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"fort bliss" Discussed on AP News
"Legit Fort Bliss in Texas of Village built to house thousands of evacuees from Afghanistan. The Bite administration allowed the media in to get a look at one of eight military installations created to house Afghan citizens who had to flee their homeland. It's a sprawling area with air conditioned tents to provide dormitories and dining halls and brigade commander Colonel Michael Wagner says the refugees at the El Paso Base our first Green for Covid 19 and given a vaccination, don't get them assigned. To housing and then help them move out to accommodations. The military says. The nearly 10,000 visitors also undergo security screenings at this point, none of the evacuees at Fort Bliss has yet been released for resettlement. I'm Jackie Quinn, the president's executive order setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers. Touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's fears massive job losses, This order would result potentially and millions of Americans losing their jobs. But Jonathan Cherif, the CEO of a company that runs a number of car dealerships in South Florida, says two of his workers have died. And a number of others had to leave the job because of long term effects of Covid 19. We need to get it under control. We need to be able to go forward in our lives as we once knew it. At the La Fonda on the Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, general manager Rick Blythe says 85% of his staff of well more than 100, people are vaccinated. And the mandate will eliminate his concerns about guests who may or may not be vaccinated. Having my step back state is one thing, and that's great, and I'll be very happy about that, but also knowing that a lot of people walking through our doors are working for bigger employers, hopefully, and they're also vaccinated. I'm Tim Maguire. I'm Mike Rossi a reporting the CDC finds unvaccinated people are 11 times more likely to die of Covid 19. Three new studies conducted in the United States that were released Friday show Covid 19 Vaccines remain highly effective against hospitalizations and death. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says one study tracked over 600,000 Covid 19 cases in 13 states from April through mid July. It found the unvaccinated were 4.5.
US Gives 1st Public Look Inside Base Housing Afghan Refugees
"There's a new village at Fort Bliss in Texas village built to house thousands of evacuees from Afghanistan the blighted ministration allowed the media in to get a look at one of eight military installations created to house Afghan citizens who had to flee their homeland it's a sprawling area with air conditioned tents to provide dormitories and dining halls and brigade commander colonel Michael Wagner says the refugees at the el Paso base our first screen for Kobe nineteen and given a vaccination don't get on my side housing and then help them move out there combinations the military says the nearly ten thousand visitors also undergo security screenings at this point none of the evacuees at Fort Bliss has yet been released for resettlement I'm Jackie Quinn
"fort bliss" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"I know most of my afghan knowledge comes from the movie. Charlie wilson's war With tom hanks. Julia roberts Of course which is mine came from spies like us ramble three. Oh my god. We're sending out into the field. Is that it did seem that people are basically like either way. We're going to stay there forever or this was inevitable and it does seem like because of the world we live in now social media and so quick to point fingers and blame instead of being like. How do we handle something that is just in itself. tragic is a you know what i mean as opposed to just being like. It's their policy paul. Therefore it's like. Can we just do the best we can handling this. That's what my wish would be. This has been interesting. Because i think there was a pretty wide broad consensus that america's own infinity war had to come to an end so ending the war and bring the troops home was very popular. This was actually decision. Made by the previous administration with a deal that was hammered out. Back in twenty nineteen and then started coming to fruition in two thousand twenty and was put into place with an actual pullout deadline of may the end of may which the biden administration came in. That was like three months into his administration. They did some negotiations to kind of. Push it to the end of august. They i think the august thirty first was sort of an arbitrary date pulled out because they didn't they wanted it to be over by the twentieth anniversary of september eleventh that being said the logistics of doing something like this are messy because as soon as it starts. Chaos erupts soon as you start. Sending people home chaos erupts. And as we we've sort of seen there were wires emails earlier going back saying hey you might wanna think about going in a lot of people who are on the ground didn't want give up the mission. There are a lot of people working in the state department. There are a lot of people at the embassy who just refuse to to just up and leave the whether they're working with afghan nationals on the ground trying to get working the visa issues that was backlogged because of a lot of things that happened the previous administration and over the past twenty years all of the logistical problems. They didn't wanna leave until they were forced to leave. And now it's a question of getting everyone out one thing that's been interesting is the initial chaos which was terrifying and frightening and did take everyone by surprise the the ability for us to move tens of thousands of people out as quickly as we have just in the past couple of days has been extraordinary and so i think there can be some criticism leveled at how we allowed that to sort of blow up both figuratively and literally and allow such a good optics for the taliban. But it's also sort of lit a fire under everyones asses and was like. Hey we we gotta do this and no time to think about now. Just get people on planes do it. We're working with with allied countries working with coalition partners. I don't think. I think if we had not seen that chaos erupt it would have been much more difficult to convince a lot of these other countries to be accepting refugees. At the rate they're accepting them and also us. We're sending refugees to fort bliss. Fort lee fort mccoy right now. We're bringing them into the into the us..
"fort bliss" Discussed on KCRW
"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. The Biden administration says it may extend the August 31st deadline for the U. S military to fully withdraw from the country as troops work to evacuate at thousands of American diplomats and other personnel from the airport in Kabul. The Taliban says it would not agree to an extension and has warned of consequences of Western forces don't leave Afghanistan by then. In the meantime, refugees from Afghanistan have arrived at a military base in Texas Angela Culture GAH from member station K T P Reports from El Paso. The Afghan refugees at Fort Bliss includes special immigrant visa applicants, their families and other individuals at risk, according to the Army. Press release announcing the first arrival Saturday did not say how many refugees are being housed at Fort Bliss, but indicated about 1000 service members are providing support for what is called Operation Allies refuge. The task force at Fort Bliss is helping with housing, medical and transportation support. More refugees are expected to arrive in the US in the coming days. U S Northern Command is working to build additional capacity of Fort Bliss for it, Lee Fort McCoy and possibly other military installations. I'm Angela co chaired in El Paso. You're listening to NPR news in Washington. Four days after testing positive for the coronavirus. Texas governor Greg Abbott says he has now tested negative for the virus. Texas Public Radio's Jerry Clayton has more. Abbott made the announcement Saturday evening on his Twitter account. I'm told that my infection was brief and.
"fort bliss" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"President biden and russian president vladimir putin agreed to begin a bilateral dialogue on nuclear arms. The two countries possess about ninety percent of the world's nuclear weapons to whistleblowers have worn congress about the dire conditions that the fort bliss military base in el paso texas where the government has set up large tents to hold thousands of unaccompanied migrant children. The whistle blowers say children are held in filthy conditions without adequate mental and health. Care in a statement. One of the whistle blowers are perlstein said quote gross mismanagement waste and abusive authority by those at the top who insisted on utmost secrecy lead to conditions for thousands of children at fort bliss that can only be described as constituting mistreatment. He said perlstein is director at the federal mediation and conciliation service in other news from texas. Two people died and thirty were hospitalized after a chemical leak at a plant outside houston tuesday. The company dow basil says one hundred thousand pounds of acidic acid accidentally leaked from its plant and laporte. The leak occurred less than a week after authorities in the port had to issue a shelter in place order following a chemical leak at a nearby dow chemical plant voting rights. Activists have begun selma to montgomery style march in texas to protest republican efforts to pass sweeping voter suppression legislation. Marchers are calling for an end to the filibuster passage of the for the people act and the full restoration of the nineteen sixty five voting rights. Act the reverend. William barber of the poor people's campaign is helping to lead the twenty-seven mile march. What we see happening here is happening all over the country texas is like the canary in the mine. And that's why we in texas just like alabama was the -tarian minus sixty five texas the canarian in twenty twenty one and we must nationalize texas in order to change the whole country. A former virginia police officer who participated in january. Six insurrection is backing shale. After investigators learned the man thomas robertson had placed an order for thirty seven guns after his arrest. Investigators had also found 'em for military style rifle and partially assembled pipebomb at his home. In addition prosecutors accused robertson of calling for more violence after january sex. The washington post reports. The former doctor of the usa gymnastics team. Larry nassar has spent more than ten thousand dollars on himself in prison while pain. Just one hundred dollars a year to his victims in two thousand. Eighteen nassar was sentenced up to one hundred seventy five years in prison. For sexually assaulting an abusing more than one hundred sixty young female athletes including olympic gold medal winner simone biles attorney john manley who represents many of the gymnasts abused by nasser criticized the bureau of prisons saying quote. They're allowing the worst child predator in american history to spend thousands of dollars on himself and pay eight dollars a month to his victims. Something is completely broken and needs to be fixed. He said a longtime journalist. Glenn ford has died at the age of seventy one. He was co founder of black agenda report and a vocal critic of president. Obama the weird black agenda report have sometimes been saying that obama is not the lesser of evils but the more effective evil. He's first of all created model for austerity a veritable model with his deficit reduction commission and he's introduced preventive detention law for preventive detention. These expanded The theaters of war in drone wars. And he's made a an unremitting assault on on international law the late glenn ford speaking on democracy now in two thousand twelve and debate with michael. Eric dyson you can watch the full debate. At democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report coming up. We'll speak with emergency room doctor. Lena win baltimore's former health commissioner about the pandemic and her new book lifelines.
Study: Texas Bases Lead Army Posts in Risk of Sexual Assault
"Female soldiers in certain states faced a higher risk of sexual assault and other misconduct at their military bases in women at other locations across the country the rand corporation study the incidence of sexual assault harassment and other misconduct at army bases and finds female soldiers at Fort Hood and Fort Bliss in Texas face the highest risk particularly those in combat command's field artillery or engineering jobs other bases with red flags are fort Campbell Kentucky fort Carson Colorado and Fort Riley in Kansas the review follows last year's death of army specialist Vanessa again at Fort Hood which led to criticism of military leaders for not adequately dealing with high rates of sexual assault and harassment at that base Jackie Quinn Washington
Migrant Children Held in Mass Shelters With Little Oversight
"The biden administration is holding tens of thousands of asylum seeking children in an opaque network of some two hundred facilities that the associated press has learned spans two dozen states and includes five shelters with more than a thousand children packed inside confidential data obtained by the ap shows the number of migrant children in government custody more than doubled in the past two months and this week the federal government was housing around twenty one thousand children from toddlers to teens a facility at fort bliss. A us army post in el paso. Texas has more than four and a half thousand children as of monday. Attorneys advocates mental experts. Say that while some shelters are safe and provide adequate care. Others are endangering children's health and safety a us department of health and human services spokesman mark webber said the department stuff and contractors a working hard to keep children in the custody safe and healthy part of the government's plan to manage thousands of children crossing the us mexico. Border involves about a dozen unlicensed emergency facilities inside military installations stadiums and convention centers that skirts states regulations and don't require traditional legal oversight inside the facilities cold emergency in sites children on guaranteed access to education recreational opportunities or legal counsel
Biden holds first press conference as president
"Biden is disputing GOP claims that his decision to undo some Trump era immigration policies is to blame for the surge of Central American migrants crossing the Southwest border. In his first formal press conference since taking office more than two months ago, Biden said a short time ago, the heightened level of crossings occurs every year, especially around this time of year. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert Number one number two. They're coming because of the circumstances in country. Bind has put Vice President Kamila Harris in charge of the diplomatic mission to engage Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras to address the root causes of increased migration. The immediate concern is finding more space to house thousands of migrant miners arriving on their own. President says he's as the Defense Department to make Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, available for Housing uses base has 5000 beds.
"fort bliss" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Owner Boner. Rubio's in the other room. Entertain report is about 15 minutes away. What you working on Kalen Kanye West getting sued for $30 Million. I'll tell you why. Oh, wow. He got it, though, does he? Though I don't know. He's always saying he's saying that it was like Forbes list every year. Making a bunch of money. Who the hell knows? Doesn't Fort Bliss lie? Didn't we learn that from Kylie? Well, I don't know. They all have a lot of money. You know? I don't know if the numbers are, you know? Yeah, Me, too. Makes me Sam. I'm not sure. You think this should think this? You think this think they've stopped way you talking about Get my pretty name out of your mouth, Liam, Not the same thing with so don't talk like Valium. I think some of the world so this around it wasn't my idea. I'm supposed to have fun. I really couldn't care this and you could give him my best, but just know I'm not sure. I think that should do it. If you think that I think this I don't want press to put a name. That's the mind. We're on different nights. So it would have been nice enough. They don't call my book because I hate fun because I had to close my articles that you remain remarkable interviews, interviews from abuse when his second name, Majesty, did you have fun? I really couldn't care less and you couldn't give him my best, but just know.
"fort bliss" Discussed on WDRC
"Bring that resolution to the floor to get the president's nearly $2 trillion with a T relief package kicked off after the House passage, It'd bounce it over to the Senate, Fox's David Sponte. Meanwhile, the Army says it now knows what made a group of four bullets Texas soldiers sick. The 11 soldiers who took it Well at Fort Bliss in Texas on Wednesday, accidentally poisoned themselves when they drink ethylene glycol, apparently thinking it was alcohol after returning from a 10 Day field training exercise ethylene glycol is it clear, odorless, sweet tasting liquid, but it's used to make anti freeze. It can cause lung problems and kidney failure to of the 11 soldiers who drank it were critical now reported improving This is Jack Callahan. I'm Mary Course study and this is Fox News. Now for the show, reflecting on classic radio Hollywood 3 60 with your host, Carla Mama, you lost your magic. They knocked you off your game. You're Karl. Miss what's right out the window. What's with this car? All this? It's not even a Real word to conjunction proposition. It's a philosophy a way of life. It's your name with miss attached to it. Listen to me, if you would have done what I asked you to come in my dressing room before the show, you don't known that you weren't supposed to come out here until I introduced Jack. I tried to get into your dressing room, but I didn't have a nickel on. Understand You're pretty funny. Is it EJ and comedy is a kind of hobby of mine over.
"fort bliss" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"But he admits converting the country's existing energy infrastructure won't be easy. Last year, the biting campaign set a goal to install 500 million solar panels within five years. China currently dominates the solar manufacturing industry. The president of the Solar Energy Industries Association says the U. S can catch up under the right circumstances. Competition in the solar industry is expected to remain fierce, China's president said this week. His country is committed to supplying the world's renewable energy needs, Fox says Mark MEREDITH opponents say thousands of good paying American jobs in the oil and gas industry have been wiped out. Recycling plant that erupted in flames overnight is still burning in northwest New Jersey, The mayor of Passaic says one firefighter was taken to the hospital. The army says it now knows why a group of soldiers got sick this week. The 11 soldiers who took ill at Fort Bliss in Texas on Wednesday, accidentally poisoned themselves when they drink ethylene glycol, apparently thinking it was alcohol after returning from a 10 Day field training exercise. Ethylene glycol is a clear, odorless, sweet tasting liquid, but it's used to make anti freeze. It can cause lung problems and kidney failure to of the 11 soldiers who drank it were critical now reported improving Jack Callahan, Fox News. Blowing out the candles on a birthday cake might be enough for lots of people Lucky enough to turn 100 years old. But World War two veteran Charlie Montanaro was looking for a little bit more excitement. Montanaro took part in a sky dive yesterday in Arizona, calling the experience incredible and something he would do again next year. I'm Pam.
11 soldiers sick after drinking antifreeze chemical, Army says
"Confirms the 11 Fort Bliss shoulda soldiers who were hospitalized Thursday after ingesting a toxic substance well on the field training exercise, drank ethylene glycol. That's the primary chemical in antifreeze. Army says they believed they were drinking alcohol. Each of the 11 suffered ethylene glycol poisoning. Two of them were in critical condition at last reporter still in intensive care the remaining nine or released on Friday. City
11 soldiers sick after drinking antifreeze chemical, Army says
"It turns out to be anti freeze that 2nd 11 Fort Bliss soldiers in Texas. The Army says the soldiers thought they were drinking alcohol, but instead we're drinking antifreeze. The ingestion of substances along the lines of ethylene glycol can generate immediate damage to the kidneys. Deputy Commander of Medical Services Shauna Scully says the soldiers were treated at the Army Hospital. Five are still hospitalized. Two in critical condition the incident happened is the group is sending a 10 Day training exercise.
11 soldiers sick after drinking antifreeze chemical, Army says
"Launching a criminal investigation after 11 Fort Bliss soldiers were hospitalized with antifreeze poisoning. Katie GPS Angelika Jager reports from El Paso. The 11 soldiers required medical attention after drinking what they thought was an alcoholic beverage. It contained anti freeze. The soldiers were sick and Thursday at the end of a training exercise. To remain in intensive care. Colonel Shauna Scully is deputy commander of medical services that William Beaumont Army Medical Center. Thankfully, all 11 soldiers who were admitted to our facility. Two in critical condition and the rest in guarded condition have shown signs of significant improvement. Overnight. Antifreeze causes kidney damage and in high doses can lead to death. The Army has launched a criminal investigation into the poisonings. I'm
11 soldiers at Fort Bliss injured after drinking antifreeze, military says
"An unknown substance during a field training exercise at Fort Bliss. Army officials say two of them are in critical condition. The injured include a warrant officer, two non commissioned officers and eight enlisted members. All 11 are being treated at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, where they've been since the incident On Thursday afternoon. The New York Times reports that the unknown substance was quote acquired outside of authorized food supply distribution
11 Fort Bliss soldiers ingest unknown substance; 2 in critical condition: reports
"11 soldiers air sick after ingesting an unknown substance during a field training exercise at Fort Bliss, Army officials say two of them are in critical condition. The injured include a warrant officer, two non commissioned officers and eight enlisted members. All 11 are being treated at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, where they've been since the incident On Thursday afternoon. The New York Times reports that the unknown substance was quote acquired outside of authorized food supply distribution channels. The first Armored Division in a Twitter post said the incident posed no threat to the community. On
11 soldiers fall ill after consuming substance, Army says
"Says 11 soldiers were sickened after ingesting an unauthorized substance during a field training exercise at Fort Bliss, Texas. A statement from the Army says Two of the soldiers are in critical condition at the hospital in El Paso, not clear what that substance was, the army says those second include a warrant officer, two non commissioned officers and eight enlisted members.
Acting Capitol Police chief calls for permanent fencing after riot, Washington DC
"Continue to disagree about long term security measures. Three weeks after the January 6th riot, D C. Mayor Merial Bowser's resisting calls for permanent fencing around the capital, saying on Twitter, she will not accept that or extra troops in the long run. Mayor since the tweets after the acting chief of Capitol police called for permanent enclosures. Democratic Senator Tim Kaine described tensions the Fox five in D. C. One of the Capitol police officers. Following me down the hall and just said Senator came. Please be careful out there. There have been two more rest this week near the Capitol complex. One man was stopped trying to walk through a checkpoint. Another was arrested near Capitol office building with a hand gun and ammunition. 11 Fort Bliss soldiers are
"fort bliss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Together. Hard. Your weather channel forecast for this Friday Partly cloudy high of 65 Tonight's low 57 right now. Partly cloudy 45 degrees A 32 at news radio 1200 w away. I Well, they're still slow progress on coronavirus negotiations despite efforts by the Bidet administration and negotiate a deal so Democrats will likely move ahead on their own. Democrats may try to go it alone on the president's $1.9 trillion covert of relief plan, using a process called budget reconciliation, which allows for a simple majority vote. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the administration's looking for compromise part of unifying the country is addressing the problems that the American people are facing and working to reach out to Democrats and Republicans to do exactly that. Some Republicans want to break the package into smaller chunks. At the same time, GOP Senator Rob Portman wants a deeper accounting of what funds remain from the $900 Billion.8 package from December. Meantime, Biden is expected to delay a plan Syriza of executive orders on immigration policy in A sign he's hoping for a bipartisan compromise. One of items plans is to establish a task force to reunite families that were separated at the southern border. He's also expected to roll back Trump Administration policies about seeking asylum and ordered the development of new strategies to look at the root causes of migration from Central America. More questions and answers a sport bliss. Officials in El Paso say 11 soldiers were entered, including two who are in critical condition after ingesting an unknown substance during a field training exercise on Thursday, the Army Post says the soldiers are under medical care and an investigation is underway. The Biden administration is backing off the timeline for a complete troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. U. S forces in Afghanistan were reduced to 2500 and the final days of the Trump administration, but any further draw down he's now On hold, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said. The reason is simple. The Taliban has not lived up to its end of the agreement that would have led to a complete withdrawal by May. Taliban attacks continue on a nearly daily basis in Afghanistan, and peace talks between the group and the Afghan government have been stuck in the mud. A woman led a Bear county sheriff's deputy on a wild chase last night after she refused to pull over for cutting off another vehicle. The driver spent east on Luke Horton with speeds over 100 miles an hour before hopping on I 35 ending at her home off Fort Laramie near South We'd never rode on the Northeast side. Nobody said she refused to get out of the vehicle, even locking her doors. That's when deputies busted her windows and pulled her out. Her disabled common law husband, who was a passenger in the car, was not arrested. She's facing evading arrest. Indeed, Wi charges Republicans in Texas have used redistricting to stay in power, but that may be coming to an end. The Democrats, nearly 800 page for the People Act includes a provision calling for a change to the way congressional districts are drawn. It would require that states adopt independent redistricting commissions. Michaeli with the Brennan Center says it would alter the power structure in Texas because the majority would not be able to use their muscle to draw districts to their advantage. What happened in Texas over the course of multiple decades, including 2011 with Texas is match were found to be intentionally discriminatory. Democrats argued that reforms would give citizens a chance to offer their input. Michael board. NewsRadio 1200 W II, The Texas Department in charge of distributing covert vaccines has shifted its strategy from supplying as many providers as possible to focusing their efforts. The mass vaccination sites called hubs a mellow Garcia, the associate commissioner of the Department of State Health Services, says they've jumped from 28 large scale vaccination hubs to more than 80. This was largely driven because you know, as we shifted to the one bee populations, just the demand for vaccine, you know, really, really increase. The mass vaccination hubs are capable of vaccinating 2000 people a day. Johnson and Johnson single does. Corona virus vaccine may be less effective against some variant strains of the virus. The drug maker said today. Its vaccine showed 66% effectiveness overall in protecting against coronavirus and late stage trials. Vaccine was 72% effective in the U. S. But only 57% and South Africa it prove 66% effective and Latin America, Johnson and Johnson is expected to ask the FDA for emergency use authorization as soon as next week. Oh, less than one third of Texas public school students are leaving high school and getting a college degree or certificate, Education Commissioner Mike Meara says. That's a problem. It speaks to the urgency of our efforts to try to improve public education, and I would say those efforts have been Significantly harmed by the impact of covert 19. Morales says the best way to improve this is to get good teachers in the classroom. And that got a jump start last legislative session with the bill that significantly raise Teacherssalaries and put them on a path earned six figure salaries. The state's goal is for 60% of students to get a degree or certification by the year. 2030 All Space X is trying again today with the launch from Boca Chica Beach and South Texas that was canceled Thursday. Space X says the craft will attempt a landing flip maneuver before it touches down on the landing pad next to the launch Mount. The FAA did not say why the flight was postpone Elon Musk tweeted that the FAA space division as fundamentally broken regulatory structure, and under its rules, humanity will never get to Mars. Starship is part of a system Space X is designing for man flights to the moon, Mars and beyond. Well, someone in San Antonio is waking up Lucky because of winning Texas two Step Quick Pick ticket was sold last night Worth $400,000. The winning numbers were 1 15 21 25 30. It was sold at the lucky store grocery off McCullough Avenue. W O AI News time. A 37 traffic and weather together in a minute..
"fort bliss" Discussed on KTRH
"In the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic Center from Arcade carriage, John More services 24 hour whether Senate we're going to start off with just really clear skies and sunshine. You afternoon clouds high today 64 cloudy skies early tomorrow. Some afternoon showers. 40% Chance 74, Then Sonny and 67 degrees on Sunday schools we get looking running in the next week is fairly normal low sixties. Right now. 44 of your officials. Severe weather station news radio 7 40 ktrh. Let's get you caught up on our top stories. It's Friday morning in for sure. Right. Here's Cliff 7 50 on ktrh Headlines sponsored by Partners in building Morrell executive orders from President Biden, The man who One said he wouldn't governed by pen signs. Dozens of orders expands access to Obama care to soldiers at Fort Bliss in critical condition after ingesting an unknown substance during a training exercise, according to a TV report. Nine other soldiers also ingested that substance all remain under observation. Automakers got through covert but now face a new challenge. Xbox and PlayStation Lot times have led to more home gaming that's swallowing up huge numbers of semiconductors. The shortages led to manufacturing disruptions worldwide, In fact, in Texas Toyota was forced to cut truck production more on these stories at ktrh dot com. Our next update at eight o'clock, smartphones, laptops, desktops, smart TVs, tablets and smart speakers. All you have to do is tell your smart device to play ktrh on my heart radio 7 51 is a time or a big story this morning here in town is that the city of Houston Yesterday, confirming it had suspended.
"fort bliss" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"L I f way begin with some breaking vaccine News, Johnson and Johnson's one shot vaccine. Is not this good as people were hoping it's only showing a 66% efficacy against Cove in 19 in a large global trial. Now this is the old technology only need one shot. So it seems to me that it's like similar to the flu vaccine that we have now that's not always very effective, right. That's what that sounds like. Well, it'll be interesting to see if they proceed to try to tweak it may be improved their results or if they go ahead and market the stuff or they get out of the way. Get out of the business altogether. Right. So again, that was Johnson of Johnson, right? The one shot that it has. But Novavax said Thursday that it's it's Cove in 19 vaccine appears to be 89% effective ways down early findings in Britain. That's a lot better than 66. Yeah, but still not as good as the visor and the maternal vaccines that people are getting right now. Visor and Madonna really spoiling us for in terms of expectations, right? There's a explains like with flu vaccine. The reason that it's you know, more effective some years than others, and never, really 100% thing is simply because of the backs the virus. Um, changing night as as receiving. But this are in a technology trains the body to recognize the new Corona virus and the proteins. Two soldiers at Fort Bliss near El Paso, at last report were in critical condition after they and here's where just gets such a weird stuff. I mean, I know that we don't expect the military to be very forthcoming with information about things like this, but they ingested. An unknown substance during a training exercise, and that's all we get. They've ingested an unknown substance, and there were nine other soldiers who also ingested the substance. They're under observation. Army officials said More.
"fort bliss" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Ahead of headlines, traffic and weather together, And then we'll visit with Michael Palco from the bureau polic a podcast. Well, there's a new survey out charity, So I'm gonna ask you the question that was asked in this survey. Would you be afraid to get in the car? Get in a car. If the driver was your 16 year old self Uh, that would be a yes. Hard. Yes. According to the survey, 53% of people say absolutely. They be terrified. No, I ask you. Another question was asked in a survey. Did you get in an accident while you were learning to drive now? Okay. One in five people said that they got into an accident while they learned while they were learning to drive. Now, the most common driving teachers in this survey were Your dad. Is that your driving teacher? Oh, yeah. That was intense. Let me tell you. Yes, I remember that as well. Ah, friend. I've never had a friend. Teach me how to drive. It. Never had one of my siblings teach me how to drive. I did take a driver's ed. Did you? Did you take it at school? No. Me neither. I took it at a roads driving school. Yeah, it was it was separate from it was a very accelerated Driving school because I got through in three weeks and one day. He had a gun to it in school. We're taking a whole semester. Wow. And I've never would have taken driving instruction from my mom. Why not? Oh, my God. Are you kidding me? She doesn't like me like 20 miles, and she wasn't like the way anybody drives real quick story before we get to headlines and then Michael Palka First day I had my driver's license. I get out in the car by myself. And I got my driver's license at a time where your seatbelts were not the law and there's a on military drive where I grew up. There was a syriza of dips and I hit it too fast and almost knocked myself out. I hit that the roof of the car with the top of my head and got a little loopy and almost wrecked very first time I drove by myself. Wow, never made that mistake. Again. 11 Fort Bliss. Soldiers in El Paso are injured, two critically. After ingesting an unknown substance during a training exercise, Texas is temporarily adopted a new system to make it easier.
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"News Radio W Fell. A E cold fronts to ourselves, and the cooler air has arrived are high is only in the mid sixties. Today, it's 45 degrees had news radio w F L. A. It was an effort by the Republican House leader to get back into the good graces of former president Trump after he issued harsh criticism of Trump's role in the capital riot earlier this month meeting between California Congressman Kevin McCarthy and the former president was, according to a statement from McCarthy. Commitment towards 2022, helping elect Republicans to the House and Senate. The House GOP leader blamed Democrats for in his words, pushing an agenda that divides, Fox News reported. McCarthy got the invitation to meet with former President Trump as he was in Florida for fundraisers. He hopes working toward a Republican House majority in two years. We'll put him in line. B the next House speaker GURNAL Scott Fox. New Democrats say If Republicans refuse to cooperate, they'll have no choice but to move ahead with a bill to battle the Corona virus pandemic and boost the U. S economy. The Biden administration is not proposing the break up elements of a $1.9 trillion covert relief proposal. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president does not want choices made between helping families but food on the table or reopening schools safely. This is a Overall package and proposal that is absolutely targeted for the people who need it most. But he's happy to have a conversation about that. Republican leaders have balked at the price tag. But Democratic leaders are preparing to go it alone without Republican support, if necessary, using a budget reconciliation process that avoids a 60 vote threshold in the Senate on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News Getting more tense of the capital is President Biden's using executive orders Reverse executive orders and policies of former President Trump Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell slamming President Biden for unleashing a tsunami of pink slips as he put it as part of his $2 trillion environmental policy agenda announced this week, McConnell said those policies, including a moratorium on new oil and gas drilling on federal lands, harm the economic recovery from covert 19 buried in the flurry of executive actions. Guarantee for unemployment insurance to employees who refused to work with a covert 19 concerns. Indeed, virus concerns were thought to be largely responsible for the Labor Department reported 140,000 job losses back in December. Kevin Corke reporting 11 soldiers at a Texas army base of an injured after ingesting an unknown substance to of the service members are reportedly in critical condition. Officials at Fort Bliss Narrow pass. Oh say the incident happened on Thursday during a field training exercise, but they have not released details. Northeast.
11 army soldiers injured after ingesting unknown substance
"Army says nearly A dozen soldiers have been injured during a field training exercise at Fort Bliss in Texas. In a statement, the Army's first Armored Division says two of the soldiers are in critical condition after ingesting an unknown substance. The army has not released further details.
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"Sweeping coronavirus stimulus package in the smaller bills. We're not going to put ourselves in a place where anyone in a place where we're choosing between helping families to put food on the table and making sure kids go back to get back to school or getting a vaccine in the arms of Americans, press Secretary Jen Psaki told a briefing. The president expects vigorous give and take in negotiations over the nearly $2 trillion package. She said The stimulus is aimed at Americans who needed most 11 Fort Bliss soldiers are injured, including two critically after they ingested what's only being described now as an unknown substance. Officials at the Texas based said the incident happened Thursday during a field training exercise. No further details are available after none. President a few weeks of retail trading, Robin Hood will once again allow limited buying power and Gamestop, AMC and other companies caught up in a security buying frenzy. But the stock trading APP is facing a class action lawsuit for allegedly restricting the trading of stocks Band Manson has more. The suit was filed Thursday in the Southern District of New York. It comes after the Actus allowed users from acquiring new shares of stocks and companies like Game Stop. AMC and BlackBerry Robin Hood restricted buying after a reddit page skyrocketed the price of several cheap stocks by buying them in bulk. In doing so, the lawsuit claims the APP deprived retail investors of the ability to invest and manipulated the open market on that Madison Lady Gaga and Oreos. They're celebrating the nationwide release of the cookies inspired by the singer's latest album, Chromatic to On Twitter. Oreos hosting what they're calling a chromatic, a cookie.
11 Fort Bliss troops hurt, 2 critically, ingested "unknown substance"
"Fort Bliss soldiers are injured, including two critically after they ingested what's only being described now as an unknown substance. Officials at the Texas based said the incident happened Thursday during a field training exercise. No further details are available
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"Poster either being fired or suspended for the disappearance and death of a soldier. The suspensions and firings come after an independent investigation into sexual harassment and assault allegations made by murdered soldier. Uh, Vanessa gains family. NBC's Jim Ryan is live with us Now, with the latest out of Texas Jim. How high up do the firings go? Is this the start of a larger reform plan? Well, yes, I mean, the firings go all the way to the top of the head. The commander who was in charge at Fort Hood, now has been reassigned to Fort Bliss. Hey, in fact, had spoken out. He was put in charge. Army Major General Scott effluent after the disappearance of In S a G. And he promised to get to the bottom of it to make sweeten richer changes across Fort Hood, but apparently the secretary of the army Ryan McCartney, but because he was not satisfied that the effluent had done that, and so Christina, he has been reassigned. 13. Others also are looking at this splinter any action. Manders and those below them who have been working at Port Hood for from a few months to a few years. Jim, just in a broader perspective, Fort Hood For those of us who aren't you know altogether, you know, as familiar with it as you are have they had a problem there in the past or a number of problems in the past. What's the history there with with Fort Hood? Do they need to clean it up? Tell us a little bit about the background. Well, yes, I mean, the place is huge. It's the size of a good sized city. Really? And so it has big city type problems like homicides like rapes like Sexual assault these sorts of things, But the rate is proportionately high compared to smaller army facilities around the country. So there is something going on there. That's what the Army secretary has determined. That's why he's made these changes in leadership there at Fort Hood. If you look at it. In fact, after the G n case, Army officials conducted investigations, interviews with 640, both male and female soldiers support Hood. Discovered 93 credible acts of sexual assault during those interviews, but only 59 of them had been previously reported. Soldiers have said in the past that they feel they be victims of retribution. And so they simply don't report when they're the victims of crimes. All right, Well, it sounds like there is the will to clean up. That sounds that way. Yeah, Issue. All right. Thank you very much. NBC's Jim Ryan. Time to check traffic at 7 20 on.
El Paso judge imposes two-week shutdown as COVID-19 cases spike
"County has shut down as a midnight following a recent spike in Corona virus cases the county judge gave the order for non essential business is too close for two weeks, since the county has not seen a level of infection like they're experiencing right now and warned hospitals could be pushed past capacity. Grocery stores, takeout restaurants and voting sites will stay open during the shutdown. Fort Bliss is also shutting down non essential businesses. Texas Attorney General Kim Paxton is looking to take legal action to prevent the shutdown, arguing on Lea Governor Abbott has that authority. The
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"Set to move to Fort Bliss for a promotion. But that coveted assignment as division commander has been taken away from him and a new general will be placed in charge at Fort Hood, CBS's Maria Villa Royal without report. And, of course, as we've been reporting the body of Brockton native sergeant Elder Fernandez Who went missing from that Texas base was found last week and is under investigation with classes resuming many students will be learning digitally from home, but some lacked the proper tech to do so. One family in California is getting some help. After a photo of two girls using the free WiFi at Taco Bell goes viral. The picture brings your heart into your throat. Two young girls sitting on a curb with their computers in their laps and a pencil and paper on the sidewalk in front of them. But not only has this Alina City Elementary School District provided the family with hot spots. Ah, go Fund me campaign has raised more than $130,000. A recent study finds that as many as 16 million public school students live in homes with devices of Internet connections that won't work for Digital learning. Taco Bill says the photo is a tough reminder. Of the basic inequalities facing our community's Alison Keys, CBS News It is 10 49 on this Wednesday another check of the forecast getting ready out there coming up in just about three minutes. We're hearing from Governor Charlie Baker for the first time since he activated 1000 members of the National Guard last Friday. Where's thousands gathered.
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"The man arrested for firing several gunshots out of a moving car is a Fort Bliss soldier twenty six year old Jonathan o'neill turned himself in on Monday he was booked into jail on a fifty thousand dollar bond the heat was on Neil after cellphone video was posted online of a man firing several shots from a semi automatic weapon it happened Friday night in northeast el Paso for bliss is not saying what if any disciplinary actions has been taken against him well the search for a missing el Paso woman is finally over eighty two year old one a looping Martinez is back with her family this morning after making it from el Paso the Juarez police say that she walked out of the home where she was celebrating Christmas and disappeared for about twenty four hours she was found in the water as hospital by her family who says Martinez continues to recover this morning with your CBS for news updates I'm just increase the Friday it's Holly block from the CVS for warm weather center our weather pattern will mix up a little bit as we head into the weekend but for your Friday expect highs in the mid to lower fifties across el Paso Los crucis breezy conditions with winds anywhere from about fifteen to twenty five miles per hour and a very slight chance of seeing an isolated shower passed through later on this afternoon keep in mind a very cool weekend ahead high temperatures only going to make it into the forties and Saturday were expecting windy conditions with gusts up to forty miles per hour remember you can track the latest satellite and radar just head to our website CBS for local doc this is a Bloomberg market many stocks had their best day in over a month after the government's November jobs report beat expectations employers added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs that are Jones industrial average climbed three hundred thirty seven the S. and P. five hundred gained twenty eight the nasdaq composite rose eighty six even before the holiday season we were spending the government says consumer debt rose more than expected October credit card debt jumped by nearly eight billion dollars after rising just one hundred eighty seven million the previous month an experimental blood cancer treatment from Bristol Myers Squibb and bluebird bio has cleared a key hurdle in its path to FDA approval in the trial the drug help more than eighty percent of patients who were near death president trump is ordering.
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"Parking restrictions when into effect on canon drive that's long lake front from Fullerton to diversity harbor this weekend one woman's got an issue with the changes because of the neighborhood and what surrounds that they're putting a lot of force into it to try and make it seem make people feel safe where is this these things happen in the city all the time and other neighborhoods don't feel safe but there isn't much more force going to their specific regions around there's confusion because posted signs sorry it's from eleven PM to five AM while flyers sorry it's till six AM hundreds of Illinois National Guard members being deployed to Afghanistan the largest such deployment a decade more from WGN's Bob Kessler about four hundred members of the first battalion one hundred seventy eighth infantry regiment of the National Guard headquartered on Chicago's south side will be deployed in support of counterterrorism efforts for more than a year we'll spend a few weeks training in Fort Bliss Texas before heading to Afghanistan in late September Bob Kessler WGN news sports traffic and weather next on WGN am checking WGN sports white Sox beat Minnesota five to one those two teams playing again today we got your pre game for your twelve thirty five on the first pitch with that DJ right here on seven twenty WGN Milwaukee over the cubs five to three in ten innings those two teams playing again this afternoon in Milwaukee checking WG and traffic lake shore drive north bound between Oakwood Boulevard and thirty first St is still closed off because of earlier and earlier action and police activity we got some of the traffic from forty seven street right now and you need to definitely find an alternative to that as that will be ongoing for some time over on the Kennedy outbound between sacramental in Montrose we've got some stop and go traffic right now things got a little bit better for your travel time from downtown to here it's down to only twenty nine minutes for personalized traffic on demand that the traffic Chicago apple proved by the more checks for its of team Hochberg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center rush the overnight we've got a slight chance for showers before.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson gets backlash after he celebrates having an army tank named after him
"Days. Hey, Dwayne the rock Johnson gets a backlash after he celebrates having an army tank named after him. This is an interesting story this morning, Dwayne the rock Johnson popularity has landed him a new recognition that he's pretty pumped about money is fans. Yahu news says though aren't so thrilled about it over the weekend. The actor shared the news for the tank in the First Armored Division at Fort Bliss. As been named after him. According to the local El Paso times, a name was selected by soldiers for the Blackhawks squadron last year named another tank just name that particular tank dropped as a baby whatever that means. But news of the new tanks and Monica got back to Johnson who shared his salute of respect and gratitude over the honor says the proud and his quotes grateful to the bone star had nothing to be good good things to say about the tank, which he called heavy duty and sexy and built to take care of business. His fans is the article goes on that. Well, plenty of his followers were equally impressed. Some didn't think it was such an honor worth celebrating. But this is what this is what Dwayne wrote as appreciation. I'm sending a salute every specked and gratitude to the Blackhawk squadron First Armored Division for the honor of naming their tank the most. Chance in the world to Wayne the rock Johnson. He says it's heavy duty and sexy and built to
U.S. government says it will detain migrant children with parents
"Try to do that later npr's ron elving thanks so much thank you scott government says it wants to hold migrant families in detention until their immigration cases complete now that's according to court papers filed late last night should be a big change from past practice because a longstanding court agreement limited the detention of children twenty days the latest move by the trump administration to try to curtail the flow of migrants arriving at the us border in the southern border and it's likely spark a fresh round of legal challenges and barriers joel rose joins us now joe thanks for being with us sure scott the trump administration has backed down from the practice of separating families at the border but they're still about two thousand migrant children in the government's care they have been separated from apparent what is this what does this mean for them well we've been waiting to understand how the government plans to reunify those families that were separated as a result of the administration's zero tolerance policy at the southwest border a federal judge this week gave the administration a very tight deadline told them to reunite those families within thirty days and if the children are younger than five within fifteen days and now we know how the government wants to do that they could the administration has the option of releasing these parents from immigration detention letting them live in the us pending their dates in immigration court but that is not what the in ministration says it wants and these court filings the government makes clear it wants to detain these children along with their parents instead of releasing them wherever these families be detained well the government is running out of space in detention centers for migrant families there are two facilities in texas to detain migrant families but they're at about eighty percent capacity so the government is moving ahead with another option the department of defense announced this week that it plans to start building to tent encampments in texas one at fort bliss in el paso specifically for migrant families so these families may be headed to that post in el paso but the courts have said children could only be held for twenty days right what what what happens thereafter well the government is trying to reconcile instructions from two different courts here one of them is the federal court ruling out this week ordering them to reunify these families and the other is what is known as the florez settlement which limits how long children can be held in jail like settings to about three weeks so in order to comply with the first ruling the government says it needs to hold families longer as long as it takes her their immigration court proceedings to play out and that can sometimes take months even years now i should say it is not at all clear if the judge overseeing the florist settlement will sign off on any of this she could approve longterm detention but she could also order that the parents be released with their children that they'd be monitored with gps ankle bracelets to ensure that they show up in court immigrant rights advocates are already urging the judge to reject the government's plan and their filing last night they say there's no reason to lift the limits and florez just to remedy the chaos as they put it that was caused by the administration's decision to separate these families in the first place and rights advocates also note that the same judge rejected a similar request from the obama administration just a few years ago and they say nothing on the ground has really changed since then joel the the reality not just the idea of separating and detaining families has sparked an outpouring of outrage across the country going to be a number of protests today aren't there yeah immigrant rights advocates are horrified they say detaining these children even with their parents is profoundly harmful they point out that these are mostly asylum seekers largely women and children from central america who are fleeing from violence in their home countries and immigrant rights advocates say we can do better that these migrants should be allowed to stay in the us to ask for asylum and they should be allowed to be free until those claims are heard protests are planned today in washington dc on the brooklyn bridge in new york and in dozens of towns and other cities all across the country npr's joel rose thanks so much you're welcome in annapolis maryland last night where students held a candlelight vigil to remember five employees of the capital gazette.
Tree falls on tent at Boy Scout camp in heavy rain, kills teen
"Eight oh one sixty eight degrees i'll tell you if the morning clouds and fog will break in five minutes i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish ages westbound traffic jammed in east park west park place crash that had two right lanes blocked now working on the right shoulder all back open seventy eight westbound just west of brockett road smilin' mark mckay wsb must be news time eight to this is a land is morning news and here's marcy williams and veronica waters a fourteen year old from texas dies at a boy scout camp in newton county sheriff's investigator jeff alexander tells wsb he was taking shelter from a storm in his tenth victim and his tent mate were inside of ten in a tree did follow did cause the death as a fourteen year old campbell tent mate is not hurt lana area scout council says it's keeping the victim's family in its thoughts and prayers are we sit trend appears to show atv taking over streets of downtown atlanta and sp's michelle wright reports live many drivers are not at all happy about that's right veronica among those not thrilled todd craig who tells channel two action news he was writing down peachtree street sunday afternoon around five that's when a gang of two and four wheelers surrounded his cost group sort of executes their own rolling roadblocks they will just pull up their vehicle stop right in front of any moving car dare them to hit them he says one of those atv drivers kicked in his door and broke both israel view mirrors atlanta police say they don't like chasing the vehicles because they can go off road and cause more harm but they are valley to get them off of city streets reporting live michelle wright wsb wsb's top national story at eight oh three attorney general jeff sessions insists it is still zero tolerance at the border we refused to prosecute these adults for illegal entry as many of our critics want us to do that would be a disservice i think to the people of this country but the head of customs and border protection says for now they are not referring adult immigrants over four prosecution until the question of family housing is resolved watch better system would be to keep families together through their immigration proceedings that's what the obama administration didn't twenty fourteen that's what the president has asked congress to help us do now fort bliss and goodfellow air force base in texas are being pressed into service to house migrants i'm two thousand kids remain in the custody of the department of health and human services and wsb washington correspondent jamie dupree says the head of hhs may some uncomfortable questions today about their detention a hearing today on prescription drugs democrats are making it clear they will ask the health secretary about the separation of immigrant kids and parents florida senator bill nelson eventually we're gonna find out why were forcibly taken away as for immigration reform in congress house republicans are now planning a vote on wednesday but gop leaders still seem short on votes read more on jaime's blog wsbradiocom and that's where you can also find out more about jamie's new voice gripped by fear of a trade war the dow drops three hundred twenty eight points harley davidson moves production overseas to avoid retaliatory tariffs imposed by the eu managing through this is costly and it definitely can cost jobs abc's rebecca jarvis says the largest nail manufacturer in the us mid continental nail is laying off dozens and warns that it may be out of business by labor day because of the president's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum wbz news time eight we'll keep an eye on the stock market today futures have been fluttering back and forth over the zero markelle some hours positive some negative.
U.S. chip stocks sink after new trade measures aimed at tech
"The dow's five hundred day trading street comes to an end today stocks tumble on fears over increasing trade tensions the dow falling three hundred twenty eight points tech stocks among the hardest hit that the administration would not allow chinese companies to invest in technology companies in the united states down semiconductor chip companies bank stocks all sold off across the board box nicole penalties at the new york stock exchange the nasdaq also sharply lower falling one hundred sixty points the snp losing thirty seven defense secretary jim mattis today confirming to us military bases will house migrants in the coming weeks fort bliss and goodfellow air force base both in texas will house up to twenty thousand illegal migrants from the southern border madison suggest the issue with reporters monday after visiting an air force base near fairbanks alaska providing housing shelter for those who you need is a legitimate governmental function this one i recognize the political aspects of it for us to tell logistic support effort located in el paso texas fort bliss sits a few miles from the border with mexico goodfellow air force base is located four hundred miles to the east lucas tomlinson and the pentagon the trump administration today saying that the reversal of its policy separating families who tried to enter the country illegally is only temporary last congress still has to step up they still have to do their job this will only last a short amount of time because we're going to run out of space we're going to run out of resources in order to keep people together and we're asking congress to provide those resources and do their job white house press secretary sarah sanders earlier today customs and border protection announced it has stopped referring cases involving children for prosecution fox news fair and balanced.