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"Were shot in 19 year old Don trivia Scar was pronounced dead at the scene. 17 year old Kobe senior got away but was later arrested. Nearby restaurant. The Jeep's owner has not been charged. Texas braces for Tropical Storm Nicholas after it forms in the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner warns residents to prepare. We are certainly anticipating a lot of rain. We're anticipating that there could be some flash flooding. Please be whether alert whether aware Nicholas could bring more than a foot of rain to parts of the Texas Coast as early as today before heading east toward hard hit. Louisiana schools remains closed in Louisiana following Hurricane Ida. But the state expects to open back up in a matter of weeks. Not enough to keep many parents and educators from worrying about whether kids may fall behind the situation draws comparisons to her. Hurricane Katrina. That led to educational losses for hundreds of thousands of students. Julie Walker says some parts of Louisiana are still without power more than two weeks after I made landfall, despite disruptions on the Gulf Coast caused by Hurricane Ida Gas prices nationwide rise only two cents in the past two weeks after the only decline of the year that happened in the prayer two weeks so The new price of 3 25 is about the same as it was one month ago. Lundberg says Decreased demand could send prices back down. Tripoli reports Metro Atlanta drivers continue to pay about a quarter less of the national average. Freddie Freeman turns 32 in style against the Marlins. Freeman shoots one Toward left That one's got a chance. Happy birthday to you. That's one of two Braves homers in the seventh inning as they beat the Marlins. 53 on Valley Sports. Atlanta's division lead back up to 4.5 games. That was the Rockies tomorrow. Double DS Reduce time 6 35 times up the weather and traffic. Let's start with the land is most accurate and dependable forecast. Here's WSB meteorologist Christine Edwards. And I know we would love to see a little bit more sunshine. We will do that, for today, quickly warming up to a high of 88. That's just a few degrees above the average high of 85 for tonight into tomorrow morning lows getting down to about 66 degrees Tuesday afternoon. Partly cloudy high of 86 isolated chance of a shower or storm possible. Wednesday. Increasing cloud cover as moisture from Tropical Storm Nicholas spreads east high of 85 Chance of rain 30% for Wednesday recapping the forecast for today, though plenty of sunshine and dry weather High 88 currently we're starting off at 65 degrees in Marietta, 63 in Carrollton and 68 degrees on Peachtree Street. I'm WSB meteorologist Christina Edwards. Let's check the morning drive again in the WSB. Cool, right Carrier Sky Conference, Doug Turnbull for those that have the triple traffic alerts, habit of opted for push alerts all the Northeast sector Your bone just lit up. I just said the travel advisory.
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"66 in Pasadena and 64 in part fell. 6 35 Times The Lou Dobbs Financial Report. I'm low dimes The Federal Reserve says her economy grew is Amazon and Wal Mart said huge annual sales date. Kentucky suing CBS drugstores over the opiate crisis. Those stories next, let's see if something costs less. But people are happier with it. That sounds like something to look into. And that's Medicare. Maybe you've heard switching to Medicare to pay for health care can say the typical family 500 bucks a month. And that's huge. But it's also true that people are way more satisfied after making the switch to the customer satisfaction rate permitted share is double that of the typical health insurance plan. Double Medicare works has been around for more than a quarter century and members of shared more than $3 billion of each other's bills. People love having telehealth and a huge nationwide Peopie O network. So Yeah, you could say the ton and like it better imagine being happy without your taking care of your health care, So if you're self employed or part of the gig economy And the feds, so called Beige Book report is based on surveys from its 12 regional banks. Policymakers will meet in Washington later this month. Amazon says It'll hold its annual Prime day sale this year on June 21st and 22nd. The annual worldwide online sale generated more than $3.5 billion last year, which was 60% higher than the previous year. In response, WalMart announcing it's also planning a huge in store and online sales event..
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"In the city at 6 35 time for Lou Dobbs. I'm Lou Dobbs Airlines are scrambling for call center workers. Dress shops are being inundated with junk Those stories next. This is good news. Maybe exactly when you need it to right now, Medicare is waving their new member fees. This could save you money on top of all that you'll save each month by becoming a member of Medicare. So many people are looking for a health care solution right now. Seeing the cost of covert plans, for instance, and Medicare is the affordable alternative to health insurance. A typical family 6 $500 a month you might save even more medicine is a Christian community that shares each other's health care costs. And because of the current economic situation, they're making it easier than ever applied by May 30th, and you can save an additional $170 on your first month. I'll give you the number here in a second. If you call, you could get a price within two minutes. Just tell him the promo code share to receive your additional savings. Maybe now is the time to make the switch. Like more than 400,000. People already have and start saving. Here it is call 877 64 Bible. That's 877 64 Bible. 877 64 Bible. His summer travel bookings are increasing airlines in the United States or scrambling to hire new workers. Mostly at call centers to handle reservations. American Airlines is hiring hundreds of reservation agents to help with the rise in calls United Airlines and Delta aiming too short and wait times currently facing collars as they ask questions about vaccine requirements and mass America's goodwill. Another thrift shops have a big Bramblett. They've been overloaded with donations of broken furniture, outdated appliances, toys with missing tires and other junk His people clean out their claws. It's after the China virus pandemic. The avalanche of unusable donations are increasing the cost of trash disposal for charitable agencies. Please join me three times each week day for my updates from the Salem radio Network. This is the Lou Dobbs Financial Report and.
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"Hopped, friendly news and common sense Talk news RADIO 6 10 W. T V. M. Yeah, Of course. The big story today is that Trump's second impeachment trial has finally begun. That's right to impeachments our historic but just like Tom Brady Trump won't rest until he gets to 70. That's wrong. 7 28. It's branded boxer of rates have you with us this morning? I news ready or 69 W. T. V. And by the way, our executive producer of my campaign who was Who is our winner for the Triple A membership. Do you have it? That's put you on the spot. Sorry. I know it's serious. Stevenson of Circleville was Sarah from Circleville. Beautiful Circleville. We're going to get that pumpkin show back, Sarah. I feel good about that. All right. So we're gonna have another one around 8 45 this morning. That'll be your next one to win that triple A membership with NewsRadio, 6 10 W T V and seconds away from having the chance to win a grand with our 16 W T V and stimulus check. And then looking ahead after the bottom of the hour news. It's a Wednesday, so that means it's Tech Day with our tech resident guru John Quyen, and there's a You know, we talked about it yesterday a little bit with the water treatment plant. In Florida Just before the Super Bowl. Someone was able to hack in and change some of the water supply ingredients. If you will, they're basically they tried to poison the water supply by adding an extra amount of sodium hydroxide a dangerous amount by the way. So we actually reached out to the city of Columbus and their water treatment plant. And while they did declined to go on, they did release a exclusive statement to us here at 16. W. T. V. And I will get that to you. Along with John Queen shortly after the news here at 6 35. Times win some money, though, your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword bills to 202 100, you'll get a confirmation text and invoke standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's bills. Said. 202 100 traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products. Johnny I saw last night this seafood truck crash £70,000 of seafood at 70 West and around 2 56. I wonder if it's smelling like seafood this morning in that area. Well, we don't see anybody holding their noses up in the car. But we're so they can deny after that they're not avoiding anything on the ground, either, Which is also a good sign. I guess that's the cleaned up. Yeah, nothing. Nothing in the snow, Thankfully. All that might have kept it kept it well preserved. This trump would've been okay. Yeah, Yeah. Still just probably eat them. Hey, let's get Mikey to do that. He'll eat anything on accident.
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"At the earliest stores in 22 States will participate. There are no signs the Biden administration will take a softer line on Tehran. The Department of Justice is seeking to seize two million barrels of oil on a Greek owned tanker, saying the oil came from Iran. The complaint accuses Iran of trying to disguise the origin of the oil, using ship to ship transfers, falsified documents and other means. Come back to you, Jimi. All right, thanks very much for getting paid to take a vacation. That's what a small town in California is offering. It's Santa Maria. It's near the coast, not far from Santa Barbara's the cell in California, but a now hour and a half outside of L. A. It's known for barbecue wineries, beaches, hiking trails, and now the state stay at home order is over. The town wants to lure tourists back. Good luck with that bell. It's offering having Harvey's a card to use toward a minimum two night hotel. Stay, let card the taxes on those hotel rooms. In California. I don't know. Offer is good for reservation starting Thursday through March. 31st Sana Maria Eventful. Not to Santa Maria. You know quite a bit of time in Santa Barbara in that region there. I mean, there's If I remember right? Santa Maria is known for the peanut of war, and a lot of that region is Make their pretty good Pinos in Santa Barbara region, so Ah, nearly a year into the pandemic, and he's serving out yesterday found that Americans are the most stressed out now than they've been since the pandemic began. But it's not all about the pandemic. People feeling stressed about things like political unrest. Economic uncertainty, senator etcetera. The Harris poll for the American Psychological Association. We We tell them that the highest average levels of stress since last April is now code 19 case, and that's first tide. Prolong stress in the last two weeks. The largest stress trigger was The future of America named by 81%. Followed right behind by pandemic in 80% political unrest, 74% Two thirds named Jerry six on the U. S. Capitol, So that's two thirds 66%. So there you go. 6 35 time for Rush Limbaugh. The ruler of Michigan Governor Gretchen Wittner graciously generously allowing restaurants to resume indoor dining. She took credit for the state's covert numbers dropping due to the targeted temporary pause that she ordered in November. She thanked all of those who made incredible sacrifices and did their part. She said she knows the pandemic is hurt restaurant owners and workers and their families. Governor Wittmer. The pandemic hurt those who got the coronavirus. What hurt restaurant owners and workers and their families. Was the tyrannical response. Through the pandemic from Democrat governors like you. Other governors like Christine on South Dakota run to Santa's. Florida chose a different path. They allowed businesses to stay open. And guess what. When it comes to Corona virus cases, their states are doing better than the states that shut down the economy and through thousands of people out.
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"We've been fighting covert 19 for what seems like forever, but we need to keep on All of us. Keep on wearing our masks. Keep on watching our distance. Keep on washing our hands of vaccine is on the way. Now, more than ever, we must keep on doing whatever it takes. To slow the spread of covert 19. In other words, where the damn mask keep on Maryland. Brought to you by the Maryland Department of Health Rate was getting ready for this weekend. They lost the last playoff season to the Titans. They take on Tennessee at home this coming weekend on Sunday on Saturday. The team was no name a place Tampa Bay now Alex Smith, their quarterback. Limited practice, as the question is whether he will play or killer HEH Nikki will take the majority of snaps trafficking with the other three's Chuck Whitaker. Was mine Direct on 95 as coming up towards Camden Yards. It's on the right side. Pretty much on the shoulder North found where you would take the ramp to Russell Street and right before the ramp at 3 95. So if you're coming into the city from the southwest side, you'll see the flashing lights. Not a big deal right now. Just a reminder in Dundalk crews are working on a gas leak Have Northpoint Boulevard Ad Wise Avenue. Shot. Put it here with traffic and weather on the threes. We'll talk radio 6 80 Double d U C B M sunny and cool today. Temperatures running several degrees above average in the mid forties this afternoon Increasing clouds tonight 28 cloudy skies cooler tomorrow low forties weekend forecast. Mixed clouds and sunshine both days highs. Middle to upper forties. How many Where I was just can't boon from the weather Channel for talk radio 6 80 wcbm Right now. Ocean City has 33 degrees Pikesville 32 downtown Baltimore Right now It's 32 degrees 6 35 time for Lou Dobbs talking about your money. I'm Keith Peters in for Lou Dobbs, Walgreens and $6.5 Billion Deal to sell wholesale pharmaceutical business. AMC Theater chain looking for new financing and sports betting revenue may hit $2 billion those stories. Next, you've all probably heard of asbestos and know that it's dangerous. Most mesothelioma diagnoses are thought to be related to asbestos exposure. People who were exposed to asbestos decades ago are being diagnosed to this day with mesothelioma. That's because it can take as many as 30 or even 50 years to develop. But did you also know there is money to pay victims of asbestos exposure from years ago, An estimated $30 billion is available to help compensate victims and their families. If you are a member of your family have been diagnosed with message. Hey, Leana, you may be able to receive some of this money without ever going to court or filing a lawsuit. Get a free legal review today. Call cycle of law at 1 809 10 1950. Her again. 1 809 10 1951 809 10 1950 Call today 1 809 10 1950. The Walgreens Boots Alliance plans to sell its wholesale pharmaceutical business to amerisourcebergen and a cash and stock deal worth about $6.5 billion. The drug industry. Pharmaceutical wholesalers Act as middlemen purchasing drugs from manufacturers and then distributing them to doctor's offices, drugstores in hospitals. Walgreens says the Corona virus pandemic shaved about $520 million from its operating income in the fourth quarter of 2020. AMC Entertainment is in talks with Apollo Global management to find a new financial lifeline, backed by AM seize assets in Europe. Including the Odeon Cinema group, based in the United Kingdom..
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"Probably okay Restrictions applying copyright 2020. Cox Communications Inc all rights reserved And it's 6 30. A check of the news at this hour in Washington. The Senate has wrapped up a rare New year's Day session. Republicans rejecting President Trump's demand for $2000 covert 19 8 checks. It's an unusual session, both New Year's Eve and on New Year's Day Democrats vowing to try again to approve Mork over 19 8 when the new Congress convenes tomorrow, the president lashing out of GOP leaders, But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Congress has provided enough pandemic aid. For now. Smaller $600 checks are being mailed to households. As we speak. Iran says it plans to enrich uranium up to 20% of its underground Ford Oh nuclear facility as soon as possible. That's according to the head of Iran civilian nuclear program. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Iran also informed its inspectors of the decision, which said came after parliament mandated the move. Iran's decision to begin enriching to 20% a decade ago, nearly brought in Israeli strike targeting its nuclear facilities. Georgia Senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler are, of course, campaigning this weekend as our Democratic candidates. John US off and Raphael Warnock. Senator Purdue will be campaigning virtually as we mentioned earlier. He is in self quarantine after being exposed to a staff member who was diagnosed with covert 19. The senator has not tested positive at this time for covert 19. Congress overriding President Trump's veto of a defense policy bill, and that was the first by lawmakers since the president took office nearly four years ago. It was another activity in that New Year's Day session. The Republican controlled Senate easily turned aside, the veto ensured the measure becomes law. Lawmakers dismissing the president's objections to the $740 billion bill, handing the president a stinging rebuke weeks before his term ends. The president had rejected the defense measure last week said it failed to limit social media companies he claimed were biased against him. We saw the censorship. Trump also opposed language that allows for the renaming of military bases that honor Confederate leaders. A federal judge has dismissed the last gasp lawsuit, led by House Republicans that seek to give vice President Pence the power to overturn the results of the election. Congress will formally count the electoral college votes this week hence as president of the Senate, will oversee the session On Wednesday, he will declare the winner of the White House race. The Electoral College this month cemented the 306 to 32 victory for Joe Biden multiple legal efforts by President Trump's campaign the challenge. The results have failed so far. That suit had named Pence as the defendant and asked the court to throw out the 18 87 law that spells out how Congress handles the vote counting. That law from 18 87. 6 35 time for a check of the traffic.
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"My healthcare doesn't do that. That's more a human care thing. Pass the salt, please, dear. When it comes to your health, you actually have a choice. That's human care on Lee from human 6 35 Times, Jeffries and don Prior. Yeah, we're on the tide of Don share. We are you could jump in at 51283605 90 chat is His downtown now, Chad. Good morning, huh? Chad. Good morning, guys. Yeah, That's one of the comments that no one's. They're building a system that no one's gonna want to use with Kobe. I mean, who's gonna want to get on? A train right now. And how would that even look? It's true they pack it properly. Make it effective and do what it's supposed to do, Welch and here's the thing that year the thing with this train, I have a feeling this virus will be gone 20 years from now, That's how long it's going to be before a train is able to be written in Austin, Texas, and except for that red line that's up and running. It'll take at least two decades to get any of this going to start paying for things now. What's that in two days and well, I think in two decades driverless cars, they're going to take its place. Nobody will have a corner on this for a while. Nobody will have a car. They'll have a subscription, right? It'll be you know something that we don't even look at cars, transportation the same way roads and everything in this city council is not looking that direction. Yeah, By the time it's done, it'll be obsolete. Nish are developing those system. We have people in Austin that air developing the systems currently, it's like there's a disconnect somewhere. So anyway, thanks, guys have a great day whether they're connected to your money, that's for sure. Here's what property will do. There's no doubt about this. This is true. This is 1% sure, Even the City Council will reluctantly tell you this Some of the poorest neighborhoods in our city, and they're typically brought black and brown communities will you've got to go? You can't live here anymore. It's the city has now become Mohr unaffordable for you so much more unaffordable that the city is actually included. $300 million to help you move to relocate you because you may be displaced by the increased property taxes as a result of proper it's a cold, hard, ugly truth. I just wonder how does this community feel about the gentrification of your historic neighborhood? Right? City Council that you put in office. You the people that are being chased out of town. You put the city Council in office. There's no regard for that. Because a CZ we talked about yesterday. None of these people are from here. As you said a council. A ce forest can also goes. It means nothing to them. Clearly, it means they're clearly they have no connection. They feel no connection to Austin. They're trying to create it into a completely different city than what it has been What you trying to? Well, they are just like they did. It's it's full on Austin is gone. It's no longer a conservative city. It's little part. We officially became little Portland. Here's what the voters of Austin said last night one. I don't mind paying higher property taxes for a train that I'll never use. People don't mind that voters don't mind that voters don't mind paying Maurin property taxes. They also voted last night. This was this was a message to the City Council. We're okay. With the homeless crisis that you've created. Keep it up. That's what the voters said last night were OK with the homelessness in the trash, and we're okay with the de funding and eventual dese disbanding of the Austin police Department. That's what the majority of voters in Austin, Texas, said yesterday. And we're okay with long time Austin businesses closing well okay with longtime Austin restaurants On an iconic businesses closed again because thes these the City Council has no connection to these iconic businesses. For example, they do not care about the future. It means nothing to them. Nothing, nothing, nothing, Nothing they're creating, or they have created a new city. It's realizing this is I mean, this is a bleak conversation we're having here, but But it is the reality. It truly is. And again. I'm just stunned. Ah, that folks have gone in. And they said yesterday this and I can only think that the majority of the people said yes to this did not know what the hell that they were doing. Or they knew exactly what they were doing. And don't care. 11 of the two but you also have to realize what you voted. Yes, for and you're going to immediately start paying Maurin your property taxes and, yes, you're going to start paying Maurin your rent. And yes, you're going to start paying Mohr When you said the restaurant and order a hamburger, you're gonna have to pay more. Of that, as a result of the the the the way that stretches out in all kinds of directions. It will make your head explode. It's just extraordinary is it's extraordinary to me and this is something That you're not even any most likely You're not even going to use it won't even be done. It wanted to be built. I'm going to start paying for this now. I'm never going to use it. It's never going to see it. Here's what the voters of Austin, Texas have also done by voting. Yes, on this property and and re electing the most progressive City Council members, Greg Cassard, he won with a mandate. Basically, what they've done is increased the property values of the surrounding cities. Because people who want to go that's right. And there's going to be a demand to move the Liberty Hill Leander Cedar Park is there. Georgetown. It's already they happen. It's already been happening. Yeah, you just push it even further. And I guess they're okay with that. They love this man. City Hall loves us right now. That was a Greg Cassard is celebrating right now. He sure as hell is and I was just visualizing myself is a 21 year old walking into the polls when I saw this passes visualized myself, then looking down and having no idea what I'm looking at on this proposition. Going out Cool. Oh, yeah. Hey. Oh, yeah for that. Yeah, that's you know, just uninformed and squeeze in Joe. He's in Cedar Park this morning, Joe. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, guys. Hey, I just want to say, you know you're sort of the council's up from Austin..
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"Smoke. Governor Newsome says organizers of a Christian concert held a state capital over the weekend should have lead by example. Kate McKay's Marshall Benson reports. Despite drawing a crowd of thousands, Newsom says that very few in attendance wore masks or practice safe, physical distancing. The organizers of the lettuce worship rally were granted a permit by the California Highway Patrol. But under the pretense of following Cove in 19 health and safety guidelines, the crowd size was estimated to be between three and 12,000 people. The CH PS website says maintaining physical distance of 6 Ft from others outside of one's immediate household is described his mandatory at events on the Capitol grounds. Marshall Benson, He's 93 0.1 KFBK. The Los Angeles Clippers are moving out of L A, but they're not going far just across town to Inglewood KFBK correspondent Daniel Martin Dale has more On Tuesday. The city of Inglewood give the project its final approval and construction display did to start next summer. Owner Steve Ballmer's also buying the publicly owned land that the building will stand on for more than $66 million. The arena will see 18,000 people and include a team practice facility and corporate offices, All on site. It's scheduled to open in 2024 Daniel Martin Dale, NBC News radio. And the Oscar goes to more diversity. Kate because Mark Mayfield explains, the academy says change starts now it just added new rules for the best picture category. Starting in 2024 movies will need to meet two out of four inclusion standards to be eligible. It's to encourage fair representation on and offscreen addressing gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity and disability. Next year's Oscars have been pushed back to April due to the pandemic. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK and we're just watching now on screen and seeing some huge flames going up in Butte County around the lake Orville area live pictures of being fed Ian from Casey Aria. We're watching at this very moment in our studio. These air pretty significant flames that are now building in the Butte County Lake Oroville region. We talked about the evacuation that have been taking place. Mike Barker has been reporting for us this morning in Munich County. They are nowhere near getting a handle on this. It is very clear right now. Right? Right. So we, you know, hope that no one is trapped there because the flames air is pretty intense. So we will keep an eye on this. And of course, if there are any evacuations to report Or any news coming out of that area will certainly get that to you. 6 35 time here. The top national stories. Firefighters up and down the West Coast or battling hundreds of wildfires that I've been fueled by extreme heat and strong winds. Most of the people in Medford, Oregon, had to be evacuated overnight. It's flames moved in big evacuations. Rochester, New York, put chief of police has resigned amid nightly protests over the police involved. Arrest and death of Daniel proved back in March. All of the department's top commanders. Also stepping aside ABC. Trevor Ault is there. Protesters here in Rochester have been calling for the police chief to resign. But the sweeping step down certainly came as a shock to the mayor, breaking the news to City Council over.
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"Of sluggish flat broke. Salvati says the median rent for a two bedroom apartment in Austin has dropped to $1448, John Cooley. NewsRadio KALE, BJ, remaining Hurricane Laura Evacuees in Austin have been moved out of the convention center. There's now staying in hotels. That number is believed to be fewer than 100. Last week, there were over 3000 evacuees in Austin. 6 33 K LBJ. Here's Austin's on time traffic with Don Prior, looking Good out there right now, just seeing a bit of a buildup right now on North Bound 35 approaching stash, The two are approaching slaughter of to stash me That's the typical story this time of day, so really, no incidents out there to cause your problem. Just typical delays. Don Prior with Austin's on time traffic. A Heat advisory is in effect today. Partly sunny, breezy and hot behind today at 101 could be partly cloudy. Human and breezy this evening load tonight at 80 from the Weather Center. I'm Steve Williams 81 degrees. Get Austin News on demand and NewsRadio. Kale BJ dot com 6 35 Times, Jeffries and Don Prior. And here on the top of Don show one morning, I got a question on the table and we'd love to get your reaction The president is talking about going to Kenosha, Wisconsin, one of the cities where they've had Tremendous violence in the wake of the shooting death of Jacob Blake are the shooting of Jacob like that Isthe and the governor of Wisconsin Democrat Tony.
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"91 to 95 tonight Clear Daisy's smoking alot of 59 to 63 plenty of sunshine tomorrow on becoming hot with a high of 96 to 100. Evacuate their meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 68 degrees near Diamond Springs. 60 degrees Inhuman City, Not of the stories trying on this Thursday morning, the sacrament of City Unified School District is running out of cash. A budget crisis could result in the district going broke. Why is earliest February the district may have to take out a loan to keep schools open parent Allison French to Bo is frustrated with stalled talks between the District and Teachers union. I just don't understand what the teachers union is hoping to achieve. They haven't expired contract and so if we go into Receivership They're going to have to negotiate a new contract with a receiver who is probably going to just look at the basic facts of what is the going rate for wages and benefits in this area. The district's deficit is now projected at 40 million way up from $27 million just a year ago, State health officials have granted more than 100 waivers to allow districts in schools to reopen for in person instruction KFBK Sneak A Magus has details. Most of those districts and schools are in southern California, the California Department of Public Health announced of the 113 schools and districts that applied for the waiver. All but four were approved. All four schools who's waivers were denied were in San Bernardino County. Nika Miguel Hiss News 93.1 KFBK, half of the water supply for the San Lorenzo Valley has been destroyed. KFBK is Jordan Christmas reports eight miles of piping that accounts for half the San Lorenzo Valley water district supply has been destroyed in the C Z. Lightning complex. Fire officials with water district say that they are worried that the byproduct from the piping is material could seep into the queen water water, district manager Rick Rogers told Kay I o. N news that do not drink and do not boil. Orders are coming for the entire Boulder Creek area. Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK Los Angeles Dodgers and the Giants put their He evil heated rivalry aside, they postponed their game last night. Over the Jacob Blake shooting, and with Scott's and Clippers and Lakers leaning towards boycotting the rest of the N BA season, Although no decision has been made final, multiple reports indicate that they were the only two teams to voice that stance. Most of the other teams voted to continue to play. Treasury Secretary Stephen Yushin will testify about stalled stimulus negotiations next week. Kfbk is John Roberts with the story Mnuchin is that testified Tuesday in the hearing of the House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus crisis. Talks on a new stimulus package collapsed earlier this month. Democrats are demanding a more sweeping and aggressive package but have faced ongoing resistance from Republicans. Mnuchin has been leading negotiations for the White House. The House passed a $3.4 trillion stimulus bill in May, but it was never taken up by the Republican led Senate. Tom Roberts News 93.1 kfbk 6 35 time here, the top now All stories. There are more than half a million power.
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"Number dot com. Special financing subject. Credit approval. Minimum Monthly payments quietly store for details. 6 35 times, Jeffries and don Price. OK, it's the freaky, fun fighting edition with Peas and some Friday I'm going to mispronounce that and getting some trump you and Lydia, you could jump in here at 51283605 will be our undoing. So there is some silly footage that is circulating locally in cyberspace footage, and it shows the moments that a motorcycle Austin police officer What is making an arrest of a woman who was really agitating the cops and agitating the crowd. If you will. No doubt she was a pain. Let me set the stage. The motorcycle police officers were riding slowly behind a crowd of protesters who were marching in the streets in downtown Austin. Providing security for the peaceful protesters, right Helping them and behind the motorcycle officers is Rosalinda Noodle Trevino. 40 years old in her SUV behind the officers, honkin yelling, Adam getting too close, and finally the officer stopped. To talk to her to back off. She got belligerent. An arrest was made. She was handcuffed. The officer has her, you know, in the front of a squad car to AH, researcher And he uses the back of his hand to go underneath the brawl line to make sure there's no weapons or drugs because that's protocol when you make it arrest you've got to search the suspect. Because sometimes people hide things in the brawl. Okay, Weapons and drugs, okay? And and she, she insisted she wanted a female police officer. It all unfolded very quickly. And obviously there's a bunch of cellphones recording and agitating the officers during the whole process. Agitators big time. That's Rosalinda screaming at the top of a long don't know what you talked about. Seems like she may have some mental health issues. Honestly,.