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KLBJ 590AM

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Start today by visiting frontier dot com slash for all From news Radio LBJ NEWS desk. I'm Jake Ryan. And here is what's stopping Austin's news while not expecting people to make a mad dash for a booster shot like they did with the earlier rollout of covid vaccines. The Austin City Council is expecting demand for booster shots to increase soon. Austin Public Health director Adrian Strip says pre registering will speed up the progress You can register through Austin Health Force in the same way that you might have registered for your first round of vaccinations. The council is asking the city manager to divide Is a comprehensive plan for a booster shot rollout and to present that to the council next month. That booster is being recommended eight months after becoming fully vaccinated for mosquito pools in Travis County have tested positive for West Nile virus within the past two weeks before positive locations were found in Southeast Austin. No positive human cases related to West Nile virus have been found within Travis County. A pH officials noted that positive mosquito pools indicate the virus is in our community. Take a look at your weather forecast for tonight mostly cloudy skies with a low of 76 degrees. Current Austin News We found 24. Seven news radio K l b j dot com I'm Jake Ryan, the Todd and Done show, Ron. Good Morning. Good morning. How you guys doing? Oh, if we were any better, you need a biscuit to stop us up in a long time, John Man, it made me feel so good to know that you didn't have no place to go for Super Bowl. We haven't looked get together up in Alec 12 in Chicago on we're gonna be having fun. So you and your wife is up to it. Just come on up here. What do you need, John? I'm trying to catch some squirrels and all models and possible. Be one of them. Weird Super Bowl party. That's alright. That's alright. Smart, kind of part. Just get real good. Yeah, We're going to have it going on up here. We're gonna smoke, bro. We, you know. Yeah. Regular wine. We're going to have a good time. Don doesn't smoke that weed, But he'll do that melatonin. Not only the squirrel where we've got some stuff that you can enjoy. All right, all right. What kind of have a black woman He probably followed another. What? Uh oh, you might just mind what we drink. The more we smoke is going to get pretty rowdy, beautiful. But Todd and done show weekday mornings 5 to 10, a.m. the tide and done show. Disney's Jungle cruise attraction is changing course to reflect and value the diversity.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is 7 30. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by discount electronics. China says it will not allow World Health Organization investigators to have a second look at the Wuhan lab. China says it cannot accept a proposal from the World Health Organization. For experts to pay a second visit to Wuhan, China, the city where the first covid 19 cases were reported because Zang Yutian, a top official at China's National Health Commission, Says he was taken aback after the said it wanted to investigate further the possibility the virus leaked from a lab, he said. That idea shows disrespect for common sense. And arrogance towards science in London, Simon Oh, in Fox News, the old Home Depot site at Saint John's, and I 35 is under consideration for redevelopment proposals have been considered for years from homeless shelters and camps to arts and music venues. But housing has definitely been a constant in that year's long discussion, and a memo from the Economic Development Department shows the city may be close to negotiations with the developer who wants to add 560 housing units, along with retail and green space. The city bought this land using bond dollars from 2000. Six that were intended for public safety. But neighborhood opposition but a halt to the plan, and it's pretty much sat unused ever since. So next week, the council could vote to move ahead with the negotiations. Patrick Osborne NewsRadio K will be just in public health is reopening free Covid 19 test sites. A PH is Matt Larrys says one will be in East Austin, the other in Southeast Austin, opening one of the two testing sites this afternoon. I'm at one piano, Does Springs Recreation Center. And then on July 29th, the ST John's testing center will be open. He says. They picked those areas because they've been hit hard by the virus. Governor Greg Abbott says there will be no more mask mandates, he says. We're beyond that We're past the time of government mandates were into the time for personal responsibility, and that's exactly what we will do. Speaking with the Texas Tribune, the governor says it would not be appropriate to require people who are vaccinated to wear a mask. Austin mayor says that that's a dangerous move for the governor. Also in the news today, the federal government says it's launching a special strike force to crack down on the sources of illegal guns. Attorney General Merrick Garland is going to the headquarters of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives today to launch five strike forces to help reduce gun violence. The idea is to disrupt firearms trafficking in key regions across the country. The strike forces are being formed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D. C. They're going to be led by U. S attorneys who will work with a T F and law enforcement and what's billed as a collaborative effort to attack illegal firearms. Trafficking in Washington. John NATO Fox News 7 33. Here's Austin's on Time Traffic.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:41 min | 2 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Come! Stay down. Stay down! Reported Stay down Cover. Get behind the car. There's hundreds of people scattering everywhere in this block party, man. That is good. Total chaos. It sounds like the streets of Fallujah. That was in Toledo, Ohio. Wow, man. What amazing video. The video is out there. Uh, Wow. What a story, man, and, uh, and heroes running into the gunfire as people are running away. Oh, my gosh. Shooters everywhere. Somebody everybody pulled a gun. Absolute. Chaos. Chaos is not strong enough award. It is 9 37. We do have that video. There's a few f bombs in there. That's why we had to lead a lot of that much. But, you know, you know where it's fly when you're that kind of situation. Yeah. You use what works, but it do have the video on the top of Don show Facebook page. Yeah. So we need to make sure that we have less of those cops. Yeah, that's the city. That should be defunded. Yeah. De funding would have solved that problem. Sure would have because those cops were the issue, right? Absolutely absolutely. Right. Listen, this story about out of the Tanglewood neighbor there, there in South Austin code compliance department, sending out some notices about the tall grass, the sunflowers growing on each side of the sidewalk. Lot of people in the neighborhood. Love it. They do, But they did get a notice. It's a four way stop sign area within. No, these weeds. These sunflowers, you've seen the pictures. Well, that is some of the neighborhoods are pretty angry. The neighborhoods consider this sunflower patch iconic. Yes. Iconic? Yeah. Jessica is in southeast Austin this morning. Hey, Jessica. Good morning, guys who are really great. What's going on? So that there's actually it's part of our city ordinances, chapter 25 Land development coaches that for areas that are considered a visibility right of ways for traffic. That for 25 ft. There can't be any obstruction. If it's really interesting. I think this is an absolute waste of time. But it's very similar to something else. But I'm I've worked on where A person in my district set up a bulletin board and literally on their property in front of their house and code compliance came through. We don't know if like a neighbor called, which was what could have happened with some flowers or Compliance happened to be driving around and just noticed it, But same thing happened because it was an invisibility right away. They make them chop it down. And it was just like a board where people could post during Covid, like Lost dog or Oh, I miss you, or I don't understand, like, Doesn't compliance have better stuff to do than than enforced sunflowers and community bulletin boards. It seems like a real waste of time and money. Well, this for my tax dollars are being spent on I would agree at the current moment. It's a waste of time and money because of all the other issues affecting Austin, Texas, But we do have a code compliance departments and they are hired to enforce the codes and the compliance is that the people calling the city Council to create? Let's not kind of agree with you. I don't agree with you about the bulletin board, though that seems like could be an eyesore, but I mean, if you believe in property rights, what's the big deal? But if you are part of an H O a where everybody's agreed to certain guidelines, maybe they should follow the guidelines. No arguments there seemed and You agreed to have any choice and you should 100% part of the world. But again if this is a traffic hazard, if visibility issues a visibility issue of you know, blocks the line of sight. You don't see a car coming around the corner or coming through. You got a problem upset? We We've all experienced that. Like, what is that Bush doing there? I can't even see around. To be honest. If I own that corner piece of property and my grass was so tall. And it led to a T bone collision and people were hurt and injured. I'd be worried that somebody might try to sue me. You probably have a liability. There may be so, uh, Phillip is an Alan. Dale. Good morning, Philip. Damn sunflowers. Enjoy the show, you know. I'm kind of one of the first things that let my yard go wild and, uh, got sunflowers out there. I've got tons of lantana. Just wild lantana. This popped up and I've got a lot of little piquant peppers. Oh, you're the guy. You're that one guy. How long have you been a Democrat? So how long have you been a Democrat Trying to keep my front yard mood? Philip, if you don't mind. I know you're calling from Hallandale. We're up against the clock here. Don Prior. Has a few questions for you in this interrogation. How long have you been a Democrat? I am not seriously. I'm not a Democrat. Come on here. No, no, no, no, You're you're wrong. You are a Democrat, if you if you let your we are just a yard work. No, no. Listen, Philip, there is some means you're lazy. There is a great you're a Democrat. There is a great environmental.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:05 min | 2 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A special programming note For today. Trump will be on with Clay Travis and Buck Sexton at noon. Right here on news radio 1200 W. Away I the live interview begins right after the new newscast. Several reports say Trump will not be indicted anytime soon in connection to a two year probe into his company. There's no indictment coming down this week against former President Trump, according to several reports as a grand jury nears a vote on what charges should be filed in the long running investigation into Donald Trump's business practices, Trump Organization lawyer Ron Fischetti telling The Associated Press attorneys met with the Manhattan Da's office Monday. Prosecutors tell him the former president himself will not be charged at this. Time and the company will not be indicted on charges related to allegations of hush money payments. Though the investigation is ongoing, Mr Trump has slammed the scrutiny as a partisan political probe. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing on to investigate January's capital attacked, she introduced a resolution to create a select committee she would appoint eight members in the House Republican leader would choose five Pelosi called January six the Dark Day in history, saying it's imperative to find the truth behind what happened. The resolution does not need approval from the Senate and could be voted on this week. Lawmakers in Washington are in a continuing deadlock on infrastructure despite a potential bipartisan agreement. Last Thursday, the president walked out with a bipartisan group of senators after he struck a deal with Republicans. He then indicated he wanted a separate list not included in that infrastructure package. This is a process called reckons. Affiliation, which would essentially shut Republicans out of the equation. The president then put out a lengthy statement a couple days later on Saturday and essentially said he's backing off that demand. The president may have backed off. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in independent Senator Bernie Sanders want reconciliation to go forward away to push other priorities through not included in the infrastructure package. President Biden will be in Wisconsin today to discuss the benefits of the bipartisan agreement. An investigation is underway after an inmate died over the weekend at the Travis County Jail. Officials say 31 year old Anthony Lily was found unresponsive in his cell Saturday morning in jail staff were unable to revive him. An autopsy has taken place with the county is still a waiting on toxicology results. Lily was arrested earlier this month for a fatal shooting in Southeast Austin. Tourists are returning to San Antonio, but the city's hospitality industry is short on workers. Michelle Madsen, who heads the Hotel and Lodging association, says they just can't keep up with demand. Leisure travel is is Coming back with full force right now. People are excited to travel again. They're vaccinated. They feel like it's safe, Manson says. Prior to the pandemic, they employed one in every seven workers in the city visit, San Antonio says Now there's only about 100,000 people working in the hospitality industry. While starting today Texas will resume disconnecting utility customers for non payment. The moratorium on disconnections for electricity, sewer and water service is over. For people who live in Texas. It was originally put in place in February. During the winter.

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KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 5 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Gentlemen, you have found the tide of Don show much you could jump in at 51283605 90. Listen. One day after the family of Alex Gonzalez of you, the police damn dashcam video in the body camera footage of a deadly police officer shooting the Austin Police will release that video to the public Today. Today is that day in the A P D says it plans To release it sometime this morning. In fact, they may be doing it right this very second. Matt. Can you ferret that? Just check the a PDS website? That's where they would release it. First. A PD was supposed to release the dash cam video footage of the shooting within 60 days of the January 5th incident, according to City policy, But that would've been March the sixth They didn't do that. Today would be 113 days later. That is an issue that some folks in this story have expressed the You know their concerns about KFC in reports. That the attorney for the Gonzalez family on his name is Scott Himmler described the video to KFC and yesterday talking about this incident that all began on January. The fifth When Alex Gonzalez in of car he was driving with his girlfriend and their two month old baby in the back seat, and, according to the initial reports off duty, police officer Gabriel Gutierrez was driving in his personal vehicle. He said Gonzales cut him off in traffic and waved a gun at him pointed a gun at him. Officer. Gutierrez then shot at Gonzales from the moving car in traffic, perhaps hitting Gutierrez and then called for backup. But since Gutierrez was off duty and in a personal vehicle, none of this exchange was captured on body camera, even dash Cam video that according to police chief Brian Manly at the time there on the scene back in January that Gonzales drove a little bit further before stopping at Wicker Sham there in Southeast Austin, a zoo, other on duty police officers responded to the scene at least one at the time. And across the street from a balcony. This was recorded this video. How much? How long was the video in its entirety? Originally about 67 minutes, maybe. A little over four minutes. We did cut it down just a little bit because there's some long gaps in it s O. We did cut it down just a little bit, And I want to play the play the audio, Let's let's play that. Can you hit that? Unless I don't have that in front of going? Get that audio there. Put your hands up. Hey, Hands up, man from the passenger shed light on the ground. No passenger was the road in his truck and he cut me off 2200. Yes, sir. Tried with other people shot, But you put me on Austin Police. Put your gun down. Don't make me shoot you again, man..

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"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Listening to the best of Todd and don show. Actually, my part's a little better in Todd's, but we're gonna be live at 5 30, You stay tuned. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio. K O. B. J so much text not terrace down old buildings at the State section homeless camp in Southeast Austin local nonprofit, The other one's foundation. They're setting up 200 tiny homes. That's their response to this homeless crisis. It's non profit out there and the foundation's Max Moscow, he says. They're gonna be able to help out. What did it in 70 homeless people eventually at that location, which is which I think is more than the Austin City Council currently houses in a shelter, you know, that was formerly a hotel, I guess. I guess I'm gonna make that journey a lot easier if you're trying to, you know, find a job. Open a bank account. Get your ID go through case management. That's really hard to do. Living out of a tent. Yeah, the foundation already set up service service office there. They got shower trailer. They even got a kitchen there at that campsite. Camp rats love it over there And, you know, Southeast Austin. I think this is the best way to approach it. I really do. Try to get everything is forces homeless situation centralized, where all of the He's re sources can be available to all these folks, all kinds of resources. And, of course, all just the day to day needs is far as showers is forest kitchen as far as restrooms. Everything I love this approach. I think this is a much much much better approach than random hotels that don't seem to be really well thought out as far as where they are. How defects everybody around him. I love this idea. And and and there I saw An example of the little tiny homes they're putting up and they're able to construct them very, very quickly, Sure, and certainly certainly far, far better than a tent. Now. Over the next three weeks until the close of Election Day, Austin voters will decide whether to reinstate the city's camping band. They see the group save Austin now a political action committee, trying to get proposition be past and if it does camping with me made illegally in any public area, not designated by the Austin Parks and Recreation apartments. Yeah, the proposition would be also criminalized and create a penalty for those sitting or lying on a public Parker sidewalk or sleeping outdoors. Near our downtown then and along the University of Texas campus. Yeah, the campaign has been driven by some big spending primarily by, say, Boston now and in fact, it's kind of kind of lopsided. The campaign has been driven by big dollars went through 102 page, the campaign finance documents, according to KXTA, and they report that they raised about $437,000. On. They got some large donations from, you know, a couple of auto dealers a couple of business on. In fact, several business owners are helping foot the bill here Now, Records show the Political action Committee spent about 319,000. More than half of that spending was consulting fees. But the political action committee paid for the fundraising software, Social media's and They even got out there and got the petition signed Actually about 20 something 1,026,000. I think it was to get it on the balance. And the mayor still says this is gonna be a close one. This could be a close vote is what he said. I really don't know, Todd. I mean, you think it's gonna be more of more of a run away as far as four Prop b. I hope you're right. I'm glad you're feeling that confident about it. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on NewsRadio, k o b, J, You're listening to the best of the tide of Don show we're live at 5 30 News Ready? Okay. LBJ news. Radio..

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KLBJ 590AM

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Save Austin now Patrick Osborne NEWS RADIO Kale BJ Senate is making final preparations for tomorrow's impeachment trial of former President Trump former president's legal team expected to argue the trial is unconstitutional. GOP Senator Bill Cassidy, one of 45 Begins devoted to declare the trial out of bounds told NBC's Meet the press. He's keeping an open mind. We will now have hopefully presentations from both sides and we will consider the evidence as impartial jurors, Democratic Senator Chris Murphy told Fox News Sunday. There is clear precedent for the Senate moving forward on impeachment trial once being sent articles even after an official has left office watch for impeachment managers to rely more on video than witnesses, according to The New York Times. Rachel Sutherland Fox is the new report says the U K variant of covert 19 is spreading in the U. S. U. S added more than 1200 covert 19 deaths yesterday as the number of new daily cases dropped below 100,000, according to Johns Hopkins. A new study from the CDC says the more contagious UK variant of the Corona virus is spreading rapidly in the U. S. Doubling the number of cases about every 10 days. It also says the mutation will dominate covert cases by March globally. Belgium's ICU patient number has dipped below 300, the lowest since October, when the country closed bars and restaurants and banned travel abroad for the holidays. Tanya Joy Powers, Fox News. A Democrat economist says the $1.9 trillion Biden stimulus plan is too big and could unleash inflation Republicans. They're citing criticism from Larry Summers, President Clinton's Treasury secretary, that passage of the measure could run the risk of triggering runaway inflation. Summers also maintained that Biden's plan would make less money available for other initiatives. Such as improving the nation's infrastructure. But Yellen said that central bank have the tools to handle any potential inflationary threat, and the urgent need now is to deal with the problems raised by the pandemic induced recession. Joblessness lost small businesses and re opening schools. Democrats are hoping to get it through Congress before current unemployment benefits run out in mid March. I'm Julie Walker. Hundreds of people turned out for a drive through vaccination clinic in Southeast Austin over the weekend. Supplies remain tight here in Austin, But Mayor Steve Adler says they are working to doom or these types of vaccination sites in other locations that are that are bigger.

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KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Makers who were getting ready to object to those electoral college results are now changing their minds like Republican Senator Kelly La Flor, who says she can't in good conscious now object. Meanwhile, sirens continue to rock Capitol Hill as the neighborhood is bathed in red and blue lights coming from hundreds of law enforcement vehicles. Lisa. Till President Trump released a video to Twitter telling protesters to go home but apparently didn't go far enough. Somebody removing several of his post addressing the violence in D C for repeated and severe violations of its civic integrity policy. And the video message it dubbed a risk of violence boxes. Christian Goodwin, Facebook has now joined Twitter and blocking the president from posting President elect Biden condemned the violence of the capital. He said Democracy was under what he called an unprecedented assault work of the moment. In the work of the next four years must be the restoration. Democracy of decency, honor respect. Former President Obama laid blame for the violence on President Trump for President Bush said he was appalled by it. And former President Jimmy Carter, writing that he and his wife, Rosalynn, are troubled by what they saw the Capitol Today. America is listening. The Fox News This'll news is brought to you by Texas lending dot com. His radio K L B J I'm John Cooley in Topic. Austin's News Texas attorney general campaigns and wants to use 43 million taxpayer dollars to lead the 10 state antitrust suit against Google. Associated Press says Bankston signed contracts with firms after many of the staffing AIDS resigned or were fired as many people grow frustrated over Travis County's slow rollout of Copan vaccinations, County Judge Andy Brown says there have been talks about Finding vaccine mega centers that could potentially provide thousands of doses a day. But there are some glaring hurdles spoken to over a dozen healthcare leaders and I hear over and over again that we don't know when we're receiving vaccines or how much we're receiving. And that seems to be what the biggest problem in terms of planning and Numata Colonial anybody. Infusion center is stood up in Southeast Austin people in high risk categories. Who have contract ID. The Corona virus can receive the anybody treatment..

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KLBJ 590AM

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Officials are trying to reassure skeptical Trump voters that rumors of widespread election fraud are untrue. And no reason to skip voting in today's Senate runoff, Fox's Jonathan Serrie in Atlanta, both sides focusing on getting voters to turn out. Democrats are trying to make the case that Republican challenges to Georgia's elections are all the more reason for their base to go out and vote. President elect Biden, campaigning in Atlanta yesterday for Democrats Channel soften Raphael Warnock, the nation's capital. Bracing for dueling protests as Congress prepares to count the electoral College votes. One Republican lawmaker planning to challenge that says his family's been threatened while he was back home in Missouri, Josh Holly, the first Republican senator to announce he would raise an objection to the certification of President elect Joe Biden's win. It's announcing what he describes is antifa thugs who demonstrated outside his Washington area home. Holy tweeted. The protestors screamed, threats vandalized and tried to pound Open this door. The group shut down D C claims that states a candlelight vigil and tried to deliver a copy of the U. S Constitution to the home. Calling the senator a snowflake on Twitter. Fox is Rachel Sutherland. America is listening to Fox News. News Radio K L. B. J ON PATRICK Osborne. This news brought to you by Apple easing as the Austin Police Department deals with dozens of vacant positions and a growing number of resignations or cops have been placed on administrative leave this week. She Brian Manley says two were put on leave today following an early morning shooting in Southeast Austin is our officer turned on the Wicker Shan, he said. This car cut around him pulled up alongside him and again pointing a firearm at him. And that officer was off duty. But he did fire weapon and an on duty officer ultimately fired. Fail shot of that driver and just 24 hours earlier to other cops were placed on leave following a shooting at a motel in North Austin, where one man was struck in the leg by gunfire. There's been a lot of focus recently on dwindling space and localizing use, and the expectation has been there's enough staff in the area to cover about 200 ICU beds. Austin Mayor Steve Adler says the latest UT model isn't providing many glimmers of hope model right now has us passing 200 just to the end of the second week, beginning of the third week in January. However, he says, it's possible to stay Could be sitting in some healthcare reinforcements, which would pad the area's ability to handle an increase in ICU patients. Most extracurricular activities are still canceled on the Austin school district, but that's not the case in round rock superintendent Dr Daniel President says strict safety measures will remain in place. And at this point there's been no discussion about having students tested for covert before each event really haven't started exploring. Testing students present. It gets into.

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KLBJ 590AM

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To wear masks, use hand sanitizer and social distance. You can see the CDC is guidance and Thanksgiving safety. Updates at CDC dot gov. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News, Jason Pick it with the Austin Health Department says they're asking area schools to switch to full online learning after Thanksgiving. So that's anticipated. Increasing infection that we will see associated with Thanksgiving has it's time to declare itself. In those days after before we start getting people together in groups. Austin School Superintendent Dr Stephanie L. Is all day is expected to make an announcement later. Today. The state run homeless camp in Southeast Austin is getting tiny new homes Austin Nonprofit. The other ones is teaming up with a Seattle company to build those tiny homes. Donald Montgomery lives in the camp. And he tells Caixa and it's a real upgrade. It preserves human dignity. It helps keep the mess down. It's just a very much a win win. I believe they will build 200 of those tiny homes in Montana. Poulos 7 33 K. L. B J. Here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda Brands. They really light conditions out there. Just a few brake lights showing up 35 North found in between Riverside Drive and Cesar Chavez. We have signals not working properly. And east 71 that some 9 73 as well. A South 3 60 moe packs so you'll need to treat those has always stops your next reports at 7 45 I Melinda brilliant with Austin's on time traffic, Sunny skies. It'll be a pleasant day behind today and 74 clear skies tonight and the Lord 40 from the Weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. This segment Bees get off two news on demand it news radio tail BJ dot com 7 34. Todd Jeffries, don Prior, huh? So glad you're here. Morning. Yeah, The map shows nearly 7000 Thanksgiving flights as 6.3 million Take to the skies, 48 million drive and 350,000 travel by train, you know, meet up for the holidays despite the C D. C s warnings that you should stay away from other people. You should only be in your home with the people. You're living what they say. If you don't know the apparent risks out there, the and you know the potential consequences. Then I don't know what to say to. So in other words, what I'm saying is, people are making their own choices based on what they know. And I think everybody knows three people living like three people. And if you don't, then you clearly live under a rock. And you're happy doing that. Hey, I met somebody yesterday. And I hope to introduce him to you named Daniel. Okay from bash dropped firewood, and I just want to give them a shout out to have a good feeling about Daniel already have a good feeling about Daniel. Right guy Veteran owns a business here in town backdrop. Firewood. They provide firewood for well, a lot of businesses here in town restaurants, barbecue joints, things like that. Sure. And big, big market. Yeah, they're doing it, man and doing it right. They delivered a half court of wood. You know what that is? Yes, I do. Do you know what a half court is? That's a true measurement. Yes. I don't know the amount of accord or a half cord. But I know what you're referring to. It's a true measurement. Yeah. What is what is a lot of people get confused. I've always I've always thought you know you. You driving down the side of.

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KLBJ 590AM

04:07 min | 10 months ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On your first order of $50 or more. A great bottle of wine is just a click away right now. At W. T s o com Use promo code Austin For $10 off Winds still sold out. That's wt s o com Kale, Dejanews time. 6 30 Good morning on Mark Caesar. President. Trump reportedly is ready to pardon General Michael Flynn. Sources with knowledge of the president's thinking have told Fox News he plans to pardon his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Lynn pleaded guilty in December 2017 to lying to the FBI about his contact with Russia. But he's been trying to withdraw that plea, saying prosecutors violated his rights and condom into a plea agreement. Lane's lawyer, Sydney Pel had asked the president not to issue a pardon. Instead, she's been wanting to try to get Flynn's case dismissed in Washington. Jill NATO fucks nearest. The CDC says the first Americans could start receiving the Corona virus vaccine by mid December. President Trump giving thanks to Frontline workers as a vaccine rollout could happen by mid December. During this Thanksgiving, we extend our eternal gratitude to the doctors, nurses, health care workers. And scientists who have waged the battle against the China virus, and we give thanks for the vaccines and therapies that will soon end the pandemic. The CDC director says. The vaccine rollout will go first to those who need it. Most. Boston Public Health wants students to stay at home after the Thanksgiving break. The thinking is, the cases will jump up following the break, so limiting student interaction on campus may help blunt the impact of it, Dr Jason Pickett says, Because cases really aren't spreading in the classroom, staying home with limit transmission among extracurriculars. We have recommended that schools remain virtual for the week after the Thanksgiving holiday. At least that they may reduce him that in person athletics Austin superintendents Definite was all day has been considering keeping kids at home to release December 4th and she is expected to make that decision public today. Patrick Osborne, NewsRadio Kale, BJ State Run Homeless camp in Southeast Austin is getting new, tiny homes Austin nonprofit. The other ones is teaming up with a Seattle based company to build them. Donald Montgomery lives in the camp, he tells Kay Oxy and the tiny homes are a huge upgrade from his tent. It preserves human dignity. It helps keep the mess down. It's just a very much a win win. I believe the plan is to construct 200 of the tiny homes. It's estimated that about 150 people currently live at that state camp. Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and Mayor Steve Adler is asking you to stay home and celebrate with people you already live with. Rather than going out for friends and family people, whether around their friends and their family. They don't wear their masks down each other. They socialized as they figure eights, my friend and I could be carrying the virus. Not true. Adler says he believes there has been an increase in covert testing by people who want to drive out and see family. Adler says a negative covert test should not give you a free pass. 6 33, NOW at K. L. B. J. Let's check in on the K L B J forecast sunny skies. It'll be a pleasant day behind today and 74 clear skies tonight. And although it 40 from the weather Center, I'm Steve Williams. This segment brought to you by factory mattress factory mattresses going big for black Friday with Buy one Get one free mattresses starting at just $849, or free delivery with professional set up in removal on select mattress sets Factory mattress where we have sleep down to a science 50. Nine degrees Get Austin News on demand at news radio. Hey, LBJ. Com 6 34 Times, Jeffries and Don Prior. Yeah, you all right? I'm fine. Do I? Look, Do I look like something's wrong? You look just.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of all kinds, but and, you know, you hear a lot of people say we just can't do it. We just can't do it. And I'm not knocking them. It can't do. You can't do it, but I appreciate her. She's pretty much sounds like she just made up her mind. It ain't gonna happen gonna happen because something comes some point where you've got to save yourself. We got no other choice. Yeah, survived that. That's exactly what seriously. I mean, look around town restaurants are packed and busy. This people are back man PR back? Yep. Yep. Yeah, And I know Dr s Scott's really concerned about the You know the Labor Day weekend. Yeah, I know. And you know the parade. We were just talking about that. That might be one of those things that they're discouraging. But I you know again, I think I think about parades. Fine. You can choose the people that are on the boat with you. And how many people on the boat with you and your, you know So you've got to be a certain amount of distance from the other boats, so I think it can be done. Fine. Yeah, you go to restaurants with the same group of people. Yeah, that's right. That's right. But you know a lot of these businesses that were lost. We're probably on the break anyway. And it this It just took this to just put put him over the edge and which is so unfortunate, And I think going forward as we've talked about in the past. I think that this is probably a lesson for a lot of businesses that you've gotta have some reserves. You just do because nobody ever saw this coming a scenario like this where the government said you can't you can't be open. Yeah, nobody. Nobody has that kind of thought. When there was no money, nobody puts together a business plan. Let's go. Also factor in the fact we can't be open. We've got to put the pandemic for whoever thought about the pandemic fund and restaurant certainly just the way business works with restaurants. They largely the mom and pops expression. Ellie, just her known for operating on a shoestring as it is the nature of the business. I think the bigger lesson is just be flexible, Be flexible. Male deejay news time. 9 30. Good morning. I'm Robert. Would this news the service of our policing topping Austin's news Police in the UK apprehend a man wanted for a number of crimes police arresting a man on suspicion of the murder and seven counts of attempted murder after a spate of stabbings on Saturday night. The attacks happened in a busy nightlife district in England, second largest city Birmingham. They were spread out over 90 minutes at four different locations with police failing to end the rampage, police said, appears the attacks were random, with no link to terrorism or gangs. In London, Simon Oh, in Fox News investigators here looking at what they're calling a suspicious death in Southeast Austin office. Urbino card, Innis says they got a call about a body of a man found on the side of the road in South East Austin. He's hoping the public can help commercial Street. There's a lot of businesses, body shops, There's clubs. This treat is on Ben White and bonus and rode against his heavy commercial activity throughout the day. Thanks was Education Commissioner Mike.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on No Agenda

"Any classes had to stop. They had to stop teaching. The class had to stop because they couldn't do anything. They could not log in look at assignments. Even look at the curriculum. I guess and people were trying to do term papers. Here's a hint for you. Stop that just use note pad for all. I care anything you rely on this. You're GONNA get burned and this is just once it's going to be. It's going to happen more and more and more which brings us to a note from Mike Producer Mike which is similar situation which is another thing that we warn against cash emergency and most of BC happened. You know there's a huge flood going on a five dollar. Canada fiber optic line has been severed due to a washout of the rail line near Spas them places. We have people there. We have spas mors might be global warming or it could be winter weather in Canada. How about Russia or Russia Putin Putin beiber optic line parallels rail lines and most of Canada pandemonium ensues as people have no money and no access to cash happily and no agenda producers always prepared. Thanks Boise I love hearing that. I love that that's right. You'RE AT&T ATM'S WORK. That's right you got no cash becomes a little difficult certain point. You're going to be hungry Amazon. Engineers style work. This story came a desperate to talk to to talk about this one. Although it's only part of the story about the Ring Doorbell Engineer coin from wing to be shut down immediately. He says citing privacy concerns. The engineer published a post on medium saying quote the privacy issues are not fixable with regulation and there is no balance that can be struck. Ring should be shut down immediately now. By the way I found this report interesting. Is Why pulled this one from the original money honey? Maria Barreda Romo. This is on Fox business news. This was not a post on medium. It was a comment in on a whole different post. It was a very short. You know like one paragraph saying exactly what she recited but she kind of makes it out to sound like it's it should be because it is a big deal but it was interesting that she pulled this out. I don't know if that was a stock manipulation thing or kind of you know hyping it up a little bit for the market who loves to hear news about Amazon but factually. It was not a post on Amazon on medium. It was a an anonymous comments not brought back. This is of course the company that you could. Somebody rings your doorbell and you can deal with it from your phone but it has opened the can of Worms on privacy. Where is this video going? Are they giving the ring video? Co. shows up your door to local police and others. I mean this. There's a few privacy issues here and there's a lot of complicated issues here. I mean one of the issues. Of course we've seen people taking hackers getting access to people's accounts and part of that is the person themselves has to be responsible. Use Difficult Password. Don't make it easy to guess. But you're right. We have to know what are the what do they have deals with law enforcement. What are they going to do? If if law enforcement requests that and we've we've seen those issues already with phones so there's some precedent for what they might do if somebody shows up your door and that person is questionable from the local polices standpoint. And how does that implicate you it just it just opens the door to all these questions about who shows up at your doorstep Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Shut up what is more egregious about the ring doorbell system as reported and of course this was this didn't get any traction. Because of impeachment and Orangemen bad everything The Electronic Frontier Foundation who got a lot of money from Google to stay alive. But I do like what they do in general They didn't investigation of the APP. That comes with the Ring Doorbell. Which you manage your entire system and guess what? It's packed with on reading from the report. Packed with third party tracker sending out a plethora of customers personally identifiable information four main analytics and marketing companies were discovered to be receiving information such as names private. Ip Addresses Mobile Network carriers persistent identifier sensor data on the devices. And by the way you're paying customer and they're still selling your ass to other third party marketers and as the F. F. correctly points out the danger in sending even small bits of information is that analytics and tracking companies are able to combine these bits together to form a unique picture of the user's device and their life. Turn that stuff off and it's despicable that Amazon. You pay for this. It's just like skype. If I look at skype right now I pay for skype. I got an ad at the bottom of skype now and I pay I pay for the service in the problem is there's so many a lot of these applications like you're listening to the Amazon show and tell the The Alexa show and tell we're can identify the product. These are very these fantastic developments. I I wish I could use them. I love having the ability to use voice to have things turn on and off and its handy for many things but because of the business model you've rendered it useless for people have a brain. It's too bad because a lot of this stuff is really cool technology and I like it but no you cannot use it because this and this is I mean if people actually knew this that what Amazon is doing they. They probably think twice. And you're putting these things in your kid's bedroom anyway live the Otiji lifestyle everybody give your kid a megaphone megaphone or something if he needs some. Doan G. O. T. G. it's very OJI Otiji. Exactly that's all I got for that for the segment for now. Okay main things just need to get those out. Otherwise they pass by and no talks about it and then. Oh yeah no actually. I do have an une housed clip very proud of what's going on in Austin. You'll recall that the governor of Texas Abbott got into into a a twitter war. A tweet up with the mayor of Austin was his name again. Anyway the Adler about the you know the the house. 'cause I'm not going to say they're poor homeless people there griffin as many of them that aggressive window Washer squeegee dudes. It's not just people who don't have a house or a home in fact Abbott repurpose a lot. Not far from we are in Southeast Austin. I have not. I'm going to go again and try and find that it couldn't find it the first time which would be for the house to go and that something magical has happened. They've started to build a little community. This once mostly Empty Lot in East Austin has become home to more than one hundred people without another place to go. We're give everybody a chance. We don't do that. You have cats once referred to as camp at it. Because the governor opened the state on land to the homeless Population People. Here are now calling it something else cam. Frat responsible adult tradition town or the homeless run by the like every town. Camp rat now has its own list of leaders while we have the nation and volunteer recruiters. We have a maintenance engine Labor recruiters. We have the web designer. We have the web the media outreach. We have security. And then we have a charter size donation organization Cory Roberts. The secretary schedules town meetings each week. The seven person committee nominated by those at the camp has held two of those so far. It's important because we actually have voice. We actually have a hand that we are actually putting forth to actually make our lives a little bit better. Changing the perception of the homeless community is important to those living at the camp because we wanted to show people that were not just criminals drug addicts slobs off the street that we actually just anybody else's comedic without house right now. The committee is focused on finding food donations. So they don't always have to rely on provided maris providing hot showers instead of the makeshift stalls and water hose. They're currently using organizing events to help out others in the Greater Austin community and maybe most importantly giving newcomers a point of contact so they don't feel alone w lead Martha laws leave you alone for being under a bridge. Come out here it's safe. There's not really anywhere out here. We're all big family count. I really liked this development and I'm going to go over that I'm going to bring food. This is this shows that the can work when you allow people to build be a part of a community and build a community give them some basic blocks to do that which is literally all they got and saw. There are some protection. I think they do have Police you know making sure that things will get out of hand but they're creating their own community and I think this is great and Avella get started in Brazil. I'm not saying we won't have that but at least it's a community and they're trying to do something else other than you know. We got the two tens of millions of dollars being spent on bullcrap. The does nothing. Give the tens of millions of dollars in direct payments to these guys that would probably help possibly but That is not everybody in that group. Five thousand bucks each table. That's how it works should reparations. E said reparations for being homeless sorry affiliates. If you're waiting we're way over but time flies when you're having fun and talking about Harvey's privates coming up next on NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com random thoughts about the bezos hack. Stay tuned for that no agenda stream dot com and I have A lot of Kung Fu mixes end of show We need to thank Ned Jeffrey. Johnny Benson and Dustin Jones and we return on Thursday with another thrilling edition of the no agenda. Show the best podcast in universe until then everybody remembers at divorce dot org slash enemy in the morning. I am curried and from northern Silicon Valley where there seems to be a windstorm.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To a suspicious package on knuckles crossing in southeast Austin this morning but it turns out it was just a mosquito repellent device placed there by the city your cable generate our weather watch very warm with some sunshine this afternoon high ninety seven mostly sunny and very warm tomorrow and Wednesday highs in the upper nineties from the weather center I'm meteorologist Mike listening ninety at the airport get Austin news on demand a news radio came B. J. dot com technology truth brought to you by a guy called two teenagers can communicate and tire late in in Jeez how one birthday party this life can soccer ball pineapple truth it's so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geico dot com what are you talking about paper clip shoulder shrug high five wizard hat fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more you do it right to make updates to your home Lowe's doesn't write to July fourth savings throughout the store fifteen dollars off our hands and forty five dollars a five gallon pails the Los gift card rebate when you buy select paint stain get up to forty percent off select apply special value every year lows advantage card ask for up to twenty four months no interest on purchases of nineteen ninety nine or more do it right for less store would look offer self or seven ten credit offer bell for seven seven minimum purchase required to record the problem can be combined with other credit offers exclusions apply US only seven eleven has more drinks than times you've been caught singing in your car and random lyrics stored in your brain combine choose from flavor filled Slurpee and big gulp drink Chris coconut water energizing colder and hot coffee fresh organic cold pressed juices invigorating energy drinks cooling pure leaf iced tea refreshing deer park one hundred percent natural still and sparkling spring water plus many more only a participating seven eleven stores when things go from spooky it's intriguing to think to scientific but our souls our quantum packets of information so they would attach is to our biological hosted an inmate.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Services. Austin leaders are presented with multi-million dollar options for expanding the convention center. Scenario would be broken up into two phases tearing down part of the current center, and then rebuilding it to repurpose that usable space. Principal study investigator. Dean all me says that would mean a dramatic use of every possible square inch. You have the ability to take phase one and phase two and connect them under the street as a service component re other scenarios facilitate private development around the current center or doubling the center space to the west all options here, very expensive, four hundred million dollars to more than one billion dollars in hotel taxes and private investment, Patrick Osborne. Newsradio KLBJ five year old girl has died following injuries from a hit and run crash last month on Terry road in southeast Austin now people who live in that area are asking the city for help Mirasol Bello tell CBS sauce. She's very worried about the other kids were playing in that area. Have a lot of bumps except for this one. And that's why a lot of cars. They're like, oh, they don't see no bonds. They they can go faster. And she thinks new speed bumps would prevent a lot of the problems that are caused by the speeders in that area. Some Austin restaurants are now adding an extra charge on customer's bills, it's to pay for employees health insurance. One of those restaurants on fifty third street is called foreign and domestic co owner, Nathan Linley tells cave, you it's an optional three percent surcharge that actually is the cheapest way to provide health insurance to raise prices on our food. We'd have to raise it a dollar per item. Basically, it was the least amount we can raise. And now it actually costs.

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"southeast austin" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on Who Charted

"We often. Bet they live right here on caves wrote up telling you, I know from the the twin ju what they're doing. They're southeast Austin, south west. See now when I brought white men before they were our slammed because they they sounded like t Rex in that song. This is the same lint nothing like directions, slam still sure the sound like. This one's a little. Steve Miller had a head injury. Yes. Brilliance lamb. He does a good band. They have a little bring a little too much of the noodling Lowell jam bandy. But it did bring some variety to the chart. They have a song that starts with the solo made me think bream strain. Oh, yeah. All right. All right. All right. Number two coming at number one number one Brett's pick. What do you got? Okay. I got a Nico case with last line of Albion. This interesting stuff going on behind her voice. That's really cool. So. Great..

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"southeast austin" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"southeast austin" Discussed on The Takeaway

"And you mentioned that the two two men killed in the attacks a couple of weeks ago were from prominent african american families are police saying anything more about the potential of racially motivated seta crimes here unfortunately we don't have a lot of new information at this point you know they just said that they are approaching this from all angles and exploring all the possibilities including a potential hate crime but we really don't know a whole lot in terms of whether these folks were specifically targeted or whether these were random attacks we'll tell you i called it a shocking set of crimes it really boggles the mind if you're living in a neighborhood on the outskirts of austin all of a sudden to have letters packages essentially exploding it it's it's really amazing you've been speaking to some neighbors after yesterday's bombing what do they've been telling you sure so i went out to the neighborhood in southeast austin where the third latest explosion happened and there were so many folks just out on the sidewalk trying to get a sense of what xactly was going on and trying to see past these emergency vehicles that were blocking the road i talked with one young man is e guerrero who is actually a fifteen year old high school student who was home for his first day of spring break in this was certainly not how he was expecting to to spend his first off of school in isaiah told me that he felt the force of the explosion shook his house and he actually climbed onto the roof of his home to to see what had happened so a lot of questions a lot of folks just trying to gain and understanding of what's going on i also talk with another woman whose grandmother lived on the street where the explosion took place and she was told that her grandmother was evacuated on a bus along with some other residents and she took an uber across town to come and check on her grandma and get some some answers as to what was going on and she was able to locate her so just a lot of folks you know people have their guard up people are really looking to you know see what exactly is going on and searching for answers as completely.

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