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COVID-19 cases surge in Texas
"As Corona. Virus cases continue to surge in Texas A new study shows the state may nearly triple the number of daily Koven deaths in the next two weeks in projects 2600 deaths in Texas during that time, the Texas Education Agency releasing new guidelines for schools amid the pandemic, the changes allow for schools to switch to virtual learning if they're staffing shortages or if there are confirmed cases in the building. That boy schools have to notify the ta and complete required paperwork. When schools do reopen, students will be allowed to attend in verse in classes if they want
Dallas - Texas Education Agency allows school districts to remove students from remote learning
"The Texas Education Agency is letting school district's returns from struggling students to the classroom. The TA told school superintendents they could require students to come back to school if they were failing are not attending virtual classes. Parents can appeal any on campus requirements, then meet with district leadership. They would also be given the opportunity to transfer their students to another district. Katie R.
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"As the votes were still being counted. U S Postal Service is announcing the discovery of more than 800 mail in ballots in Texas mail processing facilities on Tuesday and Wednesday, A federal judge ordered the Postal Service to search its facilities for mail in ballots that had not yet been delivered to county election officials. Of the 815 UN delivered ballots found in Texas 232 were found in Houston here, and the rest were found in cities around the state. It's news time 404 time to check your money. Here's Katie are each moneyman patch in brought to you by d m auto leasing dot com Well, good Friday afternoon. Why Its stocks closing today Mixed the Dow industrials finishing today down by 66 points. 3 28,023, the S and P. 500 was unchanged. The NASDAQ Up by just four points. Stocks were ready for a breather following four straight days of very big gains this morning before the bell. We gotta look at the nonfarm payroll numbers for the month of October. Coming in better than analysts had expected. Leisure and hospitality business services as well as retail jobs showed the biggest gains Oil down $1.65 $37.14 of Arrow gold by $4.90 an ounce at $1952, and what a week for the weak. The Dow Industrial's up 1822 points or Right at 7%, with the check of your money from the Office of Heritage has had advisors eye patch and produce radio 7 40 K T R E thanks Pat. The Texas Education Agency is allowing school district's to return. Some struggling students to the classroom. Superintendents could require students at school if they were failing or not attending virtual classes. Parents can't appeal any on campus requirements, then meet with district leadership. They would also be given the opportunity to.
Houston ISD special ed investigation finds 'significant' shortcomings
"Texas regulators have released their final report investigating the Houston School districts special education system the report which found widespread and significant issues. With ISD, follows a nearly yearlong investigation that found shortcomings similar to those found in previous reports in twenty eleven and two thousand eighteen the Texas Education Agency's recommending the state appointed conservative to make changes within the district
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"Heat Indexes high has won 12 81 tonight partly sunny 101 Tuesday. Neurologist can bone from the weather Channel in San Antonio's official weather station NewsRadio 1200 wook I partly cloudy in 92 at 12 01 on NewsRadio. 1200 Wook I our top story. There are now more than six million confirmed Corona virus cases in the United States, according to Johns Hopkins University and 183,000 People have died from Cova 19. This country wth EU s reported more than 47,000 new cases yesterday, along with nearly 1000 more deaths. Metrohealth reported 110 new cases of the disease yesterday and nine new death hospitalizations from the Corona virus are continuing to decline. Invader County A drop in Corona virus rates in San Antonio has some school district's making plans to bring kids back to class. The S A. S T was the first to make the move and will bring about 10% of kids back after Labor Day, But experts feel it's too soon. Dr. Gian Carlo, who sits on the governor's covert task force says it's still not safe to get people together in a room and that includes kids. Stay for free from Corona virus, and I think they can even have severe illnesses we've seen. Meanwhile, the Texas Education Agency is released more guidance from the return of students to campus school District's must now post a summary of the plan they'll follow to mitigate covered 19 at least one week before on campus activities begin, which means for many San Antonio district's opening after Labor Day. Those summaries should be posted on district websites by tomorrow. September 1st Ah drug bust valued over hundreds of thousands of dollars happened in San Antonio over the weekend, Fair county deputies arrested two men during a traffic stop. That was near words Bach Parkway on the West side over the weekend when they found 11 kg of meth in a cardboard box in their car. 42 year old Roger Hernandez and 34 year old Jaye Haggard were arrested for possession with the intent to distribute. The meth found in the car is valued at about five And $50,000. Both Haggard and Hernandez are known gang members, and Hernandez is currently on federal probation for a previous drug related conviction. I'm Tanner Carlson, NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I, Acting D. H S Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli says leadership in Portland, Oregon, does not want to address the violence in the city simply because President Trump wants to. Speaking on Fox News, Cuccinelli said. It is very much on the table to expand the numbers of federal agents in the city. We stand And ready. Absolutely ready, Just like we were with Kenosha to move on a moment's notice to finally bring an end to three months of violence. It is not complicated. But it does take the political will and the commitment to do it. Cuccinelli says. Mayor Ted Wheeler hates President Trump more than he loves the people in Portland. He called Wheeler's actions terrible, pathetic and horrible Leadership. Get the latest news any time anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play NewsRadio 1200 Wook I on I Heart Radio. I'm Margo Moreno NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I They call it San Antonio's.
Local Texas health official cannot preemptively close down schools in Dallas, Houston and other areas
"Officials in Texas are told they cannot preemptively close down a school or school district. The word comes from the governor, the attorney general and others, But is it a rule our guidance Aaliyah Sway Bee is covering the story for the Texas Tribune, local health officials. I cannot decide ahead of time to close. All of the schools in their jurisdiction. They can close schools. If there's quote unquote contamination, you know, there's a couple of pieces, and local health officials say it's not safe. They do play a role and then shutting those buildings down, But they can't do so ahead of time. So you're you first heard? The attorney will say that Then you saw the governor say that he backed that rules are back that non binding opinion. So this all started with a guidance from the attorney general. Can Paxton. Um It's a guidance, though, isn't it? It's not a rule. It's not a law. I think it's still pretty murky. While Governor Wade into it through a statement, he stopped short of putting out an executive order. So now it's weighing in Through a public statement saying that he supported guidance that was already non binding. So I think that for school superintendents they're thinking. If we choose to keep our building's closed beyond the time that state allows under local health officials mandate will we be funded by the state? And I think the Texas Education Agency has said that they would not Hiding unlawful school closures. The question still remains. You know what is an unlawful school closure versus you know one that That the D a would have to fund I think that's still up in the air. I think you will. Probably see some lawsuits around this. I think it's very possible. But there have been hints that that could happen down the line, and I think it kind of depends on what happened. When push comes to shove after the relay the districts How from the state runs out cases they're still high, and they would be forced to open their doors with cases the high end community spread still rampant. I think that's when you know they you might be able to see sudden level of pushback that might reach the court. I think there are also some school superintendent. Particularly in areas where community spread is not necessarily is rampant, who got caught up in the local health orders and wanted to open their doors and more able to what they want is flexibility to do what? Safest for them. I'm the Texas
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"Public Health disaster declaration. It had been set to expire Tuesday. Commissioners deciding to keep the declaration as long as governor, Abbott keeps his statewide disaster declaration in place. And the governor, easing off his original call for Texas schools to open for in person learning later this month and a San Antonio press conference from a PPG distribution warehouse. The governor said school districts have the option of remote learning on Ly for up to eight weeks and then after that eight week time period. Schools also have the option of seeking a waiver from the Texas Education Agency to meet the unique needs of a particular school district. As for the personal protective equipment, the governor says the state has already shipped schools. More than 59 million masks about 24,000 thermometers. And over 500,000 gallons of hand sanitizer. And while many schools are delaying their start school is already back in session in the Johnson County town of Key, there are roughly 1100 students in the keen school system, and today marks the first time in about six months there back to class Superintendent Rikki Stevens says the kids were itching to be bad. It looks like our numbers. You're going to be up. We had a lot of kids show up for school today. A lot of kids online. Today We're running about 73 or 4% of our kids in person, But 24 5% of our kids at home. The students have been taunted Charger up. That's the school mascot, and it means to wear a mask and practice Social distancing LP. Phillips News Radio, 10 80 year old e Census Bureau moving up the deadline to complete the survey the bureau giving all of us until September 30th. That's a month earlier than previously scheduled. Nearly 58% of households in Texas have responded. That's about 3% behind the nationals. Now, Carol the traffic.
Gov. Abbott: Texas school districts should decide for themselves when to start, PPE already being distributed statewide
"Abbott eases off his original call for Texas schools to open for in person learning later this month at a San Antonio press conference from Peopie distribution warehouse, Abbott said school districts have the option of remote learning on Ly for up to eight weeks and then after that eight week time period. Schools also have the option of seeking a waiver from the Texas Education Agency. See to meet the unique needs of a particular school district. And as for personal protective equipment, Abbott says the state has already shipped schools. More than 59 million masks more than 24,000 thermometers and 565,000 Callens of hand sanitizer
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"Unless they get a waiver from the Texas Education Agency. Health officials are relegated to a purely advisory role. That's course fun and Rhonda Rocks for reporting. A spokeswoman for the Republican National Convention says the vote to renominate President Trump is said to be conducted in private later this month. Without members of the news media present. However, an official with the Republican National Committee is contradicting that assessment, saying no final decision has been made. A spokeswoman for the convention site of the Corona virus for restricting press coverage of the his 24th vote in Charlotte, North Carolina, news and analysis of townhall dot com. Wyoming Republican Senator John Barrasso says there's no justification for Democrats joining protesters around the country in an effort to defund the police. Violent rioting plaguing our cities. Cannot continue. Police are being targeted for doing their job. And their jobs come at great personal risk. Barasa was rises. Several liberal run cities on officials he says, have allowed mob rule to replace the rule of law. Joe Biden is nearing the final decision on his running mate and the vice president, former vice president is expected to announce his pick during the week of August 10th. It puts the announcement closer to the Democratic National Convention, which begins August 17th. In the August 1st deadline. Biden had initially indicated the vetting process is nearing completion. Multiple people say bye and received briefing materials from the T Me test. With doing a deep dive on.
'There's Still Work To Do' Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Talks School Reopening
"Governor Abbott today telling energy executives there's still work to do before reopening Texas schools safely. Next. Marchal obviously is between now and the time when school opens up to gain control of the world like we did back in the April and May time frame haven't city hopes the recent three day down trend of positive corona virus tests and of the hospitalization rate. May be a sign that things were getting under control. One of the superintendent's in Tarrant County is fully supporting the directive of the Terran County Board of Commissioners. Doctor. Marcelo Canvases, superintendent of Arlington Schools, says this will give the district more time to get campuses ready for September 28. Regulations from the Texas Education Agency made this very challenging. With very little flexibility for schools to implement those protocols. When our protocols or compromise, people feel less comfortable opening
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"On fire. Some demonstrators threw rocks and paint fill balloons. I'm Evan Haney. Now what's trending on W b a p and w dot com Dino to from the Worth and Brothers Roofing v A. P 24 7 news task time, Steve Dallas County today announced it's Kobe 19 death poll is added to more people and has now reached at least 525 people since tracking began in March. So far, roughly 2/3 of those who have been hospitalized with the disease of Dallas County I've been under the age of 65. Dallas County officials also reported 1044 new cases of the virus today, marking 17 straight days, The county has reported more than 1000 new daily cases. In Collin County officials confirmed 83 new infections of the virus, averaging 114 new cases per day. For the last seven days. Since March, Collin County has reported 64 deaths. 47 people have recovered, bringing the total number of survivors toe over 4300. The Texas Education Agency is giving local governments in school district's more control over how to hold classes this fall. The Ape's Clayton Nevel reports. The move comes amid the continued spread of Cove in 19 and a rising number of hospitalizations in Texas. Mike Moran is the commissioner of the Texas Education Agency are framework insurers that there will be on campus instruction available for All students who need it in the state of Texas. But at the same time we know we need to provide local schools flexibility to adapt to local health conditions. Schools can now choose toe hold online classes on Lee for the 1st 8 weeks of school, the state of Texas allocating $200 million to the learning Devices.
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"South bound 1 21 between Bass Pro in 6 35 The two right lanes and exit are closed. I'm Priscilla Rice your next report at 6 48 and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Warm end the weekend on tap for us, but not as hot as it could be. That's the great news for us. It's still be mugging human. Nonetheless, that's not going anywhere anytime soon. Daytime highs. Typically for this time of year, around 96 degrees were forecasting a degree below that for daytime highs this afternoon. Plentiful amounts of sunshine no wind down the weekend southeast winds of 5 to 10. It will still likely feel close to that century mark due to the humidity, but maybe a degree or so below that that is far less impressive than it was just a week ago. At this point From the NBC five Weather Center. This is meteorologist West. How can a K a R L D right now 81 degrees. It's 6 40 on a Sunday morning in the Texas Education Agency is out with some new guidance. When it comes to opening schools, public schools would be given more leeway in opening up for in person classes. Ta commissioner Mike McGrath says they've crafted a framework so schools can open safely. Every school that needs it can adopt a four week back to school transition window where instruction can be fully virtual. If need be. This should give us time to work collectively to flatten the curve on this epidemic. After that, he said, local school boards can apply for a waiver for an additional four weeks of remote learning remote earn only learning. The Texas State Teachers Association calls the deadline irrelevant and once all school buildings to remain closed, an instruction done remotely. Until.
"texas education agency" Discussed on KTRH
"301 Our top story. Texas will use funds from the Federal Cares Act. Governor Abbott will allocate $200 million to be used for the purchases of a learning devices and home Internet solutions. This will enable remote learning for Texas students that lacked connectivity. The governor says the Texas Education Agency will use the money to buy devices such as hot spots, routers and other necessary items. Based on specific needs that will be identified by local agencies. Texas continues to see a spike in Corona virus cases and yesterday's 174 deaths set yet another record. Over 1000 inmates at the Federal Correctional Institute of Texas have tested positive for covert, and that is more than half of that inmate population. Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle or mourning. The death of longtime Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia civil rights leader died at the age of 80 last night after six month battle with pancreatic cancer Republican Congress Moment A least A phonic remembers Lewis during an appearance on Fox and friends this morning when he took to the House floor. You could always hear a hush. Everyone listens to what he had to say. Even if there were policy disagreements. He just is a beacon of light flags were being flown at half staff today. Something for people who really know good music. The beetles.
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"S Chamber of commerce. He is cautiously optimistic that the nation will overcome the Corona virus pandemic as long as people and governments follow the safety guidelines. I believe we can This will end But I want to do it sooner rather than later. The Trump Administration continues to insist teachers and Children be in school classrooms his fall, but a number of states and local districts are barking. Texas has new guidelines in which schools could hold only online instructions for the 1st 8 weeks of the year, pushing the return to campus in some cities, including Houston and Dallas to November. Atlanta Mayor Qi Xi. Lance BOTTOM, says Governor Brian Kemp filed suit against the city's mass coordinates after President Trump's visit Wednesday. She tells CBS this morning Kemp acted after she pointed out Trump violated the order when he didn't wear a mask. I'm Tim Maguire. Athe news for Friday, July 17th. I'm too Maguire. It's possible some California public school students could be in classes ball, but not likely Governor Gavin Newsom. Schools can physically open For in person education when the county that they're operating in has been off our monitoring list for 14 consecutive days. Newsome ads all staff. And students in third grade and above must wear masks students in the second grader below we strongly encourage wearing masks, the state's two largest district's Los Angeles and San Diego, say they will begin the school year with online classes. Attended to plan in Chicago has students in the classroom just two days a week and spending the other three days. Learning remotely once the school year starts. Former vice president and Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden says schools should be re opened. The question is how to make it safe. To make it stick. Forcing education students back into a classroom in areas were an infection rate is going up or remaining very high, is just plain dangerous. Military medical personnel are being sent to hospitals in California and Texas to help handle the overflow of covert 19 patients. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says her cancer has returned and she is receiving chemotherapy. Theeighty, seven year old Ginsberg says she has no plans to retire from the court. Maybe soccer. Magali reports President Trump is prepared in case she does decide to resign. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says he'd imagine the president would quickly make a high court appointment and look for the Senate to move equally fast. Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell has said if there is a Supreme Court vacancy during this election cycle, The chamber would likely confirmed the president's nominee. This is AP News. The mayor of Portland, Oregon, and Governor Kate Brown are demanding President Trump get federal officers dressed in military battle gear off the streets of the city. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says Trump is using the Department of Homeland Security. To promote his reelection effort. Mr President, Federal agencies should never be used as your own personal army. A spokesman for the governor says. Arresting people without probable cause is extraordinarily concerning and a violation of their civil liberties and constitutional rights. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf blames local and state authorities for not putting an end to the protest has been going on since shortly after Minneapolis police killed George Floyd. Four Border Patrol employees have been fired. 38 others have been suspended without pay for taking part in a Facebook group that mock members of Congress and migrants. I'm Tim Maguire. Happy news..
As Dallas records its deadliest week during coronavirus pandemic, TEA releases new guidance for Texas schools on online-only classes, start of year
"On a day when the state of Texas saw a record number of Corona virus death and Dallas County Corded, its deadliest weak Yet during the pandemic, the Texas Education Agency has released more guidance about howto make schools happen safely this fall. The TA says public schools do have the option to start the 1st 4 Weeks of the school year with remark rote learning on Lee then have another four week option with a T a waiver. Kor Lee Austin bureau chief Chris Fox sports Some Texas teachers, though don't believe that goes far enough. Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morass says the latest plan comes after consultation with medical experts from around the state. We know we need to provide local schools flexibility to adapt to local health conditions. Especially given the rise in covert cases that we're seeing across the state. The deadlines are irrelevant, and the plan doesn't go far enough, according to Clay Robinson of the Texas State Teachers Association, the governor of the commissioning issue, a statewide order remote instruction on Lee until the pandemic substantially subside in Austin, Chris Fox. NewsRadio, 10 80 K R L
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"Art is for 29 Casey are w thanks for being with us coming upon all things considered minor League Baseball can be a big draw in cities without a pro team. With the pandemic canceling the 2020 seasons, some diehard fans of the sport are showing up in amateur league games. By the way, I saw scrimmage on one of the sports channels yesterday, Dodgers were split into two teams at the Ravine. Empty stadium, right. But playing crowd noise as ambience during this on when someone hit like I got a hit or something, they amplified that crowd noise. It was incredible, actually pretty cool, You know. It's also has been two years since Mellie Corado was shot and killed by the LAPD will at her job at a trader Joe's in Silver Lake. Gonna talk to her brother in about 20 minutes about her life legacy and how his quest for justice is going live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. All three white men accused of killing black jogger Ahmad, Our Bree remain in jail in Georgia. Following an arraignment and bond hearing today, Georgia Public Broadcasting's Emily Jones reports Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William Brian all entered not guilty pleas. The judge also considered whether to release Brian on Bond. Our Berries mother, Wanda Cooper Jones urged him not to look the location of the Cube. Each time I visit their fear. Run rinsing. I know me and they murdered my father. The judge denied bond for Brian Brian and make Michael's say they suspected arborio of a string of alleged neighborhood break ins. They followed him Is he jogged before Travis McMichael confronted are vory fought with him and shot him for NPR news. I'm Emily Jones in Brunswick, Georgia. In Texas, where officials are reporting 174 new covert 19 related deaths, a turnaround on the policy for in person school attendance. The state has announced school District's Can't delay the start of school or operate remotely well into the fall. NPR's Anya Kamenetz reports just the week before the Texas Education Agency had said All schools had to open in person five days a week this fall, But since then, the number of people hospitalized with Koven, 19 in the state has kept rising. Now, Texas, says District's Khun Delay the first day of school and operate remotely for up to eight weeks in places where the virus is surging. Large public school districts across the country in places like California and Georgia are also making the call to go all remote for now. Anya Kamenetz NPR news The World Health Organization is reporting a record increase in global Corona virus cases today with the U. S. Brazil, India and South Africa with the most severe spikes. The Dow closed down 62. This is NPR. And this is Casey AR W. On Larry Prelate is a Friday, July 17th. Here's what's happening at 4 32 A report out this week from Cal Matters finds black Californians have been leaving the states urban centres and relocating to the suburbs, suburbs or out of the golden State for decades. Compton's black population has declined by 45% in recent years. In the Bay Area, roughly 40% of Oakland's black residents have relocated popular in state destinations include the Sacramento suburb of Elk Grove in Northern California and the inland empire or high desert in our region. Her and help her the reporter behind the cow matter. Story says black residents face subtler forms of discrimination when they move into suburban neighborhoods. In the case of the housing bubble. A decade ago, you saw a black homeowners being targeted for subprime loans, and their house is being foreclosed at higher rates, and it also happens in interactions with people. You know if you buy a house in your neighbours say, Well, how did you really pay for that house? Like a level of skepticism that's uncomfortable to deal with for people data from 2018 shows about 75,000 black residents left Cal For you. With Arizona, Texas and Georgia being the most popular destinations, black residents relocating to the South, just a generation or so after the great migration, you've got hubs for black education, historically black colleges and universities, you've got higher levels of entrepreneurship, higher levels of homeownership. So there's some really clear reasons why that would be appealing Helper sense if California wants to retain the current generation of black residents. They're going through school. Now more opportunities for upward mobility will be needed. Customs and border protection has removed for employees for their participation in a secret of Facebook group featuring violent, racist, sexist post. According to the Times. Data provided to the newspaper shows the agency investigated more than 130 other people, Casey are doubly sarees Castle has more CBP launched an internal investigation into a 138 employees for quote inappropriate social media activity last year after Propublica reported on the existence of the group. It's known as I'm 10 15 which is the code used by Border Patrol for migrants in custody. Post featured dehumanizing and derogatory language regarding New York Democratic representative Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez and deceased migrants. At one point it had 9500 members. L A Times reports that the agency has fired four employees suspended 38 without pay and disciplined. Another 27 quote with reprimands or counseling for their participation in.
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"The first districts in the area to start the new school year, first day, August 10th. And they will start the year online on Ly under the latest order from Dallas County officials. Garland I SD chief leadership officer, Dr Susanna Russell talked about it on K R O D this morning. Well, we have many plans in place and we began planning last spring, actually, and A cz. The guidance changes. We adjust and pivot so that we can change with that. And so, as you mentioned yesterday, we will be guided from Dallas County health that there were not allowed to have in person classes until September 8. We were already going Todo virtual learning for the 1st 2 weeks of school, and so this just adds a week for us. On so students will they have families have the option of choosing between face to face learning when they return September 8, or they can continue with remote learning. And so all of those will start to August 10th. It'll be remote for everyone, and then September 8 families chose to be face to face and they will begin that on our campuses. I know that no one wants to even think about this, especially parents, but could that September 8th date. To be pushed back even further, if if the situation merits absolutely things all plans are soft as we have learned to pandemic and you know, back in the spring when we initially closed We thought it was gonna be for a few weeks and then we never really returned. And so our decisions are based on guidance and orders from the from the governor from Texas Education Agency and then in this case from Dallas County health officials and so if their guidance and their requirements change, and they issue an order That says We can't return September 8th and certainly will comply with that. So when the schools do finally open, what kind of safety precautions will be taking place inside the schools? Well, we have ordered a cloth mask and an acrylic say shield for every student and staff member who will be working face to say, We've also implemented additional cleaning protocols in high touch areas. We have ordered gallons literally heavy and sanitizer to have available. We have fine Ege to remind people about basic hand washing strategies and infection control protocols. We were who's turned off communal areas, such as water fountains to replace him with balls. Water bottle filler stations so that we're minimizing any opportunities for droplets spreading, That's all all well and good. But I was, you know, I was wondering about social distancing. How do you do that in a school? Well, it is difficult. You know, our schools were built, uh, have some old buildings where a large, mystical also Ah, district rich in history. And so many of our building their 180 100 years old, 80 years old, and the bulls weren't built for social distancing your point. Well made. We've put protocols in place, such as one way hallway. One way fare well. Um, markers on the floors were students to line up so that their mark six feet apart in our elementary school, We've ordered partitions to go on student death. That is Dr Susanna Russell from the Garland School district today on the K R. Oldie Morning News Straight ahead. We get an update on this closure 3 60 I 20 And things not looking so good on. He's found I 30 near downtown Dallas way all spend more time stuck in traffic..
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"What is typically the hottest part of the summer here in North Texas. When our average day time highs top out at 97. That's where will be this afternoon. Heat index upto 106 overnight, low near 80 middle nineties for tomorrow with a heat index upto 104 Middle nineties sunshine again on Sunday and then no really changes things we get in the next week. Right now. It's 91 news, traffic and weather all news all day news Radio 10 80 Kiareldeen Your news now. Good morning. It is 11 31. I'm John Little. Thank you for being here. We've just learned in the last 30 minutes that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is reportedly receiving chemotherapy for a recurrence of cancer. But she says she has no plans to retire from the court. Theeighty, seven year old Ginsberg said. Our treatment so far has succeeded in reducing lesions on her liver, and she'll continue chemotherapy sessions every two weeks. She spent time in the hospital for a possible infection this week, But Ginsberg said it was unrelated to the cancer. Meanwhile, in Texas, the Texas Education Agency is giving district's the freedom to limit access toe on campus instruction for the 1st 4 weeks of school, and after that schools can continue to limit access on campus instruction. For an additional four weeks with a waiver request. The TA had previously as schools to offer both in person and remote learning options at the start of the school year. Additionally, school boards in areas with high community spread or allowed to.
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"District are getting new names. The Tyler School board voted unanimously tonight to name the chains to change the names of both high school's John Tyler and Robert E. Lee. Tyler was the nation's 10th president was born in the 18th century and was president in an era when the wigs were still a party. He was a slave holder, which is why activists have been pushing to take his name off the high school. It's not clear what the new names of the two high schools might be wily police they're saying Wednesday's drowning victim was a child officers were called to a home on Cedar Ridge Drive near Highway 78 Stone Road. They found the child, a two year old boy floating face down in a backyard above ground swimming pool. He was rushed to a Dallas hospital, but it was too late to save his life. Investigators say that there were several people swimming in that small pool when the child was found face down in the water. It's not clear who, if anyone was supposed to be watching him. Some people are pushing state education officials to let school switch to online on ly classes not only to begin the semester but for the entire fall semester. Greg Abbott has said the Texas Education Agency will issue rules allowing school districts to use virtual instruction for the first several weeks of the fall semester without losing any of their state funding. What a petition on change dot org's says that does not go far enough. It's calling on the ta toe let teachers work from home until it's safe. Denton teacher John Ladner says Having students and teachers on campus this fall will still pose a risk of spreading covert 19. They need to shift directions.
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"R L D. The Texas Education Agency releases guidelines for students to return to campus this fall. Okay, Our ally's Austin your cast details. The Texas Education Agency guidelines will give parents the option of sending their kids to school or Have them learn remotely. Arlington I Asti Superintendent, Dr Marcello Cavazos worries about too many parents choosing to send their kids to school safety protocols. If they're implemented with Fidelity, I think That could be very, very possible. The fundamental issue is that The parents choose the face to face or stay at home. And as numbers grow in terms of choosing face of faith, it becomes more complicated. Other guidelines, all students, teachers, staff and visitors will be screened before being allowed on campus. Social distancing will be practiced. Also mass will be required while in school buildings Austin York News Radio 10 80 carefully the State Fair of Texas has been cancelled. News of the cancellation hit like a thunderbolt fairgoers and a youth who compete in livestock shows across the state and to the local economy of North Texas, $400 million impact removed. Marissa Condi Anus. This is the first time since World War two and 134 year history that the fair has been cancelled. I believe Zeppelin in 75 years now, since it's been cancelled, so You know this decision It felt far beyond the loss of our annual celebration. The State Fair Board is still trying to develop a way to hold livestock shows to let the thousands of rural students compete for prizes in scholarship. Money. LP Phillips NEWS Radio 10 80 Ken Your oldies. Time for Koror traffic and weather together Men 10 80 Traffic center here in Dallas. He's about 6 35 LBJ Skillman accident in the right lane is causing slow down from Green Lab North Fort Worth North. About 35 W. Golden Triangle. That problem is under control crews on the ground are clearing things up. Backup stands heritage trace Sunnyvale, both directions of Highway 80. The left lane is blocked both directions with accidents at Collins and their heavy delays in the area. I'm Randy Fuller on your traffic.
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"Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by the really Cedar park overhead doors. Bar owners have now filed two lawsuits seeking to overturn Governor Greg Abbot's order to close all bars. The latest suit in federal court seeks to allow bars to reopen It also seeks $10 million in damages for bar owners. The Texas Education Agency says the star test will return for the coming school year. They were cancelled in the last year because of the pandemic. The state says it needs vital data from the test results. Cakes and reports of street racing Teenager is getting 10 years probation for his role in a street race that killed two young boys. The other racing driver got seven years in prison for hitting the car that carried the boys. The race happened in Cedar Park in 2018 82 degrees. Get Austin News on demand at news radio k LBJ dot com. Welcome to the Todd and don show we're live. Joined the conversation at 51283605 90. Now. Here are Todd and done. Bree Todd Jeffries. And don Prior. Eso. What's your count? What's What's the the official scorecard on drunk calls this morning. What do you score that I had a three on mine. Well, you know what? Two definite tio one Maybe. Alright whether to tossup. Really. It's it's a decision day here on the title, but definite to without me. I guess this indicates that when we shut the bars down, people just drink at home you got during somewhere. I guess so. You know, there's a lot of people we learned this morning or drinking alone. Well, Andy left and that's just sad. And in the time of covert the Arab Cove it the whole five o'clock somewhere. It's somewhere. It's five o'clock somewhere definitely.
Texas schools reopening for fall 2020, Greg Abbott says
"Governor Greg Abbott is seeded some responsibility back to local governments Travis county assigned it's own order mandating the wearing of masks in public county judge Sam Biscoe says modeled after orders in Dallas San Antonio and Austin based on the number of new cases and hospitalizations this kind of mandate is really appropriate and so hopefully we'll have some some good news in just a short time he says if more people begin wearing masks he expects positive results in two to three weeks the Texas education agency is releasing guidelines for district today as they plan for the new year the health and safety will be the driving factors but the T. EA is not making masks mandatory that doesn't sit well with clay Robison of the Texas state teachers association course every day and judging from what I've read that is not part of the computers and the education commissioner's plan provisions as mask should be worn by teachers and students the plan that will include a provision letting certain students work remotely if they do have family health concerns the Austin school board is yet to decide on a clear cut plan for classes this fall superintendent Dr Paul Cruz says they did the best they could last semester but moving into this new year it's not going to be what we did in the spring but even as the first day of school approaches on August eighteenth parents still don't really know what the year's gonna look like Hey do you want to know about the schedule and so forth but it's too early to tell if they will have their child come to school or not he says there will be consistency in both assignments and learning expectations whether kids are in class or working at home and at home in class hybrid model still very much under
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"Fort worth parents say they don't want her back neither does the school board so fort worth school leaders continue their fight to keep teacher Georgia Clark out of the classroom in may Clark was fired from her job at fort worth Carter riverside high school after her tweets to president trump became public she told the president that the fort worth district is in her words loaded with illegal students from Mexico she also claim Carter riverside high school has been taken over by the that was enough to get Clark sacked which she appealed to the Texas education agency the ruling from an independent hearing examiner was that the firing was unjustified and T. E. A. recommended Clark get her job back but last night trustees voted to appeal that in
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"Spencer highways got west indicate your reach Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic sent expect more calls but warmer temperatures begin the work week partly cloudy out there low low to mid fifties or most funny all for your Monday highs back low seventies that so called average for this time you're by good five degrees a twenty percent chance for stray shower to Tuesday otherwise we are cloudy with highs lows seventies army trust Todd Bork weather channel that is mostly clear and fifty five the K. T. R. H. top tech defenders twenty four hour weather center three oh one our top story a three point five billion dollar bond issue for Houston's transit system is on the ballot for this week's election if approved but would pay for expansions of improvements such as a light rail line between jobs out of hobby airport other proposed projects include new park and ride two way HOV lanes and seventy five miles of express bus routes metro transit chair Korean Pat man says that to Houston's growing population makes the changes necessary opponents say Houston's more pressing needs her flood abatement and drainage improvement well early voting is wrapped up for this week's elections the final day of early voting Friday brought a rush to the polls with more than thirty three thousand people casting in person ballots in Harris County that's more than double the previous single day high said on Thursday overall turnout remains fairly consistent with previous off year election cycles over one hundred fifty two thousand in person and mail ballots were cast early in Harris County those who didn't vote early polls are open seven AM to seven PM on election day this Tuesday and you can go to any polling site in Harris County Cory Olson newsradio seven forty KTRE cheese Independent School District asking a federal judge for a preliminary injunction to keep the state from taking over the district the H. I. Esty file the request for the injunction late last week Texas education agency said the district.
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"The Fort Worth ISD board voted to fire a teacher after posting a series of tweets about illegal immigrants. Georgia Clark, an English teacher at Carter riverside, high school was fired after tweeting President Donald Trump asking him to remove illegals from Fort Worth. I s d Lizzy Maldonado son is a student at Fort Worth ISD clerk students may not remember how to structure a sentence, ten years from now that they will remember that a teacher singled them out by their ethnicity, separated them by race and violated. Their trust Clark can appeal the dismissal to the Texas education agency within the next fifteen
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"ID to vote at driver's a state, handgun license. Military ID a passport or personal ID card issued by the department of public safety polling places and early voting hours are different from county to county. They're more information on when and where to cast your ballot. You just go online to vote Texas dot gob state troopers may be riding on your kid's school bus this week Carol designed skyer reports they're looking for people who pass buses when their lights are flashing. This is school bus safety week in DPS troopers are going to be riding on buses and. Following them to see people are driving around the buses when they have their lights flashing a continuing issue where we need to remind drivers to watch what they're doing in the car to really pay. Attention GPS, Lieutenant Lonnie hassle says state troopers have issued fourteen hundred tickets for passing stopped school bus since the beginning of last year. Sometimes it's pure impatience. Oftentimes, it's distractions in the car, the Texas education agency's has more than one point six million kids across the state right forty-three thousand buses every day, Alan sky, NewsRadio eighty KRLD style. Eight thirty four KRLD.
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"Yeah. The Don show. That's what it is. Yeah. The Texas education agency is gonna make a vote here. Pretty soon that could end more than two hundred cosmetology programs in high schools across the state. They say the big concern is when these kids graduate with the cosmetology license or degree the jobs typically paid less than thirty five thousand a year. And they don't want to create someone in the poverty. So they're trying to erase profession because that's what's going to happen. They're not gonna race a profession. What they'll end up doing. Is it creates an opportunity for somebody else to create some curriculum? And you know, have some outside education for profit. You know? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. It's a great option for a lot of Cam on. It's it can be a stepping stone to something else as you pointed out, maybe it'll be a stepping stone to opening up your own salon. It's a great way to run out of high school. In fact, the young lady that cut my hair recently at sportclips in cedar park. She was a graduate of the Leander high school. Cosmetology program as soon as she graduated from high school, she had a license, and she was cut inherit at sportclips and a lot of opinion. She's she was very clear she says, well, I'm still in college. But I'm using this to work my way through college. Yeah. Yeah. Rebecca, good morning. Good morning. This man, what's on your mind. So I was calling because I was not lucky enough to take the cosmetology class in high school because I didn't know it was offered. Also, I didn't know I wanted to be a hairdresser. But I went to cosmetology school paid eight thousand dollars to take the course, and then get license and now, you know, they're talking about taking away a free a free. Trade skill and because they don't make enough money afterwards. So because you make less than thirty five thousand rather you go pay now twenty thousand a license. It's not helping the care the career still gonna pay that much. And now it's gonna cost the kid even more stupid actually the career can pay. And thirty five thousand dollars. I've been doing it for twenty years and make about eighty five. Yeah. Yeah. There you go. You must work at you work independent work independently on your own I work independently on my own. Yeah. I know I know the guy that I know the guy that cuts my wife's here. I know. I see I see the credit card Bill, man. I think it hit five hundred bucks. Easy, man. Yeah. Yeah. Just a couple of hundred bucks little color style. Another couple of hundred bucks. Oh, by the way. Oh, by the way. You gotta leave a tip. Dollar dollar bills, y'all. And also, I think it's customary probably to give a Christmas Christmas president as well. Thank you. Gotta figure hairdresser. Yeah. That's what Kim does. Yes. She does you still with that woman? Probably I I don't wanna hear anything about it. I better not find out Christmas gifts were passed along. I better not here. Oh, yeah. Now every year she gets a Christmas gift, but what the wife spends on haircuts for one haircut. I don't think spend that much in four years. No five years zero just a little little little electric city radio wanna US. Did you hear about this Texas school district opened up their own waterpark? You should have heard about it..
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"Thirty seven todd jeffries and don prior hello there brent cavenaugh is the supreme court nominee and the debate begins now senator ben sassi of nebraska believes there's a concerted effort that will be made by democrats and others to smear the reputation of this great man not supposed to have judges who think of themselves as super legislators protesting on the steps of the supreme court tells you that our system is breaking down in terms of basic civics protested the white house protested the congress because those are places where people are supposed to be responsive to politics judges are not supposed to be responsive to politics i think we're going to see a big attempt at borking jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety we'd love to get your reaction that's that's the big story today this supreme court nominee now we we've got another big story progress is being made shaving those boys in that cave in thailand time eleventh child has been pulled out so that means what two more got one child and then the coach guess that would be i guess so yeah so this could come to an end possibly well this morning and that'd be great news what an amazing story this is turned out to be and thank god they're all okay tired and a little hungry i'm sure yeah i just want to get home but man what a great story this is yeah and don't you know that the parents the the cyber relief they're all gonna be breathing the haven't the parents so far haven't been able to have any contact with the kids at all they're keeping him from him because apparently the risk for infection for whatever reason is really really high right now so the parents are going to have to be patient a little while longer jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine zero five five to five now you're hearing a local newscast here with mark and patrick the texas education agency has approved a.