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"Also scattered thunderstorms. On the tiny weather radar we'll. Have more of that with chief meteorologist Dan. Bruneau coming up with traffic, and weather. Together, on the aids with Mike Rogers and Amanda, garra I'm Scott SAM's this is the KRLD morning news thank you. For being with us this morning. We begin in? Fort, Worth search dogs now looking for a missing eight year old boy KRLD's Allen sky joins us live from Fort Worth with the latest he's been. Missing since last night is that. Right Allen Yeah. That's right Scott in fact we're. Just about to get an update from from. Fort Worth police they brought, in those. Search, dogs to try to find eight year old, do you Don Bhutto he disappeared yesterday his parents say he was. Playing with France but he never. Came home for? Dinner They they they were going door to door trying. To find trying to find the child and. Police have been asking for for anyone who might have seen. What happened or who might. Know where the boy is to contact them. They they didn't think there is any foul play they thought maybe he just went to sleep in a friend's. Apartment and, so they've been going door to door the also put up a helicopter to take a look around there's a park near here there, are some. Woods. Near here as. Well and. So we're about, to get an update from Fort Worth police to see if maybe they had found, him. But yeah they just they disconnect out an amber. Alert because they didn't have any suspect information to pass along to. Us live in Fort Worth. Allen sky NewsRadio thanks Allen eight oh. Four, now at. KRLD. A big, pharmaceutical company will pay millions of dollars to Texas to settled some. Lawsuits Astra Zeneca is accused of cheating the state's Medicaid program the company. Will pay one hundred. Ten million dollars. To settle claims it fraudulently marketed to medications, Sarah quel an antipsychotic and Kress store A cholesterol drug Astra Zeneca maintains it did nothing wrong the drug maker still faces another lawsuit brought by one of the Texas whistle blowers in federal court in Brooklyn on behalf of the United. States and more than two dozen states Cameron Fairchild. NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD I go man charged with assaulting why for. The hammer is free on bail this morning. Stephen Hayes was arrested yesterday charged with aggravated assault with a. Deadly weapon for hitting his. Wife in the head with a hammer during. An argument police say it happened at their home on Sunday morning according to officers that you attended a concert. At the, American Airlines center on Saturday night Christine Hayes returned home I her husband later then they started fighting after being hit in head with, a hammer. She. Went to the. Home of. A relative who, Turkey to the hospital she is going to be just fine she was treated and, released. This isn't the first time however Hayes has been. Arrested the morning news reports last fall he pleaded guilty to attempt. Attempted assault and extortion of. A woman who accused him of hitting Her pushing her down the stairs at a bar in Vail city hall in Fort Worth has released its proposal to fix the city's pension fund KRLD's Andrew Greenstein has the story Fort Worth city manager David Cook said in the afternoon work session that there is currently a. Pay gap in the city's pension fund of ten and a half percent to bridge that gap he's proposing an increase in city contributions of three percents and an increase in employee contributions of two point three percents the rest would come from changes in eligibility and benefits mostly in cost of, living adjustments, employees that. Don't have twenty five. Years of service don't get the Colo or if you had twenty. Five years of service you don't get the Colo for the amount above. That figure cook noted that this is. Merely the starting point at. That a final proposal is, still, months away the city. Hopes to have changes implemented in. The first half of next year at Fort Worth city hall Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD New teachers in Dallas ISD are getting a head start on preparing for the first day of school the Dallas ISD is holding a new teachers academy today for all teachers who. Are new to the district John, with the district's human resources offices they will attend workshops to improve their classroom skills and hear from district leaders including superintendent Michael Hinojosa. Everyone's always excited to hear the superintendent he gets everybody excited and everybody pumped up energize four on the, first day. Of school event at the music hall at fair park wraps up with an outdoor party with food trucks so the new employees can get to know their workers. School starts in the Dallas ISD August twentieth Stephen, Pickering NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD lawyers for the city of Dallas. Are asking a judge to stop more depositions from director of. Aviation Mark deep nerve in the love. Field gate fight delta and Southwest Airlines want to ask more questions in the run-up to next year's lawsuit, over that disputed gate gate fifteen The city says the is already spent three days, giving depositions and he has other things to, do with his time the. Lawsuit over the gate scheduled for next year delta says it has the right to lease that gate Southwest though says it. Is the legal tenants eight oh eight coming up the latest on those terrible wildfires in California and at eight fourteen. Your next chance to win a thousand dollars traffic. And weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD It's.
AstraZeneca settles Texas drug lawsuits for $110 million
"A big, pharmaceutical company will pay millions of dollars to Texas to settled some. Lawsuits Astra Zeneca is accused of cheating the state's Medicaid program the company. Will pay one hundred. Ten million dollars. To settle claims it fraudulently marketed to medications, Sarah quel an antipsychotic and Kress store A cholesterol drug Astra Zeneca maintains it did nothing wrong the drug maker still faces another lawsuit brought by one of the Texas whistle blowers in federal court in Brooklyn on behalf of the United. States and more than two dozen