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"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Eighty eight seven in houston. I'm kyra buckley. Several corona virus. Vaccinations sites across the city will be accepting walk ins starting today. News eight seven's lucia vazquez says some we'll see extended hours as well. The houston health department is among several providers that will now be accepting walking's at all of their vaccination sites. Starting today they say that appointments are still available and preferable department decided to expand access in hopes of getting the vaccine to more people the femur on vaccination site at rg park began accepting walk ins last week in houston methodist is set to begin accepting walk ins for their sites today the houston health department. Also says they plan to continue using the j. j. vaccine within the next week after a nationwide pause on administration was lifted on friday i'm lucifer oscars in houston and that on the j. And j. vaccine was lifted after the cdc and fda determined the benefits outweighed the risk. There have been fifteen reports of blood. Clots out of nearly eight million people who have gotten the vaccine. The shot will soon be added back into the city's vaccination plan harris county used the one shot vaccine to reach underserved communities in the region but switched to the pfizer and maderna's vaccines during the pause. Bolt will require a second shot. Black and latino. Houston's have lost more jobs and wages during the pandemic than white workers business reporter flory and martin tells us about a new study showing what industries and communities have been most affected among both black and hispanic workers in houston ten percent lost their jobs between march and september of last year among white workers. Four percent loss jobs daniel potter author of the study for rice university houston education research consortium. He says an important indicator is to type of jopstone works in and how badly those industries have been affected by the pandemic restaurants hotels retail the types of jobs oftentimes being occupied by or hispanic individuals overall seventy five percent of houston workers making less than twenty thousand dollars. A year lost their jobs or experienced. Pay-cuts i'm fluorine martin in houston big streets project in southwest houston will provide more options for walkers and cyclists. The city of houston is taking away one of the car lanes on a busy segment of hill..

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"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Evan <Speech_Female> houston. <Speech_Female> I'm kiro buckley <Speech_Female> as we've <Speech_Female> been hearing all <Speech_Female> houston area <Speech_Female> adults now <Speech_Female> qualify for the <Speech_Female> cove nineteen vaccine <Speech_Female> starting <Speech_Female> today. Texas <Speech_Female> is opening up <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> news. Eighty eight seven. <Speech_Female> Lucia vazquez says <Speech_Female> residents <Speech_Female> can now choose from <Speech_Female> a growing number <Speech_Male> of vaccine <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> providers. <Speech_Male> Health officials say <Speech_Male> vaccine. Accessibility <Speech_Male> is increasing <Speech_Male> throughout the houston area <Speech_Male> allowing residents <Speech_Male> to use a growing <Speech_Male> list of vaccine providers. <Speech_Male> People <Speech_Male> can add their names <Speech_Male> to the harris county vaccine <Speech_Male> wait list <Speech_Male> on the harris county <Speech_Male> public health website <Speech_Male> or by phone <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> the houston health departments. <Speech_Male> Waitlist is <Speech_Male> available online <Speech_Male> at houston. <Speech_Male> Emergency dot <Speech_Male> org he. Stoning <Speech_Male> can also learn <Speech_Male> about new appointment <Speech_Male> opportunities through email <Speech_Male> text message <Speech_Male> or push notifications <Speech_Male> by registering <Speech_Male> for the houston <Speech_Male> recover subscription <Speech_Male> at alert. <Speech_Male> Houston dot orc. <Speech_Male> The federal <Speech_Male> government is providing <Speech_Male> the vaccine free <Speech_Male> of charge to all <Speech_Male> people living in the united <Speech_Male> states regardless <Speech_Male> of their immigration <Speech_Male> or health <Speech_Male> insurance status. <Speech_Male> According to <Speech_Male> the cdc <Speech_Male> i'm <SpeakerChange> lucille vas <Speech_Female> in houston <Speech_Female> texas health <Speech_Female> agencies. Collect <Speech_Female> a lot <Speech_Female> of data <Speech_Female> but not much information <Speech_Female> on ethnicity <Speech_Female> health <Speech_Female> reporter. Sara <Speech_Female> willa ernst explains <Speech_Female> how that could <Speech_Female> lead to misrepresenting <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> certain communities <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> texas state <Speech_Female> health agencies <Speech_Female> collect data on race <Speech_Female> but not anything <Speech_Female> more specific <Speech_Female> like ethnicity <Speech_Female> which means disparities <Speech_Female> between subgroups <Speech_Female> can <Speech_Female> erase in the data <Speech_Female> for example. <Speech_Female> Seventeen percent <Speech_Female> of the state's asian <Speech_Female> population doesn't <Speech_Female> have health insurance. <Speech_Female> But nepalese <Speech_Female> and burmese <Speech_Female> texans are <Speech_Female> uninsured around twice <Speech_Female> the rate <Speech_Female> according to usn's <Speech_Female> data from two thousand <Speech_Female> fifteen <Speech_Female> season wu is <Speech_Female> but the texas data <Speech_Female> quality coalition <Speech_Female> the group behind the bills. <Speech_Female> He <Speech_Female> says those details <Speech_Female> can determine <Speech_Female> where <SpeakerChange> certain resources <Speech_Male> should go. <Speech_Male> I mean i think good policy <Speech_Male> is derive <Speech_Male> from good <Speech_Male> information. <Speech_Male> I used to be an engineer. <Speech_Male> And we <Speech_Telephony_Male> had a saying of <Speech_Male> garbage in garbage <Speech_Telephony_Male> out. If you don't have good information <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> informing you. How can you <Speech_Male> ever imagine <SpeakerChange> making <Speech_Female> good decisions. An <Speech_Female> example of this <Speech_Female> when houston place <Speech_Female> mobile cova testing <Speech_Female> units in black and brown <Speech_Female> communities with more <Speech_Female> vulnerable populations. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I'm sarah <SpeakerChange> will ernst <Speech_Female> in houston. We're <Speech_Female> learning that. Two <Speech_Female> more people from <Speech_Female> the houston area <Speech_Female> were arrested <Speech_Female> over the weekend <Speech_Female> in connection to the january <Speech_Female> sixth capital <Speech_Female> attack <Speech_Female> christian cortez <Speech_Female> and benjamin rush <Speech_Female> larrocha <Speech_Female> rather were <SpeakerChange> both arrested <Speech_Female> at a house in <Speech_Female> seabrook. The <Speech_Female> two men joined four <Speech_Female> other houston area <Speech_Female> residents who've <Speech_Female> since been arrested <Speech_Female> including a former. <Speech_Female> Apd officer <Speech_Female> at least <Speech_Female> thirty. Three texans <Speech_Female> are now facing <Speech_Female> charges in the <Speech_Female> wake of the capital <Silence> insurrection. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> It was a pretty good weekend <Speech_Female> for fans of houston <Speech_Female> area. Basketball <Speech_Female> teams playing in <Speech_Female> the postseason. <Speech_Female> The women owls <Speech_Female> from rice university. <Speech_Female> Or the <Speech_Female> w nit champions <Speech_Female> beating <Speech_Female> mississippi seventy <Speech_Female> one to fifty <Speech_Female> eight yesterday <Speech_Female> and for the first <Speech_Female> time in more <Speech_Female> than thirty years. <Speech_Female> The university of houston <Speech_Female> has advanced <Speech_Female> to the elite <Speech_Female> eight in the men's <Speech_Female> and cw tournament. <Speech_Female> The number <Speech_Female> two seeded cougars <Speech_Female> face. The <Speech_Female> twelfth seeded <Speech_Female> oregon state beavers. <Speech_Female> That's tonight <Speech_Female> at six fifteen <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> sunny with highs in <Speech_Female> the seventy s. 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"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Who's eighty eight seven in houston. I'm kyra buckley as more. Houston's are able to get covid. Nineteen vaccine some park facilities that had been closed due to the pandemic are reopening. This week used to mayor sylvester. Turner says city fields are opening backup to sports leagues allowing people for example start the softball leagues things of that nature of the end of this month. The courts will start to go up but we'll phasing it in my body basis that audio courtesy of univision the parks department says the syllables are subject to closure again based on kovic case numbers which have been going down but the city is still seeing hundreds of new cases each day also health officials are concerned that spring break travel could cause an increase in the covid nineteen count across the state. There's been an uptick of people reporting dead birds in their yards as our environmental reporter. Katie watkins tells us while life officials say there's one simple thing people can do to help texas parks and wildlife officials say there's been an increase in reports of dead pines skins type of finch with yellow and brown coloring. Though the exact cause is unknown. Experts believe a disease is spreading through bird feeders and bird baths. Here's anna valerie with houston autobahn. Who says she's never gotten so many inquiries about sick and dying before these feeders can act as a vector where one bird comes in sheds. Its it's illness at on the feeder and then all of a sudden all these other birds who are coming in and feeding at the same feeder are are getting sick valerie's as people who find sicker dead. Birds in their yards should take down any bird feeders for a few weeks and clean them. I'm katie watkins in houston h. Isd will be holding public virtual meetings this week as the search for a permanent superintendent continues. Lucia vazquez says the district intends to find someone by june. Hr hd will hold twenty virtual meetings this week in order together feedback from the community regarding the next superintendent for meetings will be held each weekday scheduled at ten. Am twelve pm five pm and six thirty pm. The search began after the board voted against giving the role to interim superintendent her leith in in november twenty twenty. The board then launched a nationwide search to fill the position leith announced earlier this month that she would be leaving. Hi st to become superintendent of springfield public schools in missouri on mussa vasco in houston and. Lucio is also following the now thirteen sexual assault accusations against texans quarterback deshaun watson you can hear more on houston matters coming up at nine o'clock the rice university women's basketball team.

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"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

03:18 min | 6 months ago

"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Live from <Speech_Female> news. Eighty eight seven <Speech_Female> houston. I'm <Speech_Female> kyra buckley. <Speech_Female> The number <Speech_Female> of covid. Nineteen <Speech_Female> cases and hospitalizations <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> in texas is <Speech_Female> decreasing <Speech_Female> as vaccines find <Speech_Female> their way into more <Speech_Female> arms <Speech_Female> but news. Eighty-eight sevens <Speech_Female> lucia vazquez. <Speech_Female> Says the state <Speech_Female> still <SpeakerChange> has a long <Speech_Male> way to go. <Speech_Male> The number of newly <Speech_Male> reported corona <Speech_Male> virus cases <Speech_Male> in texas has declined <Speech_Male> and data <Speech_Male> from johns hopkins. <Speech_Male> Shows the rolling <Speech_Male> average of <Speech_Male> the state is <Speech_Male> down about thirty five <Speech_Male> percent but <Speech_Male> texas still saw <Speech_Male> more than fifty <Speech_Male> five hundred new <Speech_Male> cases over the weekend <Speech_Male> and the houston <Speech_Male> health department is <Speech_Male> reporting that nine hundred <Speech_Male> fifty seven <Speech_Male> of those are here <Speech_Male> in the bayou city <Speech_Male> however the state <Speech_Male> also reports <Speech_Male> the fewest covid <Speech_Male> nineteen hospitalizations <Speech_Male> since october <Speech_Male> and the <Speech_Male> estimate of active cases <Speech_Male> has fallen by <Speech_Male> more than one thousand. <Speech_Male> Nearly <Speech_Male> one million harris <Speech_Male> county residents have <Speech_Male> gone at least one dose <Speech_Male> of the vaccine <Speech_Male> and over four <Speech_Male> hundred thousand <Speech_Male> are fully vaccinated <Speech_Male> still <Speech_Male> texas has surpassed <Speech_Male> more than forty seven <Speech_Male> thousand deaths <Speech_Male> due to the pandemic <Speech_Male> and houston recorded. <Speech_Male> Another twenty <Speech_Male> one. Covert related <Speech_Male> deaths over the weekend. <Speech_Male> I'm <Speech_Male> lucy <SpeakerChange> vazquez. <Speech_Female> In houston houston's <Speech_Female> affordable <Speech_Female> housing shortage <Speech_Female> is among the <Speech_Female> most severe <Speech_Female> in the country. <Speech_Female> As jen rice <Speech_Female> tells us a new <Speech_Female> report ranks houston <Speech_Female> behind every <Speech_Female> us city <Speech_Female> except las vegas <Speech_Female> when it comes <Speech_Female> to housing <SpeakerChange> scarcity. <Speech_Female> There's no <Speech_Female> city in the <Speech_Female> country that has <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> enough housing available <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> for extremely <Speech_Female> low income <Speech_Female> renters. <Speech_Female> That's according to the latest <Speech_Female> annual report <Speech_Female> from the national <Speech_Female> low income housing <Speech_Female> coalition <Speech_Female> even the best <Speech_Female> cities on the list <Speech_Female> take providence rhode <Speech_Female> island have only <Speech_Female> half the units. <Speech_Female> They need but <Speech_Female> in the houston area. <Speech_Female> The gap is dire. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> There's enough <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> affordable housing <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> for only nineteen <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> percent <Speech_Female> of low income residents. <Speech_Female> Who live here. <Speech_Female> The coalition <Speech_Female> is calling for congress <Speech_Female> to create <Speech_Female> a permanent national <Speech_Female> housing <Speech_Female> stabilization fund <Speech_Female> to get emergency <Speech_Female> assistance to <Speech_Female> low income households. <Speech_Female> I'm <SpeakerChange> rice <Speech_Female> in houston. <Speech_Female> The houston fire <Speech_Female> department is planning <Speech_Female> to carry out <Speech_Female> a burn <Speech_Female> within city limits <Speech_Female> for the first time <Speech_Female> in about two decades <Speech_Female> firefighters <Speech_Female> will <Speech_Female> burn seven acres <Speech_Female> at the houston <Speech_Female> arboretum to help <Speech_Female> prevent future fires <Speech_Female> and rejuvenate <Speech_Female> the land. <Speech_Female> Justin huddleston <Speech_Female> is h. Fda <Speech_Female> wildland <Speech_Female> coordinator. He <Speech_Female> says for the burn to be <Speech_Female> safe. Numerous weather <Speech_Female> conditions <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> all need to line up <Speech_Male> where we like <Speech_Male> the fire. We don't want the <Speech_Male> smoke to linger real <Speech_Male> low of <Speech_Male> an impact <Speech_Male> on the environment. <Speech_Male> Impact traffic all <Speech_Male> those things. So <Speech_Male> we reich scripts <Speech_Male> ahead of time to where <Speech_Male> we're looking <Speech_Male> for that smoke <Speech_Male> to travel up <Speech_Male> outside of the treetops' <Speech_Male> into the air <Speech_Male> and then <Speech_Male> disappeared <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> in just versus. <Speech_Female> The exact day will <Speech_Female> depend on weather <Speech_Female> conditions but the fire <Speech_Female> department hopes to <Speech_Female> carry out the burn between <Speech_Female> now and <Speech_Female> april <SpeakerChange> second. <Speech_Female> The <Speech_Female> university of houston. <Speech_Female> Men's basketball <Speech_Female> team has heading to the <Speech_Female> sweet sixteen <Speech_Female> of the ncw <Speech_Female> tournament after beating. <Speech_Female> Rutgers yesterday <Speech_Female> the number <Speech_Female> two seed cougars <Speech_Female> will now face <Speech_Female> eleven seeded syracuse. <Speech_Female> On saturday <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> the women from rice <Speech_Female> university have <Speech_Female> made it to the third <Speech_Female> round of the w. <Speech_Female> nit. They <Speech_Female> played tonight at <Speech_Female> seven <Speech_Female> scattered rain and <Speech_Female> storms. Today with highs <Speech_Female> in the seventies. <Speech_Female> i'm kyra buckley. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> Seven <Speech_Male> support <Speech_Male> for. Npr <Speech_Male> comes from npr stations. Other contributors include i-drive with remote.

"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"lucia vazquez" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Early s- caused by the storm. Apartments multifamily homes and commercial property owners have to apply to get bills adjusted with automatic bill. Payments can either temporarily stop the payment until it's justed or get a credit on the next bill the city estimates one in four houston households experienced a during the winter storm. I'm jen rice in houston. The city of houston is expecting more than six hundred million dollars from the stimulus bill. The president plans to sign tomorrow. News eighty seven's lucia vazquez says there are fewer spending restrictions than in previous packages. Houston will be able to use the federal funds to replace revenue lost due to the pandemic allowing the city to avoid harsh budget cuts. The city will see more than three hundred million dollars within sixty days of the bill being signed. The remaining funds are expected in about a year. Lizzie avaz reporting that university of houston. Women's basketball team is out of the afc tournament. The cougars lost to ufc yesterday. The men's team plays tomorrow at six o'clock. The women owls from rice university. Play this morning at eleven. The men from rice beat marshall yesterday seventy to sixty eight and a conference usa tournament game. They'll play again today. At six o'clock expect mostly cloudy skies throughout the day with highs around eighty than those clouds expected to stick around. Overnight with lows in the sixties gradually becoming sunny throughout the day tomorrow with highs backup around. Eighty i'm kyra buckley news. Eighty eight seven support for. Npr comes from npr stations. Other contributors include maryl- maryl- guide..