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Mask up or pay up: Houston police will hand out $250 fines to people who aren't wearing masks
"Story at the bottom of the hour. Governor Greg Abbott says local officials may be contributing to the spread of covert 19 by not enforcing his mask requirement. But while some say they will start writing tickets, others say the governor hasn't given them enough authority. Charlie's Alan Sky joins us with a story live, Alan. Have the Tarrant County District attorney's office is the governor's order is not enforceable because he does not allow people to be detained. Judge Glenn Whitney says. Detaining someone is what police do when they pulled somebody over for speeding or not wearing a seat belt, so there's no way to write a ticket. But in Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner disagrees. He says police there will start issuing $250 find people who, after their first warning It's all about public health and driving. I would number down especially one schooling is scheduled to start in September following us right around the corner with flu season. August, then becomes a very, very critical and Abbott says counties do have the authority. He says. Counties that do not enforce the rules are choosing not to enforce the rule. He compared the mask requirement to the seatbelt law. And while they may disagree over their enforcement options, Tarrant County is reporting a dip in new cases of over 19. They reported just 303 cases yesterday in their lowest hospital occupancy rate since June 20 1st Dallas County reported 382 new cases that's their lowest number of new cases since June 16.
New York State Establishes Two Church Testing Sites in Houston COVID-19 Hotspots
"Of New York, his partner with two churches in Houston to set a covert testing sites. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says Governor Andrew Cuomo reached out to help graciously offered to send support to the city of Houston potential free and aimed at minorities in the city.
Houston Mayor says coronavirus numbers slightly improving
"There's there's a a fire. fire. There's There's a a fire fire and and I I guess guess they they were were burning burning documents documents are are burning burning papers papers and and I I wonder wonder what what that's that's all all about. about. A A State State Department Department spokesperson spokesperson says says The The decision decision came came after after reports reports of of China China trying trying to to steal steal US covert 19 vaccine research and other materials. China calls it an unprecedented escalation and is threatening to retaliate if the US doesn't reverse the decision. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says the city's covert 19 numbers are improving slightly, but this is no time for the public to relax on being vigilant. We all know what to do shouldn't have to have to wait on a mandate of governmental mandate to do it. And so we do know, for example, if you can stay at home, stay at home if you can to work remotely from home to avoid large gathering, okay? Not to be having a backyard parties. Pool parties are going to be while be parties where there are large number of people. The city yesterday reported eight more covert 19 deaths dating back to June. Texas Senator John Cornyn, looking to help the
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Texas Sen. John Cornyn react to death of civil rights icon John Lewis
"Icons. icons. Of Of the the 19 19 sixties sixties civil civil rights rights movement. movement. Congressman Congressman John John Lewis Lewis has has died died at at the the age age of of 80 80 from from pancreatic pancreatic cancer. cancer. Few years ago, he was grand marshal of a Houston Martin Luther King Day Parade. This is Houston's mayor. Sylvester Turner. Congressman John Lewis, Gladiator Fight advocate for human rights, civil rights Flags at the White House and all over the country and half mast. Texas Senator John Cornyn said John Lewis left an indelible mark on the hearts of not only those in his home state of Georgia, but all over the country will be remembered for many things, but mainly is a fighter for civil rights.
Virus deaths are mounting in hot spots around U.S.
"139,000 Americans have now died in the pandemic disease. Account of debt has gone up by more than 900 a day. For four days. One of the hot spots has been Houston, where Mayor Sylvester Turner says the virus is running rampant, He warns residents people want to We're not assume responsibility. And continue to congregate in large numbers gathering no social distancing, no mask. And they are the ones who are going to be forcing. I stay home water. She has fought cancer before and is now fighting it again. Supreme Court Justice Ruth
Federal Judge Rules Houston Can Have Texas GOP Convention
"A federal judge in Houston has ruled this afternoon. The Texas GOP can have their in person convention at the Order by Judge Lynn Hughes overturns Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's cancellation of the contract between the party and the George R. Brown Convention Center, and the judges ruled the party can hold their convention either this weekend or next weekend. The convention was scheduled to begin yesterday at the convention center,
"sylvester turner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Mayor Sylvester Turner, who canceled the in Person convention due to the pandemic. Texas Democrats were quick to pounce, saying if they can't run the convention, it's no wonder they're terrible at running this state in Austin, Chris Fox News Radio, 10 80 K. R L D Arlington. The school district wants officials in Austin to give a local school districts across the state more freedom when it comes to online classes this fall. Governor Greg Abbott has said the Texas Education Agency does plan to give school district's more flexibility about their start dates for in person instruction. But officials in the Arlington I SD say they are still concerned that state funding will be linked to on campus attendance for part of the fall semester. They want that attendance requirement waved entirely and they want a guarantee that they could move to in person instruction on Lee when it's warranted by local conditions. The Arlington honesty is also calling on the state to suspend its school district in campus accountability ratings for the entire school year. Steven Pickering NEWS Radio 10 80 k. R. L D. The race is on to find a vaccine for the Corona virus, and one of the cars in the race is in North Texas, and researchers need volunteers to be a part of a vaccine trial. NBC FIVES Maria Guerrero has that story. Essential workers in particular are needed for this vaccine trial, those likely to be exposed to Cove in 19 at work. Benchmark medical research firm is launching clinical research trials in Fort Worth and is in need of adult participants. Frontline workers in regular contact with the public and likely to be exposed to the virus, those in the medical field construction workers, teachers, retail workers and delivery drivers. Clinical trials are conducted under FDA guidelines. Assessing the safety and effectiveness of each vaccine. A researcher at Baylor, Scott and White, who is not affiliated with this trial, spoke with us about vaccine trials in general, he says. Researchers don't know if something works or not until it's tested. So fighting people willing to go through a research base is key for any study without Thie altruism of citizens that want to help themselves, their family members and the good of society. We would never be able to get the research done so critically relying on them. Benchmark research is also searching for participants over 65 those with chronic health conditions. That's intensifies Maria Good little, We mentioned the numbers every day. The number of new cases new deaths across North Texas Dallas County, for instance, has already topped 500 Corona virus deaths since the pandemic started Charlie's LP, Phillips says those big numbers might be around for a while, as the number of new cases remains over 1000 daily. You can also expect the number of dance to grow in the days ahead. Dallas Dr Paul Peppy who leaves a worldwide network of emergency service, doctors says there is a 10 day the two week leg between those new cases and the number of those who will die from them. We will see an increasing number of cases of death, possibly still The next little while even if we get out of control because they always glad behind the onset of symptoms. If there is a plus, Papi says the hospitals are getting better at treating victims and the number otherwise would be higher. If those new skills were not being applied LP Phillips News Radio 10 80 year old 9 15 at K rld, traffic and weather together on the eights.
New York returns the favor, helps Houston open two new COVID-19 testing sites
"Has had record infections and deaths they locked down is the last thing that we need in the state of Texas. So Republican Governor Greg Abbott is again urging people to abide by his mask requirement. He's getting some help from New York. The state hardest hit back when all this started setting up testing sites in Houston. Fox's Tani jpowers live here in New York. Save the two new testing science or in minority communities in Houston, hard hit by covert 19 and they'll provide 1000 test a day. For the next two weeks, New York has sent PP and more than 20 healthcare workers to Houston. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner expressed his thanks that wait, for example, on us to call you on. You all have reached out to us in the city of Houston. Why should I want to thank you for your teams that are already on the ground, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said. The state is just returning the favour.
Texas GOP votes to hold convention online after legal fight
"Texas Republican Convention has officially been moved from Houston Online after two failed legal challenges Monday. Last Wednesday, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner terminated the contract between the GOP and the George R. Brown Convention Center due to the surge of the Corona virus pandemic After legal failures, GOP Lead counsel Wade Emmert convinced the executive committee to move on from holding an in person convention. It is my opinion that we are at that point that after two denial Ls. There is not a Bible legal remedy. On Monday night, the GOP executive committee voted 53 to 4 to approve plans for an online convention beginning Thursday. The runoff election is scheduled for today. The primary run offs were originally scheduled for May but were postponed because of the pandemic on the Democratic ballot. The most high profile contest is between M. J. Hagar and Royce West to see which one will run against incumbent GOP US Senator John Cornyn this fall. Meantime, three bear count Voting locations will be closed during today's primary runoff elections because the teams assigned to work them refused to show up. During the pandemic. There will be 214 votes centre's open for today's run offs instead of 217 in person. Voting at the open sites can be done from 7 a.m. to 7
Houston Hospitals Navigate NY-Like Surge, Mixed Messages
"Now here in Houston health officials over at the medical, center say sixty two thousand coronavirus cases are being reported across our local region. Close to four hundred people are being admitted to the MED center each day. That's been the case since the end of June a month ago, the average was about one hundred people a day. The Texas Medical Center remains in phase two of its intensive care capacity plan at the current ICU growth rate Michael Medical Center leaders think it's unlikely they'll have to move in face three within the next two weeks now as cases surge. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is still calling on the governor to order a two week. Shut down while Governor Rabbit has said putting the state back on lockdown is a last resort, but the state is doing what it can to help. Fight the spread of the virus. A US army medical force arrived in Houston yesterday. Health officials say the eighty five member task force comprises of medical and support professionals from the army reserve, and they'll use a wing out in the United Memorial Medical Center and start transferring covid nineteen patients from other hospitals to help lighten the load and build more efficiency and capacity space for these hospitals and quickly Michael. A medical resort is opening up in the Willow Brook area. This will be a nursing home that's been vacated and it'll be used to take care of patients who've been hospitalized and who are on their way to recovery to medical resorts are already currently in Operation
Texas Supreme Court denies Texas GOP's appeal to hold in-person convention this week in Houston
"And in person convention for Texas. Republicans Cancelled over Corona Virus The Texas Supreme Court dismissed an appeal today sought by the state's Republican Party. The GOP convention was scheduled to begin Thursday. Houston's downtown convention center Houston Democratic Mayor Sylvester Turner said last week it directed city lawyers to terminate the contract because he believed the event could not be held safely. You denied his decision was politically motivated
Houston cancels Texas GOP convention
"Of this month. News A, says Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, a Democrat, sparked a political firestorm this past week when he pulled the plug on the Texas Republican Party convention. Convention was scheduled to take place this coming week in Houston said he's been hit hard station says by covert 19 and the mayor said he didn't want the GOP meeting to go on for health and safety reasons. Travis County Republican chair Matt McCoy Jack tells news There was no perfect option here. There are risks to doing it. And not like this. You have people coming in from all over the state of Texas, perhaps bring Corona virus with them if they're asymptomatic, but more importantly, by congregating together, even if you do it as safely as possible. You could contract the virus. Get back to wherever you live and again, he said the Republican convention had gone beyond Houston's public health guidelines in preparation, including canceling events, adding hand sanitizer stations, temperature checks and encouraging but not requiring attendees to wear masks. The station ads now Republicans are fighting legally to still hold their convention. At least two lawsuits have been filed
‘We opened too quickly, too soon’: Houston Mayor Turner proposes a shutdown as city’s COVID-19 case count rises
"Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner now says we open too quickly too soon. The mayor proposes a shut down his city's covered 19 case count rises. Turner's comments came is Corona virus cases in the city and state of reached record levels. Daily Deaths have risen in hospitals have seen an increase in the number of patients with covert
Texas Judge Refuses To Force Houston To Host State Republican Party’s In-Person Convention
"In Texas. The battle rages on between the city of Houston and the state's Republican Party. On Monday, delegates to the state GOP convention are to start holding committee meetings at Houston's Downtown convention center. But because of covert 19 concerns, says Mayor Sylvester Turner, I believe canceling The in person convention is the responsible action to take. A judge has refused the party's request to order the convention to go ahead. So attorneys for the Texas Republican Party planned to take their case to the Texas Supreme Court. Jim Ryan
"sylvester turner" Discussed on Houston Matters
"Of engagement So it's it's. It's a lot of online misinformation that people are seeing. It turns out this website called news guard that can actually rate different websites for you to talk about the legitimacy of their news. I've actually downloaded on my computer and it's working pretty well. public health departments more important than ever put. Their funding doesn't seem to reflect that Yes, definitely what we've seen since two thousand ten spending for state, public health departments has dropped sixteen percent per capita spending for local health departments has fallen by eighteen percent, so we wonder how we got into this particular problem. Well, that's probably a good good reason for it. Every week you end your blog. I seem to think and I'm sure you guys are planning at this way with something? That's kind of like a cherry on top, even though it's such a dark time for us, and it's the testing in public, a lot of people have been using temperature to determine whether or not you might have been exposed to the virus which I'm always concerned with, because not everyone shows though symptoms, but okay, but they're adding a new one for testing when you walk into public places or maybe numbers of people. What is it that they're looking at? Who Will you know? They're looking at smell test because a study has found that cove in nineteen patients were twenty seven times more likely to lose their sense of smell relative to people who don't have it, and it turns out. If you look at the fever test, it's only it you know. People are with covert or only two point, six percent, more likely or two point six times more likely. To have the fever, so so the smell test is much more accurate, but then it starts getting thinking Ooh, you know. What kind of smell test could we have at airports or these other places you know scratch and sniff could be really brought to a new level I was thinking of the scratch and sniff card. Thank you so much every week. Doctor who joins us to share with us? The latest findings from the Baker Institute Vivian Ho Covid Nineteen Blog I. Call it that because it's easy to find it that way Baker Institute Dot Org Slash Vivian Ho covid nineteen..
"sylvester turner" Discussed on Houston Matters
"As we now begin all Friday show with Dr Vivian, how who you may have recently heard. Heard as early as this morning on Houston, matters on the morning edition. She's a health economist at Rice University, Baker Institute and at Baylor College of Medicine and she's here to share information on the latest updates on the corona virus. You can read more about all of this at Baker Institute. Dot Org. Slash, Vivian Ho covid nineteen. Hello, Dr Ho Higher. It's good to be here I. I like the fact you're spending an awful lot of time with us today. We had in the morning and now we have you on the afternoon show. It would be nice if it were different issues, but We'll have to deal with that, but you know what you are. The person to to turn to four these issues especially for taking a look at what's going on in the world around us especially when it comes to covid nineteen and we're usually like to start off of your blog. Each week is taking a look back at the numbers and how we're doing as a nation I guess the number of infections which we probably have seen and heard over, and over again is on the rise, and it went up considerably this week. Yes unfortunately if we're looking from yesterday, compared to a week ago on July, first the the smooth number of cases looking over the seven day average Scott up twenty one percent, so we've gone from forty three thousand cases to fifty two thousand house, the positivity right Ben, though within those numbers well, unfortunately, the percent testing positive is also increased..
Texas Republicans sue Houston, mayor for canceling convention
"Have followed through on their plan to sue the city of Houston for canceling next week. Scheduled in person GOP State Convention due to the Cova 19 pandemic K rld Austin bureau chief Chris Fox has more. On Wednesday. Texas Republican Party chair James Dickey told delegates. Legal action was imminent. After Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner pulled the plug on hosting their convention. We will pursue all legal options possible against the city of Houston, and they have for breach of contract. Mayor Turner feels confident the city will win. It's ironic that they're going to the courthouse that in many cases is hearing and seeing cases virtually to ask them to agree to allow 6000 people to meet in person and online convention is the GOP Back up plan in
Jacksonville attorneys file lawsuit to block city from hosting Republican National Convention amid pandemic
"Idea. A group of Jacksonville attorneys are suing to stop the city from hosting that Republican National Convention next month. This's to block the Republican National Convention, yet also claims that convention would be a nuisance and injuries to the health and welfare of the community. Yeah, well, Florida has seen a dramatic spike in Corona virus cases in recent weeks and currently averaging more than 10,000 cases a day. The RNC says it's committed to holding a safe convention with a limited crowd size and distributing facemask Mayor Sylvester Turner. He's actually made a move to cancel the Texas GOP Party convention, and you heard there are other The news. The GOP of
Texas GOP convention in Houston is cancelled, Mayor Sylvester Turner announces
"In Texas Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner, cancels the city's contract for the Texas Republican Convention is convention is not moving forward. And it's because of the public health risk that it posed. Republicans have insisted on an in person convention Indoors Health official in Tulsa links a rise in cases in his city to President Trump's campaign rally two weeks ago. In the subsequent protests, a local doctor weighs in
"sylvester turner" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says his medical advisors called gathering of more than 6000 delegates, a clear and present danger. Mayor Turner work with Houston First, the operator of the George R. Brown Convention Center to get the in person convention canceled, he said. When the Texas GOP refused to do it themselves. He stepped in. We closed down. Houston last actual in the rodeo, and this convention is no greater are better. And so the answer, Wass. If you're not going to do it, I'm not going to abdicate my row as the mayor of this city to protect the health, safety and welfare of every single person in the Republican Party of Texas has said they would weigh their legal options. Their backup plan would be in online convention in Austin, Chris Fox News Radio 10 80 k. R. L D now joined by Mark Jones, political science professor. Rice University Mark, Thanks for the time. My pleasure. How quickly did this turn Political with one side, saying that this is just something that the Democratic Party has done because it's a Democratic mayor. Well in our things. Sylvester Turner probably did both his part of the city of Houston, as well as the Republican Party a favor since the optics of holding a five or 6000 person convention in the city with escalating Copan 19 infection rate was was bad for the Republicans as we move towards November, So I think really Governor Abbott and Republicans who want to win in November. Did Oh, Sylvester Turner that a gratitude. Are we hearing that they're going to try to make this virtual or what's the next step now? Well, now they're our only real option is a virtual convention, which will be very similar to what the Democrats did, and it's relatively easy to get done what they need to be done with just tickly and bureaucratically via an online convention. The downside Republicans will have is that they have a relatively short time frame. To put that virtual convention together, So they're going to have to work hard over the next week to get the logistics in place so that they'll have a functioning virtual convention, although hopefully from a logistics perspective, they at least were considering this is a possible plan B. I was just going to ask. How do they put together a virtual convention? Because when you think about conventions you See a lot of faces. I guess they would all have to be in attendance on one big zoo meeting with hundreds or thousands of people. Well, you can have you can have different types of participants in a zoom can scale up. Are down to allow enough people to participate, either watching things more where it's more like a streaming video and then for smaller groups that can actually have participation with a moderator in control, So it's very feasible. The Democrat saw the Democrats do it last month, and it went off without a hitch. So do you think this sets a president for any other conventions? Now, as we are seeing the pandemic continue. I mean, they're saying That That is the reason why it's being canceled right? Because the pandemic continue. So were there any other conventions right now that we know of on the radar? No, I mean there was one down in San Antonio, the high school. Ah, there are high school coaches that was going to occur, But that was cancelled. And the reality is no one wants to be holding large conventions in the midst of a pandemic is a bad idea. And the Republican Party actually made a mistake when they are released. The leadership did when they voted to continue to hold it a few weeks ago by I think it was a 40 to 1 20 votes. There was really no good grounds to hold it other than two per symbolic reasons and the nature of the pandemic and the reality. They also didn't know. Most of the attendees would have been in the high risk category made it sound public policies. Sound has health policy to cancel it, Mark. Thanks my pleasure. That's Mark Jones from Rice University. 5 15 here at news Radio, 10 80 k R L D the Skeeters are back. There's one more problem thanks 2020 The weather in North Texas. Khun Change.
Texas GOP convention in Houston is cancelled, Mayor Sylvester Turner announces
"Of Corona virus keeps climbing in Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says the city cancel the in person convention for the Texas GOP. I have instructed HFC the Houston first cooperation to exercise his contract, Shil, right. To counsel to stay Republican Party convention due to the pandemic they plan to hold that convention in person starting next Thursday at the Brown Convention Center would brought 6000 people to the town. Earlier this week, the Republican Party said they have several safety measures in place. Some had said they wanted to try. This is a virtual convention, but that's kind of off the table. So they got a week to find another place to hold that convention. The
Houston Mayor Directs City To Explore Legal Options To Cancel In-Person GOP Convention
"The Texas Republican Party's in person convention, scheduled for next week in Houston, K are oldies Austin bureau chief Chris Fox reports. This comes as Houston faces a surgeon covert 19 cases and hospitalizations number one is to help people in this city. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner telling the City Council that he's asked City legal to review the contract between the Texas GOP and the operator of the George R. Brown Convention Center. The plan is to exercise those provisions to counsel this agreement. This contract today tonight is convention. The convention is scheduled for July 16th threw the 18th party chair James Dickey dug in on Monday. We're not going to let anything stop us from from a a a successful successful successful convention convention convention in in in Austin, Austin, Austin, Chris Chris Chris Fox Fox Fox News News News Radio Radio Radio 10 10 10 80 80 80 k k k R R R L L L D D D Your Your Your News News News continues continues continues for for for Barrett Barrett Barrett Pest Pest Pest control. control. control. The Arlington
"sylvester turner" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Workers all the operation America strong and was meant to inspire national unity from here the pilots flew on to Trenton and Philadelphia as more data come in about the corona virus outbreak from various locations in the country university of Washington adjusts its projections and with fifty six thousand deaths in the United States so far the school's institute for health metrics and evaluation now forecasts a higher death tolls seventy four thousand even so more and more states have begun re opening and non this met the guidelines established by the White House coronavirus task force the latest date that will ease restrictions is Texas starting Friday it will allow businesses including malls retail stores theaters and restaurants to re open but with an occupancy limit of twenty five percent the mayor of Houston Sylvester Turner will have to go along but he says the order may not be right for his said I know people want to open up I got that but many of the people who live in these communities these are individuals who are serving the tables and these are the people who are riding the bus and what they are asking for is not necessarily when we were going to open but may I tell me what are you going to do to keep us safe the university of Washington model isn't the only one out there a new coronavirus simulator has been created by a hospital in Boston the simulator developed at Massachusetts General Hospital suggested coronavirus deaths in the state would stay below five thousand if restrictions are followed through August if they're lifted the simulator said deaths could be nearly ten times that the strategy in Georgia which is already open some businesses could be risking twenty three thousand deaths nationwide the simulator.
"sylvester turner" Discussed on KTRH
"Mayor Sylvester Turner says we can expect dramatic jumps in the number of reported cases from time to time because the way the lab report results used to medical chief Dr David purses numbers may seem kind of wonky the federal government for example with the testing sites is engaged in the national large commercial labs and they're taking priority which means some of the other labs in the community are looking at very long delays in getting their answers back up to as much as two weeks in some cases he says lab labs report to the city or county every week or ten days causing dramatic spikes city of Houston reports eighty one new cases of covered nineteen bringing its total to four hundred fifty eight with four deaths Harris County health reporting eighty six to cover nineteen cases as of Wednesday in the unincorporated part of the county for a total of three hundred eighty nine cases the county also reporting seventy four recovered cases up from thirteen a day ago Galveston county reports twelve new code nineteen cases for a total of a hundred eighteen but also five new recoveries for a total of twenty six recoveries reported and cover categorizing its first death related to covert nineteen two men passed away who were residents of the conservatory at Alden bridge as the senior living community under a shelter in place order due to at least a dozen code nineteen cases one of the men was in his nineties the other in his eighties but every county meanwhile confirming seventy new cases of covert nineteen for a total of one hundred ten cases in that Callie but there is some good news the county's first Casey Patton village police officer reported a month ago who had been in critical condition for weeks has now been upgraded to fair condition the number of covered nineteen cases in Houston is is is expected to peak in several weeks that's according to mayor Sylvester Turner I was on a conference call on yesterday with Dr Peter Hotez who is a leading academic knowledge is at Baylor and what he indicated he's is that he felt that the peak for this for the state of Texas the peak in his view would come somewhere around may the second Turner said the city is leasing two hotels according to city workers and first responders and working with the county on the third the city also opened a second testing said yesterday that'll double its daily testing capacity KTRE since time is now one oh three president trump at the White House daily coronavirus briefing yesterday saying that everyone needs to hang tough for a little while and we'll get through it all difficult days are ahead for our nation we're going to have a couple of weeks of starting pretty much now but especially a few days from now that are going to be horrific but even in the most challenging of times Americans do not despair we do not give in to fear we pull together we persevere and we overcome and we win the president adding the greatest weapon we have against the virus is the spirit and the will of the American people many are being extra careful when it comes to food safety during the corona virus outbreak according to Dr donda Shafter a food safety microbiologist at Rutgers University wiping down your groceries that you bring home from the market is not necessary I'm not recommending that people white things down before they bring them into the house the chance that was coronavirus on them to begin with is very very low Dr Schaffner says you don't have to go crazy disinfecting food and food packages just follow good safety practices and some people like to watch their food with so but cold water is really all you need our next updates of one thirty breaking information as it happens now it's time for another hour.
"sylvester turner" Discussed on KOMO
"Student Sylvester Turner who is a telling minor reporters the I sergeant know a in lot his of final the girls moment are of life a little used upset his police radio to broadcast not information a little but their about allies the shooter and they're that angry lead to an arrest within is hours like every that's just single something that day it wouldn't happen our either police officers show sheriff's up office as a they school come to work resource officer requested they go to work the investigation leave their homes detectives and I know then what found they're going probable to face cause on any on any given statement day the district the woman who said said in her part boyfriend quote had been protecting assaulting our her and student was armed safety called is nine of one the one utmost and that's importance when sergeant to Christopher us Brewster we treat responded allegations of inappropriate a vigil at contact the Naval Air with Station students Pensacola Saturday a afternoon sleek at and a chapel will investigate doesn't stood arm in arm the school during a is prayer services shouldn't they remember be the compared three lives to anything that taken by a shooter who opened does fire at the base between Friday and Roger White House attended I the don't service think spoke I to don't ABC think people news should about like how to deal with this tragedy so can the we third get a shower is being held together at the United kids out county and we're gonna jail be and the district is asking more talks anyone who focused might know on anything getting more this about done this and pushing forward to get in and touch being with strong deputies is your community in Bremerton Cole Miller the como three men use killed were identified there is a deadly Saturday crash ensign Joshua on Whidbey Caleb Island Watson overnight twenty three the from man coffee was Alabama killed but airman two small Muhammad girls some item survived nineteen from it Saint happened Petersburg at fifty Florida seventh and Bob Ehrman Galbraith apprentice road cameras in got Clinton Walter from Richmond the car hill Georgia ended up tumbling down two hundred Wall feet Street closed of an embankment up for the weekend with the Dow gaining the driver was three not hundred wearing a seat thirty belt seven points but the the S. two and four P. at year a twenty old girls eight while the were nasdaq able to rose get out of eighty the car six points and climbed up this to the is side ABC of the road news a passing driver saw the man was able to call for help a Seattle police is investigation into a standing in the east green lake area it happened just before two o'clock Saturday morning and Seattle fire says the man who was stabbed was about thirty years old he was taken to Harborview in serious condition there was a shooting last night in what like terrorists officers raced to an area near terraced creek park after shots were fired police searched the area they found a car that was headed to the hospital with an injured person inside there were three people in the car but only one of them was hurt in a gunshot wound to the lower back that person is now Harborview no word on their condition the Washington state patrol says it's moving away from managing ferry managing traffic around ferry terminals the agency says it wants to focus on ferry safety and security instead traffic management is no longer in their operating budget and the final rate terminal in west Seattle was the only one to re hire them to traffic services are being discontinued and all the other terminals we can still call the state patrol to report problems on the fairies.
"sylvester turner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Houston there Sylvester Turner is warning residents to watch out because conditions are still dangerous there's a lot of hot water out there. be careful being getting close to the values the water levels are high and if you go you know you know we don't want anybody slipping and falling into these channels hundreds of people were stranded in their cars and had to be rescued CBS news update Allison Keyes case CBS news time seven thirty one we continue to follow a developing news at San Jose State University police there are asking people to stay away from the university library because of reports of shots fired the shots were first reported before seven o'clock tonight near San Fernando in fourth streets police are on the scene they say so far there are no reports of any injuries but there is some property damage one person did tweet a picture of a window at the library that was shattered a student told a reporter they were sitting near the window when the glass went everywhere now this incident is not related to a team with a gun was seen on the campus earlier in the day and arrested and of course as we get more information we will pass it along to you community groups in San Jose are condemning a proposal that would reduce developer fees on nine proposed high rise projects in downtown KCBS is my Colgan says opponents are calling it a give away one of those making that claim outside San Jose city hall was Banfield who heads up the South Bay labor council we're here because the mayor and other city leaders are proposing a sixty seven million dollar giveaway to developers. they're going to subsidize nine big downtown high rises luxury apartments and what are we getting in return we're not getting affordable housing but Matthew my hood CEO of Silicon Valley organization the region's largest chamber of commerce so the fee reduction isn't a giveaway but an inducement to get more residential high rises built developing and building in the city of San Jose and Silicon Valley are the highest construction costs in the country if we want to build an urban dance environment that's both housing and jobs in downtown San Jose we have to find a way to get these projects the pencil the city council will vote on the proposal on Tuesday the Silicon Valley bureau why Colgan KCBS a crew member who was on board the dive boat that sank in a deadly fire is now suing the boat's owners details now from KCBS is Jim Taylor the Labor Day infernal onboard the conception killed thirty four people one crew member who escaped with serious injuries Ryan Sam's filing suit alleging the owners were negligent in their failure to properly train crew members give adequate safety and medical equipment and provide safety rule Mr Sims is now a plaintiff but he will now be subject to also giving deposition testimony in the family's cases against the boat owner San Jose attorney legal analyst Steve Clark I think you will see in very short order that the victims families will now seek a lawsuit in court and get this process moving because they clearly have someone who has a lot of information who is presented that information publicly in his own lawsuit Sims was one of five crew members of sleep on the deck of the conception at the time he broke his leg in three places jumping down to escape into the water Jim Taylor KCBS a Japanese court says three former executives for Tokyo electric power company are not guilty of professional negligence in the twenty eleven Fukushima nuclear power plant meltdowns. Thursday's ruling a Tokyo District Court marked the end of the only criminal trial in a nuclear disaster that is kept tens of thousands of residents from their homes because of lingering radiation contamination the court said they were also not guilty and causing the death of forty four elderly patients forcibly evacuated from local hospitals a former TEPCO power company president and two former executives were charged over failing to foresee the tsunami that struck the plant after an earthquake and failing to take preventative measures that would have saved the plant on Japan's northeastern coast the three men have said they could not have predicted.
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"No way your cars and if you do that so we did see a lot of cards sold out other side of the road or for that matter they would just park them and leave them there in the middle of the road the situation is not much better in the Houston area were bush intercontinental airport the second busiest in Texas is closed and is not expected to re open until tomorrow afternoon more than a thousand people have been rescued or a. accu waited in Houston mayor Sylvester Turner I want to encourage everyone just to stay where you are and allow this system to clear the area and for some who thought they Dodge the ultimate bullet with Harvey two years ago Amalda has turned out to be worse never flooded before and and we had a lot worse rain and that's and it's never been this bad then there are those who rebuilt after Harvey only to have their hearts broken again by Imelda Denise Bruce ardor husband live across from a wildlife preserve in Jefferson County Broussard told the Houston Chronicle they looked out into their flooded front yard today and spotted a six foot alligator looking back at them Broussard says she's not leaving the house until she knows that Gator is gone Chris summer news radio ten eighty KRLD scary things come out during that is scary well governor Abbott today issued a disaster declaration for thirteen counties in southeast Texas including the greater Houston area and Beaumont Port Arthur traffic on the tollway starting to build up there's a crash will have an update for you coming up with the traffic and weather together on the aids in three minutes. when you need information I listen to it anytime I know I can always. dependable when you need local news balanced coverage and fair reporting you tell us what.
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"A missing four year old girl, mayor Sylvester Turner noted that it's too early to say if the remains of the child found in Arkansas, those of malaria Davis, do know that the remains are someone's child, we know forensic examinations have to make that final determination. The remains of child were found in Arkansas on Friday after police, acted on information from the stepfather of missing. Malaysia Davis HPD's executive assistant chief Troy Fenner says in -ticipant, it's murder charges will be filed in the case, but that decision will have to wait until the right time in the investigation. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. The Los Angeles police union is calling for more professional sanitation, as an officer recovers from typhoid fever, Robert Harris on the Los Angeles police protective league met with the police chief and established. Feeling that I got when I left that meeting was they do wanna put into place, some ongoing systemic protocols so that we don't have to go through this again. He says the chief is agreeing to more aggressive cleaning procedures the Los Angeles Police Department central division station is being cited by state. Inspectors for unsanitary conditions. There isn't a definitive link between the officers, typhoid fever, and the homeless population, but officers have recently come down with various infectious. Diseases, several officers who work with this cop are also fighting on this is but there's no determination, if they also have typhoid fever, Connecticut. Police are reclassifying a search for a missing woman into a homicide investigation after finding blood inside her home. Fifty year old Jennifer Farber Delos vanished last Friday after dropping her children off at school. The mother of five Chevy suburban was found abandoned at an air by park firefighters battling twenty five hundred acre white wing fire. Now have. About ten percent, contained the blaze broke out yesterday, about seven miles east of Whitman and grew rapidly. Tiffany, Davila of the Zona department of forestry and fire. Management says crews were helped by cooler weather overnight, but things could get more complicated as temperatures heat up hamburgers, obviously, decrease the moisture in the fuels and kind of destroy them on the active kindling. So that's why we saw this by your take off so quickly yesterday and grow as much as it did within those few hours, the scripts national spelling bee has eight co champions for the first time the judges say they through the dictionary, the champions, but they ran out of words that could possibly challenge. Such great spellers each will take home, a check a fifty thousand dollars deem you to NBC News Radio. Have you ever wondered how the smartest marketers cut through the noise? I'm Bob hitmen chairman and CEO of iheartmedia and on my new show. Math and magic. I'm sitting down with the day's most gifted disruptors.
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"One. Our top story. The ball is now a mayor Sylvester Turner's after a Harris County judge today rejected the city's request to block the firefighter unions prop be from taking effect. The mayor's office argued initiative will cost upwards of one hundred million dollars and resultant hundreds of layoffs fire union president mardi linked in calls that a scare tactic. Put for data analysis research efficiency studies in order to address from our perspective what the priorities should be. Or what we believe as taxpayers as people that nine one one and expect a service should know that they're getting Houston's police. Union responded to the ruling with a statement saying it could result in hundreds of officers being laid off fort bend county. Judge has ordered ninety five sets of remains discovered during a school construction project earlier this year to stay in place, while both sides workout an agreement. Archaeologists believe the remains or possibly slaves and advocates Raskin for DNA testing to help identify them. It's very likely that there are descendancy simply takes time to do the DNA testing the genealogical record examination and for members of the community to become more aware that these remains have been discovered for been dynasty wants the remains taken to a secure cemetery in the city saying the construction delay is costing the district one hundred seventy thousand dollars a month. President Trump today launched the Pentagon's new space. Command an effort to better organize an advanced the military's vast operations in space that could cost as much as eight hundred million dollars over the next five years speaking at the Kennedy Space Center, vice President Mike Pence said a new era of American national security and space is beginning. The US space command will integrate space capabilities across. All branches of the military. It will develop the space doctrine tactics. Techniques and procedures that will enable our warfighters to defend our nation in this new era disorder separate from the president's much-touted goal of creating a space force as an independent armed services branch. But is considered a first step in that direction? On Capitol Hill still no deal on a potential plan to avoid a government shutdown at the end of the week after democratic leaders rejected the latest border funding proposal. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he'll consult with the White House sent a path forward. I think that Senator Shelby not made. What was a reasonable offer net? Offer included a billion dollar discretionary fund for the president's immigration policy. Something democratic leader Chuck Schumer says is unacceptable. We Democrats have made to reasonable offers that could earn overwhelming bipartisan support in both the house and Senate. Both leaders, however, suggest a short-term spending Bill does remain an option without any other deal on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News KTAR h news time four oh. Four time to check your money. Here's KTAR h money, man. Patch brought to you.
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"Eighty one degrees at two three i'm bread veteran newsradio ten eighty krld a main was struck and killed by a tractor trailer early saturday morning while trying to cross the northbound lanes of state highway three sixty owing to police say it happened around three fifteen am the man was walking in the center lane near avenue j when he was struck the driver the semi called the police nor remained at the scene the anna not identified man died at the scene drain dusty for the second time in two weeks african dust will be blowing into north texas here's what care all these nikki haley had to say round two of the saharan dust will be rolling in today and lingering through the first half of the week according to the weather channel the cross global dusting happens one time to time especially in the summer now the good news is there isn't any health hazards linked to the dust it will pretty much just make disguise hazy and it will irritate allergy suffers but one benefit is that it can possibly prevent hurricanes tropical storms from developing nikki haley newsradio ten eighty krld houston mayor sylvester turner is leading a south african south american trade and investment mission with stops in peru chile and argentina the trip which last through friday includes turner and members of the greater houston partnership houston is home to nearly seventeen thousand people of peruvian chilean and argentinian descent turner estimates that trade relations between houston and those three countries are valued an average at nine billion dollars annually the mayor and his group are also planning to promote tourism in houston david rural newsradio ten eighty krld charges have been dismissed against a woman in the two thousand sixteen shooting deaths of her parents in odessa after brother pleaded guilty to the killings grace mcdonald was released friday after prosecutors senate insufficient evidence james gregory.
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"The cubs past the dodgers in the tenth inning two two one splitting it all day doubleheader cleveland sends the white sox to their six loss in a row six three more forty five futures are up nine points going up to seventy two today in chicago cbs news update there's a new report very young immigrant children under the age of four are being separated from their parents and housed in three tender age shelters in south texas the associated press says the administration has leased space to set up a fourth in houston mayor sylvester turner now comes a time when americans when you stony ins when texans have to say to those higher than ourselves this is wrong this is wrong president trump has met with republicans in the house considering rival immigration reform bills he's told them he is one hundred percent behind both of them florida republican carlos corbala judging from how this one i have some optimism that this could actually get done it will be difficult this is an uphill battle still because again immigration is an issue that scares a lot of people cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez wbz news time five thirty two to call the police officer robert realm oh is expected to be back on the witness stand for most of the day and the wrongful death suit filed by the family of quin tonioli greer state attorneys called rail motoo the stand so he faced hostile questioning from the beginning real gave one or two word answers contradicted himself several times and said he could not recall certain details for instance he said he did not speak with his partner after the shootings even though he told attorneys last year he did so several times and he admitted he left his baton in the car that night his attorney is joel brodsky starting backwards he's being cross examined which usually comes after your give your testimony than your cross examined by the other side we almost said his police academy de escalation training was utterly a joke but said he never sought additional training elsewhere bob roberts newsradio on what i'll five point nine fm and politics their latest round of dueling tv commercials republican governor bruce rounder and his democratic challenger jay pritzker get personal and slam each other over taxes around our campaigns new ad resurrects our.
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"A federal appeals court upheld a bulk of senate bill four the law essentially prohibits any supervisor from preventing officers or deputies for questioning the immigration status of people they have detained or placed under arrest if an immigration lawyer at the texas civil rights project says police should have a reason to pull someone over like a traffic violation they cannot be stopped only to ask them for their immigration status you're listening to the laura ingraham show eight five five forty laura so you can't stop people from you know if they're just driving down the road and ask about their immigration status we are not the arm of ice where not ice that's what the houston mayor is saying that we're not ice no no no we're not going to do their job we don't care what the federal court of appeals ruled fifth circuit ruled that texas is within its right to ban sanctuary city policies in its throughout the state which is vast but that houston police department overseen by sylvester turner he went to this big rally against the anti sanctuary city law and he said my position isn't changing wow joining us now lieutenant governor dan patrick who also address horrible situation with these bombings in in austin texas which is happening dan it's it's great to talk to you boy this was wild with the fifth circuit ruling that you guys were oil within your constitutional and statewide right to ban sanctuary cities and their policies and yet you still have some sheriffs in mayors who seem that there's not going to even pay attention to the ruling i wanna keep high lar always great to be with you i believe it's only one sheriff one sheriff who happens to be running for governor doesn't want to follow the fifth circuit court doesn't want to follow the law in my view that should disqualify her with the voters for running for governor let me give you some stats law but i always important to put out there so people know why banning sanctuary cities or important is courting to our public safety department of public safety our state police.
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"Check to houston mayor sylvester turner cash it today turner wanted the state to take money from its rainy day funded to help pay for damage but abbott says that would have wiped out the ten billion dollar fund is not just sit of houston that has nays congress has approved billions for recovery along the texas coast an avid says he'll call a special session of the state legislature if houston needs more i'm alan scaia at least two people including a police officer are killed by roadside bombs in afghanistan's western herat province an afghan government spokesman says another officer wanted one a police vehicle triggered the explosion in a separate incident of civilian motorcycle hit a roadside bomb killing one civilian and wounding another emission donned district iraq's military preparing to take control of the international borders of the northern kurdish region preparations part of the central government stepped up efforts to isolate the kurds following their vote on independence earlier this week iraqi troops now in turkey and iran are expected to start enforcing control over the border crossings out of the kurdish region starting today the mayor of dr seuss's hometown firing back at a massachusetts school librarian of called the authors books racist and cliche in rejecting a donation of them from allowing a trump springfield mayor dom sanoh saying the comments of cambridge public schools liberian liz phipps sirrel where political correctness at its worst dr sousse born and raised in springfield israel neighbors the guys will never lose going to get with me but i promise you one thing we at.
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"Of the texas gulf coast and louis easy and i will get its fair share of rain to as tropical storm harvey moves on let's get more now from accu weather and meteorologist dave samuel center of harvey is now out over the gulf of mexico mexico over 80degree water and could pick up a little bit of strength as it heads back towards the end it will be moving in tomorrow overtly zana texas border area but it will continue to the rain across southeast texas in the rate is still heavy across houston extreme rainfall occurring now southeast of houston cheever's county or to the neighbouring county off seeing up upwards of six seven inches just in the last two hour so very nasty stuff out there we'll see another six or twelve inches of rain across the houston in metro so flooding conditions just being exacerbated on top of what's already a cataclysmic disaster any that's really what it is i will see the refinery taper off down there by thursday morning and giving those folks some time to catch their breath back to you the red cross says seventeen thousand people are seeking shelter in houston that includes nine nine thousand at the main convention center which was a quipped to handle about five thousand mayor sylvester turner is asking fema for more food clothing and shelter assistance but he says no one will be turned away lease be on notice the situation still remains dynamic and we'll be with the dynamic throughout the editor at the next 24 hours president trump is in corpus christi looking at the damage their here's correspondent jim ryan a few supporters of the president or holding signs and flags outside of firehouse where the first couple of his meeting with disaster planners and emergency responders who've been living the reality of harvey for the last five days texas governor greg abbott met the president on the tarmac he says he supports the white house plan not to visit disaster sites personally for fear of disrupting search and rescue war recovery efforts in a series of radio interviews today vicepresident pence said the trump administration will be.
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"The gallery furniture studio ktrh and mattress mack is at added again gallery furniture is open to location and they did this last night they've taken two of their locations and turn those into shelters i 45 north location between tidwell and parker and also the location off grand parkway in the richmond area they are available they got some food for you they have water for you and of course you know they have natural causes and match your smack gave us a quote he says he's stony ends had a safe dry place to take shelter at gallery furniture so if they can come here they are welcome we hope to give them some comfort in this incredibly difficult time naked oster smack you can also go to the georgia or brown but don't take pets however many other places will the denver harbor multiservice centre on market the fifth warned multiservice centre on market sunnyside multiservice centre on cullen the third weren't multiservice centre on ennis and the west end multiservice center on heights boulevard tell us about ten o'clock this morning we had a press conference mayor sylvester turner had quite a bit of information that was essential to pass along we're going to run a little clip of that right now let me talk about the addicts barker situation because they have started has started to release water from barca addicts and vowed to near releasing as of may an hour ago about twenty six hundred cubic feet per second from addicts and about twenty hundred cubic feet per second from barca flow briefly about five thousand cubic feet that was at about an hour we are going to gradually increase that up to about eight thousand in cubic feet which will go up till about noon.