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"oklahoma border" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now news radio 1200 w O A. I well. Governor Greg Abbott is set to sign the election Integrity bill today. The bill will overall back some pandemic related voter accommodations, along with establishing new rules for mail in voting and tightening existing voting procedures. Supporters have said the laws needed to uphold election integrity. But critics have gone as far as to call the law. Jim Crow 2.0 U. S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, speaking out, says the Justice Department is looking at ways to challenge the new abortion law in Texas. Garland said his office is in his words urgently exploring options in response to the Heartbeat Act. Which bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected that New Texas abortion law has women running for the border, the Texas Oklahoma border. Here's Wi eyes, Bette Myers, abortion clinics and neighboring states are seeing a spike in calls from women who want the procedure but our past the six week deadline That Gingrich Gaylord is with a clinic called Trust Women in Oklahoma. They're going to be people who are we might say that they fall through the cracks of the truth is they're being pushed their booked through the end of September. Texas Pro Choice groups have organized transportation to neighboring states in protest of a law that bans the procedure after a fetal heartbeat is detected. I'm Beth Myers News radio 1200 W O A. I had a number of celebrities and entertainers have come out opposed to the New Texas abortion law, among them Billie.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We are fighting the fake tres fake news. Fake news report from Argus Hamilton, Texas Governor Greg Abbott declared that Texas has the money to build its own border wall, and this will not satisfy their deepest needs. If Texas really wants to protect its honored by building a wall, they should build it on the Oklahoma border and keep the Sooners football team out. Juneteenth marks a day after the civil War that the Yankees arrived in Galveston to reveal the conflict ended two months earlier, and the slaves were now free as if kids don't have enough on their plates. Now, teachers have to explain the students why nobody sent a text, saying the war was over by the boom by the being. Geneva hosted the summit between President Biden and Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. They discussed cyber security, arms control and human rights. Afterward, Biden declared the meeting with Putin a success. Hunter now has a seven figure job on the board of Putin Oil and gas. The Weather channel reports that a brutal heat wave in the southwest resulted in an unplanned electricity outages in Texas. Officials are trying their best amid blackouts to keep the generators running. Apparently, Texas is now called the Lone Star State for the Yelp reviews of their power grid in New York Post says the group world against Toys causing Harm started an online campaign to read toys that harmed Children, not to mention adults. The London Sun reports that a man in London last week was hospitalized with six toy horses stuffed inside his rectum. Doctors list his condition as stable. President Biden went blank for 40 seconds while hosting an EU leaders roundtable meeting in Brussels Monday. It's starting to affect his poll numbers. Nowadays, when parents tell their kids they could grow up to be president. It's a threat to get them to eat their vegetables or become one resorts. World will be the first mega casino hotel opening in Vegas on the Strip in a decade during the Fourth of July week, 10 years ago, my car overheated and route to my visit to Vegas night to stay overnight. In a motel in Pahrump. The motel was such a dump. They stole my towels. You ever seen a grown man naked? President Biden gave a televised speech on the bloody gun violence that's plaguing America's largest cities as summer arrives as a nation we've had better weeks yesterday didn't look so good when Afghanistan addressed the United Nations, and they offered to send peacekeepers to Chicago Holy guacamole. And I guess we'd better ended here. The Olympic runners Shel Shelby hula Hand blamed her positive steroid test Tuesday on a tainted burrito she bought from a Mexican food truck while jogging in Oregon. Did she change sports? If she's interrupting your jog for a roadside burrito? She must be training to win the Golden sphincter control. That's all folks believe you, My mom. And that was our, um, whatever. It was fake news reports, news report, and on the other side, we're going to talk with Alexis smaller from the Tampa Bay Business journal Small businesses. Having a lot of trouble paying rent in June was it all because of Covid will find out in just said Hey, we gotta rack your brain too. We do have a rack your brain. Eight o'clock can all be given away. Tickets for the Lightning game. Game seven tomorrow. Emily Arena, You could be there that more coming up on AM Tampa Bay after traffic with John Thomas. We'll get to traffic in just a few minutes, having a few issues with our system here, get into traffic, So we'll get there in a few minutes here, But, yeah, rack your brain will be given away those lightning tickets. So if you want a chance to be at Amalie Arena that's going to be rocking. Game seven. Make sure you're loud if you're there And now we'll go to traffic with John Thomas from the most Nissan traffic center. Traffic is slowing as you come across the Howard Franklin Bridge from Penelas into Hillsborough, and we have an accident in New Port Richey on state Road, 54 westbound as you approach Starkey Boulevard. This traffic report is sponsored by express rose dot com Now is the time to get a new job. Express employment professionals never charges. Job seekers of the It is more than 35,000 job openings with high demand in construction, driving,.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Buyers on hand writing checks Classic Chevrolet. Find new roads. Meteorologist Brad Barton and never to be a P Weather center. Sunny to partly cloudy, windy, inhuman of the highway 87 Today South winds 15 20, then we're a little nervous, always nervous about overnighters. And by that, I mean, we're expecting to see showers and thunderstorms developed probably near the Kansas Oklahoma border, maybe the Oklahoma Texas Panhandle border. Then move in here early tomorrow morning. They'll be on top of you before you know it. So at any rate, expect some big storms overnight could be some large hail, damaging winds. Very heavy rains early tomorrow morning with love 71. Whatever is left of those storms could form outflow boundaries in new storms tomorrow afternoon, right now that W b a p. 77 degrees After a 10 hour standoff at his flower mound home and a hail of gunfire. A 60 year old man is in police custody. Officers originally responded to a 911 call it seven of four p.m.. On Wednesday from the suspects wife who had left the residents and called from a neighbor's home to report her husband's suicidal threats. Flower man police chief Andy Cancel, says the suspect fired Johnson officers just after eight last night. The FBI breached the home before six this morning when he surrendered. The officers were shot but are expected to be okay. Authorities are looking for a motive behind a mass shooting at a rail yard in San Jose, California, They claimed the lives of nine people correspondent Jeff Paul reports, More information has been revealed about the victims and the shooter authorities releasing the names of people who died. Their ages range from his youngest 29 years old to 63. We're also learning.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Only could be a B 24 7 news desk. Last. Surely com w B A P first traffic and weather on the ones in Fort Worth. He still north of 20 between Blue Mound Road and Mark Four Parkway. The left Lane is closed for ongoing construction. Expect about a 2 to 3 minute delay as you make your way through that area was bound highway 1, 83 and Highway 1 14 have some roadwork set up. This has the right lane closed. And didn't that crash on north on I 35 year Texas Boulevard has been clear. The W B A P first traffic and weather on the ones on Dave Alan. It's time for Teacher Appreciation. Classic Chevrolet in Grapevine is giving away a brand new 2021 Chevy equinoxes to one Lucky Texas teacher plus a $200 gift card each week in May visit Classic Chevys Facebook page today for all the details, find new roads. We've been tracking some big thunderstorms up to the north of the area, some help producing storms of north of Sherman some reports of quarter and half dollar sized hail upon the Texas Oklahoma border. Thankfully, most of that action stays north of the Metroplex. Couple of isolated storms have popped up north of Weatherford, that air drifting onto the east here. Cloudy skies temperatures being held down here with all the cloud covered today and tomorrow. McKinney's only 57 right now and Fort Worth has 58 degrees. I think we do make the sixties this afternoon. Some thunderstorms possible hidden Miss storms in from the West. More thunderstorms possible tomorrow high 63 And then later this week eighties returned by Friday and into the weekend at the service of Positive coaching Alliance got issues with their youth.
1 Arrested, 1 Sought in Connection to Texas Officer Shooting
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Texas police make an arrest after an officer shot in a traffic stop hours after North Texas police officer was shot during a traffic stop early Wednesday a suspect in the shooting was arrested near the Oklahoma border patrols and police chief Billy Cordell said thirty nine year old Jerry don elders is suspected of shooting officer Joshua a lot three times elders and two others are suspected of them fatally shooting a woman driver in a car jacking elders was wanted on two felony drug offense warrants the wounded officer was hospitalized in alert and stable condition it was at least the fourth shooting of a Texas law enforcement officer since March hi Mike Rossio
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KTRH
"Is quick, basic, possibly can try to win a ballgame tonight. Get back to full strength just assumes we can't Martin Maldonado, your Don Alvarez and Robel Garcia have also been placed on the injured list. It doesn't mean the players actually tested positive. For covert, but it may have come in contact with someone who did new developments in the misconduct lawsuits against Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. Fox's Matt Napolitano reports to Sean Watson's attorney, Rusty Hardin, confirming that one of 22 civil lawsuits filed against the Houston Texans quarterback has been dropped. Hardened, says he received the names of 20 of the plaintiffs claiming sexual assault or misconduct by Watson. That's after two judges ruled during emergency hearings last week that those formerly anonymous Jane Doe's had to come forward with their identity in order to move forward with the legal process. One idea Did. He remains unknown while according to Tony Busby, the attorney for all of these accusers, one person opted to drop their case for now over fears for their privacy. Watson continues to deny the allegations levied against him. Matt Napolitano, Fox News Man is in custody for allegedly shooting and injuring in North Texas Police officer Jerry Don elders was arrested this afternoon near the Oklahoma border after police chased him down and now the case is being handled by the Texas Rangers and investigation is now underway as to whether elders killed a woman during a Carjacking shortly after the shooting. Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike McGrath is apologizing for last week's glitch involving the star exam or half, told the State Board of Education today he should be blamed for the issue, which kept students from completing the test. Texas is still working on guidance for local school district's regarding federal cash allotment from Corona virus relief packages. The state is dealing with tighter energy grid conditions. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT says the grid is missing 33,000 megawatts of energy due to generator maintenance, plus lower wind and solar energy output. ERCOT does not believe conservation will be necessary. They promised the generator maintenance is needed to keep them running smoothly. Woodlands. US Congressman Kevin Brady is going to retire at the end of this term. The 66 year old representative announced that this morning at a Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce meeting as chairman of the powerful Ways and Means Committee, Brady shepherded the 2017 tax cuts through Congress. Brady has been serving since 1996 The White House says root causes must be addressed to solve the illegal immigration surge of the southern border. However, Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar says it takes a long time for financial aid to Central America to pay off. By the time we do an appropriation bill will be the end of the year. By the time they implement that money, they're probably next year the summer next year. Quasar says The flood of illegal immigrants has hit all time highs. The Border Patrol caught 3100 people in just the Rio Grande Valley sector on Tuesday. That's a record vice president Kamila Harris plans to visit Mexico and Guatemala to talk immigration President Biden has announced the United States will pull its remaining 2500 troops from Afghanistan by September. The 11th The president says that after 20 years the U. S, has achieved its initial goals of disabling Al Qaeda and making Afghanistan less of a safe haven for terrorists. Senator Lindsey Graham strongly disagreed with President Biden during a news conference following the president's announcement. What I heard today from President Biden is were withdrawing because has been too long withdrawing because America is tired. Until America that you may be tired of fighting radical Islam. They're not tired of fighting you, President Biden says. If we wait for the right conditions to leave Afghanistan we never will. Graham and other critics worry that the same thing will happen. That happened in Iraq when American troops pulled out and Isis form to fill the vacuum created by the absence of American troops. The attorney for Don, t writes. Family says quote. No conviction will give the right family their loved one back. Ben Crump's comments followed the arrest of the former Minnesota police officer accused of shooting and killing the 20 year old black man. Kim Potter is under arrest and faces second degree manslaughter charge. The CDC is pushing back a decision on Johnson and Johnson vaccine The vaccines use has been paused over concerns about blood clotting. A CDC advisory panel decided not to make a decision on lifting the pause so they can have more time to look the cause of the rare but serious clotting issues. The committee plans to revisit the issue in a week. American Airlines is adding 150 new flights the summer as more people get vaccinated..
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Place. So You all right? Sorry. I'm working towards a point here. I believe it. So given that that I I don't have a business that's about to crater. He does, you can go in and I still feel stress. You can only imagine what this guy's. That was me once again going really, really long to make a very small point. Francine Leander Good morning, Fred. I'm dawn prayer. Good morning, Tom, don. Hey. Very tired. I want to just join your number. Join your army. Trump's not going anywhere. The executive order in 2018 lays the groundwork for that. Uh, the fact that he did not concede says a lot. There's a lot of things that are that he has options to work with. Under these circumstances, so Yep, All the Patriots just be well encouraged. Trump ain't going nowhere. We need to all dig in and study that executive emergency order in 2018 and see what that says and what he is using. And also there's a really great Web site X 22 report dot com. That great gives great information. Got you, man. Thank you, Fred. I appreciate that. Now. White House press Secretary Kaylie McHenry. She was on Fox just a few minutes ago, talking about the possibility of Trump running for a second term in 2024 still focused on 2020. But 2024 look, he's the leader of this movement. No matter matter what happens in 2020 2024. There is Is there for his taking his basis strong. They're not going away. The forgotten men and women are forgot no longer because they've had four years of President Trump. Hopefully for more but 2024. It's their president. Trump would like it many Republican lawmakers they support the president's idea of another term in 2024 hours. They gotta fix a lot of things regarding how we vote before 2024 James is in bass drop. Good morning, James. Morning guys got don't want to share with you guys, I told a recent trip. Dumbass dropped to the northeast corner of Texas all the way up to the Red River and Oklahoma border. And once we got about 30 minutes outside of basketball We saw nobody literally 90% of the people in the stores that we went out, including grocery stores. We didn't see anybody wearing a mask and when confronting them about it. You know, asking them if they knew anybody that had the virus. You know, the responses were always know. So my point is, you know All that way and no mask out in the rural areas, and that's where we were. We weren't in any big cities just rule. It seems like the real concern here is the population centers that's producing all the virus. No, You're right. The outskirts. I mean, we're bringing all those patients in from those rule hospitals in tow. Travis County, Right, There's a there's a different mind set. The further you get away from the big cities in the mass situation gets very, very spotting. Absolutely. As soon as you across the Travis County Line that zits no doubt about it. Hey, jump in here. 51283605 90. Toll free 87759055 to 5. You're listening to the best of Todd and don On news, radio, K O B. J. Wins the last good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge? Brownie? Oh, sure. Hmm. That's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep,.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Still feel tension. I still feel stressed out. I still feel like the world is just a really, really weird place. So you know, right? Sorry. I'm working towards a point here, man. I believe it. So given that That I I don't have a business. It's about to crater he does you could and I still feel stress. You can only imagine what this guy's. That was me once again going really, really long to make a very small point. Francine Leander Good morning, Fred. I've done prayer. Good morning, Tom, don. Hey. Very tired. I want to just join your number. Join your army. Trump's not going anywhere. The executive order in 2018 lays the groundwork for that. Uh, the fact that he Did not concede says a lot. There's a lot of things that are that he has options to work with. Under these circumstances, so Yep, all the Patriots just be well encouraged. Trump ain't going nowhere. We need to all dig in and study that Executive emergency order and 2018 and see what that says and what he is using. And also, there's a really great Web site X 22 report dot com. That great gives great information. Got you, man. Thank you, friend. I appreciate that now. White House press Secretary Kaylie McHenry. She was on Fox just a few minutes ago. I'm talking about the possibility of Trump running for a second term in 2024 still focused on 2020 by 2024. But he's the leader of this movement. No matter matter what happens in 2020 2024 there is there is there for his taking his basis strong. They're not going away. The forgotten men and women are forgot no longer because they've had four years of President Trump, Hopefully for more The 2024. It's their president. Trump would like it many rubber Republican lawmakers. They support the president's idea of another term in 2024. Yeah, they got to fix a lot of things regarding how we vote before 2024 James is in bass drop. Good morning, James. Morning going right out. I don't want to share with you guys. I took a recent trip. Bass drop to the northeast corner of Texas all the way up to the Red River and Oklahoma border. And once we got about 30 minutes outside of bass crop We saw nobody literally 90% of the people in the stores that we went in, including grocery stores. We didn't see anybody wearing a mask and when confronting them about it. You know, asking them if they knew anybody that had the virus. You know, the responses were always know. So my point is, you know All that way and no mask out in the rural areas, and that's where we were. We weren't in any big cities. Just rural. It seems like the real concern here is the population centers that's producing all the virus. No, You're right. The outskirts. I mean, we're bringing all those patients in from those rule hospitals in tow. Travis County, Right, there's a there's a different mind set. The further you get away from the big cities in the mass situation gets very, very spotty. Absolutely soon issue across the Travis County line, there's no doubt about it. Hey, jump in here. 51283605 90 Toll free 8775905525 Todd and Don show I was talking to my friend Wayne. He's the owner. One operator for furniture market. You have been in business for about 40 years, a great locally owned business. And if you're looking for something unique, you know, kind of a statement. Piece, man. They just delivered a bunch of new product from their main warehouse to both of their showroom locations. South on I 35 between breaker and Grunberg Lane, but also at the shops in Leander. Kind of check out both places home. Affleck still para furniture and, oh, by the way, it is scientifically proven. It is a proven fact that flag still furniture is the most comfortable seat in the house. I carried it to put that to a test. You're gonna find some of the most amazing leather options in leather galleries in both locations and stacked to the brim with some rather unique items. Two and affordably unique, and I got something for every room in the house. Maybe you're tired of that old couch that dining room sets. Maybe you got kids moving back home and you need a kid or a teenager's bedroom set replaced. Go to furniture market. Bring a friend bring a truck because you're gonna find what you're looking for. South bound. I 35 between breaker and one Berg Lane at the shops and Leander and.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Today Hoffa's practicing with the choir at a church near Kansas city where he's now the music director he seen how organ emergencies play out in bigger cities the American guild of organists they have a substitute list and Kansas city chapter is very active and so it's it's very easy to find a substitute from that list Saint Luke's really needed somebody on Christmas Eve specifically and so I worked my schedule around to make that happen the three hours south near the Oklahoma border it's a drastically different story we tried to go back and some of our records two and and just kind of get an estimation of when we recall the last time we saw the organ Jennifer Mathis's with the cross timbers community church in ethnic Kansas population four hundred she says they moved out the organ when they replaced the carpet twenty years ago and it never made it back into the sanctuary there was no one there to buy it we're thinking around that two thousand and two two thousand and four time in there that it was donated to the museum or sold to somebody else though they did have a pianist for a long time who played from childhood well into her seventies and left a gaping hole when she stepped down but this week cross timbers is getting lucky re enter and pastors fiance will actually be in town and she plays the piano so we will be able to sing Christmas him and so forth with live music so that'll be a treat treat that hundreds of other small churches won't have this Christmas because there's no one.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KCRW
"Practicing with the choir at a church near Kansas city where he's now the music director he seen how organ emergencies play out in bigger cities the American guild of organists they have a substitute list and Kansas city chapter is very active and so it's it's very easy to find substitute from that list Saint Luke's really needed somebody on Christmas Eve specifically and so I worked my schedule around to make that happen the three hour south near the Oklahoma border it's a drastically different story we tried to go back and some of our records to and and just kind of get an estimation of when we recall the last time we saw the organ Jennifer Mathis's with the cross timbers community church in Edna Kansas population four hundred she says they moved out the organ when they replaced the carpet twenty years ago and it never made it back into the sanctuary there was no one there to buy it we're thinking around that two thousand and two two thousand and four time in there that it was donated to the museum or sold to somebody else though they did have a pianist for a long time who played from childhood well into her seventies and left a gaping hole when she stepped down but this week cross timbers is getting lucky the interim pastors fiance will actually be in town and she played the piano so we will be able to sing Christmas him and so forth with live music so that'll be a treat treat that hundreds of other small churches won't have this Christmas because there's no one to play live.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KTRH
"He must remain in his home twenty four hours a day is going to have a GPS monitor installed on his ankle so that the court can be apprised of his exact location at all times federal prosecutors claim go ins lied on multiple search warrant applications was no where near Harding street the day before the raid and had an ongoing sexual relationship with a confidential informant other teenager who killed ten people and wounded thirteen others during last year's Santa Fe high school shooting now in a state hospital Galveston county officials confirm the nineteen year old was transferred to the North Texas state hospital that's up near the Oklahoma border a judge ruled last month the suspect was incompetent to stand trial due to his mental status defense attorneys had long argued that he did not understand why he was charged in the attack on Santa Fe high school back in may of twenty eighteen will now be in the hospital for at least one hundred twenty days and could face trial again if his competency is restored Nick right commits newsradio seven forty K. T. R. each a mother and daughter from dear Parker accused of robbing grave sites in selling the markers and memorials out of the trunk of their car police arrested twenty one year old I haven't Rodriguez after victims begin posting about the deaths on social media charge against a forty two year old cherish Rodriguez were expected to at any time now and keep here regions time is out one oh three high is considering expanding the sale of alcohol infused ice cream a few years ago Ohio lawmakers passed a bill allowing alcohol infused ice cream to be sold for consumption on the premises where it was made now a new state bill would allow manufacturers to sell it to grocers restaurants and to the public over the internet and through delivery services the alcohol infused ice cream sold in Ohio contains five percent alcohol by volume and it was filled you with reporting meanwhile in Ohio company makes monopoly themed board games games based on the number of Texas cities later for this guy our skews me late for this guy production companies that creates at a Houston I'll believe Galveston I believe there's also Texas EE was versions inspired by Austin college station fort worth San Antonio Russell Westbrook had nineteen points thirteen rebounds eleven assists James harden Ellie shook off a slow start to score twenty three points Houston Rockets that's important thing they beat the Toronto raptors one nineteen one oh nine last night to snap a three game road losing streak.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Meet the best sue, and I'll see you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. Shortly after special counsel, Robert Muller's remarks today, about Russian election interference President Trump's and under tweet saying case closed as WNYC's Danny Lewis reports key House, Democrat says that questions about the administration's handling of the probe are far from settled, New York, congressman and House Judiciary. Chairman Jerry Nadler, says the committee will continue investigating President Trump for obstruction of Justice. Nadler declined to say if he still wants the special counsel to testify before congress. He noted that Robert Mueller statement, covered a lot of what they needed to hear what special counsel said loud and clear today for the American people is that President Trump is lying when he says, no collusion, no of -struction, and that he was exonerated. Miller said Justice department policy prevented his office from formally accusing sitting president of wrongdoing and alluded to Congress's role for his part. The House Judiciary chairman says, quote all. Options are on the table for NPR news. I'm Dan Lewis in New York. Heavy rain has intensified flooding Alrighty, saturated areas of the Arkansas Oklahoma border, thousands of residents live near the swollen, Arkansas river, which has crested at twice to level. It was at ten days ago. State emergency management, director AJ. Gary says his office is keeping an eye on the levees that are holding back water flowing downstream from Oklahoma and Kansas. It's going to be a long event. We have a lot of our levees that are going to be under extreme pressure for a long period of time. And as governor stated, there's a lot of unknowns that we don't know, those ladies will hold Arkansas governor Hutchinson says he's praying for residents whose homes and livelihoods are being threatened by the flooding. A top Pentagon official says the United States suspects that Russia may be conducting low-yield nuclear tests in violation of a major treaty. There was no immediate comment from Russia as NPR's. My reports the claim comes amid growing tensions between the US and Russia over military arms control in prepared remarks at a Washington think-tank, the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Lieutenant General Robert Ashley made this new allegation. United States believes that Russia probably is not adhering to the nuclear testing moratorium in a manner consistent with zero year old standard. The nineteen Ninety-six comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty prohibits all nuclear explosions. The two countries are increasingly at odds on arms control, in February, the US that it was pulling out of a separate treaty on intermediate range nuclear weapons, citing Russian violations Russia, then suspended its participation Gregory. NPR news, Washington. Wall Street stocks closed lower in trading Wednesday. The Dow fell two hundred twenty one points. The NASDAQ lost sixty this is NPR news. The Israeli parliament has voted to hold new elections on September seventeen the move comes after elections held in April appeared to give Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fourth consecutive term in office. The new vote is being held at the urge of net now who, who had until Wednesday to form a coalition government, the State Department says it welcomes the Turkish government's release of former NASA scientist details from NPR's, Peter Kenyon, in instable news, the release of Turkish American, former NASA scientists Sirkin Gogi was first announced by his wife to the Reuters news agency. The move could improve ties between the two countries Gogi had been imprisoned after being convicted on charges of being a member of an armed terrorist organization. He was sentenced to more than seven years in prison. Congress has been active in protesting. Turkey's jailing of US, citizens, and local consulate staff. You Turkish relations have been strained by several contentious issues, including turkeys, purchase of a Russian. Defense system. An American support for Syrian Kurdish militants Turkey views terrorists, Peter Kenyon, NPR news. Stumbled the Cuban government says that it's legalizing private WI fi networks, beginning late July Cubans will be allowed to bring in antennas routers after requesting a permit online, digital network owners may share their signals, but may not charge for the service, then government scratch off card will still be required to access the internet thousands of Cuban citizens are now using homemade networks and equipment. That was smuggled into the country. I'm Shay.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Suspect with the shotgun, low wrestled him to the ground than held the gunman until police arrived VC's will car police say they're still investigating whether shots were fired. The national weather service is tracking ports of tornadoes across the plains, including along the Kansas Oklahoma border, where TV station. K W, T V, employee's watched as a semi truck flipped over in front of the vehicles. He got us back. It back at it. We asked you to me, break the window said, can try to climb door, but then the paramedics. At that point has severe weather outbreak will last through the weekend for seventy million Americans across seventeen states. Missouri governor Mike Parsons says he'll sign a Bill banning abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy with no exclusions for rape, or incest, sign it, and I've always supported the pro-life movement here in this state. I think the majority of our inch do support that and I'm not sure we'll sign. It's just a matter. We could all the bills, and we started catching the date. The Bill is designed to survive court challenges House Judiciary committee chair, Jerry Nadler, tells ABC news. It's unlikely special counsel, Robert Muller will appear before his panel by the end of next week when lawmakers break for the Memorial Day, recess Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin is rejected a democratic subpoena for President Trump's tax returns saying the demand has no legitimate legislative purpose. You're listening to ABC news. Misunder message and data rates may apply. Please do not text and drive. See purple dot com for terms and conditions. And now for an important announcement do. You or someone you know, sweat the bed. Do you ever wake up feeling? Like you've been sleeping on a slip and slide sweating. The bed is a serious..
"oklahoma border" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"And they have I think it's a week and long like Bigfoot hunt party that goes on on private property. Off off side of the bar. And then they come back to the bar, and it's an buses and all sorts and there's a hunting. So that could stand or easing. Why maybe this guy didn't pick up on the fact that it's a good excuse for party? Maybe he was like, okay. This is an epicenter of Bigfoot activity. We should have done a good job finding the the would be victim in talking to him. But but are saying in the story. He was site. He was citing in would be victimless citing his rifle and also Bausch and there's bullets hitting all around him. And he wants up having a conversation. According to his story, he has a conversation with the shooter shooters like bro, you should wear a hunter's orange. I thought she was a big foot and opened up on you. And he drives off in a by Ford pickup. In the guy. The would be victim isn't interested in pursuing this or pressing charges. It doesn't even notify the police till daylight or apparently he's got no beef with the guy took him a day to think he's got. He's got no truck with the man who almost killed him. That's crazy. So I just like. I don't know a lot of times, you know, someone tells you story at the end of the story, you're like man, there's gotta be more to that story. Mitch Hedberg used to talk about taking drugs for attention deficit disorder, even though he doesn't have attention deficit disorder, and every time someone told him something at the end of it he'd be like manage Gabby more to that story. I hate to say I side with the half of the people who wrote in like, what are you talking about Bigfoot? Sorry. Actually, it doesn't surprise me that a guy gets shot at citing in his rifle. That doesn't surprise me. I'm I'm sad to say. But accidentally show when the when when the defense to the crime is I thought I thought he was Bigfoot. That's what here's where it becomes the rubber meets the road. John is a guy wrote in this guy had talked with before Email with before. And he he's be belongs to just North American would eight conservancy in day feel as though they have wait a minute here me, oh, he feels as though they have identified a valley in Texas near the through the Texas Oklahoma border. They have identified a valley that is inhabited by a small population of big feat that they feel is endangered by habitat loss. And they've had I think like forty his group of guys that are researching this this imperilled population. Of would apes they feel like they've had forty two run ins, and they have a document. They put out an in this document details members of his group shooting at by people. Organisms. With buckshot in wingham and blood trail on them and send the blood off to the lab in seeing stuff off in the dark and trying to get shots at it. And saying that we need to move away from buckshot and switch to slugs and they're out in the dark with flash layers here again man, Pete shooting at by peel organisms does not surprise me. It's troubling troubling to me it is troubling to me as well. And it makes me not want to hunt. The handle on this. You wanna go out hunting air and you're out late. You're you're like, oh my God. I forgot my flashlight you're cutting through the bushes at night. And Furthermore doesn't suit that there's a national by Peter would a conservation group out there. That doesn't surprise me either. This goes back to our model a conservation. I don't have any problem. I don't have any problem with going out in the woods looking for stuff. It's like great go out and Louis look for I have a real problem with going out. Firing away. Firing away at things walking through the woods. Is it? There's something. We learn in hunters education called know, your target and beyond or are. We just now weighing in a way at bipedal organ. No. We are not officially we are not just weighing away at anything don't know your target and behind don't weighing at any..
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KOMO
"Monday twelve before. The our winter weather in parts of Texas and Oklahoma is causing treacherous road conditions. At least four people have been killed corresponding Clayton Neville reports. The national weather service has issued a winter storm warning for northern Texas at much of Oklahoma a police officer in northeast Oklahoma is recovering after being hit by a vehicle while working a crash on a bridge in Tulsa, an elderly man died in the southern part of the state after his course lit out of control and hit a tree and a crash near the Texas Oklahoma border took the lives of a man and woman meteorologist Jason Godwin says snow and ice are wreaking havoc on roads across the sooner state seen reports along I forty near the Oklahoma Texas border that was nearly shut down because of the icy conditions several inches of snow have fallen already and drivers in the heaviest at areas are asked to stay off of the roads if possible it's a storm system that has slowed down just. A little bit. It was going to produce a lot more snow in north west, Texas, but the track of this storm system moved just slightly north of the Oklahoma Texas boundary. So it's really active right across central and eastern. Oklahoma is producing incredible of snow meteorologist Brad Barton's says the system will move out of Oklahoma later today and could impact states to the east. The storm system itself will be moving to the east and the Ozarks Friday on Saturday, and then they'll continue to produce a varying amount of weather as it moves on to the east, but it has picked up a great deal of moisture right now moving into a subfreezing atmosphere, and that's what's causing serious travel problems across Oklahoma into the Ozarks into southern Missouri and northern Arkansas frigid temperatures being felt across much of the south and with rain in the forecast weather experts have a close eye on freezing temperatures. I'm Clayton Neville, Jen before the.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm Christopher cruise in for John trout. He's back on Monday twelve before. The our winter weather in parts of Texas and Oklahoma is causing treacherous road conditions. At least four people have been killed correspondent Clayton Neville reports. The national weather service has issued a winter storm warning for northern Texas and much of Oklahoma. A police officer in northeast Oklahoma is recovering after being hit by a vehicle while working a crash on a bridge in Tulsa, an elderly man died in the southern part of the state anchor. His course slid out of control and hit a tree and a crash near the Texas Oklahoma border took the lives of a man and woman meteorologist Jason Godwin says snow and ice wreaking havoc on roads across the sooner state annot seen reports along I forty near the Oklahoma Texas border that was nearly shut down because of the icy conditions several inches of snow have fallen already and drivers in the heaviest hit areas or asked to stay off of the roads. If possible it's a storm system that has. Has slowed down just a little bit. It was going to produce a lot more snow in north west, Texas, but track of this storm system moved just slightly north of the Oklahoma Texas boundary. So it's really active right across central into eastern Oklahoma, and is producing incredible amounts of snow meteorologist Brad Barton's says the system will move out of Oklahoma later today and could impact states to the east who storm system itself will be moving to the east and the Ozarks Friday on into Saturday and still continue to produce a varying amount of weather as it moves onto the east, but he picked up a great deal of moisture right now moving into a subfreezing atmosphere, and that's what's causing the serious travel problems across Oklahoma into the Ozarks into southern Missouri. Northern Arkansas frigid temperatures being felt across much of the south and with rain in the forecast. Weather experts have a close eye on freezing temperatures. I'm Clayton Neville, ten before.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Just oklahoma border so dicey night ahead for a lot of folks and those saturated grounds or the real concern to rob thanks next today president trump pushing forward with his claim that the fbi spied on his campaign infiltrated the campaign he's provided no proof yet republican trae galley a member of the house intelligence committee who went after hillary clinton often shooting down trump's allegation the white house says there is still reason to be concerned and here's abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl the president is turned an unfounded allegation into a campaign rallying cry so how'd you like the fact they had people infiltrating our campaign can you imagine can you imagine but there is no evidence of that and now a prominent republican with access to the information on what the fbi was doing says there was no spying on the campaign and the fbi did nothing wrong i am even more convinced that the fbi did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got and it has nothing to do with donald trump tray gouty isn't just any republican he'd lead the investigation into hillary clinton in benghazi here's a trump supporter and he was one of a handful of congressional leaders to receive a classified briefing last week on the f b i tactics during the russia investigation gowdy says they were doing just what president trump wanted them to do is it i didn't collude with russia but if anyone connected with my campaign did i want you to investigate it given what tray gouty is said is the president prepared now to retract his allegation that the fbi was spy.
"oklahoma border" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast
"For me it it sorta like the nc double a's premise is flawed they're they're basically the truth that they're basically lying to everybody this is not this is not like you know just an extracurricular activity it's a multibillion dollar industry and i think it's okay i'm fine with coach game make an eight or nine billion dollars a year he may be deserves more right but but you can't have that make in making that amount of money and then the players make nothing except their expenses and pretend that this is okay it's not okay but your question as to whether there are others there are there are there are many who feel the way i do right but the charge are i see them using this scandal as a way to double down on the current system and to to kind of close ranks a little bit more well what why hasn't why didn't why wasn't there a break off between the major conferences and the ncwa over tv contracts for basketball like there was for football well that's a good question but i was i was actually on an nc double aid committee back when i was in college in the in the mid eighties when that was all going on in there are a lot of people that think that that that football or skews me basketball should have gone with football when that all happen that was based upon the oklahoma border regions case that went before the supreme court no back then the nc double eight used to tell schools how often they could be on television i remember their ridiculous logic and it was walter byers and his merry band their ridiculous logic was that if if every game was on television nobody would go to the games anymore well that was proven to be ridiculously dumb but but when when the border regions case came out and and the colleges favor they took full away from the answer aa so the subway doesn't have any say over a football and just the sort of the rules that govern amateurism and everything works.