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"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

01:48 min | Last month

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Good morning <Speech_Music_Female> i'm madison sawyer. <Speech_Music_Female> Monday december <Speech_Music_Female> fourteenth in here your <Speech_Female> headlines from cbs. <Speech_Female> Eleven news <Speech_Female> today top story. <Speech_Female> American healthcare <Speech_Female> workers could <Speech_Female> begin to receive. <Speech_Female> Visors corona virus <Speech_Female> vaccine as early <Speech_Female> as today <Speech_Female> pfizer began shipping <Speech_Female> nearly three million <Speech_Female> doses sunday from <Speech_Female> its michigan factory <Speech_Female> to all fifty states. <Speech_Female> The fda <Speech_Female> granted emergency <Speech_Female> use authorization <Speech_Female> of the vaccine <Speech_Female> late friday as daily <Speech_Female> us cova nineteen <Speech_Female> depths topped <Speech_Female> three thousand <Speech_Female> for the second time <Speech_Female> last week <Speech_Female> methodist dallas <Speech_Female> medical center will be among <Speech_Female> the first four <Speech_Female> sites in the state <Speech_Female> to get the vaccine <Speech_Female> today. The <Speech_Female> other sites are in <Speech_Female> san antonio austin <Speech_Female> and houston. <Speech_Female> Maxine <Speech_Female> will begin as <Speech_Female> we get a better idea <Speech_Female> of the impact. Thanksgiving <Speech_Female> gatherings had <Speech_Female> on our local case <Speech_Female> counts in dallas <Speech_Female> county over. Eighteen <Speech_Female> hundred cases were <Speech_Female> added yesterday as <Speech_Female> well as four deaths <Speech_Female> across <Speech_Female> town over. Fourteen <Speech_Female> hundred new infections were <Speech_Female> added in tarrant county <Speech_Female> with twenty <Speech_Female> deaths. further <Speech_Female> north. Nearly six <Speech_Female> hundred cases were <Speech_Female> reported in collin county <Speech_Female> along with two deaths. <Speech_Female> We're expecting <Speech_Female> new numbers from <Speech_Female> in county later today. <Speech_Female> The county <Speech_Female> does not report new further <Speech_Female> north. Nearly six <Speech_Female> hundred cases were <Speech_Female> reported in collin county <Speech_Female> along with two deaths. <Speech_Female> We're expecting <Speech_Female> new numbers from <Speech_Female> in county later today. <Speech_Female> The county <Speech_Female> does not report new numbers <Speech_Female> on sundays. <Speech_Female> Now <Speech_Female> here's meteorologist analyst <Speech_Female> parks <SpeakerChange> with a quick check <Speech_Female> of your weather. <Speech_Female> Good monday north <Speech_Female> texas. It is <Speech_Female> a cold start <Speech_Female> on this monday <Speech_Female> morning. We've got temperatures <Speech_Female> that have dropped to <Speech_Female> around freezing in the <Speech_Female> metroplex <Speech_Female> west of i thirty <Speech_Female> five even seeing <Speech_Female> several locations <Speech_Female> in the twenties. So you'll <Speech_Female> want to stay bundled <Speech_Female> up really <Speech_Female> through the day. A cool <Speech_Female> forecast a high <Speech_Female> of forty eight but at <Speech_Music_Female> least sunshine <Speech_Female> today <Speech_Female> and winds will remain <Speech_Female> much lighter up to <Speech_Female> ten miles per hour. <Speech_Female> Slight chance <Speech_Female> for some <SpeakerChange> light <Speech_Female> cold rain tomorrow <Speech_Female> especially <Speech_Female> up <SpeakerChange> around <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> the red river <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> and <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> that's latest from <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> cbs. Eleven <SpeakerChange> the ones <Speech_Music_Female> for texas.

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

01:50 min | Last month

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Good morning at madison sawyer. <Speech_Music_Female> It's december <Speech_Female> seventh twenty twenty <Speech_Female> and here are your headlines <Speech_Female> from cbs <Speech_Female> eleven news. <Speech_Female> Health officials across <Speech_Female> north texas are <Speech_Female> still reporting high <Speech_Female> numbers of covert <Speech_Female> nineteen infections. <Speech_Female> Dallas county <Speech_Female> reported over eighteen <Speech_Female> hundred new cases <Speech_Female> yesterday. Sixty <Speech_Female> five of those are <Speech_Female> what they consider probable. <Speech_Female> The county <Speech_Female> also reported three <Speech_Female> deaths all <Speech_Female> men in their sixties <Speech_Female> and seventies <Speech_Female> in tarrant county <Speech_Female> over fifteen hundred <Speech_Female> cases were added along <Speech_Female> with two new deaths <Speech_Female> in calling. County <Speech_Female> cases are surging <Speech_Female> as well with nearly <Speech_Female> seven hundred <Speech_Female> cases reported just <Speech_Female> yesterday <Speech_Female> and we're expecting new <Speech_Female> numbers today from <Speech_Female> denton county. <Speech_Female> There is some hope <Speech_Female> for businesses <Speech_Female> that reopening in north <Speech_Female> texas if <Speech_Female> covert hospitalization <Speech_Female> rates. Continue <Speech_Female> the positive trend <Speech_Female> from this weekend <Speech_Female> that they've been seeing <Speech_Female> they've <Speech_Female> currently been <Speech_Female> the fifteen <Speech_Female> percent threshold <Speech_Female> for the last two days. <Speech_Female> The trauma <Speech_Female> service area that includes <Speech_Female> dfw <Speech_Female> reported a hospitalization <Speech_Female> rate of <Speech_Female> fourteen point. Eighty <Silence> two percent yesterday <Speech_Female> saturday. <Speech_Female> That number was <Speech_Female> fourteen point. Ninety <Speech_Female> four percent <Speech_Female> if the region can <Speech_Female> continue for five <Speech_Female> more days <Speech_Female> under the fifteen percent <Speech_Female> threshold. <Speech_Female> Businesses can <Speech_Female> expand back to <Speech_Female> seventy five percent occupancy <Speech_Female> instead <Speech_Female> of fifty percent occupancy <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> bars can even reopen <Speech_Female> now. <Speech_Female> Here's meteorologist <Speech_Female> analyst parks <SpeakerChange> with a quick <Speech_Female> check of your weather. <Speech_Female> Good monday morning. <Speech_Female> North texas <Speech_Female> a cold start <Speech_Female> across the area. <Speech_Female> We've got temperatures <Speech_Female> that have been about <Speech_Female> ten degrees <Speech_Female> colder than this time <Speech_Female> yesterday. Most <Speech_Female> device in the mid to upper <Speech_Female> thirties. But <Speech_Female> from here we're <Speech_Female> going to quickly climb <Speech_Female> sunshine <Speech_Female> light west. Winds <Speech_Female> and near <Speech_Music_Female> average temperature's <Speech_Music_Female> highs today about <Speech_Female> in the low sixties <Speech_Female> around sixty <Speech_Female> two <Speech_Female> will continue to <Speech_Female> warm up this week <Speech_Female> seventy three <Speech_Female> for the warmest on <Speech_Female> wednesday <Speech_Female> and we're waiting on <Speech_Music_Female> some rainfall <SpeakerChange> to <Speech_Music_Female> arrive friday <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> and that's latest <Speech_Music_Female> from cbs. Eleven <Speech_Music_Female> the ones <SpeakerChange> for <Speech_Music_Female> texas.

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Thanks for joining US <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> I'm Madison Sawyer <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> it Saturday October <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> thirty first, here's <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> a look at your headlines <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> from CVS eleven. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> News health <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> officials are warning nor <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Texans to keep safety <Speech_Music_Female> top of mine as <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> you celebrate Halloween <Speech_Music_Female> this weekend <Speech_Music_Female> Cova cases on the <Speech_Music_Female> rise, the health and Human <Speech_Music_Female> Services. Director for <Speech_Music_Female> Dallas County says <Speech_Music_Female> celebrating with your family <Speech_Music_Female> in in your <Speech_Music_Female> own household <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> is best <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> CDC recently <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> broke down activities <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> by risk level <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> when it comes to moderate <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> risk activities <Speech_Music_Female> think creative like <Speech_Music_Female> one way trick or treating <Speech_Music_Female> grabbing and go style <Speech_Music_Female> to get down <Speech_Music_Female> on crowding an <Speech_Music_Female> interaction <Speech_Female> experts. Say you <Speech_Female> don't really need to worry <Speech_Female> about wiping down the <Speech_Female> candy wrappers, but <Speech_Female> you do need to still <Speech_Female> social distance <Speech_Female> especially if you're. <Speech_Female> At a higher risk, <Speech_Female> Halloween costumes <Speech_Female> are known to cause <Speech_Female> some fright but an Arlington <Speech_Female> Man's costume <Speech_Female> was so scary <Speech_Female> that police were called <Speech_Female> on him earlier this <Speech_Female> week Tyler <Speech_Female> Ethridge says <Speech_Female> he created the costume <Speech_Female> and then wanted to <Speech_Female> test out walking <Speech_Female> in the stilts <Speech_Female> that were part of the costume <Speech_Female> a few days ahead <Speech_Female> of Halloween. <Speech_Female> But unfortunately, <Speech_Female> his walk testing <Speech_Female> out the new footwear <Speech_Female> caused quite <Speech_Female> the commotion <Speech_Female> after multiple. People <Speech_Female> call nine one, one <Speech_Female> Arlington police <Speech_Female> pulled Tyler <SpeakerChange> aside <Speech_Music_Female> and asked what he <Speech_Music_Female> was doing <Speech_Music_Female> when they realized highly <Speech_Music_Female> was just out testing <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> is new costumes footwear. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> They took <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> a picture with him <Speech_Music_Female> to document the unusual <Speech_Music_Female> call and <Speech_Music_Female> then sent him back <Speech_Music_Female> on his way to wander <Speech_Music_Female> into the night. <Speech_Music_Female> Over <Speech_Music_Female> scary costumes to <Speech_Music_Female> downright adorable <Speech_Music_Female> candy Corn Lion <Speech_Music_Female> and even wonder <Speech_Music_Female> woman herself <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> some of the tiniest <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> patients at Cook Children's <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> in Fort Worth <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> got dressed up for their <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> first. Halloween <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> volunteer sewing <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> group known as Stitcher <Speech_Music_Female> wish created <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> the adorable costumes <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> for the baby are <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> currently all <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> in the. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Net that's the <Speech_Music_Female> latest from CBS <Speech_Music_Female> eleven the <SpeakerChange> ones <Music> Texas.

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

03:37 min | 3 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Really get spooky what kind of the biggest scare that folks can expect. Pick one we'd have a lot of mannequins that we have position everywhere and are actors are just like them. So you don't know who's alive and who isn't, and that's part of the scary part of even me walking through right now is this Guy Real? Is that guy real who knows but you'll have a lot of fun when you come out to cutting edge by the way safety is top of mind. So everyone's required to wear a mask even the actors this year. Also there's some other safety precautions that y'all put into place including temperature checks and other things right that's that's correct we also have Each group has a glue necklace to show how closely are or apart from the the next few so that they keeps serving distant awesome, and they're also is timed entry tickets. So you can buy your tickets in advance online, and then you know that your time is designated for entry that keeps a lot of folks from. Forming in large lines outside of the haunted house, right? Correct that keeps everybody a distant from each week. We also have a pumpkin patch basically setup for even more people. So each group has their own area. So if you're looking for a scary good time, come on out to cutting edge on it house in Fort. Madison Sawyer. Thank you so much. You know there are a lot of people in North Texas who are making a positive difference in in today's more life with Jodi. Dean. You're about to meet a young man with a big heart and even bigger dreams. Take. Up until recently eight-year-old bubba neighbors had two favorite foods real g's and MAC and cheese. So when he thought of helping others, his passion became bubbas means to do so in Minami. Through three years prior and he think that I really wanted to get a big drug WanNa be i WanNa be the homeless Dad Childhood, Buddy Matt, combined forces you build these. Wars and Bubbas cheese box was born. There was such a thing as macaroni ministry. Cheese box rolled out in January but like so many other things covid nineteen put it in park. Schools and baseball diamonds reopened though Baba new where he needed to be. Sister Saxton slinging the spoon and baseball buddy. Brody's supervise body control. How much have you even today? Most people set all like to try to get to this. He started off young. So this into well established. There's a local church where BUBBA plans to sit up soon on Sundays to feed hundreds of children each week before they get back on their buses to go home. He says, let them come by my trump and let me feed them. So we're working with Baba and his dad to feed all these kids at coming on our bus minutes. Tears. Your best to raise a kid in this society and you just was pray. And hope that they they come out better than you. He's better than I've ever expected. Realize you have more teeth now than you do in the picture on the side of your trump and And lately bubbas decided he likes vegetables too. If know of a story of good people doing things for others, send it to more life at Att Dot Com. I'm Jodi Jodi. Thank you and with that, thank you for listening. That's the latest from CBS eleven we are the ones for Texas..

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"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Thanks for joining us. I'm Madison Sawyer a major highway in the metroplex is now shut down through the weekend. I thirty is closed between Collins Street and the Bush turnpike in Arlington all for construction of the new Sixty Interchange Keller is warning some staff members that they may have been exposed to the crow virus letters being sent out telling some staff at attended Sunday school board meeting that they were potentially exposed. District tells us that a speaker that gave comment during the meeting later tested positive for Covid nineteen. The annual tax free weekend is here the sales tax. Holiday started today and goes through Sunday most clothing footwear school supplies and backpacks can be purchased tax free. Now, items can be purchased in store or online from Texas businesses attorneys Amber Geiger are appealing her murder conviction they're asking for a lesser charge after she was convicted of murder in the death of both John Geiger's shot and killed John in his Dallas apartment in two thousand eighteen the former police officers says she. Believed, she was entering her own apartment and that she thought that, John, was an intruder when she shot him earlier this week, her attorneys filed an appeal asking for a lesser charge. They're also now seeking a new sentencing trial. Now here's CBS eleven meteorologist Jeffrey with a check of your weather more hud weather for you weekend Sunday's high in the upper nineties. Again, we do expect a feel like after closing in on one, hundred, four, hundred, five. So be careful across the afternoon. Temperatures, in the upper nineties on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday. But there are some small rain chances to show up overnight Wednesday night and Thursday. Night is well. And time we get into the weekend the temperatures just a little bit cooler. We'll be in the mid nineties on Saturday and Sunday. And that's the latest from CBS eleven, the ones for Texas..

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"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Good Morning. I'm <Speech_Music_Female> Madison Sawyer. It's <Speech_Female> Thursday July thirtieth <Speech_Female> and hear your headlines <Speech_Female> from CBS <Speech_Female> Eleven Morning. I'm <Speech_Music_Female> Madison Sawyer. It's <Speech_Female> Thursday July thirtieth <Speech_Female> and hear your headlines <Speech_Female> from CBS <Speech_Female> Eleven News <Speech_Female> Fort. Worth ISD leaders <Speech_Female> will meet today to <Speech_Female> discuss the plan <Speech_Female> for the upcoming school <Speech_Female> year. The district <Speech_Female> has not made a decision <Speech_Female> yet regarding <Speech_Female> attorney, General <Speech_Female> Khin, Paxton's <Speech_Female> legal opinion. Tuesday <Speech_Female> that said local <Speech_Female> health departments can't <Speech_Female> issue blanket <Speech_Female> orders <Speech_Female> heaping students out <Speech_Female> of the classrooms in an <Speech_Female> effort to try and prevent <Speech_Female> the spread of covid <Speech_Female> nineteen. <Speech_Female> Last week, Fort <Speech_Female> Worth ISD announced <Speech_Female> a plan at the recommendations <Speech_Female> of health officials <Speech_Female> to not hold <Speech_Female> in person classes <Speech_Female> until at least September <Speech_Female> twenty eighth <Speech_Female> meaning the first six <Speech_Female> weeks of school starting <Speech_Female> on August seventeenth <Speech_Female> would be virtual. <Speech_Female> Now Fort <Speech_Female> Worth, district. <Speech_Female> Trustees have called <Speech_Female> an eight am emergency <Speech_Female> meeting <Speech_Female> to possibly revise <Speech_Female> that plan <Speech_Female> that meeting will be entirely <Speech_Female> online. <Speech_Female> Meanwhile. <Speech_Female> Arlington has <Speech_Female> announced. It will start <Speech_Female> school on August seventeenth <Speech_Female> as scheduled <Speech_Female> and hold <Speech_Female> at least the first <Speech_Female> four weeks of class <Speech_Female> online <Speech_Female> superintendent. Dr. <Speech_Female> Mark Selo <Speech_Female> Cavazos <Speech_Female> said the district will <Speech_Female> consider whether to <Speech_Female> extend online learning <Speech_Female> up to eight weeks <Speech_Female> in partnership <Speech_Female> with public, health officials, <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> Rockwall, the school board <Speech_Female> has approved delaying <Speech_Female> the start of school. <Speech_Female> Until August twenty <Speech_Female> sixth <Speech_Female> neighboring Roy. City <Speech_Female> ISD is also <Speech_Female> considering a delayed <Speech_Female> start. Now, <Speech_Female> here's meteorologist <Speech_Female> analyst parks with <Speech_Female> a quick check of your <SpeakerChange> weather. <Speech_Female> Happy, <Speech_Female> Thursday, North Texas, <Speech_Female> we are looking at <Speech_Female> our hottest day <Speech_Female> of the week. We will <Speech_Female> be seeing temperatures <Speech_Female> quickly get into the low nineties <Speech_Female> by midday <Speech_Female> highs today though <Speech_Female> headed for the upper <Speech_Female> nineties, then you factor <Speech_Female> in the humidity, <Speech_Female> it's going to feel as hot <Speech_Female> as one, zero five. <Speech_Female> So try and stay. <Speech_Music_Female> Cool. find the shade. <Speech_Female> Then we <Speech_Female> wait for a cold front <Speech_Female> tonight that will bring some <Speech_Female> scattered storms <Speech_Female> tonight and into today. <Speech_Female> Friday, <Speech_Female> cooler temperatures <Speech_Female> and lower humidity <Speech_Female> highs. <Speech_Female> Friday. <SpeakerChange> and Saturday <Speech_Music_Female> near ninety. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> Thanks <Speech_Music_Female> analyst, and that's the <Speech_Music_Female> latest from CBS <Speech_Music_Female> eleven <SpeakerChange> ones for Texas. <Speech_Music_Female>

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on CBS11 News Dallas/Fort Worth

"Thanks for joining us, I'm <Speech_Female> Madison. Sawyer it's <Speech_Female> Tuesday June twenty <Speech_Female> third, and here are today's <Speech_Female> headlines. <Speech_Female> Another record has <Speech_Female> been broken in. North <Speech_Female> Texas Dallas County <Speech_Female> is reporting its <Speech_Female> worst day yet <Speech_Female> for new Kobe, nine hundred <Speech_Female> nine cases, <Speech_Female> four, hundred and fifty <Speech_Female> four in all <Speech_Female> tarrant county, meanwhile <Speech_Female> reported one hundred <Speech_Female> and seventy one new cases. <Speech_Female> Thankfully, <Speech_Female> that number is much <Speech_Female> better than Sunday's <Speech_Female> record high <Speech_Female> of four hundred and forty <Speech_Female> four new cases, <Speech_Female> Dallas and tarrant county. <Speech_Female> The most populated <Speech_Female> counties in North <Speech_Female> Texas have <Speech_Female> the most confirmed <Speech_Female> cases since the outbreak <Speech_Female> began, didn't <Speech_Female> in Collin counties <Speech_Female> have? At <Speech_Female> about two thousand <Speech_Female> outside <Speech_Female> of their cases, <Speech_Female> drop into the hundreds, <Speech_Female> or even less <Speech_Female> despite <Speech_Female> the rising numbers <Speech_Female> Governor Abbott says <Speech_Female> he is not ready to <Speech_Female> shut down Texas again. <Speech_Female> However, <Speech_Female> he says it's not <Speech_Female> off the table, <Speech_Female> but it is the last <Speech_Female> option will <Speech_Female> be checking in again <Speech_Female> with Governor Avid during <Speech_Female> our five PM newscast <Speech_Female> here on CBS <Speech_Female> eleven and <Speech_Female> CBS DFW <Speech_Female> for a live interview <Speech_Female> today <Speech_Female> the. The, Texas Education <Speech_Female> Agency is expected <Speech_Female> to unveil guidelines <Speech_Female> for how schools <Speech_Female> can reopened <Speech_Female> for the fall semester, <Speech_Female> and it appears <Speech_Female> the state will not <Speech_Female> require masks. <Speech_Female> The American <Speech_Female> Federation of Teachers <Speech_Female> said it wants <Speech_Female> district's to require <Speech_Female> physical distancing <Speech_Female> until <Speech_Female> the number of new cases <Speech_Female> declines <Speech_Female> for at least fourteen <Speech_Female> days. They <Speech_Female> also want district's <Speech_Female> to have resources <Speech_Female> in place to test <Speech_Female> trace and <Speech_Female> isolate new cases. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> AFC says. <Speech_Female> are still learning <Speech_Female> how the virus They <Speech_Female> also want district's <Speech_Female> to have resources <Speech_Female> in place to test <Speech_Female> trace and <Speech_Female> isolate new cases. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> AFC says. <Speech_Female> are still learning <Speech_Female> how the virus spreads <Speech_Female> and Young People <Speech_Female> here's meteorologist. <Speech_Female> Emily's parks <Speech_Female> with a quick <SpeakerChange> check of your <Speech_Female> weather. <Speech_Female> We'll get Tuesday <Speech_Female> morning to you. Everyone <Speech_Female> I am CVs eleven <Speech_Female> meteorologist Stanley's <Speech_Female> parks and we've <Speech_Female> got another stormy <Speech_Female> active morning across <Speech_Female> north. Texas <Speech_Female> where we're talking about <Speech_Female> some very <Speech_Female> heavy rain across <Speech_Female> the area <SpeakerChange> out of these <Speech_Female> storms, <Speech_Female> storms should continue <Speech_Female> to dissipate <Speech_Female> and weaken late <Speech_Female> in the morning, and we'll get <Speech_Female> a little bit of a break actually <Speech_Female> midday through <Speech_Music_Female> the afternoon, <Speech_Female> but we will be <Speech_Female> watching for that slight <Speech_Female> chance of a couple of scattered <Speech_Female> storms <SpeakerChange> this afternoon <Speech_Female> highs <Speech_Female> cooler in <Speech_Female> the low eighties. <Speech_Female> Thanks analysts, <Speech_Music_Female> and that's the latest <Speech_Music_Female> from CBS eleven <Speech_Music_Female> the <SpeakerChange> ones for Texas. <Speech_Music_Female>

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"madison sawyer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:37 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KCRW

"On employees but their families and so on but very excited that this is finally opening up here in plaster county many welcome the easing of restrictions but some don't think they go nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without masks I think we should all be open we can't break the economies is just too much hypocrisy going on you know I mean we have people in Walmart but you can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal reopening this is the big challenge you open up a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people start rushing into the dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we want a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach can it right that's run someone you're the chairman of the center County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began reopening state how Kajol regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons nail salons and barber shops no make a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on did we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening a reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home order I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that same for home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violated we have been trying to start with education M. and help people understand that why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that at but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and at issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and has been very effective we have flattened darker I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of solutions the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the courts have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared that should be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's what this is for them to have their memories of this is that the green court they thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic what we saw from what is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday of explaining how how that agency sees reopening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC's guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guide and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by date it will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like the screen corrected do you understand though the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who have been laid off who are seeing their businesses but take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely needed this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that is safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned about vulnerable populations.

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:37 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All the families not only on employees but their families and so on but very excited that this says finally opening up here in plaster county many welcome the easing of restrictions but some don't think they go nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without masks I think they should all be open we can't break the economies is just too much the pharmacy going on you know I mean we have people in Walmart G. can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal reopening this is the big challenge you open up a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people started rushing into that dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we won a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach can it right that's run someone you're the chairman of the center County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began re opening state how call regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons nail salons and barbershops never make a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on did we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening a reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home water I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that safer home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violate it we have been trying to start with education M. and help people understand that why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that and but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and that issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and he's been very effective we have flattened darker and I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of solutions the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the courts have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared to be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's what this is for them you have your memories of this is that the green court that thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic what we saw from what is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday of explaining how how that agency sees reopening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guidance and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by data will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like the Supreme Court do you understand the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who have been laid off who are seeing their businesses that take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely needed this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that is safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned about.

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:37 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KCRW

"Excited that this is finally opening up here in plaster county many welcome the easing of restrictions but some don't think to go nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without masks I think they should all be open we can't break the economies is just too much hypocrisy going on you know I mean we have people in Walmart but you can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal re opening this is the big challenge you open up a a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people start rushing into the dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we want a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach remember that's run someone you're the chairman of the Sutter County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began re opening state how Kajol regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons nail salons and barbershops never make a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on did we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening a reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home order I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that safer home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violated we have been trying to start with education and and help people understand why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that and but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and at issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and has been very effective we have flattened darker I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of that solution the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the courts have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared to be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's what this is for them to have their memories of this is that the green court they thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic and what we saw from what is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday of explaining how how that agency sees re opening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC's guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guide and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by date it will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like the screen corrected do you understand though the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who have been laid off who are seeing their businesses but take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely needed this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that is safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned about vulnerable populations that we have to make sure that as we re open we do.

Dave Mason officer
"madison sawyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:36 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But their families and so on but very excited that this says finally opening up here in plaster county many welcome the easing of restrictions but some don't think to go nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without masks I think they should all be open we can't break the economies is just too much the pharmacy going on you know I mean we have people in Walmart but you can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal reopening this is the big challenge you open up a a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people started rushing into that dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we want a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach can it right that's run someone you're the chairman of the Sutter County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began reopening state how Kajol regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons nail salons and barber shops no make a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on if we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening a reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home water I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that same for home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violate it we have been trying to start with education M. and help people understand why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that M. but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and at issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and he's been very effective we have flattened darker I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of that solution the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the courts have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared to be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's what this is for them you have to remember is on this is that the Supreme Court they thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic what we saw from that is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday explaining how how that agency sees reopening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC's guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guidance and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by date it will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like the screen corrected do you understand though the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who have been laid off who are seeing their businesses that take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely this this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that is safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned about vulnerable populations.

"madison sawyer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:31 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Excited that this is finally opening up here in plaster county many welcome the easing of restrictions but some don't think they go nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without Max I think we should all be open we can't break the economies is just too much the pharmacy going on you know I mean we have hurt people in Walmart but you can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal re opening this is the big challenge you open up a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people start rushing into that dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we want a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach can it right that's run someone you're the chairman of the Sutter County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began reopening state how Kajol regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons nail salons and barber shops not unlike a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on if we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home order I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that safer at home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violate it we have been trying to start with education and and help people understand why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that at but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and at issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and has been very effective we have flattened darker I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of solutions the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the court to have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared at to be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's what this is for them you have to remember is on this is that the green court they thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic what we saw from what is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday of explaining how how that agency sees it reopening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC's guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guide and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by date it will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like the screen corrected do you understand though the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who've been laid off who are seeing their businesses that take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely needed this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that is safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned.

Dave Mason officer
"madison sawyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:25 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without masks I think they should all be open we can't break the economy is just too much hypocrisy going on you know I mean we have people in Walmart G. can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal reopening this is the big challenge you open up a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people start rushing into that dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we won a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach remember that's run someone you're the chairman of the center County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began re opening state how call regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons and nail salons and barbershops never make a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on if we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home water I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that same for home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violate it we have been trying to start with education M. and help people understand why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that and but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and that issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and he's been very effective we have flattened darker I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of solutions the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the courts have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared to be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's the basis for them do you have your memories of this is that the green court they thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic and what we saw from what is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday explaining how how that agency sees reopening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC's guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guidance and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by date it will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like this report do you understand though the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who have been laid off who are seeing their businesses that take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely this this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned about.

Dave Mason Karen Roseville officer
"madison sawyer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:20 min | 8 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin good morning the latest move to re open the country comes with the reminder that no central authority is calling the shots the centers for disease control and prevention issued new guidelines for re opening businesses schools and other institutions but they are guidelines they're not orders states decide how to apply those guidelines and conflicts are emerging even within states in Pennsylvania democratic governor Tom wolf had strong words for parts of his state that have taken matters into their own hands to the politicians urging businesses to risk their lives the risk the lives of their their customers or their employees by opening prematurely you need to understand that they are engaging in behavior that is both selfish and unsafe in Texas Republican governor Greg Abbott is preparing to lift even more restrictions next week he's been trying to limit the enforcement of lockdown orders last week Abbott altered one of his executive orders to allow for the release of a salon owner she had been sent to jail for opening her shop too soon I think putting them behind bars is not the right thing enhance that's why I altered my order but I made it clear that it was the policy statewide they're putting people in jail is not one of the available solutions to resolve the end during the course of this pandemic and in California democratic governor Gavin Newsom has gotten a lot of attention for allowing many beaches to partially reopen we asked Manhattan Beach mayor Richard Montgomery why on the program yesterday with the lock down for six weeks so not be able to go anywhere and parks were part of that lockdown no parks open the beaches it's part of what make up this and people want to go relax and clear their minds they walk for miles on the beach what's going on NPR's Eric Westervelt in California Eric good morning you've been tracking the big differences between urban and rural parts of the state when it comes to re opening what can you tell us about the differences between Los Angeles and San Francisco yeah good morning Laura LA continues to have the highest number of virus cases and deaths in California and in the bay area you know which was the first part of the country really to lock down it they had seen you know their numbers flatlining or trending down but hospitals this week recorded their first increasing code nineteen hospitalizations in more than two weeks it wasn't a a giant spike by any means but just another sign of you know how tough in a radic this virus is and can be in no big city in the state has yet you know met the key health criteria set out by the state for re opening more businesses I mean there's been some modest loosening of restrictions retail curbside pickup will soon be allowed in some cities including San Francisco some hiking and beach rules have been relaxed but really it's a sort of incremental stuff and you know the core of the stay home order remains in place in the cities LA county this week basically said you know our order will likely stay in place through the summer hello so what about the places outside the cities I mean this week more than a dozen rural counties got the green light to at least partially reopened you traveled a sum this week to go see how it was gone in these areas which is fine mmhm well I think you know what struck me right off was how few people you know were wearing protective masks at least you know it in the places I've visited that's very different from the bay area and other population centers in California or master pretty much ubiquitous in and you know what are you doing pick up food or going to the market and it was it was interesting I mean face masks have become something of a geographic and political fault line and at times a flash point across the country I went to parts of sadr and plaster county sits northeast of Sacramento you know these are places that have had far fewer cove in nineteen cases than the urban counties some businesses in a few of these you know more rural counties have been openly ignoring the governor's orders to stay closed this week that tension was defused a bit when they got you know formal approval to reopen some businesses with restrictions including you know sit down restaurants and some shopping malls could open up I met a businessman named Cora Mifsud he runs several Mexican restaurants in plaster county he was both excited and a little bit weary as he tried to get his place in Roseville ready again for sit down dining top on all the families not only on employees but their families and so on but very excited that this says finally opening up here in plaster county many welcome the easing of restrictions but some don't think they go nearly far enough sixty two year old retired police officer Dave Mason's wife Karen were walking in Roseville with coffees and without masks I think we should all be open we can't break the economies is just too much hypocrisy going on you know I mean we have people in Walmart but you can't go get your hair cut you know I mean it just doesn't seem to match up a lot of stuff the state's governor continues to caution patients and say openings will be driven by data and safety re opening that mean much if customers don't feel safe the virus doesn't adhere to county boundaries and Gavin Newsom worries people won't either if there's a hasty or piecemeal reopening this is the big challenge you open up a dense urban environment right next door to a community that's not open people start rushing into that dense urban environment and coming back into their community and that's why we want a regional focus a county focus but that strategy is also leading to uncertainty frustration and confusion you can walk on the beach run on the beach you cannot sunbathe on the beach can it work that's run someone you're the chairman of the Sutter County Board of supervisors centers one of the counties were some businesses were openly defying the governor and began reopening state how Kajol regulators then swooped in this week they got formal approval to partially open up with supervisor Selinger worries it's too little too late for some small businesses especially ones not allowed to reopen this week including hair salons nail salons and barber shops no make a lot of money to begin with I mean you know they're not cut the fat log in the rear end the jury is still out on did we wait too long I hope not I mean I I hope not Eric Westervelt NPR news Roseville California let's go now to Wisconsin where the political fight over re opening a reached all the way to that state Supreme Court democratic governor Tony Evers stay at home order was overturned by the High Court on Wednesday some businesses then immediately reopened including bars there were photos circulating online of at least one Wisconsin bar packed with customers just an hour after the order was lifted many state Republican lawmakers cheered this decision some local leaders disagreed with the ruling including our next guest the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway thank you so much for being with us thank you for having me what do you make of the court's decision to lift the stay at home order I think it's really outrageous and irresponsible that safer at home order was working here in Wisconsin and and we cannot afford to ease up and left this virus spread throughout our state and here in Madison we are keeping a separate home order at the local level and and I've heard nothing but positive feedback about that will you take action if individuals choose to violate the stay at home order especially in light of of the supreme court's decision we have had that local orders here in Madison and Dane county since before the state issued their order and and we have been enforcing them all along so we will continue to do that and nothing in the supreme court's decision overturned our local ability to protect public health and are those citations what are the consequences when people do violate it we have been trying to start with education and and help people understand why it's important for them to obey the safer at home order and how they can do that and but if that doesn't work then and yes we do escalate it to our city attorney's office and at issue citation I have to say though that for the most part people have been quite good about this here in Madison M. and he's been very effective we have flattened darker I think quite effectively is there a danger though to this kind of patchwork of solutions the reality is that even if businesses are closed in Madison people still go to other towns of the still can go to restaurants or bars or retail locations outside of Madison and then come back and potentially spread the virus absolutely a danger here and that's why it's so irresponsible of the courts have struck down the governor's safer at home order without a plan in place for how we transition out of it safely businesses are frankly not prepared to be open again and I know many people who are saying regardless of what the order is there still staying at home because they feel like that's what this is for them to have their memories of this is that the green court they thought it was safe for us to hold an election in person during a pandemic what we saw from that is that dozens and dozens of people got sick I expect the same to happen with this decision the CDC released new guidance yesterday of explaining how how that agency sees reopening happening and basically recommends that all businesses have to be able to protect vulnerable populations in order to re open have you had a chance to review that do you find it helpful is it just more of what you've already determined on your own you know we we have been watching the CDC's guidance all along and incorporating it into our own public health guidance and we are very close to releasing a phase three opening planned here in Madison and and it it will be guided by date it will be based on science and it will be turning a dial not flipping a switch like the Supreme Court do you understand the concerns of people who are who have been furloughed who have been laid off who are seeing their businesses but take immense financial hits and and looking down the pike at at really horrible economic consequences for their families absolutely needed this has been economically devastating for many people here in Madison and for the city as well frankly and so we are all eager to get things open again but only in a way that is safe for everyone I'm very concerned about the disproportionate impacts on communities of color that we're seeing with this pandemic I'm very concerned about vulnerable populations that we have to make sure that as we re open we do it in a way to keep everybody safe such heroes Conway is the mayor of Madison Wisconsin thank you for your time thank you.

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"madison sawyer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:54 min | 10 months ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Talk radio redefine you're listening to the Dan o'donnell show what about your phone calls on what happened in west bend yesterday including some great insight from the police chief in eagle ridge pike I can't wait to hear from this but first before I forget I've got to point this out five days ago this was April first twenty twenty article in the Milwaukee journal Sentinel Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett on Wednesday said he thinks it's dangerous for voters to gather at the polls next week in the middle of the corona virus pandemic on a call with reporters he reiterated that Wisconsin's April seventh election could be the largest event in the country in April I don't think that's good public policy I think it's dangerous during a pandemic he said and I hope that people do not go to the polls on Tuesday as much as I want them to vote I do not want them to put their lives in jeopardy I don't want them to put the health and safety of our poll workers in jeopardy in a subsequent interview Barrett said he wanted people to vote absentee and did not want anyone to get the impression that he was trying to limit turnout I want as many people as possible to get an absentee ballot and return an absentee ballot he said on Sunday Barrett joined with the mayor of Madison Sawyer road Conway in a number of other liberal mayors in Wisconsin pushing to shut down all in person voting we implore you the letter read to implement all emergency measures necessary to control the spread of covert nineteen a communicable disease specifically they wrote to Wisconsin department of Human Services secretary desk me Andrea palm specifically we need you to step up and stop the state of Wisconsin for putting hundreds of thousands of citizens at risk by requiring them to vote at the polls well this ugly pandemic spreads we believe it would be irresponsible and contrary to public health to conduct in person voting throughout the state at the very time this disease is spread by spreading rapidly the mayor's routes of Tom Barrett says it's dangerous to vote in person do not have any person to person contact do not get people to the polls we don't want poll workers to be sick what do I see in the Milwaukee journal Sentinel photo by G. Han Kwang mayor Barrett at his polling place at the Washington Park library handing all poll worker by the name of George Hooper his ballot well he's he's telling the entire state don't go to the polling place don't vote tomorrow don't show up and vote we need you to vote absentee get a ballot return your ballot don't go to the public but he's up to down to polling place the day before he sends a letter urging people urging the state to shut down polling places so that everyone else in the state cannot do what he just did the day before and vote in person could you be any more stupidly hypocritical than Milwaukee's mayor honestly and it's not like you he held a press conference there it's not like he was hiding it's not like he was sneaking in the back door the Milwaukee journal Sentinel photographers there he is handing a ballot to a poll worker also he's not wearing the mask he's not wearing gloves he's holding his cell phone and wearing a brewers coat literally doing what he is telling everybody else I'm going to put something on common sense that because the the irony is just too delicious I could feed my children if they look if if Iverson walks down the grocery stores I could feed my children for three weeks on the deliciousness of this irony Tom Barrett the day after he votes in person telling people not to vote in person it's too dangerous it's too that we can have in person he votes in person just two two perfect all right this is Greg Durand police chief in eagle correct Greg how you doing welcome to the program morning how are you today I'm doing fantastic a better question is how are you and your guys and gals will hold an op we're holding up well it we're still we we limit kind of like with the other chiefs are doing the other departments you know we're we're trying to do more by telephone we certainly respond to calls but yeah we are department we go to EMS calls traditionally now what we'll do is we'll to stage and you know the fire pardon Sir we're doing all we can to to limit our our contact to the best we can but obviously we're not in a in a in a profession where we are with the public quite a bit so we're trying to be careful and smart about everybody staying safe and healthy then is morale still good are your officers still handling this well R. I think so I'm not hearing anything back I I I'm I started spending them medial myself where I'm just kind of addressing them because I don't always see everybody so why are you just want the United can continually reassuring them but also want to make sure that that they know where I stand on things I recently paid a posting out of Facebook message on our page last week about just that because we actually had people that were concerned that they were going to be stopped on the way to work in that we were we have Generac in our community here and and some other US industries and and there was actually concerned so I want to reassure the public that bad we're not going to be doing that I mean we we still will stop you if you violate the washer going to stop you and and see your papers I guess if you will to see where your support be it with the same thing when I'm listening to this every day I look in the as much as I can thank you working and you know again I'm with me what you're saying and yeah obviously we get we get dispatched them but you don't police officer Mike Gordon when I signed up but I have no one reason I don't want to tell people to be breaking up there galleries affected my community I gathered with a true friend of ours and that the dog had a play date sat in the driveway like oh sure yeah you know for a half hour night I mean I think we still people still need to be able to move about their space and they still need to be happy have a communication with each other and and and some level of personal communication or you'll lose your mind so basically you're saying you can you can socially distance while still you know respecting the the rights of association and assembly so let me ask you this are you getting calls like this like Hey my neighbors having a bunch of people over you should go over and busted up are you have heard radio calls we share we're dispatched out of walks up sheriff's department those are dispatching so I can see here what happened in a pretty good quadrant of the of the county a radio call so I haven't I can't see that we have received one here eagle are you on the radio yeah on the police radio I've heard of people being dispatched to those type of offenses including some nonessential type assignments where I I heard last week someone had called about a tree trimmer and whether or not that was essential or not again it's it's kinda it's outside and I think again common sense has to prevail here when we go to the refinements and and die or even just listening but you know people are going to people are people and and people will call the police for whatever reason they feel they should call the police and that they they think it's unsafe I guess I guess it's the right call certainly but again I mean I I and me in my opinion of the person trimming a tree outside and doesn't seem to unsafe either and if they're not following OSHA guidelines for how they're turning the tree you know yeah exactly well Sir thank you so much for sharing your perspective I I really do appreciate in value added thank you for listening and best of luck as this as this pandemic sort of works its way through Wisconsin yeah okay thanks a lot take care buddy take care Sir that's great around he is the town of eagle police chief for a small town in Waukesha county and apparently a loyal listener of the Dan o'donnell show yes they apparently are getting calls about this and he wants us to know that yes officers are trying their best to respect constitutional rights as much as possible David up next on the Dan o'donnell show what's going on David good morning Dan thanks for taking my call so really quickly if you know anything what's been going on in the city of Milwaukee they have impersonating a curbside voting something's going on for over the last week or so in actually but was just there a couple days ago and I don't see how he also in an election day but you can't do what they're doing in Milwaukee because they give you the ballot your innate this ticket from you and the fact the matter is is that your point earlier with new trying to change election dates and everything else there's no question that that is the overall goal here because you know they did find an option to keep in mind the closed in March he was born in early for a little while and same thing in Dane county in Madison then they closed it down where you can go to the voting booths and then they came up with this curbside you know I think with what about ten ten days ago are roughly yeah something like that so I mean at the end of the day you know it's just it's just so easy and I think we have to realize that you know thank god we do have the freedoms that we have and I think we're we're we don't realize that this could be completely eroded Beyonce where you know it could be permanently changed and this isn't David this is a conspiracy talk either this is not like all the government is you know going to ban all church services that's not how it works that's not how a violation of of individual cyber liberties happens it's a tiny little push it's in the name of public safety and how dare you thank god about holding church services at time like this innocent people are dying they're dying how dare.

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WMEX 1510 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"madison sawyer" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

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