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Plano City Council Debates Mask Mandate
"The Plano City Council is debating whether the city should adopt a facemask ordinance. The council just got done listening to public comments. This mandate is a little bit on the simplistic side and making the small businessman enforcer Puts them in a very hard position. Masts should be mandatory for everybody. And if we're behind McKinney that's finishing. My mother is 93 years old in assisted living, and she's been on shut down for months. I want to see her alive again. I know how Get nowadays, forcing a person to wear a thing across her face. I think it's ridiculous. The ordinance would force businesses to require customers to wear a mask or face a
Dallas - Plano City Council To Vote On Mask Ordinance At Emergency Meeting
"Plano City Council will hold an emergency meeting later today to discuss mandating facemasks Dallas and Tarrant County's already require face masks and the mayor of McKinney issued an order there last night, Mayor George Fuller says businesses and nonprofits have to require facemasks starting tomorrow. This will be a regular treated as an ordinance in our city. There's a fine that's associated with violation of inordinate Hopefully, though, what people will do is they will step up. Take the precaution of Plano City Council will meet by video conference to talk about a similar requirement that would take effect immediately. Businesses could be fined if they don't require a mask. But the city's agenda does not specify an amount or a date. The requirement would come to an
Dallas - Plano officer stabbed while responding to crash, suspect killed
"Police officer is in the hospital after police say he was attacked at the scene of a car crash Bailey Friday has more Plano police say the officer was responding to a crash at the intersection of legacy and independents around seven this morning when he went to check on one of the victims police say she stabbed him in the shoulder he backed away from her and police say the woman then got out of her car ran to the car the other crash victims and started stabbing her repeatedly and that's when the officer had to users service revolver and shoots the suspect Landon told that that she did not survive her injuries officer David Tilley with Plano police as the other crash and stabbing victim was rushed to the hospital with severe injuries the officer is also in the hospital and is expected to be fine Tilley said the incident is under investigation right now he says investigators are unsure what caused the woman to
Studio Movie Grill planning to open in Dallas
"To to movie movie theaters theaters around around North North Texas Texas opening opening their their doors doors for for the the first first time time in in months months Plano's Cinemark is opening on a limited basis and so is Dallas is on studio movie grill we're joined by Tanya mangles she's a marketing director for studio movie grill and she's on the K. you're all the news line so what changes did SMG have to make something a little bit different first of all our team members are going to do a health check before they're able to work you will see them wearing masks anyone handling food I would be wearing gloves throughout the theater we've installed he has been a Tigers both for gas and team member I would also say that you know we have during the cleaning procedure is for allowing more time between the movie showing so that we can do deep cleaning and also closer to god we we now have more technology options per contract was a contactless ordering for food and beverage in particular through the app and the kiosk so those are you know some of the highlights so when you go into a studio movie grill you punch the button server comes over you place the order is that going to still be in effect as well that that will still be an option really the way we're looking at it as we want to serve god how they're most comfortable so while we now have these new options with the kiosk or with the app if you still preferred order re order from the server that will be available I'm in the auditorium now will have automatic social distancing don't and what you know no seating in a row as part of your behind you and then their automatic needing basing between jobs how we looking at the future of movie theater showings because of this is this something that's going to be maintained even after corona viruses out of our lives I think it will be kind of just the news the other is a new expectation that we've got to make an ongoing commitment to the and that's the expectation and work word learning with everybody else along the way or exploring where you can do private auditorium rentals now birds of two hundred dollars and so you know if you really want to you know have the faith yourself you can do that as well but yeah I think it's just the New World order and that's the how will be operating going forward what kinds of pictures will be you'll be able to show since Hollywood has not released much of the summer blockbusters in a lot of cases it moved into next year yeah one of those titles that have moved but I think you know we're excited about the title coming out and the light went on and on the tenth and then the line on the twenty fourth and tennis on July thirty first at Intel then you know we are showing some some kind of older titles that hopefully still unsure of titles like Wonder Woman and Aquaman and cherry potter this time he mangles from studio movie grill
Atlanta police release body cam footage of Brooks' shooting
"Authorities in Georgia released the dash camera video which shows the last moments of life of Richard Brooks man fatally shot by Plano police in Wendy's parking lot on Friday night A. B. C.'s Trevor all has reaction from Brooks family attorney Chris Stewart in Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior Brooks attorney say wielding a taser does it justify lethal force you can't say he ran off with a weapon that could kill somebody when you say it's not dead the district attorney now investigating the killing pointing out that the interaction was cordial up until the arrest if you didn't know any better or you would never imagine that this man would end up D. Brooks wife speaking out in shock over her loss I couldn't believe it I didn't know that I was going to wake up my husband never come home officer Ralph who shot Brooks is now been fired from the department officer Brosnan has been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation Atlanta's police chief has since
Surveillance video shows Rayshard Brooks shooting in Atlanta
"Authorities in Georgia released the dash camera video which shows the last moments of the life of Richard Brooks man fatally shot by Plano police in Wendy's parking lot on Friday night A. B. C.'s Trevor all has reaction from Brooks family attorney Chris Stewart in Fulton County district attorney Paul Howard junior Brooks attorneys say wielding a taser doesn't justify lethal force you can't say he ran up with a weapon that could kill somebody when you say it's not dead the district attorney now investigating the killing pointing out that the interaction was cordial up until the arrest if you didn't know any better or you would never imagine that this man would end up D. Brooks wife speaking out in shock over her loss I couldn't believe it I didn't know that I was going to wake up Sir my husband never come home officer Ralph who shot Brooks has now been fired from the department officer Brosnan has been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation Atlanta's police chief has since
College football preseason takes shape
"I'm gonna start this Houston problem they were not all football players but I don't think that would make a difference the college football power brokers Houston in my opinion did the right thing by shutting it down but there's still more than a month and a half away before D. day for college football and its season it's been put out there with cal football wanting to start that last week in August August twenty ninth that weekend if there's nothing going on by August first than this season could be in danger maybe not a full season but at least a total season they'll be some football but maybe not as many as twelve games could be eighty could be nine no more than that so yeah that's the D. day a month and a half away before that's something accountable has to think about not just for the sport but also for the season but you and I well smart here are we we're all grown folks here we all want to see if other schools are going to do this is something like that similar happens to them the way it's happened the Houston even though they were not all football players the six that tested positive Coleman nineteen we all up with all the grown adults here we got a pretty good idea what they're going to do you know we were going to quarantine the players we're going to make sure that everybody that was around them is safe we're going to increase the tax we're going to make sure that everybody is going to be as fine as possible we're going to quarantine but we don't want anything like this to continue to get in the way of college football not being played in twenty twenty because we know what the force is out there four point two billion dollars is that force that's how much college football stands to lose if there is no college football this year they can have college football without fans in the stands and they're plenty of athletic director the same what we can do ten percent if we could do twenty percent we can advance their they may want to eat there we want to do this that's extra money that's money that we will be losing yet I got a pretty good idea what they're going to do when that four point two billion dollar force is out there and think how the future will be impacted in all college athletics and not in a good way Plano's big time budgets out the window jobs eliminated that's going to be gone to for starters it's going to be seismic if cal football's not played the full twelve games in division one division two division three NAIA junior college all that money that has always been difficult for ball may not be there going forward many people may have panicked hearing about Houston not the power five schools they say Houston that's your problem well wait a minute they went all football players who dodged that bullet okay we should be fine if we only have one football player testing positive we got a hundred twenty kids here who we should be fine it's not that bad anymore it's going to be okay Houston hang in there we're with you because of four point two billion dollars is on the line the last thing to college football you want anything or any covert nineteen potential outbreak happening that's gonna take with the sun side that has always been that money when it comes to college
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Plano news center stay connected to KRLD and get breaking news alerts on your phone download the radio dot com app and tap on the heart to favorite K. R. LD we're awaiting the arrival of president Tromp adds love field after which he will move on to gateway church in north Dallas and then eventually onto a fundraiser this afternoon continuing coverage here on KRLD the university of North Texas and has announced that three football players who return to campus this week have positive coronavirus antibody test and now they'll also be tested to see if they currently have called it nineteen those tests right now are pending head coach Seth Littrell you know it can be a concern because you know one guy test positive for antibodies you know obviously roommates that even test negative for that they're all going to quarantine it's all about one player you know comes out to where they get a spot in the negative the trial says the school is taking extreme measures to limit how many people any of the student athletes are around during the pandemic and of course the three players that tested positive for the antibodies how will be quarantined the school has allowed a first wave of student athletes back on campus and while the future is uncertain Latrell says it gives him hope that athletics will happen this fall in Denton yeah I think so you know I think you're the communist right but you said no one can ever foresee the future no one knows what's going to happen I feel really good about where we're at a really good about how we'll bring in our guys back yeah I'm just your ministration again they work extremely hard to make sure that we cover all the guidelines correctly and do the right thing I feel confident we'll wrap up the more guys to get in and you know more more your train you'll start getting them all start work out together hopefully by sometime in June us coaches can get around a little bit more and different things are in the weight room North Texas is slated to open their football season on September fifth there's no evidence of west Nile virus in Highland Park but the town is going to spray anyway just in case KRLD Susan Darwin with more the Highland Park parks department along with the Dallas County health department have been testing mosquitoes around town and so far none with west Nile virus have turned up but the town has decided to go ahead with ground spring as a precaution town leaders say this spring will at least help cut down on the mosquito population this spring will be town wide and is set to start tomorrow night at ten the spring should be completed by five o'clock Saturday morning people who live in Highland Park are advised to stay inside during those hours bring their pets in and close their windows Susan Darwin newsradio ten eighty KRLD no road closures yet ahead of president trump arriving at love field and making his way into north Dallas but we'll let you know when they happen the latest with traffic and weather together on the gates coming up next listening to news traffic and weather is even easier on your iPhone just tell Siri to play newsradio ten eighty KRLD you've been camping.
U.S. health experts, officials warn protests may add to virus spread
"Good morning so I was walking around a protest outside the White House yesterday thousands of people were there many if not most of them wore masks but social distancing six feet apart not so much public health experts worry about spreading corona virus through protests and as the nation is told to continue practicing social distancing some experts also say messages from the trump administration may undermine their efforts NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us now either Allison good morning Steve how if at all could protests across the country affect the spread of the coronavirus well it's too soon to say but when you have groups of people concentrated together as we saw this weekend you have some of the key ingredients for transmission mainly prolonged close contact and the images of protesters shoulder to shoulder as you say some with masks which is good some not this certainly raises concerns Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser spoke on NBC about it I'm concerned that we have mass gatherings in our streets when we just lifted a stay at home water and what that could mean for spikes in our coronavirus cases later in fact I'm so concerned about it that I'm urging everybody to consider their exposure if they need to isolate from their family members when they go home and if they need to be tested there is also disruption of covert testing in Los Angeles they announced a temporary closure of local testing centers over the weekend due to the unrest so a lot of concern given the close contact the lack of social distancing can people who choose to protest feel a little more safe because they are outdoors when they're protesting yes being out brick doors reduces the risk it's clear that confined indoor environments are more dangerous but you know in recent weeks have been how breaks linked to places we may not expect it's not just meat processing plants or hospitals in Arkansas there are cases linked to a high school pool party in the town of Paragould public health officials there tell me contact tracing is likely on going so they don't know the total number of cases but it's a reminder that and help break can happy anywhere where people are in close credit spaces I spoke to leaf van Boven he's a professor at the university of Colorado boulder and he points out that when you don't know personally anyone infected with the virus it may be harder to stay vigilant because the threat just seems distant so far off it and your cities it's under kinds of workers it's other ethnicities and it's hard to be compelled by something that's totally invisible and of course one of the greatest challenges is that here we were to experience the spread of code in our community would take a couple of weeks to show up so we wouldn't know right away and by the time we realized that something has gone wrong it will very much be too late the virus will be spreading so staying vigilant on social distancing wearing a mask in public spaces these are both important and he says if there were strong leadership promoting these messages in a consistent science backed away that would be helpful Alison I'm glad you mentioned science because when it comes to masks there is science but there's also politics they're people who are upset about being asked to wear masks who are refusing to do it for political reasons or maybe you just aren't very comfortable putting them on what is the evidence sure well I it's because I'm clear there's a fair amount of eighty symptomatic or pre symptomatic spread of this virus and masking helps prevent the release the virus so it's beneficial there are multiple studies to back this up new studies yet to this point about needing strong leadership to reinforce this I spoke to former CDC director Tom Frieden he says people may get mixed messages he points to the day that the CDC face covering our mascot guidance was announced at the White House the CDC recommended that everyone wear masks in certain circumstances at the same press conference the president said he wasn't going to wear a mask so this really does make our response less effective it makes it more likely that we'll have more spread of disease because some people may be less likely to comply I mean other examples in Plano of theirs the president has promoted the re opening of churches with the administration removing warnings about the risks of choirs in the president has made it known that he'd like a crack held when he speaks at the Republican can and later this summer yet per the CDC guidance we should not be gathering in crowds and we should continue social
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"In the Mercedes Benz of Plano news center in Dallas demonstrators are showing their solidarity with protests in Minneapolis over this week's killing of a black man in police custody here's Carole these Kurt Lewis well the Minneapolis demonstrations escalated into our sins and looting and vandalism their counterparts in Dallas have been quiet and peaceful does Dallas people wanting to speak up on behalf of George Floyd who died with the Minneapolis police officers knee on his neck we want to stand in solidarity that we've got to call it what it is and it's murder and that we are calling for the arrest of the officer I've activated the crime you know against a sense of what you need to Cleveland tells NBC five she helped organize yesterday's demonstrations outside Dallas police headquarters earlier police chief Rene hall condemn Floyd's death saying it's vital that all police departments including our own have a she puts it the right training and education and community partnerships to ensure these things don't happen moving forward Lewis news radio ten eighty KRLD Dallas police oversight board meanwhile it hasn't been allowed to meet him over a month because of the corona virus some people say it's time for those meetings to resume his K. R. Alise Bailey Friday in Dallas the newly reformed community police oversight board hasn't had a meeting since March because of the pandemic the fifteen member board was supposed to get together last week but their requests to meet even virtually was denied following the death of Houston native George Floyd who was killed when a police officer in Minneapolis pending down by placing a knee on his neck people in Dallas are now demanding the board to be allowed to meet tensions bubbled over at the city council meeting on Wednesday police accountability and community relations as a this is like a priority it might not be a party by the on board but over here in west Dallas and my former district as well the south Dallas that's a big deal the city manager says he will provide an update to re initiate advisory boards in the very near future Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD means says six thirteen now K. R. L. diesel of the latest on the cowboys and dak Prescott VS case you haven't been keeping up they still don't have a deal and the clock is taking care of those correct deck Prescott's contract talks continue to stall but what happens if the deal is and done by the July fifteenth deadline Charles Robinson joined one of five three the fan and answer that exact question well I mean you know because the tag like it's got to be done like is that that the cut off point so if he if he finds the tag and and they don't get the deal done you can't negotiate again until next offseason so you know it off the book once he finds that tag you can't eat you can't extend them in the middle of the season you can't you're not even supposed to be diving into that situation Russell newsradio ten.
"One of the lauwers photography at least for me is the doors can open. Being photographer has provided me access to people and communities that I might never have considered otherwise the combination of a camera and my curiosity has gifted me with meeting fascinating people and entering their world and many times. Those encounters have been especial- to me as the photographs at created. Chris suspects photography is all about that. His explorations of subcultures in the areas of music and sexuality have resulted in images. That are raw an intimate. His latest book leather boys gathers images of a segment of the gay community in and around the DC area. The story of how he gained access and his process over the years provide some valuable information for anyone taking on a long-term personal project regardless of the World. They are hoping to explore this. Is your body an ex and welcome back to the candidate frame and it was good to see. It's been a long time yet. Has I'm trying to think I guess the last time I saw you This past summer at focus on the story Ryan. I'm looking forward to talking to you. We met a couple of years back. And you're always been on my radar but it's just like as with as with so many people who I put down on my list sometimes years before I finally get them on the show but I'm glad we're funding hearing chance to sit down and chat. I do want to remind you ever. I've been on candid frame before. Are you on the panel? Yeah Yeah at Miami Straight Photography Festival but I think about it in terms of one to one conversations. Sure Yeah I had just a taste now. I get the full meal I guess. Okay okay scared me for a bit getting ready but no comment background. I found out that he come from a family. Did A lot of traveling. Your Dad was a diplomat. You were born in the Philippines. That is that is correct. I was actually adopted in the Philippines. Which is interesting and I'm definitely not Filipino. So yeah was adopted there. My family was with the State Department and my dad travel to various countries around the world. All the way up through the end of my college experience. So I've lived in Thailand Denmark Moscow London and then visited various countries for like a month or a week or whatever the entire time. Did you have any any idea in terms of your birth be? We have information get to you so I actually. When my dad passed away a couple years ago she left that to me. But I still haven't looked at it weren't well I you know. Part of it is is. My parents were my parents. I've felt adopted or not. You know it was just something. I don't know man should ask my my therapist about that but I just haven't I haven't really like I feel like I don't want to give up on. The idea of my parents are my real parents because they adopted me. And that's who cared for me you know. I'm a little scared to find out who my real parents are. What if there is life changing information there? You know who knows yeah? That's fascinating especially the fact that it's just sitting in a letter somewhere. That's well it's not. It's not just a letter. It's a whole packet with a bunch of official documents and stuff so so doing all this traveling. How did he sort of color? Your perspective in terms of when you finally came in critter life yourself here in the in the states. Well I have to say that little funny story about my first time that I remember in the United States was coming back for first grade and I could speak Danish better than it could speak English and I was held back a grade because my English language skills were not that good and then from there. I went to Thailand. I believe you know from there. I went to Moscow. Actually so I have I think a more of a kind of a like a world view of and I was friends a people of all different kinds of cultures classes races. What have you I would say was a very wholesome upbringing in terms of Having kind of a global perspective and in your early twenties you're part of a of a of a punk band music start becoming occurred of your early life so that's another a funny story I remember being in Moscow and I guess the sex pistols had come out. And this is I. Think nineteen seventy six and I guess there was a article in the New York Times or The Washington Post because we used to get that at the embassy in Moscow Mama's reading about it and she's like Chris. You wouldn't listen to that stuff would you and then and then on our First trip our trip to Helsinki Finland. We got to go to a record store in the first album. Picked up was was a clash album. Actually I didn't WanNA bring home a sex pistols but I'd done a little bit of kind of asking around the embassy like what did some of the other punk bands picked up a clash in devo album and ever since then I was kinda hooked but because I was traveling and nobody I knew played an instrument. I didn't even play an instrument and it wasn't until I got to college that I met up with some people that played instruments like one of my roommates play guitar. Who's really good? He's still actually playing today on the Jam Band Circuit and anyway so one night. We're hanging out late. It leaves the house and they're like hey play the space and I'm like I don't even know what to do. There's like follow the dots man and so I just followed what they were doing with their hands. And then I was like you. Know the hippy. Music is okay. But I'm really into punk rock. And then when I've moved back to DC after college I met up with some of the former members of the band scream. I don't scream was a big discord banned. They were banned. I really enjoyed in high school early college. And that's the band where David Grohl came from and so this is some of the other members one of the other members from scream their original drummer before girl was in the span. It was like man. This guy's awesome. I get to play with him. And that's basically how I jumped into that in. How long were you into? I played in punk bands from ninety three to two thousand and on. I'm still playing in my neighborhood so I've just been continuing that I still I still. I still play a little bit in a Plano. Reggae DUB reggae band in my in my neighborhood but I was playing. I started my own record label. I put out like twenty plus CDs with international distribution all around the world toward all over the the. Us many times so yeah. I like to travel see new places. Meeting people were using a camera. Did you document those times? Not at all? It wasn't until the birth of my son that I got a camera and that was because of my wife she was like we need to get a camera and at that time it was like I don't know if we can afford it and whatever so I got a cannon power shot and this this had been like two thousand six or so. My son was born in two thousand and five so it was a little bit after that. We we still. I think the I felt. We had the IPHONE camera which is like we need a better camera so and then are basically read the manual and then I went out just shooting around my neighborhood or wherever. Just kinda figure out figuring out all the settings and that's where I figured out like what motion blur could do and stuff like that shutter drag and that was really cool and the entire throughout my entire punk rock career. I was always going into the library or on the Internet. You later in the late nineties to find just kind of like raw images to use for flyers and that's how I kind of discovered who who we g was and Dion rbis and stuff. I didn't really look at them through photographers. I was looking more through a punk rockers. I like going. You know what? What are the photos that kind of excite me or that are weird a different? That will look really good on a flyer in peak people's interest and so I spent a lot of time in the Arlington County Public Library in their photo book section. Just kinda going through trying to find stuff and yeah and so. That's kind of so I had my and I even bought like some photo books to just to use for flyers so wasn't until I actually started work in a cameras. Like hey man I could probably make photos like those guys did in those books.
90-year-old Seattle woman survives coronavirus
"Covert nineteen is not always a death sentence for senior citizens and approve it couples Eric Johnson brings us the tale of Geneva what a great great grandma who got up after beating the virus daughter Cammie knight describes her like this determined stubborn headstrong but loving generous just don't mess with her her name was Geneva would she is ninety years old she has five kids eleven grandchildren twelve great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren she had a stroke in in January January and and she she went went to to life life care care center center of of Kirkland Kirkland for for rehab rehab and and they they didn't didn't think think they they should should get get out out of of the the wheelchair wheelchair after after you you know know because because she she had had lost lost a a little little complete complete use use of of her her right right side side she got out of the chair all right until she fell and broke her hip on March fourth and then she became ill very ill on March fifth she was taken to Harborview were they tested her she had the coronavirus covert nineteen additionally there and you call and it covers five near Tomales at by the ninth doctors like mark Zahra stock she was a goner the originations going up and so by the time I left late in the evening she had been kind of converted to comfort care can we had sort of decided that she was gonna pass that's what the family wanted to that's what she did the lights were out Emily was told to say their goodbyes switch they did through glass we're paying because I thought I knew that I wish not gonna laugh and I didn't want to translate and there was no hope there was the my family on the other side of that window and I couldn't touch by the tents lonely and afraid she was crying for family begging to see them one by one family members were allowed to put on suits and masks and gloves and they made their final visits she said her goodbyes and she was at peace there wasn't anything like I'm not ready to die she was like she was ready to go Seton Fatah hard battle in she said goodbye and she gave us all our last our instructions she was moved to a new rule where they couldn't even look at her through glass there is a specific potato soup the Geneva loves just Plano potato soup for kids started dropping it off for her and she ate it and something astounding happens from the shadow of death door Genevan clear right and feisty started fighting again and she started getting I wanted them to be proud that I could still push it when did and I did and I'm still fighting and I'm still pushing the carriage I still have a lot to live for on the twenty second to test came back negative the coronavirus like old police retreated in the face of something tougher than itself in this case a nine year old Texans kids describers a bat out of hell course for potato soup I don't have the car owner I'm free I'm clear that's what that door says what's it going to feel like for you to go back home again I don't know that I can explain it's gonna be like I have been to happen yet it is seventy one and they tell me I might get to go tomorrow so I can't really afford tomorrow okay engine either way and that is the story of a tough old bird who got up off the canvas proud and defiant and gave the coronavirus a weapon it will not soon forget you could communicate with that damn coronavirus what would you tell it it
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"In Plano it is going to be opening its doors next week again but there are some restrictions people have to make reservations for the Saturday and the Sunday services Dr Jarrad Stevens is the teaching pastor from Preston wording Caryl these David Rankin asking him how hard it's been dealing with the virtual church well it has been difficult obviously we didn't see this crisis coming who could have and so there's no way to prepare for it and you know church as a family so when you don't see your family members for a long time that hurts it's painful and we've done everything we could you know zoom conferences to Bible fellowship ministries and we're using our phones like crazy but it has been incredibly difficult but also incredibly fruitful because our online services have gone great we have more people tuning in than we ever have and David what we love the most we have more people making decisions for Christ than we ever have so yes it's been a challenge but it's also produced some great fruit one thing about this is thanks to these virtual churches is that you are able to literally broadcast to the world in a way that you might not have been able to before well we certainly it makes you think about it differently knowing that your audience that you're connecting with this so much bigger so much more in scope and so we're trying to be strategic in the way that we communicate and it's definitely different than preaching in a room because you're communicating through that camera to living rooms all over the world and so you just try to keep that in mind as you're preaching and really it it makes it a it makes it a more purple endeavor because you know the word god not gonna return void and you're just praying that it it sticks in that seeds are planted Prestonwood had already made plans to open up next weekend's for full church services and the way you did it there was you had to make reservations and the rest are online reservations went very quickly you had to move to full services fall within a day it did it reach capacity as you said within the day really within about fifteen minutes of house releasing this the and we had to do it David because of the governmental guidelines you know we're trying to be a good neighbor and all of this and we want to honor what the government's telling us to do and so we had to to limit the seating and our people person with people are so great and they just responded and we had to actually move our Saturday night service from a smaller venue back into the worship center just so we could open up more seats and that doesn't include the six hundred seat outside service that we're going to have as well thanks Dr Jarrad Stevens he is C. teaching pastor from president what and he spoke with Carol dis David Rankin we're going to check up on traffic and weather together next on the aide said seven forty three get.
Dallas - Historic warplanes fly over North Texas in salute to frontline workers
"D. and honored to frontline workers about the skies North Texas today city of Addison in the cabin off flight museum join together for the Addison salute to heroes flyover they brought in historic war planes designed to say thank you to the front line workers in hospitals across the area they've been working hard that's worker at the Carrollton regional Medical Center says it's been a challenge has been difficult it's something that we haven't seen before in trying to deal with the new disease process is scary because which is never seen it before so it's difficult but we're learning more every day planes flew over seven hospitals in the area of Dallas Plano Carrollton in Addison and even flew over the F. W. national cemetery for the Memorial Day
Plano Starts New Service to Check on Seniors
"Makers when most people think of libraries they think of books but they're so much more he changed a lot libraries are very dynamic institutions in terms of looking at society and meeting the needs of what this society needs at that moment the need in this coronavirus crisis world was to check on the city's most vulnerable population they're seniors Brent Blakely is the manager of the mirabelle Davis library in Plano the idea to do senior Kerr calls and I think in the beginning of April and we would call them and just have a general conversation of what they would like to talk about the violin opportunity in kind of like the social isolation they might be feeling because they were asked to stay at home the seniors they talked to are from all walks of life many of the people that we've contacted actually were very active in the community and they were suddenly couldn't decision where they could be involved in those activities still and we also had people that were somewhat isolated already because of illness and different things in our lives that kept them at home the the goal is generally just designed to provide a social outlet for and so far the program has been a success we have had people as we started to repeat calls they made the comment to us that they were looking forward to hearing from us that we since we started we continue to have these sign ups and we're planning to continue the service at the mercy of a future Blakely admits his staff loves it too when you first start something like this you're not sure how the public's going to react or how the staff is participating and I I had several staff members tell me how much they enjoyed the calls that they make to the seniors and you know responses seniors today said nice things about them and you know and in some states started develop sort of a phone friendship that was somebody that they didn't know until you know nothing you have to go we're proud to call Plano libraries and their staffs this week's KRLD difference makers the library of false as society evolves around it and you know right now in the society that we're in this is a read that needs to be solved because these people are part of our city and we don't want them to feel left behind CZ series newsradio ten eighty
Anthem 2.0 is Underway
"Our first story Brittany. I don't know if I was ever going to be prepared to talk about anthem again. But here we are here. Would you like to read this? I would love to you. Are you ready? Let's I'm going to be anthem to Plano. Don't expect the overall update anytime soon. This comes from Aegean has issued an update on the state of amp of the anthem. Overhaul noting that the revamp still in the incubation period and that the creation of a new version of the game will be quote longer process. And it's on the Bio our blog project lead Christian dailly outlined the current state of anthem two point noting that regardless of the current circumstances. The team is committed to the project. The thirty strong team behind the game are currently working from home. Do the due to the impact of the Kobe. Nineteen pandemic but daily notes that the Games incubation phase has kicked off that incubation just makes me think of like an egg hatch tastes my brain somewhere else. All right in his own words daily describes the incubation phase as a prototyping period we are signs validate our design hypothesis daily statement reads. We're going back and experimenting slash prototyping to improve on the areas where we believe. We fell shorts and to leverage everything that you currently love about anthem. According to daily the nature of this approach means that anthem two point. We'll be longer process. So don't expect the new version of the game to arrive anytime soon. Quote the team is small but the whole point of this. Take our time and go back to the drawing board daily notes. A small team gives us the agility a larger one can't afford daily also talked about transparency in assured fans that they would see things that look awesome but end up on the cutting room floor. Things that you might think suck that you feel. We are spending too much time on in the spirit of experimentation. The team wants to bring those interested in anthem along for the ride but daily notes that scene. How the sausage is made is not always pretty something. We're very familiar with here. The anthems overhaul was announced in February with manager. Casey Hudson admitting the game quote needs a more satisfying lewd experience better long-term progression in a more fulfilling and game.
Dallas - Shortly After Filing For Bankruptcy, Plano-Based JC Penney Announces Plan To Close More Than 240 Stores
"J. C. Penney filed for bankruptcy protection our protection late Friday today this telling regulators it plans to close around two hundred forty stores penny says it still took determining which ones and when that's around a third of penny stores they account for less than a third of penny
Dallas - 102-Year-Old Plano Man With COVID-19 Dies
"Collin county is reporting two more elderly people have died because of corona virus a one hundred two year old Plano man died at the life care center of Plano this morning and a ninety year old McKinney man died at an assisted living facility NBC five reporting the victim is the tenth person to die at the same living facility in McKinney a total of nineteen people in Collin county have died the county is reporting six hundred seventy six cases of corona's coronavirus four hundred sixty three people have recovered we also got word today from Tarrant county where five more people had passed away in Terrence and at sixty nine total new cases in Terry county reported on this
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"A dollar fifteen in Plano at the cosco on the Dallas north tollway feeder road at park now the current local averaging Dallas is about a dollar forty three it's a dollar forty in fort worth gas prices continue to drop their down eight cents in a week and a dollar and a quarter lower than this time last year homeowners across the area would normally would be getting their property appraisal notices this month but a lot of the appraisal districts have delayed sending these notices because of corona virus Ryan raven rate tax group says these notices are going out next month instead and watch out for higher value we were looking at probably record high values throughout the state of Texas and I really hadn't changed the only thing that's changed on that with with all this is the fact that most of the county to push back their their notice states the Tarrant county appraisal district sending out its notices on may first homeowners in Dallas and Collin counties we'll start seeing them after may fifteenth at AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament has settled on it's a new home for the next five years TPC Craig ranch in McKinney we were basically overwhelmed with the passion that they brought to the discussions the number of partners that they brought in basically the the homework that they have done the city itself the golf course business community at all really rallied around this opportunity and it became pretty clear that they were gonna be on next on that tournament director John Draco the tournament had been held at Trinity forest in south Dallas the last two years but was canceled this year due to cope in nineteen front here communications one of the biggest cable and internet providers in North Texas and it just filed for chapter eleven frontier says it has ten billion dollars in debt that it needs to restructure before it can come out from under that umbrella explained to sell its operations in the Pacific Northwest to another company it also says the filing will not impact the service that it provides in Texas and half the country frontier went into most of the debt when about wired lines from Dallas is eighteen T. and Verizon a few years back the Texas workforce commission says nearly one point one million people had filed for unemployment over the past five weeks Harris County has the most at nearly one hundred and twenty eight thousand TWC's unofficial total so far this week is sixty four thousand seven hundred and the surge it's likely not over economists fear the state's unemployment rate for this month could hit double digits TWC has been swamped and many people have been unable to get through the agency says it has ramped up its call centre and added a virtual assistant to its website Chelsea Wade news radio ten eighty KRLD senator Elizabeth Warren has finally given her endorsement for the twenty twenty presidential democratic candidates she says she's behind presumptive nominee Joe Biden warned older supporters empathy matters adding it's more important than ever that the next president restores America's faith in good effective government warnings the third big indoor spent for buying in this week following Bernie Sanders on Monday and Barack Obama on Tuesday there are different ways to escape from the reality of corona virus one of those ways is through online gaming but there's something ironic in the types of games that people are looking to play new numbers from gain trading site find the highest demands are for games that deal with fighting against pandemics is a two hundred percent increase in interest for global pandemic games seventy five percents for games that deal with survival like state of decay or the division two and a game called plague incorporated has seen a sixty one hundred percent increase in popularity it now has a high heard thirty million people playing online well we are keeping a close watch on the roads as some of you still have to get around town to get things done Dallas north tollway remission out to you Sunnyvale it's all in the report coming up in just a few the.
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Will live in the Mercedes Benz of Plano new center stay connected to what's on your computer or phone by using the radio dot com app tap on the heart and favorite K. R. of the Lagos is staying off the road these days and it could spell trouble for states like Texas in the long run Ryan beene is with Bloomberg talk to Chris summer personal travel well last week was down about fifty percent compared to normal levels and they defined that as the last week of February before we started to see these broad stay at home orders and other social distancing measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus be applied that is a stunning number to think that traffic overall is down by half now at the same time there are a lot of states who could feel the financial pinch even more even though this lighter traffic is good for those of us who need to get out why could this really have a big impact Ryan on state budgets all this lighter traffic all state budget particularly those for the transportation department of state are heavily reliant on gasoline taxes to support not just new construction projects but ongoing operation like like line painting and just general road maintenance and traffic management centers all over the country you know some states rely on either fuel taxes or tax revenue collected from vehicle sales or driver license and registration fees that we have to pay the D. and B. every every you know every so often in some states rely on that on those driving and vehicle related revenues for as much as seventy five percent of their state transportation budget and a trade association that represents the state transportation department the Ross the country has they're estimating that state DOT is could see a thirty percent reduction in their revenues over the next eighteen months and finally I was aware that most of the big auto insurance companies had announced plans to give rebates for a portion of this period when we're dealing with the corona virus but I had no idea Ryan how big that overall number had become yeah I I'm not sure what the total count is yet because we've had you know several big insurance companies say that they're going to you know give a refund or partial credit to monthly premiums but State Farm came out last week and that they would spend at something to the tune of two billion dollars issuing refunds of the ads that are gonna average out to about twenty five percent to their but a policy holders that for the premiums that they paid group from March like like like late March through their late may State Farm is the biggest insurance auto insurer in the country so sort of makes sense that you see that's a big number but it speaks to sort of dismiss the impact that less driving has had any people are driving lights they're also getting into fewer accidents not the rate necessarily but the number of accidents some researchers in California at the university of California Davis looking at big data found that the shelter in place order imposed by governor Gavin Newsom has basically cut in half the number of daily crash daily vehicle accidents in the state and the number of vehicle accidents that result in injury or fatality so I guess if you're looking for silver linings that might be what we're seeing less death and less you know bodily harm on the roadway.
Dallas - North Texas Food Bank Calls on National Guard to Help Distribute Food
"The National Guard is establishing a presence in Plano is the corona virus pandemic continues to impact the economy Dr Valerie Hawthorne with the North Texas food bank says close to two hundred fifty National Guard members are helping the food bank meet historic demands it is a welcome and blessed relief that we have them here to help us at this time the National Guard will be working at mobile food pantries the distribution floor and in
Dallas - DART Police Officer And Bus Operator Test Positive For Coronavirus
"Starts reporting a couple of employees tested positive the tour door police officer and a dart bus operator both are self isolating it Holman said to be doing okay Gordon shuttles with darts as the bus operator work last Thursday driving route three fifty which shows all the way up to Plano so they've been in contact with anyone who may have been on that bus he says additionally they pay particular attention to cleaning over the past two to three weeks now we've actually increased at one two almost three times a day we had a light rail specially reserved receive multiple cleaning throughout the day both are rail stations would also be in the lines for all of our red orange blue and green lines shell says both the bus and the officer's patrol car been taken out of
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Of Plano news center president trump is saying the cure for battling the corona virus should not be worse than the problem while lobbying for a swifter enter coronavirus restrictions he made the remarks during a press conference yesterday Dr David agus tells CBS this morning ending restrictions too soon could be very dangerous I think everybody thinks that it needs to be a four to six week minimum of what we call the social distancing now remember each person in the Chinese data can actually spread to two and a half people so if you stop it and they're still virus it will keep going and grow up again so we have to be clear on that my god is I mean obviously science will win and the data will win and I think my whole what the president is saying is let's see data every day and see where we are and then make a decision based on the data let's not say in advance that it's going to be X. number of weeks and that I buy into the key thing here really is to see what's going on and so what we're going to see is the end of this week we're going to see the impact of what we all have done the last week which is draconian measures we all have played a part in stepped back and hopefully dramatically stop the spread of the virus he says let's not let the cure be worse than the problem does that make sense to you in a while yeah I'm not an economist but what I do know is the economy won't deal well with the virus keeps going and so I think you have to look at on both sides is so if you open the economy and the virus keeps going we're gonna be in a worse situation than we are and now we should say that in most businesses probably are not likely to reopen if there is still a health crisis but I want to ask you how will we know when it is safe to loosen these restrictions so we need to see the stop the spread of the virus into community spread which is person to person spread has to go down dramatically in order to loosen the restrictions it's a numbers game and at the same time if we start to have treatment so let's say we do find somebody with a virus we can actually give them a drug that we know works we can actually stop the spread from him to somebody else or her to to other people Dr that president raise the specter of suicides if the economy tanks is badly some economists think it will within there is a term for that in the in the literature deaths of despair is it legitimate to calculate those sort of fatalities against the fatalities that come with the virus itself of course you have to look at the whole picture right we are in enterprise and so you cannot just say you know we're gonna put everyone in the house forget the economy forget jobs we're gonna have social disruption we're gonna have young people started going to the streets it's a I've got no income I can't survive and so it needs to be a hybrid of those and you know as we get more more science and data we can figure out exactly what to do so as we think about what potentially opening up sectors of the economy of portions of the country want one idea raised by the president is that certain parts of the country less hard hit could come back sooner economically is that a legitimate approach I think we can open certain parts of the country potentially although I'm not sure that's going to be likely but the other side is people who've been exposed that has antibodies to the virus and it's safe for them to go out they can be an upstart part of the economy we can actually differentiate elderly haven't been exposed very high risk if you have been exposed you can go out wait David before you go doctor found she wasn't at the press conference yesterday a lot of people find his presence very reassuring was it a surprise to you that he wasn't there I know you've talked to the White House about different things re reading too much into it yeah I think you know this and I think I hope is they want to so citizens have a small number of people you can't have a panel of ten people speaking at every conference he's a reassuring voice and he's real science and we all believe in again that CBS's Dr David agus on CBS this morning and over get information of course is changing by the minute on the coronaviruses stories will stay with KRLD it will have.
Dallas County Adds 19 New COVID-19 Cases
"Dallas County confirm nineteen more cases of coronavirus today bringing the county's total to seventy four one of those seventy four is a Dallas police officer in Dallas police say the officer is recovering well they've hired an outside company to sanitise the northeast patrol division three people who had contact with the officer now in isolation the Latino law enforcement organizations George Aranda tells NBC five that officers would like the department to give more info about how to protect against the virus while your typical civilian this is stakeholders is worried about what they're gonna do we're also worried about coming in contact with individuals that are that may be contagious more affected by cold Plano police employee has also tested positive that employee has been staying home but three others who were on the same trip out of state are also being tested Collin county so far has confirmed eighteen cases of coronavirus they have not given their latest update yet today also Denton county has nine they've also not provide an update as of yet today we're expecting one later
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The Mercedes Benz of Plano news center and now more CBS evening news joining us now is Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams he's often referred to as the nation's top doctor Dr Adams thank you very much for joining us glad to be here nor there is a new study out today from the national institutes of health but says the virus can live on surfaces for up to days twenty four hours on cardboard two to three days on plastic and stainless steel what do Americans need to know to protect themselves well the most important thing for Americans to know if that they should clean their surfaces frequently and that they should wash their hands frequently because the two ways you're going to transmit corona virus from a surface is by having a dirty surface around your house in my not washing your hands after you touch that surface the mayor of New York City said he is considering a shelter in place policy if major cities did that would that help slow the spread of this invisible enemy well I'm glad you brought that up because of Tony felt she and I talked multiple times a day every day and as Tony says if it seems like an overreaction right now then you're probably about where you need to be again it's why the administration put out these guidelines for all of America not just for a certain areas but for all of America to look at the ways that they can take prevents transmission of the V. as in their communities and I wouldn't fault any mayor any governor for what they're considering in their communities but at the very least limit social gatherings to less than ten a stay at home if you can from work and avoid nonessential travel let me ask you as a doctor what's your message to adults over the age of sixty who are healthy and they say I'm not worried about getting coronavirus my messages to everyone fifteen days you can do anything for fifteen days stay at home as much as possible limit the spread we do not want to look like Italy does two weeks from now I know your dad I'm a mom many parents have this question can my kids have playdates should day we said no playdates my wife just finished cancer treatment she is at higher risk I actually myself have chronic medical conditions I'm pre diabetic and it's just not worth the risk to the two of us but it's not worth the risk of our kids being spreaders and potentially taking it to someone else all right thank you Dr Jerome Adams our Surgeon General we appreciate it tonight as much of the world considers new lockdowns to stop the corona virus cases have declined substantially in China and South Korea remain Asensio looks at what those two nations have done to get the upper hand in the battle in south Korea's capital Seoul cleaning crews disinfect subway cars several times each day and drive through corona virus testing gives ten thousand.
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mercedes Benz of Plano news center ten eighty KRLD hashtag trending find out what's trending here in North Texas today obviously still on a corona virus related items on here including quarantine food shopping and I'm talking to you all your quarters but we have trending pictures and videos of empty store shelves continue to circulate it seem everywhere right target Walmart does matter where you go so if you were to be quarantine here are some tips from someone who's actually going through it topping did post they shared a list of what food to buy from an Italian woman who's been in quarantine along with the basically the rest of that country check out what you already have that's for starters the chances are you might already have enough food stashed in your fridge in your pantry to get you through a couple of weeks probably a couple of months at our house if not some good basics are rice the pasta oats means it's not really Atkins friendly as it canned vegetables to their versatile or they've got a long shelf life you can plan the meals with common ingredients to say use your freezer use your freezer put stuff in there and skip the junk food because that that's probably the first thing you'll go through if you ever do have to be quarantined and it's bad for you anyway that's right I love fixer uppers chip and Joanna Gaines have announcer and annual magnolia market's spring at the silos canceled now I know it's a tragedy just another Texas event though that's cancel due to corona virus concerns in a statement magnolia wrote the health and safety of our attendees employees is our top priority they also said that whoever bought the ticket to the event will be issued a full refund chip says that he and Joe want to reimburse up to one thousand dollars in travel hotel and expenses to the vendors there you go wall so Kerry Underwood canceled at Choctaw have been do rant I wondered about the casinos up there when you need to talk to all I don't know what that's like in there yeah if anyone another unlikely victim of the corona virus concerns as KFC's finger lickin good commercials that seems obvious when you say it with the increasing attention being placed on hygiene KFC has decided to pause its latest advertising campaign which includes our bring back that finger lickin good slogan probably not a good idea in the days of the corona virus definitely not make sure you wash your hands if you are going to eat it though if you are superstitious to mid day might be a little scary for you it's Friday the thirteenth but what are people so afraid out study dot com's is there a store called Vance that show the unlike unlike in as of this day and the number so biblically there were thirteen people present at the last supper and Judas being the thirteenth to arrive next day Friday supposedly the day Jesus was crucified crucified numerically the number thirteen may be considered unlucky because of its predecessor twelve in numerology twelve is considered a complete number twelve Olympic gods muscles month study excited so I even historically a lot of people just omit the thirteenth floor and there you go hopefully are you scared might do you know what the the of the actual word is for the natural fear of Friday the thirteen what is it I get to say this every time we have won the parents gave a deca try a phobia.
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"You last month Plano police arrest a man that they say stole several instruments in the students at Plano east police say DaMarcus McCarthy was able to convince students at Plano east that he was there to clean and repair their instruments and was led into a secure room and left alone McCarthy was captured on camera leaving the band hall with a euphonium and a saxophone loading them into a red four door vehicle and then driving away today Dallas police arrested McCarthy on an unrelated charge me currently sits in lieu Sterrett Plano police say they were able to recover the saxophone but the euphonium is still missing Austin York news radio ten eighty KRLD how much does it do the cowboys top or does the cowboys top receiver want to stay here thank god I was soon to be cowboys free agent wide receiver Amari Cooper does he want to stand out once a year I mean listen I'm I love being a Dallas cowboy I love meeting about I was just thinking about it today I think about it almost every it's a really you know everything the facility I love it here first so now I want to get out of there was a lot of tools to healthy is he here I'm good now I feel good you know I ran all the tunes and working out this is this is definitely the number one definitely seems to take care of the body not being you know focused on that so for me the same Christopher newsradio ten eighty KRLD six fifty three here K. you're all the daylight saving time starts early on Sunday like losing an hour of sleep certainly not Louisiana state lawmaker Dodie Horton who says her bill to put Louisiana on daylight saving time permanently would have other benefits activity is a lot higher ed possibly less crime less car accidents more family time she's aware that federal law stands in the way but she said if a bill passes and Congress were to decide to let states do permit daylight time that it would automatically take effect Chris Miller for CBS news New Orleans.
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Plano news center and it's time for ten eighty KRLD hash tag trending run to you by mail routine Wilson North Texas parents ended up having to do some major damage control after their son accidentally set their lawn on fire once a magnifying glass okay he'd gotten for Christmas set the whole lawn on fire yeah twelve year old Caden wanted to see if he could blood afire with this new give tennis two brothers wanted to burn you know a couple of holes and some newspaper or whatever so they ended up doing that the wind caught the newspaper and blew the embers into the lawn and ultimately causing that grass to catch fire what did they have on the grass well you know it's been pretty dry around here the boys it ran inside telling their parents at the corner of the lawn was on fire and that the Christmas lights that were starting to melt no the family were all in their PJ's and so the ground the water hose and cradling kids and stuff like that and started putting out the fire before it spread into the neighbor's yard area luckily they were able to put it out safely and of course is going to be one of their most unforgettable Christmas it yeah I would thank and all is good in the all is right in the world now that bubbles said it has restored the profile of Sharon stone after he was mistakenly blocked from interacting on the dating abba bumble spokesperson said in a statement that the company apologize for the confusion sixty one year old golden globe winning actress Sharon stone announced on Twitter that bumble had closed her account and she asked our is this me being exclusionary don't shut me out of the hive bubbles of the company wanted to extend an offer to stone for a few hours of profile prep at their headquarters in Austin so there you go profile prep I guess they wanted to help out with their profile that she has like some nice pictures up there and what to save us and it's message all right well it must be nice and the future mother in law tasked with the making of phone recording of her future son in law proposing to her daughter really missed the moment because it she was recording a selfie on her reaction to what she was seeing K. OB in Albuquerque report seizing Rigo somehow took video of herself watching Benjamin steel bacon proposed to our daughter she did capture the moment the bacon popped the question to amber Griego by the penguin exhibit at the Albuquerque bio park the couple said the mom selfie video made the proposal even more memorable all about her thank you all right six forty four K. R. L. the the you know that cats movie I has not done X. very well it stands to lose at the box office seventy one million dollars sad yeah that's according to deadline that cost more than a hundred million dollars to make man I attendance is been awful it made less than five million at the box office this weekend in the US and Canada all my gosh not not good meanwhile Adam Sandler's latest flick uncut gems set a new box office benchmark for a twenty four which is the film's indie distributor the movies made about almost twenty million dollars since opening on Wednesday at even though they got a C. plus CinemaScore from audiences which by the way the same score that cats got but uncut gems is already one of the studio's highest grossing movies at the movie by the way also has a ninety three percent average on rotten tomatoes and I did see that movie did you like it I mean I thought that Adam Sandler did a really good job but it's a very intense movie and if you want to have like anxiety and be very nervous and stressed out yeah definitely what's that okay I know there are a lot of people on thirty five south bound and north down in Dallas they have a lot of anxiety in their little stressed out because the highway shot down we'll get you an update on that coming this is the Bob thirty million in damages new album is coming at January tenth our new album will be called rare and she says quote is the most honest music I've ever made the album is available for pre order now they said celebrated her thirty eighth birthday with.
"plano" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Wanted to call the doctor in Plano that used to there's a great job with bags yeah for the rich they're still going to find that it undergoing your website all rain now he done stand my website he stays up but Texas back institute okay well let's go to the website would be kind of crowded probably would just be to electric in now yeah I got you now this is Dale it's doctor rash balm Texas back institute rush he's a sink about retiring all all those little niggling did in before he does that and and you know he's not on Tiger Woods is not on Tiger Woods website either but that's who fixed his back yeah okay well is not is not only Trevino's website either but that's fixed is back now yeah or good I don't play golf anymore but play tennis still unable backpacks there you go learns that CC and that's can you repeat that again send me an email go to my website send me an email I'll send you the information I thank you very much you better have a good weekend yeah last we still have open lines and believe it or not Karen looks like she's ready to pounce on the phone and we hate to leave her in this condition eight eight eight seven eight seven five five four three Neil Sperry can't have all the fun this afternoon let's go to Jason forth a Jason I don't do not know well under questioning under two thousand eight kia spectra it has the original tenants on the back windshield but also the wires for the defroster kit we can't has started to bubble yeah thank you they are can't replaced I don't want to have to have the the wires are ripped out it's actually the filaments that that can come on down but go ahead well my question is a I went to a guy on university to get the temp replacing said I can replace the tent but I've got to replace the processing power there you go yeah yeah that'll comes in so there's no way to fix the bubbling and keep the the so much for the foster will now because it's been ten years and even with the best ten jobs after ten years things start to go down hill at some point because it dries out and you get that bubbling that drives everybody not the problem is when you take the old ten off the tense take out part of the filaments with so if you still want a functioning unit rear window defroster you really have to have all that replaced to but if you if you've lasted this many years without the tent bubbling you're doing great Jason you know it just started bubbling published three or four years ago so this can cause your whole a lesson buying a new car well I how much just ballpark what it costs to help that and they also met replaced amount back windshield well I'm guessing I I don't know you may probably have to have the rear window replaced so you can call Maria it's you can call you know I've been trying or something like that and see what it costs to have the the back glass with the tent yes I would pay the guy had the guy take the ten off and have to replace everything I just have the back glass replaced and they got a clean bill of health but then on top of that okay there you go hello I'll do that thanks a lot have a good weekend you too bye bye okay all the.
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Plano we know parks and rec it's been clearing leaves off the sidewalk and setting up decorations that Hagrid park in order to advance any finances Dickens in downtown Plano has a Victorian twist thing coming get free scores is a free I slide is gonna be ice fights an ice carver blacksmiths that's a horse drawn carriage rides that's also free but on says crowds for the Christmas tree lighting have been growing as Plano has grown so businesses here I'm looking forward to tonight too it's a larger town but with a small town feeling in downtown kids can also get their picture taken with Santa Claus Scrooge and the ghost of Christmas future in Plano Alan Scott these radio Canadian care will be made Dallas school district is investigating one of its bus drivers who may have refused to let a student get on the school bus the teenagers seventeen years old says the driver has left students behind before and when he started to pull off Tuesday morning the students stood in front of the bus and he tells NBC five the driver just kept moving toward him even though he sees you coming because this is just a levy there so I was just like and no one not this time as someone else took some video showing the teenager stepping backward a neighbor tried to get the driver to stop the been finally called nine one one the teenage students says police actually cited him for disrupting traffic school district has put the driver on leave and the is now investigating and school leaders have a plan to replace three school buildings severely damaged back in October by that tornado and storm Jefferson high carry middle and walnut hill elementary schools.
"plano" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"From Plano on a murder that's coming up in two minutes start in Waco person time to check the traffic and weather together on the H. Julie Rogers we're going to go right to our biggest delay that's going to be on the west side of Dallas Telesat loop twelve look and break your whole whole whole a you don't wanna look it's an hour delay right now from thirty five easy to just after shady Grove were an accident has the two left lanes blocked public will get this cleared soon but right now you got a dismal back up that he's got six thirty five a plate road they got that accident clear stills again a heavy heavy jam up from before seventy five to about Preston actually north Dallas and box springs was about twenty south about six thirty five or one seventy five day are still doing road work in the two left lanes and you've got a very solid back up as a result from late June well if you haven't heard thirty five is closed in Denton that south bound at seventy seven due to a major accident as expected it did last in a rush hour this is been with us since our group probably around the seven o'clock hour were backed up to you about rector road actually little before it coming out of singer so this is easily still that ninety minute delay we've been hearing about SO one fifty six a lot of folks are taking that heading over towards crumb and that's going to be just as heavy so something to think about if you do choose to go that route you seem just as big backups there already let's talk Bedford for a moment southbound one twenty one cheeks Parker and Eric is in the left lane is back up from Paul Johnson southeast fort worth to Arlington he spent twenty Bowman springs the accident is rollover problem it's in the left lane back up from Wichita street there's also a backup on south loop a twenty from very thanks to Gary for giving us that info and south east fort worth south bound southeast Lupe twenty at Sun Valley road work is slowing things down is in the left lane so you can get by but its sluggish back to two eighty seven MLK we've got Collin county looking pretty good so far no big delays on seventy five central just as you get out of Dallas from six thirty five to Spring Valley wave of heavy traffic there everything beyond that are still in pretty good shape all the way up to McKinney I'm Julie Rogers next reported for eighteen and breaking traffic alerts when they happen Hey smiled though but our next cold front on the way on NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell.
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"The Mercedes Benz of Plano news center hope you're having a great Friday night listen to us while you're at work just download the radio dot com out then click on the hard to favorite KRLD sometimes it duty calls when you're not on duty that's what happened to one North Texas nurse who helped save lives after a plane crash while he was on vacation here's this week's Harold E. community hero Joseph Brookshire has seen plenty as a trauma nurse at Texas help but it was on a trip to Canada for nursing conference when duty called I've just outlined take off right I just happen to be at this little dirt airfield for whatever reason the planting get any higher and so all of a sudden it like took a steep nose dive to the last and disappeared on as little riser hill there was no explosion and or or any smoke or anything generally registers a plane crash but I thought I should go check on that about a mile up the road he saw the plane crashed in a river that ran parallel to the runway can't say that I was particularly. king I just got out of the car and ran down the bank and. now to the plane and walk and swam out there by that time other good Samaritans had arrived to help players all crumpled so we assisted pilot getting out it the pilot was pretty groggy and didn't have any visible external injuries occurred to talk to us so we got him out first because it was easier for one more people came helps I passed them off from my bank to get the passenger who's in much worse condition has somebody was having to hold his head out of the water it took a little bit longer to get him out this after we got him this or we did CPR on him until EMS arrived and then the M. S. took over the crash made the news in Canada where reports said without their help the men probably would not have survived I'm just glad that the plane crashed in a place where people could help them because if it had been in the woods they probably would have died if it had been farther away from where we couldn't see it from the road you know I probably would have explored any farther and the probably both sort of passed away we're proud to call Joseph Brookshire this week's KRLD community hero I think everybody there was trying to give these people the best chance to survive in this instance where there's no pressure you know wants to help can be thirty minutes or an hour away we are the help here the humanity is the help and I think you suppose out by your fellow human beings Susie Sony's news radio ten eighty KRLD and if you know someone who's doing great things in the community center an email on our website it care all the dot com.
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"Good morning. Everybody said wallet. You got it done. Yep. If you just didn't last week, you would've been five in a row would always got to go back to that lives. Okay. But. You know, as his friend of near forty years thirty nine years, I can say this even when his younger, he hated rehearsing. Walla's? Welcome to wheels for this Saturday morning. Joining us in studio today, the lovely charming. Always vivacious Roosevelt may good morning morning with how fines Hyundai in plano downtown plano, actually, how finds Hyundai plano down. Downtown get you get it. Right. Yeah. You know, I still see open-field behind you. Yeah. A little bit. But I'm trying to figure out how prospers happening when we still have open fields right across you mean to tell me if we went to our downtown, Des Moines. There's no open fields mind. Lisa have Cornyn. Well, we have corn. Now. That's probably why we have canned corn. Right. And it had open-field field all around I had to go back and do it again because I had to leave halfway through the show, and it was cornfield. Really? Yes. I've actually done remotes in cornfields. Wow. In texas. Also, join us del Randolph who runs how find Sunday up in McKinney. Hey, good morning. The real far end of the Metroplex. Yeah. Yeah. It's going away fast. That's what they keep saying except they've got open-field cross Roosevelt store. Okay. So this week has been another big week for trade. Excuse me. Yesterday. President Trump said he is working on creating new terrorists. On another two hundred sixty five billion dollars of goods from China. Yesterday. He brings Japan into the mix saying that he is going to target them over automobiles. Yesterday after a few days of renegotiation on NAFTA. Where it doesn't appear much progress has been made the president said he is going to he is threatened Canada with ruination on automobiles. So I couldn't help at this morning. I had to put the headline up Trump threatens China Trump turns Japan Trump threatens Canada. Wow. Now, that's not the way I wouldn't go. She had a deal. You know, it's like selling car. First thing you don't do as walk up and threaten your customer that walks on the lot just seems to be bad for. But that being said, we just also this morning because of the automotive news. They have a survey out on dealers on what their outlook is because of all these trade issues going on nine percent of the dealer surveyed said, they think it's going to have the positive impact on business. Thirty five percent say it's not gonna make any difference. Either way. Fifty six percent say it's going to have a negative impact. But it just so happens. I have the two guys here who deal in cars from South Korea. The one country. That's in the clear, you guys are doing fine. I, you know, go ahead. Yeah. I think I think we. As right now just talking to customers every day like we love to do in in in in. We just don't see a whole lot of people walking in with any concerns about what's happening. The good news about Hyundai is about seventy percent of the cars that we sell or made right here in America. Great many. Absolutely. So that that's a that's a positive. So I if anything happened. With South Korea. I believe there will be it wouldn't be as impactful for us as some of the other manufacturers. Well, again, the reason South Korea's kind of out of the equation is because President Trump would like to make a step forward with North Korea. Yes, he has great hopes that maybe some of this. What apparently is now seventy year animosity can be brought back level, and he is a real optimism optimist that he can do this. And so he needs South Korea got his back on the whole time. That's understandable. Absolutely. As a result. It's not happening, Dan. What about your store up further north? I think Hyundai's doing the job themselves that they're they're building. Better automobiles creating the product that I'm talking about the customers walking in. I'm not I'm not hearing concerns or. Again, at they're they're buying on because of Hyundai's not. I don't think even if we were involved, even if we were one of these countries that were producing cars in the they were to go up. I don't I don't think it would affect our business was a well again, he is threaten a twenty five percent tariff on European autos and understand why he's doing this is his first shot negotiating to try to get theoretically what you want to get out of the the deal. So I make fun of it because I've never seen his take on so many different countries at the same time. I'm not sure that's what's prudent, but. I asked the guys that are with BMW, Volkswagen and Mercedes and they go customers walking in. They couldn't care less has no impact on them whatsoever. Japan's been thrown into this. Yes. The guys with customers couldn't care less. It's like, it's it's not even an equation to him. It'd be interesting to you know, win. And if it all happens what's going to happen. I think these these car companies they do well, some it's all about the transaction value at the end of the day. And you know, they're scared to death of you know, to do a five hundred dollar price increase. I just don't I don't see it being that big of a deal. Even if it even if it all went down, and it was it was bad Roosevelt. One of the things in the agreement. We came with Mexico is it we're gonna if it if the cars built in Mexico currently has to have sixty two point five percent of the content of that car. Be built like here in the North American region right America for the most part, right? Seventy percent of those cars already meet that requirement. But consider this. If a car is built here in America and sold in America. What percentage of American parts does it have to happen it twenty none? None because you're not crossing borders. Remember, that's all deal as the trade agreement is crossing borders. So it would be simple enough to shift some parts production goes into vehicles here in America. Make them go south of the border for the small percentage that don't qualify. The thirty percent of the cars, you're building with fewer American parts here. Right and everybody still compliant. They say on average parts or pieces of cars cross borders, seven six or seven times before the car finally is manufactured. They can just go back and forth and back and forth back and forth. You just relying your your your chain for you parts and you're compliant. It's not really that hard to do. And that's an issue that nobody ever talks about. But again, I I don't know why cantor wooden sign off on that knowing that's the case. But as I talk to guys do European cars, the Japanese cars all that stuff. Off. It's like no customer is saying do I need to buy now or prices go up. I'm not getting much of that stuff. No, not at all of the tariffs. Do come into effect. Especially for Japan is there's not a work around for that. Right. It's going to see an increase in those cars again. There are many Japanese cars made here in America. And they're not tariff bright again, if you do that over an agreement, you can always go to the World Trade Organization, and we have rules on what tariffs are this like if Mexico or Canada drop out of NAFTA it adds a two and a half percent tariff crossing the border into America. You have to say is it more expensive to buy the parts of pay a tariff? Mexico said fine. We'll do it Canada will end up doing the same thing. However, there is a story coming up for Toyota, did, you know, like twelve of their sixteen plants in Japan or shutdown? No, I did not know there you go. That's right. They had an earthquake in Northern Ireland a condo this week. And it was a critical motor factory now. Shut down twelve of their factories indefinitely until they can get it up and running again, while Honda get this has three factories underwater. Wow. I mean, I I was looking at the photos of the got one in Thailand the gallon in Japan. The got the one in Mexico, and I'm going do they build other plants in in flood plains now? Because you'll see this big lake water. And there's a Honda plant right in the center of it. Strange days strange days. We're talking today with Roosevelt who's the general manager of huffing Sunday plano nowhere near downtown. By the way guy. I don't want him going downtown looking for the store. Well, you know, listen. Okay, car some call me. You know, they call me. I'll tell you exactly where the store is. But it is it's it's a new downtown plano actually from here on out like the the customers listeners gray when they come in to see you. Yes. When they first thing is say nice to meet you Roseville. You're nowhere near downtown. Right. Okay. Yeah. Do it. Yeah. And they'll Randolph with her fines McKinney who's actually near downtown Sherman three miles from the square. Yeah. There you go. We did we did a deal. I guess it was last year where we where we asked to we asked the listeners still out to to to bring Dale a Cup of coffee from for his free Cup of coffee. Oh, asking me. I thought it was a Cup of coffee from seventy eleven now snags asking for oh asking that. Okay. Dale was going to give away free coffee. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He'll he'll do it today to hold on. Now. He's got call. And he called you and said, what am I supposed to be doing here? We're saving all of that for the customer. Sometimes it's like the credit card commercial priceless. Right. Priceless. When Roosevelt call me, Dale just called me. Gus harass for that coffee. Coming up next turns out the stories that everybody's going to give up their cars. So they can use Uber lift in the future. Isn't exactly right. Plus Uber decides if you're not a great passenger you can't use the service anymore. That's coming up next on five seventy KLIF, Dane, minor general manager of Freeman Toyota and Hearst and in two thousand seventeen Freeman sold. More new Toyotas than any other Toyota dealer in the Fort Worth metro area based on sales.
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"At ten twenty five good morning you'll bomber still in with you and thank you so much for allowing me to be with you okay thirty five northbound at south loop to eighty eight and denton an accident is taken away the left lane is totally blocked and you've got stop and go traffic from post oak drive police are on the scene and well it's going to be giving out tickets all right for anyone who's trying to cut across the grass all right so don't try to go warning warning remember back in the day was it lost in space robot warning warning do not attempt that they're standing by to give you a ticket if you're going to think about it so schnee on that in plano seventy five southbound between plano plano parkway and bush one ninety turnpike the crews are laying bridge beams and the road is closed in that area i promise i promise i promise you'll get there okay all right remembered don't text and drive dell sopo alright it gets greater later happy mother's day start from nineteen ninety eight i'm sorry nineteen eighty three nineteen eightythree naked is song is called promises young i promise pre mother's day celebration underway on this simply sensational saturday may twelve twenty eighteen just have to remind myself sometimes because sometimes i forget and there's been times when of course you remember back in the day guys when we used to keep phone numbers in our head we remember a lot of phone numbers and now i can't even remember what i.
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"Yes i wonder where he's radicalized because you know the big question is what mosque did he go to all he went to a my sheet he went to a wonderful must feet and you know i gotta tell ya it's a plano mosque he he goes to a pleasure take goes through plano moscow and and and and he does he he's he's a regular tend to have a plano mosque and the the the some of the muslim people today in the community are say well this is absolutely against islam this is absolutely against islam this is not islam this is the antecedents of islam but to which i say hold on think about this way i go to first baptist dallas right great church amazing church my church home has been for almost four years now would you see me do you think i would go i can just tell you there's no way you know the gate church in dallas is the largest gay church in america apparently the cathedral of hope you're think you're gonna see me worshiping there you know why you're never gonna see me worshiping there and by the way i love them as my neighbor and i respect them the wrong but i do love them and respect them but i'll never be worshiping there you know why because their beliefs don't line up with my beliefs and so we know this alleged muslim terrorists seventeen year old moslem terrorists was worshipping at one of our local mosques in plano any obviously felt comfortable and the media today even the chief of police in plano with leftist mayor laura the trumpeter says well you know already get radicalized on the internet late got radicalized on the internet really so it was that darn in and again wasn't it wasn't a young moslem by the way who wants to please.