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FBI Still Hasn't Found DNC, RNC Pipe Bomb-Maker

Morning Edition

01:58 min | 1 year ago

FBI Still Hasn't Found DNC, RNC Pipe Bomb-Maker

"Authorities have charged hundreds of people for allegedly participating in the January 6th right of the U. S Capitol. But one person still eludes them. The person who placed two explosive devices in Washington D. C the night before Here are Tim Mack and Dina Temple Raston from NPR's investigations unit. The crime the FBI is trying to solve happened between 7:38:30 P.m.. That's when authorities believe the suspect planted two pipe bombs just blocks from the Capitol. The suspect was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. Ah Cove in mask and expensive sneakers. They were Nike Air Max speed turf with the yellow logo. Surveillance cameras captured the figure walking through a Capitol Hill neighborhood the night before the January six riots. One of the bombs was placed on a park bench near the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, the other behind Republican Party headquarters and surveillance footage caught the suspect walking look at how close their feet are to each other. So that is a narrow base of gate. That's Dr Mike Nierenberg, who wrote the textbook on Forensic Gait analysis. He helps identify people based on how they walk. He's watching along with us as we review surveillance video from that night immediately. What you notice is the arm swing of the person on that left arm. There's not a lot of rotation in their upper half of their body, their torso. The FBI has asked for help finding someone who walks like this. The explosive devices they found were made from one by eight inch galvanized steel pipes. Plumbers typically used And they had plastic kitchen timers mounted on top. The con Jews been around set. The FBI said the explosive inside was homemade black powder, which could be a mix of just about anything that will ignite. Typically, it includes salt Peter and sulfur and gunpowder. The FBI is yet to say exactly what explosive was

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of the month. Covert vaccine rollout continues with the first vaccinations at US nursing homes where the virus has killed more than 110,000 people. Allison won a key with a Texas based immunization partnership says that's important because they're in high risk our increased risk for severe cove. It 19 complications and even death, so that's why they're in a high priority. Group in San Antonio. Shawn's have started at the V, a health system, and today the Baptist health system will begin vaccinating their healthcare staff. The coronavirus affected a record number of Americans Wednesday. Johns Hopkins University says there were over 247,000 new cases of covert and the U. S shattering the previous all time record. There are we're also over 3600 covert 19 related deaths, another daily record high. There were over 113,000 Americans in the hospital as of Wednesday, the highest number since the start of the pandemic. 42 year old French president Emmanuel Macron is tested positive for covert 19. The presidential palace released a statement today saying McCrone will self isolate for seven days and continue to work remotely. With the Alamo Bowl less than two weeks away, Concerns are being raised about the possibility of it turning into a super spreader event. Miran Nierenberg says strict safety protocols will be followed. We are keeping the 6 FT social distance learning requirement masks required. There will be enforced by code and event staff at all times unless you're eating or drinking. Capacity remains at 17% mark that we've had it at which means is their maximum of 11,000 people. We have the dome with a tremendous amount of peopie touchless sanitation, Plexi glass in place, and Nierenberg says fans not following the rules will immediately be kicked out. We find out which teams are playing in the Alamo Bowl on Sunday, new covered cases and hospitalizations continue to surge in the city. On average. There have been 1038 new cases reported daily in the past week on Lee 9% of Staff,.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Restrictions and quarantine orders ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, but some are finding it difficult to take orders from Democrats breaking their own rules. Two Top Democrats in Brooklyn slammed for attending an indoor birthday party last weekend for a prominent New York developer. Photos show Few guests wearing masks in Buffalo cell phone video shows fed up gym owner shouting away a health inspector and police who tried to break up their meeting. The group of about 50 people were not wearing masks and said. They were pro testing area counties. Latest restrictions that shut down gyms and other businesses deemed high risk. Metro health is issuing new guidance. In an effort to stem the rising number of covert 19 cases here in San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced that the department is urging residents to avoid all indoor activities with people outside of your household, especially in situations where you cannot wear a mask. Nierenberg said. The city is also ramping up enforcement of governor Abbotts orders City is stepping up enforcement of the state's orders. We've assigned new officers to conduct proactive, inspect inspections, and we are able now to do 350 inspections per week, Nierenberg said. The city is doing all it can to keep people safe. Bear County Judge Nelson Wolff is also among officials morning residents against traveling for Thanksgiving this year. The judge said he will not have a large scale Thanksgiving dinner this year. I hate the fact that can't get together without big, expanded family and we've got a big one. We're not gonna do it, and I would suggest that you consider doing the same thing well suggested inviting groups of 2 to 4 people to lessen the risk of transmission. Some local doctors are treating patients with covert 19, who, despite having the virus still believe it isn't real Dr. Ruth Bergrin with UT Health, San Antonio tells news for she has experienced this firsthand. I'm aware of people who are in the hospital sick with co vid. Who are saying I don't have covert. I don't believe in cove. It Another doctor, doctor, Diego, Miss Ellie with university health says he's also encountered patients with the same belief, he says, although it's frustrating. He tries to understand their skepticism because there is a constant stream of new information and there's been a lot of change on how to treat the virus. Solving cases in El Paso have nurses pleading for health. The Texas National Guard has deployed a strike force team to work in El Paso morgues as the coronavirus death toll rises nurses like one on Chanda, who works at the city's last Promise Medical Center. Say they're running out of supplies. We only get one and 95 per shift, and we don't get any hair or shoe coverings anymore. So nurses are buying their own, he says. I don't pass so hospitals the ICU nurses are caring for three paces each, which he says is dangerous, and it's left him exhausted. They're urging people to stay home this Thanksgiving to prevent the spread even further. Texas officials announced the state's cove in 19 vaccination plan. Governor Greg Abbott's office and the Texas Department of State Health Services revealed details on the eventual rollout of the covert 19 vaccine, which could possibly start in a few weeks..

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A hurricane by Sunday, but then be back to tropical storm status as it approaches the Texas shore. The National Hurricane Center says the storm will head north and then make a hard left heading west towards southeast Texas before heading north again along the shore towards Galveston. Brian Gagen news radio 1200 W II. With the decline in covert cases, Governor Greg Abbott has announced that much of the state's economy can reopen further. The new plan, which starts Monday, allows businesses to expand their capacity to 75% in parts of the state where hospitalizations remain low. However, abbot says bars will remain closed because bars are nationally recognized as Covic spreading locations. They're still not able to open at this time. However, it is important for them to know that we are Focused on finding ways to get them open. The rules for wearing masks will remain in effect because the governor says it's working. Since July, the number of hospitalizations in Texas due to the Corona virus has been cut by two thirds. Mayor Ron Nierenberg believes easing restrictions will not lead to another spike in cases as long as everyone keeps taking precautions and once again urged residents to wear masks. Please maintain those practices. Made to make sure you continue where your Mass because it isn't enforced. Part of our orders continues to be so I think it's critically important. Metro health officials reported 141 new cases of covered 19 and Bear County Yesterday, the number of Corona virus hospitalizations in the county continues to decline and is now a 214. Ice cream maker Bluebell is being fined more than $17 million for the listeria outbreak in 2015 the fine and forfeit your amount add up to the largest ever criminal penalty for a food safety case. When Texas State officials first notified Bluebell that samples tested positive for listeria, the company told its delivery drivers to pull the two flavors from store shelves. But Bluebell didn't recall the products or warn customers about potential contamination. Get the latest news any time anywhere. Just.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"73 Don't rule out a pop up thunderstorm today. And right now. Partly cloudy 72 degrees 701 at news Radio 1200 W. Away. I IES Texas prepared to handle the amount of personal protective equipment that will be needed to reopen schools in the fall. That's what Governor Abbott will address when he visits San Antonio today, Governor average press conferences from the Texas Division of Emergency Management Warehouse in San Antonio. It's a statewide distribution site for P. P's. Abbott says ramping up production is essential heading Into the school year. It could be a massive increase in the need for PP this coming fall. Abbott says his supply chain team has been working nonstop. Not only are we responding to the people he needs of today, but also they're working to ensure that we will have the PP supplies to make sure that we will get through the coming fall and winter season's Chris Fox News Radio 1200 W. Away I, governor of its press conference takes place at 11 o'clock this morning. Better health reported 56 new cases. Of co. Bit 19 and Bear County Monday, But Mayor Ron Nierenberg says the low number must be kept in perspective. Our daily average for the past seven days is a better reflection of the trending of these cases. And that number over the past seven days is 760. So do not let your guard down to new death were also added, bringing the county's death told a 370 the mayor said Part of the reason for the drop in cases is due to the city transitioning to a new data system. And he says San Antonio's covered 19 risk level remains between severe and critical, and the hospital system is still under severe stress. Hospital saw a small uptick in patients Monday with 886 and hospitals 350 of those in the I C u 238 on ventilators. Currently, the area is seeing a 15% positivity rate. HBs reporting 22 employees at it. San Antonio stores of tested positive for covert 19 since July 22nd. That brings the total to 108 a TV employees.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We can't rule out a pop up thunderstorm. Tonight's low 73 right now. Mostly cloudy. 73 degrees five o'clock. ATT news Radio 1200 w Away. I His Texas prepared to handle the amount of personal protective equipment that will be needed to reopen schools in the fall. That's what Governor Abbott will address when he pays a visit to San Antonio today, Governor Abbott's press conferences from the Texas Division of Emergency Management Warehouse in San Antonio. It's a statewide distribution site for Pee Pees. Abbott says ramping up production is essential Heading into the school year. It could be a massive increase in the need for people Eeee this coming fall. As his supply chain team has been working nonstop. Not only are we responding to the people he needs today, but also they're working to ensure that we will have the PP supplies to make sure that we will get through the coming fall and winter season's Chris Fox News Radio 1200 wook Metrohealth reported 56 new cases of Cove in 19 and Bear County yesterday, but Mayor Ron Nierenberg says the low number must be kept in perspective, Our daily average for the past seven days. Is a better reflection of the trending of these cases, and that number over the past seven days is 760. So do not let your guard down to new death were also added, bringing the county's death told a 370 Nierenberg said Part of the reason for the drop in cases is due to the city transitioning to a new data system hosted by the state of Texas. He says San Antonio's covert 19 risk level remains between severe and critical, and the hospital system is still under severe stress. Hospital saw a small uptick in patients on Monday with 886 in the hospital. 350 of those in I C U and 238 using ventilators. Currently, the area is seeing a 15% positivity rate. HBs reporting 22 employees, added San Antonio's stores of tested positive for Corona virus since July 22nd. That brings the total to 108 KGB.

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Former Trump doctor wins congressional runoff in Texas

Charlie Parker

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Former Trump doctor wins congressional runoff in Texas

"Is the declared victor in the Democratic Senate primary runoff, while Tony Gonzalez has declared himself the winner in the very close GOP district 23 run off. The former White House doctor is the winner of Tuesday's primary for Texas is 13th congressional district. Mehran Nierenberg says an August opening date for local school districts is too much too soon amid rising cove in 19 cases, the family of

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Nierenberg also announced a new system to determine the city's risk level. We've combined the seven indicators into one collective risk level, and we're currently between severe and critical hospital capacities at 10% multiple counties in the state of refrigerated trucks on standby as the cove it 19 death toll rises. Local officials say they're not needed yet, but the hospitals and funeral homes are quickly running out of space. And a Facebook post. Miran Nierenberg says the state of Texas moved too soon and too fast and re opening. He also warned that if we are unable to contain the spread of the virus, he will have no choice but to roll back the re opening of our city. Bear County Judge Nelson Wolf says San Antonio of school should not be in a hurry to reopen, adding that San Antonio scheduled re opening date of August 10th is too soon. He said School District should delay their opening dates for three weeks. Wolf also wants the governor to let schools determine the best way to reopen safely. Hopefully, he's going to take a look at this and decide that screw district's oughta have some flexibility. In determining how many kids will come in and any given time to sort of stagger their classes. Judge Wolf in Mayor Nierenberg will meet with school superintendents this week to discuss their plans. One medical company that is testing for covert 19 says the waiting period for results is getting longer Quest Diagnostics said. The average time is seven or more days for many patients. Company explained. The demand is primarily due to the rapid spread of infections in several regions of the country. Quest, officials added. Their limited in how quickly capacity can be added. It also said this issue isn't just affecting quest. But the laboratory industry as a whole as lawmakers in Washington, D. C work on legislation allowing the country to increase production of personal protective equipment. Frontline workers are in dire need of supplies like mass gowns and gloves. Amid the recent surge in covert 19 cases and the Problem is on. Ly expected to get worse as many states have reopened and schools and businesses are scrambling to obtain their own protective gear would demand continuing to outpace supply to field court decision of forced Texas Republican Party leaders to abandon plans for an in person convention this weekend Houston due to the ongoing pandemic. And the voting closes, and it is 53 to 4 Texas Republican Party chair James Dickey with the official tally. Just two days earlier, GOP Executive Committee members voted to move ahead with an in person convention. Despite Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is called a canceled due to the surge of covert 19 They were swayed by the party's legal counsel. Wait Hammer After two denials. There is not a viable legal remedy with that. I so advise the chair in this body that in my Opinion. There is no path forward. Chris Fox News Radio 1200 W. Away. Three Bear County voting locations are closed during today's primary runoff elections because the teams assigned to work them refused to show up during the pandemic in person voting at the remaining 214 sites can be done now until 7 p.m. On the Democratic ballot. The most high profile contest is between M. J. Hagar and Royce west of Dallas. To see which one will run against incumbent GOP US Senator John Cornyn this fall. Well the woman accused of helping bury the body of a murdered Fort Hood soldier is due back in court today. Cecil Yeah, Gill are currently being held in custody for her role in the death of Army specialist Vanesa G. And she'll be in court today for a bond hearing. The GM family will be there to their attorney, Nathalie Quam says. I want a regular locked up. I don't think she should be released whatsoever. I think that there should be multiple charges brought against her just for helping decapitate being but also a US soldier and was reported missing in April. Her body discovered early this month. The murder suspect, who was also serving on Fort Hood, committed suicide when confronted by the cops. Michael Board. NewsRadio 1200 Wook on the University of Texas at Austin plans to make changes to its campus but will keep its school song UT leadership announced Monday. It was renaming Joe Jamail field at the family's request. Toe honor Heisman winners Ricky Williams and Earl Campbell. A monument to you Tease. First black undergraduates will also be built. UT will not get rid of the school song the eyes of Texas, which have been criticised for originally being played by white students and black face. The changes are being made of following demands by UT football players last month. Well. Couch dining is expected to withstand restaurant re openings at Korea, Bloomberg has is in focus report, the thrill of eating out of newly reopened restaurants won't be able to beat the comfort of kitchen tables and couches. That prediction comes from investment bank Jeffries, which says the boost scene in the packaged food industry is here to stay as consumers choose.

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San Antonio area Judge says schools might want to 'delay their opening for three weeks'

Charlie Parker

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

San Antonio area Judge says schools might want to 'delay their opening for three weeks'

"Judge Nelson Wolf says San Antonio schools shouldn't be in a hurry to reopen, adding that San Antonio is Dee's scheduled reopening date of August 10th is too soon, he said. School District should delay their opening dates for three weeks. Wolf also wants Governor Abbott to let schools determine the best way to reopen safely, but he's going to take a look at this. And decide this crew district's oughta have some flexibility in determining how many kids will come in and any given time to sort of stagger their classes. He and Mayor Nierenberg will meet with school superintendents this week to discuss their plans. One

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And Bear County. The total includes 198 new cases reported Sunday. Officials also reported eight new deaths raising the county's death told a 131 of the latest death was a patient who was no more than 19 years old, the youngest cove in 19 death in the county. More than 5700 patients have recovered. Mayor Ron Nierenberg took to Instagram to talk about the rise in covert 19 cases when we report these facts For our community. They aren't numbers. They're people, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, cousins, grandmothers and grandfathers, aunts and uncles, Best friends and co workers. Loved ones and neighbors. San Antonia mes young and old gone, Nierenberg warned that hospitals are approaching capacity, so it's important. We do our part to take preventative measures to stop the spread of the virus. As of today, the city of San Antonio's free Corona virus testing sites will only test people showing symptoms of the virus. City officials announced the policy change. Yesterday, the city operated free testing sides or ATT. Freeman Coliseum. The quay our community center in case in middle school, the free tests are meant for patient. It's who may not have health insurance or a primary care provider. Texas reported a record 8258 new covert 19 cases on Saturday, followed by 3449 on Sunday. As of Sunday, 8181 people were hospitalized for covert 19. Austin Mayor Steve Adler believes more restrictions are needed to curb the spread of the virus were watching the numbers on a daily basis. We may have to take more drastic action and we've laid that out, and it's something that we're discussing publicly in the community right now on CNN State of the union, Adler warned. The cities I see youse could be full in the next week.

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George Floyd march in downtown Houston, San Antonio

Rush Limbaugh

01:06 min | 2 years ago

George Floyd march in downtown Houston, San Antonio

"And it's ten Antonio continues to heal from Saturday night's unrest following a huge peaceful protest in honor of George George Floyd there Nierenberg says that dozens of people who gather downtown to clean up after the aftermath on Sunday show the exact same kind of spirit as the protest prior to the folks that were in those lines of people marching downtown on Sunday morning to clean up or almost the same kinds of scenes you could see when they were marching through the streets for just the same kinds of folks meantime protesters demonstrated peaceful fully in front of the bear county courthouse yesterday they were joined by a share of having our Salazar well victim George Floyd's family will be marching towards Houston city hall this afternoon as ongoing protests continue around the nation Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner said that they expect thousands of people to show up and law enforcement officials have been called in from all levels on the computer to left of this family the marches if it's not a city of Houston E. van but it is being organized by a local community

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Increase occupancy to fifty percent according to the governor's re opening guidelines outside patio areas allow for unlimited seating as long as tables are six feet apart and there are only six people per table as businesses reopen there is an increasing demand for professional cleaning crews to prevent a spike in corona virus cases in Texas rex gore who has professional janitorial services says they're being forced to get creative were designed and fabricated our own disinfected stands re purposing of soap dispensers for the purpose dispensing hand sanitizer he says much of the demand is being driven by fears over lawsuits building owners are hiring cleaning crews to reduce liability if someone gets sick or more corona virus testing sites are opening in San Antonio and Austin yesterday governor Greg Abbott announced that CBS will be opening multiple drive thru testing sites in both cities saying they will expand testing access to more communities the testing sites will involve some swabs but a CVS employee will observe the process to make sure it's done correctly results should be returned in about three days you can register at CBS dot com starting today to make an appointment for a test screen time mayor Nirenberg says the city is not ready to reopen its polls despite the governor's recent decision to lift restrictions Nierenberg said Thursday that his transition team is working on ways to make the polls open back up in the safest way with local health officials monitoring help other businesses across the state are doing with re opening to make sure there is no new spike in cases Nierenberg said a plan is being developed now so once they feel.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bud some encouraging news out of Texas a and M. Dr Jeffrey surreal is at Texas a and M. and says that the drug has already been approved for bladder cancer so if their trials are positive using this particular drove they could use some tomorrow if we look at like a ten percent effect that can have a huge impact on the number of mortalities in the fraternity of Disney but we hated to cope at nineteen the doctor adds the vaccine they're testing to treat the corona virus has already been around for more than one hundred years the re opening orders in San Antonio the little bit on the modified side from the governor's orders mayor Ron Nirenberg counting on us to make sure the modified re opening orders are followed though he wants us to get out and enjoy all the re open to businesses but make sure they're doing it right a lot of this will be self regulated because the challenge for us in the gold to reestablish business in a safe way is also to make it a safe activities so that people feel comfortable going to businesses Nierenberg says businesses who don't follow the guidelines are subject to civil penalties and it turns out about half of all Texas restaurants will be re opening today at that twenty five percent capacity and while the numbers of requests for unemployment benefits across the state and they should break more records many essential workers are uniting today to protest apparently someone ploys from FedEx and Walmart are joining those from Amazon who are protesting today over virus related work conditions fired Amazon warehouse worker Chris Smalls put this video together to advertise the strike featuring workers from the different companies and their demands real paid sick leave now thanks.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"O. ani there were Nierenberg says local residents should be prepared to see the numbers of positive of it nineteen cases increase exponentially these next few weeks will be difficult as we test more people we're seeing more confirmed cases of covert nineteen that's the reality he also announced the city had just learned that five more residents from the southeast nursing home and rehabilitation center of Southcross had died from the virus he said the nursing home never notified officials about those victims until the city requested more information on all the deaths metro health says there are now five hundred and three confirmed cases of cove in nineteen in the county health officials say six deaths from the virus were reported yesterday including the five from that nursing home eighteen people now have died from covet nineteen in bare county almost eighty three hundred cases statewide with one hundred fifty four deaths a series of measures being taken in county government to help the blow to the economy thanks to this cove it nineteen pandemic where county officials are projecting a big loss of revenue due to the cove it nineteen pandemic manager David Smith sent a memo stating that the county could lose an estimated seventy to one hundred million dollars he called for a series of measures to prevent employees from being for load including a county wide hiring freeze a stoppage on capital projects and a suspension of the county's normal budget process this year Smith said the county took similar actions during the two thousand eight recession but the economic impact of the pandemic is expected to be far worse Tanner Carlson news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. the new projected peak of this corona virus outbreak in Texas about twelve days away a lot sooner than expected they thought it would be right around may second turns out it's going to be closer to April nineteenth but some good news from the county thousands of bear county citizens will soon be getting checks back to reimburse them for overpayment of property taxes county's office of tax assessor collectors plans to send about four thousand checks to those who overpaid now it comes at a very good time a lot of folks out of work or working reduced hours because of this outbreak the offices lobbies remain closed but you can reach them for questions online by phone or even by mail of course they still have the twenty four hour drop boxes available and we're under stay at home orders but it's not really affecting the real estate industry evidently San Antonio realtor share Majorca says that the economy has not even slow down people from both buying and selling homes very much interested in seeing how and with the lower interest rate I'm still seeing a lot of activity she says the realtors have already been moving to more virtual tours anyway using things like facetime so there are concerns about spreading the virus on any walk throughs there rarely even done in person anymore well Texas abortion clinics must remain close it's part of governor Abbott's coded nineteen elective surgery band the fifth circuit court of appeals sided with the governor concluding that a lower court decision allowing the clinics to stay open what's wrong Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton spokesman mark Wright lander governor.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The daily update on the Kobe nineteen pandemic yesterday banned county judge Nelson Wolff address the news about a via bus driver who tested positive for the virus a bus driver was announced today that he was tested positive B. as riding their throws right now notifying everybody that's on that route to make sure they're all OK and if need to be tested they were ready to do it he also announced this hiring and spending freeze to prevent current employees from having to be furloughed due to the economic impact of the corona virus he says he's hoping the situation will begin to improve after this week so that the stay at home order can be relaxed a little bit meanwhile city officials say five more residents from that south east side nursing home and rehabilitation center have died from the virus they run Nierenberg says the deaths happened earlier in the week and the city had not been notified he says an investigation into this housing home break is on the way we have to place the highest level of scrutiny as we move through and make sure that we contain this localized outbreak the mayor is advising residents to continue to follow all the CDC guidelines on social distancing this Easter weekend well the census bureau is sending paper forms to homes eleven filled the online questionnaire out yet starting today the paper forms will be going out to more than sixty five and a half million homes most people started getting the notices in the mail a month ago telling them they could respond online or heck even call census officials say the bureau suspension of field operations between mid March and mid April because of the corona virus pandemic it's probably is what's cutting into response rates well president trump is threatening to pull U. S. funding form the World Health Organization he says he doesn't like the way they're handling the co that nineteen pandemic the U. S. is a big contributor to the world health organisation currently giving about a hundred twenty two million dollars a year but the group's response to the cove in nineteen outbreak has roiled president trump so much details fox's Hannity re step that they made everything that they said was wrong and always in favor of China it was WHO's they declared the disease a public health emergency back on January twentieth that was forty three days before president trump declared a national emergency in the U. S. the Texas Democratic Party is having to sue to expand that mail in voting as a safety measure during this pandemic state law limits mail in ballots to those who can't vote in person for health reasons are eligible voters in jail those sixty five and older and people out of the country lawsuit filed Tuesday in San Antonio would allow voters to mail in ballots as a means of social distancing primary runoff election originally set for may twenty six has been rescheduled for July fourteenth a growing number of cities just like San Antonio urging people to wear masks when they go into public Dr Cynthia Weston who teaches nursing at Texas a and M. says the mask will not prevent you from getting the corona virus it's to prevent you from spreading it and she says the grocery is low risk so you don't have to strip down and toss all your clothes in the washing machine when you get home right now the risk is believed to be about to be carrying it on your clothing but not that it's impossible she says we do not know how long the corona virus lives on clothing but it's been tested on cardboard which is also pours and there it lasts about one day Michael board news radio twelve hundred W. away high a new study says those who live in counties with higher air pollution problems are more likely to get and dying from the corona virus study came out of Harvard it says that the risk of dying from the virus hi res in those counties with higher levels of long term air pollution studies authors says an increase of one gram per cubic meter in fine particulate matter corresponded to a fifteen percent increase in the death rate in Mexico help is arriving for families hit hard by the corona virus it's not coming from the government or volunteers it's from the Gulf cartel these are drug traffickers in a barely they dropped off boxes of food at home through Tamaulipas that's across from Brownsville Rice University professor Guadalupe Guerrero who's living in Mexico says this is a really big deal Mexico is a developing country with a very large informal economy people day by day people cannot just stay at the home of the home based on she says the food donations by the Gulf cartel are not surprising in the past they've actually shown up with toys for children at Christmas and even provided aid after hurricane Ingrid hit that happened back in twenty thirteen well stuck at home consumers are drinking more beer a lot more beer bring needy young with Bloomberg as today's in focus report toilet paper is not the only thing at the top of the stock at home crowd shopping list Nielsen reports U. S. beer sales surged thirty four percent in the third week of March alone and a lot of that surge may be from the former bar crowd ever actually approaching a point now where our production is the same as it was before the parent entered that's great in her parking around beverage director for the neighborhood restaurant group and one of its companies blue jacket brewery in Washington DC the brewery typically sells ninety percent of its beer from taps at its restaurants in the group now social distancing has inspired anger to morph its business into a carry out and delivery service becoming a one stop shop for several meal needs he says the surging beer sales may be less about Americans wanting to grab a cold brew from.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Moved up a couple of weeks good Wednesday morning I'm Megan bishop with our top stories and traffic and weather together from the W. away I traffic center we have some long term research happening right on I. ten on the east side eastbound and westbound from sixteen oh four to foster road looks like they're going to be adding two or three lines on each side it's gonna be a huge deal to get through all of that this is expected be completed in late twenty twenty two so expect a one little while for that to happen if you're ever traveling to their please watch out for road crews away travel news radio twelve hundred W. O. yeah I for us today ninety degrees response to be in the fifties seventy three degrees under cloudy skies a news radio twelve hundred W. away online there were Nierenberg says local residents should be prepared to see the number of positive cultivated nineteen does continue to rise these next few weeks will be difficult as we test more people we're seeing more confirmed cases of covert nineteen that's the reality the mayor also announced the city's just learned that five more residents from the southeast nursing home and rehabilitation off south cross has died from the virus he says that nursing home did not notify officials about the victims until they requested more information on all of the debts an investigation is under way metro health says there are now five hundred and three confirmed cases of covert nineteen in bare county alone health officials say six deaths from the virus reported just yesterday including the five victims from that nursing home eighteen people have now died from covet nineteen in bare county eighty two hundred cases statewide with one hundred fifty four deaths and the new projected peak of this virus pandemic in the state of Texas alone is within two weeks time much sooner than expected data from the institute for health metrics and evaluation says that the outbreak will peak on April nineteenth not may second as was first thought.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's over on the shoulder it's not causing a major jam or anything but use caution as you go by and we saw construction blocking the exit ramp from Wesley portend south bound to Marbach I'm calling Ellis news radio twelve hundred W. away I partly sunny skies for the rest of the week at our highs will be in the low nineties still sitting at sixty seven degrees under fair skies at newsradio twelve hundred W. away I first up our city of San Antonio bear county Bernie and Kendall Kelly all issued an executive order telling residents to stay home and work safe it's our new mantra it's an effort to slow the spread of the corona virus Iran Nierenberg said only essential workers will be allowed to go to work but grocery stores and restaurants they're still fine restaurants will remain closed for dining but drive up carry out and delivery service will remain permissible here it goes into effect tonight at eleven fifty nine it's expected to were right remain in effect until April ninth that's the next sixteen days essential work places include healthcare manufacturing construction and communication and even if the Olympics are being postponed thanks to the corona virus outbreak Japan's prime minister says that the Tokyo games now we're going to be postponed officially until twenty twenty one ET SA sports marketing professor Rick Jensen says funniest signs that this was gonna happen Tokyo is already strangled down many of the preparations for the of the act like the lighting of the flame and torch relay and all these things he says this will have a huge economic impact because sponsors pay big Bucks to be part of the broadcasts well it was one Seattle but now it turns out New York City has become the epicenter of the cove it nineteen pandemic in the United States out of the nearly forty seven thousand confirmed cases in the U. S. close to half of those covert nineteen cases right here in New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is in desperate need.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Spread of this coronavirus Nierenberg urged residents though to not react by rushing to the grocery store remember we do not have shortages our food supply remains plentiful the grocery store shelves are empty at times because of unnecessary according to stop under the order only essential workers will be allowed to go to work essential work includes health care construction manufacturing the grocery stores restaurants and communication meanwhile the city of Burnie also closing all non essential businesses under their declaration came from mayor Tim my handwritten Anderton says people should avoid gatherings and if anyone's traveled more than a hundred miles from Bernie self quarantine for fourteen days it leads these are tough measures but that action must be taken the consequences are dire for in action or no action or two little action the consequences lead up to death meanwhile congressional leaders and White House officials believe they're ready to close on a deal for this corona virus relief package they say negotiations on the two trillion dollar arrangement will lead to a successful vote this evening Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said they were on the phone with the president during the negotiations Schumer agreed with managing that the deal was almost within reach well health experts have sent out warnings about hand washing and that's cause a run on hand sanitizers so some local distilleries are converting their production lines to pick up the slack on a normal day Dennis Rhinelander would be overseeing the production of award winning whisky but with bars close due to the corona virus demand for distilled spirits is down that's why San Antonio based ranger creek has switched and it's now pumping out high proof liquor as a way to make hand sanitizer we're focused on the address can purchase Bonner community we also try to give some away does to families in need Rhinelander says so far they've had more than a hundred groups reach out I'm Beth Myers news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd Walgreens Costco trader Joe's Joe's they're all joining other retailers in setting aside special hours for seniors to shop as this pandemic continues many other retailers have started to roll out similar arrangements and foreign ministers in the G. seven set to meet virtually this week due to the corona virus pandemic the group of seven foreign ministers will use video teleconferencing to hold this week's meeting virtually rather than getting together in person the G. seven ministerial was supposed to have been held in Pittsburgh but the U. S. state department change things amid the global corona virus pandemic is the latest diplomatic event to be sidelined for fear of spreading the virus the association of southeast Asian nations leaders meeting had been scheduled for Las Vegas but it was also postponed Kent State University canceling the may for the shooting commemoration be cause of this outbreak university officials announced yesterday that all fiftieth anniversary events are canceled a virtual programs in the works of the school.

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First case of coronavirus identified in Texas; group returning from China quarantined in San Antonio

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

First case of coronavirus identified in Texas; group returning from China quarantined in San Antonio

"Health officials though still downplaying the overall risk in the U. S. boxes Evan brown has more life LA see this new coronavirus cases the fifteenth in the US but it is the first among Americans evacuated from Wuhan China and quarantine at Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio Texas and this patient is isolated at the hospital and is not a risk to the general public San Antonio and should feel confident and continue to go about their lives well health professionals treat and contain the disease mayor Ron Nierenberg the CDC says the patient was a solo traveller and has not been near friends or family so the risk of transmitting the virus to another person

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CDC confirms 15th US coronavirus case, a Wuhan evacuee

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

CDC confirms 15th US coronavirus case, a Wuhan evacuee

"Health officials though still downplaying the overall risk in the U. S. boxes Evan brown has more life in Lacey this new coronavirus cases the fifteenth in the US but it is the first among Americans evacuated from Wuhan China and quarantine at Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio Texas and this patient is isolated at the hospital and is not a risk to the general public San Antonio instead feel confident and continue to go about their lives well have professionals treat and contain the disease mayor Ron Nierenberg the CDC says the patient was a solo traveller and has not been near friends or family so the risk of transmitting the virus to another person is

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U.S. evacuees placed in quarantine on military base

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

01:03 min | 2 years ago

U.S. evacuees placed in quarantine on military base

"We are learning the first death from the court of virus outside of China takes place in the Philippines officials on Sunday they're saying a forty four year old Chinese man from what land first showed signs he was getting better but his condition deteriorated within the last twenty four hours and he died his thirty eight year old female companion also from one hand China is fighting the virus in the Middle hospital she's the second case in the Philippines the mayor of San Antonio says the city does not have a case of the corner virus but they will keep an eye on the situation mayor Ron Nierenberg responding to by the defense department that is a back working Americans from China and placing them in quarantine at US military bases including Lackland airforce base in San Antonio as secretary of defense mark as per I did give the green light to place the people in four spots the other three are the one hundred sixty eight regiment regional training institute in fort Carson Colorado Travis airforce base in California and the marine corps air station Miramar

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"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To water for health care or sewers is more energy I think all of us are here would be on fire well mayor Ron Nierenberg said there is no better way for a modern city to fall behind and lack of access to the internet president trump says NATO is indeed getting stronger during a photo op with French president Emmanuel not grown in London trump said NATO was headed in the wrong direction before he started pushing for all member nations to boost their defence spending seven toenails irate of domestic violence is back in the spotlight tonight at a meeting of the mayor's commission on the status of women Dr Erica Gonzalez says that it's important to realize that our city's got a problem when we deal with menacing as the first step is always accepting that there's a problem need otherwise people and everything if there's anything that we need to do about it she says addressing the issue goes beyond the health of a city she says addressing domestic violence also improves our city's image well now the Black Friday and cyber Monday are over today is giving Tuesday that's why there's a focus on us making donations to a number of charities Rebecca Hildebrand she's with the San Antonio area foundation she says locally it's actually a tale of two cities we have multiple opportunities to address that historic inequity you're giving nonprofit to care about the people in the communities that have been left behind and she has plenty of local nonprofits to donate to today on giving Tuesday make sure that donations will stay right here in the city of San Antonio there's some exciting news the beach boys have announced a performance at the Tobin center it's not till April bug classic rock groups concert is actually April.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Am the first in my family that was born in my parents European immigrants I started **** Germany that was the beginning of the the uprising of Hitler yeah my mother was able to associate my father was smuggled out of Germany before things got bad you join their free to and my sister Lucy found fortunate permanent refuge in Seattle Washington David Nierenberg told me song and saw an ambassadorship as a way to square the circle of his family's legacy some kind of symbolic justice it's not uncommon among the people I know come through this experience to want to have relationships too powerful people in government because let's face it almost anyone who are the person we survived or whose parents or grandparents survived the Holocaust did so because of the intervention of someone who who helped them and you think you think that explains Gordon Sunland support of president trump I think it may I think it may it wasn't a straight line now Sonnen supported trump in the Republican primary and then when Donald Trump disparaged a gold star families Solomon backed out of it from fundraiser and then trump became the nominee and Solomon didn't just change his mind he went all in and made a million dollar donation to president trump's inaugural committee Lindbergh scene spent a decade working as a consultant for someone bursting describes him as a political pragmatists who would align himself with whomever could get a mid stream job it was a chance he the kind of right at the run the horse into that position he tried to be involved in the gym bush campaign and here was his kind of like his ticket to the ball here and I think with trump me so I chanced.

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"nierenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nierenberg" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Didn't stop me I kept going because that's what god lord filmmaker George Nierenberg was just in time to catch the first generation of gospel pioneers he films Thomas a Dorsey brought a blues influence to the music. he wrote the song precious lord in the nineteen thirties while grieving for the death of his pregnant wife Dorsey sings the memorable lyrics many are gone still here. more. the film culminates in a gospel celebration bringing together a clean performers such as the o'neill twins and the sister we see Dorsey Vickers choirmaster in his. the power of their music Mr even a non believer. saying amen somebody is now playing at film at Lincoln center for more information visit W. NYC dot org slash talks. we were. the Supremes were elegance and carnage. good night and I'll be sitting down with original and founding member miss merry Wilson at the Apollo theater to talk about the Motown legends on stage and off including those spectacular gowns Tuesday September seventeenth at the Apollo.

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