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Rhode Island issues tax refunds signed by Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse

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00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Rhode Island issues tax refunds signed by Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse

"So what would you do if you received a tax refund check from Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse? That's exactly what happened in Rhode Island this week. The Rhode Island Division of Taxation has traditionally used there, Walt and Mickey signatures on test files. But on Monday those signatures were mistakenly printed. On real checks. The checks were tax refunds for corporate sales and tax credits, mostly the businesses. The tax division has avoided the checks, and we'll issue new ones within a week, signed by the state treasure and the state controller instead. But now the 175 people who received the bad checks have a souvenir. Scott Sam's NewsRadio 10 80 k R.

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FDA expands list of potentially deadly hand sanitizers

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00:49 sec | 3 months ago

FDA expands list of potentially deadly hand sanitizers

"Before you use that hand sanitizer, make sure you read the label and the ingredients. US. Health officials are warning Americans again to avoid a growing list of imported hand sanitizers that may be contaminated with a toxic chemical method. All the Food and Drug Administration says there have been increasing reports of injuries due to people using and sometimes ingesting the unauthorized sanitizers, which could lead to blindness, heart problems and even death. The Active ingredient that kills germs in the legitimate sanitizer is ethyl alcohol, which is consumable. But some companies have been replacing it with poison as methanol or wood alcohol, which is used in any freeze. It's not good. Scott Sam's NewsRadio, 10 80 k R L D You can see a full list of the good and bad sanitizers on the FDA dot gov.

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Tech's Top CEOs Prepare to Battle Congress in Antitrust Hearing Set for Wednesday

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00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Tech's Top CEOs Prepare to Battle Congress in Antitrust Hearing Set for Wednesday

"Big Four going to testify before Congress this week. The high tech CEOs are supposed to answer for their company's practices for big tech CEOs will appear Wednesday before the House Judiciary subcommittee to discuss antitrust issues. The Judiciary Committee has already been conducting an investigation over the past year with a focus on the tech giant's market. Dominance and that effect on consumers. It's the first such congressional review of the tech industry. The investigations are seeking to find out if existing competition policies and century old antitrust laws are adequate or if new legislation is needed in the Internet age before CEOs are expected to testify remotely. Scott Sam's NewsRadio 10 80 k R. L D.

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03:55 min | 4 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Susie has the morning off the state is now facing what the governor calls a massive outbreak of the corona virus and he says if that continues you may be forced to tighten restrictions K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer joins us live with the update Alan and then county reported its highest single day at total of new cases yesterday with a hundred fifteen Tarrant county had its second biggest with four hundred sixteen governor Greg Abbott says he's worried about the number of hospitalizations across the state across Texas the number of people in the hospital with over nineteen has doubled over the past two weeks from about two thousand June eleventh the forty three hundred yesterday if we continue to see spikes like that occur that means that there will be serious healthcare consequences and we must put a stop to those serious health care because those numbers are not controlled in the next couple of weeks Texas may have to revisit some of those restrictions from earlier in the spring but while the number of hospitalizations is increasing the DFW hospital council says hospitals here still have open beds the hospital council says only thirty eight percent of ventilators are being used and they still have about fifty two hundred available beds reporting live Alan sky news radio ten maybe K. you will be thank you Alan as the corona virus continues to spread Dallas city leaders will meet today to discuss the possibility of re opening the Kay Bailey Hutchison convention center as a temporary hospital Dallas mayor Eric Johnson says they will continue to fund testing sites after the feds pull their money at the end of the month but Johnson says it's imperative that everyone wear masks and stay at home if they can if we aren't careful our health care system could be overwhelmed we have to take precautions now or face potentially dire consequences Boston York news radio ten eighty KRLD it is six oh six said K. R. L. D. as covert nineteen cases surge across North Texas many businesses are once again closing their doors K. R. L. these Bailey Friday has that story two months after Texas businesses began reopening many have started closing again because of the corona virus from grocery stores and restaurants pigeons we were surprised and you know and bonds angel Rogers is co owner of cheer athletics in Plano the facility recently closed after staff members and athletes there tested positive for Kobe nineteen Rogers tells NBC five they were careful they went above and beyond CDC guidelines but she says some athletes were allowed to take off their masks in hindsight we probably jumped on that a little bit early the facility will be closed through next week and Roger says she wants to share what they're going through so that everyone can learn before it happens to them Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD six oh six bar owners across Texas are gearing up for the fourth of July weekend to state regulators say they'll be checking to make sure those bars are obeying the restrictions most bars are self policing the crowd limits without a problem the indoor joints can have only fifty percent capacity Texas alcoholic beverage commission Chris Porter says the outdoor bars don't have the same rules the mobile order limit the size of outdoor gathering but as far as the as the T. C. we're looking for that six foot distance for indoor and outdoor seating out of six hundred inspections since re opening Porter says T. A. B. C. has only found seventeen violations and yes he says agents will be out in force this weekend LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD six oh seven traffic and weather together on the aids coming up then what didn't Dallas Mavericks owner mark Cuban say last night about racism with the brand new iPhone Essy for less than a hundred Bucks at metro you rule it's the most affordable iPhone ever on the number one brand in prepaid so whether you're studying online or face time.

Scott Sam
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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning I don't Texas congressman says he's working with FEMA now in the federal department of health and Human Services to expand testing for covert nineteen K. R. alis Allen's Geyer joins us live with details Alan the congressman Colin Allred join Dallas County judge clay Jenkins and infectious disease the infectious disease specialist from UT southwestern UT southwestern Julie Trivedi says they've seen even with more new cases are decreasing hospitalizations but she says warmer weather could lead to more large gatherings outdoors so it's important for people to keep following those social guidelines the past week or so had shown a decline in the number of patients required hospitalization however as we have seen in record numbers first new cases being reported over the weekend this may begin to change all ran Jenkins say the area needs more testing capability they say they're starting mobile testing sites to go into nursing homes the jail other place were you seen those clusters of cases but Allred says he's been in touch with FEMA and the federal health department to get more funding for tests saying they need to identify where covert nineteen is spreading fastest instead of just laying out a date to re open the economy reporting live Alan sky newsradio ten eighty KRLD seven thirty two now an updated model from the institute for health metrics and evaluation is suggesting taxes is past the peak of deaths from covert nineteen researchers say the peak was this past Sunday one four hundred seventy seven deaths were reported today worship just shy of five hundred and four hundred ninety five the models also suggest we hit the peak of resource use last week some experts warn though that a rush just to ease restrictions and relax social distancing guidelines will lead to a resurgence of the illness governor Greg Abbott will hold another briefing this afternoon and you can hear that sets two o'clock right here on KRLD it's seven thirty two now with the Cecil B. being the mother of invention this you're gonna you can enjoy the Levitt pavilion concert series from the comfort of your own home K. R. Lees and recurring Stein has that story the love the pavilion in Arlington is calling it the look at living room series it kicks off tonight with the show by fort worth singer song writer Brad Thompson article B. as in the Facebook live and they can choose whatever setting they wiped out the old mule with a love the pavilions as well Thompson would likely be performing in front of the Levitt flag display most others will be performing from home no normally the Levitt passed around a donation bucket at its free concerts so this year will be giving a donation link on its Facebook live broadcast not only to support free music but also to support something else as well we're also going to be accepting donations on behalf of area bag into Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD KRLD news time seven thirty three CBS news update president trump says he'll temporarily suspended immigration into the U. S. to protect jobs as the economy re opens during the pandemic correspondent we judge Jiang sources say it will be a blanket ban and will have some exceptions and nuances all designed to avoid nationwide injunctions in the court system which of course played this administration's travel bans early in the president's term fitness centers and hair salons in Georgia will be able to open Friday restaurants and movie theaters will follow Monday Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms our numbers are going up we really are at a loss and I am concerned as a mother and as the mayor of our capital city elective surgeries are resuming in Indiana WTTV TV is Mike Sullivan governor Eric Holcomb saying a corona virus numbers hold up in P. B. E. levels remain strong like the surgeries could start April twenty second so long as hospitals to prepare to do so CBS news update I'm Deborah rod again at seven thirty five A. K. R. LD more and more states re opening that stories coming up after traffic and weather together on the eighteenth we know we have so much stress in our lives the worst of it might just be financial stress Mike Rogers here from my friend mark Wilden at one eight hundred lawyers he's the man who can relieve you of some of that stress and replace it with a little peace of mind boy could we use some of that these days the company's going out of business jobs lost going into debt but there are laws in place that can give you that peace of mind to manage and control the dept whether it's credit card debt her falling behind on house payments car payments IRS issues medical issues anything that you may be struggling with and this may not be a called you want to make but if you're in.

Scott Sam
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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:41 min | 6 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thanks for being with us this morning congressman from North Texas says he wants the trump administration to give this area more help in testing people for covert nineteen saying they are you need to plan to re open the economy not just a date K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer is covering that story for us this morning he joins us now live Alan a Democrat Collin Allred join Dallas County judge clay Jenkins in an infectious disease specialist at UT southwestern for a town hall yesterday U. T. southwestern Julie Trivedi says they've seen even with more new cases a decreasing hospitalizations from covert nineteen but she says warmer weather could lead to more large gatherings outdoors so she said it's important for people to keep following those social guidelines the past week or so had shown a decline in the number of patients required hospitalization however as we have seen in record numbers first new cases being reported over the weekend Disney begins chain all right the congressman and Jenkins they say the area needs more testing capability they say they're they're starting mobile testing site to go to nursing homes the jail other places where we've seen clusters of cases all right says he's been in touch with FEMA and the federal health department to get more funding to test is saying they need to identify where cove nineteen this spring the fastest instead of just laying out a date to reopen the economy reporting live Alan sky news radio ten eighty KRLD thank you Allen eight thirty two now planes may be near empty but the flights still need a full crew all these L. P. Phillips reports the flight attendants say they're not being protected from the corona virus like they should there are roughly eighteen thousand flight attendants staffing the flights that American Airlines still has going and even if there are only a handful of passengers on some planes all it takes is one with the corona virus to put the whole crew in jeopardy you haven't had the access to the proper protective affected the quick meant that we should have had a long time ago that it's starting to glow in albeit slowly you have concerns with the quality of the aircraft cleaning not just overnight but in between flights as well still hard sun of the union that represents the attendant says some of the flights are near capacity because they are combined with a canceled flight he says social distancing on those planes is a challenge LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD in a statement American said it has expanded cleaning procedures and is doing so more frequently while encouraging employees to wear masks and gloves if they have them the airline says it's been having a hard time getting those supplies changes coming for users of the Katy trail in Dallas the city of Dallas says that it is working to ease congestion on the Katy trail so it's creating alphabetical guidelines starting this Thursday people will be able to use the trail according to their last names if your last name begins with a through L. you can use the Katy trail on Thursdays and Saturdays if your last name begins with M. through Z. you're asked to use it on Friday and Sunday that everybody has access Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Dallas mayor Eric Johnson says he understands people need to get outside but he says they can't allow the Katy trail to become a health hazard at governor rabbit by the weight holding another briefing and news conference at two o'clock this afternoon eleven update on re opening business in Texas again that's two o'clock this afternoon and we will have that for you live right here on KRLD KRLD news time five thirty four CBS news update president trump says he'll protect jobs as businesses reopen during the pandemic by sealing U. S. borders immigration lawyer Luis Cortes Romero the specifics on it to be very important who's going to be restricted several houses in the district several states are restarting their economies Mason Peterson says she'll keep social distancing in place at her shoe store in Greenville South South Carolina taking those precautions are being sanitary and health is definitely one of my main concerns for us and our customers the new coronavirus hot spot the Marion correctional institution in Ohio nearly two thousand inmates in over one hundred fifty staffers have tested positive WBNS TV easily see Chris knew how department of rehabilitation and corrections sent a statement attributed the spike to mass testing because we are testing everyone including those who are not showing symptoms we are getting positive test results on individuals who otherwise would never have been tested because they were a symptomatic CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez it is five thirty five a K. R. L. the price of oil yesterday man it went below the bottom of the barrel what does that mean for Texas that's coming up after traffic and weather together on the aids coming up aces the helpful hardware folks.

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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"So east I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning let's talk about jobs Americans jobless claims took another job during the past week let's go into it now right more and let's bring it down a K. are all these business analyst David Johnson David what what we see here well I the numbers are just unthinkable five and a quarter million files for jobless claims that stay it's left six point six million last week but still you stand back over the last four weeks twenty two million jobless claims out there this is the kind of thing that you know we haven't seen since the Great Depression of course it happened all at once there is however this growing feeling that that were peaking at that baby a baby at the time that the coronaviruses speaking also that these these negative numbers are picking a housing starts we got numbers for now these are March numbers so April is going to be worse but down twenty two point three percent building permits however were down less than half what was expected they were down six point eight percent meanwhile the Philly fed business outlook came out today and it was the worst since July of nineteen eighty we are just now as we speak but getting to go through the opening rotation on Wall Street not all of the Dow thirty year opened but we are up seventeen points we're seeing a lot more strength in the nasdaq that's where the technology stocks are today we saw earnings out of Taiwan semiconductor if they were so much better than expected tremendous demand for chips and indeed Microsoft is up two dollars fifty eight cents Intel's up a dollar for the nasdaq's up ninety two the S. and P. which has more the financial stocks that it would've been laboring that's up nineteen point crude the may contract of crude oil is twenty dollars and twenty three cents a believe it or not that's up thirty seven cents the June contract twenty six dollars thirty cents gold up eight dollars ten year rates falling again down a point six one percent so we're seeing more money going to U. S. treasuries we just about have all of the thirty stocks of the Dow opened for trading and the Dow is up forty seven points David Johnson news radio ten eighty KRLD thank you David by the way jobless figures state by state and we're looking at taxes we find nearly one point one million people to file for unemployment just in taxes over the past five weeks the state workforce commission says nearly seventy three thousand people have filed in Dallas County about sixty three thousand and talent more than twenty eight thousand in Collin county eight thirty two now the North Texas food bank is having a huge food distribution event at fair park this morning care all these Allen sky it is there and has a live report good morning Alan good morning Susan with all those lost jobs when talking about more people are in situations where they need this help people started lining up outside fair park about five o'clock this morning in this mobile food pantry still does not open for another half hour one of the guys near the front line says he just lost his job and he's never needed something like this before the line stretches right now at more than about half a mile outside of fair park down highway fifty two around the outside of the the the the fair park the last time North Texas food bank ran out of boxes here at the food bank's Valerie Hawthorne says demanded some locations have jumped more than three hundred percent of this outbreak started they had two thousand boxes of food here last time this time they have sixty five hundred boxes instead of ten pound boxes they are twenty five pound boxes any time there's a crisis whether it be a healthier economic crisis or a combination of both that we have going on right now the spirit of community will always be great and come together especially in cities like Dallas.

Scott Sam
Reliability of expensive new voting machines called into question

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Reliability of expensive new voting machines called into question

"And state and local elections officials have been trying to boost election security by buying enhanced electronic voting machines but some of the pricier options being put into service may not be any better when it comes to insuring an accurate tally computer experts say many of the newer machines are almost as risky as the earlier ones for example one popular choice generate barcodes which people can't read and if the computer makes an error or the system is hacked there's no paper trail to determine who a person is voted for I didn't sound good does it let's hope they get it right before election day Scott Sam's newsradio ten eighty

Scott Sam
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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Susie Sally's has the morning off did you get a flu shot the number of flu cases in North Texas on the rise in fact Tarrant county recorded a record number of flu cases just last month years K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer med star treated three hundred twenty three patients for the flu in January that's a record in fifty two percent more than January last year honestly ninety four percent of those patients require transport area hospitals so further indication that this season's flu season is far from over many stores massive awski's as doctors and hospitals all spike early in the season and are now seeing a second increase never too late for a flu shot TTC Tarrant county public health everybody recommends that no matter when get a flu shot since coronavirus maybe winning attention but the same safety tips to prevent the flu what applied a corona virus like washing your hands in keeping countertops keyboards are areas that might be contaminated clean Alan sky and his radio ten eighty K. rolled the eight oh four now KRLD a suspect is behind bars this morning all of victim continues to recover following a shooting at the northeast mall in Hurst yesterday if they are at least Lewis shots were fired in the parking garage and could be heard across the street it was echoing so I know it came from the inside of the parking garage away that code is pulling deals in BC five he was outside in the backyard with his family when he heard the gunfire the victim was shot more than once and remains in the hospital paramedics checked out another person who was apparently hit by bullet fragments please did make an arrest but so far they're not saying why the shots were fired curlews newsradio ten eighty KRLD the case of the girl who's been on life support at cook children's in fort worth since she was born heads back to court today the case does tensely Lewis turned one in your old on Saturday she was born with a heart defect code children says she's suffering and has no chance to recover protect Texas fragile kids vice president general hollow told NBC five that tensely is leading our family know that she's a fighter by surviving so long after the hospital tried to remove her from life support I think she has a will to live and she's shown that by being here for three more months and and making small improvements cook children's wants to take her off life support the hospital says nurses have asked not to be assigned to the young girl because of the stress involved so far the family's been able to unable I should say to find any other facility to take care of her an appeals court will hold a hearing tomorrow morning in fort worth on whether cook children's can remove her from life support all this morning a ten year old girl is home recovering after a heart attack nearly took her life okay are least Bailey Friday reports it was our coach who helped save her ten year old nyla banks was at practice at W. T. white high school in Dallas last week when suddenly she passed out I felt bored my whole resume and my testers hurting Tyler tells our partners at NBC five she went into cardiac arrest but fortunately her track coach Earl Smith spring into action and saved her life using CPR training from ten years ago and I love mom Domini Carter bank says her daughter flat line died at the scene and was brought back to life coach.

Scott Sam
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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning to tell a hoax president trump plaza Senate impeachment trial and calls the Democrats lead prosecutor Adam Schiff corrupt disgrace they talked about their tremendous case and is sold under tremendous case they had no case it's all a hoax it's a con job like shift he's a corrupt politician now I'll leave that to the seven percent is going to have to answer that president trump speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland minutes ago insisting there was nothing improper about that phone call where he seemed to be pressure on Ukraine's president to dig up dirt on Joe Biden's nothing here I had a very innocent conversation with a very fine gentleman from the Ukraine and it was based on that people don't even want to talk about the conversation I got to watch two inches in between all of these meetings and I just told you about I got to watch glimpses of what is taking place wasting time in Washington his trial resumes later today CBS news special report I'm Vicky Barker during arguments yesterday they went to a two o'clock in the morning Washington time last night and eventually things got so testing so personal that that both sides had to be admonished by Chief Justice John Roberts and as the arguments continued into the night if you senators were observed skirting one of the rules imposed by Mitch McConnell according to the rules of decorum for the Senate impeachment trial of president trump the senator jurors can't use phones or electronic devices in the chamber but at least eight senators are apparently cheating by wearing apple watches apple watches are able to duplicate the functions of a smartphone in many respects including email text messages notifications and even phone calls so far no one has called out the offenders the supreme court's ban on electronics does not allow apple watches inside the courtroom Jim Chevy CBS news we'll have updates for you all day long here on KRLD including special reports and breaking developments when they happen a woman has been killed in a house fire in east fort worth the fort worth fire department got a call about the fire on Hudson street near the I thirty beach street interchange around four thirty this morning that apartments Kyle clay says the fire started in the front of the house and dropped a woman in her bedroom near the back are they hard in the fall far from the park out of the house they did not that's always make you cry we wanna make sure that our body at the parking folklore that's very important he says the department has not identified the victim the fire department is still looking for the cause no one else was hurt and no other homes were damaged a toughie here for a flu cases in Dallas County health officials say has a higher flew rate than the rest of the country Dr Philip Wong as director of the county health to does this flu season started much earlier than in years past locally we still have about almost twenty six percent of test returning positive during the week ending January eleventh the CDC's tape released a health advisory noting the elevated flu activity he says the best defense against the flu virus is still a flu shot hoping to get a fresh start with the community it serves the fort worth police department is hosting public forums aimed at building trust among those attending last night's forum was community activist Melvin leave who came to listen I know what it's like you know especially being African American.

Scott Sam
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NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Mike will be back on Monday the mayor of Dallas is not on board with the police chiefs planned to reduce violent crime in Dallas yesterday Dallas chief of police Renee hall released the new plan which seeks to reduce murder and aggravated assault among other violent crimes I like that and it's not something that's gonna be set in stone that it could be revisited and change Alex bureau was a professor of criminology at UT Dallas he says there are positive aspects of the plan others aren't as excited about it including mayor Eric Johnson in a statement the mayor says the plan is not ambitious enough and lacks detailed solutions and time lines Johnson says he wants to see crime rates down to historic lows city wide in that he looks forward to speaking with the city council about its concerns last night Dallas all right second murder of the new year police say a man was killed during a robbery on concerto lane Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD the funeral has been set for the second person gunned down and killed at a church in white settlement last weekend care all these Allen sky has the update the gunmen killed two people during last Sunday service at west freeway church of Christ before security shot and killed him one of the victims a member of the volunteer security staff governor Greg Abbott attended the funeral for Richard white yesterday we're here today to celebrate a remarkable life he says he's proud white stood up to defend his fellow Texans people should not be afraid of places to worship now the family of Tony Wallis has set up his service Wallace was a deacon at the church he was killed while giving out communion this family set up a wait for next Friday Greenwood funeral home that his funeral will take place a week from tomorrow at Alta mesa church of Christ Wallace's family says they were looking for a church big enough to support a large turnout of family friends and well wishers who reached out to offer condolences Alan sky on his radio ten eighty K. will be nine oh five this portion of the news for ex Surgeon Ethan counts the affluent a teenager is back in jail this morning he was arrested for a probation violation picked up yesterday after testing positive for THC that's the active ingredient in marijuana six years ago he sparked outrage when he killed four people and injured another nine in a drunk driving incident he was charged with manslaughter the judge only sentenced him to ten years probation though because his lawyer successfully argued that he suffered from after ends up that he was too spoiled to know right from wrong former prosecutor Toby shook shook says this time the judge could decide to lock him up in the little ring and and and putting them in test the residential treatment which are keeping for about a year and that isn't the seal of the that side that he reaching raft of any substance abuse counselors on community says a supervision when that test came back positive he is not supposed to be around drugs or alcohol in Austin this morning emergency crews are responding to a stabbing in South Boston involving multiple people Emma says medics were performing CPR into patients one patient a man in his twenties has died another man in his fifties has been transported to the hospital with potentially life threatening injuries one person has been taken into custody Jason Garrett's career is Dallas Cowboys head coach could be coming to an end that's what we keep hearing the cowboys have not made an official announcement though ESPN on the other hand is reporting a meeting among Garrett and gerund Jerry and Stephen Jones yesterday that was canceled the report says the Jones family had been waiting to make a decision quote out of an abundance of care and respect for Garrett is contract runs out January fourteenth only Tom Landry spent more time as head coach of the cowboys but Garrett has just won two playoff games since taking the job in two thousand ten the New York Giants the Cleveland Browns the Carolina Panthers are all looking for head coaches and the cowboys passing game coordinator just interviewed with the giants for their head coaching job it's nine oh seven A..

Scott Sam
"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Degrees right now looking for highs in the mid fifties with Susie so lease I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning my cast the morning off we begin in white settlement we're a congregation prepares to worship tonight after yesterday's services were interrupted by a gunman K. R. L. these Allen's guide joins us live from white settlement to start our team coverage Jalan god DPS Texas Rangers the FBI they've all join this investigation parishioners here west freeway church of Christ as a somebody stood up during yesterday's service and killed two people pressure started ducking for cover in church security shot and killed the suspect John Richardson he was at the service and says he's glad security acted so quickly they're wonderful people they were there before anything got any worse than it could have been one of the victims was a deacon at the church Tony Wallis his daughter Tiffany tells NBC five it she didn't know the gunman set up from the queue turned towards my then and I guess he shot at the security guard FBI special agent in charge says the suspect had roots in the area and did have an arrest record but he did not give details are still looking at the motive behind the shooting a west freeway Trager crisis planning a meeting tonight at six o'clock for the congregation to talk about what happened live in white settlement Alan sky these radio to maybe get your oldie I'm integrates diamond white settlement the senior minister of the west freeway church of Christ said the parishioners who immediately returned fire killing the gunman saved countless lives we lost two great men but it could have been a lot more shrewd farmers says the sermon he was going to preach was entitled leaving a legacy he says he will never deliver that sermon because the two victims who were killed left a legacy farmer expressed his gratitude to the community for the outpouring of support thank you for your prayers please continue to pray for the west freeway church family in white settlement into Greenstein newsradio ten eighty care all day lieutenant governor Dan Patrick says governor abit is aware of the shooting and remains in contact with investigators we're pledging our total commitment to the church to law enforcement here whatever they need will put all of our state resources here for this community Patrick says the two parishioners who returned fire our heroes he noted that following the deadly shooting and Sutherland springs Texas lawmakers passed laws allowing weapons to be carried inside churches and stay with us throughout the day for updates on this story and updates on our website and care L. D. dot com in the meantime the mystery continues in Arlington this morning where a teenager is still missing despite another search yesterday to find him years K. R. L. these Kaylee Bailey heavenly sees parents say he was last seen December seventeenth on his way to work but he never showed up many gonna come home later that night the nineteen year old Dodge was found a few days later abandoned in fort worth police say evidence found in the car gives them a reason to believe laci could be in danger but they haven't said what that evidence is laci's parents say their son is a great kid and they're desperate to find them they've organized a few search parties since laci went missing one of those got under way yesterday afternoon so far no new leads on where laci could be Bailey Friday news radio ten eighty KRLD police now have two suspects in custody this morning after a high speed chase that started in cedar hill and ended when the car was abandoned your I. twenty and mountain creek parkway and southwest Dallas the suspects reportedly fired at police no one was hurt the chase started just before three this morning and at around four thirty when police arrested the second suspect a man is in jail this morning for stealing a car from Dallas police headquarters when officers went to one of the garages at the Jack Evans police station they found to bait cars had been stolen from it sources tell Carol D. the garage had not been adequately secured for some time despite pleas from officers during a disturbance later on in the evening on east eighth street thirty two year old Gavin Bailey was taken into custody when it was discovered he was in possession of one of the bait cars all property taken from the garage was eventually recovered Bailey faces staffed and criminal mischief charges Austin York news radio today carefully a third period rally since the stars to a win in Arizona here's David burl at the one oh five through the fence sports desk down to nothing heading to the period three the stars scored four in the last twenty minutes and stormed back for four to win over the coyotes interim head coach Rick Bowness said that after a bad first jury and everything was better after that for Dallas is there.

Susie Scott Sam
"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Sally's I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning news radio ten eighty KRLD traffic alerts we've got a real situation in Southeast forward is that right choice that's right Scott yeah it's been with us all morning long but just the the delays romaine westbound twenty remains closed at east loop a twenty four some emergency road repair not traffic is backed up from Cooper as well as on to north bound to eighty seven from sublet overall we're looking at about an hour and a half to lay that as you're being forced on the east loop you can take that to Sun Valley double back to continue west on twenty after all twenty second that backup Cooper seems to be your best bet north to either parkway or division depend on where your destination is that'll get you over to what used to be you get at south and then back to our twenty but again west on twenty remains close at Eastbay twenty four road repair with an hour and a half delay have another check on this in four minutes with traffic and weather together on the aids thanks joys for the second straight morning dozens of people are homeless after a fire destroyed their town homes this time in northwest Dallas care all these current Lewis has the update it's the second night in a row a multi alarm fire is done that this one was just past midnight at chase place a complex about a mile north of Bachman lake Dallas fire rescue says somebody just driving past the building saw the flames erupting from the roof and driver stopped and went door to door to alert everyone because of that they all got out safely before firefighters pulled up the fire crews protected half of the building but the other half is a total loss with caved in.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Rogers I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Susie has the morning off counselors will be available for students and staff at Alyn high school today a sophomore was shot and killed at a party Saturday night in Plano years K. R. L. these Austin New York police responded to a shooting off peach tree lane near spring creek parkway in Plano after an investigation will determine that people fired into the home as several others were being kicked out of a party there a sixteen year old student was shot and taken to a local hospital where he later died he's been identified is mark kill Ellis junior a sophomore at Alan hi a tweet from the Alan high school men's basketball team describe more kill as someone quote teammates love to be around it goes on to say we had the privilege of getting to know mark L. L. us last year phenomenal athlete in fierce competitor our basketball family is grieving and our thoughts and prayers are with more kills loved ones Austin York newsradio ten eighty KRLD tall family dispute slowed to a fatal shooting at a Dallas homes yesterday afternoon at a home on Scotland Dr not far from the VA hospital but according to police the man got into an altercation with his brother in law and shots were fired both men were hit taken to the hospital and a brother in law died there the other man remains in stable condition but it's unclear this morning at that man has been arrested and there's no word from police on what led to the shooting it is five oh five now it K. R. L. D. fired fort worth police chief Jole fitz Gerald he's going to court today as he continues to fight to get his job back fitz Gerald continues to battle his may firing at today's hearing his lawyers are seeking an injunction to keep the city from hiring a permanent police chief until fitzgerald's lawsuit is run its course a temporary restraining order issued in June expires tomorrow this any claims fitz Gerald was fired for cause well he says it's because he was blowing the whistle on what he views as corruption at city hall since fitz Gerald was sacked six months ago and Krause's been serving as interim police chief colonel Lewis newsradio ten eighty KRLD five oh five now I get many people don't like jury duty and some people called don't even bother to show up but it's K. R. Ellie's LP Phillips reports things were so bad last week in a murder trial had to be put on hold the case of Christopher McKinney was supposed to happen last week he's accused of killing a man over a fender Bender accident in the uptown area of Dallas in February but after two days of not enough jurors the trial had to be continued judge Dominique Collins presiding judge over jury services says only twenty percent of the jurors who gonna someone showed up we had five hundred twenty two folks show up that day the room holds about five hundred and eighty but we need all the people who are called to please come I know life happens you know things get in the way people get sick family responsibilities I get that but you need to call us or email us and let us know that you're not coming but you can't come hello this is one thing to keep in mind there's a scam making the rounds threatening arrest if you don't pay a fine for failure to show up for jury duty she says the county does not do that LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD dak does a lot of good things again for the cowboys big win over the lions yesterday Prescott put up another big passing number in Detroit back engine one point three the fan press gone through for four hundred forty four yards and three touchdowns as the cowboys held off the lions thirty five twenty seven that's a good pass rushers office of line did.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Mike Rogers as with us Amanda has the day off today top story will amber Geiger's murder trial be delayed because of the state fair of Texas it will be of the Dallas police association has its way former officer ever Geiger's scheduled to go on trial next week for killing both him John Dallas police association president Mike Mada says the judge should delay that trial by sixty to ninety days because of the state fair mata says at Dallas please will already be stretched then and of city leaders are concerned about riots after a verdict it's irresponsible to hold the trial when a million people will be visiting the lawyer representing John's family called modest push to delay the trial absurd and contemptible Lee Merritt says there's no basis for concerned about unrest saying John was killed about the same time last year in the state fair of Texas continued on skate Alan sky on his radio to maybe okay well the night for now I K. R. LD Dallas city council will vote on next year's budget later this morning and budget would keep the current tax rate the same but the city would take in more money from increased property values city council will approve a new contract with police and firefighters the budget includes funding for new pay rates Dallas will also set a new minimum wage for others city employees. new information for you this morning about a controversial fort worth school teacher the school board has voted again to fire her because of her anti illegal immigrant tweets K. R. L. these Austin York has the story the board voted unanimously to terminate the contract of Georgia Clarke immediately Clark at tweeted president trump saying Carr riverside high school was quote loaded with the legal students from Mexico and that she needed help pulling undocumented immigrants from our school and passion parents spoke at the meeting pleading with the district not to allow our back into the classroom her face her name have been out there the kids know her she's placed back into the school there will be no respect because they already know her reputation this woman has already stated that she don't have no remorse about which you say a sort of that you know she plans on to continue the way she's gone Clark says she believe the tweets were private between her and the president the board voted to fire Clark in June but an independent examiner recommended the school board reinstate the teacher Austin York news radio ten eighty K. are all the state board of education is taking a different approach to sex education the board will meet today to start drafting new standards for teaching health Dan Quinn is with the Texas freedom network he says the state's abstinence only approach is not working research shows that more than sixty percent of high school seniors have already had sex and Texas has long had one of the highest teen birth rates in the nation so clearly this fail lessons only approach has to change Quinn also once high school students to learn about same sex relationships is is that should be a part of the curriculum since same sex marriages legal in Texas camping on private property without written permission of the property owner that will soon be illegal in fort worth city council voted unanimously to approve the ordinance banning the practice before the vote some including Rachel Amerson told council the ordinance effectively criminalizes homelessness he won't be able to pay the fines imposed which will result in warrants and subsequent arrest after conservation they still won't have a place to go. and I'll be right back on the streets where they started creating a revolving door between homelessness and incarceration supporters of the ordinance though including Angela Hamrick told council and it's a public health issue this ordinance is to provide for the health safety and welfare of the citizens of fort worth handsome and carry moon offered an amendment that would have banned camping on non residential private properly up property altogether permission or no permission but that amendment failed we have accidents to deal with in Plano Dallas desoto prospered Terrel will give you an update on all of those and more with traffic and weather together on the aids in.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Facebook comments of cost a man his seat on the fort worth human relations commission K. R. L. these Andrew Greenstein has our top story the fort worth city council voted unanimously last night to remove Mike steal from the city's human relations commission it comes after steel posted comments on his Facebook page degrading Muslims immigrants and transgender people the very people that the commission is tasked with protecting prior to the vote president Gerald bank senior told the council that still tried to derail the commission's work on race relations in the city Mike do you asus attitude and room personality was strongly shown and a given to be far it should have been address dean but it was care all the has reached out to steal for comment but he has not returned our calls into Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD after pleading guilty to millions and bribery another Dallas County schools officials is headed to court today to find out how he will be sentenced Ricky sorrels fingerprints were all over the scandal that help bring down the Dallas County school system as superintendent he took the lead in drafting everything from phony consulting agreements to fake invoices to steering contracts to the oversight maze all the while sorrels was on the take getting bribes and kickbacks worth three million dollars in order to help a company land a seventy million dollar contract for cameras on school buses this scheme also brought down former Dallas County school board president Larry Duncan and former Dallas mayor pro tem Dwayne caraway sorrels pleaded guilty he could face up to ten years in federal prison LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD Dallas police looking for Ford suspects this morning after a man was shot and killed in his home overnight okay are all these card Lewis has the story Dallas police in DPS troopers were called out last night about eleven thirty they rolled to a home on Penelope street not far from fair park inside they found a man already dead and clear evidence of a home break in they were told they were for intruders and they all got away for the rest of the night true prison officers fanned out around the neighborhood hoping to find someone who might have seen or heard something there's no information on what was behind this home invasion and shooting curlews newsradio ten eighty KRLD after he was shot in Dallas last week in friends of a drag queen performer held a benefit show in Oakland last night Jeffrey hunter and friend Corey Popplewell came under fire Sunday night while driving on I thirty five and I grab my magazine started hurting and it was flat out right now I looked in the mirror and I was like cramping head hunter tells NBC five he and his friend it is performed at the van a lounge in Oaklawn were on their way home Dallas police are still looking for the shooter I site hunters friends held a benefit drag show it J. R.'s bar and grill in Oakland the hold another one Saturday night at the cedar springs tap house now six oh six eight KRLD one of the cowboys biggest offseason acquisitions has suffered a significant injury defensive and Robert Quinn fractured his left hand in practice yesterday in our store in his pre season is done but the cowboys expected to be ready for the regular season opener September eight at home against the giants asked about how the team is progressing the coach Jason Garrett was pragmatic the consistency that you.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Geram I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning news radio ten eighty KRLD traffic alert we're gonna start with traffic because we got a major highway shutdown joys Nielsen good morning well good morning Scott good morning everyone yeah the freeway that shut down is from north bound of forty five slash seventy five downtown Dallas it shut down at I thirty because of an accident and resulting investigation that actually occurred closer than the elem main street exit to get around that if your I have your forced on to thirty had ease to Carol north to gassed in west to good lad run that'll get you back on to north bound seventy five that's what you need to go or you may even want to consider one seventy five to Cesar Chavez and follow that back to north bound seventy five I'll have another check on this though at five oh eight with traffic and weather together on the H. joys thanks let's go to the scene right now this terrible accidents near downtown Dallas K. are all these Allen this guy has the latest Alan Mike the Dallas County sheriff got the call about two thirty about the crash on northbound forty five was right near Taylor that's just north of the I. thirty interchange before what all Rogers it was a head on crash appears to ban all wrong way driver going south on the northbound lanes the Dallas County sheriff says they can't confirm what led to the crash just yet they're still out here investigating then that's why they've got the freeway close right now they've got the the the the crews are out there just kind of vibe blocking every lane of traffic as they as they as they try to piece together what happened out here and I yeah they are diverting traffic northbound forty five to I thirty live along I. forty five in Dallas Alan sky newsradio to maybe care all the this is crude Lewis this morning's deadly crash comes just thirty hours after a similar wrong way collision that killed former Dallas city council member Carolyn Davis and critically injured her adult daughter in that case the wrong way driver has a long rap sheet for drunk driving in this infuriates Davis's pastor says a lot about our system something that's a breakdown somewhere from Kirkwood temple CME church Reverend Jerry Christian says no one with more than one D. W. I should be allowed to drive the accused drunk driver in the Davis crash as a record of multiple D. W. iris dating back nearly fifteen years as reported by NBC five just three days before the fatal crash alcohol monitoring devices were removed from Jonathan Morris Kerr and his ankle Lewis newsradio ten eighty KRLD later today the prosecution is expected to rest in the.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning and happy fourth of July number of events going on to celebrate the holiday today among them a parade just getting under way in Plano okay are all these Kristin why so is there to help set the scene Kristin yeah and Scott I'm here at the corner of the fifteenth and independence parkway in Plano where I'm standing I can just see all the colors coming down the street here so it looks as though the parade is just about to start we are all a little bit maybe midway on this route so we should probably get to see most of these floats up first of the people here on everyone you know that I've spoken to this morning is is really excited to be here as some of come out for the first time out with their kids to introduce them to the parade others have been coming for upwards of twenty years they say as long as the parade I has been here in Plano they say they've been here so are some of the kids I've talked to today and told me they're just really excited to see of the floats in the parade to eat some hamburgers and see fireworks tonight others say that this is a really special day of course to celebrate America in independence and they're just excited to see all these other people out here I was celebrating too so and I everybody of course it's got different plans for today some plan to just to hang out by the pool grow out and of course most everyone plans to see fireworks later tonight reporting live in Plano Kristin Wiesel newsradio ten eighty KRLD sorry Kristin thank you while you while you are traveling to your fourth of July celebration make sure you are safe on the roadways.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Mike Rogers has the morning off rocks thrown from the Katy trail bridge under the Dallas north tollway and damaged a number of vehicles this week here's K. R. L. these Kristin Lysol Dallas police are investigating after at least a half dozen reports of cars being damaged one woman tells NBC five she stopped when a stone the size of a cantaloupe crashed through her window while she was driving under the Katy trail overpass and while waiting for police she says the barrage continued they just kept growing they just kept throwing it's almost like they were going to wait until they saw sirens to stop and then obviously run her Kerr has a big dent in the hood now on her front passenger window was broken her husband's car also lost the back passenger window two other people whom this happened to actually needed to be checked out by paramedics police have not released any information about suspects in this rock throwing Kristin Meisel news radio ten eighty KRLD a child is in the hospital after being shot in the fort worth poly neighborhood overnight the gunfire was about one this morning the whole thing started when two women got into a quarrel one call her brother who arrived with a gun and began shooting checking our car one of the women found her three year old son bleeding from a wound she spread to cook children's with the little boy's condition has not been released of the original scene where they were sent for with police didn't find anything but they kept looking until they found a stretch of hanger Avenue east of two eighty seven south of Rosedale there they discovered shell casings littering the street while the shooter was long gone they have a pretty good idea who it is since it was the brother of that second woman Kerr Lewis newsradio ten eighty KRLD so Josh bring ended up in jail this past week and of course the former Dallas cowboy player now a nother arrest warrant has been issued for him one of prosecutor pro tem will have to decide what to do with the case the judge is taking it on herself to issue the arrest warrant for Brent after he was picked up Sunday for resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer the warrant seeks to revolt branch probation for his two thousand twelve fatal drunk driving accident.

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Gera I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning in Denton the search continues for a toddler missing since yesterday afternoon okay are all these Allen's guy is in Denton he's been covering this story for us from there and he has the latest right now Alan yeah police fire and more than a hundred volunteers they've all been out searching at for this two year old since he disappeared yesterday was a mom who lives here near you and tia she said she put her two year old son to bed for a nap she went to check on about two o'clock yesterday afternoon but he was gone and so police they've been out here ever since they've shut down the street in front there apartment complex police firefighters and they say more than a hundred volunteers about looking for this two year old all star bash around his name some volunteers they started showing back up this morning but they say they were turned away I am in the past hour we've seen a lot of police coming and going from the apartment complex along with an ambulance in a fire truck a police say they're about to give us an update on the search so we may have some new information coming up at eight o'clock live in Denton Alan Scott newsradio to maybe care will be Alan thank you is now seven thirty two CBS news update there's danger brewing inside detention centers housing thousands of illegal immigrants in Texas that's the conclusion of a government watchdog report CBS is Maria Villarreal inspectors visited a five border patrol facilities along the southern border a are concerned with overcrowding and they say prolonged detention is creating this immediate risk to both the health and the safety of the migrants and also the agents inside conditions at the centers drew protests around the country yesterday including this one in Southfield Michigan right this man demonstrated in New York more funding to hold children in detention ages for children ages a.

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Impending Galactic Crash Could Rip Open the Black Hole at the Milky Way’s Center

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Impending Galactic Crash Could Rip Open the Black Hole at the Milky Way’s Center

"The good news. The events not expected to occur until about two billion years from now. So I don't think you really have to worry about it. Too much, Scott, SAM's, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD theme. Parks are looking to bring in tourists over the next three hundred sixty five days Busch gardens in Florida. May have taken it to the next level for the next year every customer over the age of twenty

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Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Google to spend $1B on major New York City expansion

"Of the parrot and the device says Rocco and Alexa, just Chataway with each other all day. Then of course, she has to come home. Check the shopping list and cancel all the items that Rocco's ordered he likes to dance too. By the way, asking Alexa, for some of his favorite songs. Some slow songs. Most Iraq, though, his favourite band kings of Leon, Scott, SAM's, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. KRLD news time five fifty four. We check your money. Stocks took another

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"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"scott sam" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Hi, this is Scott SAM's, just want to take a second here before you start listening to KRLD realize you have a choice of stations. You want to stream today? I'm personally grateful you've chosen to listen to us and why you're on the internet. I invite you to join me on social media at Scott, SAM's, news, make it a great day. Here. I grew up listening to KRLD starting in kindergarten Richardson. I never dreamed. I would one day get to anchor and reporter KRLD geo real deep really offers the best coverage fast and accurate because we truly care about you. I'm John little did. I think the best part of our traffic coverage is the roadwork roundup ideal that debris weekday between ten AM. And new letting you know where construction crews have set up make sure you tune into KRLD for traffic reports every ten minutes on the eight. This is KRLD meteorologist Brune off with another. Edition of weather one a one four we're all familiar what a drought is here in North Texas. But the simple definition shortage of water over extended period of time now droughts are normal part of the climate cycle clear in all climate zones for spam. Could be short or span years. Did you know there's been at least three major US droughts. And the last one hundred years, I court you all know the nineteen thirties dust bowl, but another big one happened in the nineteen fifties. Each of these lasted five to seven years and covered large areas of the country with devastating results, although hurricanes tornadoes or more dramatic droughts are among the most costly weather related events and the most far reaching from nineteen eighty to twenty fourteen there were twenty two drought events with losses exceeding. One billion dollars droughts may require safety precautions like other weather hazards, dry conditions lead to brush fires or wildfires. Severe weather in Texas. I'll help keep you informed around the clock on NewsRadio..

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Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge in fatal shooting of neighbor

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge in fatal shooting of neighbor

"Cloudy skies sixty nine degrees right now. Highs in the seventies today with Amanda garra. I'm Scott, SAM's. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. Mike has the morning off the Dallas police officer charged with manslaughter in connection with the shooting death of her neighbor is free on bail this morning after being arrested last night. KRLD's Cameron Fairchild has our top story. Amber, Geiger, says she shot both gene dead because she thought she was entering her apartment. And that gene was an intruder Dallas mayor Mike Rawlings says he's confident investigators will find the full truth about what happened I in great pain for losing a model citizen input this tragedy happening in Dallas. We will get all the facts out and everybody will know everything. And that's the most important thing. Gene's family expressed outrage that officer Geiger was

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Roseanne character will be dead in spinoff, John Goodman predicts

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Roseanne character will be dead in spinoff, John Goodman predicts

"With Mike. Rogers and Amanda garra I'm Scott SAM's this is the. KRLD morning news thank you for being with us this morning CBS news update friction between President Trump and Senator John McCain was. Amplified by, the controversy over flying the flag at the White House comments like. This one from a woman in. Phoenix prompted the re lowering the flag yesterday It's an insult to to our forces salt anybody that served Murray greens morning the American, flag flying over the White House

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AstraZeneca settles Texas drug lawsuits for $110 million

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

AstraZeneca settles Texas drug lawsuits for $110 million

"A big, pharmaceutical company will pay millions of dollars to Texas to settled some. Lawsuits Astra Zeneca is accused of cheating the state's Medicaid program the company. Will pay one hundred. Ten million dollars. To settle claims it fraudulently marketed to medications, Sarah quel an antipsychotic and Kress store A cholesterol drug Astra Zeneca maintains it did nothing wrong the drug maker still faces another lawsuit brought by one of the Texas whistle blowers in federal court in Brooklyn on behalf of the United. States and more than two dozen

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Firefighters make progress on Northern California wildfire

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Firefighters make progress on Northern California wildfire

"Now good morning six thirty with amanda garra i'm scott sam's this is the krld morning news thank you for being with us this morning mike rogers has the morning off top story at the bottom of the hour all those wildfires out west cbs news update at least sixty wildfires are now burning in the us most of them in the west firefighters in eagle county colorado are hoping thunderstorms and rain today will help douse flames that have burned more than one hundred homes forcing evacuations from more than two thousand others were scared right but we have our pets we ever kids we're going to lake christine fire has burned through nearly two and a half million acres since january wrecking actually the wind has been blowing all day rather strong largest of the wildfires is in northern california cbs's john blackstone is in yellow county fighting helicopters flew into thick smoke battling a massive wildfire that's burning more than eighty thousand acres in three rural counties west of sacramento nearly three thousand firefighters have been working around the clock lighting backfires building a containment lines in an effort to keep the flames at bay cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez well crews are making progress in palo pinto kelaniya this morning but the wildfire there it's still getting bigger the texas forest service says the wildfire burning west of the town of palo pinto has now grown to forty five hundred acres crews have that fire forty percent contained they're building lines around the fire to protect homes and other buildings but they say hills and forests are making it tough to cut those lines several counties west of fort worth have declared local disasters to ban the use of fireworks alan sky on newsradio ten eighty six thirty two now woman who is being carjacked and south dallas overnight fought back she sent the carjacker to the hospital police officer to make kimbro says a man jumped into a car at the gas station long camp wisdom of you block your mind twenty she said the woman's children were sitting in the back seat is the man drove away from her about what the head causing the vehicle crashed into a telephone pole that man is now in the hospital the.

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