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"Giving freebies to people who take the covert vaccine. I think we do need to have a discussion about incentives. That's Travis County Health Authority. Mark Ascot, who once again this week has expressed his concern over the plummeting demand for vaccines and so incentives could be used to get more people to take that shot, He says. They're already being used in the workforce be in the form of time off, flat out cash money. Payments. But doing so, he says, would require caution. You know, there's a fine line between incentives in coercion. City Council wants an update on what those incentives might look like by next week. Patrick Osborne News Radio K O B Jack In the wake of voters approving a public camping ban, a local nonprofit is working to raise money to help the homeless. Max Moscow with the other ones, Foundation tells Fox seven. They've already helped a lot of people at the state run camp off 1 83 and Monta Poulos. We've built hygiene facilities. We have mail service, Internet access, and we coordinate with other groups to do food access more than $30,000 been raised for the group since prop be past, Moscow says the goal is To build 200 more individual shelter units for people currently living in tents. The Y M C. A of Austin is looking to hire more than 300 people. Starting Monday, the why will begin hosting a syriza of hiring events, those who are hired. We'll also get a bonus of up to $300. The Austin City Council continues to consider changes in the training of police officers that says they're set to mull over restarting classes Counts member Page, Ellis says. The re imagined training program will continue to be reviewed and see public input as it goes on and that it needs to be an opportunity for us to really find tune it and make sure that it is operating in the way that we really need it to, Mayor Steve Adler writes in a public letter. The city is now one step closer to re starting classes and believes they will start June 7th given the progress made John Cooley News Radio K O b. J 704. Here's Austin's on Time traffic with Melinda Brandt. Slow traffic conditions in round rock as you make your Way South bound on 35 in between old settlers, Boulevard and McNeil. We're also seeing a slowdown on the north outside of 35 that start to write around at them. 16 26 extends to William Cannon and then again old tour. You about to Cesar Chavez, and then we have reports of a stalled vehicle over on 35 South founded airport that's off on the right shoulder. Your next reports at 7 15. I'm Melinda Brandt with us and on time Traffic Boston Build your dream backyard this.
"mark ascot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Is listening to Fox TV's Use radio K O B. J I'm Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by nerds in a flash. Travis County Health Authority, Mark Ascot has recommended moving Austin down to Stage four covert restrictions. Mayor Steve Adler says the latest projections out of the University of taxes are very promising Hospitalizations heading down the same way I see you admissions continuing to head down and other says the R Factor, which is the number used to gauge how many people become infected after having contact with one single person with the virus has also come. Me down. It's now 8.85, which means fewer than one person on average is catching, covert through contact with others. With thousands of people now do for a second dose of the cove it vaccine concern has mounted this week over delay in the state shipment to Austin Public Health, but health authority Marquess Scott says there is a lot of misconception about how much protection the first dose gives or doesn't give total efficacy from one shot of Madonna. A to least in the data presented so far is 80.2%, he says. Immunity still builds even beyond 28 days, 12,000 doses will arrive this week and that, Scott says there's no need to panic. If you get that second shot outside of the 28 Day window, the city of Austin's hosting the first of three budget town halls tonight, this one will focus on public safety to others planned for later this month will cover the environment and economic opportunity. And as the national discussion over $15 minimum wage gains steam, a lot of local business owners are concerned about how that could impact him. TJ Finn with the bass drop business owners associations, as especially right now, there's far too much uncertainty. I think common sense tells us if you raise the wage. No matter what the product is, you're gonna have to raise the president product to pay that way, says the higher cost of goods and services could send customers elsewhere, leaving businesses even less capable of making that $15 an hour wage is gonna look at your news radio K LBJ radar Weather watch low clouds giving way to some sunshine this afternoon cooler with a high 63 turning cloudy tonight with a passing shower lates and a low 49 from the Weather Center..
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"Trump said people thought that what I said was totally appropriate. Different Take, though, from Congresswoman Liz Cheney, the number three Republican in House leadership who wrote there has never been a greater betrayal by a president of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday. The president's actions demonstrate his absolute inability discharge the most basic and fundamental powers and duties of his office. Therefore, the president must be removed from office. Immediately. The House passed a resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump. Vice president said in a statement. He will not do that No president has ever been impeached. Twice. Brian Clark ABC News We had to Frank for now a governor Andy Bashir, who says that the state is seeing the post holiday covert surge. In his briefing Tuesday, Governor Bashir reported 3053 new cases the fourth highest Tuesday. We're sure that this is a a surge caused by gatherings through the holidays. But there is a chance and what we're seeing in the data that while people gathered in the holidays that maybe now they've changed their behavior back to being very careful. If that's the case, then hopefully we'll see a leveling off. This year announced 22 new deaths, bringing the total to 2944. The positivity rate is a 12.23% Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. We're heading to Texas, where the scale of the covert outbreak is reflected in the size of the facilities being opened to respond to it. NBC's Jim Ryan says Alternate care sites are popping up all across the area. The Austin Convention Center, with its quarter million square feet has been transformed into a massive field hospital for patients who need a level of care below an intensive care unit. And while it could eventually serve 1000 covert patients, our hope is that we never see a patient in this site. Austin's Health Authority, Dr Mark Ascot, says. That would mean that everyone is following CDC guidelines and the numbers are declining, unfortunate this stage. Our expectation is that we will receive patients generally in ABC News, Dallas. After a record breaking year for homicides. Gun violence continues to play global the Metro already seeing increases in deadly shootings compared to the same time last year. Cities barely through the first half of January. It's already recorded 40 shootings. 11 of them have been fatal. In January of 2020 lover recorded nine homicides and 23 shootings for the entire month marks that the city passed this year some time ago. We're in terror hope now. That's where in the overnight hours the only woman on federal death row was executed. Our Paul Miles was an official witness. The execution of Lisa Montgomery was quick and silent. The convicted murderer gave no last statement before she was given a lethal injection at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. In fact, Montgomery's eyes were closed the entire time she'd never made contact with the witnesses on the other side of the glass. The execution was delayed until after one o'clock in the morning. Thanks to last minute appeals filed by Montgomery's attorneys. She is the first woman to be executed by the federal government and 67 years. In Terra Haute, Indiana. Find Paul Miles your next news updates at a time Will Clark news radio a 40 w H A s All right, fellas. 7 35 at news radio 8 40 W H A s Um, the last time we had a mega million's close to this number, actually, away above this number was back in 2000 and 18. You remember the number of willing No, I don't like b $1.54 billion.1 in 2018 enough anymore for that plane anymore. Scott will play Phillips Toobin. Right, Well, your mail's not lines will be long and my favorite grocery, I'd go 79. I make like a run because regional have advertised on Saturday night, so I'll go get some get some stuff for the game Saturday night or whatever, and I always stop on my way out and grabs. I don't do Mega millions. I do Powerball, and there's never a line. But I imagine now I'm gonna have start waiting in line behind me. Well, the mega millions drawing this time. Is half that It's $750 million ahead of Friday's strong isn't the Powerball right behind it, though. It's well, it's close, but it's a measly 550 mil. Yes, of course. Yeah course had one number in the Powerball yesterday. I got really excited, too, because it was the.