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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Neighborhood, Albert Parnell joins us. How are you? I'm doing pretty well. This coming out of the Chico Enterprise record, so concerts in the park series. And Orville is returning. June 18th at River Been parked. The concert series were run through Friday, August 13 Awesome. That'll be just terrific. I just love hearing stories like that. San Francisco Chronicle This morning. They have an interesting opinion piece written by a top researcher. UCSF name Monica Gandhi. Who says Essentially we're not gonna need booster shots. Bodies of scientific research indicate that your immune system should offer you long lived protection from reinfection if you've been vaccinated yet, no, not just long lived but life lifetime. Another study. This is that a University of Washington Says that your antibodies if you have even a mild case of Coben should last you a lifetime. Sudden if you haven't been vaccinated, right? Yes. Yes, yes. So they say that the antibody drops right in some of those early studies that came out showed yes. The antibody drops once you get healthy again, and the thought was, Oh, maybe you won't be immune. But now with these latest This latest research there saying, yes, you are indeed immune they've been taking they've been tracking people and they say, probably for life. Well, that 11 flow now between now and six months from now, right? I mean, one water without you will be saying about it. Six months from now. All right. Well, I mean, the goal of the federal government is to get a shot into every arm. They'd like to see that. You know, Some people have pushed back on that saying, Look, I've had it right. And now there is research to support. Yes, you are protected. Listing. Hey, not just the housing market that's cooking. The commercial real estate market around the region is doing quite well. Thank you, which is a surprise, looking good and are we did some digging on that She's going to join us very soon of what she found out. Breaking now on news,.

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01:54 min | 1 year ago

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"Linger all the way through the end of the week, Okay? And we should get what 48 inches or something. A star in the very highest elevations. Maybe even more. This is a significant storm. Right? Okay, Let's get a little news from the neighborhood now. Albert Parnell joins us, but he have, sir. Yes, it's coming out of the reading record Search lights. Those little sad news. The North State lost a respected states. Manchester Lake City Council member Larry Farr passed away at the age 84. He served the community for 38 years. 38 years as a council member, you know, guys, that's a job that's one of those thankless job. You don't make any money. You get nonstop, just grief. People don't get their trash picked up. Guess who they call you at dinner. It's not an easy job. It's not what I see so many residents, one by one, getting up a council meetings and just ripping into the council. Then they're there to listen to it. Doing that for decades is hard to imagine. And then they start slumping in the chair. And then you know why Here we go again. Now, having had to cover those city council meetings as a young reporter, man better than Ambien. Oh, kidding. For the most part. So you're saying you sat in the back row into the little snooze? Is that what you're telling me? No, I was wide away having the news. Okay. Uh, we're coming up on 7 43. And three minutes we're gonna heal from Bill's Emperor knows a whole lot about football. He's going to break down what we can expect in Tampa between the old guy. Well, young buck oldest relative. So tell me about it. Love that coming up. Give me my traffic reports traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes all the way home. It's a word to no traffic conditions. Another fire reported state connected kfbk. Afternoon news.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"20 minutes to downtown. Same story if you're coming in across the causeway He's not 80 from Davis. That's a 16 minute drive in traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Today The fog is going to clear up and then we'll have an afternoon high around 64 is gonna be a really nice weekend overnights. We'll have the temperatures in the forties, but we'll top out at 67 68 degrees for the weekend. It's gonna feel fairly spring like beautiful 41 degrees right now. Albert Parnell is in charge of our segment called News from your neighborhood. By the way, when you're done with this, we've got to Charles Barkley. Quote for you. How? Barkley How It's rich. Oh, I'm interested now. So this is coming out of the Sacramento bee. So to honor MLK's birthday, all national parks will be free to visit on Monday. That's AH, the January 18. So all the National Park Service will waive all entry fees. Okay, so beautiful national parks here. Let's just do the math here. Right now. It's going to be 67 degrees and sunny and it's free. So you better get their super early If you want a parking spot, right? It's gonna be jam right? Well, just everywhere. I mean, people have like this pent up energy to get out so and it's gonna be nice enough to do it. Okay, I'll get you ready for Barkley. Already during in the N B, A on TNT broadcast host and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley argued that professional athletes should move to the front of the line to get the cove in 19 vaccine quote. As much taxes is these players pay they deserve some preferential treatment. Oh, Oh, so you know, I have to say, Albert once in a while, The guy says something and you go right on, Charles, You're saying what most people think. When you are talking about super super wealthy athletes going to the front of line for anything. This is not one of those times, especially athletes that are healthy young, yes, Least likely to be affected by this than anybody else. This might not resonate with the demo. Sir Charles seems to read the room charge. Yeah, you know, as Kristina said before, I don't think he cares. He gives none. Gives not? No, it doesn't. That's like Charles Barkley s so we've heard about, of course, Facebook and Twitter. Censoring and silencing people based on their political views. It's and and there's a thing out there in the law called the section 2 30. You're probably familiar with it. If you're not, we're going to get into what that is, And here's the deal. It's not just those two platforms that are using it. A surprising number actually are. We're going to get into that in three minutes. Sacramento's number one for breaking news Continuing coverage. Local news traffic rather understands every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons and weather story. His army. Sacramento's.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Their eggs. Guys in the afternoon 158 and Wednesday much the same sunny skies with a high near 58. There could be a chance of some rain coming in here after Christmas. Wow! All right, let's get over to news from your neighborhood now. Albert Parnell, What do you have? Yes, it's coming out of the city of Davis of the Davis Farmers market will offer additional vendors for it's Wednesday, December 23rd market With last minute shopping for holiday mills and gifts. They're gonna have prepackaged gift bags of market merchandise in baskets so shoppers may be able to create their own collections as well. So All these guys who haven't done their shopping. It would be present company included are going to be rushing down to that market, like in the last war, right? Wow. I think she'll like this during the pandemic. You waited to the last minute. I know. I can't go. I'm locked down. I'm following the orders. That's right. Yeah, quarantining at home. There's your excuse, honey. Sorry. I was quarantining home, right? Hey, by the way, this stimulus thing that's going to go through today get signed, And then those $600 checks will be heading out. You stand a better chance of getting your check sooner. Hmm. Maybe in just a week. If you are set up with er, arrest for direct deposit. Oh, so those that have direct deposit through the Irish they have They have something on the iris website called the Get My Payment Tool. If you set up your direct deposit, then you will get your check sooner or And if you go with the old fashioned male you're gonna need a while. You might wait a little bit. Okay. Good. By the way. Speaking of that we got a live report coming up in three minutes to see where this thing stands. Democrats and Republicans have a deal and apparently, apparently White House is the president's going to sign this, like right away? Yes, as soon as possible, but we'll get the timeline coming up. This sounds from.

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"From your neighborhood now, and Albert Parnell joins us. Would he have Yes. This coming out of the auburn journal. So the Nevada Irrigation District, as in Nevada County, camping and recreation facilities are affected by the states. They hung orders because of that The campgrounds will be closed as well as overnight. Stay at the camp grounds. Thank you, sir. Appreciate that. I have a study that you're gonna like more wine and cheese may help reduce cognitive decline. It fights Alzheimer's. Really out of Ames, Iowa, Iowa State University, which is by the way I went, mine went to school there for one year. My freshman year. Iowa State University. I was not part of the study. Unfortunately, first large scale report 1800 adults 46 to 77 years old in the United Kingdom took part And apparently, if you eat cheese in particular and red wine, it will reduce your risk of Alzheimer's. It will also expand your waist lines. If you do it too much. Look, you know what Kristina would all have to make sacrifices. I'm willing willing to jump on board. Oh, good study. I like this, but you would all right, Let's talk a little bit about the vaccine. Mm hmm. And the logistics and the rollout because it's reality folks, and it's going to be in California. We're told Monday, right and maybe first shots in the arm Monday or Tuesday, But there's a whole web of logistics. That's just right now. Just tingling with excitement. It's on standby. It's ready to get this vaccine out to where it needs to go. We're going to talk about That complex Web coming up. Know what's happened to my city. Sacramental voices you can trust like that. It's local Kristina Matanza, Sam Shane Kitty O'Neil breaking news, local news depth perspective mornings and afternoons connected with Sacramento's news, the 3.1 kfbk. Welcome Back to sports you today's topic. Deserves to win big this season. My two cents good drivers. I mean,.

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02:20 min | 1 year ago

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"You know, we're going to spend a significant amount of time all four hours this morning talking about the weather. There's just nothing in the forecast for a while, and it's getting concerning It is all right. Let's get over to news from your neighborhood now. Albert Parnell, How did you sleep? And how are you? I slept pretty good that took repeat, Icka. Memory foam pillows doing well, the sponsor now paying you are there you get your getting money under the table. Oh, God, You love that pillow. Honestly, it's a pillow. Yeah, I brought it on Monday and it's zoned me. Some justice say that this is This is coming out in Stanislaus County, so Stanislas County is offering free flu vaccines for their residents. The county health agency is providing flu shots on Friday from 3 to 6 PM at Joe Hansen High School. I'm not curious to see when this is all said and done with the flu season is going to be like this year with all the precautions that everybody's taking. I wonder if it's gonna be down. I saw something. There was some article gosh, darn it. I didn't print it out, but it was something about flu. Incidents of flu being down this year. Just because everyone's wearing masks and, like sanitizing their hands surprised me. Yeah, Esso, I've got this story about Bill Clinton. There's a guy named Doug Band. And he served as Clinton's right hand man for years after Clinton left the White House, and he's come out in an article in Vanity Fair, he says that yes, Bill Clinton did indeed. Visit the Caribbean island of Jeffrey Epstein, where Epstein was trafficking underage girls. Wow. So, uh, why? Anyway, He's saying that it happened back and the $2000 flight logs, isn't he? I mean, he's on the well, Yeah, it was a 2003 trip that he said he went to quote Pedophile island. Okay, Well, you know, it'll be interesting to see. I know that Dylan Maxwell still still going through all of her stuff, and we haven't heard anything yet. She hasn't been in court recently. But they're supposed to be new documentation Release. That story's gotten kind of quiet, hasn't it? Have it? Have it picked up with a pandemic, All right. Well, we are saving money these days. Savings is up. That's good news. Big time But does money buy you happiness for you Shout? Yes to your radio. You need to hear what a 75 year old study from Harvard is going to tell us that's in three minutes. Traffic. CHP is.

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Your neighborhood. Alex Taskers in for Albert Parnell. How you doing? I'm well, How are you doing? Well, awesome. Awesome. Awesome. The USS Hornet, Sea Air and Space Museum. Is getting some technological upgrades. A group of military veterans and others are volunteering their time to increase the access on the ship, so there's gonna be WiFi. Now the computer network will be upgrade and cyber security will be improved. The USS Hornet was completed 1943. It's served during World War two, the Korean War and Vietnam. It's a museum out in the Alameda Naval Air Station in 1998, and on a personal note. Was the ship. My grandfather served off for many years. You ever going to see it? Not yet. I really want Teo. I love and I just I know how the emotions would roll back walking through that. And I know he would enjoy school. Thanks very much. Fantastic. Former first lady Michelle Obama took a swipe at President Trump's supporters and inside We all need to get along. Well, Yeah. Are you ready? Are you ready for this? This is this is a gym of a quote. Let's remember that tens of millions of people voted for the status quo even when it meant supporting lies, hate chaos and division. It goes on to write. We have a lot of work to do to reach out to these folks in the years ahead and connect with them on what unites us. Wow. Well, if you're going to slap me with one hand, the other one is you know what? I was just thinking as I'm reading this This would be a great political debate on both sides who is more divisive in this country. Donald Trump or Michelle Obama? Well, I mean, when Michelle Obama talks about unification, really All the things that she has said Well, and there have been. There are Democrats and Republicans trying to close that divide, but they're doing it by not insulting each other, right? Yeah. You don't need a slap in the face, right? Right. I have coming up. You know Alex Trebek passed over the weekend. I'm going Tio. I ask you a couple of trivia questions about how many Shows he hosted its amazing How on live radio. Yeah, you know, that's your skills comfortable for me. Well, you ask Alex that he would probably know. Ask him. Jim Ryan is with the Biden campaign. He's going to join us Live on the transition in three minutes..

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02:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Kfbk Today, Sonny with minor any eight degrees in the Valley tomorrow Sunny with a high near 89 Wednesday, Sonny with a higher on 87 Christina right now. I have one of those brilliant sunrise. This nice. Okay. Great day. Let's get over to Albert Parnell. News from your neighbourhood. It might be a nice outside. Some people may smell some natural gas. Yes, that is correct has come now. The Lodi New scent Know, soapy Janey is planning to vent a natural gas transmission pipe beginning today this morning, and all of hers working, scheduled to begin as early as a M. And it could last approximately three hours and they say during the process You may smell some natural gas. But they said, Don't be worried because it is not harmful and it will leave into the atmosphere very quickly. Those of you in Oliver's have been forewarned. Thank you Appreciate that upstate New York Dad says his Children's school district, giving him the boot. For taking virtual classes out of state. Jeffrey Emmett of Auburn took his three kids on vacation in Missouri decided to stay at a relative's house rent out his home on Airbnb. His two school age kids did their remote learning on zoom, okay. Well, then he got an email from the school district said You know what? Your kids are no longer entitled to be enrolled because we don't know when you're coming back. You go knows no firm and he said Wait this are you kidding me? I pay my taxes. I pay my mortgage. My home is not for sale. I didn't move and kids do all their work on zoom. The no comment from the found out. I mean, the kids must have mentioned that we're in, you know, another state or whatever. Well, maybe or somebody, you know, somebody showed up at school and said, I'm renting this home on Airbnb from Jeffrey and whatever. But anyway, I don't get that This is raised this whole distance learning thing raising so many issues on a lot of fronts. Right? Right. So the president has kind of shut down immigration right now because of the cove it right right. But there's a deal that was made during the Obama administration was struck in 2016 to accept 1200 refugees from Iran, Bangladesh, Somalia, Myanmar from Australia, so they had gone to what they'd fled to Australia have been captured in Australia and Australia of somehow said You need to go to the United States and the Obama administration said sure we'll take him so that deal is going to go forward. So those refugees will be arriving in the middle. They will be I was I was expecting you to say differently. No, no OK, he denounced. The deal is kind of a dumb deal for the U. S. But he said all I will Honor it. Speaking of deals We wonder how Nancy Pelosi and Steve Mnuchin are getting along this morning? They're apparently trying to come up with some sort of stimulus package. So we have a live report on that to see if there's progress to report at this hour because we suspect they're probably talking right about now We're going to catch up with Inez Delicate era coming.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Albert Parnell joins us with a surprising development in university where students are actually moving into their dorms. That is correct. This is coming out. Ah Chico Enterprise. So this week is moving week for Chico State students during life will look a little bit different Throw just over 1000 students will move in, and each student will get their own room and in some cases There'll be one student in a room with four bids. So you get a sweet That's a bonus. That is a bonus. You remember that house? You're bringing back some bad memories of my freshman year in college. There were three of us just in this tiny little closet. Just, you know, on crawling on top of each other, like, right dorm room, the one that had like the brick walls. It was all brick walls. No, I didn't have one of those. Yeah, my brother had that It was like a Jill house. It's like a prison. I don't want to go to college. No way. I know. And then you went to college and you said, I don't want to leave. This is kind of a sweet deal. By the way, Notre Dame we just heard on the network newscasts. They've suspended their in person classes. We're going to go for it. And then they just they pulled the plug because they're big operate and then didn't they say in the national news that people are leaving? They packed up, rode home That said, I'm not going to stay here then going to Chico. Well, and they said it was partying that was causing. I just don't know how you keep Young people, college students away from each other. You don't I don't. I don't know how you do that. Yeah, And you know what? Statistically. That demographic. You know, Look, I know again, we get back to the demographic 65 70 75 older. That's that. That's the vulnerable population Overwhelmingly, and you look at the CDC numbers. They bear that out again and again so clear and we just keep hearing about science, science science, But yes, it depends on that's very subjective. Okay. Border crossings. We're going. We're going to hit that coming up next, right? Yes, we are, I guess. Apparently it's chain. Ah, lot different now than just one year ago. Do you remember all of the you know the families, the caravan Children with the backpack, everything everyone crossing and coming. Apparently, that's not the case. Now we'll break it down for you. Three minutes for.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"News from your neighborhood now. Albert Parnell joins us with the answer. Yes, coming out of Eureka Time standards. So the Rigas the Eureka City Council voted unanimously toe put on the November 3rd ballot, a 1.25% tax measure, which is supposed to generate nearly $10 million annually for the city's general fund budget. Okay. Thank you very much, sir. Appreciate that new Kato's national survey finds that self censorship on the rise in the United States were afraid to say stuff. Yeah, you know, it doesn't appear so on social media people are willing to apply, but 2/3 of Americans, isn't it? Isn't it funny how anonymity gives you so much courage? Why? What's summer like, you know, open with their face and everything, saying what they're going to say. But some are anonymous Americans say the political climate 2/3 Americans say the political climate these days prevents them from saying what they believe because others might find it offensive. 2/3 of us don't want to say something. We're afraid to say something that we really believe in. And that's Republicans and Democrats. That's progressives and conservatives In this era of cancel culture. I believe that You're afraid. I mean, there have been people people have lost their jobs for Oh, yes. The View's Oh, yes, they have. And some have stated cem egregious things and have not lost their jobs by the S O. The fear is well founded. That Americans are self censoring much more right because we don't look the goalpost. Keep moving. We don't know what the rules are. Right. Nobody does well, and I think that you know when you when it comes to polls on again. This is a poll. So maybe this is wrong, but it comes to polls. People are not being honest about what their political preferences are. We saw that in the 2016 election. I believe it's continuing today. I mean, I How do you know what to believe anymore? After what we went through a number one in 2016 and what we're experiencing in 2020 s O you spending more or spending less staying at home. Saving money costing you more. I would think you'd like, save a bunch of bundle. There's new research might make you think twice in three minutes. These.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Talk to Albert Parnell. Now he is our technical producer. He is thie purveyor of news from your neighborhood, and I would just leave last night. Big good. The little one is starting to sleep through the night, so I threw my night. He still wakes up after I leave tomorrow. I have to deal with that. But that's always a blessing when the kids start sleeping through the night. Oh, yeah. Yep. Yep. Yep. So this is coming out of the city of West Sacramento. So they are closing their city hall to the public due to the spike in the corona virus cases. So if you are looking for something, the 1st 4 counter would still be available by appointment only. By appointment. Only. You all right? Okay, well, you know, things are shutting down. We're kind of in that mode right now. Yeah, you know, we there was a lot of hope. I think at the end of spring going to summer that thieve Iris would just kind of let up in the summer heat, and unfortunately, no. Yeah, And some of the, you know, warmest states are having the biggest out right now, You know, parts of Texas and Florida. In Arizona and that sort of thing, by the way they are. There's a lot of talk about a potential vaccine. We talked about modernity yesterday and and Fizer and kind of the progress they're making The president's a warp speed project work Speed is being fully funded to try to get vaccine as soon as possible. But once one is developed Then you have distribution. Yeah. How do you get it to people? Yes, And how do you get to the people who need it and not just the people who have the money to go out and get it. So we're going to talk about that with Tom Rivers. He's coming up with a live report on what will happen once we do get a vaccine that's coming up in three minutes. Stay connected with news. 93.1 kfbk where you're smart speaker is at home. Say, Hey, Google play kfbk on I Heart radio. Ma Bell was right. You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Jerry and Kenny here from Bell Brothers. No surprise, guys. We want you to know we do everything we can to be clean, neat, tidy, punctual and freely so we could make a great first impression. Our technicians will show up on time in a clean service truck. They'll.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Now Albert Parnell on a big trade going on this weekend yeah well not quite operated as a March so this is coming out of the napa valley register so the rainbow action network in the people's collective for change pride will be hosting a pride protest March on Sunday June twenty eighth at ten thirty AM and napa city hall okay any because it is pride by month described by yes but it's not a parade to mark yeah is a March it was like a rally at the now in napa so disappointed I don't see people holding a wine class really really really okay all right thank you very much who's doing well during the pandemic in the restaurant business it's crazy so Darden restaurants they own big chains like olive garden and longhorn steakhouse they're not doing well now that they have the they've seen their business decreased by like forty eight percent so it's not not good times for them but fast food is having a moment really yeah especially in the suburbs chains like McDonalds and Starbucks they have quickly learned how to give customers what they want so they have reduced menu options closed in dining rooms and are offering better deals than as a result their business is booming but you know they were set up going into this pandemic just by the virtue that they have drive throughs right right off the bat they had a huge advantage they did have an advantage but they took advantage of it I mean they they they didn't keep going as business as usual so they have made a conscious effort to pivot and look for exactly what people want during these times so they've done that not only do they have the infrastructure in place but they can change their menus just a little bit to to accommodate people they dead Hey dad very interesting so all these travel credit cards were all the rage pre pandemic but now they're set in your wallet and they're racking up frequent flier miles that you can't use may or may not ever use them who knows we're gonna talk to a travel expert about whether you should keep those cards or ditch them for something else according to trust.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"News from your neighborhood Albert Parnell joins us now we're out of plaster county your story right yes that is correct this comes from the Auburn journal so granny flats in your in law units garage apartment's tiny houses whatever you want to call them the plaster county board of supervisors voted unanimously to ease housing call restrictions in order to update it and in order to help increase the supply of local four double housing unit so you'll be able to build those if you need to or if you want to more tiny houses yep thank you hi city council of Philadelphia has cut them this is a preliminary budget cut the preliminary budget for the police force of that city by thirty three million dollars so we all know what's going on in the country with regards to policing but they also have a seven hundred forty nine million dollar revenue shortfall so they have to make some deep cuts right but thirty three million dollars in one city to a police department ever seen those discussions all over the country there are going to be ramifications and I just hope it doesn't get two out of control right I will so does everyone right for sure I mean alright swabs and sensors memos are offering details of life in the NBA Bob wills the players and staff members yesterday released like a hundred and thirty page document on what it would take to get the NBA season up and running and they're gonna do it Disney world yeah and apparently players and staff members will be required to stay on the premises at nearly all times after they arrive next month to complete the season I'm still not convinced this is going to happen well I mean they're going to be locked up players to do what they want a yeah I mean in all professional sports so I am now this is going to be interesting in times like these many of us could use a boost positivity training how does this work and the top NFL quarterback who swears it works that's coming up in three minutes connected with.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Sixty three degrees currently in Lodi it's sixty degrees Sacramento it's sixty heading to a high of seventy nine and is ninety three point one K. if you can feel nice today yes do you know if you plan on eating outside later tonight it might be a little bit blustery to sit out there we got that win going okay but it's not gonna be hot for sure today all rights let's get over to news from your neighborhood Albert Parnell joins us now yes this coming out of the Eureka time standard so humble state university is offering a one time early exit program as part of efforts to reduce the size of his work force and balance the budget so it's giving incentives it to university employees to try to reduce their their their budget and so they don't have to do lay offs and it comes because they have a twenty million dollar budget deficit over the next two years and this is because the crown of virus and also just in general students have been lessened rolling into Humboldt state so their student population has been declining yeah I believe that and I think I don't think this is going to be the first round of golden parachutes are acts that earlier whatever you wanna call it I I don't think it's gonna be the first round yeah Roman down and probably not going up maybe for a little while for a little while actually is the most economical if they're going to have folks on campus next year yeah it would be tough campaigning for Bragg Fort Hood and Fort Lee they are national military bases named for Confederate heroes and some say the names need to change we'll have more on that ahead in three minutes virus isn't just one story it's months of stories because it's affecting different people and lots of different ways we'll keep bringing you the latest facts along with coverage of the people and stories.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Two three day all right let's get a little news from your neighborhood Albert Parnell joins us now what do you have for us this is coming out of Colusa county sun Herald so schools the county's unemployment rate rose to twenty six point three percent in April and it was already a twenty three point five percent for the month of March so it went up three percent okay how long time hand that's high up the tie everywhere you know everywhere USA today headline this morning Arizona's Corbin nineteen spread is alarming action needed according to experts it's spreading like crazy in Arizona yeah they put their their hospitals on on alert today said intensive care units are starting to fill up well that's not good news and you wonder what that's is that just more people getting out and about is it I protest is that he's in testing is that testing adults have more people that have been tested and then when you talk about test you've got the you know the the the naked the positives that aren't positive and you know are they accurate and there's a whole life what chatter on a parent forums a Facebook in particular but I'm sure it's happening other places as well local parents who have a kids are in sports and they want to know what's going on yeah other kids going to be able to get back on the field there's a lot of pressure on schools to get kids back playing again what if you've got a kid who's a great athlete you're looking at potentially a scholarship right right and you want you want that athlete to play I know and if you're a disturbed says no we're not doing it would you move to another district or what if you have a district who says well we don't know what number you do or would use an address in that district yeah right now we're gonna talk about all of those Medicare joins us in three minutes continuous twenty four.

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"albert parnell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

"albert parnell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The weekend we're looking at a change showers and possible thunderstorms both Saturday and Sunday in the forecast with highs in the high fifties has a look at your three day time to get a little news from your neighborhood now Albert Parnell joins us somebody half force yes this coming out of the Eureka time standard so the new from the car coronavirus has changed the life change life as we know it it actually has changed F. as well so local funeral home directors said that because of the virus they have to cap the number of people who could attend funeral services in order to help curb to curb the spread of the virus is they can no longer hold in masses are churches what's the number tell us ten so that the cat they're capping it at ten who could who could attend what their recommendation is is when you have someone who has passed away they suggest you have a burial now but you hold a memorial okay later Ryan this whole thing is is over with that that makes sense carnival cruise ships have six thousand passengers on ships at sea around the globe wow six thousand you know they can't find a place to dock they're working on that in in Florida this morning by the way it looks like that there's going to be a ship that is going to be allowed to dock but it's slowly happening so anyway and by the way carnival shares down seventy six percent this year yeah it's not real I read yesterday in an article about a whole bunch of nurses that were supposed to go out on a big cruise I can't member which line and the cruise ship said no we can't go on the cruise obviously but we're not giving your money back no no they're not giving the money back well we're all learning a lot yeah an ounce of lessons is it really as hot so they thought they were all stocked up with all the essentials in the event of a pandemic yeah they were planning in the event of a pandemic our grocery store change actually did this and they thought they were ready and what caught them completely off guard they didn't see this coming we go deeper on their story in just three minutes in this coronavirus crisis things change fast yesterday's advice may not be tomorrow's advice you're not alone in this we'll be here every day as long as this last to bring you the latest.

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"albert parnell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"albert parnell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In our technical producer Albert Parnell now we open up his microphone to do a little news from your neighborhood on a Wednesday morning yes this is coming out of the Lodi news so city of Lodi staff representing several departments recently joined ready to work San Joaquin members volunteer citizen groups in a multi pronged cleanup effort aimed at clearing debris and trash left behind at homeless encampments throughout the city while we're seeing that over and over again lots of holding up efforts there's a lot to clean there is a lot to clean right thank you very much appreciate that a low died this morning right so people love taking their pets to work right a pet friendly workplace is worth a lot to them and ziprecruiter found out just how much so a lot of employers are reluctant yeah I mean you know you don't want that fights in the Oregon on Friday that answer you know whatever but you're saying employees really want they want this yes and this is what they're willing to give up this is according to a zipper critter palm free snacks catered meals employee discounts one paid vacation day really surprised me that's a Biggie and one percent of their gross salary one percent yeah seven percent said they give that up and performance bonuses okay has up to okay so and and then they also want not only do they want to bring their pets but they want pet insurance that would that for their pets that would be nice yeah they would and here's what they're willing to give up for pet insurance of the free snacks the catered meals the paid vacation day employee discounts one percent of the gross salary performance bonus so that that's what they're willing to give up for the insurance for their pet as well sounds like a lot of negotiating is about to begin right right I guess I mean if you're bringing in like you know your little lap dog or only be kinda cool can be if they can be age are not disrupted one of bringing your great Dane I need to have an office the big old gold Marmaris river running around the office no I I get that as a pet owner by the way I mean that pet insurance to be really a nice little I have had insurance for my lost on you said it was worth it was worth it yeah it in our case it was worth it yeah okay okay Biden wins nine states Sanders in a position to win four states including California and the delegate count is still close what is next for Bloomberg who knows or Elizabeth Warren who knows she lost her home state I know how that's brutal that was not a good showing for her okay so we have a lot to cover with Alex and he's gonna join us live in three minutes stay connected.

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