Mayor Gerald Steinberg, President Biden, CBS discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal


The Sacramento region last night. Mayor Gerald Steinberg outraged at the complete lack of open shelters in the capital city. Ah, local emergency being considered this afternoon during a special session of the City Council. Kfbk is Mike Blunt. We'll go in depth on the story. It's 6 17. Meanwhile, down trees, power lines and power poles are still scattered across the area. 60 Mile an hour winds knocked out power to thousands of smud mpg. Any customers Sacramento Mayor Gerald Steinberg is urging the City Council to reject the city manager's planned add new police positions to the city's budget. Howard Chance plan would had 10 new sworn officer positions to the current budget chance, saying it would improve the department's transparency, equity and accountability, especially since the department is facing intense public scrutiny. It would also add a total of $3.6 million to the department's $157 million budget. Steinberg says he supports adding the positions to the next budget, which starts July 1st. He says the money available now should be used to construct affordable housing, youth programs and Participatory budgeting. And President Joe Biden spent the day focusing on climate change. Signing more executive orders to address it. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Portnoy has details. The actions are meant to highlight the importance of climate change to this White House. One order calls it a national security consideration. Another pauses, new oil and gas leases on public lands. Mr Biden's climate envoy, former Secretary of state, John Kerry, was asked about the possible impact on workers in the energy sector. What President Biden wants to do is make sure those folks have better choices that carry suggests coal miners and power plant workers could become solar panel and wind turbine technicians. Stephen Portnoy's CBS News. It's 5 34 on the KFBK. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. All right, Thank you, Joe Michael's there and it's fashion Week in Paris, but not as we know it. CBS Elaine Cobb tells us how the pandemic Has changed things. It looks like a normal haute couture show, complete with famous actresses in the audience. But Penelope Cruz and marry on Cutie are our Chanel ambassadors, and even as they're watching, they're part of the show Dustin for video release. There are no live shows because of covert, so designers have to be inventive. Julian Fournier says he's thrilled he's had to become a filmmaker as well for his collection this year. Elaine Carbs. CBS NEWS PARIS. Okay, well, see how it's affecting everything all over the world. Now, let's get caught up on more. This hour's top national stories on news 93.1 KFBK President Biden reinstated climate rules put in place by President Obama that President Trump.

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