16 Burst results for "Regional Mobility"

"regional mobility" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:34 min | 6 months ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"After being locked down for two months, Shanghai takes its biggest steps towards reopening by Bloomberg. Shanghai will let people in areas deemed low risk for COVID-19, move around the city freely and resume road and public transportation from Wednesday in a major step forward in its efforts to dismantle a bruising two month lockdown, taxi and ride hailing services as well as private cars will be allowed onto roads and low risk areas, while bus subway and ferry services will also resume the municipal government said in a statement on Monday. Millions of people will also be able to leave their housing compounds and neighborhoods freely, without the limited time passes, or activity restrictions previously in place, although restaurants dining in is still banned. The easing comes as China's worst outbreak since the pathogen first emerged in Wuhan, Wayne's, with just 31 COVID cases, all in government run isolation centers reported in Shanghai for Monday. The sweeping moves, which will apply to around 22 and a half million of the cities 25 million population lays the groundwork for a fuller return to normalcy, even as China remains committed to a COVID policy that employs harsh restrictions whenever infections flare. Shanghai residents reacted to the news with cheers and songs from their apartments with some setting off fireworks from their balconies to celebrate. Social media platforms, including WeChat, were flooded with messages and comments about the easing, with people discussing where and when they would meet for drinks or meals. Still, the city remains far from normal. There's no plan yet for venues like gems, cinemas, and karaoke parlors to reopen, and most students are still at home with only selected grades allowed to return to schools. Many factories and businesses are operating in an onerous closed loop system in which workers must live on site or in nearby accommodations to limit infection risk. Shanghai residents must also submit to PCR testing every two or three days as they move about the city, and a strategy of early detection that the financial center hopes will keep future outbreaks at bay. Nationwide, China reported fewer than 100 infections for Monday, the first time since March 2nd, that the country has managed to suppress cases to such a low level. Beijing is now seeing a declining caseload with 18 new COVID infections reported for Monday. The capital, which avoided a full lockdown has started easing some curbs on movement and resumed some public transport, yet the threat of a reversion to curbs remains, as long as China persists with its COVID zero approach. Policymakers at the national level and in Shanghai have unveiled various tax breaks and stimulus measures, but have not addressed the fundamental uncertainty around the reoccurrence of lockdowns that underpins anxiety over the world's second largest economies prospects. Beyond Shanghai, restrictions on inter regional mobility main that supply chain snarls will not disappear overnight, wrote Bloomberg economics chief Asia economist Chang Shu in a Tuesday note, a retreat and virus infections allowed Shanghai to begin reopening, but with China's COVID zero stance, still firmly in place. The risk of new restrictions to fight fresh flare ups hangs over the economy..

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"regional mobility" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Welcome back to vast casino stocks under pressure again. Today as china continues to tighten its grip on the gambling sector. Let's get to contest the brew with all the details. Contessa gaming insiders willis are wondering if it's all bark and no bite attention getting suggestions but no detailed plans about increased government oversight of casinos another crackdown on the vip junket business. More scrutiny of how much money comes in and how much of it actually leaves but the reaction was stark. You saw it there. Milk oh and wynn resorts chairs really took it on the chin. Las vegas sands recovered some of its losses today. Mgm does not rely as heavily on macau revenues as the rest and look. I got a bunch of very polite. No thank you when. I ask casino for comment today. Why they just don't want to say anything. That could jeopardize their concession renewal. That's scheduled to happen next. June while investors may be spooked at the idea of increased government oversight there. These concessions are in reality government partnerships. They are not just licenses. So any increased scrutiny on the vip junkets may not really have the impact at once. Did we have seen premium mass becoming the prophet driver there. Even pre pandemic a mandate for casinos to invest in non gaming areas. Well that's not really problematic because they voluntary voluntarily invested in big infrastructure education and other projects and they have been paying employees through the pandemic so some of these things are to be expected. Some of it. We just have to wait and get the details. But in the meantime i just got a note from morningstar and it looks like they're going to lower their estimates win and las vegas sands because of the volatility in the pressure. Is there any thought contest that it is a possibility that the concessions end for certain players. No i mean the the reality of this as they have invested so much money that i've talked to the ceos over the years. They never wanted to come out. And say that publicly. But the but internally i think they do everything they can't make the regulators happy to make the government happy so that it's not an issue but jim earn the former ceo and chairman of mgm resorts. Who spent a lot of time in macau told me years ago look it would cause a chilling effect on the rest of western investment if china and macau or macao via china came in crackdown on the western casinos and took away their concessions. It just would cause everyone to question whether they can safely invest in china right. Contests the thank. You contessa brewer. Maybe believe that it's off the table. Tim but because of what we've seen out of china isn't off the table. I mean really well if you think about some of the strategic risks in some of the places where the casinos could fit and relative to the other things we've seen are anti monopoly or cyber or like i just don't think you have the same kind of exposure there I also think that in the past we've seen around capital flows and regulatory tightening especially when having big currency outflow issues we've seen the regulators You know be noisy around macau. So this isn't new. And i i wanna believe and i put position on today and the options in las vegas ends. I look at their business for their singapore business in marina bay sands. I think is very strong and really is not really tied to china. Regulatory it's all tied to regional mobility and travel mobility member. We started to see travel. Tighten up in july just when things were actually looking pretty strong there and the prices in the stocks reflect so I think investors who are looking at longer term have a horizon here where these companies are coming back and that actually a handful of these companies are well positioned not just in asia. But in in las vegas sands i think they're well positioned in digital and that was part of my point last night so i i think it's interesting i mean mgm. China was down twenty six percent. That is a rerating in a single day. Practically grosso right but when you look at. Mgm year to date. It's up twenty. Eight percent wayne is down. Twenty three percent. Las vegas down thirty six percent so the mgm has the reverse revenue leverage that we see the other names have to tim's point though in a normalized revenue environment. Singapore is is is an area. That lvs has that. No one else has and that is a one point. Three billion dollar revenue generator in a normalized world. So one day. You're going to be right into tim's point if he's playing it through options. This is the area where las vegas a month ago jumped. Twenty five percent basically overnight. Is it going to happen again. I think it will but the problem is it's been on a declining trend line for the last couple of months. And it's almost uninvested if tim's investing through options that's a hell of a lot safer than owning the equity because right now you're getting obliterated with the equity and you're hoping for these twenty four percent pops overnight but you're down sixty percent on your original position and you can't make money that way and i know people start trading with their head then it becomes trade with your heart but right now there's too many unknowns that china us relations are not getting any better china to china. Relations are not getting any better so this is an area where i'm just gonna watch the game play out china karen. What's your take long. Mgm which has been somewhat caught up in this not nearly as bad as the others they do have some exposure. But i think it's less than about twenty percent so a bunch of different reasons. I think that. I don't wanna be in gaming in china because the unimaginable however small that chance is and i don't know how small it is or isn't it's not zero right. Nothing is zero percent. So i wouldn't be comfortable owning it stick with mgm. I also wonder. Could it possibly be the beneficiary of people who want to make a gaming play. You wanna make it in a us based company returned to gaming and and you know the the recovery and reopened and all of that could mgm. Now be the way to play it without getting a different vet and a bunch bigger bed and a much you know. Eight more asymmetric bet of china. I don't know but i'm hanging out. We've got.

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"regional mobility" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Didn't just say grip would remove traffic signals to allow free flow east to west and eliminate pedestrians from crossing. the highway. seems as though we have some dueling goals. There doesn't it. Program will also provide better travelling conditions. again to pedestrian bikers by creating safer crossings. There are retail centers businesses and schools along highway making this a fairly crucial upgrade. Buck said to buddha judge in the ladder. Thank you in advance for your full. And fair consideration of the city of greeley's grant application under the raise program for grip as it is important in enhancing regional mobility and supporting the economic vitality of the front range and northern colorado colorado. So we'll keep you updated on the progress as you have representative ten bucks. Supporting the city's funding efforts from depart the department of transportation for this greeley regional interchange project. Just fix the road out some good news as announces a return to one hundred percent capacity for its athletic events. Piece by bobby. Fernandez out of the greeley trib. This just came down yesterday. As the university of northern colorado announced just yesterday that it will have one hundred percent capacity for athletic events starting with the new athletic year in august so with the lifting of previous covid nineteen restrictions. Bears fans may return to nottingham field bank of colorado rena jackson field jackson stadium. And gloria rodriguez field. Unc athletic director. Dan dunne said in a release where it cited to welcome back our fans for the upcoming season's fans play a key component to a great game atmosphere that we missed all last season. I wonder how those olympics are going to play out this year with no fans in the stands back to.

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"regional mobility" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on KOMO

"Minutes of nonstop news on coma. 306 A major covid 19 milestone for the city of Seattle, which says it is the first in the U. S to fully vaccinate at least 70% of its residents who are at least 12 years old. Mayor Jenny Durkin says the city has surpassed San Francisco, which had been leading the country and vaccinations as well as the state of Vermont, which is leading all states and vaccination rate. The city says it has administered about 250,000 vaccinations to more than 130,000 people. As excitement builds for the likely June 30th lifting of statewide covid restrictions, health officials warned. Don't throw away your mask just yet. Almost Corwin Headache explains why, For one thing, your workplace may still require you to mask up. Brian Hate with the state Department of Labor and Industry says employers must verify workers are fully vaccinated before their masks can come off because they still have an overriding responsibility to make sure that they have a safe workplace for everyone and state health secretary you, Mayor Shaw says. Even when Washington reaches 70% vaccination among those 16 and up the mask orders will Will be in place after June 30th because bars, restaurants and theaters will still require masks. In most cases. Inevitably, there will be gray areas, Sean says. In some situations mask wearing will for a while remain custom, not mandate. In those cases. He advises Respect the rules of the room and wear the mask. Corwin Hike KOMO news. Is the state's vaccine lottery, inspiring more people to get their first shot in terms of actual vaccine doses, Uh, delivered. It's a little too early to tell Deputy State Health Secretary Lacey Ferenbach says there are encouraging signs, including an increase over last week and calls to the state hotline for vaccine appointments. She says the state will have a better idea a week from now. If the shot of a lifetime campaign is really driving up vaccination rates, it might soon be easier to get to the port of Tacoma, especially for those who rely on buses to get around Cuomo's bill O Neal explains. The state of Washington has earmarked more than a half million dollars in regional mobility grants for piers transit to put on demand service in place. That money should be available later this summer and a second such two year grant could come in 2023 Piers Transit is still working through the details, but tells the Tacoma News Tribune the plan would use vans instead of buses and looks similar to uber and lift. Colonial Co. Mo news. After being closed nearly 15 months, the Pierce County library system has reopened three branches this week. Seattle Libraries also reopened several branches for in person check out, but it's a slow return to normal. Cuomo's Carlene Johnson reports. Pierce County Library System has reopened the gram and Stilic, Um, libraries as well as the Milton Edgewood Library today. People can use the computers, printers and WiFi. The steady rooms and conference rooms remain closed. For now. Same restrictions in Seattle, where a half dozen libraries have reopened director of Communications for Seattle public libraries Laura Gentry, having folks come in just recently to our branches For the first time in over a year. We're seeing things like, you know, tears of joy and Just expressions of gratitude. It's been a really emotional experience over stop damp agents. What are the challenges? Gentry tells KOMO staffing with layoffs that were forced on them by the pandemic and budget cuts there slowly rehiring now, with covid relief funding, With a few more libraries scheduled to reopen next week, most of King counties 50 branches have reopened, but again hours are limited as well as capacity. Carlene Johnson Co. Mo. News There was something unusual about the driver who crashed a truck into the front of a Grocery store in Kennewick. He's blind. We have the story from GMOs Greg Herschel, police say 62 year old Christian Serc had been in the parking lot of the Safeway store overnight, but they're not sure why he got behind the wheel of the truck and tried to drive it. He crashed into the cart stalled just before eight o'clock yesterday. There's minor damage to the front of the store and to the truck. Police also say, Sir, she had a knife, but he put it away when officers asked him to do so he could face a charge of driving with a suspended license. No one was hurt Greg, her salt KOMO news. And still ahead. A lost dog finds a new calling. I'm Brian Calvert with the tail that starts with a car and ends with Okay. First, though we check sports. The Mariners have a tough time taming the Tigers. Here's Bill Swartz at the Beacon Plumbing Sports Desk. Detroit's pitching just too much for Seattle's batters in four straight losses, including last night's 53 Mariners setback at Comerica Park. One EMS batter has figured it out. Though the past few weeks, their leadoff guy, JP Crawford, he's playing great. Uh, this is about a good run. As we've seen. JP Crawford certainly have to play a ton of confidence, great to see and young players when they start. Feeling every it that's going to be super competitive. Seattle manager Scott Service looking for a better start from right hander Chris Flexion in Game two against the Motown Bengals this evening. It's Hump night. Minor league baseball at Everett's Funk. Oh, feel the Aqua Socks play Eugene seven to Seattle Storm Take their Basketball Act on the road the next five games beginning tonight with the dream in Atlanta in the Stanley Cup hockey playoffs. New York aisles try to close out Boston on the home ice..

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"regional mobility" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on KOMO

"Pacific Northwest care about the environment and climate change. So to hear this new report on carbon emissions feels discouraging and worrisome. It's not too late to act and try to address it people we talked to say they hope this new report on carbon levels from Noah is a wake up call for others, saying more people need to take climate change seriously and make changes in their lives to help the environment. We can Change something we can do something for the planet and make it better Virtual hearing with the U. S. House of Representatives Committee, Bill Nye stressed the dangers of climate change and even its implications for homeland security. This is only going to get worse. We've got to stop putting greenhouse gases in the air, and we've got to come up with new ways. To provide electricity that's renewable, even with more people getting behind the wheel. Now, new numbers from the company Inrix show that traffic volumes in May for King Pierce and Snohomish counties are down about 10% from 2019 climate. Scientists say these localized in temporary drops in driving and flying throughout the pandemic. Are not enough to make a big dent in carbon emissions. Instead, Dr Jason Vogel with the University of Washington's Climate Impacts, Group, says it will take a long term efforts from individuals and entire countries to make a difference. And until we kind of come to terms with those choices and the harm that's being done, we're just going to keep making the same choices and not even think about it. Washington State climatologist Dr Nick Bon emphasizes that investing in renewable energy is an essential piece of the puzzle. We simply have to Burn less in the way of fossil fuels and find out a way that we can have the standard of living that we want to have reporting at Green Lake in Seattle. I'm meteorologist, Abby A Cockney Come on is it may soon be easier to get to the port of Tacoma, especially for those of us who rely on buses. The state of Washington is earmarked more than a half million dollars in regional mobility grants for appears transit to put on demand service in place. That money should be available later this summer and a second such two year grant could come in 2023 Piers Transit is still working through the details, but tells the Tacoma News Tribune the plan would use vans instead of buses and looks similar to uber and lift. Colonial Co. Mo News. Starbucks once again allowing customers to bring their own reusable mugs chain using customers to rather urging customers to bring their own cups to avoid waste. They did that quite a lot, but haven't because of the pandemic, but they plan to restart that practice June 22nd. ABC News is next..

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"regional mobility" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on WGN Radio

"50% of Chicago. Adults have now been vaccinated, so some important steps were announced. In reopening this city bars and restaurants can now open indoor dining to 50% or 100 people, whichever is fewer. And starting May 7th. The Bulls and Blackhawks can open the United Center to 25% capacity now looks like the Blackhawks only will have to home games during that period. Still, it's a start, The city launched the open Chicago initiative today. Dr Allison are witty of the Chicago's Department of Public Health, says the best way to continue returning the city to normal is by encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. All excited to get back to the Chicago we know in love the quickest, easiest way to get there is talk to everybody you know and say, Have you gotten that vaccine yet? And if not let me help you big part of Rio, putting bars and restaurants is getting the staff vaccinated and starting May 3rd Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is deeming Monday's restaurant vaccination days gearing towards vaccinated people in the Food Service industry. President of the Illinois Restaurant Association Sam Toy estimates that 20% of Illinois restaurants have closed down due to the pandemic, the first industry to be shut down and probably will be wanted a last industry to truly re open and recover. Vaccinations are absolutely crucial. Tell Dr our covert numbers back down and turn get our guest back in restaurants. We need to get diners back and seats once again That 50% indoor capacity is for Chicago. The new eye for 90 tollway is under construction. Now it'll link I 90 with the new route 3 90 tollway in the Tri State tollway and for the first time Actually create that Western access route into O'Hare Airport. The Illinois hallway says the new link will improve local and regional mobility, spur economic development and create jobs. Eight District Illinois congressman Russia. Krishnamoorthi visited the construction site today and says the new tollway will have another important benefit. It's gonna be it's gonna be saving 10 hours.

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"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Radio K O b. J I'm Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you by associated supply. Company incorporated Sub freezing temperatures and precipitation have combined to leave central Texas covered under a big blanket of snow. Six inches have fallen in some spots. The wind chill out there this morning feels like below zero. The storm is moving out now, but all that snow will not be thawing out or even going away anytime soon. Officials say. This event is like more snow on the ground than at any point and more than 70 years. The meteorologist do expect today to be the worst for the storm here in central Texas. AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Samuel says the winter storm will bring the area temperatures to record lows. Any forecast more cold spells are coming later this week to extend the freeze that will bring likely another witchery next of some ice as we head through Wednesday and Wednesday night, and that should be it after that store most through should be milder temperatures and will be above freezing later in the week, he says. Hopefully, Austin can expect highs in the fifties. Around the weekend. John Cooley News radio K O. B. J, both Austin's mayor, and the Travis County judge declared a local state of emergency as the winter storm continues on local leaders are echoing public safety officials request for you to stay off the road unless absolutely necessary. Governor Greg Abbott is adding to that, saying some people still try to drive on the slick roads and he says that could produce deadly consequences. Won't you lose control of your physical and ice? It could lead to exactly what we saw happen in Fort Worth, Texas, local leaders say staying off the roads were also ease the burden on first responders. Speaking of the roadways, the central Texas Regional Mobility Authority has closed all of its toll roads until further notice, because the heavy ice and snow that's accumulated the closures include 1 83 A from south of San Gabriel.

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"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You can do. Governor Rabbit says. If people lose control their vehicles, it could lead to another deadly multi car crash like the one in Fort Worth. The local state disaster runs through the rest of the week. John Cooley News radio K O B. J Boston Mayor Steve Abbott continues to watch the situation unfold outside. He says he knows the ongoing power outages over the past few days have been tough. But Austin Energy has been trying to attend to the issues as best as possible tree limbs. Getting I scary having breaking falling online's. Even when we fix the line, a nearby tree could repeat the process all over again. Now that says the city's also been doing all they can to provide shelter to the homeless at night and give them places to stay during the day. On that note. The city of Austin appears to have a big problem on its hands related to the recent multimillion dollar purchase of the Candlewood Suites Hotel, which will be used for homeless housing. The property has apparently flooded due to issues related to the cold water. All people who have been staying there been transported to the Fairfield Inn, which is said to now be a capacity and unavailable to anyone else for 7 to 10 days in the city is looking at other options, including areas around the U. T campus. Even contracting with another hotel. Austin. Travis County M S has been kept very, very busy saying they've got more than 600 calls with more than 30 injuries, 40 plus ice related falls and of course, many of the people who slipped and fell on the ice ended up with broken bones and some even with head injuries. State is warning to be careful of carbon monoxide issues over the next few days. Nim Kidd is the chief of the Texas Division of Emergency Management. And he says carbon monoxide is no joke. Every time we have power losses, we lose people to carbon monoxide poisoning. It's a silent killer. Please help us. Get the message out. Do not burn gas burning appliances inside your home. If you're going to use some sort of heater outside, make sure that it's away from windows that maybe open, drawn that carbon monoxide and also remind you to bring in your pets protection pipes and makes you check on your neighbors. Have you have a chance? If you're among those who absolutely must be out on the roadways today, keep in mind that the central Texas Regional Mobility authorities closed out toll roads, including 1 83 8 to 90 e 1 83 South 71 80 45, southwest of Gopac Express. Although the main lanes that do run parallel Damo pack will remain open, at least for now. SETI Army says the closures will remain in place until further notice. As of eight o'clock last night, capital Metro suspended its service across the area because of the treacherous road conditions for both the day and tomorrow. Get Metro on Lee provide transport between 7 A.m. at 8 P.m., However, not all services or even rounds will be offered. That includes the Metro Rail, which will not be in Operation fare collection will be suspended through tomorrow. And the University of Texas campus will remain closed there Wednesday morning to allow for things to thaw out a bit. And as the campus remains closed, officials say, all classes have been canceled. And that includes all of those that have been conducted virtually and to the bottom line for today really is a lot of cold weather. Snow will stay on the ground through today and through tomorrow the temperatures are not gonna be climbing out of the freezing range. You'll definitely want to do your best to just stay home if it all possible today. Driving on the roads certainly is no joke at the moment. If you do have to go outside for any reason today do bundle up layer up. If it all possible it is 10 degrees out there right now. I'm Patrick Osborne. You could get Austin News on demand that news radio k l b j dot com Saturday. Instead, you want cash. You want to get stuff done. So what do you do? You buy five hour energy. Of course, you upload the receipt to 5. 80 win dot com. Then find out if you instantly 1, 10, 100 or even $1000. Then you drink that five hour energy and cut through your to do list like a hot knife through butter Five hour energy, The official sponsor of getting stuff done. No purchase necessary Must be 18 and a legal resident of the U. S. Ends June 30th 2021 For rules visit 5 80 win dot com slash rules void where prohibited message into Rates may apply. I like.

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"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"regional mobility" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I would say you created this problem. You're no better close to Alan Graham. Alan Graham wasn't spending taxpayer's money. It's warm in here. And you should. He's not spending $9.5 million either. You know, I would say now 16 million and I don't know where. Almost feels like in the city has an underlying plan. We just don't know what man it is. So do you have a contract? The city would you consider a lawsuit? Yes, By all Means s o. You absolute all means, Yeah. You think you're gonna stop here? Okay, so you're not going to stop here? You are looking at opportunities to pursue a lawsuit. Absolutely. And that's what the message today is that every single person who's listening today is Please support this cause Because it's happening to us. It will happen to you also, it will happen to your neighborhood. Also, what do you want the city Council to do now? City Council to come speak, come to the table and really make us understand how kind Some agreement say I'm not opposed to form in support of houses if it continues like this, where they really genuinely want to help. The people. He had won a full ride the caseworkers they're going to provide and they're going to provide, But I want them to come come to the table and explained how secured and health faces will be there. I want them to build a fence. I want them to change the address. I want them to come speak to the residence, how their kids are going to be safe in the location. These are some conversations that need to happen. They have completely failed, just buying a prominent supporter of housing, and I don't want that to change for this. So if you look at former in support of houses, it's fine. It's not a shelter. They do not allow people to hang out. They do not. But we lived. My biggest concern is, Will it stay its purpose? Is what I'm questioning because today was going to stop the city from changing its purpose out. They didn't stop today. They will not stop tomorrow, either. Good report to Dario. Thank you so much for calling in this morning that we really do appreciate you connecting with this bill for her in contact with us. Thank you very much for her. Yeah. Thought considering a lawsuit? Yeah. You know, I hope she goes sorry. She has to consider it but She doesn't well, she would be suing you. Well, you know what? I understand that? Yeah. And my my hands are tied. Yeah, I got you. I understand. It's quite a predicament. 51283605 90 toll free 8775905525 thought I was just thinking about years ago. Next to my neighborhood, a big Office building was being proposed. Being built and with with me in our neighborhood would be in the shadow of that, literally in and figuratively in this big office building and everybody in the neighborhood. We have a very small neighborhood was concerned about it had a lot of questions and complaints. And but but The difference is The developer worked very, very closely. Communication was was 100% with with all the residents in my little neighborhood, That's how you get everybody on board and and now, e don't know For what reasons I'm sure their financial but it hasn't happened. It never happened and that those meetings were 12 years ago now Don't don't know if it's still being planned or not, but I sure appreciate what he did as far as keeping us abreast of everything sure, and that's how you do it. Hey, check this out. US Children will start getting vaccinated this spring. That is if Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci has his way. You know, the director for the National Institute of Allergy Infectious Disease says, you know, he shots could be offered two kids between the ages of 12 and 17 at the beginning. And he's hoping that they'll be able to have the data to support initiating the covered 19 immunization of Children. By late spring into the summer, we will progress to the younger groups as we have more data. This will help reduce the virus transmission, he says. So they're Ugo. I think you're gonna have a bigger problem of parents getting their kids vaccinated. Yeah. And add. Will this be required to go back to school? Right. We know it's going to be required for potentially for a lot of travel getting on ships, planes. They won't want that done in the future and already gotta have mass. So how would think it would be required for your kid to go to public school right? Well could be right. I mean, the CDC says it's time to bring the kids back and the teachers don't need to be vaccinated to do that. They say that's what the CDC says. We got more straight ahead. Right here on news Radio K. L. B. J Todd and Gun show. The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is nearing completion of 1 83 South Project, transforming an eight mile stretch of us 23 between us 2 90 Estates 71 in East Austin, The New expressway features three told in three non told lanes in each direction. The second final phase of the project between Techniques center drive an essay 71 will be open and faces over the coming weeks. The project includes $25 Million worth of bicycle and pedestrian improvements included shared she shared Use pants is well sidewalks and bike lanes, The 1 83 told North Bound, and that's a 71 and 2 90 is now open. Now you just got to get out there, folks and use it. Everybody tied. Hello. Hello. Mrs counts. It's the back Left tire of your RV calling wanted to give you a heads up that I'm gonna blow out on the highway later today. Wait, what it says here, I'm gonna burst in the middle of rush hour. Well, can we reschedule? Sorry our policy states that once were scheduled at birth. We.

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08:55 min | 1 year ago

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"In the course of this week on done, the FDA able take a few weeks in the course of February to review Hopefully, we'll get to the emergency use authorization early March in that time frame. There you go. That's the doctor there from Johnson and Johnson and S O. You got multiple versions of this vaccine, and I think that also scares people too. Because it typically takes generations years to get a really good vaccine. Right? Right. And all of a sudden we have three That kind of were developed overnight, almost in terms of getting vaccines on and that's the reason why some people do have hesitating. I got it. But the fact is, it's amazing what science can do when there's a clear goal. And and there's almost a deadline put out in front of you. When there is a real initiative to do it versus curing cancer, which is seems like yeah, you know, we're just kind of doing this. That's the other thing that pisses people off to. It pisses people off about the pharmaceutical companies. They probably could solve some problems. But there's no money in solving problems, right? And in the pharmaceutical world s so therefore that's another reason. Yeah, that makes people not trust him. Yeah, Yeah, right there. A lot of ways you can go Google, Google Fizer and fines for a minute. Lady marketing on how successful the drugs have been in the past. They get the biggest fines for manipulating their marketing than any other company out there. So those are the reasons why people are so hesitant you yourself more hesitant to get a flu shot up until a couple of years ago, but just another reason. Why people are so hesitant over these. I got you. I got you. I wish everybody would get it. But you know it's your life. And if that's if that's what the powers that be want, then maybe they need to start reassuring The American people a little bit better well again. I'm not skeptic. I'm not skeptical because this thing was developed so fast. It's just it's incredible. What science can do when they have a real initiative, a real goal and in the end, they get to it. And hopefully this is something we'll see a lot more going forward. As far as realizing what can be done more quickly and save more lives assed far as other illnesses out there, that maybe maybe they're gonna look it back. It's a boy we could have. We could have really made a bigger difference as far as other diseases. Listen, Senate leaders they have come to an agreement over sharing power in a 50 50 chamber today, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the top priority for the Democrat chairs Climate change. I've already instructed the incoming democratic chairs of all relevant committees. Begin holding hearings on the climate crisis in preparation. Or an acting President Biden's build back better agenda, which includes major climate legislation. Senator Schumer has been calling for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to a dear to the 2001 agreement that was brokered by senators Tom Daschle and Trent Lott back then, But there you go it you know, they've been talking about this for years being the you know their main focus. And now they got a chance to do it. This morning we heard from the Dickerson's there from Frankston, Texas. Yeah, they both lost their jobs. David and Kristina Dickerson lost their jobs at the Keystone Pipeline. I feel pretty betrayed by I mean, we put counted on this 10 minutes for the last eight months. Like I said, we've been off that long. We knew we were gonna have a job to go to or we thought we were going to have a job to get it, too. Aside with depleted our savings pretty much and We're just looking for the next air man. Well, and I don't know the answers they declined to have. They're not gonna touch and save us from all saying, we're saving industry. We're saving the environment and taking care of that, But Everybody needs to realize it's a It's a good thought. But it's not a well thought out plan. They haven't I haven't got it Perfect and I were still dependent on fossil fuel. We're gonna use this crude all no matter what. We're gonna buy it still coming in here from Canada. It's gonna be shipped by rail while these people are protests in the pipelines. There's a train driving. Probably think the same town there in or live in this ship in the old South right now, that's exactly and patting each other on the back for it. But they're not doing anything but making their world a little less safe. We need to quit villainizing each other in each other's industries, or we're not gonna get anywhere. She's absolutely right about that. But on Yeah, you're not. You're not winning, huh? You know, hearts and minds by ridiculing an entire industry in the people that work there. No in this, this this statement from Biden in the administration as far as just go get another job in the green industry that is not realistic at all, And and and, you know, not necessarily available and highly Highly arrogant for them to say that insensitive. Just go get another job. So go do something else. Yeah, I hear what you said it Z the consideration for the job losses here. I don't think it's concerned to them at all. Listen, it's a very busy week in Austin City Hall. When it comes to the homeless crisis tomorrow. They're voting on a couple of measures. What would be the purchase of the Candlewood Suites there in Northwest Austin in District six? It's not too far away from another hotel on Dit name, neighboring schools, and you know other businesses and you know the neighborhood. That's right. They're the folks that live in district six. Don't want this. The wrong wrong. Wrong location Now is it rip all in northwest Austin? Good morning. How are you? I'm doing great. Good morning to you as self. Yes. Tell us your it says here on the screen. You work at the Hampton and that's near there. That's correct. We actually actually share the driving with Hanson and three sent home with Sweet Goodbye. You are the chief financial officer for that for the Hampton Sweets. That's right next door to just share your thoughts. What do you think about this whole process and everything that's happening in your neighborhood? What I'm not understanding is Please understand. I'm very empathetic. And I'm not just saying for the face off like, Oh, you know, just not in my backyard. That's not any off. Got a genuine concerns just with increase off homelessness around. We are guests, cars or vandalize someone broke into a new construction hotel. We're opening home with sweets. Just maybe in a month's time. As soon as we get a certificate of occupancy, the drywall was such out. There's just, you know, they completely vandalized the property. We cannot have enough manpower to keep these people. I mean. You know, we I'm sorry. Let me rephrase that. I didn't want to come out wrong. What I want to try and say is, you know There's a lot of issues is just not like Permanent, supportive housing, just housing them. There is not Solution to the neighborhood because there are bigger questions, but that he has failed to answer like there's a saying old they will provide the security guard at all hours. Have you looked at the fence? What happens to us properly? What happened to our guest privacy on the second and the source law? What happens to the people who want to walk to the restaurant? What happens to the kids? That want to walk on the sidewalk. They need help. You know that that they need social services. They also brought your nose the notice Miss Diana Gray, who was in charge off part of the project. She said Yes, There will be no drug testing done. There will be no medical. I mean, there won't be any background check. What happens to our security and safety is what we are asking. How did they come up with the study that this is a great location? What impact that it did. They do on the business losses and if our business lose money and revenue Who it's you know, one of make up all those losses. You know what happened to the property values for all the residents around on the safety and security and even if they're saying they're gonna provide, but the funding has come from somewhere. What happened? Like what has stopped the city from taking away that funding and say sorry, you know, we can't do this anymore. We can't pay for the security officer for the long term solution is what is my question? What if the money runs out? Yeah, That's a great question. She's given this a lot more like here, but he has. I do appreciate your call. Thank you so much. Maybe we have you on tomorrow as well because there's some good points Todd and gone Show. 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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"All right. Just don't hurt me, Tim, and flew prevail. Good morning. Good morning, guys. You're cute. You the X Files theme here. I got a theory for you. Hang on. We got one better go ahead. This where I say going on. There you go. All right. So what This is what I think the one that benefits from from what's happening right now is our enemies in particular China, and this is why I say that they know the reaction of the Wall Street types to this, but it does is it encourages the activists that face see the system's not fair. We need to scrap the system. That's what it's going to happen. You watch you watch what the media does with this. We're gonna have a what Was it The, uh surround Wall Street or whatever it is, capitalism is not fair. This proves that it's not fair. The little guy can't win. It's coming to you Watch it. Maybe you're right, man. That'd be horrible, though, but that could tell. I appreciate that. Thank you very much. It's great Call liberals are the scum of the Earth. All right. 51283605 90, Thailand Don show. At the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. Eyes nearing completion of 1 83 South Project Transforming an eight mile stretch of US won 83 between US 2 90 s H 71 in East Austin knew expressway features three told, and three non told lanes in each direction. Second final phase of the project between Techniques center drive an essay 71 will be open and faces. Over in the next coming weeks. The project includes $25 million worth of bicycle and pedaled pedestrian improvements, including shared use pads, sidewalks and bike lanes. The 1 83 told.

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Now, they say the impact of covert 19 of local film production and jobs cannot be overstated. Film L. A President Paul Oddly says with production paused for 87 days, The industry responsible and cautious is returning to work in total annual production fail to unprecedented lows. The hurdles that they're having to go through Too Poor to have any production going on are just enormous. I mean, we we we heard recently, you know. Remember that story of Tom Cruise losing it on the set with with crew members that weren't wearing mask and things like the regulations and everything, uh, and in the hoops have to jump through to get any show done. Is probably for a lot of them is just insurmountable, you know, and and it's just not worth it. So we're not going to see that until things really, really loosen up and been. You know, you could move around the set the way you want to move around the set and get the stuff you need done down the way it should be. It is 9 26 listen to Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is nearing completion of the 1 83 South Project, transforming an eight mile stretch of us won 83 between 2 90 71 in East Austin. The new expressway features three told in three non told lanes in each direction. A second final phase of the project between Techniques center drive an estate 71 will be opened in phases in the coming weeks. The project includes 25 million worth of bicycle and Pedestrian improvements, including shared use paths, sidewalks and biplanes. The one in the three told North Bound from 71. To us to 90 is now open. It's the fun progressive presents an interview with your upstairs neighbor. It's Rick from upstairs. Yeah, take it seriously when I play R and B at one in the morning, That's me saying, Hey, I'm here for you and I enjoy repetitive baselines. I only use expired batteries in my smoke detectors. Nice, right? Yeah. Upstairs. Neighbors help people forget their troubles.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"S reported 33 unprovoked shark attacks. What? There was no such thing Is that unprovoked shark attack versus someone out there going? Hey, sharp breaking mean unprovoked shark attack, like the person that got bit was Wanting it provoking it. You went in the lion Cash You went in the ocean. Well, that's about 58% of the total number of unprovoked shark attacks worldwide. And of those 33 16 of them were in Florida. Volusia County specifically had eight. The International Shark attack File said they investigated 129 total undead shark attacks in 20 2129 alleged alleged alleged seems like you would know and unprovoked. Maybe they got a leg. Maybe that's what the story is really trying to say that the leg 51283605 90 the tide and don show Hey, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority has some great news for you Right now, folks nearing completion of one of the three South project, transforming an eight mile stretch of us won 83 between us 2 90 Estate 71 in East Austin. The new expressway features three told and three non told lanes in each direction. The second final phase of the project between techniques, center drive and estates have anyone will be open and faces over the coming weeks. The project includes 25 million worth. Bicycle and pedestrian improvements, including shared use paths, sidewalks and bike lanes. The 1 83 toll north bound from S H 71 of us to 90 is now open. Now you got to get out there and you gotta use it. It's the fine particles of Boudicca Boudicca. Boudicca Alfindo Mega Siamese sailor sells celery sandwiches. How wing about a serving platter? Jamie? Yes. Did Did you want to try reading that line on the script there? Oh, yes..

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03:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Fox News, one of the Jews capital. Rioters back in court this morning in Pennsylvania ordered release with GPS monitoring. Riley June Williams only allowed to leave her house for court hearings accused of stealing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is laptop. FBI agents to say Williams posted about taking the laptop on social media just hours after the attack on the capital. But the Philadelphia Inquirer reports they didn't confirm a tip that she had tried to sell the computer to a Russian spy agency court filing say she also boasted about taking the speaker's gavel, saying, quote they'll never take me alive. Oxus onto J. Powers. President Bible Signed 10 more executive orders today focused on his covert fighting strategy with Airport in airplane mask mandates. President Biden wants to create a public health job corps hiring 100,000 workers, including nurses and covert 19 contact tracers to help fight the pandemic. Fox's Jonathan Serrie the president's also gonna restore funding to the World Health Organization, cut off by a Trump order. One of the Democrats president buying defeated on the road to the White House may soon join his Cabinet as transportation secretary. I will work every day to make sure the department meets its mission. Of ensuring safety. Cable outages Senate confirmation hearing a short time ago. Another nominee also has to clear the House clauses. Rachel Sutherland explains Live Dave a waiver allowing General Lloyd Austin, a service Pentagon chief will be could go before the House for a vote. It's current law requires military members to be separated from active duty for seven years before becoming defense secretary. General Lawson acknowledged by partisan concerns, but added. Safety and security of our democracy demands competent civilian control of our armed forces. The subordination of military power to the civil. They said It also needs to pass a waiver and confirm General Austin before we can take the job, Dave America's listening to Fox News His radio K O. B. J on Patrick Osborne. This news brought to buy advance pain care challenges so far to Governor Abbotts Covert 19 executive order have not been successful. Both Austin and El Paso wound up getting sued for it. But in San Marcus, there is discussion about going against the governor's order anyway. Councilman Maxfield Baker's among the loudest proponents letter at the outset of asking the governor Step up and do more for health care in our state, and he did not even write us a letter back there, and a handful of others want many sand markets. Businesses shut down to slow the spread of covert council will talk about it again next month and may ask Hayes County and neighboring cities to join their pushback. Williamson County now has ample time to figure out how to Dole out the remaining $31 million. It has and cares Act money, which could now be used through December 31st. And this week, the county has already approved an increase of up to $8 million for rent and utility assistance. And on Saturday, the central Texas Regional Mobility Authority will activate tolling on the remaining sections of South bound 1 83 Toll Road Last week, CTR may activated tolling on the North bound lanes and next month holding will be activated on the flyover connecting to Highway 71. I have 69 degrees today on Patrick Osborne Get Austin News on demand at news radio. K l b j dot com Market Millet at Lowe's just for Pros event Now through January 29th you'll find deals on your go to brands like HD TV HOME.

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