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Coronavirus death toll tops 2 million worldwide

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 5 hrs ago

Coronavirus death toll tops 2 million worldwide

"Due to the coronavirus closing in on 400,000 in this country. Total coronavirus deaths in the U. S air now more than 391,000 says Johns Hopkins University States. Report 244,000 cases 127,000 covert hospital patients and over 3600 new virus debts Friday, according The covert tracking project. The seven day average for tests is at a record high, encouraging news. The seven day averages four cases are declining in all four region, which is he's chuck Secrets and reporting worldwide. The death toll from covert 19 is now over two million.

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Fresh update on "morning news" discussed on Home Fix It Show

Home Fix It Show

00:51 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morning news" discussed on Home Fix It Show

"The people that walk in our store. It's been an ongoing nonstop issue. There's searching there. They're grasping at straws because they've been trying other products, and they've bought something that they thought was going to help solve their problem. And it didn't you're listening to Beth and arch support specialist at the Good Feed store. A client came into my store last year that has had planter fasciitis for 30 years. He literally walked in with a handful of products and said, This is what I've been wearing. I looked at him. I said, Are you kidding me? I've been here for 14 where you been for? Over 20 years We've been helping people live the life they love without letting their feet get in the way. I'm just sad that he spent so many years with so much discomfort. Helped relieve a problem that's plagued him for 30 years. I mean, how do you not go home and talk about that? See what we can do for you with the free, personalized arch support fitting That's a good feed store. You'll find America's art support experts in Sandy Springs, Kennesaw, Alpharetta and Mall of Georgia. Call 1 800 New feet or visit good feet. S ee dot com The WSB news and Traffic teams will keep you updated all weekend here on 95.5 WSB. This is God Slade, host of Atlanta's morning news. Listen first thing Monday to.

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Retired Chicago firefighter speaks out after being falsely accused in Capitol attack

WBZ Morning News

00:47 sec | 5 hrs ago

Retired Chicago firefighter speaks out after being falsely accused in Capitol attack

"Retired Chicago firefighter David Quint of L. Caught up in a nightmare linked to the riot that he had nothing to do with falsely accused online of attacking Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. During the violence quick to bail, says he was home at the time celebrating his wife's birthday. He says. These types of accusations gotta hand stop this Social media. Then credible. Material put out there with no catch a quinces whatsoever. They could ruin someone's life. And now Quinn develop his family have a police officer stationed in front of their home by the way they have 700 miles away from Washington. Police officer in

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Fresh update on "morning news" discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:30 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morning news" discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Is frothing at the mouth and closer to home. A Cape Cod lawmaker responding after Vandals target flags. Representing first responders. Lee This is the fourth or fifth time someone has damaged the flag state. Rep. Stephen Eggs are Gross doesn't understand why someone would want to destroy flags that represent police, firefighters, E M. T s doctors and nurses. Vandals did just that overnight, damaging a number of flags hanging from the first responders Appreciation overpass at Exit five and West Barnstable, like someone took acid dumped him on each flag, and it melted the flag. Eggs. Roo says a good Samari. Didn't have stepped forward and is offering to pay for replacing the flags. That person is also providing $2500 in reward money for information leading to an arrest in the case. It's just a reminder that we stay strong and rise above it. We've already wanted new flags will put a brand new set right back up. Tommy Clough WBZ Boston's news radio, There is their story of a retired Chicago firefighter David Quick, the Valley who's caught up in a nightmare scenario. Linked to the riot on Capitol Hill, even though he was hundreds of miles away, falsely accused online of attacking Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died After being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher during the violence. The Valley, said he was home at the time in the Chicago area celebrating his wife's birthday. He says. These types of accusations have to stop. Stop this.

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Retired Chicago firefighter speaks out after being falsely accused in Capitol attack

WBZ Morning News

00:47 sec | 5 hrs ago

Retired Chicago firefighter speaks out after being falsely accused in Capitol attack

"Retired Chicago firefighter David Quint of L. Caught up in a nightmare linked to the riot that he had nothing to do with falsely accused online of attacking Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher. During the violence quick to bail, says he was home at the time celebrating his wife's birthday. He says. These types of accusations gotta hand stop this Social media. Then credible. Material put out there with no catch a quinces whatsoever. They could ruin someone's life. And now Quinn develop his family have a police officer stationed in front of their home by the way they have 700 miles away from Washington. Police officer in

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Fresh update on "morning news" discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:43 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "morning news" discussed on WBZ Morning News

"However, you get your podcasts. WBZ is news that matters Most White House A peters President Trump the eyes They're 2 32 Days or 1 97 resolution is adopted, is laid upon the William president becomes the first presidency. IMPEACH TWICE stay in the know with WBZ Boston's news radio celebrating 100 Years of public service to New England, This is WBC news radio on I Heart radio station. 44 degrees and rain in Boston at 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's happening..

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FBI Dallas office working to identify individuals involved in Washington, DC protests

WBAP Morning News

00:58 sec | 6 hrs ago

FBI Dallas office working to identify individuals involved in Washington, DC protests

"Is is open open more more than than 275 275 cases cases nationwide nationwide against against individuals individuals believed believed have have been been involved involved in the Capitol Hill riots. Special agent in charge of the Dallas Field office. Matthew Discern, No says the department is working to identify anyone who was involved in those protests. Just analyst have been gathering evidence sharing intelligence and working with federal prosecutors toward bringing appropriate charges, and that includes those that are high visibility like Larry Rendell, Brock Jr and Jenna Ryan. And those that are not as publicly well known like Troy Anthony smocks. Smocks has been charged with knowingly and willfully transmitting threats in interstate commerce. FBI says he's been posting on social media calls for armed Trump supporters to hunt down those he calls traitors identified by smocks. As Democrats, rhinos and tech executives. What does the

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Flu vaccine mandate in Massachusetts dropped

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 8 hrs ago

Flu vaccine mandate in Massachusetts dropped

"Students in Massachusetts are no longer required to get a flu shot in order to attend school. The State Health Department removed the vaccine mandate yesterday. The requirement was announced last summer as a way to keep hospitalizations down amid the pandemic. But DPH cited a mild flu season and a need to focus on Getting people vaccinated for the Corona viruses, reasons for dropping that mandate. Massachusetts had been the first state to require the flu shot for kids K to 12 and also for college students, but some parents protest ID that

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Kyrie Irving fined $50,000 by NBA for attending indoor party

WBBM Late Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Kyrie Irving fined $50,000 by NBA for attending indoor party

"For violating the league's Coben protocols by attending a family birthday party last week at Kyrie, also losing game checks for Tuesday and Wednesday. Because they are now part of a mandated five day quarantine. If he continues to test negative, he can rejoin the Nets tomorrow. The Wizard's covert outbreak now reportedly

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Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium reopens as COVID-19 vaccination site, one of the largest in the country

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium reopens as COVID-19 vaccination site, one of the largest in the country

"L. A county does not have enough virus vaccine doses to expand the distribution right now to the people over the age of 65 with the Sea city is opening up that massive vaccination site today at Dodger Stadium. This is time it's for the health care workers. We look at the latest in the pandemic. Answering your questions present by covert clinic dot orig. You can submit the questions by Facebook and Twitter is the hash tag KNX coroner Questions or send us an E media email at Corona questions, Mechanics 10 70 dot com.

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New York Yankees, DJ LeMahieu finalizing six-year, $90M contract, sources say

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

New York Yankees, DJ LeMahieu finalizing six-year, $90M contract, sources say

"And Second Basement, D. J. Lo Mayhew have worked out a six year contract extension. LeMay, who has been AH dynamic acquisition by the Yankees from the Rockies over the last two seasons, won the batting title last summer had 3 64 with 10 home runs. And in 2019. He had 3 27 for the Bronx Bombers. 26 homers and 102 runs batted in. Phillies and reliever Archie Bradley have worked out a one year deal. The Giants and free agent left handed starter Alex would of one year deal. What is 30 years old? Nine years in the majors, mostly with the Braves and the Dodgers? He will Joined Cueto Gausman and Dishcloth Feeney in the rotation. 53 44 in his career of 3, 45 e R. A was 16 and three untold star with the Dodgers and 2017 with the 2 72. But he missed most of the last two seasons with back and shoulder injuries. Major League Baseball

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FBI has arrested more than 100 people over Capitol siege in Washington, DC

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:00 min | 1 d ago

FBI has arrested more than 100 people over Capitol siege in Washington, DC

"Jeff to Gaze has more on the sweep that has followed last week's attack of the U. S. Capitol. The FBI is so far arrested more than 100. Rioters from last week's deadly assault and identified over 200 suspects. That entire building is filled with treason. Straight. Yes, sir. Death is the only remedy for what's in that building. Including Peter Steger, charged with civil disorder for beating a Capitol police officer with a flagpole as he was dragged down the Capitol steps that D C police officer Mike for known he's self deployed to the sea. He spoke with our affiliate in Washington. W Yusa. Guys were like grabbing gear off my vest. I remember guys chanting like killing with his own gun in another area of the riot. Investigators say. Robert Sanford, a retired Pennsylvania firefighter, threw what appeared to be a fire extinguisher that hit three officers in the head. He was also a resident on Thursday. So was Kevin Seefried, who was carrying a Confederate flag through the capital. With

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U.S. Retail Sales Fell in December, While Holiday Sales Rose

The KFBK Morning News

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Retail Sales Fell in December, While Holiday Sales Rose

"Down in December And you also see Holiday sales up better than expected. 8.3%. I'm sure love you're going. How does that jive well? Retail sales would include holiday sales all day sales basically being people buying gifts, But retail sales also includes restaurants, gasoline, hotels, all that sort of thing when you make a good point about the travel to I

U.S. retail sales fall for the 3rd straight month, pounded by the pandemic again

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. retail sales fall for the 3rd straight month, pounded by the pandemic again

"Sales down for the third straight month. Surgeon virus cases can people away from stories over the holiday shopping season as it turns out? Please report out this morning at another sign the pandemic is slowing the economy. We're seeing the big retail names move lower this morning. WalMart, Macy's Nordstrom Ross stores, all pulling back. The

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‘Kill him with his own gun’: Police describe facing the mob at the Capitol, Washington DC

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

‘Kill him with his own gun’: Police describe facing the mob at the Capitol, Washington DC

"D. C police officer, revealing the harrowing experience of being pulled into a mob of violent protesters in the capital, D. C. Metro officer Michael Finn own told CNN that his members of the group got him on the ground somewhere. Yelling to kill him with his own gun for known was Pepper sprayed Taser. And rioters started stripping his gear. They had pipes and, um you know different metal objects, batons, some of which I think they had taken from From law enforcement personnel. They were striking us with those You thought about using deadly force but figured he'd be quickly overpowered and killed for known, said some members of the group eventually protected him from the others.

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Pigeon thought to have crossed Pacific escapes death in Australia

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Pigeon thought to have crossed Pacific escapes death in Australia

"Pigeon named after the president elect isn't targeted for death anymore. Australia's acting prime minister was talking tough about a racing pigeon. They named Joe that they thought made it to Australia from the U. S. Joe has come in. You know why that Has not made a strict biosecurity measures. Then bad luck, Joe either fly home or face the consequences, but now are racing pigeon official in the U. S. Says a band on the Bird's leg is a fake. It's now thought the bird may be local and not a bio security risk. So plans to catch and kill are off. Steve Cave and CBS News. 6

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WHO team arrives in Wuhan to investigate pandemic origins

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

WHO team arrives in Wuhan to investigate pandemic origins

"The World Health Organization team now and the Chinese city of Wuhan to investigate the origins of the pandemic Scientific data shoes, It could be In some other places as well. We still need collection data that Chinese doctor doesn't believe that covered 19 started there. The W H O team will have to be quarantined for two weeks before continuing their research

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Houston weather, rain potential next week

Houston's Morning News

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Houston weather, rain potential next week

"The winds were gonna pick up as that Cold front continues to make its way off toward the east and the colder air races toward the Gulf Coast. Heard. It's really nice around here this time of year, so we're getting a little bit of his It from some cooler temperatures and a breezy day today for the most part temperatures this afternoon in the mid to upper fifties over the weekend, we've got more sunshine and a little more warrants where the upper fifties to low sixties Saturday and Sunday Monday looks really good because we're still dry. And were mild temperatures low to mid sixties. On Monday. We'll start to get some rain a few showers Tuesday and looking a soggy next week right now, the possibility of rain most up next week.

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Disneyland Ends Annual Pass Program As Parks Remain Closed Due To Pandemic, Los Angeles

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Disneyland Ends Annual Pass Program As Parks Remain Closed Due To Pandemic, Los Angeles

"Fans of Disneyland's annual theme park passes air going to be disappointed to hear that, after almost 40 years of offering the program Disney is doing away with it at the California theme parks. Citing the pandemic. Uncertainty with the parks currently closed. The annual passes will continue with the Florida parks, which are open.

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Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million

"1952 Mickey Mantle baseball cards sells for a record $5.2 million at auction. Topps card is reportedly in mint condition and one of only a few left in existence was first produced. The card cost just five cents. It's price smashes the previous record of just under $4 million for autographs. 2009 Mike Trout card.

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Golfer Cabrera arrested in Rio for extradition to homeland

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:27 sec | 1 d ago

Golfer Cabrera arrested in Rio for extradition to homeland

"And Brazil's federal police have arrested Argentine golfer on hell Cabrera for extradition to his homeland to face charges for several crimes allegedly committed From 2016. The last year past winner of both the Masters and the U. S Open was on the Interpol's red cold lists. Officials in Argentina have charged him with assault theft, illegal intimidation. And repeated disrespect to

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"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:59 min | 1 d ago

"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"On tuesday night davis and tina hosa joined the dallas morning news education lab and their virtual event to reflect on how the fall semester went for north texas students and educators. Go online to see the five major takeaways from the talk in court. News air force veteran larry rendall brock. Junior was released from custody yesterday. Following a detention hearing in federal court the fifty four year old grapevine man was identified in photos as part of the mob that stormed the us capital last week and fbi agent told the judge that the decorated air force veterans spoke of committing violence in furtherance of a coming civil war and rebellion against the us government but u s magistrate judge. Jeffrey cureton ordered brock released on restrictive conditions including house arrest following the detention hearing brooke antonio a federal public defender argued that his client is charged with misdemeanors and isn't accused of hurting anyone. It's an allegation of a trespass with craziness going on. He said that's all we have antonio. The government has no evidence that brock is dangerous and finally three days before a mob trump supporters stormed the us capitol building representative. Pete sessions tweeted that he had met with one of the groups that organized the rally and told them to keep fighting sessions a waco. Republican deleted the tweet the day after the deadly riot. That's according to the site political whoops which keeps track of deleted tweets by public officials. The january third tweet said had a great meeting today with folks from stop the steel nation's capitol. I encourage them to keep fighting and assured them i look forward to doing my duty on january. Sixth sessions also used the hashtags. Half tag stop the steel and hashtag legal votes count however sessions changed his tone the afternoon of the riots calling for unity across the country. Today there was an illegal and unprecedented charge on the us capitol. It should not have occurred and should not be tolerated. He tweeted sessions office..

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"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Of two hundred, thirty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four early votes in Dallas County over six hundred, twenty, thousand residents have voted since the start of early voting on October thirteenth easily. Topping early voting record of five, hundred, forty, nine, thousand, six, hundred, forty, three votes set in two, thousand, sixteen in politics yet another one of the top employees who accused Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton of serious crimes is leaving the agency. Darren. McCarty Deputy Attorney General of Civil Litigation confirmed he resigned yesterday Paxton a Republican in his second term is accused by senior staff members of serious crimes related to his relationship with real estate developer and campaign donor nate. Paul, seven of the agency is most senior employees recently reported Paxton to law enforcement. After they said, he used the office in attempts to help Paul several times in the last year with McCarthy's departure all. But one of the seven staff members who raised concerns about Paxton's behavior have left state employment or been sidelined in other news as recent as last month Redfield tarn in Dallas was so popular on Saturday nights that patrons would wait in a line. That would wrap around the building even during the coronavirus pandemic but on Saturday redfield tavern was empty inside and out its name painted over in black members of the Gay Community in Dallas are boycotting redfield after an audio recording revealed its owners displeasure with the bars identity as in overtly gay establishment co owner Joe. Tillotson says in an interview with the Dallas Morning News that he did not know he was being recorded by Lindsey Schmidt a manager who. Has since quit her job at the bar and finally in Two Thousand Eighteen Democrat Collin allred beat longtime gop lawmakers Pete sessions to flip Congressional district thirty two from red to blue and help his party sees the US House..

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"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"morning news" 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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"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

03:17 min | 3 months ago

"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Aquariums, and others may operate at seventy five percent capacity just last month Abbott eased covid nineteen restrictions for numerous businesses but movie. Theaters amusement parks and others were kept at fifty percent and bars still weren't allowed to open Abbott explained then that he was working with state officials on finding ways to safely reopen bars, he also noted that he needed to see the spread of the virus continue to be contained before any additional openings could be expanded three weeks. Later Abbot acted announcing Wednesday that bars can at. Fifty percent capacity if county officials approve along with easing other capacity limits in Crime News, a Carrollton mayor candidate was arrested Wednesday and faces one hundred nine felony charges related to acusations. Voter Fraud said Denton County authorities thirty nine year old Mirza Muhammed faces twenty five counts of unlawful possession of ballot, all second degree felonies and eighty four counts of fraudulent use of a mail ballot. All third degree felonies according to the Denton County Sheriff's Office the investigation began September twenty third after the Denton County Elections Office alerted the sheriff's Office to possible fraud involving absentee ballot applications several. Ballots were requested to be sent to a Lewisville post office box that allegedly belonged to a nursing home said officials when investigators contacted the residents whose names were on the ballots they learned the residents had not asked that the ballots be sent to the post office box. In other news the damage is clear cut they destroyed an ecological jewel said, Kelly cotton a nearby resident of the area and longtime whiterock environmental activists after encore contractors last month bulldozed and clear cut a wide swath of land that runs through A. Beloved. Historic Wildlife area close to a lake city officials, environmentalists and many East Dallas residents were united in anger and bitterness over the unforeseen actions taken by the energy company. The Dallas Park and recreation board called encore to temporarily suspend its tree and brush clearing activities along its right of way after the energy company cut down to the ground at least three acres of trees and brush that made up part of the old fish hatchery nature area in the southwest corner of White Rock Lake City officials have been meeting with. encore this week to get to the bottom of what happened and finally President Donald Trump pulled out of next week's debate with Democratic nominee. Joe Biden after the nonpartisan debate commission announced yesterday that the event would take place virtually because of the president's with cove nineteen trump's campaign announced that he would hold a rally that night instead the next debate was set for October fifteenth in Miami trump lags in national polls and conventional wisdom holds that he would need more debates to change the trajectory. So pulling out is a potentially. Risky move within hours trump offered to delay the second and third debates by a week a- gambit. The Biden team rejected Biden was willing to participate virtually if the debates were held on schedule but refused to meet face to face if the president remains contagious the Dallas morning news rewards program is proud to bring you virtual events for more information and upcoming events. Please visit rewards stopped Dallas.

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"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"The state, a deadline of September twenty third after the Department of public, safety to comply with the motor-voter law that law the National Voter Registration Act requires states to allow residents to simultaneously registered vote when applying for renewing or filing a change of address for their. Driver's license Texans were only allowed to do. So in person until now on Wednesday, the deadline set by Garcia Texas updated its online system to allow Texans to register to vote online the Texas Tribune first reported this is voting rights victory for all Texans the president of the Texas Civil Rights Project Mimi. Ziani. said in a statement it's a particular victory for younger Texans and poor Texans who on. Average change address more often in political news yesterday Texas Governor Greg. Abbott announced six more legislative proposals aimed at backing police officers, including making it a felony that carries mandatory jail time for anyone who destroys property or strikes a police officer during a riot Texas will always defend the First Amendment right to peacefully protest but Texas is not going to tolerate violence vandalism or riot said Abbott at the. Dallas Police Association Headquarters in the Cedars Neighborhood Abbott added that he would mandate felony offenses for using lasers to target police officers, blocking hospital entrances and exits by protesters, using fireworks at protests and aiding and abetting riots with funds or organizational assistance. House Speaker Dennis Bonnin joined Abbott, as well as several Republican House members, candidates, and police union leaders after news conference, they all signed a Texas back blue pledged. By Abbot in response to Abbott's new Legislative Proposals State Representative Coral Sherman senior a Democrat from Soto said the governor should also be concerned about the views of residents seeking police reforms and social justice, and finally the Dallas Morning News has produced a special audio report about the historic community of joppy architecture critic Mark Lamb..

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"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"morning news" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News

"Specific qualifications. Go to Dallas News Dot Com in education thousands of north Texas children could be among the lost generation of students after they stopped participating in online learning more than one hundred, thousand children across eighty North Texas districts never engaged in assignments or stopped doing them by May first weeks after their schools closed down because of the cove nineteen crisis according to an analysis by The Dallas Morning News of new state. Data, the news also found that nineteen thousand students were never in contact with school officials or dropped out of contact educators and researchers worried that this disconnect could result in significant gaps for students at the start of the twenty, twenty, twenty, twenty, one school year with some children potentially behind as much as a year of Instruction Dallas ISD officials say they did their best to track down as many students as it could when schools closed down in March to read the full story go to Dallas News Dot Com. And finally disodium schools as acting. Superintendent. Don Hooper appointed to that role just three days ago apologized yesterday after receiving criticism from members of the disorder community for a social? Media? History. On Tuesday screen captures of Hooper's facebook page started circulating among the disorder community over the past two years. The pictures showed Hooper's account shared memes and messages that disparaged Black, activist Colin Kaepernick mocked Democrats on the day. A summary of the Mullahs report was released to Congress by saying they haven't been this mad at Republicans since we freed their slaves. and. dismissed the idea of racial identity. The district shared a statement yesterday saying that it prides itself on its diverse school community and does not support, condone or excuse the rhetoric of the reported content. In response to the outcry Don Huber offered an apology saying in a statement that quote the content in question does not reflect my leadership character nor career. The Dallas Morning News rewards program is proud to bring you virtual events for more information and upcoming events. Please visit Rewards Dot Dallas News, Dot Com for more on these stories, and for the latest breaking news visit Dallas News Dot Com. Thanks and enjoy your day..

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The Dallas Morning News

02:45 min | 5 months ago

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"The state prefer presumptive democratic, presidential nominee Joe Biden over President Donald. Trump by nearly ten percent. But Texas overall electorates still prefers trump in the poll released yesterday trump leads Biden by seven percent among registered voters and by five point four percent among the state's most likely voters dots despite Biden's nine point five percent advantage among Hispanic voters the poll the first major research done by the foundation alongside Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy Surveyed. Forty six registered Texas voters online and was conducted between all fourth, and thirteenth the poll was done by the online survey company. YouGov with a Hispanic oversample and has a margin of error of three point, five percentage points it was sponsored by the Dallas Morning News in business news three passengers were caught with loaded guns in their carry on bags at Dallas love field on Friday just days after the transportation security. Administration warns that more people are getting caught with guns at checkpoints since the beginning of the covid nineteen pandemic, it was a day after another individual had a cigarette lighter confiscated at a checkpoint at. Love field because it looked like a gun according to TSA firearms whether loaded or unloaded should never be brought to the security checkpoint in carry on luggage said Amy Williams Tsa Federal Security Director for love field in a statement violators face a fine of up to ten thousand, two, hundred, fifty dollars for trying to bring a loaded gun through a security screening point, and finally, two teenagers are in custody in connection with the slain of an eighteen year old in pleasant grove last week seventeen year old Alexis Carrasco and a fifteen year old boy, each face, a count of capital murder in the death of Alfredo. Authorities found number artists tastes suffered from gunshot wounds about eleven pm Friday in the thirteen hundred block of Celeste drive. He was taken to a hospital where he died relatives told a detective that never had been driving a jeep that night and police did not find it near the crime scene. An arrest warrant affidavit says on Saturday police received a tip that teenagers had carjacked narrow tae caress go was arrested on an unrelated felony warrant yesterday said police in an interview she admitted setting up the carjacking. And said, she was in Nevada's jeep win the juvenile shot the eighteen year old says the affidavit caress go was booked into the Dallas County jail and her bail has not been set the fifteen year old suspect was placed in juvenile detention. The Dallas Morning News rewards program is proud to bring you virtual events for more information and upcoming events. Please visit Rewards Dot Dallas News, Dot Com for more on these stories and for the latest breaking news visit. Dallas News Dot Com thanks and enjoy your day..

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02:25 min | 5 months ago

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"It's Friday August fourteenth. I'm Mary Hildebrand and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News it'll be mostly sunny today with high of one hundred six. It'll be partly cloudy tonight with a low of eighty to our top story is Texas Democrats and Joe Biden campaign called on the state of Texas yesterday to slow efforts to reopen schools amid declining testing and a high number of cases of covid nineteen in the state members of Biden's campaign and State House candidate, Selena? Montoya joined educators on the call to push former vice president Biden's plan. For opening schools while railing against Republican Governor Greg Abbott and President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic. The event comes as Texas public schools start to open mostly without in person instruction and does biden the presumptive Democratic nominee ways whether to devote the resources needed to try a KNOB Texas thirty eight electoral votes. The state has been in the grip of Republicans for decades but has been trending toward. Democrats. Recent polls show a toss up between trump and Biden in Texas Texas public schools have five point, five, million students and more than three, hundred, fifty, thousand teachers. Teachers and their unions have voiced frustration over the states, re-opening plans for schools and those votes could be critical on election day in related news as the school year starts amid the coronavirus pandemic. Some north Texas families are facing difficulties in accessing technology students will need for the coming semester in school districts like and Fort Worth, the two largest in the area clauses begin on September eighth parents of Dallas Students have until August twenty fifth to enroll their students in either online face to face learning in July a Dallas ISD survey found that more than half a families. Preferred, not to send their children to school implying that they must have the necessary equipment to learn remotely those who can't afford to do so in computers and printers for their children but those who do not have the resources will need to apply for a loan equipment from the school or seek donation Dallas Isd a twenty million dollar investment to distribute ipads to approximately forty six thousand students in pre K. to second grade and chromebooks to fourteen thousand students. In third to fifth grade, the distribution began Monday and the districts technology department will organiz distribution events at each. Elementary School in the weeks prior.

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03:56 min | 5 months ago

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"Good Morning. It's Thursday August thirteenth I'm Alex Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning. News. It'll be mostly sunny hot and humid today with a high of one of four and an overnight low of eighty to our top story is Dallas. City officials are investigating how police stormed and arrested peaceful protesters as well as the photographer who captured their violence five days after George. Floyd's death city council members expressed alarm at a report in The Dallas Morning News published Sunday that detailed what happened and called for a special hearing of the Public Safety Committee on August, eighteenth to question police chief you Rene Hall About Officers Actions That first weekend of mass demonstrations downtown. A spokesman for the police department also said it internal affairs division looking into the incident but provided no other detail mayor Eric. Johnson said he was extremely disheartened by the stories findings and said, they fit troubling pattern. The News investigation focused on photographs particularly a close up taking near dusk on May thirtieth along a highway access road where the violence unfolded it showed Sergeant Roger Rudloff a twenty five year veteran of the department blasting pepper balls into a woman's breasts. As she stood only a few feet away according to witnesses and photos of her injuries. He fired the weapon three times. Dallas police policy says, such weapons should only be used on people if they pose a physical. Threat in local news, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has delayed the release of thousands of inmates who tested positive for the corona virus or were exposed to an infected person since the pandemic began families of inmates say some of their loved ones have had their releases postponed several times due to covid nineteen outbreaks behind bars. Now, as the Texas prison system marks the highest covid, nineteen infection numbers and death toll of any in the country, these families say the delays endanger prisoners by forcing them to stay inside lockups where the virus continues to spread. In Texas, the virus has infected more than twenty, two, thousand total prisoners and TD C. J. Employees at least one, hundred twenty. Eight have died of complications from the disease it causes as of Tuesday, yet Texas has not sped up or eased its rules for releasing prisoners. State officials have not allowed medically vulnerable inmates to return home any faster as the federal prison system did or free those who have a few months left on their sentences like some other states in fact, the Texas Department of Criminal, justice is holding inmates scheduled to be released for at least an additional two weeks. If they're exposed to an infected person, the agency said, this policy follows the Centers for disease, control and Prevention Quarantine guidelines which recommend people self isolate for fourteen days. If they come into contact with someone who has the virus. In other news, new coronavirus cases declined for the third straight day yesterday as Dallas County reported two hundred and thirty four positive tests after posting thirty deaths Monday. The county added nine more including to Dallas men in their fifties who did not have underlying health problems. The other fatalities included three more Dallas residents, a woman or sixties, and a man and woman in their seventies. A garland man in his thirties ended to Soda Woman Irving Woman and Phil Man on their seventies also died although cases have trended. Downward, in Dallas County health officials said, cove nineteen hospitalizations remain high with four hundred and ninety four reported. Tuesday. Officials said that emergency room visits for symptoms of the virus represented about twenty, two percent of all visits and finally Dallas Fort Worth Social Media. Influence. Her Parker James is an entertainer. I. But this month he's also an unlikely educator for millions of young TIKTOK users. The Texas Department of State Health Services is partnering with influential Social Media Stars like James Spread, factual information across twitter facebook Tiktok and. To teach younger Texans about covid nineteen and proven ways to stay safe as in-person classroom instruction is beginning in some school districts this week nineteen year old James Who's Tiktok.

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01:47 min | 5 months ago

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"Hildebrandt, and here are the top stories from the Dallas morning. News today will be partly sunny and very warm with a high of ninety eight Andy Low of eighty tonight will be partly cloudy. Our top story is many business owners in Texas and beyond are pushing Congress to bolster liability protections to buffer their firms from corona virus related lawsuits. So long as they don't want annely disregard safety guidelines, Texas Senator John Cornyn a Republican facing a tough reelection has taken up the cause singing it's necessary to allay. Businesses fears as they operate amid the pandemic. No one disputes the challenges that many businesses are facing in the coronavirus era particularly as the public health crisis has also brought economic devastation on a historic level, but a sharp divide has emerged over whether a liability shield is necessary or appropriate. The proposal is now a stumbling block in congressional negotiations over a new covid nineteen relief bill in whether news what has been an already busy hurricane season is expected to continue or get worse the National Oceanic and atmospheric. Administration yesterday updated it's hurricane season outlook calling for. Nineteen to twenty five named storms of which seven to eleven could become hurricanes and three to six could become major hurricanes with winds of one hundred eleven miles per hour or greater. The previous outlook by Noah forecasted thirteen to nineteen named storms of those storms. Six to ten could become hurricanes and three to six of those could be major hurricanes which are category three or greater according to the new forecast in business news with the pandemic pudding drive in his back in the spotlight Walmart is capitalizing on the nostalgic craze by turning one hundred, sixty of. Its store parking lots into outdoor theaters including fourteen in north Texas.

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01:48 min | 5 months ago

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"Pastor, Frederick Douglass Haynes and the staff of Friendship West. Baptist. Church have expressed their outrage after a large caravan supporting law enforcement stopped Sunday at the lot on wetland road near Interstate Twenty M Southampton Road The caravan hosted by the Texas Ram club and the North Texas jeep club starting in Bedford before its planned stop at the Church after conducting an internal investigation Hames, said that the caravan had not been invited but that a back the blue cruise organizer had approached a church staff member last week to use the lot as a pitstop for thirty cars the. Event was approved but according to the church, the organizer did not say the caravan was a back the blue event. Haines said back the Blue Crew's participants waived trump twenty twenty and confederate flags outside the church, which has a large black lives matter banner on display Haines said yesterday that he has received numerous apologies from back the blue crew's participants who were at the event, and finally if you're driving by DFW international airport this month and see a large plume of black smoke, don't panic according to the airports website. Firefighters are going through specialized airports and aircraft firefighting training, which could result in large smoke clouds being visible to passers by the rising smoke should. However dissipate quickly, the training is part of a regular set of programs run by the DFW fire training research center there firefighters are taught a special set of skills with the use of airplanes mockups which are then ignited. They airport says the fires are regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and that the fuels and materials used are environmentally friendly. Seven training sessions are scheduled for this month. The Dallas Morning News rewards program is proud to bring you virtual events for more information and upcoming events. Please visit Rewards Dot.

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03:46 min | 5 months ago

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"Bel Air Boulevard from eight am to noon patients must call to preregister for testing at nine, four, zero, three, four, nine, two, five, eight, five. In Related News, every afternoon counties across north Texas report to figures the number of new covid nineteen cases and how many people the viruses killed but the statistics are more than just numbers. The Dallas Morning News using publicly available resources has found families that have lost loved ones to learn more about the victims of covid nineteen in North Texas tiffany Walker said her mom had the most beautiful green eyes. You'd ever seen her mother Stephanie Hatton. Was Born in Wichita falls and grew up to become a nurse. She spent part of her career as a traveling nurse which took her to the Johns Hopkins Hospital just after. The nine eleven attacks Hatton later worked as a private pediatric nurse. She spent twelve years of her career caring for Dylan Smith who was born with epidermal isis below a condition that affects the skin hat and went to school with Smith five days a week or as often as Smith could from first grade through his senior year of high school. He graduated June fourth the same day Hatton died of the corona virus. She was fifty one years old her daughter said Y- turned on the TV and it's number after number after number and I think to myself which one was my mom, my mom is not just A. In other news to NASA astronauts returned to Earth yesterday in dramatic retro style splashdown their capsule parachuting into the Gulf of Mexico to close out an unprecedented test flight by Ilan Musk's SPACEX company. It was the first splashdown by US astronauts and forty five years with the first commercially built and operated spacecraft to carry people to and from orbit. The return clears the way for another space x crew launches early as next month and possible tourist flights. Next year test pilots, Doug Hurley and Bob Bankin row the SPACEX dragon capsule back to Earth less than a day after departing the International Space Station and two months after blasting off from Florida the capsule parachuted into the call Gulf waters about forty miles off the coast of Pensacola more than an hour. After splashdown the astronauts emerged from their capsule on the deck of a recovery ship both signaling a thumbs up as they headed for medical exams. And in sports for big twelve presidents, any guesswork regarding the plans of their power conference peers is pretty much gone. Everything has become much clearer in the last couple of weeks the SEC big ten and PAC twelve or playing conference only schedules with ten games. The ACC opted for a plus one model with ten. Conference Games and one non conference game. Now, it's the big twelve turn. The Conference Board of directors is scheduled to meet this afternoon by teleconference to review possible football schedule options according to sources familiar with the. Process. Athletic directors again, trying to hash things out Friday going through the pluses and minuses of various models. The stettin agree on one model to recommend to the president's they did strongly agree on starting the season later in September, during an appearance on the SEC network on Thursday Commissioner Bob Boles be defended the big twelve patients so far while acknowledging a whole lot of things remain influx bowls be said what was golden a month ago is garbage today and I guess the same thing we'll be true a month from now. The Dallas morning. News rewards. Program is proud to bring you virtual events for more information and upcoming events. Please visit Rewards Dot.

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02:15 min | 6 months ago

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"Morning. It's Monday July twenty seventh. I'm Alex. Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News. It'll be partly cloudy this morning. Turning to cloudy skies this afternoon with a high of ninety, four, a stray shower or thunderstorm, possible tonight with a low around seventy seven. Our Top story is Dallas. County reported eight hundred new corona virus cases yesterday along with one death is. Texas surpasses five thousand COVID nineteen deaths since the start of the pandemic. The latest Dallas County victim was a Dallas man in his forties. Officials said that. That he had been critically ill in hospital, and had underlying health problems Dallas County, his seen a total of forty, six, thousand, eight, hundred and thirteen cases of covid, nineteen or about seventeen point eight for every one thousand residents Dallas County, Judge Clay Jenkins is chief of Staff Lauren Trimble, said two deaths were removed Friday from the county's total one because of a name duplication era and one because the health department was notified, the case was eight probable covid nineteen death rather than a confirmed death. The toll now stands at six, hundred and five. According to health officials about a third of the deaths are associated with long term care facilities in a related story healthcare workers at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas worried that if they could save one of their own co workers who was infected with the novel coronavirus. Could they save anyone from the new disease? The patient was Dr Charles Ilia. The vascular and trauma surgeon who worked at Texas Health Dallas for more than thirty. Thirty years. He's beloved at the hospital for his mellow demeanor and his ability to work under intense pressure hospital workers who are exposed to many types of diseases are usually slow to overreact the first signs of illness Dr, Auto, J Marquez along longtime co-worker of Dr Ilia said you never see a surge in the emergency department complaining of the `flu. That's a red flag for the full story. Go to Dallas News Dot Com. And finally here's a positive development in the pandemic two of North Texas, largest hospital systems medical city healthcare and Texas. Health resources are resuming elective surgeries voluntarily suspending them for about two weeks, Medical City said it's restarting elective procedures at sixteen area hospitals today Texas health, which has nineteen acute care. Hospitals began accepting reservations for inpatient non urgent procedures.

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02:48 min | 6 months ago

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"Muhoza is anticipating that his district. We'll welcome students back for in person instruction by September eighth, unless the situation keeps getting worse in an interview with The Dallas Morning News editorial board yesterday. Hinojosa said that the district was planning for campus to be opened right after Labor Day and that in person instruction with his preference, officials expect the district's ten thousand. Thousand teachers to return to campuses wants classes begin even if they are providing virtual instruction, school board will hold a special meeting tomorrow to discuss potential alterations to Dallas. School calendar also tomorrow DISD is expected to release its return to school guidelines with detailed instructions on how the district plans to manage teachers and students on campuses in related news, more than one hundred high school, football and volleyball teams in the Dallas area. We'll start the fall season at least five weeks late as Texas remains a national hotspot amid. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the university interscholastic League announced yesterday that it will delay the football and volleyball season's for class, six A and five eight teams while keeping its original fall calendar intact for class, four and blow the two highest classifications can start practices September seventh rather than August third, but most will still play full seasons pushing the volleyball state tournament to December eleventh and Twelfth and the football playoffs into January twenty twenty one teams in the U. I els lower classifications. We'll start on time with practices. August third. Third and Games slated to start a week later for volleyball and August, twenty seventh through twenty nineth four football and finally tarrant county parents are seeking answers after several kids tested positive for covid nineteen, following their return home from a Keller Churches. Summer Camp Stephanie Brady of Keller told NBC Five, that her daughter is among the keystone church campers who have tested positive for cove nineteen after returning from the camp which Ran July sixth through tenth, the report said that parents were notified while the camp was still underway. Underway that a student was sent home on the first day after it was discovered, they had been exposed to covid nineteen through a relative two days later. That camper tested positive for the virus. Brady and other parents are questioning. The camps covid nineteen protocols in light of photos posted on social media of Campers, not wearing masks or social distancing in some the cameras were shown wearing masks around their necks, and attending a packed concert in a statement posted to facebook page Keystone Church said it quote. Take seriously the. The physical spiritual and emotional health of our community, and those that call keystone church their home, if any camper was possibly exposed the parents or guardians of the exposed Kemper immediately notified under the guidelines of the Texas State Health.

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03:29 min | 6 months ago

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"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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03:38 min | 6 months ago

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"Thirteenth I'm Alex Brody and here are the top stories from the Dallas Morning News expect a mix of Sun and clouds today with a possible stray shower or thunderstorm, the high will be one of three with an overnight low of eighty. Our top story is in south Texas School. District is turning over portable buildings to be used for hospital space in San, Antonio and Austin concert and convention venues, or being prepped as field hospitals in north Texas. Medical City healthcare opened more covid nineteen units this week and Parkland Hospital. Hospital had to request. Disaster Assistance Team Texas is entering a dire new phase of the coronavirus epidemic hospitalizations for Kobe nineteen. Keep climbing to record levels and the state health department on Friday said it had no prediction for when that will stop. As cases, surge hospitals say they have space to add more beds, but lack of staff. The state is scrambling to send them more meanwhile. Governor Greg Abbott is warning. The worst is yet to come the second term Republican has now canceled elective surgeries in over one hundred counties to free up more bedspace. On Friday he ended another statewide lockdown could be necessary, but gave no indication when that might happen over last two weeks, the number of Texans hospitalized for cove. Nineteen has climbed every day from about five, thousand, five, hundred at the end of June two more than ten thousand as of Saturday in political news, former Vice President Joe Biden has built a five point lead over President Donald Trump in Texas as unease over trump's handling of the coronavirus. Coronavirus pandemic months. That's what a New Dallas morning. News University of Texas at Tyler poll is found Biden had forty six percent support to trump's forty-one percent. If the general election were held today, the outcome could depend on the fourteen percent of voters who were undecided or named someone else Biden's lead, which comes after he and trump were tied forty three to forty three percent in the news and ut Tyler's April survey is significant, if barely. The poll conducted June, twenty ninth through July seventh has a margin of error of plus or minus two point two four percentage points. In other news, Multiple Dallas County absentee voters have reported submitting their ballots to have them returned the mail for no apparent reason with just days to go before the Election Dallas, resonant door at softness, described her returned parcel, saying it has absolutely no markings on. It doesn't say why it just comes back softness who organizes voters registration at Richland College for the League of Women Voters said Fell Organization members had reported such. Such instances on a group call last week. Dallas County elections. Administrator Tony Pippen's pool said that she was aware of the concerns, and that her office is investigating and in Sports. The NFL deadline for any player who has been franchised tags to finalize a multi year contract is at three PM. Wednesday Dak Prescott who the cowboys hit with the exclusive franchise tag has until then to agree to a deal with the cowboys. However whether the cowboys and their star quarterback will agree to terms by then appears to be in question. A source told The Dallas morning. News, is Calvin Watkins that the cowboys are not close to reaching a multi year deal with Prescott Prescott, who threw for a career, high, four, thousand, nine, hundred and two yards and thirty touchdowns, last season is seeking a four year deal while the team is offering a five year contract, a source said the cowboys offered Prescott a contract. Contract that would come seconds to Russell Wilson in terms of average salary per year. If the cowboys are unable to reach a deal with Prescott, he'll become the first quarterback in franchise history to play under the franchise tag under his signed Franchise Tag. He is scheduled. Earn thirty.

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03:28 min | 7 months ago

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"Make more hospital beds, available and the governor while pleading four Texans to stay at home when they can and wear masks when they go out, said local governments shouldn't penalize Texans. Wear face coverings in Public Abbott rejected pleas that he allow localities to say fine. Those who don't wear masks requests for local discretion flooded into Abbott's Office yesterday from Dallas, county judge, Clay Jenkins and various Texas mayors including Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson and four others from North Texas, including Fort Worth. Arlington plano and Grande Prairie in other news the Fort, worth police, department criticized a Fox News story by Tucker Carlson this week calling it absolutely inaccurate and a gross mischaracterization of protest in Fort Worth following the death of George Floyd. Floyd Floyd was killed. May Twenty fifth after a Minneapolis? Police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. The officer faces a murder charge and was fired Mondays at of Tar, Carlson tonight focused on black lives matter protests in Republican controlled cities during the segment. Carlson said Fort Worth Police. Chief Ed Cross dropped all charges against dozens of protesters arrested during a May thirty first demonstration in a statement posted on social media. The department said this information is absolutely inaccurate and is not consistent with the actual facts the. The only charges dropped were minor misdemeanors, which did not involve property or personal crimes. A representative at Fox News told the. Dallas morning. News yesterday that Carlson was referring to a statement issued June eighth by the Fort Worth Police Department in which Krause said all writing charges against protesters would be dropped in sports during the UI ELS by an will legislative council meeting yesterday deputy director Jamie Harrison said the organization is absolutely dedicated to holding fall high school sports seasons amid the coronavirus pandemic of the twenty seven public proposals the. The Athletics Committee evaluated during a virtual video conference. Seven focused on corona virus related action. The U I L had already implemented some suggestions including the permission for schools to open their athletic facilities and the return of summer, strength and conditioning programs, which also allows for Skills Specific coaching. Other proposals requested the U I L allow only family members to attend games in the fall and suspend all sports for the twenty twenty twenty one school year, due to the pandemic committee members were vague in their evaluation of the proposals. CITED THE I L adherence to Texas Governor Greg Abbott's statewide permissions. Executive Director Charles Bright up referenced a great plan for getting back to normal in the fall, but he did not elaborate, and finally after it was revealed cowboys running back. Ezekiel Elliott tested positive for coronavirus Dez Bryant who has worked out multiple times with Elliot over the off season tweeted yesterday that he has tested negative sources told The Dallas Morning News is Michael Elkin on Monday. That multiple cowboys players recently tested positive for covid nineteen. The team declined to provide specifics while Elliott. Elliott lamented a privacy violation after being reported as one of them Bryant among other players including Cowboy's quarterback Dak Prescott had been in close proximity to Elliott during workouts over the past few weeks, some of which took place during the time period of state.

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