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"nicolo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 9 24 7 coverage at W b. A p dot com Make a lot better enough that they would look really Offensive line played very well against the Tampa Bay's up front brought forward, you know, And to me, Dallas is a force to reckon with it. They can keep playing like they played and also run the football. If ands and buts were candy and nuts. We say that all the time that's all of him, Eric Dickerson. Looking back on the Cowboys season opener last Thursday at Tampa Bay. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of play, No sports desk is right. Zeke Elliott only carried the football 11 times. And still, Dallas was right there until they gave the ball back to Tom Brady when less than two minutes to go and We all know what happened. The Bucks marched down the field rallied to win. Dickerson was impressed with what he saw. So was Dion Sanders. I'm happy that the Cowboys fault and they put up they should have won. Um, basically, they should have wanted. They just had some key areas keep mistakes and pivotal, vital moments of what I'm told at the conclusion of the matter. But it was a good football game. Cowboys returned to the practice field today and put star in Frisco getting ready for a trip to L. A to play the Chargers, who went on the road this weekend. It looked pretty good in beating the Washington football team back to the on for a second. He's now coaching the Jackets Jackson State starting his second year, they beat Tennessee State Saturday. In the Southern Heritage Classic. Sanders coaching the Tigers Eddie George and his first season with Tennessee State. Georgian Sanders, a couple of great former college and pro football players. Now coaching college football Rangers in the Astros on the field tonight in Arlington, this the first of four games for against Houston in three against Chicago in this Home stand next to last home stand of the season. Course, Texas and Houston are playing for what's called the Silver Boot. The silver boot, which the Astros lead this year, 11 to 4, although the Rangers in their press release reminded everybody The Texas leads the all time series 1 2041 Oh, six rangers seem that's 30 games behind the Astros and the West standings. That's your check on Sports and Steve Lamb. What was what's the score of the silk on the the Astros in Houston this year. It's 11 to 4 Houston leads but all time the Rangers lead 1 24 to 1. Oh, six. It's like that's games, right? Yes. Okay. Yes, upstairs thinking. Is that years of games, so they played 15 games this year. Houston's 1 11 Texas is 14. Okay, alright. Not exactly. Kicking butt and taking names are the mathematically out yet because I still have hope. Who? The Rangers they're mathematically out of next year, Bro. And that sports, right? Yeah. DFW stand Bongino. I'll be coming your way this morning at 11. Now it's the morning news with pal Jay and Bryan Estrin on newstalk 8 20 w b a p w b a p.
"nicolo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business APP Bloomberg Quick Take These is Bloomberg 11 3. Now a global news update. An FBI memo suggests there may have been Saudi involvement with the 9 11 Hijackers and FBI memo declassified Saturday shows links between a suspected Saudi intelligence operative into Al Qaeda operatives who took part in the 9 11 hijacking plot. Reports say the memos heavily redacted and does not offer a clear direct link between the two police in the nation's capital, are bracing for a rally in support of the January 6th capital Rioters. Capitol police are closely monitoring the plan for the A rally by a former Donald Trump campaign staff for the Department of Education will look into Florida's ban on mandates for masks and schools are looking into whether the ban violates the civil rights of high risk students and the next SpaceX Dragon launch will have four civilians on board the inspiration for mission set to take off from NASA's Kennedy Space Center this Wednesday. The mission also hopes to raise awareness and funding for ST Jude's Cancer Center. I'm Scott Carr. You're listening to Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Jim Brosseau Pandemic changed the way we work. And now it might be helping many change what they do. Work from home capabilities in a labor crunch have left workers with not only more jobs to choose from, but more power to choose how they do them. And, according to opinion columnist Counter Sand The window of opportunity is set to last at least for a little while longer. He joins us to explain Do you have any indication that people are reevaluating their careers right now? So we're seeing that in some of the data that people anecdotally and then also, people are quitting their jobs, and there's a lot of turnover companies, so it does suggest that something has changed since the pandemic. Now you mentioned fun Employment. I never heard that term. Tell us about that term. So I was in my late twenties after the 2000 and eight recession and a lot of my peers were getting laid off time and unemployment was kind of a cheeky way to talk about. You know, having lost your job and trying to make lemonade out of lemons, maybe bombing around a beach or just doing other things for a period of time. While the job market was so tough, So do you see echoes of that? Of the fun employment in what you're seeing today. There's a certain energy that's been unleashed in terms of, you know. The old structures don't seem to be working the way they used to be and whether it's work from home or pandemic or remote work. There's just a lot more options, and people are really sure whether the old structures that we had are going to work the way in the future they have in the past. And the people are being open minded about what that means for their careers. Now, workers, As you say, have a lot more options. Tell us about the number of options out there and why. Right. So we just got the jolts data, which is a survey looking at the number of job openings, hiring people quitting jobs. And that shows that the number of openings out there is the highest it's ever been, by quite a quite a degree or currently 11 million job openings in the U. S. And if your employee that means you have more options than you've ever had before, So what kind of options are you referring to there? Yes. So the 11 million sort of understates the number of choices people have, because not only are there quantitatively more choices than ever before a qualitatively there are as well because we've seen that. A lot of companies and finance and tax, particularly have moved jobs from New York and California to states like Texas and Nashville and places like that, and then other jobs are offering flexible remote structures or Or work from home, and so you can just pick from a lot more stuff than you ever have in the past, and so you don't have to be constrained and just take the first job available to you. But his experience still required in a lot of these jobs, or can you go from one career? Let's say you're in publishing and decide to, you know, be a tech worker. It probably depends on the career, you know? Certainly maybe if you want to switch from hospitality into something like retail, that's the kind of easy sweater or like a fulfillment center for Amazon. That might be the kind of thing where they're not looking for a whole lot of experience. When it comes to publishing or something more specialized white collar harder to say whether it's easier to switch from something like that. So now how long will this window of opportunity the open? Is it connected to Covid? There. Probably a few different angles here. The first is that you know the extent that officers are remaining open, and a lot of options have pushed the rib January. Nicolo pulling and pushing the spring to get past any kind of winter waves. That's sort of one window extent. Structurally remote work has changed the way companies are going to operate, and maybe some will be more impersonal and some will be more remote, but could be kind of sorting. Where if you prefer right work, you're going to leave. And that could take a few years to work out. And then there's also just how long the job market is tight and that's the function of the economic cycle. What policymakers choose to do whether to support the labor market or fight inflation. So I think there's a lot of angles here, but I would desperate least the next couple years..
"nicolo" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Need over winter time. And then when the days get Longer and they get more sunlight. Then they bounce back into into bloom. And that's what you're seeing right now. That's wonderful. What about bugs? Pests? The fortunate thing is, we have very few bugs and pests up here. You know, as the climate is changing a little bit, things are creeping closer. But the conditions here are generally speaking, very harsh. And so a lot of the things that are problematic in other plots of the country don't cause problems for us here. Do you have, uh, I've been to veil in all seasons with the Fords. I as I recall, there are many foreign visitors and they must, uh, take a remarkable look at the kind of alpine setting as well many of them they may be. Skiers or visitors in the summer. But how remarkable this particular collection of plants is for people from all corners of the world? We certainly bore that in mind when we were trying to decide what kinds of plants to grow here. You know, many gardens only grow plants from the region that they are in in the country, and we made a decision that we were very international ski destination. And it's like you say many of our visitors come from all over the world. And so we made a decision. We certainly our The pride of our collection is our Colorado Alpine collection. But we have plants from all over the world and the most asked for plants. Are the Adolf ice from the European Alps and the deep blue gentian also from the Alps, and we also grow a Himalayan blue poppy, which is not a very easy plant to grow. And those are the highlights of this garden. I suppose. Columbines too, of course from Colorado, but You know the international plants cause a stir. I imagine it's a learning curve, especially when you're bringing implants from the Himalayas or they European Heights. What have you learned about these plants in by putting them in this kind of controlled environment that they are hardier or more delicate than you expected? Have you been surprised by anything that these plants have taught you? I mean, I would say that they're on Unbelievably hardy and one of the The best things about Vail, Colorado, is that we are able to put these mostly out in natural conditions. We plant them in native soil, for the most part, which is very hard and would not grow your common garden plants. But it's what the Alpine plants need. They thrive on a very lean, rocky soil. So the harder the better really, for most of those Alpine plants in England, where I'm from, we have to spend a lot of time protecting Alpine's because they get too much rain, So they're grown in little closures with lids on them to prevent this, the rain coming down on the plants. Here. We can just put them out there and they thrive in the environment here. So, um, we have to do very little fertilizing. Very little watering. Um, so they make life easy for us, really, In many ways, Nicolo Ripley, his executive director of the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, so many gardeners would love to have a garden that makes their life easy. Well, Nikolay, you get to See so many of the guests and the tourists who come through Vale did you get to host the forwards at the Alpine garden? Yes, many times. Um In fact, they used to come unannounced most of the time. And, you know, come at times when we weren't expecting them. And so that was a real treat. I remember one particular afternoon. The gardens was very quiet and I had my door. Water in her stroller. She was just a little baby, and she was parked by one of the benches in the shade. And I heard a voice calling over to me Did did I mind if they moved the stroller because they wanted to sit at the bench and I looked over and it was president and Mrs Ford. So of course I rushed over and said, You know, of course, no problem. But by that time Mrs Ford was already um, you know, playing with Katie and her little baby stroller, and, um she said, you know, if you don't if you have some errands to run, you know, don't mind us. We'll watch the baby for you. Um, while you do you know, while you do your chores, and so you know, that was I I laugh and tell my daughter that Her first baby sitter was a president. So that's a wonderful and very warm and very typical of the Fords. Warm story about how their graciousness with everyone, Nicola Thank you. Thank you for having me from April of this year in Compton, formerly with ABC News for anyone who loves flowers. Could there be a more perfect, more dreamy setting for them? Then what? House itself. Betty Ford moved in and with her her daughter, Susan Ford Bales, who joins us now, Susan, Welcome from your home in Texas when you I've covered Susan as a reporter since she was 16 years old Susan those times when you moved into the White House, um flowers were everywhere. My mother, you know, loved flowers, and so she was happy to have fresh flowers in her house. And I like to have fresh flowers at my house here. Absolutely. At the White House. There is an elaborate hierarchy. There is a full time florist on the staff, and I have seen the cart going around in the White House, putting fresh flowers on almost every table on a daily basis. Did your mom get involved with that? Was there a, um, a greenhouse on the property where she could come in and choose things? No, there wasn't a greenhouse on the proper Pretty. And if there is a greenhouse someplace else, I never got to see it. But, uh, she loved the fresh flowers and, yes, the White House did beautiful fresh flowers. You know, you gotta remember. And when we moved in, it was a pretty tumultuous time. So I don't think Mother got involved in the flowers as quickly as she would have. That probably would have been something she would have chosen to do. But she had so many other things. As you know, she had a state dinner within six days. Days of us moving in there, so she had a lot of other things, keeping her busy, but she loved the floral shop and she would pick the colors and that sort of thing, and she has favorite flowers. There's no question well, we're going to get to the favorite flowers. But I want to ask you about the idea that the White House Is a world stage for American design. And your mother could use those state dinners for flowers and statuary. Could do you do you remember that first state dinner? I don't think I was at that one. I was at the one for the Shaw of Iran, right? I I don't think I went to the first one either, because I think actually, we were still living in Alexandria, Virginia. We hadn't moved in. But the one that stands out to me the most was the one that was done for President Sadat, and he was a big fan of Western art and so mother had Remington's and other Western sculptures as the centerpieces. Some tables just had flowers and some had sculptures. But she did that with other heads of state. She found out what they were interested in and what kind of art they were interested in. And then from there, they would choose sculptures to be in the center pieces and how to do the flowers. And I mean the social office did an amazing job of coordinating tablecloths with sculptures with flowers and that sort of thing and the China and choosing which China? My mother, I know made the difference, and they went away from long had tables to round tables because she felt they were much easier for people to have conversations. Susan, you are so right about that. And in this White House state dining room, there's room on With round tables for about 130 guests, and that was the those were the years when I first started covering the White House, and I think that was a larger seating than some of the earlier state dinners and the idea that all of the flowers and the other decor come together to go back to the Sadat dinner. Remember? Not only was it a tumultuous time for the United States and for your parents and the change of in administration in Washington, but it was on the cusp of movement. In the Middle East. Eventually, another year or two. Later came the Camp David Accords, and President Sadat was a very, very important player in this Egypt. Moving was going to be extraordinary, and he was such a worldly man, and he did appreciate American culture and the idea that these famous.
"nicolo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Very mild and muggy night and then tomorrow for your Sunday mostly sunny in your highs will climb into the low nineties. Again. It's 78 degrees at DFW Airport. The news is brought to you by Key City capital and overnight shooting in downtown Austin is injured as many as 12 people. There has been a mass shooting at a bar in downtown Austin police confirming there are multiple victims with injuries. The shooting happened on sixth Street. That's a historic street and famous entertainment district. It's not clear what led up to the shooting or if there was more than one gunman. That's Fox's actually Strohmeyer reporting from Austin. Mosquito populations are booming after the heavy rains we've had here in North Texas record breaking freeze, um at the deadly February winter storm did not kill any mosquito eggs. In fact, in Jamala gist say the weather conditions help them thrive along with the recent heavy rains that have inundated the region. TEXAS A and M agrilife Dr Sonja Swagger, says homeowners need to start Mosquito proofing their properties. Start dumping standing waters, checking our gutters. Make sure they've been draining, she says. People should start using bug spray now, especially at sundown, Nicolo say. W B A P News City of Frisco says to mosquito pools within the city limits have tested positive for West Nile virus. Because of that the city will be spraying the area around Oak Brook Park and Hickory Creek tonight and in the trails neighborhoods Sunday night. The spraying will begin at nine PM, continue until five a.m. each night. The terrorist area. Food Bank has extended its agreement with Fort Worth I SD to hold.
"nicolo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I'm Nicolo Say your next update US at 7 30 24 7 coverage at W. B. A. Peter Kam Just being able to get to on the road of its great, but we know we still got more to do more work to be done and a little bit more clean up a little problem with Dallas Mavericks guard Tim Hardaway Jr after they beat the Clippers again last night in Los Angeles. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of playing no sports test comes Hardaway had a big game 28 points Luca don to escort even more 39. Man's were able to outshoot the Clippers, the MBA's best three point team, and when 1 27 to 1 21, lot of you didn't they were able to catch the end of it was so late last night, but not only this Dallas steal home court advantage, but they've moved into the driver's seat. In this best of seven series. Guys were hungry to compete. You know they're hungry to play for each other. We've done that well for the first two games that the challenge is always, you know when you win a game or two games in a playoff series. You know, how do you measure up against human nature current how we're going to find out when they play this weekend. It's Rick Carlisle. He's got his team dial in. They come home, leading two games and then Game three and four on Friday and Sunday at the W. A. C, where the atmosphere will be electric. It's gotta be with fans finally get getting to see a playoff game. I wasn't sure how this team would play last time with story breaking about something that happened over the weekend on Sunday night in L. A. Where center Chris, stop praising this went to a strip club. Now he's been fined $50,000 for violating the MBA rule, which prohibits players from going into bars. Lounges. A similar establishments. Bruising guys said It was a mistake on his part. And they're happy at Colonial with Steve. Oh, yes, by the way, and just case you were wondering that club that stops pursing his money money told you what he said. But what the name of it is northern Lights, which apparently is where. How wants to go when he's in Iceland, which is no no different light, different differently. Deal. It's a different club. I would just You know what pretending to that story? I think it be fun and great to watch Chris stop or Zynga's. Pay that fine. And one's exactly, you know, make it rain at the, uh, let me make it. Rain at the MBA. Also speaking of rain there happy at the Colonial Country Club, and with Brad's forecast today, where they have the pro am Where the chance of rain has gone way down. But if it is raining on Sunday when we find out who the champion is in the Charles Schwab Challenge Whoever it is, will be able to drive in rain or snow or just about anything else up a tree. Besides getting that $1.3 Million payday payday and the plaid jacket yes, this year's winner. Sean will get a 1946 restored Dodge Power wagon. The same iust so cool was 6.2 liter engine with over 430 horsepower, four speed automatic transmission. And this is my favorite part. It rides on a set of 40 inch custom tires. It is beautiful features The SIG signature Charles Schwab blue paint. This is a trend, I guess, Brian that they're continuing. The 2019 champion Kevin Na went home and a fully renovated 73 Dodge Challenger. I love this this power wagon. They were geared down way low what they shone like it'll go 50 miles an hour. With that? Yeah, They're military trucks. Yeah. Is there sure they modified it, but is their relationship to the year and make of the automobile? They do. I mean, I think it is 49. I don't know that there's significance to that. Maybe there is, but I don't know the subject. I read the with the chip shortage and the new car shortage that they're gonna be driving around in like 87. Buick Century. Yeah. Yeah, I think you're right. How was thinking about getting a Caprice Classic? No Love Completes class by the way Scramblers is making a comeback. Charles Schwab announced yesterday an extension with Colonial Country Club to 2026. It's huge and for the program today, sorry, but it's not open to the public this easily. Huge event fans love time out, but no Tours limiting the crack open. No, the tours the tour limits, so everything's open. But the tour itself is like I think they're limiting the 10,000 day or nasty. S o you You'll have 10,000 fans out there, but But it is only a two hour Wait at the margarita 10. That's right. Yeah, let your hair down. That's why looking sports 709 here on W stand Bongino of becoming your way this morning at 11. Now it's the B A P. Morning news with Hal J and Brian History on news talking 20 w B A P W b A P Calm.
"nicolo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Center Texans who have a chance to vote on a bill that would protect houses of worship during a pandemic or other disaster. State Senator Kelly Hancock of Tarrant County and State representative Jeff Leech of Collin County filed the Texas Essential Church Act. The proposal will prohibit any elected official from limiting or prohibiting religious services or observant, says during a disaster and will deem all houses of worship. Essential and make sure that Texans understand with the vote of the people. Those protections are in place and they will be carried out at a city level at accounting leveling out of state level, Hancock says. This has been passed in the House and the Senate and now have to Texas voters in November. Cat Blondes Iron WB AP News There runoff election to fill the seat of the late congressman Ron right, is scheduled for late July. Governor Abbott said the Congressional District six runoff for July 27th. The candidates include Ron writes widow Susan Wright, a Democrat, Jake L. Z. Early Voting begins July 19th. The Biden administration is resuming construction on a stretch of barriers near the southern border Correspondent Ashley Struck me in human construction on that 13.4 mile stretch of Levy and the Rio Grande Valley comes as CBP reported. Most migrant encounters in 20 years, but that construction won't happen overnight. There will be two phases of it the first being priority repairs on the highest risk areas said to be done in six weeks. And then the concrete levee wall back filling the wall and in safety barriers on top are said to be finished in about 6 to 9 months. The decision apparently comes from pressure from locals and politicians. Department of Homeland Security announced last month that it was taking steps to repair the Rio Grande Valley's flood very system. After the Trump administration made holes in the structure to make way for the border wall. White House officials say they're continuing to try to adjust the root causes of the recent surge of migrants along the southern border. In the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update US at 7 24 7 coverage and W B a p dot com.
"nicolo" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Down 9% from March. The fighting among Israelis and Palestinians continues. Correspondent Simon Owen details a new syriza of attacks. Israel has launched more airstrikes this morning. Gaza's health Ministry says 43 People have been killed in the raid since Monday on apartment tower collapsed last night. In the other direction, Palestinian militants are still firing barrages of rockets toward Israel. Five people are dead. The commercial capital of tell Aviv was targeted yesterday evening. Chatter and Egypt are working on a possible cease fire. But so far there's no sign either side is willing to back down in London. Simon Alan Fox News authorities in central Taxes, say a man fatally shot to Texas sheriff's deputies and critically wounded a city employee will answering a dog complaint. 28 year old Jeffrey Nicholas has been charged with capital murder and jailed on a $4 million bond. Texas Department of Public Safety says the Monday night attack happened at a residence in Eden That's about 210 miles southwest of Dallas. GPS says that while the two concepts, county sheriff's deputies and an employee we're contacting the residents and altercation occurred and quickly escalated to gunfire, From the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo Say your next update A set 7 24 7 coverage at wkbw com. You know that today's on me. I wasn't here I was myself. You know, you got the balls back, but that game was obviously one of the worst kind of plain and I got A little bit, but you can understand this clearly is you needed to to hear what he said. But that's what could Dante's. After the Mavericks lost big in Memphis last time, he said, It's on him. Good morning. From our Mercedes Benz and playing a sport systems he blame. I can remember a game like this for the Madison were blown out of the gym. They were only down by three at the half, but ended up losing 1 33 to 1 of four. I want to tell the 12 points usually does that and just one quarter, But not in this game. Dallas is playing with fire little bit just three games left in the regular season. Right now, they're in sixth place in the West, trying to avoid Having to be one of those teams will be in the playoff game in this year's format. Logan Web set a career high with 10 strikeouts in six innings yesterday and San Francisco beat the Rangers 42 keeping Texas winless in interleague play this season. They'll forget about that for a while because they've got the Astros coming up Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday down in Houston before returning home to face the New York.
"nicolo" Discussed on Political Analytical
"Season bag limit. Gordon you know that means right. That's already in the constitution. You realize that right. Call them alicia. It's called the militia young lead but but a militia has to be well organized and can only be set into motion by the federal government. Cannot they can no longer be sending by the state government. It can only be set by the federal government and fucking morons up in washington. Dc they can't find their ass with both hands. A map are never going to do that. Notes how do we get around it. We use the second most powerful law enforcement agency in the country. And that's each in every county sheriff's department. Well be damn sure can't trust the fbi. Gordon because look what they did to rudy. Giuliani verdy giuliani. That whole thing was nothing more than how much more is the american people going to take. We're going to go in here. We're going to take everything that we want not everything that award said everything that we want. And we're going to see if they'll stand there and bend over and take another one right nicolo and don't speak spanish kuo means ass. Yeah so yeah and you know men. It was unconstitutional and it was illegal. What they did to giuliani anna. You know it's bullshit and it's a power grab but gordon. I think it's more of a. It's a distraction. But what's going on. With john kerry right now Man there's there's so much going on Trader as self. You know and not to mention the biden stuff going on. It's just a big distraction in slight but people are gonna follow the ratings. You know this but it's the same. It's the same play that they did when clinton was on trial. It's the old houdini. Look over here. While i'm screwing everything up over here. Exactly sweet nothings changed. Nothing is going to change. No the only thing that has changed there's more outlets now. You're looking at facebook twitter a colored fuck book. Water is in ham snapchat alcohol. Shit of that's the only thing you have more outlets now. You don't have pms nbc Emma's dnc. you don't have all these other outlets now. You have that. Plus facebook and everything else in their their diverting attention away from actually what's going on right now in the country to bullshit like rudy giuliani and the stuff. That's happened with him. Who gives us go ahead in. This is going to play into your point james. Who remembers what oliver north did. And how much that took over everything. On every news channel across america that went on for a long time with him. Yeah but that was the main focus oliver north and for those of you.
FBI releases new video from Washington DC Capitol riot, seeks 10 ‘most violent’ suspects
"Capitol January 6th continues, the FBI released new videos and is asking the public to help identify the writers, the agency said. The 10 suspects and this latest videos are the most violent assaults on federal officers. Five people died, including a U. S Capitol police officer When writers who attended former President Trump's stopped. The steel rally stormed the capital. The FBI has arrested more than 300 people so far, and more than 65 of those were arrested for assaulting police officers from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your
Crowds gather in Dallas for St. Patrick's Day celebrations just days after restrictions lifted
"To celebrate ST Patrick's Day, many without face masks or social distancing Governor Greg Abbott officially officially dropped those restrictions. Last week, business owners on Greenville Welcome the crowd after a year of scaling back businesses for months, right, so you didn't just hurt me? Are all my staff Mike McCray own stands. Blue note, he says they tried to maintain the state's guidelines, but it was impossible from the W B A P News desk. I Nicolo say your next
As Texas’ mandate ends, some Dallas-area cities still require a mask
"The the statewide statewide Govind Govind 19 19 restrictions restrictions are are fully fully rolled rolled back back as as taxes taxes begin begin to to navigate navigate the the new new normal normal of of life life without without statewide statewide restrictions restrictions amid amid the the ongoing ongoing covert 19 pandemic. Local leaders have taken it upon themselves to decide what's best for residents based on current coronavirus metrics. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson issued a mask mandate for city employees and for residents on city property days before Governor Greg Abbott lifted restrictions. Essentially an order of mine takes on the effect of a city ordinance in an emergency. What was Mayor Betsy Price says The city's decision was similar to its North Texas neighbor. The city manager issued an order that city employees would wear masks and the people coming in. We would strongly recommend it, and that's in keeping with the governor's orders that we could. We just felt like it was a little premature to lift it. We wanted to get through spring break for the governor's order attacks. His businesses are also allowed to make their own decisions about whether or not they want to enforce the mask mandate. Prompting some to wonder about the potential spread of covert 19 Now that businesses can operate at full capacity, Mayor Price says the city consulted attorneys about the legalities of easing restrictions and covert 19 spread for its business sector. There's been a fair amount of work that it's a federal level and at the state level, own liability for businesses and for governmental entities, and we're being told there wouldn't be any most of the business owners prices spoken to have said they'll take a sensible approach to mask enforcement. Most of the businesses that I've talked to him for just being reasonable about it. They're saying we're gonna ask him to wear a mask and if they want, we're going to say you can come in any way somebody we're not gonna let people in the city of Dallas is forming an online database on North Texans can identify which businesses are requiring maths and which ones aren't Tristan Hallman is with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson's office making a judgment Either way. It's just a yes or no. Are you requiring it or not, it'll populated database in a map that's searchable. And you can find locations as well. So the public should be able Tomo to go in and look and see if the business is requiring a master. Not lightly Cove in 19 metrics have been trending downward in north Texas, and leaders want that promising trend to continue in for worth officials air Using a twist on the city's y'all were a mass campaign to do it called it a strong It's the same symbol with the cowboy with the mask, and it's got a listing of what businesses and what restaurants and things will require whether you need a mask or whether you don't need me. Yes, these north AC's and say with the arrival of more covert 19 vaccines, they're optimistic about the future but remain hesitant about the governor's decision to fully open right now. Yeah, Yeah, little little bit. bit. Some Some people people don't don't care. care. I I do do know know some some people people are are really really happy happy about about it. it. I'm I'm kind kind of of scared scared about about it, it, Nicolo Nicolo say say W W B B A A P news. We'll check out weather and traffic
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"Crane? No, not in years. They finally did Did they figured out who killed him? Exactly hurt? Because if I've Robert G. Let's get the weather. We're gonna do that real quick coming up here with brand bark. This'd the W B a P Morning use with, Nicolo said, and Steve Lambs, News and sports updates at the top and 30 past each hour, weekend weather on the ones with Monte Cook and Brad Barton. Now here's Hell J and Brian Estrich on Use talking 20. W B. A P W b a p dot com Halas you wisely pointed out. The biggest story of the day may in fact, be the weather. We've been working to carve out some extended time here for Brad Barton toe. Dive deep into what we're going to experience here over the next several days and Brad, you can sum that up with the one word and that's cold. Oh, yeah, And this morning is still wet. We have basically a freezing fog event underway. I don't know that it's any worse than it was yesterday. But we have very few echoes on radar. In fact, it's impossible for me to tweet out in your radar. Looks like I normally do. Because with clutter filters on, you just can't see the priest of it all. But There is some light freezing drizzle down toward Red oaks. Some in mesquite, some between plane on Alan right now affecting you in 75 Central and also some north of well north of the Texas Motor Speedway, actually kind of along the wise Denton County line, and we're just gonna see these little patches of freezing drizzle throughout the day, sometimes a little heavier, maybe even a rubber to a thunder. On and we'll barely get about freezing today Low tonight we in the mid twenties and then same basic thing tomorrow, only possibly a little bit heavier. The precept maybe some sleet and rain together with the high 35 low in the mid twenties and then after the precept ends on Friday, we expect temperatures to get a whole lot colder. We could see highs below freezing. And lows in the mid twenties. Saturday, Sunday and Monday as well. Wow. So just one quick question for you. Then do we need to be? Oh, Are the road's going to get bad in your opinion? Well, the bridges and overpasses are going to get bad. Almost any time today again..
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"Brown got emotional talking about his quarterback Tom Brady after last night's Super Bowl win over Kansas City. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of Plano Sports desk. I'm Steve Lamb. The score at half time 21 to 6. In favor of the home team. The Buccaneers not kept thanking the way that chief's offense can get up and down the field. They would come to life in the second half. But the Buccaneers defense has kept getting to Patrick my homes and keeping his favorite receivers covered up. It seemed like all night long. One of those guys is Tyree Kill. Bay. You know, those guys play hard tonight? You know, they did a fantastic job, You know? So So what we're gonna do is we're gonna take this one to the channel. We're gonna come back. You know, we'll see. He had seven receptions 73 yards way below to production that we've seen during the regular season. Kansas said he might have been distracted from an incident that happened on Thursday when Brett Read and re read, son. Was involved in a car crash. I haven't had a chance to address you since the accident happened to my son was involved in my heart goes out to all those who were involved in the accident in particular. The family with a little girl who's fighting for her life. Um And listen. I know it's a tough situation. I can't comment. On that any more than Then what I am here read. Read, who is the outside linebackers Coach told police he had two or three drinks before hitting another car in a collision that led to two Children and read being taken to the hospital. He wasn't at the game yesterday. That's your look at sports. I'm Steve Lamb. This'd the W B A P Morning use with Nicolo Say it. Steve Lambs, News and sports updates at the top and 30 past each hour traffic and.
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"Into the capital riot, so far more than 170 people have been charged and w T. O p. S. J. J. Green tells us investigators are slowly beginning to piece together those events on January 6th. When you look at those that have been indicted, you see patterns starting to take shape. They're about a dozen people or more that have been charged with conspiracy. They come from Texas, Virginia, New York, Tennessee, Ohio, Hawaii. Then there are people that are charged with weapons offenses, unlawful entry, destruction of property and at least one person that's being sought by authorities that was seen giving orders using a bullhorn to others. But some point the FBI and U. S attorney are going to lay all of this out and connect the dots. Again. That was w t o p NATIONAL security CORRESPONDENT J. J GREEN President Biden is planning a new memo aimed at modernizing the national security work Force More from federal news networks. Nicolo Briscoe Guidance memo will create a new interagency task force. The group will develop proposals to recruit retain and support national security professionals. And it will focus on creating more pathways for people with science, technology, engineering, math and cyber skills to join public service. The White House says. Biden will also issue another memo outlining the structure of the National Security Council. Nicole Briscoe Federal news Network. It's 9 41 2. Members of Congress have been fined for going around metal detectors outside the House chamber, Texas Republican Louie Gohmert and Georgia Republican Andrew Klein have each been fined $5000. The new penalties were approved by the House this week and follow step up security at the Capitol in the wake of the riding on the sixth of January. 1st defense for avoiding a metal detector is five grand. A second fence is $10,000. More help could be on the way for struggling folks in Maryland tonight, the state Senate unanimously approving on $1.5 billion pandemic relief bill and includes stimulus payments so low and moderate income Marylanders $750 will go to families and 452 individuals. The bill, which was first introduced by Governor Hogan also includes monthly sales tax credits. Up to $3000 to small businesses for four months. The bench. The measure now goes to the House of delegates where it's expected the past. There's been some progress in the region's covert vaccine rollout, but Maryland's still struggling governor Hogan is working on that. And today he toured the new mass vaccination site in Prince George's County, where he promised a new portal to make appointment. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said the mass vaccination sites like one he visited at six flags in Prince George's County. Will eventually get more vaccines from the federal government. For now, they're doing about 250 vaccinations a day And then as soon as the supplies pick up, which we've been promised by the federal government that they will We're gonna be able to do 6000 day here at this site. Now those are appointment on Lee. There have been complaints from residents who often call themselves vaccine hunters that having dis if through multiple websites to find a vaccine is confusing and time consuming. Pogon rejected the idea of creating a single state wide Web site. What we don't want is to have one central.
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"News desk. I'm Nicolo Say your next update US. At 6 24 7 coverage at WB ap dot com. Joe and John are very pretty good thing going. They work on this tight tip and screams and Key guys, this team to ignite the offense and they've been delivering Dallas starts a coach Rick Bonus, talking about Jo and Jon, that's like a pizza place. Starting about Joe Pavelski and John Klingberg. Good morning from our Mercedes Benz of Plano Sports desk. I'm Steve Lamb, or maybe a radio show somewhere. Pavelski had two gold two assists claim. Berg to assist stars winning Columbus 63 1st went on the road this season. Man's don't care where they win a game on the road or at home Tonight, there in Atlanta to play a really good hawks team, led by Trey Young, Young is you know is averaging like 39 16 over the last five games, just you know as an amazing stretch going, and so he's giving me a difficult the guy to deal with the average coach Rick Carlisle coaching a team that's locked six in a row Young by the way, made MBA history last week. Making his 400 career three pointer in the fewest games ever accomplished, uh, accomplishing the feat in just 159 games. And the president of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee, has a simple message for fellow members of Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party. The games will happen. Suri Maury yesterday, the main cheerleader for several weeks in Japan back by Switzerland's Committee chairman, Thomas Bach, after reports of swirled that the Olympics might be canceled. Decision about fans at the venues is to be made in the spring, but it seems likely fans from abroad will be excluded. But as of now, games look like they're gonna go on. That you're looking.
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"In China earlier this month. Heading immediately to a hotel for two weeks. Quarantine that isolation period is now over and the team was seen leaving its hotel on a bus. Earlier. Thea experts are tasked with investigating how the corona virus pandemic began. But it's still not clear how much access they'll be granted by Chinese authorities there in the city of Wuhan, where cases were first detected. Simon Alan Fox News I'm the W B A P news desk. I'm Nicolo Say your next update is had a 30 24 7 coverage
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"That's closed and from Southeast D. C. There's no inbound traffic on three bridges, the Frederick Douglass 11th Street and the Susan Bridges. The bridge closures are said to be in place until Thursday morning is much more on all of the closures In any changes in this area at w t o p dot com. If you're feeling nervous about the inauguration, we have some advice. There's so much going on right now. We've experienced some trauma. Julie Isaacs is a mental health therapist. A Kaiser permanent, she says. Beware. Caffeine can increase. We're anxious and negative feelings, maybe drink more water. Also focus on the positive by expressing our gratitude for things that are special and important in our life and to consider immediate Diet said just a few times during the day to catch up on what's going on. You're checking in rather than just having alerts going off all day. Long Christi King w T o P News. Just make sure when you checking in and said w t o P it's 5 50 to some new ethics regulations for senior White House officials are being rolled out by President elect Joe Biden, and they go beyond guidelines put in place by the Trump and Obama administration's. The Washington Post says that the biggest change will be a rule that bans incoming officials from receiving compensation from their previous employer for taking a government job. The second largest federal employees union is demanding more permanent tele work once the pandemic is over more from federal news networks. Nicolo Briscoe, the National Treasury employees Union says tell work and covert 19 vaccinations for federal employees. Are among its top priorities in the New Year, and T U National President Tony Reardon says he's seen successful remote work policies at several agencies during the pandemic, including the iris. The union will push for more tele work through legislation and in bargaining agreements with individual agencies. It also wants more agencies to help their employees get vaccinated from Cove in 19. Nicole Briscoe Federal News Network is a nationwide vigil that's scheduled later today to honor the nearly 400,000 lives lost to the Corona virus pandemic. Here in D. C. It's going to feature lighting around the reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial. Other cities were joining into with some landmarks like the Empire State Building in New York City and the space Needle in Seattle being lit up as well. The moment it's set for 5 30 this afternoon rental vacancies have been on the rise in DC So what does that mean for rent prices? That's up next in money news. 5 54. 2021 could be the year you grow your hair back, and now is a great time to do Just that. P A. I Medical Virginia is offering a new year special $500 off prp and.
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"U. S Capitol by a mob of President Trump's supporters, the House voted to impeach the president again. Correspondent Jill NATO has response from President Trump On the day he was impeached for a second time by the House of Representatives. President Trump condemned the violence that Rod Capitol Hill last week. No true supporter of mine could ever endorse. Political violence that from a White House video, which didn't mention the impeachment process. Ah process, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said, have to happen. The half Demonstrated. That no one is above the law, not even the president of the United States. Meanwhile, some 20,000 National Guard troops are pouring into the nation's capital to protect the upcoming presidential inauguration of Joe Biden in Washington. Jill NATO FOX News, federal officials say a medal in Flower Shop owner who posted video on Facebook bragging about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi office being broken into during the riot has been arrested along with another middle and resident Jenny Cud and a Liel rolls here. Charged in federal court Wednesday with entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct. Both misdemeanors could has told The Associated Press she didn't personally go into Pelosi's office and that she didn't do anything violent or destroy any property. Five people died in that riot, including the U. S. Capitol police officer who was viciously beaten by writers. Attorney General Ken Paxton is again targeting big tech firms. Paxton is demanding the Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon Web services and Apple turnover, their policy and practice guidelines regard. Content, moderation and more specifically for information related to parlor, which has been blocked by Google, Amazon and Apple. In a written statement, Paxton said, For years, these big tech companies have silenced voices in the social media sphere and shut down competing companies and platforms. There's only grown worse in recent months, all of them recently banned or restricted president Trump from usage. Kim Lankans, WB AP News From the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update is a 7 30 24 7 coverage at double BBA PETE COPS.
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"Right? And how would you till nine o'clock this morning? Crystal Saito's up at nine. By the way, we got a couple of things we got to get into. One is this Republican lawmaker who is claiming that there was suspicious visitors at the Capitol on January 5th a day before? The protesters arrived. All right, and that they said that those visitors would only have been permitted entry by a member of Congress. This is an interesting taking an accusation being made right now This comes from a Republican. Ours could be a Democrat missions should have said that right Democrat representative from New Jersey. Making Cheryl who said that her Facebook live address that her constituents needed to know that she witnessed these alleged exploratory tours. These unified unidentified members of Congress had groups coming through the capital. And they were doing re con for the next day, she claims. She said she will make sure that those lawmakers are held accountable and, if necessary, ensure that they do not serve. In Congress. She didn't identify the lawmakers are providing any information at the time. There's since been a release of names. The court, according to her and others are the ones that are the guilty parties here. But this is a pretty big claim here. That you have current congressman who actually allowed re Kon visits. So these protesters could figure out where they needed to go and what they needed to do once inside the Capitol. We don't know who these other congressman? Well, I'm not. I'm not saying their names because she didn't say them at the time of her Now there have been others who have speculated that it was these three. They're out there. Mm hmm. But I mean, this is this is a pretty damning claim. My fellow congressmen to say that you allowed these folks and for re Kon Well, doesn't that sort of take a lot of the wind out of the impeachment thing? If it was an inside job by some congressman, this is all alleged, of course. Sure. Well, then how is it Trump's fault that this happened because the Ricans actually happened before the speech? Yeah. So the speech that they're all pointing to Would not have mattered if they were already doing a recount. But the problem is and I'm sorry. I would like to apologize for my Spectrum wife either I'm going to get fixed. The, uh it's always it's always gonna be Trump's fault. Oh, yeah, It's always gonna be Trump's. You know, it doesn't make any difference What's going to happen or what has happened and what's gonna happen in the new administration. It's going to be Trump's fault. But this you gotta admit this is a pretty damning revelation. Come from a fellow congressmen to say, Hey, these three cats let him do re contours. That in conjunction with the TMZ story yesterday that said 10 to 15 Capitol Hill Police are right. Investigated. Yeah, for just letting it go letting a man and taking selfie is that is that is unbelievable, right? Capitol Police were in on it right. Well, how about the story? The Nicolo say hands about the Houston police officer 18 Year veteran who was there? It took photos of himself inside the Capitol. Put him on Facebook. Mm hmm. That guy's just a nadie it Speaking of man, that's all. He is An idiot. Speaking of that the Twitter CEO trying to explain the Trump Twitter band yesterday how But he made an interesting admission. We'll get into that after we check traffic..
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"Capital on classic Chevrolet. Republicans have blocked a House Democratic bill calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. Democrats will hold a full floor vote tomorrow. Under planning on moving forward with articles of impeachment. The president faces a single charge of incitement of insurrection stemming from the deadly riot at the Capitol last week, five people, including a U. S Capitol officer died in the chaos. Meanwhile, Washington D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser gave an update on security at the Capitol. She says she requested President Trump Issue a pre emergency declaration had a president elected Joe Biden's inauguration January 20th TC requested and was granted this designation and 2009 To support the ever inauguration of President Barack Obama. This is necessary because the inauguration post is several unprecedented challenges that exceeds the scope of our traditional planning process is President Trump says he will not attend Biden's inauguration a covered 19 vaccination. Maga centers open for business in Dallas Vaccine Mega Center it fair. Pork expected to vaccinate up to 200 people in our Dallas County medical director Phil Long says. The opening comes at a good time is Kobe. Cases and hospitalizations continue to rise, and we're very concerned about where we're going with this stress on our health care system. Davis Mas Mayer was one of the first in line for a shot after registering online is required of relief 140,000 people have signed up for shots in Dallas County and about 14,000 of them will be vaccinated by the end of this week. Clayton Nevil, WB AP News TEXAS Business will time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow was down 65 points. NASDAQ down 83 point Means on the S and P 500 down. 12 points news also brought to you by the law Offices of Nickname F From the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo Say your next update is at 11 30 24 7. Coverage at WB ap dot com Fucks.
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"Nicolo say your next update is at 6 30 24 7 coverage and w b a p dot com When I came here, that was a goal and you know, even more. Now you know where I'm at my career. You know, I want to win a Super Bowl, So I think everyone in this building's got that goal, and now it's time taking steps and working towards the Cowboys offensive guard Zach Martin, who said Hey, would've been available if this weekend The team would have made the playoffs for the All we all know that didn't happen, And now he can focus solace. He makes focusing on being ready for 2021 good morning from our Wkbw sports says, Come see them. Mark. None of the players addressing the media yesterday as a team cleaned out their lockers up with starting Frisco. So many things went wrong and 2024 Dallas injuries Cove in 19 now that affected the teams. Preparation weekend. We cap Dallas into that, finishing third in the NFC East and missing out on being in the postseason. One season ends. Another begins. The Mavericks are up and running as the MBA got started a few weeks ago. Dallas down in Houston last night with the beat the Rockets in the game, or Tim Hardaway ended up with 30 points coming off the bench says they want I'm here to help this to you any way I can. Kosher called someone else's number, and I just had to make sure I was a pro stay engaged in the game and mission when I got in the game, making impassioned head coach Rick Carlisle, apparently changing his starting lineup to get more size against Houston, Moved seven footer Really Palestinian for Hardaway for the first time this season and the Stars of the ice yesterday up in Frisco for the start of their training camp, But goaltender Anton Khudobin was missing still going through NHL mandated quarantines after some immigration issues. Season opener for the Dallas Stars nine days away in Florida against the Panthers that you're looking sports. I'm Steve Lamb. Drive home this afternoon at five with the Constitutionalist Mark Levin now the morning news with Al J and Brian Estrich on news to allocate 20 W B A.