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"marissa conde anus" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Meeting this morning, Tarrant County Public Health director Vinnie Tunisia says the virus is being more community spread. There are facility cluster still happening, but the total is now dropped by 20% of the total number of cases At the peak of all of this. We were at about 34%. Facility related outbreaks. Some 6600 people have recovered from Kobe 19 including almost 500 new recoveries today. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio 10 Maybe Caro de the state Fair Taxes has become the latest casualty of Corona virus crisis. Care all these healthy, Philip says the board of directors met by Zoom And the state fair has been cancelled. News of the cancellation hit like a thunderbolt fairgoers and a youth who compete in livestock shows across the state and to the local economy of North Texas. $400 million impact removed. Marissa Conde Anus. This is the first time since World War two and 134 year history that the fair has been cancelled. I believe Repligen 75 years now, since it's been cancelled, so You know this decision it felt far beyond the loss of our annual celebration. The State Fair Board is still trying to develop a way to hold livestock shows to let the thousands of rural students compete for prizes in scholarship. Money LP. Phillips News Radio 10 80 Kenya rolled in with the cancellation of the state fair Texans are going to be hurting, especially around here, 2017 study says. The fair brings in somewhere in the area of almost 1/2 a $1,000,000,000 to the economy, Economist Mike Davis says. It's not just the money, the non monetary impacts or what's more important. The state of Texas really is part of our lives, especially if you're here in Dallas. It just happens in the fall it even if you don't go every year. It's part of who we are. Last year. The fair brought in 2.5 1,000,000 people, and it's not uncommon for the peat days to draw in more than 200,000 day. And we're just talking about here in Dallas. But think about how we started the pandemic with canceling the Livestock Show Rodeo Show in Houston, the second of the state fair, and then he's in the obstruction road compete for the biggest outdoor fairs in the country. And both of them cancel now. Oh, my goodness. Well, you no, of course not just about the fair goers about the vendors. Fletcher's corny dogs they staple at the state fair. Of Texas since the 19 forties, and so Far the word is that the fair is cancel that's hitting G Fletcher. Hard heart, Of course, you know, like everyone else we love being there. You know, greedy ones every year, but we do understand and agree with sight. They're bored. Miss Fletcher says she'll really miss talking to the thousands of fair goers who stopped by the booth to share their stories of how they've grown up. But the Ah fried treat. We've got a major problem in the stockyards and four worth will check traffic and weather together next and now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. So the the weather is.
"marissa conde anus" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"10 80 k R L D YOUR News Now It's a shot to the heart of Texas. Good morning. It is 11 30. I'm John Little, the State Fair of Texas has become the latest casualty. Off the Corona virus. Carol these LP, Phillips says the board of directors met by Zoom in the state fair has been cancelled. News of the cancellation hit like a thunderbolt fairgoers and a youth who compete in livestock shows across the state and to the local economy of North Texas. $400 million impact removed. Marissa Conde Anus. This is the first time since World War two and 134 year history that the fair has been cancelled. I believe Repligen 75 years now, since it's been cancelled, so You know this decision it felt far beyond the loss of our annual celebration. The State Fair Board is still trying to develop a way to hold livestock shows to let the thousands of rural students compete for prizes and scholarship. Money LP, Phillips News Radio 10 80 Kenya Roldy and Octoberfest in Fredericksburg. It's also been officially canceled due to the increase in covert 19 cases. It was originally scheduled for the weekend of October 2nd through the fourth. This would have been the festival's 40th anniversary. Still, no signs of Corona virus subsiding in tearing county. Addressing the commissioner's court this morning, Terek County Public Health Director Vinnie Tunisia says there are 763 new cases of Covad 19 and 10 deaths that will be reported today. That brings the total number of cases in Tarrant County since the start of the outbreak. Two more than 15,000 plus 248 deaths, a county in South Texas, meanwhile, cracking down to try to stop the spread of the virus. Steve Cantu is the station manager of TSN affiliate KPs. Oh, and fell furious. He breaks down what's in the order in Brooks County. The deal is that the county attorney sent a letter and, uh, states any person that has tested positive for the virus. Not being released by the Texas Department of State Health Services must isolate themselves from any other people until the receiver a release. And if they're not, then they could be subject to. Ah. Arrest cases in Brooks County have more than tripled in the past week. Dallas police are marking four years since the deadliest day for law enforcement since the September 11th attacks for Dallas police officers and one dart officer that were killed on July 7th 2016 when they were walking through downtown, blocking streets for a protest. Police shootings in Louisiana in Minnesota Dallas Police Association president might modest says protests over the death of George Floyd have brought more attention to the role of police activist you know, always complained wise. You're such a strong police presence. Why do we have people on top of buildings? Because they for gotten four years ago, we put officers in the ground and we were protecting. A black lives matter. Protest. Dallas Police are not holding a public memorial this year because of the pandemic. The families of the five officers killed our meeting for a private service today at Dallas Police headquarters. This is Alan's Kaya, the mayor of Dallas is many officers and civilians who were downtown July 7th, 2016 are still carrying physical and mental scars from the shooting. He posted a video on Twitter, saying, We're still grieving with the officersfamilies. We lost five.