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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:00 min | 3 d ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning it's friday january fifteenth. I'm mary hildebrandt. And here are the top stories from the dallas morning news brought to you by the so-fi daily podcast. Eighty percent of new year's resolutions fail by the second week of february if reaching financial independence is something. You're striving for in two thousand and twenty one. Don't let your goals fall by the wayside. Listen to the so-fi delete podcast every weekday to keep informed and keep your financial resolutions search for so-fi wherever you get your podcasts. Today will be sunny but windy with a high of fifty eight n d low tonight of thirty three our top story dallas mayor eric johnson says the city could end its agreement with dallas county to vaccinate nine texans after he learned that judge clay jenkins and county officials unilaterally. Allowed people seventy five and over to walk up without registering at the fair park site. The last minute and temporary decision was a reversal. That's added more confusion to the rollout of the covid. Nineteen vaccine in a letter to jenkins obtained by the dallas morning news. Johnson said that while he supports allowing eligible residents to walk up to the south dallas mega vaccination site. The public is being given contradictory information on how to get a shot and it's preventing residents from getting inoculated as soon as possible. Johnson also said if dallas county health and human services does not make a good faith effort to partner with the city of dallas. going forward. we'll be forced to reevaluate our contract in education. The pandemic upended schools usual way of teaching students forcing everyone to adjust in little and big ways. Dallas elementary school teacher. Angela davis who is celebrating three decades as an educator changed the way she worked with gifted and talented students often giving grace to those who were less engaged. Michael hinojosa who is in his second stint as disd superintendent had to make decisions on the fly which sometimes resulted in school. Board trustees low about new policies from the media.

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:35 min | 5 d ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning it's wednesday january thirteenth. I'm mary hildebrandt. And here are the top stories from the dallas morning news brought to you by the so-fi daily podcast. Eighty percent of new year's resolutions fail by the second week february if reaching financial independence is something. You're striving for in twenty one. Don't let your goals fall by. The wayside listened to the so-fi podcast every weekday to keep informed and keep your financial resolutions search for so fi. Wherever you get your podcasts today will be sunny with a high of fifty nine any low tonight of forty-three our top story hospitalizations in both dallas county and across the state set new highs with the latter topping. Fourteen thousand for the first time. Dallas county also reported a single day record of three thousand five hundred forty nine new coronavirus cases yesterday along with fourteen additional deaths. This means that according to state data the number of texans killed by the virus surpassed thirty thousand nine of the latest people to die lived in dallas a woman in her forties three men and two women in their sixties two men in their seventies and demand in his eighties. The other victims were two highland park residents a man in his sixties and a woman in her seventies to mosquitoes men in their fifties and sixties and disodium man in his fifties all fourteen had underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk for complications from the virus in politics president. Donald trump visiting the border wall in south texas for the last time boasted that his signature project has saved.

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning it's wednesday december twenty third. I'm mary hildebrandt. And here are the top stories from the dallas morning news brought to you by audible. Today will be increasingly windy with decreasing clouds and a high of sixty five tonight will be clear and much colder with a low of thirty four. Our top story is fifty. Paramedics with dallas fire. Rescue will be among the first city workers to get covid nineteen vaccines today and more could start getting inoculated as early as saturday parkland health and hospital. System officials offered to provide fifty doses of the pfizer vaccine. Two city employees said rocky house. Dallas is emergency management director separately. The city will receive two thousand doses of moderna vaccine by christmas day officials plan to start vaccinating city employees at the k bailey hutchinson center this weekend with a priority on first responders were hoping we get an equal amount next week but we just don't know that said at this point we receive whatever the state allocates and we make the best use of it in related news governor greg. Abbott pulled up the sleeve of his white t shirt yesterday and received the cove nineteen vaccine then spreading his arms wide. He looked into the television camera broadcasting the event live. It's that easy. he said. Abbott and department of state health services. Commissioner john heller stead received the shop publicly yesterday in an effort to reassure texans that the vaccine is safe as the state begins funneling doses to hospitals and pharmacies recent polls have indicated that some texans are hesitant to get the shot about sixty three percent of texans are likely to be vaccinated according to a december survey by the episcopal health foundation while the percentage of respondents unlikely to get covid nineteen vaccine dropped over the past few months. It's still hovers around twenty percent. The survey found in sports fans hoping to watch the mavericks in american airlines center will have to wait..

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:12 min | Last month

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning it's wednesday december sixteenth. I'm mary hildebrandt. And here are the top stories from the dallas morning news brought to you by audible. It'll be chilly today. With some clouds than sun and a high of forty eight tonight expect hazy skies with a low of thirty four our top story is doctors and nurses at parkland memorial hospital charged with saving dallas county's sickest covid nineteen patients were among the first in the lone star. State yesterday to be inoculated with the new covid nineteen vaccine. It happened today. After methodist dallas medical center became the first north texas hospital to receive doses of the pfizer vaccine on monday. The arrival of the vaccine in dallas provides fresh hope in a nearly year-long battle with one of the nation's worst public health crises parkland officials administered the vaccine to multiple health care workers. Who said it would help. Protect them as they take care of the sickest patients the county hospital witch before the global pandemic was already responsible for the care of north texas. Poorest residents is expected to vaccinate nearly six thousand employees during the next eleven days. Assuming more vaccines are made available. All fifteen thousand employees could be inoculated within a month in other news. The third time was definitely not the charm at least for the mountain lion. The big cat with two confirmed sightings in the past month is likely the same one killed recently in a remote area of hunt. County about fifty miles northeast of dallas officials said. The mountain lion was shot and killed by a licensed hunter on private land. Few miles west of celeste in northeast texas said the county game warden. Gary miller junior. The line was an older adult male. That weighed approximately one hundred sixty pounds mountain. Lions are not classified as game in texas and there are no seasonal restrictions on killing or harvesting them. The news spread quickly on social media leaving some wildlife enthusiasts unhappy in state news. The department of public safety announced yesterday that the state's waiver on expired license will end in april and urged texans to schedule an appointment to renew their identification documents as soon as possible. The department of motor vehicles also announced that the waiver on.

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Friday October thirtieth I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here in the top stories from the Dallas. Morning. News brought to you by audible expect plenty of sunshine today with a high of sixty six tonight will be partly cloudy with a low of forty five. Our Top story is Dallas District Attorney. John Cruise Al is asking for help identifying people who may have videos or Photos of protesters who were shot with projectiles during downtown demonstrations. Earlier this summer many major cities across the country including Dallas are facing lawsuits after protesters were shot with less lethal rounds and jailed following demonstrations after the main twenty-fifth death of George. Floyd. In Minneapolis in a news conference yesterday the District Attorney said he needs the public's help to track down evidence or people with. Information stemming from separate incidents on May thirtieth the second day of demonstrations in downtown Dallas win three protesters were seriously injured in Public Health News Dallas County reported six, hundred, fifty, six more coronavirus cases yesterday all of which the county considers new four new cove nineteen deaths were also reported labs either report corona virus cases directly to the county health department or to the state. Health Department, which then relays the information to individual counties of the confirmed cases reported yesterday Dallas, county health officials said two, hundred, seventy four came from the states reporting system. The rest were reported directly to the county health department. The latest victims were to Dallas, men in their eighties, a Cedar Hill man in his forties and Grande. Prairie man in his fifties all had underlying. Health conditions in business news.

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Morning, it's Wednesday October twenty first I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning. News. Brought to you by audible. It'll be partly sunny and humid today with a high of eighty-seven. Tonight will be mostly clear and mild with a low of sixty eight. Our top story is at the peak of Dallas County Summer Corona virus. Wave Parkland. Memorial Hospital had a special Kobe nineteen unit known as the Red Box and three hundred staffers to help people fight disease at the center of a pandemic. By early September, the public hospital tasked with carrying for the county's poorest residents closed that area as cases trend down. But now the hospital's top doctor is warning that a nascent wave of covid nineteen could turn. Into something much worse while not at the same level as our peak in mid-july. Yet, we are well on our way said Dr Fred surrise Parkland CEO in a statement the Dallas Morning News yesterday the number of covid patients at Parkland has tripled in just over a month and the cases we are seeing today reflect community activity from two weeks ago a mandate. For facial coverings which are considered among the most effective health precautions to fight the virus is already in place Dallas County health officials. Last week raised the perceived threat level to read the county's highest alert in high school sports with COVID nineteen cases starting to rise again in Dallas County, and with the county's perceived risk level raised back to read last week Dallas. Is. Considering not allowing fans at its basketball games. This season disd Superintendent Michael Hinojosa told The Dallas Morning News yesterday a final decision won't be made until closer to the first Games Hinojosa said, but the district is starting to explore the impact of potentially having no spectators you. I. L Basketball Teams Start Practicing Wednesday and they can begin games November sixth the boys start week later we`re Trying to figure out whether we're going to allow any fans or not. He Know Hosa said during a meeting with the news editorial board you're in an enclosed arena at least football is outdoors. If it's just the players and the coaches that may give us a better chance to contain that in business news. JC Penney. Filed drafts of its sale agreements yesterday saying it had made significant. Progress towards its planned exit from chapter eleven bankruptcy in late November. The plano based company also disclosed for the first time that the new owners of the one hundred eighteen year old department store chain will turn over pennies defined benefit pension plan to the federal program that ensures it other retiree medical and life insurance benefits were also rejected under the sale agreement. The move affects more than. Fifty two, thousand current and future retirees who are vested in the plan the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, which will assume the plans assets, and the responsibility for paying benefits to retirees has caps on monthly pension payouts but it's not clear based on various formulas how the penny monthly pension will be affected,.

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning it's Wednesday September sixteenth I'm Mary Hildebrandt, and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News brought to you by consumer reports standing for truth fairness and what's right for consumers consumer reports has been on your side. Since nineteen thirty, six with information you can trust on home auto food, health, tech money, and more learn more at C. R., dot org slash consumer. It'll be humid today with intervals of clouds and sun and afternoon thunderstorm in spots and a high of eighty. Eight tonight expect patchy clouds a stray thunderstorm and low of seventy our top story yesterday a day after the Dallas Morning News highlighted the district's current enrollment woes Dallas Isd Superintendent Michael. Hinojosa said that while the district would have to hustle to draw back its youngest students in Prekindergarten, he expected most students to slowly come back to the school especially once in person classes resumed in the coming weeks and help would likely be on the way from any number of avenues if the district suffered. Funding losses that were created by lower enrollment. One thing definitely not in the forecast Hinojosa said was staff cuts enrollment trends across the country and the district's difficulty in distributing technology to all of its students contributed to Dallas seen a dramatic drop in enrollment. If the district's enrollment wasn't made right a decline, a fifteen thousand students would mean tens of millions of dollars less in state funding, which is largely based on attendance Hinojosa was clear though that any effort to address budget shortfalls brought on. By lower attendance would not include layoffs in other news Dallas County is slightly lowering its property tax rate for the first time in more than a decade keeping its billion dollar budget flat while investing more than five million dollars to increase employee pay 'em support criminal justice reform efforts. However, not every resident we'll see a decrease in tax bills because the rate applies to assessed value or the properties worth for tax purposes. So if an assessment stayed flat, a homeowners should see a decrease from the. County of about three dollars thirty, six cents per one hundred, thousand dollars of assessed property value according to a county estimate. If the value increased a higher invoice would follow county commissioners unanimously approved the new property tax rate and budget yesterday. The five member governing board also approved the budget and a slightly lower tax rate for Parkland, health and hospital system to read the full story go to. Dallas News Dot Com in politics Senator.

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Friday <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> September eleventh. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I'm Mary Hildebrandt, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and here are the top stories <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> from the Dallas morning. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> News today <Speech_Female> will be humid with times <Speech_Female> of Sunshine and <Speech_Female> clouds, as well as <Speech_Female> a high of eighty. One <Speech_Female> September eleventh. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I'm Mary Hildebrandt, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and here are the top stories <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> from the Dallas morning. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> News today <Speech_Female> will be humid with times <Speech_Female> of Sunshine and <Speech_Female> clouds, as well as <Speech_Female> a high of eighty. One <Speech_Female> tonight will be <Speech_Female> partly cloudy with a <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> low of sixty nine. <Speech_Female> Our top story <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> is Texas <Speech_Female> governor. Greg? Abbott <Speech_Female> yesterday proposed <Speech_Female> punishing cities <Speech_Female> that De <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Fund the police <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> by Yanking their <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> power. Of annexation <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and letting <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> recently next <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> residence vote <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> to be carved out of <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> the city's at <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> a news conference. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> The Republican governor <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> said Thirty Five, thousand <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> people have signed <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Hayes Texas <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> backs the Blue Pledge, <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> which highlights a <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> few cities rethinking <Speech_Female> of their police budgets, <Speech_Female> Democrats <Speech_Female> though accused <Speech_Female> Abbot of trying to <Speech_Female> distract away <Speech_Female> from his failed Corona <Speech_Female> Virus Response <Speech_Female> Abbott <Speech_Female> who last month proposed <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> freezing property <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> taxes of cities <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> that. de-fund or <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> dismantled their police <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> departments was <Speech_Female> adding a new threat <Speech_Female> to local autonomy <Speech_Female> in local <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> news with pressure <Speech_Female> building from a court <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> order, a <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> lawsuit and a cacophony <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> of protests. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Dallas officials <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> are taking the first <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> steps to clean up a <Speech_Female> toxic dumping <Speech_Female> ground known as <Speech_Female> Shingle Mountain. <Speech_Female> The city <Speech_Female> yesterday released a <Speech_Female> bid proposal <Speech_Female> that calls for loading <Speech_Female> and hauling way <Speech_Female> about one, hundred, <Speech_Female> seventy, five, <Speech_Female> thousand yards. Of Shingles <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and related debris <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> from the dump <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> site at Ninety <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Five Twenty Two <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> south central expressway <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> in southeastern <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Dallas <Speech_Female> the materials would be <Speech_Female> moved to Macau Calmest <Speech_Female> Bluff landfill <Speech_Female> on young blood <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> road a quarter <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> mile away council <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> member Omar <Speech_Female> Narvaez said, <Speech_Female> the job is expected <Speech_Female> to cost the city a <Speech_Female> little over two <Speech_Female> million dollars <Speech_Female> in education news <Speech_Female> select groups <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> of Dallas, students are <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> poised to return to campuses. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Earlier than <Speech_Female> planned if the case level <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> of Kobe Nineteen <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> in Dallas, county <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> stays relatively <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> stable <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Dallas ISD <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> rolled out new phase <Speech_Female> <Advertisement>

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:59 min | 4 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good, <Speech_Female> morning it's Tuesday. <Speech_Female> September first. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I'm Mary Hildebrandt <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and here are the top stories <Speech_Female> from the Dallas morning. <Speech_Female> News. Expect <Speech_Female> Times of clouds <Speech_Female> and sun today with <Speech_Female> a heavy thunderstorm <Speech_Female> and a high of ninety two. <Speech_Female> The heat index <Speech_Female> will be one, hundred, <Speech_Female> three tonight <Speech_Female> will be cloudy and <Speech_Female> humid with a strong <Speech_Female> thunderstorm and <Speech_Female> a low of seventy <Speech_Female> six. <Speech_Female> Our top story is <Speech_Female> a legal <Speech_Female> rule on which time <Speech_Female> expired before July <Speech_Female> primary runoff <Speech_Female> elections over <Speech_Female> whether Texas should <Speech_Female> taking more. 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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good Morning it's Friday August twenty eighth. I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning. News. It'll be mostly sunny day with a high of one hundred three expect clear skies tonight with a low of eighty to our top story is Hurricane Mora roared ashore just east of the Texas border in southeastern Louisiana early yesterday the storm pounded the Gulf coast with ferocious wind torrential rains and rising. Seawater, threatening the lives of people who didn't evacuate authorities had ordered coastal residents to get out but not everyone did Laura has since been downgraded to a tropical storm with winds of seventy miles per hour Louisiana Governor John. Bel Edwards reported the hurricanes first fatality a fourteen year old girl who died when a tree fell on her family's home in Leesville. Louisiana. The National Hurricane Center said that Laura slammed the coast. With winds of one hundred, fifty miles per hour at one am yesterday as a category four hurricane near Cameron a four hundred person community about thirty miles east of the Texas border in other news less than two weeks into the start of the fall semester Texas Christian University is quickly becoming one of the nation's hotbeds for covid nineteen on college campuses the number of positive corona virus cases at the Fort Worth. Private University continues to rise hitting three hundred sixty active cases yesterday per the school's own covid nineteen tracking website while the number of new daily cases forty-nine wasn't record. The cumulative total is up sixfold from a week ago, and the total puts TCU in.

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good. Morning it's Tuesday August fourth I'm Mary Hildebrandt, and here in the top stories from the Dallas Morning News, it'll be mostly sunny today with high of ninety four expect a few clouds overnight with a low of seventy three. Our Top story is Dallas County reported three, hundred, eighty, two corona virus cases yesterday, which is its lowest daily total in nearly six weeks county judge Clay Jenkins said in a written statement that the. Continued lower number of new cases is a sign for optimism calling it growing evidence that wearing masks and other precautions are working. The county also reported three more deaths from covid nineteen the disease caused by the virus the county has now reported a total of fifty, one, thousand, four, hundred, ninety cases or about nineteen point five for every one thousand residents tell us counties death toll stands at six, hundred, ninety, one in political. News with Texas increasingly up for grabs. Democrat Joe Biden announced top campaign staff for the state yesterday giving the newly assembled team just three months to build an operation aimed at ending a gop winning streak that dates back forty years first director. The former vice president has hired Rebecca a Kunia of veteran Texas Democratic operative who served as press secretary for Wendy. Davis's twenty fourteen gubernatorial bid. A KUNA became a US citizen only. Two years ago and has yet to vote in a presidential election though she did vote in the march. Primary Kunia is bilingual and steeped in the states. Latino politics thought makes her a key asset. If Democrats make a push in Texas, where Biden with hardly any effort or expense has pulled even with President, Donald Trump in a flurry of recent polls. Also yesterday, the Biden campaign began airing digital ads pegged to the anniversary. Of the massacre at an El Paso Walmart that left twenty three people dead. It was the worst rampage targeting Latinos in modern US history in English and another version with Spanish subtitles. The ads show Biden in Iowa four days later, giving a speech in which he accused trump of fanning the flames of white supremacy in other news DFW International. Airport notified southlake on Friday that north flow winds could cause more airplanes to use. Runway thirty one L., which means more planes taking off to the northwest through the end of the day..

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:05 min | 6 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good. Morning it's Wednesday July twenty ninth I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News isolated thunderstorms are in the forecast for this morning. Otherwise, it'll be partly to mostly cloudy with around ninety five and an overnight low of seventy nine. Our Top story is Dallas County reported fifteen new coping nineteen deaths yesterday and seven hundred eighty nine new cases a marks the third day in a row the county counted less than one thousand cases county judge Clay Jenkins said in a statement that numbers will continue to go down if people continue to take precautions such as wearing a mask keeping a six foot distance from others maintaining good hygiene and avoiding unnecessary trips. Jenkins said I know it's hot and the mask can be uncomfortable at times but it's a small price to pay to keep us safe strengthen our economy and get our kids back to school hospitalizations for the virus may remain high health officials said there were six hundred, ninety seven hospitalizations in Dallas County on Monday, there were also four hundred twenty-five emergency room visits for symptoms of Covid nineteen representing twenty two percent of all visits in education news the Texas Education. Agency is changing course with its guidance on public schools closed by local health orders stating that those campuses will no longer receive full state funding for remote only learning through the duration of those orders Texas Education Commissioner Michael. Told superintendents about the change during a conference call yesterday afternoon on July fifteen t officials stated that the state would fund school districts. If local health officials ordered their campuses shuddered because of covid nineteen concerns as long as virtual instruction was offered current guidance unaffected by yesterday's decision is that also schools are afforded a four week period to offer virtual only instruction with another optional four week period in other news after a brief period of time in which the trump administration sought to end automatic renewals of food stamp. Texas. Has Applied and again, successfully one federal permission to extend.

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good Morning. It's Tuesday July twenty. Eighth I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas. Morning News expect scattered thunderstorms throughout the day and evening hours. The high today is eighty eight with an overnight low of seventy six. Our Top story is Dallas. County reported just four hundred twenty six new coronavirus cases yesterday, but county judge Clay Jenkins said it could be due to a glitch in the states electronic reporting system in a written statement. He said that he's increasingly optimistic that people wearing masks and d'alene unnecessary trips. Trips are helping flatten the recent explosion in cases since the governor's Open Texas plan was implemented. The county also reported to new cove in nineteen deaths, a baulch springs man in his fifties and Dallas man in his sixties. These numbers raised the county's totals to six hundred seven deaths and forty, seven, thousand, two hundred thirty nine cases that works out to be seventeen point nine cases for every one thousand residents in other News Dallas County residents who live outside the city of Dallas including people in Garland Mesquite, Grand Prairie and Now have until August twentieth to apply for thousands of dollars to help pay rent a mortgage or utilities. The aid is through the county's emergency housing assistance program, and is funded by the federal stimulus package passed in March. The county recently reopened and extended the application process for the program which launched early this month relief funds of up to one thousand five hundred dollars. A month for three months are available residents who have lost income because of the cove in nineteen pandemic, and who meet certain other requirements for example applicants cannot receive similar housing assistance from organizations and must make less than eighty percent of the area's median family income applicants must also. Also live in Dallas County, but not in the city of Dallas which operates its own Corona Virus Housing Assistance Program funded by the Cares Act, you can find more information on our website Dallas Dot com in local news yesterday.

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Morning, it's Friday July twenty fourth I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning. News expect a few clouds from time to time today with a high of ninety six. It'll be mostly clear tonight with a low of seventy eight. Our Top story is Dallas. County reported twelve more corona virus deaths yesterday a day after officials announced a single day record of thirty, the also reported six hundred forty eight new cases of the virus yesterday was the third straight day with fewer than one thousand new cases after nine consecutive days of at least one thousand ten at the latest to die, were from Dallas including a man in his thirties. The remaining victims were a Richardson man in. In his nineties, who lived at a long term care facility and Rowlett man in his eighty s, the numbers raise the county's totals to five hundred seventy nine deaths and forty, four, thousand, eighty seven confirmed cases, or about sixteen point seven for every one thousand residents county judge Clay Jenkins noted in a written statement that the latest deaths Dallas County included a younger adult, and that not all of the victims had underlying health conditions, but he said the continued smaller number of new cases could be grounds for optimism in political news, citing recent protests, in Portland, and across the country Senator Ted Cruz scheduled a hearing next Wednesday on political violence carried out by members of the leftist group known as an. Crews has defended President Donald Trump's deployment of federal agents to Portland Oregon and his threats to send more officers to democratic bastions, like Sokoto and New York City to curb unrest, the protests began with demands to end police, brutality and systemic racism. Trump has warned that. The rule is taking hold because local leaders have failed to crack down Portland's mayor and other trump critics say the show of force itself has inflamed tensions, and prompted more violence and vandalism than otherwise would have taken place crews has engaged in a weeks long campaign. ANTIFA, via social media and conservative talk shows emerging as top defender of trump's tactics in other news Texas Senator John Cornyn on Wednesday sought to pass by unanimous consent a bipartisan bill. He's CO authored to make June teeth, a federal holiday only to be blocked by one of his GOP colleagues, Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin the intraparty rift dims the chances in the near term. Term, at least of so, honoring June eighteenth, which marks the emancipation proclamation being announced in Galveston on June, nineteen, eighteen, sixty, five, nearly two years after President Abraham Lincoln issued the order. It also bars Cornyn from notching a notable legislative achievement as he braces for a tough re election challenge from Democrat Mj Hager. The Texan has teamed in the Senate with Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey. At all in the midst of a difficult campaign, albeit in a party, primary in pursuing the federal recognition, which would come after many states, including Texas have already declared the day, a state holiday, and finally restaurants in north. Texas are in jeopardy of failing in the next forty five days. That's according to Ray Washburn, the Dallas businessman who owns highland park village and has. has invested in sixty five restaurants, including Meco Sina Katy Trail Ice House, the rustic Hudson House up on Knox and crew, food and wine bar. Experts say that independently owned restaurants add flavor to the Dallas dining scene, but they're the most vulnerable right now. President and CEO of Texas Restaurant Association Emily Williams night says that, at least twenty five percent of restaurants in. In Texas will fail during this pandemic, and the most vulnerable businesses are independently owned. A group called the Independent Restaurant Coalition is trying to persuade Congress to pump one hundred twenty billion dollars into independent restaurants. The bill called the restaurants act husband introduced in the Senate and the House. It's too early to tell if the bill will be considered for the next covid. COVID nineteen relief package, but a spokesman for the restaurant coalition says it has a growing bipartisan support..

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:29 min | 6 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Morning it's Friday July seventeenth. I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here in the top stories from the Dallas Morning News it'll be mostly sunny today with a high of ninety eight tonight we'll be mostly clear with a low of seventy eight. Our top story is public and private K. twelve schools are pushing back there in person. Start dates to after September seventh after Dallas County, ordered them to do so. Because of the growing number of coronavirus cases in North Texas before September eighth schools can only conduct classes virtually the order says that teachers and school administrators. Administrators can conduct their classes online from their campuses as long as they wear face coverings and maintain social distancing while in their buildings, school sponsored events, including clubs, sports and academic competitions cannot take place until on campus. Classes are allowed Dallas County Judge Clay. Jenkins emphasized that the increase in the number of deadly covid nineteen cases means that decisions about large gatherings of people will remain a moving target at a news conference last night, Jenkins said. This is not a one time decision, unfortunately with the situation that we have here in Texas, there will. Will be many decisions to be made. Dallas County reported one thousand twenty seven new Covid, nineteen cases and sixteen deaths yesterday it was the fourteenth consecutive day with one thousand or more new cases in Dallas County in crime, News, win, Dallas. Mayor Eric Johnson convened a task force to come up with solutions for tackling the record number of homicides. Last year, the group came up with a list of ideas, but had no money to implement them yesterday. Johnson announced that an anonymous donor gave fifty thousand dollars to the 'cause donations for crime reduction programs. Programs will go to the new mayors safe. Communities Initiative Fund which will be managed by the Community Foundation of Texas. Dallas philanthropy. The announcement comes after more than a month of protests against police brutality. Following the death of George Floyd a black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for nearly eight minutes. Protesters have called for public safety reforms ranging from non law enforcement, answering drug and mental health call to investing in impoverished communities, according to a tally of city homicides by the Dallas Morning News. There have been one. One, hundred fourteen so far in twenty twenty, according to police statistics a year ago at this time, there were one hundred seventeen homicides in other news. A group of Fifty One Dallas Arts and cultural organizations announced yesterday that they have adopted uniform. Cova nineteen safety standards that will determine how and when they can reopen and do so safely. The move makes Dallas the first city in Texas whose large and small arts groups have joined forces to respond to the pandemic in fashion. The measure stands in stark contrast to approaches taken by other Texas cities such. Such as Houston and Fort Worth, where museums in particular have already reopened, the new guidelines mandate the use of face masks, they also intend to enforce social distancing as a core principle in determining the number of visitors, ticketing seating and wind, mapping the patron experience, and finally the announcement pledges to work toward low touch or touch free ticketing and transactions. So when will the venues reopen? It varies widely the A T and t performing Arts Center, which oversees five resident companies in the Dallas Arts district hopes to stage performances in its outdoor venue annette. Annette Strauss.

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good Morning. It's Thursday June twenty fifth. I'm Mary Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas. Morning News today will be partly sunny with a high of ninety and a low of seventy four. The air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Tonight will be partly cloudy. Our top story is corona. Virus Hospitalizations in Dallas. County are continuing to rise officials said yesterday. Yesterday as they reported three hundred ninety one new cases of the virus, four more county residents have died from covid nineteen a Cedar Hill, man in his eighties Dallas woman in her eighties lived at a long term care facility a-, grand prairie man in his sixties and Perry woman in her eighties, all four had underlined high risk health conditions. Dallas County has now seen eighteen. Eighteen thousand, one, hundred, thirty five cases, or about six point nine for every one thousand residents and three hundred twenty eight deaths, the county does not report a number of recovery's in local news. As many as two thousand dollars, residents could soon get help paying their rent were mortgages. The City Council yesterday approved an additional ten million dollars from the federal government to expand its. Its rental and mortgage assistance program that was launched in May Council members also approved seven point one million dollars for a program to help the homeless find more permanent housing, but council members asked staff to ensure that news of the aid reaches the city's most vulnerable populations. After early data showed less than half of the applications came from Dallas. Poorest Council districts the new round. Round of funding will be split between Dallas Department of Housing and neighborhood revitalization.

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"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"mary hildebrandt" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Good morning, it's Friday June twelfth I'm Mary, Hildebrandt and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News brought to you by quip. The Quill Electric toothbrush is the only electric toothbrush that supports your news briefing and is used millions of happy healthy mouths set start at twenty five dollars. Get your first refill free at get quip dot com slash morning news. That's get Q. U., p., dot com slash morning news. It'll be partly sunny today. With a high of ninety four tonight will be mainly clear with a low of seventy air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups. Our top story is at a discussion in Dallas on race and policing President Donald Trump recommitted. Recommitted himself yesterday to a policy that police should dominate the streets, a stance that has alarmed minority advocates fighting to tamp down the use of force after a police killing in Minneapolis, but trump also expressed openness to reforms intended to reduce friction between law enforcement, and the public and weed out officers who do abuse their power. The White House took heat for excluding the county's three top law enforcement officials who are all black from an event that at times felt much like a campaign rally, albeit far smaller than usual four trump the president drew cheers, time, and again from hundreds of supporters at Gateway Church as he forcefully rejected complaints about widespread police brutality and mocked. Efforts to de-fund dismantle and disband the police also in politics visit Dallas will have a chance for Redemption The Dallas City Council on Wednesday renewed visit Dallas five year contract banking on promises from the organization's new leaders that they've corrected the tourism arms wrongs of the past the contract will cost the city seventy nine point three million dollars over five years, starting October First Rosa Fleming Director of Dallas, convention and Event Services, said a team at the city would continue to meet with Dallas leaders to ensure they remain compliant with the contract. After several months of negotiations, Council members, said the nonprofit tasked with Marketing Dallas has a new CEO. Craig Davis. Who listened to their concerns and? And adjusted the contract with most of their demands, including a scaled back board and sharper focus on marketing the city instead of the Dallas Fort Worth region in public health news mosquito residents who feel they may have the coronavirus. We'll have a nearby Wednesday with a.