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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:12 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This thiss bank with center. Here right along. I 20 there. Ready for people start arriving here. Both. The spots actually opened last night. One is that the Knights of Columbus Hall in and it's the other thing Is that this reception centre along I 20 Evacuees were arriving from the coast by shuttle buses, but they don't stay at these evacuation centers. It's just a place for them to get some water. Use the rest room get a break from the road. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says they're using state funding to pay for 300 hotel room for these evacuees, he tells NBC five that can help encourage social distancing and to keep covert 19 from spreading among the evacuees. We're working very hard to make sure we have a medical plan around the people that we're helping Sun is certainly something were aware of and what you're closely and Jenkins says They're also trying to get evacuees hotel assignments while they're still on their way up here. They won't even need these reception areas, he says. They're going to book additional hotel rooms if necessary. Reporting live in Mesquite. Alan Sky News radio in 80 year old 706. Now with Laura bearing down on the coast. One concern is animals and the Humane Society of North Texas is doing what it can to Help get them out of harm's way. Here's the Humane Society of North Texas was ableto fly 80 pads from the Texas Gulf coast to a local nor taxes airport before Hurricane Laura hits. Cassie Davidson with the Humane Society says they were able to rescue all kinds of animals 56 cats, $20.3 rabbits and pip squeak who's our little three legged round really are safely out of harm's way. So these people came to us from the Houston. Some of them are cruelty cases that have been completed and they are now available for adoption. She says. They will bring approximately 70 more dogs today from the Houston Beaumont areas. To ensure they can avoid Hurricane Laura's wrath. Austin York News Radio 10 80 Carol the 706 Now in other news this morning, officials with encore say that huge fire last week at a plastics manufacturing plant in Grand Prairie It wasn't caused by any of their equipment's a three alarm fire scent of a large plume of smoke from the Poly America Plastics factory, and there were some power outages in the surrounding area. But on core has determined that all of its power lines were operating normally and were intact when the fire started. They've also gotten confirmation from the Grand Prairie Fire Department that on core power lines were not to blame. Company is still working to replace all of its equipment that was damaged in the fire, but power outages were restored in less than 24 hours after the blaze, The cause is still under investigation. Steven Pickering news radio 10 80 K R L D. This morning. There is new information about the Sutherlands Springs shooter Carol these Bailey Friday reports it emerged as victims of the massacre move forward with their lawsuit against the government. More than three dozen families are suing after a gunman opened fire inside the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in November. 2017 killing 26 people, including a pregnant woman. The lawsuit accuses the airforce in Department of Defense of negligence and failing to report the gunman, Devin Kelly's criminal history and fingerprints to an FBI database used to bet Gun buyers, The Dallas morning News reports. Kelly had threatened mass violence before and received a bad conduct discharge from the airforce in 2014 after he was convicted for beating his first wife and assaulting his stepson. A spokesperson says the Air Force does not comment on ongoing litigation. The government has sought to dismiss the claims. Bailey Friday news radio 10 80 LD, So the hurricane is getting closer. Right. So what can we do here in North Texas to help Well live report on that's coming up first. Let's get you an update on traffic and weather together on the eights. Here's Joyce Nielsen. And if your daughter takes you through Irving North Ambush Turnpike for Con Plan stalled in the right lane, not take any big backups. They're just using caution. You're traveling in that area. Once you're beyond that, though, traffic looking good as you continue on up through the 1 83 1 14 interchanges 1 14 of 1 83. Also looking good from the Terran County line heading over to Luke 12 Walton Walker, with Luke 12 moving well, without any reported issues from the four Wait, merge in Dallas, heading up to 1 14 in Irving with a look at the drive along 35 W, It's John Wolf. In north forward found 35 w a bit slow from North Terran Parkway up to Golden Triangle Arlington Just once. Slow stretch north bound 3 60 from Park Row up to Abram, right where you might expect it, But it's their lake Worth South bound 1 99 still slow approaching, Surfside had traffic life problems as you come down from Confederate Parkway and North Richland Hills eastbound north Loop a 20. A little thick is you get onto 1 83 over to precinct line. 75 Still looking Good about 30 35 minute drive from McKinney into downtown Dallas. Dallas North hallway. Not seeing any problems at this point between 3 80 prosper in the 35 emerged just north of downtown. Now, if you're out there on the road, you see a problem. You give us a call. Let us know about it on the K R l D traffic tip hotline. To 14 to 1910 80. I'm Joyce Nielsen. Your next report at 7 18 and break in traffic alerts when they happen. Thank you, Joyce. Thank you, John. Let's check in now achieve meteorologist Dan Brown off. So you told us about the hurricane? What's going on here? But Well, here we have some showers and thunderstorms across the architects right now.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"A week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. 81 degrees at 303. I'm Kurt Luis. Top stories this morning. Hurricane Laura bearing down on the coast Governor Abbott extending the number of counties under his disaster declaration to 59 care. Elise Austin bureau chief Chris Fox reporting evacuations are already underway. Evacuation centers are set up in San Antonio Austin and two in the D F W area. Governor Abbott says Hurricane Laura is expected to be fast moving more like Hurricanes Aiken, Rita, Unlike hurricane hard See this is going to be more of a wind event. There will be some very main ful gusts along the coastline coming inland. The tropical storm winds could make it as far as Texarkana. By the end of Thursday, Emergency management chief Nim Kidd is coordinating the state in federal response. Our goal is no loss of life. Our goal is evacuation, not rescue and then a rapid cleanup in recovery in Austin, Chris Fox News radio 10 80 K R L D Dallas police have now named the man they've been looking for since August. 15 tonight. A teenage girl was murdered at an apartment complex near Bachman Lake. They have a warrant. Now in the name of Jose Monta Salih, suspected of gunning down 16 year old Sara Alvarez Crimestoppers has a $5000 reward posted. On course, is the fire last week at that plastics plant in Grand Prairie was not caused by any of their equipment. The three alarm fire scent of a large plume of smoke from the Poly America Plastics Factory, and there were some power outages in the surrounding area, but on core has determined that all of its power lines were operating normally and were intact when the fire started. They've also gotten confirmation from the Grand Prairie Fire Department that on core power lines were not to blame. The company is still working to replace all of its equipment that was damaged in the fire, but power outages were restored in less than 24 hours after the blaze, the cause is still under investigation. Steven Pickering news radio 10 80 K R L D. Now Carol do traffic and weather together. No accidents across Dallas Fort Worth freeways tonight. Nothing that's been Reported by either police or Tex dot So we're looking mainly construction slowdowns. That might be a problem. I'm looking at some of the cameras and I don't see any real big backups, but there is work tonight in North pretzel in heels. Luke 20 eastbound at 1 21 Looks like one lane is blocked by some overnight work there and from the Kennedy care only Weather center mostly clear in 77 overnight. A 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms Wednesday I of 92 a 40% chance again on Thursday a high of 90 still a 30% chance on Friday, but it will be early by afternoon. We'll see a lot of sunshine. It'll be just hot again. In fact, we could triple digits on Friday. On Saturday Sunny and 98 I'm Kurt Luis. Use radio 10 80 K R l D The following program has been pre recorded. It's time to take charge of your wallet and your future. Missing a minute can cost you big time. Prepare to save more, spend less and avoid getting ripped off with Clark Howard..

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Big warning about what could be a big stole. There will be a water surge of perhaps as high as 10 ft. Wherever the hurricane comes ashore and with Hurricane Laura, bearing down on the Texas Coast governor haven't extended the number of counties under his disaster declaration to 59 Carol. These Austin bureau chief, Chris Fox. Reports evacuations. Have already begun. Evacuation centers are set up in San Antonio Austin and two in the D F W area. Governor Abbott says Hurricane Laura is expected to be fast moving more like Hurricanes Aiken, Rita. Unlike Hurricane Harvey, this is going to be more of a wind event. There will be some very meaningful gusts along the coastline coming inland. The tropical storm winds could make it as far as Texarkana by the end of Thursday. Emergency management chief Nim Kidd is coordinating the state in federal response. Our goal is no loss of Life. Our goal is evacuation, not rescue and then a rapid cleanup in recovery in Austin, Chris Fox News radio 10 80 K R L D Dallas, please Now naming the man they've been looking for since August. 15th when a teenage girl was murdered at an apartment complex near Bachman Lake. They now have a warrant out in the name of Jose Montas. So, Lise Suspected of gunning down 16 year old Sara Alvarez. Crimestoppers is also posting Ah $5000 reward on courses. The fire last week at the plastics manufacturing plant in Grand Prix was not caused by any of their equipment. Three alarm fire scent of a large plume of smoke from the Poly America Plastics factory, and there were some power outages in the surrounding area. But on core has determined that all of its power lines were operating normally. And were intact when the fire started. They've also gotten confirmation from the Grand Prairie Fire Department that on core power lines were not to blame. The company is still working to replace all of its equipment that was damaged in the fire, but power outages were restored in less than 24 hours after the blaze, the cause is still under investigation. Steven Pickering news radio 10 80 K R L D..

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The 2300 block of South University. That's just Ah, little in the northeast of TCU. At this point, police they're not saying exactly what caused the crash. They're saying it was just a one car crash, a rollover and ensuing fire and one person dead at the scene. The investigation is still ongoing. Democratic Convention will end tonight Thursday night due to the pandemic. Of course, the entire thing is being held online. Houston Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia says Democrats have the momentum and they need to build on that through election day. Can't be out there block walking. We can't be out there doing the retail politics as usual, but we can all the ground by beefing up our text E program, our phone bank program. Firefighters in Grand Prairie made fast progress on a massive fire in a plastics factory yesterday, Carol these Andrew Greenstein reported from the scene. The fire at the Poly America Plastics Factory is contained and the Grand Prairie Fire Department now says it should be completely out by tonight. That's earlier than the original estimate of sometime tomorrow. One. Lingering concern, however, is the fate of a pair of nearby electrical towers. Earlier officials had said it would be just a matter of time before they collapsed under the intense heat Now, as of right now, they are still up carry done with Encore says crews are monitoring the situation. We have our engineering construction teams on site, and we're gonna be working with first responders on making sure we can assess any potential further impact. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it is not detected any health concerns from the toxic smoke. In Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio, 10 80 Karol Karol, the traffic.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"To fulfill that promise of equal justice under law. Because here's the thing none of us are free. Until all of us are free. CBS's Nicole Killian on the reception of Harris's speech can all but guarantee that there were women across this country crying in their living rooms as they watched that speech, and I can say that from the standpoint of talking to people who grew up with her talking to some of her sorority sisters and talking to stakeholders who have been working for years to get more women of color in elected office. U S Postal Service FACES MORE questions on Capitol Hill and a federal lawsuit over male disruptions that's bringing anger from the president of CBS NEWS, White House correspondent Ben Tracey reports President Trump is accusing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell off playing into the hands of Democrats railing on Twitter about ridiculous post office hearings being held just before and during our convention. And there's an impact. Representative Shelley Pingree of Mainz is at least 4800 Chicks ship to farmers in her state through the Postal Service have arrived dead in recent weeks since rapid cuts their authorities are trying to locate hundreds of students who haven't yet shown up in South Carolina schools more from CBS's Jim Crow Sula. Nearly 800 Children remain unaccounted for. In South Carolina since school shut down because of Corona virus in March. The state's Department of Social Services says its staff school personnel and pull Lise have not physically seeing the missing students despite multiple attempts, in some cases to reach them. Wildfires raging through Northern California are threatening thousands of homes near and around San Francisco. At least 1000 people were ordered to evacuate Wednesday night because of fires in Solano County, a pilot on a water dropping mission died on Wednesday when his helicopter crashed in Central California. The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case challenging the constitutionality of the landmark health care legislation known as Obamacare, But not until November. 10th week after Election Day legal scholar Laurie Levenson. It is a big deal. That the court decided not to hear this case until after the election. Even if they had heard the case, they would not be deciding the case. By the time of the election. When it comes to obamacare, the election will probably have more impact. In this case ever could. Wall Street was down on Wednesday. European stocks are down in early trading and so stop future Zara's well there Sue CBS news. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. 203 I'm Kurt Luis stop stories tonight Democratic Convention Night. Three is in the books night For Thursday night. We will hear from the Democrats presidential candidate Joe Biden due to the entire Outbreak of Corona virus the convention's being held online Houston Congress moment, Silvia Garcia says Democrats have mo mentum She believes they need to build on that through election day. Can't be out there block walking. We can't be out there doing the retail politics as usual, but we can all the ground by baby, not our text E program our phone bank program, Firefighters in Grand Prairie made fast progress on a massive fire in a plastics factory. Expected to burn for two days. They actually had it surrounded by this afternoon fire at the Poly America Plastics Factory is contained, and the Grand Prairie Fire Department now says it should be completely out by tonight. That's earlier than the original estimate of sometime tomorrow. One. Lingering concern, however, is the fate of a pair of nearby electrical towers. Earlier officials had said it would be just a matter of time before they collapsed under the intense heat Now, as of right now, they are still up carry done with Encore says crews are monitoring the situation. We have our engineering construction teams on site, and we're gonna be working with first responders on making sure we can assess any potential further impact. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it is not detected any health concerns from the toxic smoke. In Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio, 10 80 Keira Leigh. Now barely traffic.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"77 degrees in 103. I'm Kurt Luis top stories tonight. Firefighters getting the upper hand on that massive fire to Grand Prairie plastics factory that began about 24 hours ago. It took more than 16 hours, but firefighters have contained the massive blaze at the Poly America Plastics Factory here in Grand Prairie. Grand Prairie Fire is saying that the fire should be completely extinguished tonight. Now what time's thick black toxic smoke was billowing from the building. Brian McGovern, with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, says there is no concern in the immediate vicinity seek. You have not detected any immediate health concerns at ground level. One thing that does remain concerning, however, is the fate of a pair of adjacent electrical towers early this afternoon, officials said, their collapse was imminent. But right now they are still standing. But if they do come down They will bring several power lines down with them in Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Keira Leigh Carrollton man under indictment for trying to force his estranged wife. Back into a relationship by threatening to publish intimate pictures. James Revel e could face up to two years from the Carrollton P D. Jolene DeVito says. It's a crime that happens a lot, especially among teenagers and younger of dome. This case, it's adults, but obviously this is a great concern. Teo for juvenile and young people as well and that could take on a whole other set of circumstances when you're dealing with a juvenile, her best advice. Never take pictures of anything that you don't want published online. It's Jamie Progresses, Employee of the month, two months in a row, leave a message at the.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Firefighters gained the upper hand on that massive fire at a Grand Prix plastics factory. It took more than 16 hours. But firefighters have contained the massive blaze at the Poly America Plastics Factory here in Grand Prairie. Grand Prairie Fire is saying that the fire should be completely extinguished tonight. Now, at times thick black toxic smoke was billowing from the building. Brian McGovern, with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, says there is no concern in the immediate vicinity seek. You have not detected any immediate Get health concerns at ground level. One thing that does remain concerning, however, is the fate of a pair of adjacent electrical towers early this afternoon, officials said, their collapse was imminent. But right now they are still standing. But if they do come down, they will bring several power lines down with them. In Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Caroli, Carrollton Man's now under indictment for trying to force his estranged wife back indoor relationship with him. By threatening to publish Intimate pictures train James Revel E could face up to two years in jail. Jolene DeVito from Carol's, NPD says. It's a crime that happens a lot lately, especially among younger adult. In this case, it's adults, but obviously this is a great concern. Teo for juvenile and young people as well and that could take on a whole other set of circumstances When you're dealing with a juvenile, her best advice. Never take pictures of anything you don't want published online. School district in North Texas is installed new air filters and its buildings. Researchers say they can kill the Corona virus filters were developed at the University of Houston, a company called Meta Star. They're being used in the slide L district in Wise County Superintendent Taylor Williams, saying they were happy to add that extra layer of protection as kids return to class parent. You know, we're relieved to see this technology in our hallway along with our other safety protocols in place, and we're just we're excited to be back. The filters have an extra heating element, Researchers say that kills the virus that causes The covert now Carol, the traffic.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"79 degrees at 11 03. I'm Kurt Luis stop stories tonight. Democratic Convention Night three ending on our so go due to the outbreak of Corona virus. Of course, the whole entire thing is being held on line. Houston Congresswoman Sylvia Garcia says the Democrats have Mo mentum and they need to build on that through election day. Can't be out there block walking. We can't be out there doing the retail politics as usual, but we can own the ground, my baby, not our text E program, our phone bank program, she believe. Some polls show Texas to be a battleground state. It's up to Texas Democrats, he says. To make sure the polls prove correct. Firefighters in Grand Prairie made great progress on that massive fire at a plastics factory fire at the Poly America Plastics factory is contained, and the Grand Prairie Fire Department now says it should be completely out by tonight. That's earlier than the original estimate of sometime tomorrow. One. Lingering concern, however, is the fate of a pair of nearby electrical towers. Earlier officials had said it would be just a matter of time before they collapsed under the intense heat. Now, as of right now, they are still up Carry done with Encore says crews are monitoring the situation. We have our engineering construction teams on site, and we're gonna be working with first responders on making sure we can assess any potential further impact. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it is not detected any health concerns from the toxic smoke. In Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Karol. The Dallas County grand jury isn't died of the Carrollton man for threatening to publish intimate pictures of his estranged wife if she didn't take him back. James Revel e could face two years in a state jail if convicted now Carol traffic.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Mayoralty. Firefighters gain the upper hand on a massive fire at a plastics factory in Grand Prayer. Ince are oldies Andrew Greenstein has the latest It took more than 16 hours, but firefighters have contained the massive blaze at the Poly America Plastics Factory here in Grand Prairie. Grand Prairie Fire is saying that the fire should be completely extinguished tonight. Now what time's thick black toxic smoke was billowing from the building. Brian McGovern, with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, says there is no concern in the immediate vicinity seek. You have not detected any immediate health concerns at ground level. One thing that does remain concerning, however, is the fate of a pair of adjacent electrical towers early this afternoon, officials said, their collapse was imminent. But right now they are still standing. But if they do come down, they will bring several power lines down with them. In Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio, 10 80 Keira Leigh. Some advanced DNA testing technology has enabled authorities to capture a man who was the suspect in a string of sexual assault cases. In Dallas. In the 19 eighties, 74 year old David Hawkins was arrested for the sexual assault of a Dallas woman back in 1985. Investigators believe DNA evidence also linked Hawkins. 23 other assaults in Dallas two in Shreveport, Louisiana, that occurred from 1982 1985. The case was blown wide open when scientists use forensic genetic genealogy. D A says It's the first case of its kind to be solved that way. After extensive DNA testing, genealogy research and surveillance investigators linked Hawkins to the unknown male profile from the sexual assault collection Kit. From the 1985 case. Austin York News Radio 10 80 Carol now time for Koror, traffic.

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Massive fire engulfs plastics factory near Dallas, could burn for days

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00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Massive fire engulfs plastics factory near Dallas, could burn for days

"Firefighters gain the upper hand on a massive fire at a plastics factory in Grand Prayer. Ince are oldies Andrew Greenstein has the latest It took more than 16 hours, but firefighters have contained the massive blaze at the Poly America Plastics Factory here in Grand Prairie. Grand Prairie Fire is saying that the fire should be completely extinguished tonight. Now what time's thick black toxic smoke was billowing from the building. Brian McGovern, with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, says there is no concern in the immediate vicinity seek. You have not detected any immediate health concerns at ground level. One thing that does remain concerning, however, is the fate of a pair of adjacent electrical towers early this afternoon, officials said, their collapse was imminent. But right now they are still standing. But if they do come down, they will bring several power lines down with them.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Ruling swishing of air and just going crazy and explosions going off. This enormous only bombs. Governor Gavin Newsom blames the extraordinary weather and thousands of lightning strikes a scary scenario in South Carolina, as authorities are trying to locate hundreds of school kids who have been missing since the covert 19 pandemic began. Correspondent Jim Crow Sula. Nearly 800 Children remain unaccounted for in South Carolina since school shut down because of Corona virus in March. The state's Department of Social Services says its staff school personnel and police have not physically seeing the missing students despite multiple attempts, in some cases to reach them. Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson says the Supreme Court will hear arguments over the affordable care act. But days after the November election, no matter which direction Supreme Court goes. The whole issue, maybe mooted out. If there's a change in administration or change of laws by the Congress, the Dow lost 85 points today. NASDAQ Down 64. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today 90 degrees at 83. I'm Steven Pickering on NewsRadio, 10 80. Firefighters in Grand Prairie matter make progress on a massive fire in a plastics factory. Carl these Andrew Greenstein has details. The fire at the Poly America Plastics Factory is contained, and the Grand Prairie Fire Department now says it should be completely out by tonight. That's earlier than the original estimate of sometime tomorrow. One. Lingering concern, however, is the fate of a pair of nearby electrical towers. Earlier officials had said it would be just a matter of time before they collapsed under the intense heat Now, as of right now, they are still up carry done with Encore says crews are monitoring the situation. We have our engineering construction teams on site, and we're gonna be working with first responders on making sure we can assess any potential further impact. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it is not detected any health concerns from the toxic smoke. In Grand Prairie, Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 care. Early new DNA technology is helped investigators tracked down a man suspected in a string of sexual assaults in the Dallas area. In the 19 eighties, K. R L D's Austin York has details following a mass 74 year old David Hawkins was arrested for the sexual assault of a Dallas one back in 1985. Investigators believe DNA evidence also links Hawkins to three other assaults, both in Dallas and two and three Ford that occurred from 1918 to 1985. The D A. Says it's the first case of its kind to be solved using forensic genetic genealogy. After extensive DNA testing, genealogy research and surveillance investigators linked Hawkins to the sexual assault collection kit in the 1985 case. Austin York NewsRadio 10 80 carefully Now time for Koror traffic and weather together in the 10 80 traffic center who's ready for Dallas East 32nd Avenue, There is an accident, causing heavy backup past season. Chavez downtown farmer's branches around 6 35. LBJ 35 direct is blocking two right lanes. There is, however, no delay by that. Get in north around 35 35 w emerge a little bit of roadwork, slowing traffic as you grow. I'm Randy Fuller on your traffic leader from the Carroll the weather now, Dave. Clear skies overnight. Low temperature near 70 degrees Sunshine tomorrow with a high of 92 clear Thursday night Low 70 and then Friday sunny and hot once again high 94. Partly cloudy Friday night Low in the lower seventies and then Saturday, mostly sunny with a high of 95 warming up for the next couple of days Saturday, rather Sunday, sunshine with a high of 96. Monday. Sunny with a high of 96 as well. Right now it is 91 degrees in Dallas. I'm Steven Pickering News Radio.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:47 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Huge fire and Grand prairie. Good evening. It is 703 89 degrees right now. At J. R L D and I'm Austin York Firefighter's gained the upper hand on a massive fire to Grand Prairie Plastics Factory as Carol. These grand Andrew Greenstein is on the scene with the latest It took more than 16 hours. But firefighters have contained the massive blaze at the Poly America Plastics Factory here in Grand Prairie. Grand Prairie Fire is saying that the fire should be completely extinguished tonight. Now what time's thick black toxic smoke was billowing from the building. Brian McGovern, with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, says there is no concern in the immediate vicinity seek. You have not detected any immediate health concerns at ground level. One thing that does remain concerning, however, is the fate of a pair of adjacent electrical towers early this afternoon, officials said, their collapse was imminent. But right now they are still standing. But if they do come down They will bring several power lines down with them in Grand Prairie. Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Keira Leigh, This is LP Phillips. Polly America employs over 1700 workers and is in the business of recycling plastic. That is what is believed to be on fire and Grand Prairie City Councilman Greg Gesner himself an insurance agent thinks the company probably is covered for that probably got a very good insurance policy in place that has some liability coverage is in Eating probably some pollution exposure. Liability coverage is as well. The business analytics company Dun and Bradstreet says Polly America had around $500 million in sales, Court records show. The company has been involved in several lawsuits over patent issues. LP Phillips NEWS Radio 10 80 year old E Dallas County grand jury has indicted a Carrollton man for threatening to publish intimate pictures. If he is a strange wife didn't take him back. 52 year old James Rebel Lee could face two years and state jail of convicted Jolene DeVito of carrot in police says with cell phones everywhere, so our pictures Unfortunately, these types of incidents are more and more common. And as relationship dissolves, be it a marriage or a dating relationship here in where law enforcement sits in perspective of these things. We hear about these things all the time, she says. The best rule of thumb don't ever take a picture of something that you wouldn't want to see online using state of the art DNA technology, a man suspected of several sexual assault in Dallas and Louisiana three decades ago, is now been arrested. Dallas County, D A s office announced the arrest of 74 year old David Hawkins for the sexual assault of a Dallas woman back in 1985. Investigators believe DNA evidence also link Hawkins to three other assaults in Dallas and two in Shreveport, Louisiana. 1985 case was solved through the use of forensic genetic genealogy. It's the same technology used to crack the decades old golden State killer case, Dallas will set aside more money in next year's city budget to help people on the verge of losing their homes. The city will set aside $500,000 it got from the cares act for a program to help people avoid being evicted. From their homes or apartments. Lose the deal. Pereira with city of Dallas says it's not just for helping people with rent payments. It's comprehensive in nature, so it's not just one component. Gather counseling, evictions interruptions, The city will work with local nonprofit groups to find people who need help, although they're not sure how many people will benefit. L. A City Council member Adam vessel. Do it hopes the city will expand the program. I think it is underfunded. Steven Pickering News Radio 10 80 K rld than Dallas County. Another 399. People have tested positive for the Corona virus. 44 of the cases are backlogged from April, May and June. Well, lots of traffic.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:10 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"When they have from that, Caroll, the weather Center man. What a nice day it's been Nice night as well down under 70 most likely for our low tonight that is going to feel really, really nice. Tomorrow we get up to around 92 degrees really light wind tomorrow, maybe some storms off to the Northwest. And then, after a lo of 71 would get up to 95 degrees on Friday over the weekend, maybe a slight chance of a shower. Maybe Friday night into Saturday. But other than that, Mid nineties over the weekend, right now, at news radio, 10 80 k r L ve still riding riding about 91 degrees. Your news for Crane and woolly estate planning, news, traffic and weather All news all day news radio 10 80 Your news now. Hey there, nor Texas you know, it's been kind of top of discussion all day because of what quite the scene it created. I'm Christian Dia's here, along with John Little. It's now 5, 30 firefighters and Grand prairie. They're making great progress on that massive fire. Everyone's been talking about happened on a plastics factory. Here's Carol. These Andrew Greenstein, who's on the scene with the latest The fire at the Poly America Plastics Factory is contained and the Grand Prairie Fire Department now says it should be complete. Lately, out by tonight. That's earlier than the original estimate of sometime tomorrow. One. Lingering concern, however, is the fate of a pair of nearby electrical towers. Earlier officials had said it would be just a matter of time before they collapsed under the intense heat Now, as of right now, they are still up Carry done with Encore says crews are monitoring the situation. We have our engineering construction teams on site, and we're gonna be working with first responders on making sure we can assess any Potential further impact. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality says it is not detected any health concerns from the toxic smoke in Grand Prairie. Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Karol, the Poly America recycles Plastic Grand Prix City Councilman Greg Gassner thinks Yeah, that's probably what was burning in the fire and at any business is not going to be good. But I'm hoping that since no structures were involved that the damage to the property is going to be isolated to that area. If there is a beacon of good news, Gessner says a few jobs might be affected. The company employees over 700 workers had about 500 million in sales last year, Well moving on to Carrollton, a man there is facing a possible two year stretch in state jail after he had was indicted for threatening to publish intimate picture. Ters of his estranged wife, Carol, These LP Phillips reports that crime well, it seems like there are a lot more people doing it. 52 year old James readily is charged with threatening to publish intimate pictures of his estranged wife as a form of blackmail if she did not get back together with him. It's a state jail felony, Jolene DeVito of Carrollton police says with cell phone cameras, social media and the ability to share online. This is a crime that's increasing fast, hear about these things all the time. In this case, it was an estranged husband, who did not want to lose his estranged wife. And ultimately decided the best way to go about that was to threaten her with disclosing these intimate pictures, he says. Illegal sharing of intimate pictures is growing especially fast with younger adults LP Phillips News Radio 10 80 Karel de, They're pulling out the big O. CBS News update. Kamala Harris is about to officially become the Democrats vice presidential nominee shall formally accept the nomination is Joe Biden's running mate and then speak to delegates, viewers listeners, CBS's Alison Keys. Harris will make the case for electing Biden and she will be showing why he's uniquely the leader for this moment and drawing a clear contrast with the failed leadership of Donald Trump. The daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants will set out a vision for a more inclusive nation. Barack Obama also speaks in prime time tonight. We all know.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Issue in Grand Prairie Care all these Andrew Greenstein joins us live now near the Poly America Plastics facility, Andrew Yes, Jon. Scores of firefighters remain here at the scene of a massive fire at the Poly America Plastics Factory here in Grand Prairie. Now the fire has been burning burning as you mentioned Johnson shortly after midnight. It's expected to continue burning for several more hours likely into tomorrow. Now looking out at the scene, I'm not seeing any smoke right now. It's up some points. But as recently as about a half hour ago, there was thick black smoke emanating through at the top of the building. But right now there is no smoke billowing from the building. But that doesn't mean there aren't things like hot spots inside the building, so it's still a very dangerous situation and carry done with encore says. Not only is the dangerous it's also very toxic area you want, make sure that they say things that are that are fighters. No. Adding to the danger are a pair of electrical towers, which officials say their collapse is imminent. Now, as a result of this great Southwest Parkway is closed between Marshall and Timberlake Drive, you can take Timberlake Drive. To get around the closure. And within that closure, there are only a couple of businesses that are inaccessible. Reporting live in Grand Prairie. Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80. Karol Do Andrew. Thank you so much. Governor. Abbott says the state is monitoring the fire there, working closely with local officials.

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Videos. I had to get out of here I am looking at it like this people was and anything can happen, But it's just individual being around you guys. You know you want everybody else to see it is the Grand Prix Fire says a power line appears to have fallen on some plastic sheeting at the Poly America Plastics Factory. Nobody was hurt, but crews from Grand Prairie Irving Dallas, Cedar Hill in V F W Airport, the royalty out here helping. They also got Bush Turnpike closed. Marshall. They're worried the fire is damaged. Towers for high tension power lines they could collapse onto the highway. They've also cut power to some areas re rather than others. A railcar is also exploded and Grand Prairie Fire says Some of the plastic sheeting at the factory may keep burning into tomorrow Live in Grand Prairie. Alan Skyla NEWS radio 10 80 K will be thanks Alan Collin County Judge is blasting the state's system for reporting Corona virus cases, calling it useless. Here's Carol These Bailey Friday as the state continues working to fix coding errors in the system used to report Coben 19 cases. Some issues are still messing with the accuracy of the numbers. New case numbers had been dropping. But on Sunday, Dallas County reported a spike due to a backlog reported from the state. A similar spike was reported in Collin County. The Collin County commissioner's court spoke on the issue during yesterday's meeting. They definitely had some technology issues and moving lab reports into their system to distribute out The county's county Judge, Chris Hill, says he has no confidence and the number is currently being reported by the state. So much so that an inaccuracy warning has been issued on the county's Coben 19 Dashboard Governor Greg Abbott says the backlog is the result of hundreds of thousands of tests not being logged into the state system. He says officials are working continuously to improve the system and its accuracy. Daily Friday. News radio 10 80 LD. Then you see this when you look at the latest numbers Dallas County yesterday, for instance, 237 new Corona virus cases. But more than twice that number were backlogged from June and July. They were also reported 550 that didn't make it on. Originally. Tarrant County, meanwhile, 229 new cases but 231 backlogged cases were also added in by the way 10 additional deaths in Dallas County due to the Corona virus and three Maurin Tarrant County Help is on the way for cash strapped small businesses in Denton County who are suffering because of the pandemic. County Judge Andy EADS says it's a much needed economic boost. This is helping. Not only 1385 didn't county businesses, but if you add up the employees and those 1300 businesses, it's 10,401 employee. They're going to be supported. The grants total around $32 million and we'll go to businesses that employ under 100. People. Police the funding Governor Abbott had a thing or two to say about that yesterday in Fort Worth. And now that issue is on the front burner today at a meeting of the fourth word City Council, Charlie's Andrew Greenstein, with the story in cooperation with the city manager's office for Worth Police chief Ed Kraus is asking for more than $86 million for the voter approved Crime Control and Prevention district. That money would be used for, among other things, funding the cadet program and the gang unit. Councilwoman Gina Bivens urged Chief Cross to hire more minorities. We do need more officers of color, especially when you have communities of color when the strike is taking place. Chief Cross responded by saying that they actually had a high percentage of minority candidates in the last application period. What we found is that between the time they applied took the test went through the background check and got in the academy, or we called them to get in. They bowed out of the process. In the end, the council voted unanimously to delay.

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Dallas - Fire Rages At North Texas Plastics Manufacturing Plant

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:23 min | 3 months ago

Dallas - Fire Rages At North Texas Plastics Manufacturing Plant

"Our top stories. His fire in Grand prayer has been burning. Through most of the night and all morning long, big fire in a plastics warehouse could continue to burn through tomorrow We're being told now Carly's Allen's Kaya joins us live from the scene in Grand Prairie with the latest talent. Like this fire started right around midnight. And even now they're pouring steady streams of water on the flames. Smoke billowing from this plastics plant. You can see the smoke from miles around into the city of Arlington, too. People who live in the neighborhood just north of this plant have been coming out to a park nearby to take pictures and videos. I had to get out of here I am looking at it like this people was and anything can happen, But it's just individual being around you guys. You know you want everybody else to see it is the Grand Prix Fire says a power line appears to have fallen on some plastic sheeting at the Poly America Plastics Factory. Nobody was hurt, but crews from Grand Prairie Irving Dallas, Cedar Hill in V F W Airport, the royalty out here helping. They also got Bush Turnpike closed. Marshall. They're worried the fire is damaged. Towers for high tension power lines they could collapse onto the highway. They've also cut power to some areas re rather than others. A railcar is also exploded and Grand Prairie Fire says Some of the plastic sheeting at the factory may keep burning into tomorrow Live in Grand Prairie. Alan Skyla NEWS radio 10 80 K will be

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"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"poly america plastics factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Set to address the convention. He's expected to talk about his eight years of partnership with Biden and also to push for Americans to vote this fall. And, of course, here in this building behind us in Wilmington, Delaware, will also here tonight from the vice presidential nominee. Kamala Harris. President Trump criticized the nominee when he spoke to supporters in the border town of Human Arizona by his campaign has turned into a cult for open border and others. Ellas. Who do you trust for facts on the pandemic? Correspondent Candy McCormick. I knew survey that finds you can't trust Facebook. This report from an advocacy group says networks have been spreading health misinformation since the early days of the pandemic. It was the worst in April when top spreaders were able to reach Nearly 500 million viewers in a month. Notre Dame among several more colleges in university, sending students home to learn because of covert outbreaks. Learning from home is stretching budgets for moms and dads with younger kids. CBS's Maria Garcia, about a quarter of parents say they've gone into debt since the pandemic to pay for their kids at home school expenses. It has been especially challenging when it comes to higher grocery bills because parents now have to provide breakfast and lunch is which would normally be provided at school, and the survey from Karma also says more than half of the parents pulled expect to spend significantly more on school supplies this year as well. Dozens of wildfires are burning across California. Extreme heat is adding to the misery. Flames forced Amy Cook from her home in Sacramento. It's devastating illness everything way don't have anything. Now Governor Newsome has declared a state of emergency bad enough lottery winners have to worry about long lost relatives coming out of the woodwork with hands outstretched. Federal prosecutors in New York have charged attorney Jason Kurland with stealing more than $80 million from winners after promising to secure their wealth and protect them from scam artists. S and P futures are up for Dow Futures ahead. 45. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Huge fire Still burning this morning in Grand Prairie. Good morning. 703. We've got 71 degrees in K R l D. It's a nice morning out there. Mike Rogers here with Susie. So lease a K A. R l the Wednesday morning news continues. Scott has the morning off. It is our top story in Granbury crews from several cities now. Are battling a massive fire at a plastics plant. Heavy smoke from the fire could be seen for Miles Charlie's Allen's Kaya is on the scene. He joins us live from brand query right now, with the very latest, Alan Like this fire started about midnight. The Poly America Plastics factory people in this neighborhood. They've just north of the factory near Bush, Turnpike and Marshall. People have been coming out to watch this morning. They're taking pictures. They're taking videos from the park just north of the factory. But one man here, he says he walked up closer to the thought to the fire before crews tell them to evacuate a few hours ago..

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