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Stranded bottlenose dolphin rescued on Bolivar Peninsula

The Galveston County Sheriff's department found a juvenile Bottlenose dolphin stranded on the Bolivar Peninsula at 3:30am Thursday. 

 

The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network (TMMSN) reports that it immediately mobilized and transported the dolphin to its rehabilitation facility where it is getting veterinary care. (see image from TMMSN Facebook page)

 

KTRK out of Houston is reporting that the dolphin is now swimming on its own and veterinarians are testing to find out what caused her to be stranded on the Bolivar beach.

 

According to the TMMSN website "volunteers help with stranded mammals, which many times means the animal is either dead or close to death by the time it is found. If the animal is still alive, it is taken from the beach and placed in a rehab pool, and blood is drawn to determine if it is sick."

 

"This is when many volunteers are needed because someone needs to stay with the animal 24 hours a day until it can recover."

 

"There is a Critical Care Team that has advanced training and they take shifts during the first 72-hour time period when the animal is in a critical period of stabilization.”

 

The TMMSN says on today's Facebook post, "Please remember, our goal is always to return these animals to their natural habitat, but dolphins on the Texas coast do not generally strand without disease. Most do not survive the stranding event and those that do may require long-term care to restore their health. We always give each case our undivided attention and all resources at our disposal, and this case is no different. We'll post updates as we are able."

 

Bottlenoses are the most common type of dolphin strandings in Texas. What makes this rare is that the animal was found alive.  The Institute for Marine Mammal Studies (IMMS) notes that “ not all strandings are live; in fact the vast majority of animals that strand are dead.

 

 A Texas A&M tamuTimes newspaper article notes "Dolphins that beach themselves on a Texas shoreline can be a fairly common sight – about 130-150 “strandings” occur every year in Texas. 



Bottlenose interesting facts from NOAA Fisheries "Bottlenose dolphins are the most studied cetacean in the wild because they live near coasts, and in captivity because they adapt well to oceanariums."

 

The Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network was started in 1980 by a group of Texas A&M-Galveston researchers led by Raymond Tarpley, but today it is a stand-alone, non-profit organization that relies on grants and donations and works with several state agencies, such as Texas Parks and Wildlife.

Review: 'The interview deserves to be seen'

By JAKE COYLE AP Film Writer

That I was one of the relative few to see "The Interview" is not a boast I take any pleasure in.

 

It's with heavy sadness, not pride, that I review Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's North Korean farce. As of Thursday morning, the film has been shelved just a week ahead of its planned release due to terrorist threats by hackers said to be connected to North Korea. The movie's prospects of ever seeing the light of day are very much in doubt.

 

Yet "The Interview" is already assured of cinematic infamy. Whatever its future, it will go down as the satire that provoked an authoritarian dictatorship, roiled Sony Pictures in a massive hacking attack and prompted new questions of cyber warfare, corporate risk-tasking and comedic audacity.

 

The movie's fate is a travesty, regardless of its merits. But what of its merits?

 

Though "The Interview," directed by Rogen and Goldberg, never quite manages the duo's calibrated blend of sincerity and over-the-top crudeness, it nevertheless usually pulses with an unpredictable absurdity and can-you-believe-we're-doing-this glee. Its greatest charm is that it so happily brings the silliest, most ludicrous of knives (a preening James Franco, lots of butt jokes) to North Korea's militarized gunfight.

 

Rogen plays Aaron Rapoport, a journalism-school grad who has found himself, ignobly, producing an "Extra!"-like entertainment news show, "Skylark Tonight," hosted by his friend Dave Skylark (Franco). The show traffics in the fluff of celebrity with occasional scoops. (Eminem makes a funny cameo as himself with the out-of-the-blue confession that he's gay.)

 

When it's learned that North Korea leader Kim Jong Un is a fan of the show, they maneuver to land an interview for a kind of modern "Frost/Nixon" televised tete-a-tete, though one with the same penchant for ascots. (Franco's Skylark is an extreme dandy who speaks largely in over-used slang and has a strange obsession with "Lord of the Rings.").

 

Before their trip to Pyongyang, a CIA agent (Lizzy Caplan) recruits the pair with the mission to turn their big interview into an assassination. "Take him out," she instructs before putting them through training.

 

Like another comedy about the wrong Americans sent overseas, Bill Murray's "Stripes," "The Interview" is better on American soil and on less sure footing once it lands in North Korea. This is partly logistical. Though "The Interview" obviously couldn't have shot on location and had limited images to draw on for its sets, the movie fails to create even a half-plausible North Korean atmosphere and is left claustrophobically meandering almost entirely in palace interiors.

 

Their first meeting with Kim (Randall Park) isn't a regal pageant; he just knocks softly on Skylark's door and eagerly introduces himself as a "huge fan." One of the real disappointments of the film's cancellation is that people may never get to see Park's performance. His Kim is more complex than the broad caricature you'd expect: He's a jovial young leader haunted by daddy issues, having been called soft by his father for adoring American pop culture. He's a surprisingly agile basketball player and a lover of Katy Perry songs.

 

Even in North Korea, Rogen and company are more at home in American pop: Western civilization is more the target of "The Interview" than the DPRK. 

 

As Skylark's interview nears, their assassination attempts fail and ethical quandaries mount. Skylark and Kim ("a cool guy," pleads Skylark) become fast friends, palling around together and shooting off tanks. If anything, the film, written by Dan Sterling from the story by Goldberg and Rogen (their second time directing after the better "This Is the End"), verges on making Kim too likable.

 

And while the movie leads to a fiery end and a slow reveal of the famine Kim inflicts on his people, most who see "The Interview" will say to themselves: THIS is what prompted an international incident? There's nothing scandalous about "The Interview," unless you happen to believe Kim is a god who rides around on unicorns.

 

Despite the large presence of Park's dictator, this is really Franco's movie. Seemingly energized by his more outlandish performances (like his Alien in "Spring Breakers"), he's here in full, grinning Jerry Lewis-mode, a rubber-faced infotainment parody. His chemistry with Rogen is predictably solid.

 

Charlie Chaplin, Ernest Lubitsch and the "South Park" guys have all tried before to find comedy in the shadow of evil and thereby do a little to disarm it. "The Interview" struggles to really illuminate anything about the stranger-than-fiction Orwellian nightmare that is North Korea, but its attempt is admirable. It deserves to be seen.

 

And, yes, having your film taken down by a totalitarian regime wins you an extra star.

 

"The Interview," a Sony Pictures release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for "pervasive language, crude and sexual humor, nudity, some drug use and bloody violence." Running time: 112 minutes. Three stars out of four.

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KFDM News learns Jefferson County fugitive jailed in North Texas

JEFFERSON COUNTY - KFDM News has learned a fugitive from Jefferson County is behind bars in North Texas.

Anthony Charles Nichols, 21, is jailed in Mesquite, according to information Jefferson County Deputy Rod Carroll has confirmed to KFDM News.

Nichols was booked into jail December 16 on charges of failure to identify, theft of property and tampering with a government record.

He's wanted in Jefferson County on charges of aggravated robbery, robbery, evading arrest detention, theft, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He's accused of taking part in the robbery of a Verizon Wireless store in Beaumont.

Nichols was the subject of a manhunt October 29 in Port Arthur after officers with the U.S. Marshals Service tried to serve him with an arrest warrant and he jumped from a second floor window of an apartment.

Carroll expects that deputies will transport Nichols back to Jefferson County in the near future. 

Lt. Brian Parrish with the Mesquite Police Department tells KFDM News Nichols was at a Target store in Mequite where a loss prevention officer saw him taking electronic items. He was stopped while walking out the door. Mesquite Police took him in for questioning. They say he gave a false name. They ran a check of his fingerprints and his name and DOB showed up. They filed charges against him in Mesquite and discovered six arrest warrants out of Jefferson County. Lt. Parrish says Nichols is accused of taking a T-Mobile box and some Beats headphones, total value of about $250, from the Target.

(October 29) KFDM News - A Port Arthur man -- accused of robbing a Beaumont Verizon store -- jumped out of a second-floor housing complex window wearing only a muscle shirt and boxers (and no shoes) to escape U.S. Marshals trying to serve him a warrant on Wednesday.

Twenty-year-old Anthony Nichols caused a day-long man hunt Wednesday. Authorities put two Port Arthur schools on lock down and used a helicopter and K-9s to search for Nichols.

Port Arthur police called off the search for Nichols around 9:00 p.m. Wednesday.

Police believe he is hiding out in a wooded area between 9th Avenue and Twin City Highway.

Police canvassed the area all day after Nichols jumped out of a second floor window at the South Wood Crossing housing complex after United States Marshals tried serving him a warrant.

Nichols is wanted in connection with an armed robbery at the Verizon Store in Beaumont on College Street.

Police said Nichols jumped out of the window wearing only a black muscle shirt and plaid pink and green boxer shorts.

He also has an injured left wrist he sustained in a motorcycle accident last night in Houston. His bare footprints have been tracked, and he is believed to be trapped somewhere in the area.

The Beaumont Police Department, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice assisted in the search that included a helicopter and K-9 units. Two Port Arthur schools -- Memorial High School and Staff Sargent Lucian Adams Elementary School -- were both briefly placed on lock-down during the search. Police helped during dismissal at the schools by adding extra patrol.

A perimeter has been set up around the area, and the search will continue in the morning if Nichols is not caught. If you see Nichols, police ask that you call 911. He is considered armed and dangerous.

Where is school debt in SE Texas concentrated?

School districts in the nine-county Southeast Texas region had more than $1.4 trillion dollars of tax -supported debt in 2013, TexasTransparency.org shows.


It would be easy to guess that hurricanes have had severe impacts on districts along the south end of Southeast Texas --  that is where four of the most debt-per-student districts lie.


There is also a heavy concentration of debt -- 71 percent of it is owed by just five districts:

  • Beaumont $398 million
  • Port Arthur $262 million
  • Barbers Hill $172 million and
  • Port Neches Groves $118 million
  • West Orange-Cove $55.3 million

 

While the hurricane-stricken Sabine Pass district is not in that top five, it has the largest debt per student of any of the schools district in the nine-county area at $66,568 per student -- the highest in a group of 10 districts of its approximate size ranging from 343 to 358 students. Sabine Pass had 344 students.

Barbers Hill also stands out in its 10 ISD group with the highest amount of debt and the highest per-student-debt -$37,956

  • Port Arthur also stands out in its 10-ISD group with similar number of students -- it has the highest amount of debt and the second highest debt-per-student -$29,190
  • Port Neches Groves -- the highest debt and second the highest debt-per-student in its peer group -$24,266
  • West Orange-Cove -- the highest debt and the highest debt-per-student in its peer group - $23,985
  • Beaumont -- further from the coast, had the third highest debt and the third highest debt-per-student - $20,073


Glancing at the map of Texas on the site, districts with the highest debt tend to be located on the peripheries of large cities and along the San Antonio-Austin Corridor.








KFDM news on scene of Port Arthur house fire

KFDM Channel 6 News Shooter, LD Ray is on the scene of a house fire in the 3300 block of Roya Court. in Port Arthur.

More details to come.

 

Beaumont to start picking up heavy trash each week

The City of Beaumont will begin weekly heavy trash pickup for residents starting January 5, 2015,  The Solid Waste Division is making this change to help maintain clean and safe city streets.


Residents can expect their heavy trash to be picked up on the same day of the week that their household garbage is picked up.


Landfill workers will convert the yard waste collected from heavy trash into mulch. That mulch is then offered free to citizens of Beaumont. With this in mind, we discourage the mixing of everyday household garbage with the yard waste in the heavy trash.


If you have any questions, please contact the City of Beaumont Solid Waste Division at 409-842-1483.

Average gas price drops 12 cents in Beaumont area

BEAUMONT - The average price for one gallon of unleaded gasoline has dropped 12 cents in Beaumont during the past week, according to the weekly AAA Texas survey released Thursday.

The average is $2.33. It was $3 a gallon at this time last year. Amarillo has the state's lowest average at $2.10. Corpus Christi's is the highest at $2.34.

The record average high in Beaumont was $4 a gallon July 2008.

 

(Irving, TX) – From AAA Texas

Holiday cheer has come early for the motoring public, with the average for retail gasoline at its lowest level in more than five years. Today’s statewide average price for regular unleaded gasoline is $2.26 per gallon, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch.  That price is 14 cents less than one week ago and 78 cents less than one year ago.  Of the major metropolitan areas that we survey in the Lone Star State, drivers in Corpus Christi are now paying the most at $2.34 and drivers in Amarillo are paying the least at $2.10.  Texans are paying 22 cents less per gallon than the national average of $2.48.  Texas has among the top ten least expensive statewide gas price averages in the country.

AAA estimates drivers across the nation are saving more than $400 million dollars each day compared to the high prices paid earlier this year.  The average price at the pump has fallen nearly 25 percent since the start of the year, and if the global price of crude continues to register new multiyear lows, these lower prices are likely to persist. Barring any unexpected spikes in global prices, or declines in domestic production, the price at the pump should remain relatively low approaching the New Year and into 2015.

AAA Texas forecasts 8.1 million Texans will travel 50 miles or more away from home during the Year-End holidays, the highest growth rate for the holiday since 2009 and the highest travel volume for the holiday period on record.  Of those traveling, 7.5 million will travel by automobile and will certainly benefit from the lower pump prices. “Sluggish global oil demand combined with abundant supply in the market continues to be the reasons why we’ve seen prices move lower week after week,” said AAA Texas/New Mexico Representative Doug Shupe. 

“For the millions of Texans expected to drive to holiday destinations next week these lower gas prices will leave them with more money to spend on travel, shopping and recreation during the holiday season.”

To help members and non-members identify quality auto repair shops that can assist in the maintenance and repair of their vehicles, AAA offers the Approved Auto Repair program as a free public service.  AAA-approved repair facilities meet and maintain high professional standards for training, equipment, cleanliness and customer service. Motorists can look for the Approved Auto Repair sign at local auto repair facilities, or search for a nearby AAA-approved shop online at AAA.com/Repair.  AAA Texas branch offices throughout the state can be found by visiting www.AAA.com.  Follow AAA Texas on Twitter: @AAATexas and Facebook: www.facebook.com/AAATexas

Area

Current 12/18/14

12/11/14

Difference

Year Ago 12/18/13

Difference

Record High Date

Record High Price

National

$2.48

$2.62

-0.14

$3.22

-0.74

07/17/08

$4.11

State

$2.26

$2.40

-0.14

$3.04

-0.78

07/17/08

$3.98

Amarillo

$2.10

$2.28

-0.18

$2.81

-0.71

07/16/08

$3.98

Austin-San Marcos

$2.31

$2.43

-0.12

$3.08

-0.77

07/17/08

$3.97

Beaumont

$2.33

$2.45

-0.12

$3.00

-0.67

07/16/08

$4.00

Corpus Christi

$2.34

$2.44

-0.10

$3.02

-0.68

07/15/08

$3.96

Dallas

$2.15

$2.34

-0.19

$3.03

-0.88

07/16/08

$3.98

El Paso

$2.23

$2.36

-0.13

$2.97

-0.74

07/17/08

$3.97

Ft. Worth

$2.15

$2.32

-0.17

$3.03

-0.88

07/16/08

$3.97

Galveston

$2.27

$2.41

-0.14

$3.03

-0.76

07/14/08

$3.97

Houston

$2.30

$2.42

-0.14

$3.06

-0.76

07/17/08

$3.96

San Antonio

$2.25

$2.38

-0.13

$3.03

-0.78

07/16/08

$3.96

Texarkana

$2.22

$2.42

-0.20

$3.01

-0.79

07/17/08

$3.98

Boston marathon bomber's lawyer wants trial deal

Tsarnaev lawyer says he plans to seek trial delay

By DENISE LAVOIE
AP Legal Affairs Writer

BOSTON (AP) -- Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev returned to court Thursday for the first time since he was arraigned in July 2013, and his lawyer said the defense will ask to delay his upcoming trial.


Tsarnaev also received a shout of encouragement from the mother-in-law of a man who was shot and killed while being questioned by law enforcement after the bombings.


Defense attorney David Bruck told the judge Thursday that the defense plans to soon file a motion for a continuance, but he did not say how long of a delay the defense will seek.


Tsarnaev's trial is scheduled to begin with jury selection on Jan. 5.


Security was tight at the federal courthouse in Boston for Tsarnaev's final pretrial conference. The judge made no rulings, saying he would rule in writing on pending motions, including the defense's latest push to move the trial out of Boston.


The mother-in-law of Ibragim Todashev shouted at Tsarnaev in Russian in the courtroom. Elena Teyer says she told him: "We prayed for you. Be strong, my son. We know you are innocent."

Later, in English, she yelled to the law enforcement officers escorting her out of the room: "Stop killing innocent people. Stop killing innocent boys."


Tsarnaev never flinched or acknowledged the shouts.


Three people were killed and more than 260 were injured when two bombs exploded near the finish line of the April 2013 marathon. Tsarnaev, who has pleaded not guilty to 30 federal charges, faces the possibility of the death penalty if he is convicted.


The 21-year-old defendant wore a black sweater and gray trousers and had a scruffy beard and a mop top hairstyle similar to the one seen in his mug shot. He smiled to his attorneys and one patted him on the arm.


The courtroom was packed with FBI agents, police who worked on the case and more than a dozen survivors and family members.


At his last court appearance nearly 1 1/2 years ago, Tsarnaev still bore signs of the bloody standoff with police that led to his capture and the death of his older brother, Tamerlan. His left arm was in a cast and his face was swollen. He appeared to have a jaw injury.


Tsarnaev's trial is expected to last several months, and seating a jury alone could take several weeks to a month. Both sides have submitted questions they want the judge to ask potential jurors, who will be selected from a pool of at least 1,200 people.


Judge George O'Toole Jr. questioned Tsarnaev about whether he had waived his right to appear at previous hearings. Tsarnaev answered in a clear voice: "Yes, sir."


Asked by the judge if his lawyers had acted in his best interests, he said: "Very much."


A defense motion to move the trial out of Boston remains pending. Earlier this month, Tsarnaev's lawyers argued anew that "emotionally charged" media coverage and the widespread impact of the attacks have made it impossible for him to get a fair trial in Massachusetts.


O'Toole had rejected Tsarnaev's first request in September to move the trial, ruling that defense lawyers had failed to show that extensive pretrial media coverage of the bombings had prejudiced the jury pool to the point that an impartial jury could not be chosen in Boston.


Tsarnaev's lawyers previously said the trial should be moved to Washington, D.C.


O'Toole also rejected a defense request that prosecutors turn over evidence about his older brother's possible participation in a 2011 triple killing in suburban Waltham.


In May 2013, the FBI and Massachusetts State Police were questioning Todashev about that killing when an FBI agent shot and killed the 27-year-old mixed martial arts fighter inside his Orlando, Florida, home.


Officials initially said Todashev had lunged at a state trooper with a knife but later said it was a pole. Todashev's family has disputed that account.


Prosecutors have said Todashev told authorities Tamerlan Tsarnaev participated in the Waltham triple slaying in which the victims' bodies were found with their throats slit and their bodies sprinkled with marijuana.


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Update on shooting investigation in Jefferson County

JEFFERSON COUNTY - The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is providing new information about a shooting investigation.

At 5:38 a.m. Thursday the Jefferson County Dispatch Center was advised of shots fired in the area of Blewett Road and Second Street in Cheek, according to Deputy Rod Carroll.

Responding deputies arrived to find a local resident that advised he was shot by an unknown individual in the shoulder.

He attempted to drive from the area when he lost control of his vehicle entering the yard of a local resident.

The victim was transported to Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth Hospital by LaBelle-Fannett VFD EMS. He is listed in stable condition.  

This case is under investigation by the Jefferson County Criminal Investigation Division.

 

(earlier report) JEFFERSON COUNTY - The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting in a subdivision off Highway 124./ Deputy Rod Carroll tells KFDM News a man was shot shortly before 6 a.m. Thursday off Blewett Road near Highway 124, in a subdivision close to Goodyear./ The man was taken by ambulance to a hospital. Carroll says the injuries aren't life threatening./ There are conflicting statements about what happened, according to Carroll.   

Deputies to search inside of murder victim's truck for clues

JASPER COUNTY - By Steve W Stewart/KJAS and Rayburn Broadcasting Company

Jasper County Sheriff’s Department investigators are preparing to search a murder victim’s vehicle for evidence.

The 2011 Chevrolet pickup truck, which belonged to 85-year-old Herbert Wilson Deaton, has arrived back in Jasper after it was found on Monday by Abilene Police on a K-Mart parking lot. A crew from Jasper Xxon Towing & Recovery accompanied Jasper County Investigators Connie Jordan and Cal Morgan to Abilene, where the truck was loaded onto a rollback wrecker for transport.

The vehicle is currently in a locked building with evidence tape sealing the doors. That tape is scheduled to be cut on Thursday, and investigators will comb the interior for clues.

Jordan said the truck had been left on the K-Mart parking lot approximately three weeks ago and, although a distinctive layer of west Texas dust could be seen on the paint and windshield, Jordan said they found evidence that the truck had been washed at least once after it was stolen.

According to Jordan, she and Morgan tried to view store security video, but they learned that the store had no exterior cameras, and the interior cameras recycle their video every 10 days, so it’s not known if the couple went into the store to purchase anything.

Deaton was reported missing on Tuesday, November 11th, and his body was discovered on Friday, November 15th in a wooded area behind his home on County Road 73, in northwest Jasper County.

An autopsy concluded that Deaton died as the result of “homicidal violence”.

Investigators have named two persons of interest in the case; they have been identified as Robert Kelly Mounts, 48, and his girlfriend, Ashley Nicole Lewis, 29. According to Sheriff Mitchel Newman, the couple is considered armed and dangerous, and they are traveling with their 6-month-old baby daughter and are now believed to be in a 2005 silver Volkswagen Passat with Tennessee license plate N1375X.

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