression measures in this bill, and you know, I think the fight will only intensify the months ahead before we get back to back to business, but Republican bills Do you still have, you know, majority and both House and Senate So it's gonna be it's gonna be hard. Our guest, Michael Kamen from Public Citizen. He's down in Austin, Texas. So what is the Republican argument here? Is it election security? What of the argon? We don't like people who aren't white. I mean, what's their argument? They didn't quite make that argument and plenty of plain language. You know, they Definitely Present. This is a matter of election security. You know they constantly claiming that there's all these cases of fraud in Texas Senator Brian's used was on CNN yesterday, the day before he was the author of the Senate. FT seven The Senate bill, saying that we had hundreds of open cases of voter fraud in this state and Briana Keeler, the host, rightfully pointed out that that was Flatly untrue. We had maybe 40 open cases of voter fraud in this state out of you know, millions of ballots cast so that they do frame it is an election security issue and that there are all these You know, strange people casting multiple ballots and you know, when you look at the number of votes cast in the state, the number of fraudulent ballots actually come in is so minuscule. It wouldn't have a nim packed on all but the Tiniest local elections. So we think it was a veil to, uh, you know, impose measures that would restrict voting by minorities, Black people, brown people and others in this state whose populations are growing and you know, many of them tend to, uh Democratic s O. You know, a couple of things that these girls would have done would have banned drive through voting and 24 hour voting, both of which proved to be very effective in the 2020 election. Especially in Mike Harris County on it enables people 25 voting, for example, enables people who worked in shifts 73 or whatever you can't get to the polls actually vote If you're not gonna test, you know, early ballots, you know, imposed new restrictions on absentee ballots voted, Uh, it gave A lot of new authority to partisan poll watchers to have people inside the polling station monitoring but you know Many of us were concerned that that would lead you know, actually be intimidating voters. And you know, we haven't had that before, and we're doing it now and then it would You know what one of the things back to the issue of you know this legislation racist you know they wanted to pass make the law says that you could only vote from 1 to 9 PM on Sundays..
"lone star state" Discussed on AP News
"AP News I'm Ed Donahue, the Senate's top Republican, dealt a blow to Democrats who want to create an independent commission looking into the capital Riot. The AP Sakuma Ghani has the story Democrats say a bipartisan 9 11 style commissions needed to prevent another insurrection Yesterday, Mitch McConnell said he was open to the bill, which the House is expected to pass today. But this morning, I made the decision to oppose the House Democrats slatted and unbalanced proposal. House counterpart Kevin McCarthy's also against it made last night, former President Trump urged Republicans to avoid falling into a Democrat trap. Once again, they're caving to Donald Trump. Senate Democratic chief Chuck Schumer says he will still hold a vote on the proposal. Saga room agony Washington, New York man has been charged with taking part in the riot on the capital after a tipster reported overhearing him boasting about it during a dental appointment. Annual warmest was released from custody A day after appearing in court in Buffalo. President Biden is calling on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to de escalate the violence with Palestinians by the end of the day. Netanyahu says he's determined to continue this operation until its aim is met. There has been 10 days of fighting between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Speaking of the Coast Guard Academy graduation in Connecticut, President Biden says the pandemic upended lives, but the coast is fashion. You all have you met the threat head on, you adapted showed your resilience and you're leading the president did not talk about the Middle East. Heavy rain kept pounding parts of Texas and Arkansas before moving to Louisiana, prompting rescues of people trapped by high water and adding to the misery for people whose homes and cars were flooded by earlier rain. Central Illinois Police chief says an officer has died after being shot by a suspect in a domestic disturbance who was also killed in an exchange of gunfire. This is AP News Texas had become the largest state to ban abortions for women who may not even know they're pregnant. The measure, which was signed today by GOP governor Greg Abbott, puts the Lone Star state in line with more than a dozen others that have so called heartbeat bills. The law bans abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat. Usually after six weeks, federal courts have mostly blocked the measures from taking effect. But with the Supreme Court this week, agreeing to take up a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of prep Didn't say abortion rights activist worry that a ruling favorable to the state could lay the groundwork for allowing even more abortion restrictions. I'm surely after her if they want China to 70 story skyscraper was evacuated after began swaying it wasn't caused by an earthquake or seismic activity. The building, steel infrastructure windows and other architectural features appear undamaged. An investigation is underway. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news Minute speaking at the Coast Guard Academy graduation in Connecticut, President Biden says the pandemic has upended lives, but the coast is fashion you'll have you met the threat head on, you adapted showed your resilience and you're leading the president has stepped up pressure on Israel to in 10 days of fighting with the Palestinians. The House is expected to vote on creation of a commission to look into the January capital, Riot minority leader Mitch McConnell says If it reaches the Senate, he will vote. No house Democrats have handled this proposal and partisan Beth Bad faith. Going right back to the beginning. Majority leader Chuck Schumer says. What Republicans they're doing is beyond crazy. To be so far under the thumb of Donald J. Trump, the former president released a statement urging Republicans against approving what he called a Democrat trap. Made Donahue, Texas has become the largest state with a law that bans abortions before many women even know they're pregnant. The measure, which was signed today by GOP governor Greg Abbott, puts the Lone Star state in line with more than a dozen others that have so called heartbeat bills. The law bans abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat, usually after six weeks. Federal courts have mostly blocked the measures from taking effect. But with the Supreme Court this week, agreeing to take up a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, abortion rights activists worry that a ruling favorable to the state could lay the groundwork for allowing even more abortion restrictions. Surely Adler Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you.
Texas Governor Signs Law Banning Abortions Early as 6 Weeks
"Texas has become the largest state with a law that bans abortions before many women even know they're pregnant the measure which was signed today by GOP governor Greg Abbott puts the Lone Star state in line with more than a dozen others that have so called heartbeat bills the law bans abortions after the detection of a fetal heartbeat usually after six weeks federal courts have mostly blocked the measures from taking effect but with the Supreme Court this week agreeing to take up a Mississippi law that bans abortions after fifteen weeks of pregnancy abortion rights activists worry that a ruling favorable to the state could lay the groundwork for allowing even more abortion restrictions I surely after
"lone star state" Discussed on KTRH
"The border. They're happening in your communities. They are indeed. And if you don't like the job that borders are Kamila Harris is doing or not doing 51% telling Rasmussen. They've got a negative view of her. 41% say she's not qualified to become president. Now, 35 days without a border news conference. It's 606 Biden making another speech. Finally, to what's called a joint session of Congress. 200 people are being allowed in less than half who normally would be attending and that wide open space. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says Covad Madness Going to make this one look like none you've ever seen before. They're only gonna have 200 people in the entire room. This is a room, which can easily hold virtually 1000 or more people, But they have decided for covert reasons. And this is a president who's pathological concern of a covert is almost bizarre. Mm hmm. I don't want people getting too close to the president. Maybe it's not really him. Hmm. There's a conspiracy coverage tonight is 7 30 on ktrh, Katie ridge dot com and the I. Heart radio app And we will have the Republican response is well from Senator Tim Scott are news time now 607. Well, it took weeks of questions, the CDC Guess what They're now loosening up their mask requirements of for certain people and in certain places fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks outdoors except in certain crowded settings and venues. But you're still urged to take precautions and indoor public settings, like wearing a well fitted mask and to avoid if possible, indoor large size in person gatherings. Virtually every member of Congress has been vaccinated. So what's the deal? Fox is Kevin Corke reporting Mass no longer Maybe they're gonna lift that requirement inside the Texas House of Representatives, the administration committee they're voting in favor of a resolution to end the mass requirement. Now goes to the full house for consideration. Call your legislators. It's now six await Latin America's upper middle class is guess what? They're flocking to Texas to get there. Free covert vaccines. From politicians to TV personalities and business executives. Latin American tourists are coming in increasing numbers to the Lone Star State due to a lack of doses back home. We're chartering planes, probably a lot of money being handed over to the folks that shouldn't be doing what they're doing, or they're coming in and saying they are looking for medical treatment and, oh, by the way they get a vaccination. Josef Woodman with patients beyond Borders, says There are no hard numbers because most aren't reported in cities like Houston and San Antonio. Foreign travelers safe you show health officials your passport. Accident you, Woodman says the trend is likely to continue as Mexico has only fully vaccinated 2.6% of its population. Why Goldsby NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh coming up on 609 Stroh's even our 15 of their last six games. They beat the Mariners last night to do nothing. Serious continuing tonight. Pre game starts at six on Sports Talk 7 90. I'm sure.
New GOP-led voting restrictions move forward in Texas
"Now Texas Republicans in the Lone Star State, setting out to begin passing sweeping new voting register restrictions. President Biden has been vocal in his condemnation of the Georgia law and on opening day of the baseball season. He's backing players who want the All Star game. Moved out of Atlanta because of Georgia's law restricting voting's. That's not right. This is Jim Crow on steroids what they're doing and in Georgia, Mr Biden on ESPN. The president holds
Gov. Abbott in Houston to discuss election integrity legislation
"Governor Greg Abbott in Houston today to promote legislative efforts on the election, integrity in the Lone Star State. What we look for and what we've seen in the past eyes that election fraud takes place. I have no doubt that it took place here. In the state of Texas. Abbott has named election integrity as an emergency item for the current legislative session, including keeping election officials from abusing mail ballots and drive through voting. The governor also called out Harris County in particular for abusing state laws that allow limited drive through and mail and voting. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo responded to short time later. Saying Abbott and Republicans want to suppress the vote. These kinds of attempts to confuse to intimidate to suppress are a continuation of policies we've seen in this state since reconstruction. Local Republicans to take exception to
Texas will receive more than 1 million first doses of COVID-19 vaccine
"Taxes is expecting a shipment of one million covered 19 vaccines this week about a quarter million of these covert shots arriving in the Lone Star State this week will be the just approved Johnson and Johnson vaccine. This makers vaccine is a single shot. Does those vaccines arriving this week will be reserved for those who have not yet received any protection against the covert virus. Texas says it's ordering nearly a half million doses to arrive the following week as a second shot for those people vaccinated with another makers vaccine just a few weeks ago.
Houston-area leaders react to governor’s lifting of capacity limits, mask mandate
"Texas governor Greg Abbott says progress in the Lone Star state they'd made against covert 19 is allowing him to scrap the statewide mask mandate and allow businesses to fully re open March the 10th. It is now time Open, Texas 100%. Leaders, some at least in Texas or not happy. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo wants the governor there to keep the mask mandate in place. Abba defended his decision, saying more and more people every day are getting
"lone star state" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"0.2 million doses per week. Dates are also receiving 2.8 million of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine this week, so they're receiving a total of 18 million doses. Press Secretary Jen Psaki cheer the partnership between Mark and Johnson and Johnson to distribute Jane Jay's new vaccine, She said it will help eliminate a bottleneck of Johnson and Johnson. President Biden will have more on that later this afternoon. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says governor Andrew Cuomo cannot continue to hold office. If the latest allegations against him are true. DiBlasio was asked whether Cuomo should resign. These are very serious allegations against the governor, both in terms of the nursing home scandal and in terms of sexual harassment. Last night, a third woman accused Cuomo potential sexual misconduct. Former President Barack Obama is remembering civil rights leader Vernon Jordan, who passed away yesterday at the age of 85 Obama tweets that he and former first lady Michelle Oh, Obama benefited from Jordan's wise counsel and warm friendship. Jordan's family says he passed away peacefully last evening. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. The devastating storm that crows, Texas last month could lead to a bump in Corona virus cases there with people forced to huddle together without power to try and stay warm, Some experts warn. Conditions were ripe for the virus to spread in cities across the Lone Star state. Hundreds of people took refuge inside shelters. Cases in Texas are already on the rise again. But it's too early to tell exactly what the impact of the storm will be on covert 19. New York attorney general A Titian James is putting out an investor alert regarding crypto currencies. The attorney general tell exactly what the impact of the storm will be on covert 19. New York attorney general A Titian James is putting out an investor alert regarding crypto currencies. The attorney general has taken some enforcement action in the sector recently. But this likely represents your strongest language, warning investors to be careful with their money and watch out for scammers, fraudsters and speculative bubbles. This after the most valuable and well known Cryptocurrency Bitcoin Quadrupled in value last year and reached new record highs this year. Some industry analysts argue that James is overstating the risk. They point to Goldman Sachs recent decision to reopen their crypto trading desk. James Flippen, NBC News Radio New York and Alzheimer's drug made from seaweed and discovered in China is being tested in New Jersey. The drug, called the little Minute comes from brown algae and also seems to reduce inflammation in the brain. The cognitive and research center of New Jersey in Springfield is taking part in a phase three trial here in the United States. The center is looking for adults between the ages.
Biden tours Houston after devastating winter storm in Texas
"Joe Biden is vowing to be a partner with Texans as many make repairs Following to winter storms. Environmental Protection Agency has deployed mobile drinking water labs and Houston San Antonio of Fort Worth to test water so we can get so you get boil water advisories lifted and get safe drinking water flowing through those faucets again while visiting Houston today, the president added. FEMA is also providing blankets to help Texans stay warm. He thanked the military for providing aid in time of need. His last stop of the day was in our Ji Park amass covert vaccination site. Biden says the lone Star state is benefiting from the major expansion of vaccination efforts, millions of dollars and hundreds of vaccinators working in community vaccination centers and three mass vaccination centers and Arlington, Dallas and right here in Houston. The president also noted pop up clinics would be going up in major cities to make sure those who don't have transportation can't get a shot. Biden says Cases and hospitalizations were going down, but expressed concern about new Covad variants across the world.
President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden to travel to Houston on Friday
"Partisan. The president and first lady are gonna head to Texas On Friday. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the binds will land in Houston. We'll have some meetings with local and state officials in Texas. The president will also visit a covert health center where vaccines are being distributed. The Lone Star state is starting out after being devastated by that historic winter storm, an Arctic blast The cold snap brought much of Texas to a standstill is million's had no heat, electricity or
Biden to travel to Texas on Friday in wake of devastating winter storm
"Jen Psaki, says President Biden and first lady Jill Biden. We'll look at the problems in Texas with the historic Winter Storm On Friday, the president and the first lady will travel to Houston. President will meet with local leaders to discuss the winter storm relief efforts Progress toward recovery The Lone Star state going out after being devastated by historic winter storm an Arctic blast. The cold snap brought much of Texas to a standstill is million's had no heat, electricity or safe water. Now. WGN
Biden declares major disaster in Texas
"Has signed a disaster declaration for the State of Texas on his Chris Barnes has those details President Joe Biden signing a major disaster declaration for the state of Texas yesterday as the state recovers from a crippling winter storm. That left millions without power for days and currently has also disrupted public water systems. The federal funding is available for nearly 80 of the hard hit counties and FEMA's coordinating the recovery operations in the Lone Star State.
Houston mayor blames historic Winter weather on global warming
"Packer President Biden officially signed a federal disaster declaration for Texas Today. A week long record low temperatures that overwhelm the state run power grid created a wave of other problems in the Lone Star State. Visiting a water distribution center today, Mayor Sylvester Turner blame the historic winter weather on global warming. I know the sun is shining. But with climate change climate change, these type of weather anomalies can take place
Tens of thousands of buildings have burst pipes in Houston area
"Kind. Water issues are plaguing Texas as a result of power outages from freezing temperatures. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality told CNN. Nearly 15 million people have been affected by water system disruptions, The systems and nearly 160 Lone Star. State counties have also been impacted. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner noted the city's fire department received thousands of reports of broken pipes. On Thursday, Austin's water director said their water supply deteriorated. Over 300 million gallons because of
Winter Storm Leaves Many In Texas Without Power And Water
"Texas is paying the price. But the rest of us. We are learning something about the oil market in this economy from american public media this is marketplace in los angeles. I'm kai ryssdal. It is wednesday today the seventeenth day of february. Good as always to have you along everybody. We talked yesterday. For a bit about the vagaries of the texas energy market which along with the cold and the snow and the ice has left millions of people. Three at least more than that probably. That's millions of course without power and the thing is that even after the weather starts improving eventually the effects of this now three day long crisis are likely to linger and to be felt far beyond the lone star state. That's partly because of how the oil market works or in. Some cases doesn't marketplace adjusted. Ho gets going when the oil supply chain for as it should oil gets pumped out of the ground truck door pipe to a refinery and transformed into products including gasoline diesel and jet fuel. All of these your experience some type of disruption because of the weather. That's matt smith. Director of commodity. Research clipper data which tracks the oil supply chain. He says right now. Oil just isn't getting pumped out of the ground refineries or shutdown and companies aren't exporting barrels. Out of the gulf coast. We're seeing a number that he's different pull such is houston coppola's christie being closed the gulf coast handles roughly half of the country's oil refining capacity. That means the effects of the extreme cold will ripple even further down the supply chain throughout the us says michael weber and energy professor at the university of texas in jet fuel. Atlanta depends on a refinery in east texas which depends on oil production in west texas when it comes to gasoline refineries have a certain amount stored up that trucks can deliver to retail gas stations. For now that's because earlier this month. Gasoline supplies relatively normal levels but energy. Professor tom sang at the university of tulsa says if they're not replenished the question becomes okay along with these refineries to be shut down and how much how many days it supplied is. This actually represents in the meantime prices of oil and gas futures have started rising. Sang says that means all of us could soon start paying more to. I would expect that. Certainly electric bills and natural gas bills are gonna see. Spikes sang says that might be further down the line for the rest of the country. But it's already affecting the millions of texans needing heating oil
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"Of power generating sources. We need to make sure that we're smart enough to make those co existing law alongside one another. But while still keeping a focus on improving our environment, this is a timely reminder for a wake up call, really in saying that We absolutely need fossil fuel in the mix. It's about how we get in greener. Let's bring into the conversation. Jimmy Shannon's A. No. And Doug Hi. I mean, Doug coming up. We're going to talk. Tomo, the former energy secretary in the Trump administration, Denver let you know what What should Republicans we discussing now in an era of an energy crisis because of this powerful cold spell in Texas? Looks like we lost Doug some Doug. You there? Terry, Go ahead. We got you loud and clear. No worries. It's an opportunity for them to actually talk about ideas and solutions, which for four years they weren't able to do so. I mean, this is this is part of why Mitch McConnell wants to turn the page on Donald Trump and put him in the rear view mirror. But four years, the term infrastructure week was a joke. And you're my guess is that if you ask the president, the former president about infrastructure, he talked to you about bridges and tunnels and rose. He wouldn't talk to you about our energy grid, which needs to be modernized because You're failing right now in Texas for a lot of reasons, maintenance being one of them. Republicans should be able to talk about solutions for this, and they haven't been able to before years. Jeannie, you know, in terms of the infrastructure, it's a great point, Doug in terms of the infrastructure spending I mean, do you think Democrats are no doubt going to say that this is evidence that we need T O improve the nation's infrastructure. But a centrist Democrats, including four down in Texas a couple of weeks ago, wrote to the Biden administration and said President Biden please for sin. Some of those executive orders that she did on energy because we're getting pummeled. Down here in the Lone Star State. Republicans are going to make the case that hey, now is not the time for this for these green new deal set of policies. It is something that I think we're I'm curious to see how the president and the administration respond. I mean, I agree they want to act on infrastructure, and they want infrastructure to Doug's point to be more than just bridges and tunnels. They want to also, however, do a number of other things, all of which they're enormous cost. And someone of my big questions is. How are you going to afford? A big infrastructure bill, and we do need a big infrastructure bill in addition to at 1.9, trillion covert relief bill, and so that's one big question. Another big question is, we don't even have an energy secretary in place. Yet as the last I've seen Jennifer Granholm's nomination. Has still not made it to the floor and no Florido, as least as I know, yet is scheduled now, obviously they're out. So this pushes this all back at the top at a time when you see a state like Texas colder than Alaska. With rotating power outages by its power grid operator because they have no other way to reduce the demand on electricity. And so that raises a whole host of questions as to how the United States can move forward. If something as basic as our power grid can be brought down by cold snap. Five million people. I mean, you hear some of the stories that have been in the news reports that have been coming up. I mean, just t double town on this the Texas governor's Office. I'm reading from the terminal. The Texas governor's Office has asked that the Freeport LNG export terminal curtail operations in accordance with the state's disaster declaration amid Polar blast, this company said in a regulatory file. Follow filing to minimize gas and power consumption. Freeport will reduce gas feed and shut down liquefaction units two and three, which will result in unplanned flaring. The company said. So the energy situation in Texas and all throughout the country for that matter.
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"From NewsRadio 700 wlw. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center advanced industry would like to say thanks. It's an honor to serve our community during this time and always visit no fear. Dennis Don Kam, It's a cloudy forecast here in the tri state this morning wind shields are down into the single digits and with a high of 20 today at the warmest it's feeling like 10. We will also see some flurries out there today. Tonight is colder down to six with the windshield just below zero. And throughout the day Wednesday mostly cloudy and high of 24 from here severe weather station on nine first morning meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark news radio 700 wlw picking up some light snow on radar from Hamilton South and the Fairfield then he said to sharing Bill Blue Ash Milford. Lanchester. Often the potato via in Williamsburg is well is 12 degrees right now Flies from C. V. J. D. Dallas and Houston once again canceled today, parts of Texas experiencing the same kind of weather we're seeing, and that's quite unusual in that part of the country. Plenty of people around the Lone Star State know how Archer Net Ruffin of Dallas feels. I've never seen this much snow in my life that the fear school that brought the snow has also brought massive power outages. Many induced by electric providers to protect the grid from breaking down. Accustomed to dealing with hurricanes and tornadoes. Governor Greg Abbott puts it bluntly. The winter version of Hurricane Heart, Jim Brilliant. ABC NEWS Dallas David mostly cheers back in action tonight, there in New York Figured ST John's air time. Here's eight o'clock. Cincinnati teenage tennis sensation Katie McNally out. At the Australian Open. She and doubles partner Coco Golf lost overnight missing a chance to get to the semi finals of the major Serena Williams is back in the semi's this.
Millions of Texans left shivering in arctic cold without power
"Outage dot US says Over four million people in the Lone Star State are in the dark as temperatures hover in the teens and single digits. Both Dallas and Houston have a hard freeze warning in effect until tomorrow afternoon. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is standing by the chambers decision
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"Is 10 01 our top story the warnings Continue across the land and all gather for Super Bowl watch parties with members outside the household. If Dr Anthony Fauci, the U. S government's most senior expert on infectious disease, says you shouldn't host a Super Bowl party, there are plenty of people who will listen. Both Fauci and the CDC recommend against gathering with people not in your immediate home. The CDC even published guidelines about having Super Bowl Sunday. Fun like doing virtual meet ups with your room decorated with team logos or start a chat, thread and text about each play in real time. Reminder. One doesn't need a large group of people to eat nachos. Heaven Brown Fox News, Yes, but it helps. Ultimately, though, gets down to the game. The Chiefs just arrived in Tampa yesterday afternoon ahead of today's Super Bowl showdown with the Buccaneers will make history as the first team to play in the big game in their home. Then you have Raymond James Stadium, roughly 25,000 socially distance fans will be on hand for Super Bowl 55, including 7500 vaccinated healthcare workers, frontline workers said to be honored throughout the big game for their efforts during the Corona virus pandemic. Kansas City trying to become the first team in 16 years to win back to back Super Bowls. All Tampa Bay looks to come away with the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time in 18 years. Kickoff in Super Bowl 55 coming up at 6:30 P.m. eastern time. Matt Napolitano Fox News, a milestone in the Lone Star State. The number of Texans hospitalized with Cove in 19 is below 10,000. It's the first time we crossed that threshold since December, 19th. We started the year with more than 14,000 hospitalizations. There were another 348 fatalities yesterday. One week from today, you know is going to be Valentine's Day. This is a cute idea. The city of Bedford, Texas, is partnering with Buckner retirement services to encourage people to send a valentine To seniors across the state. They're having people drop off Valentine cards at the local school, and then they will get them to seniors by next weekend. Katie our age news time is 10 03, former White House chief of staff. Mark Meadows on Pops news channels is the Biden administration is not on your side. We see Biden administration that's very active, but not on behalf of the American people. It's on behalf of special interests. We've seen it with all these executive orders, and not only are they prepare Paired with executive orders that were probably written by special interest lobbyists, but they're going against the very heart of America is going against energy. It's going against our immigration policy. You're gonna have Attorney General Kim packs and talking about how not only it affects Texas but all of America. And yet we also see the Biden administration coupling up with Iran, getting applause from the foreign minister of Iran. For actions that they're taking their I can tell you. It is not about America. First. It's about America Last assigned more than 40 executive orders In his first weeks in office in Utah, four people are dead from an avalanche for others were able to dig their way out and survived. Leon Spinks died. One time boxing heavyweight champion of the world was suffering from cancer..
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"Top story. President Biden's climate envoy, John Kerry says laid off energy workers have better options now, like working for solar panel companies had comment. Not sitting well back here in the Lone Star State, Texas Senator John Cornyn on Fox News this morning. This idea that the people who are put out of work by let's say canceling the Keystone Pipeline. Can go to work making solar panels is really unsalted, now Democratic Houston congresswoman is among those standing upto President Biden over one of his executive orders. Keep Texas oil and gas jobs shut down. It's the order that directs the secretary of the interior to halt new oil and gas leases on federal public lands and waters. Congress woman Lizzie Fletcher of Houston joined been sent to Gonzales. A Macallan Henrik Way are of Laredo and Marc Veasey of Fort Worth in sending Biden a letter demanding that he rescind the order. They say the band would destroy jobs, increase dependency on foreign oil, reduce federal revenue and harm the economies of both The nation and Texas Nikki Courtney News Radio 7 40 ktrh or drama surrounding the Texans. It's hard to keep up with the Texans reportedly have their next head coach. That's the good news. They're said to be hiring Baltimore Ravens assistant David Cully. He spent the last three seasons with the Ravens as assistant head coach. Passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach. One downside. Baltimore finished last season last in the NFL in passing, but word comes out this morning from ESPN is Adam Schefter that Texans call Dr John Watson has already formally requested a trade and has yet to meet with general manager Nikas area or any other executive with the team. Easton Place looking for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a child. The victim came forward last year and told police about the assault, which reportedly happened in December of 2019 on Avenue are near Terminal Street in East Houston. Rescuers identified German Castro is the suspect. He's a 25 year old Hispanic man with brown eyes and brown hair about 5 FT. 7 £220 Crimestoppers offering up to $5000 for information information leading to German Castro's arrest. Some parent groups across the country, starting to lose their patients waiting for schools to reopen. One man in Virginia is going viral for venting his frustration at a recent school board meeting the garbage workers who pick up my freaking trash. Risk their lives every day. More than anyone in the school system. CDC. Nell says schools can reopen for important instructions safely with precautions to protect Students and teachers agency has its schools should moved in person classes as soon as possible because kids are falling behind are facing mental health issues. With the isolation. However, many teachers unions around the country are still holding out and refusing to come back to work. Ktrh news time. 11 041 of the world's largest casino companies is going all in with its push to legalize gambling in Texas. Las Vegas Sands Chairman Rob Goldstone says they see the lone Star State is a very profitable place to be retired down. There can't deny the power of Texas size and scale and he says they're currently meeting with state lawmakers to draft a bill on legalized gambling. Bounce back morning in the market so far more from Ktrh Money man. Pat Shin stocks are trading broadly higher following yesterday's selloff. So far, the games are very much across the board. In fact, all 11 stock sectors are up in price, the biggest games coming from utilities as well as health care. Meanwhile, shares of American Airlines are the top percentage gainer on the S and P 500. Stock up after American reported fourth quarter results this morning before the bell and investors loving everything they see. Today, the Dow is up 618 points That's 2% on the day the S and P 572 nearly 2%. NASDAQ is up 1 75. That's one of the third percent. Crude oil is off. 32 cents..
"lone star state" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Who are in the dark this morning due to the storms. Urging residents to be careful driving on the roads into steer clear of downed power lines. Dallas City Council will hold an emergency meeting tonight on what's become a controversy related to creating registration hubs for the cove in 19 vaccine, Mayor Eric Johnson tells w FAA TVs inside Texas POLITICS that council members up for re election should not be the decision makers for the location of the hubs. They want to have things determine based on their relationship with the city manager of the relationship with city government, So they want Have resource is directed to their district without any regard to where they actually should be deployed. Meanwhile, after record setting number of covert 19 deaths over consecutive number of days last week, the taxes Health Department has reported a decrease after three consecutive days of more than 1200 new deaths in the Lone Star State. There were 407 additional deaths reported on Saturday. Data from Johns Hopkins University shows the seven day rolling average of deaths in Texas from 261 per day that 326 again That is the average, according to The Associated Press. The state Health Department reported more than 11,000 new or probable cases on Sunday for a total of 1.96 million cases since the pandemic began. Nicole Deal W B A P News now a check on taxes business sponsored by the Law Office of nickname If here, Spencer McGowan. From network radio. The short squeeze of the decade accelerates this morning game state Grapevine based game stop up this morning 60% After rising 50% on Friday. What gives short sellers? The stock hit three bucks. Now it's 104. Less than a year later, the Dow down 125 points poised to open the day. About 30,800, West Texas intermediate crude 52 14 per barrel. I'm Spencer McCowen President.
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"Texas Republican today over his objection to the electoral college results. Missouri Senator Josh Holy, was also named the complaint. Cruise and Holly of both denounced the early January U. S Capitol storming but has stood by their objections. The Electoral college. Ktrh news time 90 to a doctor in Harris County, accused of stealing Corona virus vaccine doses from a damaged vile and administering it to family and friends. Steve Rapoport has that story. Dr Hassan Go call denies wrongdoing, saying he wanted to make sure covert 19 dosages that would have expired didn't go to waste. Harris County Prosecutors disagree, saying Go call stole a punctured vial from a vaccination site in December and abused his position by letting family and friends cut in line. Authorities say the 48 year old ignored County Health Department rules requiring punctured vials with viable doses to be brought to the main office to be administered to at risk frontline workers. Department fired Go call after an internal investigation. He faces up to a year in jail and a $4000 fine if convicted of misdemeanor theft by a public servant. Steve Rapoport. Fox NEWS, Fort Bend County Health officials are warning about a limited supply of the vaccine. Health and human services director Dr Jacqueline Johnson mentor says the federal government is to blame for the issues and inability to keep up with demand. Shipment is supposed to arrive at some point today or ride earlier state should say and has been given out until all the doses are used. Amazon is offering to take over distribution of covert vaccines and says they can leverage their operations. To inoculate 100 million Americans within 100 days and the letter to President Biden CEO Dave Clark says he hopes to get a vaccinations for the Amazon workforces well, which includes more than 10,000 full time associates in Texas, at seven fulfillment centers across the Lone Star State. Governor Greg Abbott has added bail reform to his package of public safety proposals, said to the Texas Legislature in response to the Defund police movement. He spoke after a round table discussion with the state's top law enforcement leaders in Austin today. Houston in particular, but we see the same thing in other jurisdictions. We have this Bell reform based challenge where we have a revolving door of very dangerous criminals being let back out on the street, which is why we're talking about a bell reform. Also, the governor wants to punish cities and counties who pull money out of law enforcement by cutting off.
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"Then she vanished. Miller says volunteer searchers eventually found Reed's cell phone inside a store on Sunday what they found no traces of Reed. As their search resumed Monday morning, Miller says Reed's father contacted him saying his daughter was okay. Told her father that him, Okay. Tell him to call off the search to father Ask her some questions. Only she would know. She answered the questions. And then she actually sent a picture of itself. Knew her father. We still don't know what led to her disappearance or if she left her son, or what exactly happened. That's Channel two's Vincent Crilly reporting, Mayor Sylvester Turner warning Houston bars and nightclubs to observe capacity guidelines. He says bars that reopened as restaurants under state rules can expect visits from city health officials if they violate capacity limits or social distancing requirements. Houston Fire Marshal's office had to shut down club spire in downtown Houston over the weekend because it was crowded beyond capacity. Rally today in support of Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson said to be in turmoil with team ownership. The ice stand with four demonstration gathered outside lefties, the restaurant partially owned by Watson before marching down Kirby to energy Stadium. Watson tweeted out earlier today he was humbled by the gathering, but urged organizers to call it off due to concerns over the pandemic. Cancel culture wants Texas Senator Ted Cruz removed from office for supporting President Trump's legal challenge to the election over Texas A and M political science professor Kirby Goodell says voters tend to have a short memory, adding Cruz is not up for reelection for another four years, and by that time, much of today's outrage will be for gotten by that time. You have to imagine that there's gonna be a new set of issues and then a set of concerns that have replaced the old ones. What else is not only is unlikely crews will be removed modest, but he doubts it'll affect his chances that future election. Research finds lockdowns during the pandemic may do more harm than good. There are other studies that say the lockdowns are the most effective approach. But this latest one in the European Journal of Clinical Investigation says this more targeted public health interventions that more effectively reduced transmissions may be important for future epidemic control without the harms of highly restrictive measures. That's Fox business networks. Grady trembled Ktrh news time. 304, a California economist, says Apple will likely be the next to follow Tesla HP Charles Schwab, Oracle from California to the Lone Star State. Bury Brew is CEO and president of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council. He says California has a serious problem with companies fleeing the state is a significant Accidents going on. This isn't like anything California seat If Apple is that relocates hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions in tax revenue to wherever it moves, which most likely would be Texas. Country music superstar Joining the inauguration day roster, Garth Brooks announced he will perform at the inauguration of Joe Biden, The country performer will join Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez all are set to perform a buttons swearing in ceremony, Brooks spoke in a virtual press conference in our household. This is not a political statement. This is a statement of unity, the country superstars. Last inaugural performance was in 2009. He was asked by the Trump administration to perform in 2016 but had a pre scheduled toward date later in the day. Tony go Women will host a parade with the new radicals reuniting for the first time in 22 years. Michelle Pelino Fox News Rockets are in Chicago tonight to take on the Bulls pregame at six on sports Talk 7 90 Tip Off is at seven here on Ktrh expected to be the debut of new Rockets guard Victor Oladipo, who was acquired in the James Harden trade. On Wall Street..
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"Everywhere with the I. R from the gallery furniture made in America Studios. Joe Biden unveils his $2 Trillion covert relief plan. I'm Wyatt Goolsby and 6 30 on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh with traffic and weather together, Let's go to Katie London. Let's clear up that spring it actually we had on 45 North found at Grant Park Way they've got had to ramp back open on the West Valley. South West Park crashes on that exit ramp. They've got that block to the moment and one on the Southwest Freeway. Now gone now founded the Beltway and that started a wide We've also got some South Louise found heavy traffic Burchenal Galveston Road from an earlier accident. They're getting London and the Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. Or Weather Channel forecast tonight. Clear skies alot of 44 Tomorrow Sunny and a high of 58 right now with 63 degrees and clear ktrh John Moore 24 Hour Weather Center. This newscast brought to you by Capital Farm credit. He carries his time. 6 31 Our top story. Joe Biden is addressing the nation in a speech. Speech Right now he's unveiling an estimated $1.9 trillion plan, which is said to include stimulus checks of $1400 to supplement the $600 checks already passed. Also expected to include funding for vaccine distribution. He says his goal will be 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days in office. Texas is leading the country and covert vaccine distribution right now, Governor Greg Abbott announced the state is the first to administer one million vaccines, he noted to cut it comes exactly one month since the first doses arrived right here in the Lone Star State. And finally Disneyland Resort is canceling its annual pass program. In the statement today, the resorts president said they are in the process of giving refunds. He also says the move is due to the continued uncertainty surrounding the pandemic. News on demand to Ktrh calm our next updated seven o'clock breaking information as it happens. I'm Wyatt Goolsbee for news radio 7 40 ktrh. It may not be Tuesday, but it's still the perfect night for tacos. So grab some older Paso standard stuff. Taco shells and portables. Older passes, flat bottom shelves and bowls stand in place, so they're easier to hold. So I meet perfect for big hands and small ones to get everyone excited to come to the table with a quick and easy meal that stands on its own Older.
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"The violence. We're all trying to get into the capital to stop this. He was associate general counsel for Goose had insurance and outgoing message says Not anymore. The employees involved in the protest of the capital is no longer employed with us. Are a direct marketing company out of Maryland terminated an employee who was photographed in the capital wearing his company I D badge, part of the company's statement read after review of the photographic evidence, the employee in question has been terminated for cause. Capitol Police officer died from injuries sustained during the incursion. Woman was shot and killed by police. At least three other people died Wednesday night from medical emergencies. North Texas political scientists are weighing in on this week's insurrection that the U. S. Capitol. Five people died, including a U. S Capitol police officer. One woman was fatally shot by police and the others from medical emergencies. The deaths happened after Group of President Trump's supporters stormed the capital as Congress certified President elect Joe Biden's victory. Essam you professor Dr Matthew Wilson. Things went too far, Even for those who support President Trump. He says the event will leave a permanent shadow on Trump's legacy. After the chaos, Trump issued a statement pledging a peaceful transfer of power. Nicolo say W B A P News North Texas Man is sharing his account of being outside the capital this week when it was breached by the protesters. He doesn't want to be named. But he says he witnessed an overwhelming sense of frustration as electoral college votes were certified for Joe Biden. They believed in the fact that that was their building and that their voice had been stripped from them, and they have done everything they could down to the last hope, and they felt like they were losing our republic or our democracy. Is he still in the Capitol grounds for hours that the majority of people chose not to go inside? But remained outside waving flags and singing the national anthem. State representative from Grand Prairie, says Texas Attorney General Kim Paxton's partially responsible for this week's breached the capital. State representative Chris Turner claims that Paxton have a role in the violence by inciting the crowd at a stop the steel rally ahead of the breach. He's asking the state Legislature to investigate, says there are several things it could do. Its nature could significantly cut the attorney general's budget or put limitations on his budget. The legislature could censure him on could impeach him. Turner also claims Paxton abused his power by filing a lawsuit at the U. S. Supreme Court over alleged election fraud. Texas health officials say the total number of covert 19 cases here is nearing a pandemic Total of 1.7 million so far that after more than 17,300 new cases were found Friday in the Lone Star State. Dallas County is more than 188,000 cases. Tarrant County About 171,000. Collin County Cities air launching a collaborative effort to distribute cocaine 19 vaccine in a county is biggest Colin. Coordinating vaccinations with limited supply and high demand isn't easy to be identified very quickly that we're gonna have to step in and say Municipality is a county McKinney Mayor George Fuller says Collin County cities were working together to address logistical challenges, whether it be combining efforts from first responders or utilizing school district stadiums. The plan is in the works. Meanwhile, the county's set up Online portal to learn about who's eligible and how to sign up for an appointment plate. Nevil, WB AP New. Meanwhile, El Paso has decided the only way it can control Corvette. 19 is to decide that citizenship is not a requirement for the vaccine. Boxes. Gabriella Correct the Children report, Council officials say they won't ask or verify your city, state or even country of residents. So they say people can cross from the other side of the border here into El Paso to.