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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ready to name his chief of staff, longtime aide Ron Claim will get the job. The 59 year old claims served in the late eighties as a top aide to bite and went by them was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. And he ran Biden's office When Biden first became vice president. The president elect Tweeting claims deep, varied experience and capacity to work with people all across the political spectrum is precisely what I need in a White House chief of staff as we confront this moment of crisis and bring our country together again. Announcement is expected Thursday. El Paso County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego is now extended his controversial stay at home order until December, 1st specifically to prevent gatherings during Thanksgiving. He says he'd support reopening non essential businesses a 20% capacity when the county's hospitalization rate drops between 25 29%. As of yesterday, it was 51%. The Texas attorney general's office has been fighting Salmon Diego's order and has asked the state Supreme Court to pause the shutdown. But yesterday the court denied the state's request. NEW Braunfels EYES D officials are reporting that its students are having a hard time with pandemic related remote learning after the first nine weeks grading period of the current school year. Brothels, Eyes, D says more than 700 of its nearly 3500 remote learners are failing three or more classes and 375 had problems with attendance, remote learners or failing classes at more than twice the rate of classroom students. Trustees discussed what to do about the situation at a board meeting earlier this week. A new coronavirus testing site for people without symptoms is now open at the A. T N. T Center community lab started administering the test at the arena Wednesday. The free test is available to anybody who does not have symptoms of the virus. No appointment is necessary and results are provided in less than 24 hours. The tests are administered weekdays between 10 A.m. and 2 P.m.. Well, today we are expected to get an update on the future of the Alamo. A Special City Council meeting will for the first time lay out a path forward after the Texas Historical Commission, under pressure from conservative groups denied a permit to move the Cenotaph Councilman Roberto Trevino says the current plan is essentially on hold. He says there may be a move in the future to revisit moving. The cenotaph may mean that we revisit the Texas Historical Commission. At another point when they're less politically charged. Trevino says. There is still a path forward. But several big time financial backers have already pulled out of the project because of the changes. I'm Beth Myers News radio 1200 W AWAY. I recycling Planet Houston that caught fire yesterday evening has now been put out. Houston Fire Chief Zampagna says it took 30 units about 12 hours to accept. English, the flames and they have also lifted the shelter in place order that was due to bad air quality. This resident who lives near the plan says he thought it was his house that was on fire. Oh, man, I thought it was my house because I had turned on a little fire. Yeah. The barbecue, and then I've seen this, firefighters said. They managed to keep it from spreading to any other nearby buildings. They're still not sure what caused the fire and, according to the fire chief, only debris and product.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Atlantic Ocean this weekend. Well, today we will get an update on the future of the Alamo For the first time, A special City Council meeting will lay out a path forward after the Texas Historical Commission denied a permit to move the Cenotaph Councilman Roberto Trevino says that goes against the vision and guiding principles that voters approved back in 2018 to change it for four Damn Patrick lieutenant governor, his spitting in there. Face and not in line with the terms of the agreement, Trevino says there is still a path forward and that could include going back before the historical commission in the future for another cenotaph vote. Several big time backers have already pulled out of the project because of the changes. Tim Duncan won't be returning to the Spurs is a full time assistant coach this season. The 44 year old five time NBA champs joined Gregg Popovich is staff last summer but didn't go to the Orlando bubble with the team because he was helping LaMarcus Aldridge reportedly recovered from shoulder surgery. Duncan was the acting head coach and two games last season. Pop was ejected from one of the games and was absent from the other because of a personal matter well, the Masters will tee off from Augusta National this morning. The 2020 rendition of the event takes place after its original slot in April, was postponed amid the ongoing pandemic. Tiger Woods will look to defend his green jacket. After winning in 2019. The final round is Sunday. At last night's annual CMA Awards in Nashville. Eric Church walked away with his first ever entertainer of the year trophy. I believe this I really believe this. It's going to be music. It brings us out of this. That is the one thing It is going to save the entire world. Politicians were about division music is about unity. Well, Eric won the big award of the night. It was Maren Morris, who walked away with the most trophies, nabbing three, including single and song of the Year for the Bones and female vocalist of the Year. W Away I news time 506 time to check on your money and the world of business with the Bloomberg.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

"70 degrees and cloudy and Katie are each top tax defenders. 24 hour. Weather Center news time to No one Our top story, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Has made a final trip to the Supreme Court. A Hearst brought Ginsberg's casket to the Supreme Court Building in D. C. This morning. A private ceremony for Ginsburg is underway before she lies in repose in the Great Hall of the Supreme Court. President Trump is blaming China for 200,000 Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Trump called the milestone a shame, but added the number could have been over two million. If the administration's response wasn't done properly. The president then attacked China again, saying they let this happen. Tropical Storm Beta is no Maurine. The cleanup is on beta clearing out of the Houston area by early this afternoon, Josh Lecter with the National Weather Service, said the Gulf will stay quiet for the foreseeable future. All is quiet and everything should stay quiet for us until Our next major system. What's probably gonna be a pretty strong cold front. We're hoping for the middle of next week. Beta dumped as much as 14 inches of rain in some spots while it was here. Checking in on Wall Street this morning. Here's Katie are each moneyman patch in with an update. Stocks are trading mixed a modestly lower with strength and consumer names offset by weakness in the tech sector shares a shoemaker, Nike or sharply higher. That's after reporting quarterly profits that were well above analyst estimates. Online sales for Nike were up a whopping 82% compared to the same time a year ago. Taking a look at the major stock indexes right now, All of them are down, but very slightly. The Dow is down 18 points. He is down 11 and the NASDAQ is down 71 points. The Eiffel Tower in Paris is back open after a bomb threat forced many to evacuate the landmark. The threat was made in a call today in tourists were among the many who had to evacuate in France's capital. A police spokeswoman says Nothing was failed despite the threat. Alamo, Pierce scored a victory with the Texas Historical Commission yesterday, The commission voted 12 to 2 against moving the Alamo cenotaph for repairs and to make way for a new visitor center and museum. The vote followed a day long public comment period. Houston Astros beat the Seattle Mariners 6 to 1 last night. The Astros and the Mariners play again tonight. Airtime is seven o'clock tonight. Right here on more news on demand at h dot com or Next update at 10 30 Breaking information as it happens now to more of the Michael Berry Show, I'm Wyatt Goolsbee on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. News radio 7 40 h happening over there. Peace.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A woman and five kids came running out of the unit until police there was a man with a gun inside. When officers tried to talk him out, he fired several shots of them. Officers returned fire hitting the man. Who later died at the hospital. Police chief William McManus is reviewing Bodycam footage. The Cenotaph will stay put at its present location in front of the Alamo after the city was denied a permit by the Texas Historical Commission to move it. The city wanted to move the monument out of the Alamo courtyard to a new location, several 100 Ft to the south as part of the $400 million Alamo Master plan. Texas Republicans, like Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick felt that moving the cenotaph would disrespect the defenders. President Trump is giving a warning to his next choice for the high court at a campaign rally in Moon Township, Pennsylvania person and Trump told the crowd he'd announce his choice this Saturday. To replace the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. But he also warned his choice is going to see some political fireworks were gonna pick an incredible, um brilliant woman and watch The abuse. Yes, you will take the president's anticipating abuse from Democrats in the Senate, who have been saying the decision to fill the seat should wait until after the election when voters choose their next president, who would then pick a replacement. Utah Senator Mitt Romney's ending pretty much any hope of blocking Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court. He said in a statement Tuesday that he will vote based on their qualifications. Romney said it is okay for the Senate to block a nominee of a president from a different party and to confirm one from their own party in an election year on Ly two Republican senators have said they believe they should wait until after the election. It would take four Republicans voting against a block a nominee from being confirmed. Meantime, fans of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg today will get a chance to say goodbye. She will lie in repose today and tomorrow with the U. S. Supreme Court and the crowds are expected to be large Justice Ginsburg's fame came from more than her legal arguments. Texas A and M University professor of law Meg Penrose says she was a pop culture icon. One of the greatest interviews with Justice Ginsberg Steven Colbert doing her work out with her. A private interment will be held next week at Arlington National Cemetery. Justice Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87 due to complications of pancreatic cancer. Beth Myers, NewsRadio 1200 W. Away, I former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is helping 32,000 Florida felons make their voice heard this election. He raised $60 million to pay off their court fines and fees that's required by law before former inmates Khun Vote. The effort is to get more support for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. GOP Florida congressman that Gates warns Bloomberg that he may be facing a criminal probe. As a result, the Eiffel Tower has been evacuated in the surrounding area closed off this morning as Paris police investigated bomb threat, According to French media reports. A man threatened to detonate an explosive device earlier today. No other details have been released. Bear County, Seeing a slight uptick in covert 19 cases. Metrohealth reported 196 cases yesterday, bringing the seven day average upto 148 Mayor Ron Nirenberg is reminding residents that the pandemic is not over. Remember this virus is still present in our community, so mask up keep 6 Ft of distance from others Wash your hands frequently. And if you're sick, please stay home and away from others. Six new death were also reported Tuesday..

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Eastbound between 60 no foreign hunt lain with no unusual delays. If you have to see any traffic problems call to winnow 75 26 So one Michael Scott NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I hear Weather Channel forecast for this Wednesday Partly cloudy high in the mid eighties. Tonight's low 65 right now. Partly cloudy 68 degrees 701 at news Radio 1200 W Away I Tropical Storm Beta brought severe flooding to the Houston area. Some parts of the city has seen close to 15 inches of rain. Some residents comparing the high water levels to Hurricane Harvey. This Houston residents at the floodwaters were creating a mess Creek is backed up and there's no drainage. No trouble with drainage. They've tried to do a little here and there, but Things that when you flush the toilet, it's coming up in the bath. First responders conducted nearly 100 high water rescues in Houston. In addition to some storm damage to buildings and Houston more than 100,000 gallons of domestic wastewater were spilled in five locations as a result of heavy rain from the storm school districts across Southeast Texas closed schools and push classes online or canceled them altogether. Beta was downgraded to a tropical depression late Tuesday morning and is moving slowly just inland from the Texas coast and made landfall is a tropical storm Monday night along the Matagorda Peninsula. Huge changes are not coming to Alamo Plaza. The Texas Historical Commission has given the thumbs down to a plan that called for moving the cenotaph about 500 ft. Away to the South. Doug McDonald,.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Following that, Ginsberg's casket will be moved to ally in repose under the portico at the top of the front steps of the Supreme Court building. That will allow for a public viewing outdoors and socially distanced like justice will lie in repose. Today and tomorrow Friday, she will become the first woman to ever lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. Private internment service's scheduled next week at Arlington National Cemetery. Well, the president remains focused on naming a Supreme Court nominee to replace the late Ginsberg President Trump Rally in Pennsylvania actually thanked his longtime GOP nemesis, Mitt Romney, reciting with him and backing a pre election vote on his soon to be announced Supreme Court nominee By backing a vote, Romney becomes the latest and perhaps most consequential GOP domino to fall all but assuring the president's pick will not only Receiving up or down votes, but very likely a confirmation. Still, Senate Democrats are fighting back limiting, for example, the GOP's ability to hold committee hearings on Capitol Hill in retaliation for Republicans trying to fill the high court vacancy in an election year. While the president has said as many as five candidates are under consideration, sources tell Fox News. It's really a three person race. But Judge Amy Cockney Barrett of the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals favored The Senate chapel stayed put at its present location in front of the Alamo. The Texas Historical Commission voted last night to deny the city a permit to move the monument out of the Alamo courtyard to a new location. Several 100 ft to the South. The proposed move was part of the $400 Million Alamo Master Plan, which calls for repairs to the Alamo and the long barracks and the addition of a visitor center and museum. Moving the 1936 cenotaph was an unpopular proposal, mainly among Texas Republicans. W wait I news time 5 37 now with breaking crime news from around the country, Here's Nancy Grace Grace breaking crime. He's now Miguel Gomez, waiting to cross. Detroit's fourth Street Bridge has all fast and furious. He blows through the security gate jobs. The rising drawbridge, the 26 year old daredevil now facing charges of reckless driving and malicious destruction of property. Amir should act chases a per safe. He gets the purse back Hannah for his grocery, however, gives him a pink Flip. It seems the good Samaritan broke company policy against laying hands on customers with this crime alert. I mean, grace, the I R s finally caught up with Louis. I haven't paid my taxes in eight years. He was a big trouble. We're gonna take your house. Garnish it, Louis called Optima Tax relief. The leading tax resolution firm I don't want are any war..

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

"A complete list of your school closures that that waste water smells great. Well, some people were getting it backed up into their homes. I saw that on the neighborhood Internet, you know, know about a cleaning. This could make me go there around Rice University inside the loop. Village. That area there were some people were saying, Woof woof is coming up your shower drain sent Not a good thing I know miss flooding. Well, we'll keep you posted on what's happening throughout this morning as we all recover from this right now it's 503 and we're going to be learning Saturday who the president will nominate to the Supreme Court. The timing for the announcement of President Trump's nominee is likely Saturday afternoon before he leaves for a Pennsylvania campaign rally President Trump today indicating he has all but made up his mind on who it will be. I would say that I'm very close to making a decision and my own mind and I'm going to reveal it on Saturday, sources tell Fox to you is the top contender continues to be Judge Amy Cockney Barrett of the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Also in the running the 11th circuit's Barbara logo Judge Joan Larsen of the sixth Circuit and fourth Circuit Judge Alison Jones Rushing. President Trump got good news when Utah Senator Mitt Romney said he is on board for a vote before the election. Yeah, main time the president in his rally yesterday he had one yesterday in Pennsylvania. He said he'd make the announcement at 5 P.m., and that would probably be eastern time. So we'll expect that on Saturday that was Fox News. White House reporter John Roberts talking President. Trump did rally his supporters in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, last night. Commenting on former Vice President Joe Biden support for issues like gun control. This is the most important election in the history of our country and believe that this election is a matter of economic survival. For Pennsylvania. You have the greatest year you've ever had last year, and you're really on your way. Yeah, he told his supporters that he's kept liberals from successfully attacking the right toe own a gun. Challenger Joe Biden, not on the campaign trail. No, he had to take the day off yesterday to rest, But he did say he has a gun control plan, including universal background checks and assaults, weapon, assault weapons ban and more spending to enforce existing gun laws. Well, the old saying it's the economy stupid. May actually not apply this year. The stock market and economy have predicted every presidential election since 1984 with positive news favoring the incumbent, but money answers man Jordan, Goodman says. This year, maybe different stock market has been arriving until recently. The economy is going to recover nicely, but there's been no new rescue plan. That's what stock murders started getting volatile. It was just an awful lot of uncertainty in leading into the selection. He believes investors are more focused on the Senate than the White House stays Republican hands. That's what the welcome of power really is because his bottom gets elected. And there's still a Republican senator. He'll get nothing done. The market plunged 34% last spring but has recovered nearly all of those losses. Corey Olson, NewsRadio 7 40. Let's remember the market is not Theo total economy, So we're asking you will the economy predict the outcome of the election? Kg rage dot com. Twitter Katie Rage News You can sound off on our Facebook page is no 506 Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick. He is heaping the praise on the Texas Historical Commission. It was a 12 to 2 vote to keep the Alamo cenotaph. At its current location. Yeah, where it's been For 70 years or more. Patrick among a number of state Republicans who commented during the day long public comment period ahead of yesterday's decision. I hope in the end of the day you will vote not to approve opponent to the ascetic town. I'm asking you to vote No on the permit to move it. The cenotaph must not me moved one inch Yeah, well, let me tell you, it was the vote. It was all of you who went online. There was something like 29,000 people who said no. Do not move it to what? 15 1616 125 said Yes. 29,003 said no 94.7%. Lets not give all of our kudos to the elected officials. You folks went online and you changed it. The plan was to move the spirit of sacrifice monument, which in memories, it names everybody who was at the Alamo, and it's a tribute to the heroes of the Alamo. They say it's so it could be repaired offsite but really was to make room for a new visitor center and museum right there. Where the funeral power pirates they wanted to move to the back of the property where being clear view anymore. Could you order lunch at the same time? Project leaders? Well, they're now forced to consider other options, and this is coming out of the land Commissioners office, Enough, said. As a result of flooding make at Houston jury duty. Postponed again. Jury trials in Houston or pushed back again to December. 1st legal expert Chris Tritico says it wasn't exactly caught up before Cove it We were still working through the hurricane Harvey back law just seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, Jericho says This is especially hurtful to victims of crimes who are still waiting for their cases to make it to the docket. You have to first work through all the people that have been sitting in jail waiting who are presumed innocent. Then you can start working on the people that are out on bond. The court is still open for other proceedings. Sally Adams, NewsRadio 7 40 K T. R. H..

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Changes are not coming to Alamo Plaza. The Texas Historical Commission has given the thumbs down to a plan that called for moving the cenotaph about 500 FT. Away to the South. Doug McDonald, who heads Alamo Trust says This is a huge blow to the Alamo Master plan, which was supposed to make the plaza look more like it did back in 18 36. If we really love Texas history, and we think the story of the Alamo is important, this is our one opportunity. Our lifetimes actually tell the story to tell it well, to tell us of public understand that The move was backed by tourism leaders and groups like the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. But it faced opposition from many Texas Republicans like Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick, who felt that moving the cenotaph would disrespect the defenders. San Antonio Police were involved in a shooting late last night at the Westway Apartments on Cool Labor Road That's on the city's Westside officers were responding to a burglary when they heard a gunshot come from the apartment. A woman and five kids came running out of the unit until police there was a man with a gun inside. When officers tried to talk him out. He fired several shots at them. Officers returned fire hitting the man. He is now hospitalized. No word on his condition. Police chief William McManus is reviewing Bodycam footage. Bear County is seeing a slight uptick in covert 19 cases. Metrohealth reported 196 new cases yesterday, bringing the seven day average up to 148 Mayor Ron Nirenberg is reminding residents that the pandemic is not over. Remember, this virus is still present in our community. So mask up, Keep 6 Ft of distance from others. Wash your hands frequently, and if you're sick, please stay home and away from others. Six new death were also reported on Tuesday. Nierenberg says it's too soon to tell of the bump in cases is related to the Labor Day weekend. President Trump is blaming China for the US heading 200,000 Corona virus death. Trump called the milestone a shame, but claimed the number could be over two million. If the response wasn't done properly. The US leads the world in both total cases and number of deaths from the virus. President Trump, meantime, says he will announce his Supreme Court nominee this Saturday at four PM as Republicans want to confirm the nominee as soon as possible. It looked like a living GOP showdown. But the president's unlikely hero Mitt Romney, delivering the key vote to push forward after Collins and Murkowski defected and in Pittsburgh, the president Was grateful, but he was very good.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We've said it over and over again. I want to remind people do not try to drive through this hot water. It's just You're not helping yourself, you could possibly drowned. Turner says The city's expecting heavy rain through tonight and is urging residents to stay home if at all possible. The Texas Historical Commission will be voting today on whether to issue a permit to move the Alamo cenotaph out of the plaza and play has been criticized by some who feel the emphasis is being taken away from the battle in 18 36. But the move has the backing of many civil leaders like Caroline Rainey, who heads the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. It's proposed location is close to where my predecessors with it today. She says. The cenotaph is not sitting over any burials, and the removal will put the focus on the church. Authorities have a San Antonio man in custody who's one of Texas's most wanted fugitives. 20 year old Harold Arlen, was arrested late last week in Irving. He was wanted for aggravated robbery and assault in Tarrant didn and Bear County's a darn has been on the run since March, It was captured by members of the U. S marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task force. San Antonio mother is doing everything she can to find. Her missing. 17 year old son, Sebastian Carpio was last seen on Friday near Bourg, a farm what family members said they found his bike a home not far from that location. Last night, the carpool family held a prayer vigil in the hopes of finding Sebastian alive at the vigil. His mother, Anna Carpio, said she was not going to rest until she finds justice for her son. As the nation deals with an ammo shortage, customs border agents or finding plenty of it being smuggled into Mexico U S Customs and Border protection agents nab Luis Mendoza Perez at the Hill Dog, a port of entry on September 15th. An inspection of his vehicle revealed there were 208 ar 15 style loaded magazines hidden in the spare tire area. Mendoza, PETA's told agents, an unknown person in Mexico was going to pay him $2 per magazine. He also admitted this was not his first time smuggling M O into Mexico. So the 19 year old from Magellan, who is a U S citizen could get up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted Charity McCurdy NewsRadio 1200 W. Away. Ay, a little police are blocking all parts of downtown is that city awaits a decision by the state attorney general Impossible charges against the officers involved in Briana Taylor's death. The woman was killed after police entered her home while she was sleeping on a no knock warrant. Interim chief Rob Shoulder, says his department has no idea when Attorney General Daniel Cameron will announce whether any officers involved will be charged or not. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer issued two executive orders ahead of any decision in that case, and a bill establishing 988 is a national suicide hotlines heading to President Trump's desk. Congress approved the Suicide Prevention Act, which changes the number for the national hotline to three digits. That should be easier to remember. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200 w o a I on I Heart radio Carry locking news Radio 1200 W.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bunch of applause. And it was just about to music. At least you have the flashing lights from the jumbo Tron, reflecting off the light. That all right charity. What else is going on? Well travelled from Beta is bringing heavy rain and flooding to the Houston area as it moves and lend today marks a major milestone and local progress in containing the corona virus pandemic. Today, the Texas Historical Commission will vote on whether to permanently change the look of Alamo Plaza. The CDC is blaming a website error for its position on airborne transmission of covert 19 more coming up W Away I news time 7 52 now traffic and weather together from the orchard dot com Traffic center. Traffic is still a bit sluggish if you're only 16 0 for eastbound between Housman and Lock and Terra Parkway, also on 16 0 for westbound from Johnson to Bull Verde expect about a two minute trip with no delays. If you happen to see any traffic problems, call us on the tip line. It's 210785 26. So one Michael Scott NEWS Radio 1200 W. Away I. This report is sponsored by positive coaching alliance Got issues with youth or high school sports. Positive coaching Alliance can help PC, a national nonprofit offers more than 1000 Free online resource is for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, students and administrators Visit PC. A death zone dot oy. Mostly cloudy today. Slight chance of showers. Highs in the low eighties were still a 69 degrees. Love your water. Get a Connecticut go, eh? Coming up to Dallas Cowboys report with brand Sam brought to you by orchard dot com The modern way to buy and sell a home Tropical Storm Beta made landfall in the middle of the Texas Coat coast late late last night. The it'll track nearer just inland from the Texas coast through tomorrow, there's a high risk of excessive rainfall on the Upper Texas coast. Including Houston, who does not need that much more rain in that area. Right now, they just doesn't take much does not look. There's they got through so much with these hurricanes and tropical storms and tropical depressions that I'm sure that's the last thing they want to hear is one heading towards him. And it's already they're Yeah, they're clocking added over 10 inches of rain on man could also produce low locally heavy rain and flooding for Louisiana into the lower Mississippi Valley as it moves on, But it's moving flow. It's moving flow as we expected Coastal flooding from the storm surges already occurred will continue on the Texas and Louisiana coast as this thing like I said, it's moving slow, and these people who decide to drive out in this weather, and then of course, they have to call for help. And there's already been, you know, dozens of high water rescues taking place and southwest Houston. Yeah. And once again if they tell you I don't think there was a mandatory evacuation. But if you've lived in that area any time, and you know, anytime you get some rain, it's going to be flooding. I think I would have got out. YAH! That's just me, though. Now that works, we'll get the latest with the meteorologist raced Agent Coming up at 8 20. Here's the Dallas Cowboys report with Brad Sham High again, everyone. This is Today's Dallas Cowboys report. I'm Brad Sham. The football world is still buzzing about the crazy onside kick. The.

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KTRH

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

"This afternoon. Meanwhile, Texasgovernor Greg Abbott has issued a disaster declaration for 29 Texas counties in response to beta. The next steps in reopening Texas that Governor Abbott announced last week go into effect today. Restaurants, retail stores, Jim's museums, office buildings and factories across the state can increase to 75% capacity. Hospitals can also resume elective procedures, and the state will allow visitation at nursing homes and other long term care facilities with active covert cases. The seven day positivity rate for the state is now down to 6.77%. A public vote on whether to move the Alamo Cenotaph ends tonight. Alamo purists are urging Texans to vote online at save the Alamo dot US and voice their opposition to the Texas Historical Commission, which is expected to take up the issue tomorrow. Plans call for moving the Cenotaph is part of a larger renovation project. Federal officials have given the green light to backers of a Houston to Dallas High speed rail line. Texas Central Railroad. The company planning to operate trains from Houston to Dallas, says the federal Railroad Administration has cleared the way for them to begin construction there. Bullet trains are modeled after trains in Japan. News time. 103 stocks are tanking today amid uncertainty about the corona virus and more fiscal stimulus. The Dow Jones fell by as many as 930 points earlier today, but its current losses about 791 all three major indexes took a dip today. A fear TIC tac shutdown has been avoided. President Trump said yesterday that he agreed in concept with a new deal that would keep TIC tac operated in the US TIC tac downloads were said to be banned in the U. S starting on Sunday. But now the shutdown has been averted as part of a new deal. US Tech company Oracle would join forces with WalMart to form a new entity called Tic Tac Global to be headquartered in the U. S. The Trump Administration is announcing new sanctions against Iran. The president's executive order announced today gives us a new and powerful tool to enforce the U. N arms embargo. And hold those who seek to evade U. N sanctions accountable. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talking to reporters and telling them today, Iran must change its behavior. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said the U. S would not allow Iran to endanger the world with ballistic missile development. President Trump pulled the US out of the international Iran nuclear accord a couple of years ago. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he wrong continues to engage in aggressive and destabilizing behavior in violation of U. N standards. A.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To act swiftly on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. She's going to make the nomination this week on, I believe the right thing to do is for the Senate to take up this nomination and to confirm the nominee before Election Day on ABC is this week, the Texas Republicans that he believes the votes will be there to confirm a nominee before Election Day. Cruise and his fellow senators are gearing up for a Fight over filling the seat of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday. At the age of 87. Metro health officials are reporting 53,341 cases of Corona virus and Bear County. The latest total includes 108 new cases that were reported yesterday plus another 2473 cases from a state backlog. Backlogged cases are added every weekend, so the daily updates can focus on the current cases. The fate of the Alamo Cenotaph will be decided this week, the Texas Historical Commission placed to vote on a permit to move that statue about 500 FT. Away to an area that is outside of Alamo Plaza. The plan faces vocal opposition from several groups, including former Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson. Says the statue needs to remain right where it is as a way to tell the story of what happened at the battle That doesn't preclude telling the rest of the story, But what I'm hearing is no, no, no, We want to downplay 18 Thursday the cenotaph slated to be relocated to what is called a free speech zone as part of a $450 million reimagining of the Alamo. Michael board. NewsRadio 1200 W Four people are dead after a small plane experienced engine trouble and crashed while attempting an emergency landing in Leon County north of.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on KTRH

"Here in Houston, Stay informed and stay safe. Use radio 7 40 h. Well, it may not be the last stand for the Elmo, but it is no doubt the last stand for the almost cenotaph. I'm actually kind of surprised they haven't kind of spirited. That thing away at this point. Ready to talk about with us is Rick Range president of Save the Alamo Committee, where we at with this, Rick because I know that George P wants to move that thing and I know there's been court fights over moving that where we had in the process. Well, the court five is pretty much dead is currently on hold in appeals court, but they've refused to grant an injunction. So what what's happened now is the Texas Historical Commission has to approve a permit. Before they could do anything or move the Alamo Cenotaph and that vote is coming up one week from tomorrow on September 22. It was filed back in December. It was supposed to be hard in June, and they moved it back, and now it's all coming down. One week from tomorrow, and there's 15 members on the committee. We've got to have eight votes, because if that permit gets approved, they've already got heavy equipment down there ready and whiten and they're going to be. This is someone that I think probably the very next day. So this is like, literally our line in the sand to stop this if we're going to prevent it, And as you said, it's George P. Bush, head of the land office along with and partnered with The city of San Antonio, which has a very radical City council now, and they want the monument out of there. Ah, one of their heads people whose chairs some of these committees experience this plan just last week publicly announced That the they asked him quite a shit need to be moved and they put up a lot of reasons, which are all totally false, But he just openly stated that it must be removed because the Alamo story of the five for Freedom is a And this is his direct words, a mythology. It's wrong. It's bunk. We don't want that because it perpetuates alive. And that's the real reason behind all of this and has been for the last three years since the first time I bailed on the plan. It's never been about the physical location. They've always trying to make it about the physical location of the cenotaph having been to the Alamo several times that did. There's nothing wrong with the physical location. It's not stopping. Any sort of Elvin is not causing any problems. All right, it's all Content. That's right. And that's their latest fallacious reasoning is they're trying to tell the commission now that if the Senate half is not moved its going to call the entire plan to unravel and go down the tubes, and that is just utterly false. The rich. Several good elements in that plan and weeks now support all of the plan. They changed it a lot, and it's got some really good things in it and moving the senator for in no way affect any other single element in that entire plan. Let me ask you this, But let me ask you this because if the problem is is content of the problem with the Cenotaph is what the Cenotaph says. Then what difference does that make moving? What location? Do you move it to? That changes anything it says, Well, what they're proposing is to move it. 500 ft. South totally off the perimeter Boundary Lance of the Alamo mission and kind of stick it back in the back a lot back there and surround it with a solid land of crease, which will totally obscure And had it and in that's what they're intended right now. It's specifically plays for the partners for a reason, but calls round their word is where most of the defenders died. Not all but when they had their last stand fall back back to the long barracks and and they were fine from the rooms. That area right up there in front for the cenotaph stands, and that's why the culprit. Compagnie, along with the governor of Texas and the city government of San Antonio, back in the 1936 decided that's the appropriate place and that's where it should be. Ah, and to yank that out off of the battlefield. It's very much a can't somebody rip out the tomb of the unknown soldier and take it completely out of Arlington. It's just Outrageous and by the way, cenotaph means empty, too. That's that's why it's called that the The defenders were drug off after the battle and barn and funeral pyres, and that's why they call it an empty tomb to represent them. Or they were actually killed on that very ground way. Haven't heard much from the state on this. Is there a reason why Governor Rabbit in the state of NY got more involved in this? Ah! That's a good question. The only public official in the state who has done anything on this and came out publicly against it is Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick. Governor Abbott has not lifted a finger. Ah, hey, did Ah, I know that he Personally killed the bill in the Legislature. A year ago, We had a bill passed ready to pay us it was ready for final vote that would've protected all monuments in Texas. In the big cities. You had Republicans vote before anything could be done to take him down. You couldn't just have mobs ripping him down, and it was excellent bill. It was. It was closest to perfect as you'll ever see. And we headed on the very verge of passing and the last Friday night, Friday night Massacre, he went to the speaker of the House. Tell him to take that off the calendar. Do not let the house there was one final vote on before the house and it was going to be the law and he yanked it down, so he's been on their side. All along through this, and I can't explain that do know there's millions and millions of dollars involved. The plan's supposed to be a $450 million plan. The state has already given him 100 million out of our rainy day fund for this and a lot of big money involved. And you know what that means? Yeah, I do. I do, Rick. Thank you for the update. Appreciate that, But when was the vote again? Well, it's away from the bar. And when I want to get out is that the only way we're going to stop this? And we want to ask everybody to go to save the Alamo dot us The website If United States not dot com, save the Alamo dot U. S and very simple instructions there to send an email to the historical commission. It could be just one sentence. Please vote no on the permit to move the cenotaph. And we have to literally flood them. But in the next seven days with thousands and thousands of emails if we have a chance at all of stopping this, because it's like David and Goliath battle, and you've got all the big money, people the whole city, the chamber of Commerce there all Pushing this and pressure in the committee with this fear campaign that if they don't Issue the permits. The whole plan's going down the tubes, and it's all totally Bogus total falsehood. So we're asking everybody to police. It takes just a couple of minutes. Send the e mails. Get everybody you notice in the emails, and we're asking people to send him every day between now and Sunday. Okay, again the website Save the Alamo. Don't you got us? Thank you Serving up site this moral Thank you so much for having me on brick range. President of the Save The Alamo Committee joining us here in news radio, 7 40 k t r H traffic.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Pickup. Up bird died when he hit a curb and was decaffeinated. Furred sister Clara Taylor says king refused to acknowledge her presence as he was strapped onto the gurney peso interest to trial his saved those Sean no Epson him fish out Jucker, and dine was kind of bored than a trial to it. Same attitude to me another white man was executed for the crime eight years ago. A third is serving life in prison Virginia based Booz Allen Hamilton today announced it will expand its tech and cybersecurity operations in San Antonio, adding two hundred and fifty high wage tech jobs downtown those Allen has been a management consulting firm for decades, and it's moving aggressively into computer security. There's Allen is also one of the country's top firms for recruiting veterans bear county has dried out pretty well from yesterday's rains and today, not many roads are closed. There are only one low water crossing that remains barricaded the rains delay the repair that sinkhole on highway ninety in all westbound main lanes remain closed between Luke for ten and. Hutt lane. The Texas Senate has approved allowing school marshalls to openly carry firearms on school grounds. Just like school police do currently marshals who are school employees like teachers and coaches who get extra training have to store their handguns in a safe or lock box. The Senate Bill which now goes to the house allow school boards to make the decision on whether they're marshals can openly carry on new measure being debated in legislature would require that the state land office the Texas historical commission and the daughters of the Republic of Texas. Sign off on any attempt to move that Senator Jeff off of Alamo plaza state Senator Donna Campbell's, the sponsor. They feared a sacrifice is a work of art commission. Back in nineteen thirty six members. I do urge your support for this Texas treasure and ask you to remember.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Paint that was used could not be cleaned despite of multiple attempts to do. So I have to be replaced all three of the taggers Gabriella Fred's Ondrej Castenada and Sydney Veras where sentenced to two hundred hours of community service, and it will all be done cleaning up a historic missions. A woman is hospitalized after she was shot during an argument at the replace apartments on west avenue inside loop for ten police driver in the area around two AM also reported being shot at and several shell casings were found in the parking lot. Police are looking for a man a woman running away from the scene. A Bill in the legislature would require that the state land office the Texas historical commission and the daughters of the Republic of Texas sign. Off before the Alamo Senator could be moved one foot. Let alone move three hundred yards to in front of the Mingo hotel. Deborah, Daryl told a state Senate committee that the Senate half appears to be one of those cases where what the people want is being ignored seems to be more difference too. Few people on city councils than there is to that of the majority of what people want many people testified that the eighty year old Senator would not survive a move of any sort and suggested the city hopes to get rid of it. The state legislature today takes a Bill that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana hotheads with a joint face a two hundred fifty dollar fine instead of an arrest time in a criminal record opponents say this normalizes smoking marijuana and worries kids think it's okay assistant city manager. Dr calling bridgier who oversees public health likes the criminals ation plans like you shouldn't speed you shouldn't use marijuana. We don't put in jail for speeding put people in jail for marijuana. But she says if there's a culture change that smoking marijuana is okay. That needs to be for adult. Only team brings she says are still developing Michael board radio twelve hundred w high school shooter nNcholas cruise losing his public defender because cruise is no longer poor cruise is set to receive an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar payoff from a life insurance policy that he will share with his stepbrother believed to be purchased by his adoptive.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"NewsRadio twelve hundred w real good chances of storms tomorrow night through Wednesday morning until then cloudy skies today. Tomorrow high today seventy high tomorrow, upper seventies. The Texas legislature considering a resolution admitting that the state of Texas complicity in a practice that was described as slavery after slavery was abolished. Charlie. It's interesting that this comes right on the heels of former mayor Castro's comments yesterday that if he were elected president that he would appoint a commission to look into the possibility of paying reparations for slavery because this measure and the Texas legislature would pay reparations to the descendants of men who were caught up in an absolutely a horrid practice that was committed by the state of Texas after slavery was abolished. It's called convict leasing, and we really didn't know too much about it until the bones of ninety five individuals were dug up on former TD CJ property in fort bend County Down by Sugarland last year. And it was determined that these people were essentially worked. To death. And archaeologists who looked into the remains determined that. These were individuals who are participants in the convict leasing program that the state participated in a essentially to make it up to the plantation owners who lost out on their quote unquote property when slavery was abolished. What would happen is that African American men would be arrested frequently on trumped up or non-existent charges? They would be sent to the Texas prison system where they would then be leased out to either state run farms or plantation owners some of the men ended up on the same plantations where they had been enslaved and had just been released by the end of the civil war which had happened shortly before this process began this process began right after the civil war and ended in nineteen fourteen when the legislature eliminated it, but. Historians point out that the the thirteenth amendment to the constitution, which outlawed slavery has a bizarre and kind of disturbing clause in it. It says in the thirteenth amendment right in the constitution there shall be. No slavery in these United States of America, except if you commit a crime and be found guilty and become incarcerated. So technically, convict leasing was not against the amendment that abolished slavery. The state Representative Ron rap Reynolds who represents Missouri city, which is in the area where the bones were found is calling for the Texas historical commission to take up this issue to see if the man whose bones were found can be identified that they are descendants should receive some sort of reparations now just with the case of Houlihan Castro. Reparations is a good virtuous signaling word that checks a lot of boxes in the Democratic Party is at moves to the left further twenty twenty election. Nobody is quite sure what that means. The mayor Castro says he would avoided appoint a commission wishes in Washington speak away. The you can support something at end it's going to go away. But the legislature is serious about this Representative Reynolds Bill got a hearing in committee last week. It's going to come up again this week. And once again, it would be up to the Texas historical commission, how to try to make it up to the descendants of the man who were involved in this horrible. Barbaric practice that profited the state, and that's the argument. The Representative Reynolds makes is that the state made a lot of money on the backs of these individuals who are essentially slaves. And now we owe it to their descendants to try to make it up to them. All right, Jim. Thanks very much. Jim foresight morning commentary twice each day. GM's back again at eight ten Mike appel co host of the palca podcast coming up less than ten minutes. Our.

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"texas historical commission" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"texas historical commission" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Greater Austin says can be addressed to help fix the areas affordability crisis, the hba as David Glenn says, he's been working with the city of Austin as a toys with the new proposed fire code get in Renton analysis on to see how much it would actually cost to build a home to the specs that the code outlined the cost. Ultimately was eighty four thousand dollars to the price of every new home and construction costs if they were in a certain area of town working with the Austin fire department, Glenn says, he's found ways to reduce that construction costs about three or four thousand dollars more per home. Instead a state lawmaker whose district includes parts of bastrop and Caldwell county says there's a buzz around the capital with the election of Dennis Baden is speaker Representative John Syria says tackling school finance and property tax reforms job one. And that's been a priority. That's been Nali stated in the Texas house, but also record. From the governor and Lieutenant governor software like this is going to be the the session that could happen. And and we'll also wants to see the sporting goods sales tax only, go to parks and wildlife department and the Texas historical commission and not be rated by anyone else for any other reason, the downtown commission wants to work with awesome police to solve the issue of crime around the arch homeless shelter. Previous efforts have been successful. But only in areas where police presence has increased, but the commission says criminals typically move on to other areas of town to avoid increased police presence creating a unique problem for police to handle your KLBJ radar weather, watches, cloudy skies, sixty eight at Austin's airport now get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com. Newsradio KLBJ five ninety AM and ninety nine point seven FM presents the Jeff Ward and Clemens show. Thanks so much. Good actor everybody back yet. Sunny Davis kinda of hear it. One. More time come on. Thank you. That's sunny Davis. From a lot of TV shows and movies, you know, Johnny stole that because that was from the come on Ted commercials. Remember NSA was that may just for you. Sunny made exists for me. Yeah. We're close friends. I will go a many more Ray Benson's bus one night outside the broken spoke. Can you speak about or rockets? I was out there. Say Hello to raid before it went off broken spoken here came a cab, located musicians actors artists all sorts of people came we had trouble digging in we did. A lot of things to.

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