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01:30 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Twenty twenty twenty one fiscal year that largely maintains fiscal policies enacted over the last several years the budget does project a twenty four million dollar loss in revenue but that will be offset by fifteen million dollars in expert expenditures reductions in about ten million and reserve funding so they got a little money in the bank yeah I got a lot on there do a little cuts yeah and we're not do a little closer not sounding as much yep but for them they they can tap into the reserves thanks a lot for that very much a lot of people gonna be looking for jobs and you know when you're looking for a job the potential employer often likes to check out our social media thanks for looking there right Facebook is making it easier for you to wipe out any embarrassing or otherwise personally painful posts though the rolling out a new feature called manager activity and so if you're in the job market after saying some rockets college years our or we may maybe just want to like you know not have any reminders of an old relationship any of that you will be able to bulk delete a bunch of stuff on your face you can clean it all out okay darn okay the billion dollar mask deal that became a boondoggle still no masks why did the governor agreed to it where are the masks and what about this China bus company Amanda Carroll joins us with what she found out in three minutes anyone on the south and east sides of the state capitol to protest leaders go to the death Minneapolis police custody.

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04:15 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Elvin radius yeah who's the owner of yelled into your shop was looted last night you're on news ninety three point one KPK with the chef John McGuinness Amanda Carroll Tim lance and and bill hi how's it going it's going it's going well you know it would do going a lot better for us than it is for you and and tell us what happened tell us what happened last night will happen to me when we were we we knew something was going on so we we I was watching camera all day how I didn't go to click on all because I was watching camera I did feed the police posing in front of my Florida pretty much eighty percent of the day and I thought we were going to be I thought we were going to be safe and then around nine o'clock I thought about ten people twenty people thirty people I live in the Thomas so once I saw it building up I jumped in my car and I just drove down straight by the time I got there it was too late they got in I think in police believe there but yeah they they could they didn't if they if they I guess their hands are tied and they weren't able to do anything Elvin hang on hang on the line John John McGuiness and and Amanda no use have a have a question by the way is from housekeeping we're gonna break at the bottom of the hour for quick news update and then will resume this John so the frustration and we've heard that from other business owners well the police couldn't come or they couldn't do anything is there a point of no return when looting starts yeah I I think frankly they were a bit overwhelmed at it it probably a matter of staffing a matter of fatigue and that's why I like the idea of the additional resources being brought to bear I really truly think you're gonna see a different scenario tonight my my sincere hope is that the word is out that there are an abundance of resources in place and ready to participate I think it's safe to say that did in Sacramento county alone you have more sworn peace officers and you have the entire state of Minnesota it looks that way to me just look up to the general numbers so the resources exist but but to call for those resources to mustering come together because remember the city Sakamoto still has the hell my one one calls throughout the city traffic collisions everything else that goes on so they have to have sufficient resources to overcome whatever resistance they make an experience when they attempt to make an arrest that's what they needed last night that's what they're going to have tonight the knowledge of that reality may be enough to change the behavior on the part of the criminals but that remains to be seen if they choose to to play as they did last night I think they will get a completely and totally different reaction that could very well be the first step to bring this to all Amanda we have about a minute and fifteen seconds and you had a question for album well you know I saw a video of individuals jumping in your windows looking like they were stealing things you think because you were shoe store it's got popular items do you think you were specifically targeted I will I will I will I would agree with that I mean our our our demographic that young young kids so they don't see them I well I don't see them robbing a a Birkenstock right yes so that's why the they are they they told they told my store that must have been frustrating to see that and not be able to do anything about it I can't imagine how that would feel how did that feel it I thought I I thought I saw everything in life into last night yeah you know you know you need to eat there's no way you can prepare yourself to feed people going in and out of your secure shop that you spent years to build because we built a kick off event but it is it is not a if you think Elvin we really feel sorry record short on time and thank you so much for calling in and and we know you're going to rebuild we know we know you will and we wish you the best and we'll we'll keep in touch more continuing coverage just ahead here on news ninety three point one K. three K. we'll get an update and hear what's going on nationally this evening at six thirty local news breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one KFBK eight thirty one this is bill white a new study three point one KPK with our continuing coverage along with Kate because Amanda Carroll Tim lance and KPK news team are monitoring the situation not only around the nation but here in Sacramento list first start with Kate because Amanda Carroll and what was the latest from your vantage point once you've kind of reset you came on the R. five o'clock this afternoon and if you started your weekend live show and we we went into this coverage and it really wasn't a result of what was happening here in Sacramento but what was happening the hot flash places around the country yes I mean we just saw it boiling over you know I think it's there was still daylight in Sacramento when on the east coast as soon as the sun set things became more violent there were protests all day that were somewhat tamer we saw the lines of police trying to push people back but nothing violent as soon as it gets dark on the east coast things turned in that feels like with everyone posting on their social media and there's growing then it spreads to the west coast and you see all of these demonstrators growing in and I mean I'm I'm watching this video on the black lives matter Sacramento page talking about you know people are asking why is this turning so violent and they're saying it's because it's a rebellion not a riot that's the way this organization sees these growing in here in Sacramento here there is six hundred maybe a little bit more than that out on the streets today we are the worst of it here in Sacramento again not what's happening across the country as violent as that but there was some they were throwing water bottles traffic cones at officers there was one CHP officer that's a minor injuries from what they said was a projectile probably a water bottle or one of those traffic cones went back to duty also you could here there was sound earlier that I heard and found a video of people it kicking in the windows of the jail downtown in Sacramento those windows were shattered the other problem that happened in Sacramento today graffiti graffiti sprayed on the tower bridge some state buildings the F. bomb was sprayed on the front of the jail in downtown with spray paint also the statues at the California state library were defaced that there is to very Greek like statues and the entrance and their faces were spray painted black and the F. bomb was spray painted on the outside of that beautiful building and also a black lives.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:37 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Metal baseball bat to a shop window on the street in New York he's broken that window wearing it looks like a face mask he's pulled a manic and out of there it is now stripping the clothing off of that manic and trying to get an idea of what the shop is here if the camera will move around but the it's one individual now there are some other people who are just moving past him and actually not really paying any heed whatsoever that gives you an idea of some of the destruction that's going on in some of the hot spots bill back to you all right that's the case Tim lance let's go to Cape U. K.'s Brody Fernandez and ward seven forty seven here as we continue our coverage this evening what's the latest yeah bill so I want to first start with the scene in the nation's capital right now protesters are gathering in Pennsylvania Avenue and starting to surround the White House now I think we should all be on alert and whether or not the White House will issue another lockdown we saw that yesterday and it's likely we may see that as protesters gather more in Pennsylvania Avenue in around the White House this evening turning to the state's capital I actually got off the phone with CHP just moments ago and right now they're letting me know that they're focusing their efforts on interstate five they're getting word that a large gathering of protesters are making their way over to interstate five and that their main priority is ensuring those protesters do not reach the main highway to block off traffic what they've been told is their main objective there now in terms of the injuries Amanda Carroll touched on there's an update on that so last night I can tell you that two CHP officers covering these protests in Sacramento were injured those injuries minor to moderate they were not critical one CHP officer has been injured this afternoon and this evening with the protest that officer is now back on duty he has been treated for his injuries the the likely cause of projectiles and in terms of in so yeah I mean it in Sacramento we've all touched on this Hey it seems like it's a little a little less severe than what we've been seeing in Houston Dallas New York Los Angeles I'm hoping to get in touch with mayor Darrell Steinberg later this evening whether or not he'll issue a curfew for Sacramento as protesters continue to March throughout the city and.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of the Klamath project which is a U. S. government operated water works that steers runoff water from the tearing cascades to more than two hundred thousand acres of farmland is running low on supplies in the local Robert water agencies say that they may not have water to send to farmers beyond and next month you know a lot of reservoirs are doing just fine yeah I know it's interesting I wonder what is going on with that particular we're gonna have to dig deeper into that minimizing right as at U. S. project so I'm not just here in California where there are remains many many questions about the billion dollar mask deal with the Chinese car company right that was a complete disaster we still don't know all the details on that I'm not just here turns out Associated Press I did some research states give few details on billions spent on virus supplies soci to press survey fifty states phone a Hodge podge of public information about the purchase of masks gloves gowns other hard to get equipment for medical emergency workers I think you know and and we've had so many media companies laying off so many journalists this is when you need it journalism defined or all those public dollars are going well that's public information it's taxpayer money to be able to find out where the stuff is going in without people digging into this stuff I will assure you of this government officials are not going to just hand over the information now they are not in your mind you have to fight them tooth and nail yeah you do I mean they're just not going to tell you how they're spending their money exactly so that I mean the freedom of information act or not they they tried a whole lot of that information or anything they can to hold on to them California churches allowed to hold services again on a very limited basis so what will that look like on Sunday Amanda Carroll joins us live with what a local church leader told her that's coming up in just three minutes stay connected to some businesses are allowed to open in California stay in touch in fact it may somehow rage on the efforts to reopen California anytime you need an update will.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To normal that includes increase hospital capacity protection for the most vulnerable and mass testing we're trying to create an architecture around what that looks like in a very thoughtful way driven by this driven by health driven by science not driven by politics students will likely be going back to a completely different classroom structure and physical distancing rules will likely be the new normal the governor is expected to hold a briefing at noon today we will carry it live here on K. F. B. K. some Californians like what they've heard from the governor others are concerned Kate because Amanda Carroll reports so yes this question on Facebook what do you think of the governor's plan to slowly get California back to work for people like myself who are independent contractors I need to go back to work full time and I need people to feel confident in coming and people continued professional difference if they can do the cleaning I think the other thing you can wear a mask I think the profile great and we'll just see how it goes not everyone is in favor in the dean is very concerned saying I don't care what anyone decides I'm not ready to die yet with everyone out and about the virus will spread obviously it's still spreading with the majority of people at home some moral get the virus and we'll start all over again I don't wish to be a statistic this year Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. nineteen million dollars will be removed from a payment to victims of catastrophic wildfires caused by Pacific gas and electric the money will come from the thirteen billion dollar victims fund to pay administrative costs a bankruptcy judge approved the payment the fund is for the thousands of people who lost family members and homes during the series of deadly wildfires in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen Mutikani law enforcement leaders object to a ruling that could allow hundreds of inmates to be released to stop the spread of the virus keep the case Mike Barker has details view county has one hundred and twenty four inmates who could be released because of the ruling Butte county sheriff Kory Honea says baby choose to re argue the case to prevent offenders from being set free based on a motion from there a defense attorney the court will review each of those one hundred and twenty four individuals to determine whether or not they should be released on zero bill whether there should should be some increased bail required or whether they should be held on no bail Butte county had already done a comprehensive analysis of their jail at the outset of the corona virus and it released nearly one hundred non violent criminals to prevent the vice this is spread Mike Baca news ninety three point one KFBK this morning doctors say there are some nutritional options and dietary choices we can all make to boost our immune systems Kathy Kay's dina Kodiak has more nutritional physician Dr Cass Ingram says we should be considering what he calls a pandemic pantry vaccines for coronavirus have always for fared poorly that's why you don't see a vaccine for colds colder crone of ours even just one study he mentions tested five universal natural German sides oregano is the most powerful then sage human of all things human we took this oil on the seed cinnamon the oil not the powder and Bailey well one of the last.

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Those who are arriving I've been told speeding that's right yeah they have had some that that I haven't gotten deep into the study added if many many pages that are then but yeah but that people are speeding so governor Newsom pledged to get homeless people off the streets and into hotels and motels and other shelters now four weeks into the shelter in place orders it's not happening in the trailers that are now sitting empty at cal expo are Amanda Carroll joins us live with what she found that's coming up in three minutes what we really need right now is information we've got a lot of unknowns looking for the latest facts on the corona virus pandemic we'll be ready we're all in this together all of us are the same news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the way world going about doing things these days has changed but one thing that has his Los commitment to our customers we're here with all the things you need to keep your home running smoothly during this important time our stores are open and ready to help or you can also order online at Loews dot com or download our app will deliver right to your doorstep so here with the word that's just weird Terry cloth who exactly is Terry and why does he get his own fabric the journey below SPF fifty five awesome we then as daffodils a word for everyone transaction yeah I just made it up but I'm not making up how great it feels when me and progressive protect your new home everything in that Terry no Terry only thinks of himself save an average of seventeen percent on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive progressive casualty.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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09:24 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And a high of seventy eight to eighty two I macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg news ninety three point one F. B. K. currently forty nine degrees in elk Grove and other stories that are trending on this Monday morning there is more evidence this morning of a local program set up to house the homeless not doing that trailers brought into calyx bow for the homeless during the pandemic are sitting empty this morning K. up because Amanda Carroll reports as most of us are entering our fourth week of quarantine the homeless are still on the streets sixty trailers are tucked away at cal expo in Sacramento that was there for the homeless that are ill from covert nineteen after police escort back to the area Friday morning I discovered there still empty an official on the scene confirms saying the site was on occupied communication with tents once in the media and communications manager with the city of Sacramento confirmed explaining the city is still waiting for the fire marshal to sign off on the site before people can be moved to the trailers they're hoping to move in today the governor's allocated fifteen million dollars to fund housing for the homeless so far no confirmation that either the sixty trailers or one thousand hotel rooms have been occupied Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one KFBK in San Francisco this morning dozens of homeless people in one shelter are infected KPK corresponded Marshall Benson with more on the outbreak in the homeless population there now at least seventy people of San Francisco's largest homeless shelter are being treated for cover in nineteen the facility normally holds three hundred and forty people but only one hundred have been staying there those infected will remain in quarantine the rest will be moved to hotels California recently started a program to house those on the street in hotel rooms during this pandemic many cities across the state have also been successful in opening parks and other public grounds as a safe place to stay during this unprecedented time I Marshall Benson governor Newsom is promising more masks and gloves for frontline health care workers he also pledged to isolate those who test positive in all facilities outbreaks have been reported in facilities from Sampoerna Dino to the San Francisco Bay Area and dozens of residents have died PG&E customers will get a credit on their April bills KPK correspondent Angelica OB all ha has more now on why people are getting a refund consumer advocates say don't give the utility any credit regulators require owners of power plants to buy carbon pollution permits and the money is distributed to consumers every April purely by coincidence officials with the utility reform network complained the new email to customers from P. Jeannie makes it sound like they're doing it out of the goodness of their heart it's a flat rate credit of about thirty six dollars for electricity and twenty seven dollars for natural gas I'm Angelica out will be ha there is more focus and more questions being asked this morning about when the country will re open carefully case mark Mayfield reports some states it's possible in Maine but in other states it's going to be very unlikely that that would not lead to an immediate resurgence on CBS's face the nation director for the institute of health metrics at the university of Washington Dr Christopher Murray said west coast states are further along in the corona virus pandemic Washington state has been successful in flattening the curve but Marie added there needs to be multiple weeks of closures after the peak of the curve to prevent a second wave of cases where he says there is a high risk of rebound of the country opens as a whole on may the first my president trump hopes recess and maybe some states could start to open by mid may mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. that is the topic of our featured audio clip at five oh five on this Monday morning this morning scientists with the World Health Organization or WHL are encouraging all countries to put in place new measures to track and isolate people who come down with covert nineteen Dr David Navarro is the special envoy for corona virus for the World Health Organization it should show you can pick up cases as soon as they appear I just like the men stop outbreaks from developing it's going to be necessary but every single country to have that capacity and so we're actually encouraging countries to put that in place now and that will facilitate releasing lockdown suburban further massive outbreaks so the W. H. O. experts are of the opinion that there may not be this big wave rebound in the fall as you heard it would happen in sort of pockets all around the globe in the focus on this Monday morning has to do with okay what is next in terms of is gonna be a second wave in the fall and when is the country going to re open the windows yeah and which of these tracks is it going to be a vaccine is going to be a treatment is it going to be some sort of technology a contact tracing never gonna institute is gonna be all three and which will get there faster to help us I mean because if it is going to be pockets the contract at the contact racing that Google and apple are working on right now that app is supposed to be rolled out like mid may run would would to help people understand if they have been exposed and if it is pockets and we're going to figure that out we have to have adequate testing and this morning Christina we're gonna spend a lot of time in the next four hours talking about testing in the severe problems in this country with the lack of testing that has taken place thus far and going forward if we want to open up this country we have to know who has it and we can do that and I mean the the level of testing California is absolutely abysmal and it's not just California it's all over it's all over so we and and we've got a number of audio clips up to back that up that will be playing all morning long all right let's get you caught up right now on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. from ABC news hearing test in the seventeen people killed in tornadoes across the south eleven in Mississippi alone emergency management executive director Greg Michelle there says because of the pandemic it wasn't ideal but they had no choice to open up shelters live site you had to persist over everything else and the the the greater risk of the tornado had overcome Kobe nearly million people have no power this morning because the same line of powerful storms we've been told the number of coronavirus cases is leveling off in New York ABC's Tom yamas we spoke to doctors across New York City some say they do see a slowdown in patients others say they still are feeling that search governor Andrew Cuomo says we all have to be cautiously optimistic after New York New Jersey has the highest number of infections ABC's Erica Turkey with more on a possible breakthrough there doctors at valley health system in New Jersey have given the first dose of convalescent plasma therapy to a covert nineteen patient that patient is infused with the plasma from someone who was recovered from the infection and the hope now is the antibodies boost the infected patients immune system this kind of therapy has been used to fight major illnesses for a century now it's just a matter of time before doctors know if it can be useful in this pandemic ABC chief anchor George Stephanopoulos have tested positive for covert nineteen his wife also has it George says in his case he appears to be one of those who has a symptomatic says he's never had a fever or chills no headache or cough no shortness of breath and says he's feeling great the first MLS checks began arriving over Easter weekend Kathy boy there from Massachusetts got hers it was I delighted to see extra money in my checking account and it was twelve hundred workers in some nonessential industries are starting to return to work in Spain one of the hardest hit countries in South Korea though officials are warning all the progress made so far in fighting covert nineteen could erode if restrictions are eased too quickly this is ABC news that's right we're gonna be talking about that people should be checking their bank accounts today is today well it started over the weekend then doesn't go on for the whole week and that okay yeah and it should roll out this week so if you haven't already received your stimulus funding and if you're eligible should come this week mainly direct deposit right out yeah for those who have direct deposit they're gonna get it quick as okay let's get out of the road right now and see I was wrong good morning doing well this report is brought to you by discover we do have one issue up in pleasant Grove so this is on top brewer road between Jackson and brewer understand we have a car fire they're short on details this points each me is just been dispatched to go there that gives you an idea how recent this is otherwise you're super commuters headed out to the bay area via southbound I. five two of five in five eighty very nice drive all the way down to Stockton in the later on to two oh five right through Tracy on the five eighty all the way up over the Altamont pass in the Livermore and be gone get your free credit score card today even if you're not a discover customer it includes your bike credit score and checking your score card won't hurt your credit learn more discover.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nineteen Cape because Amanda Carroll joining us now with what she found out good morning Amanda what did you find out good morning well I spoke with Dr Allison Brashear she's the dean of the school of medicine at UC Davis she says they are testing to drugs first one is sponsored by an H. and it's called reinvested beer it is a drug that was originally developed for Ebola and sars and the second drug is solidified and it is a drug that was originally developed for rheumatoid arthritis so if you were six and you think you have Kobe day teen you want to be a part of this research trial there's a couple things you can do to sign up first of all the doctor says you call your doctor she says and they have a test for you well Amanda tests are so hard to come by right now house UC Davis get around this that's a good question actually have their own test they had a meeting of the minds of per share explains UC Davis got together scientists clinicians and laboratory positions all in one conference room within one hour they had an idea two weeks later the quick test is now up and running and they can do two hundred tests a day now and get quick results within three hours of because they have their own lab I'm interested in it in medicine right now I've never seen anything like this in all my years of medicine this pandemic will forever change the way we take care of patients academic medicine is going to be a major contributor to getting on top of this on all fronts she says the guys who researches how they're going to win against this virus I would imagine just in an academic setting a loan not only this this obviously presents a whole bunch of new challenges but in terms of a learning tool this this is got to be an extraordinary time to be on the campus of UC Davis or any made major learning institution Amanda yes we spoke about that as well and she says this is a game changer even for their students it is for ever changing the way that they're able to treat patients because what they're learning from this it's been impressive how quickly they've been able to pull together this test I we started to you know airing that information I think last week and I thought where where are other all the other insurance companies on this or you know other medical systems on them well I mean right now the early numbers indicate the UC Davis is way out in front of particularly in the testing center and then we'll see how they're doing on the treatment side two ladies are all encouraging things and the big thing is they have their own lab so they can get those results right away okay Amanda Carroll thank you very much appreciate your time and good to hear that we have a a local medical institution that's come about from well you know in times like these you realize how lucky we are to have something like that around us really is all right let's get outside Dallas.

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Will be flown back home a bit on vaping now it's become such a problem at some local schools that they've added new police officer just to look for kids who are vaping cave because Amanda Carroll reports the brand new school resource officer is a new position in Roseville and it's funded through the tobacco tax officer in Marie Helen says her role is to have a presence on school campuses educate parents and teachers and stop this vaping epidemic expressed need that lot of times they don't even feel like you can go anywhere on campus meaning they'll go to use the restroom and once they go inside your thinking so they leave them and they don't feel comfortable on campus anymore so I feel like me being out there able to remake the can't feel if they have their campus back according to the twenty eighteen national youth tobacco survey three point six million kids are currently using E. cigarettes Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. back now to the latest on the corona virus the CDC is giving new advice for those who are more than sixty years old here's Kate because mark Mayfield reporting stock up on food and they stay home that's the word from the CDC for anybody who's over sixty older people are one of the groups most at risk for complications from the corona virus and the odds of getting sick increase with age the CDC says a virus is capable of spreading easily and while it's slowing in China it's picking up speed here in the United States more than six hundred are now infected and the CDC is warning nearly everybody will eventually be exposed so the advice for those over sixty is the having of groceries and medications on hand to stay inside for a while mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. care have you looked at your four oh one K. balance lately you've likely taken ahead KPK is ladonna Harvey has more don't go back to work and make sure and wash your hands president and CEO of commerce street holdings dory Wiley says the problem with seeing a downturn panicking is that you lock in losses in a market that's likely to recover your cell into a down market you bar lowered the sell high you don't sell low and buy high but our emotions tend to make us do the latter rather than the former and that holds well for institutions as well as individuals any systems institutional investors are driving the downturn he says this is a buying opportunity for investors would be judicious and he says allocate more into equities and think of long term returns not short blips ladonna Harvey news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. senator Chuck Schumer Democrat New York one of many Democrats criticizing president trump for how he's handled the corona virus outbreak critics say that Schumer and his colleagues are playing politics with the corona virus you can be the judge when you take a listen now to Schumer in our featured audio clip this hour here's what Schumer said on the floor of the U. S. Senate the federal government's initial response to the corona virus was slipshod at best is greatly hurt the country and it falls at the feet of the president the Buck stops with him now I know president trump will dismiss these criticisms and accused Democrats of playing politics that's what he always does when there's legitimate criticism because in president trump's world there's no such thing as a legitimate criticism of his administration I thought I would tell president trump we don't criticize your administration for the sake of it we criticize because we want the administration's response to get better do they really are they playing politics well I mean it both sides whoever is in power if there is a big crisis they get criticism for all whether it's Clinton or bush or Obama or whoever the opposite parties going to criticize them Republicans and Democrats always play politics especially in an election year right what is the saying don't waste a good crisis right to the end and you know to to come out and suggest otherwise is number one disingenuous and if if anybody thinks that we as the voters believe that I got some land to sell you well and it also was difficult in the crisis to critique the performance now a couple of years from now will be able to look back on this and say did the government handle it well or did they blasted up and on either side of the aisle if your criticism I'd like to hear what you would have done differently right what would you be doing right now what would you do differently because it's not just the United states struggling with this issue I'm right all over the world are trying to figure out how to contain this thing playing Monday morning quarterback is the easiest thing to do making that call when you're on the sideline as the coach at the time that the play is being made is the toughest thing to do right I will hear much more criticism I definitely just outside okay let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. if you from ABC news I'm hearing tested market futures pointing up this morning after the massive fall on Wall Street thanks to coronavirus fears the Dow losing over two thousand points Monday ABC chief business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis on Wall Street warning this is still a market that's very much on edge and very very driven by headlines and headlines related to the corona virus and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus hoping to stabilize the markets and the economy lawmakers are due at the White House today to talk about stimulus ideas resident says he wants to move forward on what he calls quote very substantial relief citing a payroll tax cuts we're also going to be talking about hourly wage earners getting help so that they can in a position where that I could never miss a paycheck Democrats have called for legislative action on paid sick leave so Americans can stay home from work if they're not feeling well and still get paid A. B. C.'s Karen Travers at the White House the new coronavirus no blame for over four thousand deaths worldwide all of Italy under lockdown maybe sees which Johnson says the spread leading dozens of schools and colleges including.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And San Francisco stocking up on cleaning items and food items KPK is Amanda Carroll spoke with shoppers at the cosco in Roseville it was crowded lines about ten cards deep which is somewhat normal for that location and shelves were well stocked Martin Rees from antelope seems to be more worried about his investments than getting sick I'm worried about it like five percent Allen physical level about getting sick and maybe fifty to sixty percent on a financial level about affecting my retirement potentially from Rockland says the scary part is every morning she turns on the TV and hears about the number of new cases and how many people have died we do our best wash your hands to tell my kids to wash their hands I mean that's all we can do everyone I spoke with was just going about their normal life while also probably making sure they're washing their hands a bit more Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. you know the top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the federal reserve slashing interest rates half a percentage point as corona virus fears mount fed chair Jerome Powell speaking minutes ago my colleagues and I took this action to help the U. S. economy keep strong in the face of new risks to the economic outlook since the announcement trading on Wall Street volatile with the doubt taking more than one hundred point swings between positive and negative territory before now sinking over five hundred fifty nine points the first rotavirus case now reported in Georgia a second in New York first responders sifting through the rubble left by violent tornadoes that ripped through the Nashville area early this morning officials say at least nineteen people were killed it's super Tuesday most crucial day so far yet the race for the White House voters going to the polls in fifteen contests a third of the delegates up for grabs four major candidates still in the race but it was former vice president Joe Biden it got the endorsements of three other former candidates on the eve of voting in.

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15 U.S. senators sign letter to Jeff Bezos demanding Amazon put worker safety ahead of profits

Tom Sullivan

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

15 U.S. senators sign letter to Jeff Bezos demanding Amazon put worker safety ahead of profits

"It's so nice when you can get your Amazon package delivered the same day but that feature and the holiday rush is causing a lot of injuries here in Sacramento at the fulfillment center in west sack last year the rate of serious injuries was sixteen point four for everyone hundred workers the industry average is for for everyone hundred senator Harris along with eleven other of our colleague sent a letter today to Amazon CEO Jeff Basil's demanding the company do something and put safety before profit the senators wrote we urge you to overhaul this profit at all costs culture your company and take immediate steps to insure and was on the managers treat your workers fairly and do not require them to risk their own health and safety in the course of doing their jobs Amazon said the reason injury rates are so high is that the company takes an aggressive stance on recording injuries no matter how big or how small Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In the cascading pool on the rear deck the controversial AV five law that change the gig economy in California is going national care PK's Amanda Carroll is with this with more and Amanda what is the drive to take this national the reason or something it's all about your taxes AB five change the classification of the independent contractor forcing companies that rely on them to give them benefits it was meant to protect uber lift drivers but it's because this ripple effect because many people their jobs talk with Ryan vat he's the CEO of boom they specialize in temporary healthcare workers he says one side says people want fair pay access to benefits the other side says freelancer should have the ability to choose where and when they want to work but really what it's about this your taxes behind the scenes you have the other item that's not talked about and that is the idea of taxation and if you classify people as employees that the government will be able to collect taxes more easily and possibly even more active than it currently able to collect in the game on a contact okay Amanda there it is the word taxes in there are those out there that suspected this is are are just a grab for more taxes correct yeah really feels like that when I talk to vet he says it's about employee miss classification this whole new bill a lot of people that are earning money under uber lift aren't filing their taxes correctly because a lot of people that are earning money Gramm left aren't necessarily filing taxes correctly in January Iraq actually came out with the gig economy portal on their website and it gives you very clear instructions as to whether or not your geek worker right a gig economy user like at a writer someone hiring an economy the irises put this tool together scene of deadly what's your response Billy are federally this call the proactive now on the national level it started last may by a Democrat from Virginia Bobby Scott it passed the house last week and now is moving on to the Senate so it heads to the Senate which is Republic Lee controlled so it would seem as though it it it's future in the Senate would be questionable at best right yes that's what he thinks but it is still hard to tell about this because it's not getting a lot of national attention so we don't have a lot of pull poll numbers on this but it will be interesting to watch all right Amanda thanks so much appreciate that very much you know here's what's interesting about the story Christine is that it is getting national play at a time in California we're still highly contentious right right it is and I mean there are efforts to get something on the ballot to overturn it and and even in the legislature currently they're going to be rolling out a number of asks initiatives in bill language to ease the implementation of because it is having a huge impact on people who say you know you have just taken away my ability to earn a living for myself well I mean we just saw the Oscars last night and how many writers from Hollywood were in Sacramento in the past couple of weeks saying that very same thing that you're killing my lightly alright so Loretta Gonzales the California assembly woman who came up with a V. five and and carry that bills that she wants to start talk talking to groups to find out okay what are your issues what do we need to do to ease the implementation of the law all right let's get outside now and take a look at traffic Brian noble standing by not seeing a lot of improvement this reports right by team Ford woodland eighty from Roseville nine minutes to the cap cities what the other night on the cap city freeway gets into downtown slowing down the one the eastbound side and so we have a disabled vehicle at expo blocking the left lane it is a slow down just as you approach the bridge if you're coming in from elk Grove on a high five it's thirty minutes to downtown ninety nine it's a sixteen minute drive and seeing some improvement on highway fifty westbound twenty seven minutes to downtown that earlier disable big rebel was blocking the number three lane is it anymore if you're coming in from woodland on I five twenty three minutes gets again if you're coming in from Davis sixteen minutes to downtown heavy traffic goes on the westbound side of eighty coming out of west sack all the way from west del Camino to little fast west capital in in the middle of it all on the bright van bridge got a fender Bender but it's over on the shoulder if you're looking for car truck lifted team Ford in woodland and they'll look after you team for his what Gramley store when a like a better deal course you would team Ford in historic downtown woodland just fifteen minutes north of the airport online it team Ford dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Brian nobles news ninety three point one K. if the gay lots of sunshine today breeze you'd rather warm with a high of sixty nine to seventy three than clear tonight lows in the low to mid forties funny of sunshine a pleasant tomorrow with a high of sixty eight to seventy two Wednesday mostly sunny with a high of sixty six to seventy.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Okay Sir thank you very much appreciate that time time now it's coming up on seven thirteen so this controversial new labor law in California and boy I'll tell you it's so contentious other people who want to turn it around and stop it and so on and so forth but believe it or not it could become the law of the land and we found that to be really interesting when I first crossed our desk right I mean there is that there is something that's moving through the Congress right now concerning this law and it's so far it's getting approval now whether or not it ever makes it to the president's desk and get someone who knows but the the motivation behind it is very interesting okay yeah well I know that our Amanda Carroll has been digging into that and she's going to join us live in three minutes to explain more than just the headline why is this happening the latest news is an audio clip from the news conference plus insight and perspective to the news go beyond the headlines and digs deeper on news ninety three point one K. of PK balance of nature changing the world one life at a time balance of nature has pushed me up and match or two I would say I was feeling fine right now I'm feeling even better so I am sure each contributed I actually lost two inches off my waist I'm really more energetic to balance out of bed in the morning for people at work have been sick and I haven't gotten anything so something's working something is definitely changing I think it's helping my immune system I really do don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and thirty five.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The support they receive can't be case Amanda Carroll explains same as asking P. Jeannie or for four billion dollars for reimbursement for all the assistance they gave to victims of the Butte fire in twenty fifteen the North Bay fire and said no but napa Mendis you know lake counties in twenty seventeen and the camp fire in twenty eighteen FEMA spokesman David pass he says if FIFA does not pay they may have to ask the victims themselves to pay up if survivors who received federal disaster assistance are compensated through the P. Jeannie claims process for the Supreme assistance we already provide then that's what's called a duplication of benefits and we would have to ask for when he turns money but only when a survivor's been paid twice for the six that he went on to say that female has been left out of the bankruptcy negotiations with P. Jeannie their lawyers will be at the next bankruptcy hearing in February asking for the reimbursement Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. K. the city of Sacramento is spending one point three million dollars on youth pop up events to keep kids out of trouble mayor Darrell Steinberg notes there has not been a youth homicide in the capital city in two years nor were there any significant fights at the city's Arden fair mall during the recent holiday season it's about the thing you can't prove the trouble that didn't occur as a result of young people having a safe place to be Tuesday's city council vote means the pop ups will continue through at least June of this year and mayor Steinberg says he's working to keep them permanently the recycling system in California could face big changes KP case Jordan Christmas explains California lawmakers are considering up in the in the states struggling bottling canned recycling program by requiring beverage distributors to create a new system to take back their own containers a Senate committee is set to consider the proposal today as part of a plan that would also add wine and liquor bottles to the program California is one of ten states where consumers must pay a five or ten cent deposit on the bottles and cans that they can redeem when they turn in those containers but about half of California's recycling centers have closed in recent years weaving consumers more likely to toss containers in the garbage the new program would force private companies to figure out how to handle recycling instead of the state Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has nothing but praise for California senator Kamilla Harris Biden says he would consider California senator Harris for anything she wants including vice president he also said she was qualified to be president Biden made those comments on the Sacramento bee's California nation podcast the former vice president later took to Twitter to call here is an incredible talent with unlimited potential at six thirty five here the top national stories and news ninety three point one K. of PKA.

Amanda Carroll
"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Time for the hand off from the KFBK afternoon news about Wall show and what's really special about this is that for the first time in nights were handing off the walls thank goodness we true here you'll have we have best of on a couple nights with yeah as I noted was the best of the best party on American radio right but then we also had Walter sterling on some nights how is the office the best of it was it was perfect well you know a seamless if I had worked if you if you read the viewer or the listener comments you know how the we went with this opportunity to thank the wonderful Terry Barbour and Amanda Carroll for their services yeah things like our rate were Medicare producing the show and Terry Barbour working the controls for us yes thank you yeah thank you just a nice to see you happy new year and all that stuff only twenty man and they really mean happy new year it's this coming year I thought so very good thing retail so nice to see you again it's good to be back with the show and tonight lots of the plate is always including phone calls we'll talk about vacations and some of the things that happened while I was gone that you know even when you're on vacation for over a few days and you're still as a talk show host you're still always you see see something you have to make sure that you talk about your always always you're always on I mean that so some of the things that I missed while I was on vacation that we've come a don Imus pope in purgatory binge watching TV in in a whole lot more it's the power wash.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This happened in Calabasas is one of several incidents over the past few weeks were hackers have gained entry into the system in some cases the suspects had made racist remarks or even talk to young children now ring says the customers should change their passwords when this happens but better yet they tell people use their two step authentication process now apparently some people don't want to go through the hassle of that but that will help to ensure that this will not happen to you there is a simple new way that the FCC hopes will make a big difference in preventing suicides KFBK is Amanda Carroll the FCC's approving a three digit suicide prevention hotline the new proposed nine eight eight hot line will direct callers to emergency services specifically targeted at suicide prevention Sam Britain from the Trevor project their national twenty four hour toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth says this would help during those dark days remembering a ten digit number was nearly impossible I felt that if there's a fire at ten nine one one and if there is going to be a mental health emergency call nine eight eight it will normalize it it will say that stuff like the street and merge and see we should be treating the Americans is that right attended a hot line already exists but the plan with the shorter hotline is to break the stigma against seeking out mental health resources now the number is not active yet the current suicide hotline still is it's eight hundred two seven three eighty two fifty five Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. all right let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. regular he's approved two articles of.

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"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"amanda carroll" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Latest round of power shut off the utility pulled the plug Wednesday proportions of eleven counties in the North Bay and the northern part of the Sacramento Valley as of last night P. Jeannie says virtually all of those people have their power back the utility says it is monitoring the next round of wins that could hit northern California on Sunday night but says they aren't currently planning on shutting off power this weekend those P. Jeannie power shut offs are frustrating northern California schools a cave BK's Amanda Carroll reports eight days of lost education so far because of power Pat Atkins superintendent of public pines elementary school district says this Wednesday he decided to cancel school because of the threat of a power outage for P. Jeannie but it was a false alarm very frustrating it's hard for us when they say we may we may we may lot of our families work down the hill have daycare down the hill it's not fair to them it's it's disruptive to the learning process they plan to file waivers with the state of California so they won't have to add extra make up days at the end of the year but they still have to go through winter in that area gets a lot of snow he says the district is also looking into purchasing generators for the future but that means less money to fund education Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. became president trump will not have to release his tax returns to get on the California ballot in twenty twenty the California Supreme Court struck down that new long yesterday it required presidential and gubernatorial candidates to release five years of return to qualify for the ballot state senator Shannon grow says this is a victory for Republican voters in the state where they tend to like the Democrats to suppress Republican voter turnout in the primary because if you read the legislation it only affected the primary the unanimous ruling by the court says the law signed by governor Newsome in July violates California's open primary process a California state senator wants to make it a crime to send unwanted nude photos to people online or in text messages cave be cake cave because Jordan Christmas explains exposing yourself on the street is a crime but the law is less clear when it happens online earlier this year Texas criminalize the digital act of sending unwanted nude.

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