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"stan standridge" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"stan standridge" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Thing delays starting writer on ilum as you make way down towards the one seventy five interchange I'm George feels in your next support at seven fifty eight a breaking traffic alerts when they happen let's check your forecast for a surgeon with chief meteorologist Dan Rudolph that wind is cold at six kicking out there thirty five mile an hour gusts to DFW just the last our temperatures have fallen into the mid to upper thirties we have some clearing skies so off to the northwest of DFW temperatures will continue to be cold though today about forty seven on average but the wind chills will be about ten degrees mild colder than that overnight lows tonight will dip a little bit below freezing upper twenties to near thirty wind five to fifteen light winds tomorrow warming up into the mid to upper fifties will Winship comes in late tomorrow evening but you won't notice it actually warmer on Friday low to mid sixties and then we're in the low to mid seventies this weekend into early next week a lot of wind this weekend as well but warming wind thunderstorm chances possible that's our next weather maker arrives in the late Monday and Tuesday more on that closer to this possible in that bundle up cold out thirty nine until twenty seven your news all day with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight news radio ten eighty KRLD good morning seven fifteen now we have an update on the story we told you about recently about the Texas teachers retirement systems plan to move into a new very pricey office in Austin teachers were outraged at the plan and let lawmakers know so the move has been scrapped at least for now I'd be honestly I think somebody's head all row state senator John Whitmire with sharp words for brain got three the executive director of the teacher retirement system the base annual lease of the deal in Austin's indeed tower would have cost around four million dollars a year three apologize then defended the decision we made a mistake when we made the decision to sign the lease all the fiduciary information made it clear that it was a good sound financial decision that made sense for the trust fund T. R. S.'s since found a better deal in another building in Austin Chris fox news radio ten eighty KRLD now seven fifty one Abilene is top cop is stepping down for love they are all these Barbara Schwartz has the story chief Stan Standridge who has been with the department for twenty five years is leaving so we can have a relationship with the police chaplain Beth Reeves and resignation letter to the city manager Standridge rights after his divorce was finalized two months ago he sought permission from the city to date reads he says that cause problems within the police department which led to his decision to leave Standridge was appointed chief of police in two thousand nine Reeves was with the department part time for five years before she came on full time in March of two thousand eighteen standards will stay on through.

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"stan standridge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"stan standridge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For police use of force vice mayor Betty Guardado says it'll give citizens investigative powers and our police chief will retain the final decision making powers in the police department but model B. provides our police chief with additional independent insights so that she can make her best decision announcement sound associates as creation of this board tells the police the community doesn't trust them councilman Jim Waring says it'll waste two million tax dollars to operate the marathon council meeting went on for five hours K. D. A. our eyes on the economy the stock market has been in a freefall for the past few days because of coronavirus fears but one expert says there's no need to panic art Hogan isn't worried feels very much like December of two thousand and eighteen in January of two thousand nineteen looked a whole lot better so just understand both of these normal in this is not the time to panic Hogan chief market strategist with national security says this latest selloff may not be over but to remember that historically stocks rise year over year Terry Alden or ABC news stomach governor Doug Ducey wants to exempt military pensions from our state's income tax but the Republican controlled Senate the shot that idea down but the defeat doesn't mean the tax cut won't make it into the final budget deal that's now being negotiated by the governor and majority Republicans in the house and Senate sure you're done that's the sound of Arizona's Senate ethics committee rejecting an activist groups complained that the lawmaker wrongly silence them senator Eddie Farnsworth throughout activist from lucha from this committee meeting two weeks ago when they call the bill racist that bill would have allowed voters to approve a constitutional amendment forbidding sanctuary cities which they say would harm immigrants governor Ducey later had that bill pulled the ethics committee ruled Farnsworth acted within his privileges to ensure an orderly meeting and that limiting testimony doesn't violate rights Peter say more KTAR news Katie a our eyes on parenting a new program at Phoenix to Aldrin's hospitals saving time and money by preparing kids for MRI eyes without anesthesia the M. R. I. prep program is easing fears and allowing kids to get MRI's without any anesthesia this not only saves families hundreds of dollars on the cost of anesthesia but hours of preparation MRI tech Adam Estrada explains they have to go six hours without eating or drinking anything you know if their appointment is at three o'clock in the afternoon you're going to majority day without eating or drinking anything so if you're able to save on that time prep and just say Hey we can get you through this body so far the program has had.

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