La Comunidad Mexicana en Houston esta queriendo marcar historia

Feb 22, 2019

 La Comunidad Mexicana en Houston esta queriendo marcar historia en esta nueva etapa de Gobierno Mexicano.

Jesus Lopez Tapia liderando el grupo que con entusiasmo desean ver cambios positivos en los consulados generales de mexico en esta nacion Americana. La Campaña que esta llevando acabo Lopez Tapia dio seguimiento en la libreria de la escuela Preparatoria Wheatley al Sureste de Houston. llegaron decenas de personas a mostrar apoyo entre ellos destacan lideres comunitarios y ciudadanos para mostrar apoyo y asi escuchar el plan de accion para llamar la atencion de el gobierno mexicano y especificamente hablando el presidente de la republica el Señor Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
[21/2 5:37 p. m.] misraim terjooooo: Lopez Tapia anuncio esta noche que la proxima reunion sera el proximo martes 26 de febrero, fecha que ha puesto como reto para colectar o llegar lo mas cercano a 50,000 firmas como peticion a el cambio solicitado. ademas tomo la oportunidad para incitar a todos los presentes a la lucha por el mejoramiento de los consulados en esta nacion, y que Houston sera el modelo para el cambio necesario. Invito a todos los presentes a unirse a esta lucha y que estuvieran todos presentes el proximo viernes 1ro de Marzo frente a el Consulado General de Mexico en Houston localizado en 4506 Caroline St, Houston, TX 77004 a partir de las 10am para poder mostrar a el gobierno mexicano que los mexicanos que han emigrado a este pais buscan ser bien representados y recibir las atenciones necesarias con cortesia y buen trato.

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 9900 Almeda Genoa

Feb 21, 2019
 Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 9900 Almeda Genoa
A suspect wanted and charged in the fatal stabbing of a man at 9900 Almeda Genoa about 6 p.m. on November 17, 2018, is now in custody.  

The suspect, Edward Charles Hill (b/m, 37), is charged with murder in the 178th State District Court for his role in the death of Jamel Brown, Jr., 26.

A booking photo of suspect Hill is attached to this news release.

HPD Homicide Division Detective D. Crowder and Officer A. Vinogradov reported:

Officers responded to a stabbing call at a Metro bus stop at the above address and found the victim with multiple stab wounds.  Paramedics transported the man to Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital where he was pronounced dead.  A witness stated the suspect was last seen running west on Almeda Genoa.

The following day (Nov. 18), investigators released a composite sketch of the suspect.

Further investigation identified Hill as the suspect in this case and he was charged on February 2.  Authorities in Panama City, Florida, arrested Hill on February 5. 

Hill was extradited back to Houston and booked into the Harris County Jail on Monday (Feb. 18).
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CEREMONIA DE INAUGURACIÓN DE LA CONGRESISTA OCASIO CORTEZ

Feb 19, 2019


El sábado  16 de febrero el equipo de Bereavision de Nueva York estuvo presente  en la High School Renaissance del Bronx, donde se reunieron  los invitados de la actual Congresista Alexandria Ocasio quienes son seguidores desde su campaña y hoy vienen a ser testigos de una Ceremonia de Inauguración donde reafirmó su protesta de Juramento que hizo desde la primera semana de Enero, ya que después de seis semanas que está ejerciendo su puesto en el cámara Baja del Congreso representando el Distrito XIV de NY se presenta en su Distrito del Bronx para reunirse con sus seguidores y líderes Comunitarios y  vino a  confirmar el compromiso que tiene con su Comunidad que la eligió desde el pasado 26 de Noviembre.


Después del acto de Juramentación habló a los asistentes y explicó los problemas que hay en discusión en el Congreso tales como el cierre de Gobierno, Inmigración, la propuesta de Green New Deal , el estado nacional de emergencia , además de  la decisión de la compañía Amazon de retirarse del proyecto en Long Island City Queens NY ya que es una área del distrito que le corresponde a la Congresista Ocasio defender por los intereses de su Comunidad.


Hizo énfasis en las palabras ‘ No nos vamos a conformar con los desperdicios que nos da la mejor ciudad del mundo” , refiriéndose a los incentivos fiscales de $3 mil millones que le habían sido otorgados a la compañia Amazon , y añadió “si otros no quieren negociar ese no es nuestro problema”.


Ocasio Cortez insistió a sus electores a  no tener miedo, los estimuló a hablar la verdad acerca del poder construir una comunidad capaz de cambiar además agregó que se establezca una relación continua con su oficina que  contactandose con sus colaboradores , y se irán  cumpliendo y celebrando los  logros alcanzados cada día.“Trabajemos juntos por los dos próximos años” añadió.


Así la Congresista  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, originaria de El Bronx se ha convertido en la elegida más joven en la Cámara de Representantes a sus  29 años de edad.

Por César Escamilla
Bereavision nueva York

 
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Mayor Turner and Houston Public Works to discuss pothole repairs and plans to improve Houston streets

Feb 18, 2019
Mayor Turner and Houston Public Works to discuss pothole repairs and plans to improve Houston streets
WHAT: 
Mayor Sylvester Turner will join Houston Public Works Director Carol Haddock for an important announcement. The event will feature a demonstration by the HPW Street Maintenence Team.
WHEN:
3 p.m.
Monday, February 18
WHERE:
Dart and Holly streets near downtown.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
In 2016, Mayor Turner launched a Pothole Repair Initiative and website that improved customer service outreach. At the news conference, the mayor will update the initiative’s results and announce immediate plans to address pothole repairs and street panel replacements.
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Mayor Turner Presents Grammy – nominated artist with a key to the City of Houston

Feb 15, 2019
Mayor Turner Presents Grammy – nominated artist with a key to the City of Houston
HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner and First Daughter Ashley Turner presented Houston native and Grammy – nominated artist Travis Scott with a key to the City of Houston during the “Astroworld – Wish You Were Here” sold out concert at the Toyota Center last night.

WATCH THE PRESENTATION HEREhttps://youtu.be/nkcvTlKdNr4

“Travis is a native son of Houston, who is beloved and respected by his peers and fellow Houstonians, Mayor Turner said. “He has been a great ambassador for art, education and youth initiatives in the City of Houston, and he is a strong advocate and supporter of our great city.”

Earlier this month, Travis Scott earned critical acclaim for his performances during the Super Bowl LIII halftime show and the 61st annual Grammy Awards Show. As part of his agreement to perform in the Super Bowl, Scott negotiated with the NFL to donate $500,000 to Dream Corps which is a leading social justice organization.

A supporter of the mayor’s Complete Communities initiative, Travis Scott has contributed more than $200,000 to three low income neighborhoods within the Complete Communities.Beyond his financial generosity, Travis has been a vocal champion of civic engagement among young people and millennials.

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HHD recommends healthier lifestyles, blood pressure checks to lower heart disease risks 

Feb 15, 2019
Take care of your heart: HHD recommends healthier lifestyles, blood pressure checks to lower heart disease risks 
HOUSTON – The Houston Health Department (HHD) urges Houstonians to adopt healthier lifestyles and check their blood pressure to help them prevent heart disease.

Heart disease, which includes coronary artery disease and stroke, remains the principal cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. February is American Heart Month.

“Prevention is key when it comes to heart disease,” said Dr. David Persse, Houston’s local health authority and EMS director. “Healthy changes go a long way in lowering the risks of developing heart disease.”
                                                            
Controlling and preventing risk factors is also important for people already diagnosed with heart disease. To lower heart disease risks, people can:

  • Exercise regularly. Regular physical activity helps lower cholesterol, blood pressure and the risk of various chronic diseases. Adults should get at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity physical activity or 75 minutes a week of vigorous aerobic physical activity.
  • Eat a healthy diet. Eating foods low in saturated fats, trans fat and cholesterol and high in fiber can help prevent high cholesterol. Limiting salt (sodium) intake also can lower blood pressure.
  • Quit smoking or the use other forms of tobacco. Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body and deteriorates the health of smokers in general. Quitting tobacco products lowers the risk of smoking-related diseases such as cancer, lung disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and can add years of life.
  • Limit alcohol use. Avoid drinking too much alcohol, which can raise blood pressure. Moderate drinking is no more than one drink per day for women and two for men.
  • Watch your weight. Maintaining a healthy weight provides many overall health benefits and helps prevent and control many diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, certain cancers, high blood pressure and stroke. People can consult a doctor about their weight and where it ranks in the Body Mass Index (BMI).


For heart disease education and resources offered by HHD health centers and multi-service centers, call 832-393-5427. People still need to consult their doctor about ways to prevent heart disease.

The City of Houston’s 311 information line can help people find the health center or multi-service center nearest to them. They can also go online to HoustonHealth.org.

The American Heart Association offers online information about heart disease prevention at Heart.org.

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 4305 Phlox

Feb 15, 2019

Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Stabbing at 4305 Phlox

Houston police have arrested a suspect charged in the fatal stabbing of a man that occurred about 4305 Phlox on 4:50 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 12).

The suspect, Cynthia Johnson (b/f, 56), is charged with murder in the 209th State District Court.  A booking photo of Johnson is attached to this news release.

She is accused the in the death of a male, 56, whose identity is pending verification by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.

HPD Homicide Division Sergeant C. Mangano and Detective I. Ulloa reported:

Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at a duplex at the above address and were advised the suspect and victim were inside the residence fighting and the victim needed assistance.  Responding personnel from both HPD and the Houston Fire Department (HFD) forced entry into the residence and found the victim on the sofa.  He had sustained a stab wound to the upper torso and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Johnson was found inside the residence and was arrested without incident.

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 HOUSTON, WE HAD A TIGER!

Feb 15, 2019
 HOUSTON, WE HAD A TIGER!
HOUSTON – BARC—the City of Houston’s Animal Shelter and Adoptions Center—is pleased to announce that the 350-pound male tiger found Monday has been transferred to the Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, an affiliate of the Humane Society of the United States.

311 received a call early Monday morning from a concerned citizen reporting a tiger being illegally housed in an abandoned home in Southeast Houston. Together, BARC animal control and HPD officers confirmed the tiger’s location and obtained a warrant to remove the tiger from the home. The animal was then tranquilized and transported to BARC for safe keeping overnight.

Thanks to the support of the Humane Society of the United States, the tiger was transported Tuesday morning to the world-renowned 1,400-acre Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch, where he will join more than 800 resident animals–including two tigers. Although the tiger appears to be in good health, he will undergo a thorough medical examination and be placed in quarantine for a minimum of two weeks. His permanent placement is pending possible legal action.

It is a violation of Chapter 6 of the City’s Code of Ordinances to keep a tiger within city limits unless the facility has been accredited by a nationally recognized zoological association. BARC and the Harris County District Attorney’s Office are assisting HPD’s Major Offenders Animal Cruelty Squad in their investigation into the ownership of the animal.

For additional photos and video, please see https://www.facebook.com/BARCHouston/.

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Suspects Arrested, Charged in June 2018 Infant’s Death at 2305 Bay Area Boulevard

Feb 15, 2019
Suspects Arrested, Charged in June 2018 Infant’s Death at 2305 Bay Area Boulevard
Charges have been filed against two suspects arrested in the death of an infant at 2305 Bay Area Boulevard about 8 a.m. on June 5, 2018.

One suspect, Dylan Christian Daugherty (w/m, 23), is charged with murder in the 263rd State District Court.  The other suspect, Aeriel Louise Spivey (w/f, 26), is charged with injury to a child-serious bodily injury in the same court.  Both are accused in the death of their daughter, Brooklyn Daugherty, six weeks old, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Booking photos of both suspects are attached to this news release.

HPD Homicide Division Sergeants M. Brady and M. Casso reported:

On the morning of June 5, 2018, baby Brooklyn was found by her parents deceased in her crib in their apartment at the above address.

An autopsy by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences determined Brooklyn had suffered multiple blunt force trauma injuries to her head and various parts of her body.  An initial investigation determined there had been at least three incidents resulting in a variety of injuries that were in various states of healing.

Further investigation determined Dylan Daugherty and Aeriel Spivey were responsible for their daughter’s death.  They were taken into custody on Wednesday (February 13) without incident and subsequently charged for their involvemen

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Jesus López Tapia para Cónsul aquí en Houston, Texas.

Feb 13, 2019

Jesus López Tapia para cónsul aquí en Houston, Texas.

Houston, TX. Martes, Febrero 12, 2019. – Diferentes líderes de la comunidad hicieron presencia a esta reunión, para formalizar un plan de trabajar y elaborar tácticas para apoyar la candidatura de Jesus López Tapia para cónsul aquí en Houston, Texas.

Todos los presentes firmaron una hoja que iba dirigida al presidente de la República Mexicana Manuel López Obrador, para demostrar el apoyo de la comunidad mexicana en estos lugares. Igual se propusieron a ir por las calles, súper mercados y comunidades para recaudar las firmas necesarias que se presentarán como pruebas de que la comunidad mexicana quiere un cambio y a alguien que los apoye y venga a mejorar la condición de sus comunidades.

Nota: Giezy rios

Foto: Jonh Gray

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