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Daily Radiogram

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Thursday, October 31, 2019 08:00 - 17:00
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Volume 34, No. 184 Thursday, October 31, 2019
New DWI Law: The 86th Texas Legislature made a number of changes in the Texas Penal Code. One of those was adding the ability for a judge to give deferred adjudication for first time Driving While Intoxicated cases. Liberty County Attorney Matthew Poston on a recent KSHN.COM Party Line said under the new law deferred adjudication, if granted, would allow a DWI first time offender to be placed on community supervision or probation. If the DWI offender does not get another DWI their conviction is not on their record. Poston said this gives prosecutors and defense attorney’s another tool in their tool belt.
Halloween: Today is Halloween - that time of year when little ghosts and goblins show up to Trick or Treat. Chris Watson, Community Resource Officer with the Liberty Police Department, offers tips to keep Halloween safe and fun. He said motorists and pedestrians are reminded to be extra careful. ‘Trick or treaters’ should always have adult supervision, even if they are traveling in a group of friends. The hope is children with flashlights and reflective strips or patches on their costumes will be much safer and more visible to motorists. Another tip – make sure Halloween costumes do not impede walking or obstruct vision. Officer Watson also said parents should inspect all treats before the goodies are gobbled. A final tip - ‘trick or treaters” should never enter homes or approach cars. Halloween can be fun for everyone with a little extra effort for safety’s sake.
TuneIn App: To all our listeners – an important note – A few days ago we had reported an error had been made by the Tune-In Radio Streaming Service. They had shown our kshn listing with wrong call letters although our streaming audio was still there. That problem has now been corrected and it is back to normal. The problem did not occur with another streaming service called Simple Radio and it is, and has been, correct all along. Again both Tune-In Radio and Simple Radio streaming audio apps are there now and correctly named. And, our website KSHN.COM is an easy google or yahoo search away, and now we have over 38,000 hits per month, and growing. We appreciate you, one and all. By the way that over 38,000 contacts by listeners are website hits –the equipment does not count the smart phone listeners. How about that? Thank you listeners, one and all, counted and uncounted.
Prop 4: Let’s hear about proposition #4. How it will read on the ballot: “The constitutional amendment prohibiting the imposition of an individual income tax, including a tax on an individual’s share of partnership and unincorporated association income.” What‘s it mean: The wording on the ballot pertaining to Proposition #4 is tricky. This is our observation at KSHN.COM. If you DO want future legislators to be able to enact a personal income tax, VOTE NO but if you DO NOT want them to have that right then VOTE YES. Because of that confusing language on Prop #4 we also used this from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, who said this in more political language – Quite simply: Vote Yes to ban an income tax In Texas.
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