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"texas hays county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The community spread of corona virus appears to have been confirmed in central Texas Hays county says it has a total of five cases of covert nineteen and one of the one of them does appear to be spread through person to person transmission in the community and the haze school district close Monaco's monitoring is underway after officials say a person who has tested positive for that virus was on one of its campuses last week as of six o'clock last night Williamson County restaurants and bars have been closed down that comes after four new cases of covert nineteen are confirmed county judge bill Gravelle says that order stands until may eleventh these are drastic measures that we're taking to reduce the spread of the corona virus in our community so that the healthcare facilities that we have will not be overwhelmed the order also dropped the maximum number of people allowed per gathering to only ten no community spread has been confirmed there in Williamson County but health leaders do say the number of overall cases is guaranteed to rise Austin public health reporting twenty three cases confirmed as of today none of them have been found to be spread locally but officials have said this week that's merely a matter of time number seventeen as of yesterday morning healthcare professionals on the front lines the coronavirus flight leaving them at great risk in St David's healthcare says one of its physicians is now one of those twenty three who are infected in the Austin area hospital officials say the exposure didn't happen because of a lapse in protocol and they said the transmission was limited to areas where staff typically wear full protective gear an Austin Travis county community continues to combat the corona virus but a lot of people still have a lot of questions with new restrictions and policies some are wondering just how long this will go on Austin Travis county health official Dr Jason Pickett says they don't know from a practical perspective we can't shut down the country for six months or a year or anything like that but that's not feasible but the steps that we're taking are slowing that spread to allow the healthcare community to keep pace with it it says by people taking responsibility for their own health and practicing social distancing or even quarantining themselves they are helping slow this virus John Cooley newsradio kale BJ and it's six oh look at Austin's on time traffic don prior not much to see out there right now directional stalls things moving along just fine.
"texas hays county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To help small businesses airlines an individual Americans hit hard by corona viruses rascal Republican senator Ben Sasse says it would be smart to give money to governors who know how best to help main street our governors know how to build public private partnerships Congress doesn't our governors knows so much better than we do but their work force needs were before the corona virus struck Senate Democrats are also offering suggestions about how best to help those harmed economically by corona virus West Virginia Democrat senator Joe Manchin laid out some ideas on CNN if you want to help working people make sure you check the waiting turned off and expand on unemployment comp where we have a system in place if you want to help small businesses make sure you take all the red tape off and be able to get capital into small businesses hands on Capitol Hill Mike Emanuel fox news president trump says the fight against cove in nineteen is just ramping up he's billing it as a war against corona virus with him in charge in a sense a wartime president invoking efforts comparable to ones Americans made during World War two and now it's our time we must sacrifice together he's tapping into a rarely used emergency powers to steer private industries into making critical supplies like masks and ventilators the president also signed the Senate approved aid package guaranteeing sick leave and free virus tests next up is a massive proposal relief bill that could reach a trillion dollars including checks to Americans all this came as markets again dropped sharply with the Dow racing nearly all the gains since he took office Sager mag ani Washington Williamson County is taking more steps to limit the spread of covert nineteen no more than ten people can now be gathered at any given time Kelly does bill Carell says that means everything even weddings and church services at a price to concerts it implies to funerals it applies to fundraise users and other similar activities all bars and dining restaurants have now been closed down as of six o'clock last night they'll remain that way until may eleventh that decision comes as four cases of corona virus are not confirmed and believes in county including two adult women one adult man and an infant child number of cases is expected to keep on climbing the community spread of coronavirus has now been confirmed in central Texas Hays county says it has a total of five cases of covered nineteen one of which appears to have been spread through person to person transmission in the community and in the haze school district close monitoring is underway after officials say a person who has tested positive for the virus now was on one of its campuses last week while showing no symptoms Austin public health is reporting twenty three cases of covered nineteen as of this morning none of them have been found to be spread locally but officials do say that did say this week to merely a matter of time number was seventeen as of yesterday morning the number of Travis county residents infected with rotavirus also expected to grow and as Austin Travis county health officials like Dr Jason Pickett fight the spread he says that number will dictate their next moves we are updating the number of cases that we have twice a day now so that we can keep track of that and evaluate where we are with the measures that were taken so that we can rapidly expand those those sort of testing sites in our capabilities it says they have started operating eleven new drive through testing sites in the county but with a limited supply of code tests he notes doctors are still very selective about who will be tested John Cooley newsradio kale BJ keep the economy rolling his best advice as possible to help struggling businesses governor Greg Abbott is waived regulations to allow restaurants to deliver alcohol the moves only temporary while corona virus keeps dining rooms close but Abbott says as long as the purchase is accompanied by food in the business has a mixed beverage permit alcohol can be delivered and police across central Texas are scaling back their responses to minor crimes including things like theft vandalism and some fear that lead to a rise in more crime and as that's happening Travis county is also considering releasing jail inmates early but there are no cases of corona virus confirmed in any jail or prison in Texas as of now and it is five thirty four and as we look at Austin's on time traffic things are moving along very well out there if you're on the roadways are probably not dealing with any backups or crashes or stalls not saying much of anything in fact there is an inordinate amount of green on the traffic map for this time of day so definitely going to be getting up to where you need to go in a much quicker fashion than you might normally everything else along really well to all the skill of junior's.
"texas hays county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Veterans day weekend thirteen year old Broadway star laurel Griggs cause of death has been concluded she died from a massive asthma attack here's a clip of her singing from her Instagram adjusted six years of age pop for the yeah really talented young lady for sure Greg's debuted on Broadway at the age of six and made appearances on Saturday Night Live she died on the fifth of November in New York City again the cause of death has been linked to a massive asthma attack a team takes Wister police on a wild chase in a stolen car here's WBZ's Kevin Golan a seventeen year old was arrested by Worcester pull the Saturday evening the young man was driving a stolen vehicle and was speeding away from the cops which led to the front of one of the cruisers to be smashed with a teenager punch the stolen car in reverse and began speeding recklessly away the cops continue to chase the stolen car through side streets and finally grabbed the team when he crashed into an empty parked car the young man was finally apprehended and as he was being taken into custody he spit on one of the officers the seventeen year old is charged with receiving a stolen car failing to stop for a stop sign driving without a license resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio close call in Cambridge fire crews making quick work of a three alarm fire broke out to just one house away from game bridges engine three fire house but to engine three was actually out on another call in the Kendall square area with the fire call came in firefighters on board engine three though managed to take care of that first call and quickly returned to the next door location next to their fire house and put the first water on that fire companies or search the wooden duplex three move the occupants evacuated everyone safely and then they knocked down the fire there were no injuries reported well run continues to expand its nuclear program is they reportedly work on a second nuclear reactor at their bush share plant joint chiefs of staff chairman general bark Millie smoking with a speaking with ABC's this week about the U. S. responses been consequences our government has chosen not to react militarily at this time but we have the capability to we got is some capability as recently as last month and we'll say it depends on the the scope scale in nature of any kind of provocation that Iran does or any kind of threat they do against US forces in particular Iran's president announcing today that a new oil field has been discovered he says it is fifty billion barrels of crude oil there that would mean Iran's proven crude oil reserves would be boosted by a full one third Iran's energy industry has been hard hit by U. S. sanctions in recent years president trump promising to pull American troops from northern Syria man conduct they conducted a raid against ISIS leader al Baghdadi so what might be next well here's ABC's Martha Raddatz president himself has said he wants those oil fields in the East guarded in a secure environment and that takes troops that takes boots on the ground to do that this really is all about the fight against ISIS even guarding those oil fields they want to keep them away from ISIS because ISIS used that oil revenue to fund their terrorist tactics the president saying the possession of Syrian oil would be fair reimbursement in Massachusetts a man his under arrest for dragging a lift driver out of her car assaulting then driving off Braintree police say that the suspect was a passenger in the woman's car well he told me to pull over but it is section Friday night they say that's when the man attacked the lift driver she was taken to the hospital she suffered minor injuries an investigation is still underway a substitute teacher in Texas arrested Friday after allegedly assaulting a fifteen year old girl inside the classroom video of the incident has gone viral Jordan Bochy reports from Kyle Texas Hays county sheriff's office identify the teacher is thirty two year old Tiffany should del.
"texas hays county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Cambridge fire crews making quick work of a three alarm fire broke out in just one house down from the Cambridge engine three fire house but Cambridge fire rights engine three was actually out on a call in the Kendall square area well the call came in they were able to get back to Cambridge street quickly though first water on the fire from that company company search the wooden duplex to remove arguments than contained and knocked down the fire no one was hurt Iran continues to expand its nuclear program and they reportedly are working on a second nuclear reactor at the Bushehr plant the joint chiefs of staff chairman general bark barley speaking on ABC's this week on the U. S. responses been consequences our government has chosen not to react militarily at this time but we have the capability to we got is some capability as recently as last month and we'll say it depends on the the scope scale in nature of any kind of provocation that Iran does or any kind of threat they do against US forces in particular this is a Ron's president announces that a new oil field has been found with fifty billion barrels of crude oil this would mean Iran's proven crude reserves would be boosted by a third Iran's energy industry has been hard hit by U. S. sanctions president trump has promised to pull American troops from northern Syria and conduct a raid against ISIS leader al Baghdadi so what's next here's ABC's Martha Raddatz president himself has said he wants those oil fields in the East guarded in a secure environment and that takes troops that takes boots on the ground to do that this really is all about the fight against ISIS even guarding those oil fields they want to keep them away from ISIS because ISIS used that oil revenue to fund their terrorist tactics president trump is said possession of Syrian oil would be fair reimbursement in Massachusetts so man under arrest for dragging a lift driver out of her car assaulting or than driving off Braintree police say he was a passenger in the lift car when he told the driver to pull over in an intersection Friday night police say that's when the attractor the woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries edit investigation is still underway substitute teacher in Texas arrested Friday after allegedly assaulting a fifteen year old girl inside the classroom and a video of the incident has gone viral Jordan bungee reports from Kyle Texas Hays county sheriff's office identify the teacher is thirty two year old Tiffany should.