WFAA-TVBY: KATHERINE FAULDERS AND LUKE BARR, ABC NEWS(DALLAS) — The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas is expected to be used to house up to 3,000 immigrant male teenagers coming across the U.S.-Mexico border for up to 90 days, according to sources briefed on the plans and a memo obtained by ABC News.“This center will be a temporary shelter for unaccompanied children (Males 15-17 [years of age]) that have crossed into the US from the border in the Rio Grande Valley area,” the internal memo said.The memo was sent to members of the Dallas City Council by the Dallas Office of Emergency Management.The memo states the contract is in the process of being finalized and FEMA and the United States Department of Health and Human Services want to begin the operation as soon as this week.The federal agencies conducted walk-throughs of the facility over the weekend, according to the notification.“FEMA/HHS intends to operate a federally supported decompression shelter a KBHCC for up to 90 days,” the notification said.The memo said the 3,000 teens will be housed “while plans for more permanent sheltering or connection to sponsor families can be arranged.”A spokesperson for FEMA, which was recently brought in to help with the overcrowding at the border, told ABC News that the agency is doing everything they can to help.“FEMA is actively engaged with HHS to quickly expand capacity for safe and appropriate shelter, and to provide food, water and basic medical care,” the spokesperson told ABC News.T.C. Broadnax, the Dallas city manager, told ABC News in a statement that they are committed to working with the federal government to accommodate the request.“Collective action is necessary and we will do our best to support this humanitarian effort. Moving forward all questions should be directed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,” he said in his statement.As of this weekend, there are 4,276 children in U.S. Customs and Border Patrol custody, sources told ABC News, pointing out that it seems to be a record number.ABC News’ Ivan Pereira contributed to this report.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Angela Lansbury(Photo: Bruce Glikas) Star Files Lin-Manuel Miranda Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Angela Lansbury Isn’t Circling Game of ThronesApparently it won’t be a case of Dame of Thrones. After the interweb was set abuzz today with reports that Dame Angela Lansbury would appear in the seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, her reps informed EW that this wasn’t the case. So, we’re back to eagerly awaiting confirmation that the five-time Tony winner will headline the first Broadway revival of The Chalk Garden in the 2017-18 season then. Unless this is all an elaborate ploy by HBO to put us off the scent…wouldn’t be the first time!Lin-Manuel Miranda Banished From Hamilton RehearsalDespite being a Tony, Grammy and Pulitzer winner, as well as a certified genius, it seems that Lin-Manuel Miranda still has to listen to Hamilton director Thomas Kail when it comes to rehearsals for the hit tuner in Chicago. “If Lin brings a new lyric, I just send him out of the room immediately,” Kail told Billboard. As we’re sure you’re already very much aware, performances of the show begin on September 27 at the PrivateBank Theatre in the Windy City; it continues playing to standing room only audiences at Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre.Christian Borle & Laura Benanti Team UpThis is some lineup! Christian Borle, Laura Benanti, Skylar Astin, Carolee Carmello, Bryce Pinkham, Will Swenson and more Broadway favorites are joining forces for a one-night-only reading in aid of The Actors Fund. Proud of Us and Other Short Plays by Wesley Taylor will play on November 14 at New World Stages; buy tickets here!Brian Justin Crum Kills It on AGT (Again!)With this number, we could just picture Broadway alum Brian Justin Crum (Next to Normal) in the sadly departed tuner American Psycho. He continued his incredible run on this season’s America’s Got Talent with a passionate performance of “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” by Tears for Fears on September 6. Check it out below. View Comments
The home has a renovated kitchen.Mr Torres said location won out in the end, with the family who purchased the house desperate to get into the local school catchment.“It was the school catchment that drew a lot of prospective buyers to the property,” he said.The price was higher than many in the area but Mr Torres said he was witnessing a lot of competition to get into the local market. One of the bedrooms in the Mansfield home.“I think there has been very little stock in terms of houses in Mansfield and surrounding areas,” he said.“What we’ve been seeing is a bit of competition and urgency from buyers trying to get in the market.” REAL ESTATE: 43 Aminya St, MansfieldThis Mansfield home sold for $709,980 – except it’s missing one thing.Place Coorparoo lead agent Will Torres said the price the house fetched was unusual because the house did not have a back door.“It is a little bit unusual in terms of the local market,” Mr Torres said. “The main concern from buyers was having to go through the front to access the back of the property.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020The living space at 43 Aminya St, Mansfield.The two-level home has three bedrooms,a massive laundry, renovated bathroom and kitchens, and undercover parking for four cars.
8 May 2015 Read the England Golf Annual Review The England Golf Annual Review of 2014 – which charts the organisation’s progress over the year – is now available to view or download.The Review reports on the launch of the England Golf strategic plan, Raising Our Game, and reflects the progress made towards its aim of creating an even brighter future for the game.The plan sets out a vision of England Golf working at the heart of a network of partners and has seven key themes which are all featured in the review: more players, more members, stronger clubs, winning golfers, outstanding championships, improved image and excellent governance.David Joy, the England Golf Chief Executive, highlights the “great progress” made in 2014 and comments: “2015 is sure to be another busy and exciting year for all of those involved in England Golf. I am confident that by working together we will again make great progress.”Click here to view or download the Annual Review 2014
Facebook7Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyOne hundred-thirty people die every day from Opioid overdose and 2 million people a year have an Opioid use disorder. We need to engage in meaningful conversations about pain!Jennifer Penrose. Photo courtesy: Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyThere are real options for pain management besides pain killers and injections: CBD & other natural supplements, TENS units, acupuncture, meditation, yoga, physical therapy, massage therapy – just to name a few!Did you know that if you have chronic pain 6 months or longer your brain does start to change? In fact, this will sound odd but neuroscience research shows that the brain loses the ability to discriminate between right and left (called left right discrimination). In fact you can go to Graded Motor Imagery and test your own ability to discriminate left vs right. If you cannot get the answers accurate in 2 seconds and less than 80 percent accuracy the pain is starting to make some changes in your brain. This is something we can help with in physical therapy. Working on right left discrimination will decrease your pain and start to help with “re-setting” nerve pathways.Another successful method is a TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) unit. The electrodes applied to your skin send electrical impulses along nerve pathways. These electrical impulses flood the nervous system, reducing its ability to transmit pain signals to the spinal cord and brain. The same electrical impulses also stimulate the body to produce natural pain relievers called endorphins. We can show you how to use a portable TENS unit safely and effectively.We believe in giving people options for pain management and we also want to help problem solve movements/activities that hurt and give you tips on how to move with less pain. It is amazing when you learn the right exercises and how to move with less stress to the joints how much better you feel! We are here to listen to what you want and find multiple approaches to solve that with you.CBD oil can help alleviate pain without creating dependency. Photo courtesy: Penrose & Associates Physical TherapyWhat is CBD? Cannabidiol (CBD) is a type of cannabinoid, a chemical found naturally in cannabis (marijuana and hemp) plants but it does not cause the “high” feeling often associated with cannabis. That feeling is caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a different type of cannabinoid.How does CBD work? Everyone has a cell-signaling system known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). CBD interacts with a core component of the ECS — endocannabinoid receptors in your brain and immune system. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells. They receive signals, mostly chemical ones, from different stimuli and help your cells respond. This response creates anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects that help with pain management.However, if you can’t eat grapefruit than you can’t use CBD. Go to drug.com to see if your medications interact with CBD and talk to your doctor and pharmacist.CBD does have an inverted horse shoe shaped response curve with increasing levels; so higher amounts is not necessarily better. ou also want to make sure you choose a reputable company that does perform third party testing and ensures quality control and offers a certificate of analysis with each batch showing less than .3 percent of THC in the CBD product.One CBD oral product that we stock and recommend is through a company called Nutrametrix product named Cannabiquin. It is “full spectrum hemp oil” with 10 mg of CBD and Black cumin seed extract (Thymoquin). These two combined make a very powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant. Research has shown the two combined decreases inflammation by 7.7 times! The “full spectrum hemp oil” does allow for other natural CBDs and their benefits of relaxation and improved sleep to help you as well.If you are struggling with pain management then please reach out. If you want to have a FREE pain discovery visit to go over options like CBD topical and oral, Joint support: Glucosomine & Hylaronic Acid, Pcynogenol, Curcumin (Tumeric) & other products, TENS units or if physical therapy or massage therapy would be the right step schedule a FREE pain discovery visit with us! Call us at 360-456-1444. Penrose & Associates Physical Therapy. 1445 Galaxy Dr. NE Suite 301 Lacey, WA 98516. www.penrosept.com.