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"amy holiday" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're having a good day, lots of things going on across the country and right here we're going to drill into as we work our way through the program. But first of all, yesterday was an extraordinary day. If you are a fan of justice, if you're a proponent for For all of the legitimate appropriate resource is being put together, assembled for the purpose of ensuring to the greatest extent possible that justice can be served. Then I hope you had a chance to see what took place yesterday because it was extraordinary. And I am I'm honored to have the person who frankly orchestrated all of this brought this. This exercise injustice together, joined the programme here with us this afternoon. None other than Anne Marie Schubert, my friend on the elected district attorney, Sacramento County. Counselor. Good afternoon. Thanks for making time Teo to join us on the program today. Always, sheriff. Thanks for having me truly truly appreciate what you have done and ah, As I look at the lay of the land in our contemporary times, I think to myself and I regret that there seems to be a dearth of leadership. And and what I saw yesterday was the culmination of extraordinary leadership frankly on your partner. I know you didn't act alone. You had colleagues at work with you. You had your staff investigators, law enforcement officers from all over the state, as some of whom I know you want to recognize individually. Nonetheless, this was this was absolutely incredible. I think for all of us have to have a chance to see the culmination of all these efforts on DH. You're to be applauded for it. So thank you. Thank you very much. Well, yeah, will correct record and say it was a massive team effort that incredible metal work by a lot of people that got us here and I understand, and I also I also know that that is very appropriate for you to Ah to explain it that way. Nonetheless, For many of us, we know that you did play a unique leadership role in this and that I think is to be commended. And how do you feel today? What? What? What's your assessment? Looking back on this now, with the benefit of hindsight and having actually had a chance to see. I think the epitome of justice when this guy this creep Had to sit up on that dies and can be confronted by the people whose lives he has so incredibly adversely affected. You know, I think having sat there, I mean, obviously, I knew the case well, but having sat through all of the statements of fact You know, I speak for myself, but I can only imagine predictions. I think it was overwhelming. At times. It was emotional. I think it was raw folks. I mean, there was a point in which that you know, one of my colleagues. Had to step out because it was just so overwhelming. I mean, I think at one point I texted one of my colleagues said, you know, It affected every aspect. Babies and toddlers, Children and teenagers and women and husbands and partners is just If the depravity came out through the factual basis, That's the bottom line. I don't think I don't think I learned anything from viewing this that I didn't already know. Frankly, but the the the The manner in which it's presented the impact of of seeing and hearing and otherwise observing it all put together at that point in time in that manner. Frankly, I thought it to be exhausting on and I think it was exhausting. I almost kind of felt like the end of it that the media was so worn out. They didn't have a lot of questions at the end, but it was. I think, everybody I mean, even talking to Sam Stanton. It's like it's overwhelming. And then you think about that the power I mean, you know, there were some moments in that proceeding when You know it very starting from the beginning when Klaus Snellings daughter stood up, and that started a movement really and then to see, you know when one of the victims couldn't be there, one of the very first rape victim's victim, and then all the rest of them stood for her. And then obviously the you know the kind of bombshell information that was released and Into the clapping that occurred and it was kind of like a take back the night moment. You know, it was really powerful. Yeah, I think the the depravity if you if you look at it night, I know your background well enough to know where you were when this guy was inflicting terror on this community. And and your life's work your life's mission. Teo, actually, if you could go back in time to where you were as a young teenage girl, Ah, And now at this point, if you could look forward and realize that you were going to be playing a critical role in this unknown at the time person being brought to justice, that's gotta be the accommodation of an incredible Professional life that you've got to feel very, very good about that. I am. I feel very passionate about DNA and cold cases. And I feel really blessed to some extent that I was You know, I got I got in this business of Vienna very early on in the mid nineties. I mean, you and I met long before this, but we met in 2000 when we tried to convene a meeting on this case, I'm sure you think you were the captain at the time. A lot of work done, and I cannot and you know, not Say to the world at this. This event was very well, you know, orchestrate, I guess you could say is the best plan. You know, I give a lot of credit to all the counties, all my colleagues that folks from my office Amy Holiday Chin ho and everybody from behind the scenes. It was You know it was the right then you at the right time, Because really the historic moment we're in and it was really something. I'll never forget you and I know that that Paul holes retired, now criminal investigator from the Contra Costa County D. A s office. Played a unique and unrelenting role in this and ah, actually, for the benefit the audience we wanted to include him and and another person whose it was involved in this for decades. In this conversation, David, given the nature of covert 19. We can't bring people together at this this juncture, so, but I think Paul's work is it speaks for itself for anybody who takes a look at it, But it's It's incredible. What he what he has done. And I know you also wanted to include Carol Daley, who back when you and I met on this back in the 2000 timeframe. It was actually my boss. She was the undersheriff of the time. And of course, she was a detective that responded Tio many of these initial scenes and stayed in touch contact with victims and and has been very, very relentless on this. Very relentless, very much impact that she's the epitome of public safety. And what we what we want in public safety people. But, you know, Paul holes I've known the guy for 20 years. I mean, this is how we met, but he is relentless. And he gets credit for the idea. And then I You know what? I what? I guess. You know, all all Trymon on is, you know It was a good group of people that were very persistent and put some people on it that you know, folks from my office, the FBI, Paul that, you know, we're very passionate genealogist. So you know, but it was big..

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Five of the Bay Area's new station, KCBS will have some fog and clouds around the coast this morning in temperatures in the fifties, the lower sixties. Good morning. I'm Dan Mitchinson. Here's what's happening. The man known as the Golden State Killer, was in court in Sacramento Monday afternoon and his case CBS's making, Goldsby tells us he pleaded guilty to more than a dozen murders. Former police officer Joseph James D'Angelo issued please for more than seven hours in a makeshift courtroom in a Sacramento state ballroom necessary because so many of the victims of their friends and family wanted to attend. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. The defendant would plead guilty to 13 counts of first degree murder, and in return, he will avoid the death penalty Judge Michael Bowman. It's anticipate that you will receive 11 consecutive life without the possibility of parole sentences. You understand that as well, sir. Yes, D'Angelo looked extremely frail, wearing an orange jumpsuit and a face shield. The idea with this plea is that so many victims and their family members are in their eighties and nineties now, and the pandemic had already delayed a jury trial. Even more family members of the murder victims have waited for decades for justice for their loved ones. Prosecutors from nine different California counties recounted his crimes in great detail, with D'Angelo admitting to each one in turn. The plea deal means he also pleaded guilty to 161 uncharged crimes, including rape, kidnapping and robbery, which had seen the statutes of limitation run out in Sacramento. Megan Goldsby KCBS coming up at 12 31 this morning, we're going to hear from the former Sacramento County sheriff on the haunting effects of this case and the efforts to catch the Golden State killer. Governor, Newsome is making more moves to stop the growing spread of covert 19 in California, including adding Solano County to the States Watch list. KCBS political reporter dug, Sovereign tells us, The governor warns there could be more closings coming. The numbers are deeply troubling, governor Newsome said of his daily covert briefing. Ah, 45% increase in positive tests over the last week. With the positivity rate nearing 6%. Now. Over the last two weeks, 43% more people have been hospitalized with covert 19 and the I. C U rate has gone up 37%. The pandemic is severe in Los Angeles in Riverside and Imperial counties. He's shutting down bars in seven counties and adding four more counties to the state monitoring list, including Solano. Now 72% of Californians live in a county on that watch list. But Newsome is still not ready to take statewide action approach is a dimmer switch, and that approach is different. In each county in Solano County. There's a large outbreak among farm workers who go to Napa and Sonoma to work in the vineyards and an ongoing surge of cases among people have been gathering for family or social events on the weekends without wearing masks or social distancing. The governor warned. There could be more enforcement in the offing. And he's considering much tougher things than just closing bar make some determinations as relates to augmenting the orders and advancing. Perhaps Even more restrictive ones as may be necessary. He also said he's working overtime on getting inmates out of harm's way at San Quentin were over. 1000 people have been infected now, but he doesn't want to release inmates who have nowhere safe to go Doug Sovereign case CBS. Meanwhile, the governor has signed the California state budget. It closes in nearly 54 a half $1,000,000,000 deficit. The 200 to $1,000,000,000 spending plan. Temporarily raises taxes on businesses pulls heavily from the state's primary savings account and cuts more than $11 billion from state programs. Governor calls the budget responsible in the face of the pandemic. You can read more about it at KCBS radio dot com Just ahead on KCBS Day by day Are we really starting to understand why be Corona virus is spreading so quickly? Look, for some answers coming up in about two minutes..

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here's what's happening. Oh, there's no longer any doubt as to the identity of the Golden State killer who terrorized California from 1974 to 1986 K. CBS's Megan Goals. We report from Sacramento, where the suspect today pleaded guilty, thereby sparing himself from the death penalty. Joseph James D'Angelo, a former police officer, spending the day in a makeshift courtroom on the campus of Sacramento State, pleading guilty to more than a dozen murders from around the state. They're prosecutors here from nine counties, each detail ing the murders and sexual assaults before Judge Michael Baumann ask D'Angelo for his plea when you unlawfully and with malice aforethought. Murdered Charlene Smith, which occurred on or about March 13th. 1980 a violation of penal code Section 1 87 print a murder in the first degree. How do you plead? The D'Angelo looking frail in an orange jumpsuit and plastic visor by pleading guilty to these 13 murders, he avoids the death penalty and families of the victims avoid a long drawn out trial, which already saw it start deep postponed by the pandemic. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. Many of these people All all deeply affected by these crimes may not be with us at the time of jury trial, some of whom are expected to speak later today. After the proceedings, D'Angelo expected to be sentenced to 11 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole in Sacramento. Megan Goldsby KCBS a federal grand jury indicted a 32 year old Air Force sergeant for murder and attempted murder in connection with an extremist. Anti government group called the Boogaloo Movement. Steven Corio appeared virtually from the Santa Rita jail in Dublin this morning to hear the charges. He did not enter a plea. Korea was accused of spraying bullets across a guard shack on May 29th in front of the Dellums federal building in Oakland, killing Ah Federal security guard and wounding another. A week later, Korea was accused of ambushing Santa Cruz County deputies. The Corona virus pandemic is trending in the wrong direction In most of California, KCBS has dug, sovereign, says Governor Newsome is warning There could be stricter measures coming soon, Governor Newsome seemed grimace. He rattled off the alarming numbers positive cases, up 45% statewide. In the last week. Hospitalizations in ICU case is spiking. The rate of positive tests approaching 6%. Now Solano County has been added to the State Watch list list that covers 72% of California's population, the governor said The unchecked spread of the virus is why he's shutting down bars and seven counties and why we're seeing more counties paws. They're reopening. We don't like the trend line. That's why again. This mandatory mask requirement is in effect, and that's why unfortunately, we're using this dim, dimmer switch to start to pull back on the stay at home. Order, the governor said Over 1000 people are infected at San Quentin, now, most of them inmates, And while he's scrambling to release eligible inmates early to reduce the spread, that is easier said than done. Do you make a A bad situation worse. By releasing someone that's not ready to be released because they don't have a place to stay, which has been true of 2/3 of those eligible. While he's still taking a county by county approach, the governor warned. He has much stricter measures under consideration and they could be coming soon if things don't improve. Doug Sovereign. KCBS KCBS is Carrie, who dissect reports Contra Costa County is scaling back on the reopening of bars, gyms and other businesses. Contra Costa County is announcing it will pause its next reopening phase due to a rise in covert 19 cases. Kima Carl with Contra Costa Health Services says bars fitness centers, indoor dining museums and other leisure activities that were scheduled to reopen this Wednesday are now being told to remain closed. We don't want to take any chances, the county seven days Average number of Corona virus patients in hospitals has increased by 75% since June 15th. Carl says the biggest concern is in places like Richmond and Antioch. Folks in our historically underrepresented communities are the most impacted. They're being tested the least and they the positive numbers are the highest more young people are also testing positive. Officials say they won't move forward with their reopening plans until they see at least a week of stable case numbers, indicating the spread of the virus has slowed. What we really want to see is that this third really flatten. The delay comes a day after Governor Gavin Newsom recommended Contra Costa and several other counties in the state, not reopen bars. In Walnut Creek. Carrie had a SEC. Casey B. Alameda County also is temporarily pausing the reopening plans as our San Francisco and Marin coming up on KCBS. I'm Kathy Novak. It's been found to shorten the hospital stays for covert patients. How much will a rendez severe treatment costs? It's 11 08 and Victor Zaragosa joins us this hour with a look at KCBS traffic..

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gina Grad from the 24 hour news room L. A county Sheriff. Villanueva says more than half of the proposed county layoffs will come from his department, the sheriff says. The county CEO recommends eliminating the Special victims Bureau, gang investigations and the fraud and cyber crimes Bureau. Vienna Waves says he's expecting a $145 million shortfall. On top of the 400 million he says won't be funded next fiscal year, he says the major crimes Bureau is also in jeopardy. I guess on the bright side if I'm going to be sarcastic, is it A spirit Homicide bureau. So if you're dead, you're all right. But if you're not did well, too bad that is a message from the Board of Supervisors. That's a message from the CEO's office. And that's unacceptable. At the Hall of Justice. Steve Gregory can fi knows this apart. Brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber. The case of the Golden State killer has ended with a plea deal. He was also known as the East Area. Rapists in the Vise Alia ransack er and over more than a dozen years committed a frenzy of violent crime that left in the imprint on eight counties. Sacramento County Prosecutor Amy Holiday says the 45 year old saga has come to a close. The defendant, Joseph D'Angelo, will enter a guilty plea to all charged counts. Prosecutor 10. Ho says that after D'Angelo was arrested, he was caught talking to himself. I did all those things I've destroyed all their lives, so now I gotta pay the price. The price will be 11 consecutive life sentences but no death penalty that was taken off the table for the plea deal. Chris and Carl. Okay, fine. News Cove in 19 has disproportionately hit low income Latino communities in Anaheim and Santa Anna. If you're able to work from home, you're less likely to have you see I public health director Dr Bernadette Boden Abuela says The cities are densely packed with essential workers who live in overcrowded housing and can't take time off. The lowest income groups received the same number of tests as the intermediate groups but results in many more positive tests. The county says Latinos make up 72% of cases and and Time in 89% of cases in Santa Ana health officials have announced plans for ramped up testing, contact. Tracing and education outreach in Orange County, Corbin Carson Ko Phi News or weather patterns slowly changes this week with the gradual warm up into the holiday weekend. I'll have a short lived marine layer Tuesday morning, bringing overcast skies and a cool feel in the sixties. It's stunning tomorrow afternoon, with Newport Beach warming to 72 degrees, Los Angeles, 78 Riverside climbing to 85 degrees. Stephanie Honest NBC For Right now, it's 63 in Tustin, 63 in Newport Beach, 62 in Torrance. And 63 in Encino. We lead local from the CAF I 24 hour news room. I'm Gina grad. It's full.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"From Peter Scofield coming up in a few minutes at 10 0 wait. Meanwhile, the man known as the Golden State Killer, was in court in Sacramento this afternoon, and his KCBS reporter Megan Goldsby tells us he pleaded guilty to more than a dozen murders. Former police officer Joseph James D'Angelo issued please for more than seven hours in a makeshift courtroom in a Sacramento state ballroom. Necessary because so many of the victims of their friends and family wanted to attend. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. The defendant would plead guilty. 13 counts of first degree murder, and in return, he will avoid the death penalty Judge Michael Bowman. It's anticipate that you will receive 11 consecutive life without the possibility of parole sentences. You understand that as well, sir. Yes, D'Angelo looked extremely frail, wearing an orange jumpsuit and a face shield. The idea with this plea is that so many victims and their family members are in their eighties and nineties now, and the pandemic had already delayed a jury trial. Even more family members of the murder victims have waited for decades for justice for their loved ones. Prosecutors from nine different California counties recounted his crimes in great detail, with D'Angelo admitting to each one in turn. The plea deal means he also pleaded guilty to 161 uncharged crimes, including rape, kidnapping and robbery, which had seen the statutes of limitation run out in Sacramento. Megan Gold Speak KCBS. You can read more about this story right now at KCBS radio dot com. Governor Newsome is making more moves to stop the alarming spread of covert 19 here in California, including adding Solano County to the States Watch list. Hey, CBS Political reporter Dog Sovereign tells us, the governor warns there could be more enforcement coming. As California's Corona virus numbers continue to move in the wrong direction. The numbers are deeply troubling, governor Newsome said of his daily covert briefing. Ah, 45% increase in positive tests over the last week, with the positivity rate nearing 6% now. Over the last two weeks, 43% more people have been hospitalized with covert 19 and the I. C U rate has gone up 37%. The pandemic is severe in Los Angeles and Riverside and Imperial counties. He's shutting down bars and seven counties and adding four more counties to the state monitoring list, including Solano, Now 72% of Californians live in a county on that watch list. But Newsome is still not ready to take statewide action approach is a dimmer switch, and that approach is different in each county In Solano County, there's a large outbreak among farm workers who go to Napa and Sonoma to work in the vineyards and an ongoing surge of cases among people have been gathering for family or social events on the weekends without wearing masks or social distancing. The governor warned. There could be more enforcement in the offing. And he's considering much tougher things than just closing bar make some determinations as relates to augmenting the.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We'll have fog back coast overnights and cloud cover to lows in the fifties and sixties. Anything. I'm Dan Mitchinson. Here's what's happening. There is no longer any doubt as to the identity of the Golden State killer. KCBS is making Goldsby reports tonight from Sacramento. Joseph James D'Angelo, a former police officer, spending the day in a makeshift courtroom on the campus of Sacramento State, pleading guilty to more than a dozen murders from around the state. Prosecutors here from nine counties, each detail ing the murders and sexual assaults before Judge Michael Baumann asked Angelo for his plea when you unlawfully and with malice aforethought Murdered Charlene Smith, which occurred on or about March 13th. 1980 a violation of penal code Section 1 87 print a murder in the first degree. How do you plead? The D'Angelo looking frail in an orange jumpsuit and plastic visor by pleading guilty to these 13 murders, he avoids the death penalty and families of the victims avoid a long drawn out trial, which already saw it start deep postponed by the pandemic. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. Many of these people All deeply affected by these crimes may not be with us at the time of jury trial, some of whom are expected to speak later today. After the proceedings, D'Angelo expected to be sentenced to 11 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole in Sacramento. Megan Gold Speak KCBS. The Corona virus pandemic is trending in the wrong direction and most of California now with Solano County, the latest Bay Area added to the state Kovach 19 Watch list. Hey, CBS Political reporter dug, Sovereign tells us tonight, Governor Newsome is warning that there could be stricter measures coming soon to control the spread of this disease. Governor Newsome seemed grimace. He rattled off the alarming numbers positive cases, up 45% statewide. In the last week. Hospitalizations in I C U cases, spiking the rate of positive tests approaching 6% now. Solano County has been added to the State Watch list list that covers 72% of California's population, the governor said The unchecked spread of the virus is why he's shutting down bars and seven counties and why we're seeing more counties paws. They're reopening. We don't like the trend line. That's why again. This mandatory mask requirement is in effect, and that's why unfortunately, we're using this Dima dimmer switch to start to pull back on the stay at home. Order, the governor said Over 1000 people are infected at San Quentin, now, most of them inmates, And while he's scrambling to release eligible inmates early to reduce the spread, that is easier said than done. Do you make a A bad situation worse. By releasing someone that's not ready to be released because they don't have a place to stay, which has been true of 2/3 of those eligible. While he's still taking a county by county approach, the governor warned. He has much stricter measures under consideration and they could be coming soon if things don't improve. Doug Sovereign KCBS by the way, Governor Newsome also tonight releasing the state's budget. We have this story and break down for you right now. KCBS radio dot com Contra Costa County is scaling back on the re opening of bars, gyms and other businesses. This week. KCBS is Carrie, who dissect explains why Contra Costa County is announcing it will pause its next re opening phase due to a rise in covert 19 cases. Him. The Carl with Contra Costa Health Services says bars, fitness centers, indoor dining museums and other leisure activities that were scheduled to reopen this Wednesday are now being told to remain closed. We don't want to take any chance of the county, seven day average number of Corona virus patients in hospitals has increased by 75% since June 15th. Carl says the biggest concern is in places like Richmond and Antioch spokes in our historically underrepresented communities are the most impacted. They're being tested the least and they positive numbers are the highest more young people are also testing positive. Officials say they won't move forward with their reopening plans until they see at least a week of stable case numbers. Indicating the spread of the virus has slowed. What we really want to see is that this surge really flatten. The delay.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:58 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on AP News

"Your current phones. T Mobile will pay them off up to $450 each t mobile dot com to find out how to save up to 50%. $250 a virtual prepaid card for eligible device payoff about 15 days. Those plans may have to change. There's another delay and re opening for the nation's largest movie chain. AMC has pushed back its timetable for reopening its theatres. The latest plan was to have them accepting movie goers again in mid July. But now the reopen date has been pushed back to July 30th. That plan only applies to 450 of AM sees locations in the United States. The other 150 will reopen the following week. No specific reason was given by AMC. But it really didn't have to. Because of two factors were all aware ofthe one. There's been a spike in the number of new Corona virus cases in several states and Hollywood studios have pulled the last two big movies of the summer from their July release dates. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. Democrats have pushed through an election your package expandable Blalock air coverage through the house. It was a political statement, though, as millions lose their companies sponsored health care during the pandemic. The legislation is doomed by opposition in the Senate and the White House. Jacksonville, Florida will now require people to wear masks in public. It's because of the spiking number of virus cases in Florida, but Jacksonville is where President Trump is scheduled to accept the Republican nomination for his re election bid. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says there's nothing wrong with wearing a mask wearing simple face coverings is not about protecting ourselves is about protecting everyone we encounter. At least 285 American Children have developed a serious inflammatory condition linked to the Corona virus. Two new studies look at the multi Symptom Inflammatory syndrome, which is affected about 1000 Children worldwide. It's not known if this condition has any long term effects. Abortion opponents are disappointed by the Supreme Court's 54 decision to strike down a Louisiana law to limit access for liberal justices were joined by Chief Justice John Roberts in ruling the Louisiana law violates the landmark Roe vs Wade decision. It requires doctors who perform abortions. In Louisiana to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. This is virtually identical to a law in Texas that the Supreme Court struck down in 2016. And Donahue Washington. The White House says President Trump wasn't briefed on US intelligence assessments. About Russia, offering bounties to tell a ban linked fighters to kill US troops in Afghanistan. It says The assessments were never verified. But Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark finds the White House response muted. Where is the outrage from him? That he didn't know about this stocks were hired today. This is AP News. The Corona virus is keeping the curtain down on Broadway. 76 from Boat Parade. Hugh Jackman stepping into the role Robert Preston made famous in the music Man will have to wait. Broadway will not reopen until at least early January. The music man was supposed to open in the fall but will open next May. Several shows such as a revival of the play. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Will not return. Even when Broadway reopens. More than 15 million people attended Broadway shows last season with the box office gross of $1.8 billion. Margie Szaroleta police in Louisiana, We're able to really in a man who was captured on video swimming through a fish tank at a bass pro shops store. Kevin Wise told local media that he plunged into the giant tank to make good on a tic tac dare, he says if he got 2000 likes he would jump into the tank. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute at least 285 Children in the United States have developed a serious inflammatory condition that's been linked to Copan, 19 2 studies published today providing the fullest picture yet of this ailment. Worldwide by the 1000 Children have been affected during the pandemic. A U. S senator from the hard hit state of Texas is calling on federal health officials to change their approach to testing for covert 19 Republican John Cornyn says many people who don't feel sick are the ones who are spreading the virus lined the world. Would you go in for a test? You would have no indication that you had the virus or were potentially a risk for community spread or to most vulnerable residents and visitors to Florida on this Fourth of July weekend are going to see some changes. Beaches are being closed on the Atlantic coast to prevent the spread of the disease. Jacksonville will require people to wear a mask out in public. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. The White House says President Trump was not briefed on US intelligence assessments that Russia secretly offered bounties. For killing US troops in Afghanistan. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the assessments weren't verified. The CIA director s a national security advisor and the chief of staff can all confirm another. The president nor the vice president were brief. But she admits the White House was briefing select members of Congress on the matter. The White House Corona virus Taskforce mentioned that the drug from death severe was helpful in treating Cove in 19 patients. Guess how much it's going to cost. Gilead Sciences says. A typical treatment course of Rendez severe will cost just over $2300 for people covered by government health programs in the U. S and other developed countries. 3100 for those with private insurance, Gilley had CEO tells the AP This is uncharted territory. Saga. Armajani Washington, A new survey finds most of Erica Nes are having trouble finding virus information they trust. The Pew Research Center says only three in 10 trust the White House to give factual information and there's a whitening divide about the virus based on politics. Abortion opponents say that they're disappointed by the Supreme Court's 54 decision. That struck down a Louisiana law that would have curbed abortion access. The suspect accused of being California's notorious Golden State killer, has pleaded guilty in court. Joseph James D'Angelo had been a police officer who terrorize California in a string of break ins, rapes and murders. Prosecutor Amy Holiday the defendant would plead guilty. 13 counts of first degree murder. Officials in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, say there have been two shark attacks unseals, It prompts a warning for beachgoers Stocks rally today after choppy trading, The Dow added 580 points. This is AP News. Minneapolis judges warning that he's likely to move away the trials of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd. That's if public officials, attorneys and family members don't stop speaking out publicly against the case. The government of Iran is seeking the arrest of US President Donald Trump, A local prosecutor says Iran has issued an arrest warrant on his arse doing Interpol for help in detaining Donald Trump on dozens of others it believes carried out the drone hit that killed an Iranian general in Baghdad. The official says Trump on the other's face murder and terrorism charges over the January 3 strike. While Trump faces no danger of arrest. The charges underscore the heightened tensions between Iran and the US I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Hi Jackie Quinn. AP News Corona Virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News MINUTE Gilead Sciences is announcing its price tag for its realm. Death severe drug listed as a treatment for easing Cove in 19.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:09 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on AP News

"The other 150 will reopen the following week. No specific reason was given by AMC. But it really didn't have to. Because of two factors were all aware ofthe one. There's been a spike in the number of new Corona virus cases in several states and Hollywood studios have pulled the last two big movies of the summer from their July release dates. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. Democrats have pushed through an election year package expandable Blalock air coverage through the House. It was a political statement, though, as millions lose their companies sponsored health care during the pandemic. The legislation is doomed by opposition in the Senate and the White House. Jacksonville, Florida will now require people to wear masks in public. It's because of the spiking number of virus cases in Florida, but Jacksonville is where President Trump is scheduled to accept the Republican nomination for his re election bid. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says there's nothing wrong with wearing a mask wearing simple face coverings is not about protecting ourselves is about protecting everyone we encounter. At least 285 American Children have developed a serious inflammatory condition linked to the Corona virus. Two new studies look at the multi Symptom Inflammatory syndrome, which is affected about 1000 Children worldwide. It's not known if this condition has any long term effects. Abortion opponents are disappointed by the Supreme Court's 54 decision to strike down a Louisiana law to limit access for liberal justices were joined by Chief Justice John Roberts in ruling the Louisiana law violates the landmark Roe vs Wade decision. It requires doctors who perform abortions. In Louisiana to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. This is virtually identical to a law in Texas that the Supreme Court struck down in 2016. And Donahue Washington, the White House says. President Trump wasn't briefed on US intelligence assessments about Russia, offering bounties to tell a band linked fighters to kill US troops in Afghanistan. It says The assessments were never verified. But Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark finds the White House response muted. Where is the outrage from him? That he didn't know about this Stax were hired today. This is AP News. The Corona virus is keeping the curtain down on Broadway. 76 from Boat Parade. Hugh Jackman stepping into the role Robert Preston made famous in the music Man will have to wait. Broadway will not reopen until at least early January. The music man was supposed to open in the fall but will open next May. Several shows such as a revival of the play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Will not return. Even when Broadway reopens. More than 15 million people attended Broadway shows last season with the box office gross of $1.8 billion. Margins are Aleta. Police in Louisiana. We're able to really in a man who was captured on video swimming through a fish tank at a bass pro shops store. Kevin Wise toe local media that he plunged into the giant tank to make good on a tic tac dare He says. If he got 2000 likes he would jump into the tank. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News CORONA VIRUS Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News MINUTE At least 285 Children in the United States have developed a serious inflammatory condition that's been linked to Copan, 19 2 studies published today providing the fullest picture yet of this ailment worldwide by the 1000 Children have been affected during the pandemic. A U S senator from the hard hit state of Texas. Is calling on federal health officials to change their approach to testing for covert 19 Republican John Cornyn says many people who don't feel sick are the ones who are spreading the virus line the world would you go in for a test? You would have no indication that you had the virus or were potentially a risk for community spread or to most vulnerable residents and visitors to Florida on this Fourth of July weekend are going to see some changes. Beaches are being closed on the Atlantic coast to prevent the spread of the disease. Jacksonville will require people to wear a mask out in public. I'm Jackie Quinn. A P D. Was I'm Jackie Quinn. The White House says President Trump was not briefed on US intelligence assessments that Russia secretly offered bounties for killing US troops in Afghanistan. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the assessments weren't verified. The CIA director, an essay National security advisor and the chief of staff can all confirm another. The president nor the vice president were brief. But she admits the White House was briefing select members of Congress on the matter. The White House Corona virus Taskforce mentioned that the drug from death severe was helpful in treating Cove in 19 patients. Guess how much it's going to cost. Gilead Sciences says A typical treatment course of rendez severe will cost just over $2300. Four people covered by government health programs in the U. S and other developed countries. 3100 for those with private insurance, Gilead CEO tells the AP This is uncharted territory saga. Armajani Washington A new survey finds most Americans are having trouble finding virus information they trust The Pew Research Center says only three in 10 trust the White House to give factual information and there's a whitening divide about the virus based on politics. Abortion opponents say that they're disappointed by the Supreme Court's 54 decision that struck down a Louisiana law that would have curbed abortion access. The suspect accused of being California's notorious Golden State killer, has pleaded guilty in court. Joseph James D'Angelo had been a police officer who terrorize California in a string of break ins, rapes and murders. Prosecutor Amy Holiday the defendant would plead guilty. 13 counts of first degree murder. Officials in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, say there have been two shark attacks unseals, It prompts a warning for beachgoers Stocks rally today after choppy trading, The Dow added 580 points. This is AP News. Minneapolis judges warning that he's likely to move away the trials of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd. That's if public officials, attorneys and family members don't stop speaking out publicly against the case. The government of Iran is seeking the arrest of US President Donald Trump, A local prosecutor says Iran has issued an arrest warrant on his ass in Interpol for help in detaining Donald Trump on dozens of others it believes carried out the drone hit that killed an Iranian general in Baghdad. The official says Trump on the other's face murder and terrorism charges over the January 3 strike. While Trump faces no danger of arrest. The charges underscore the heightened tensions between Iran and the US I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Hi Jackie Quinn. AP News Corona Virus.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of about $12,000 in hospital costs per patient, but access to medicines Director at Public Citizen Peter May Bardugo Says a full treatment course should only cost around $300. U. S government has paid $70 million to develop the drug American people in federal scientists have been involved in every stage of its development. We even co own the patent, it should be widely manufactured and lively, affordable, he says. The U. S government should have negotiated a lower price leaders are willing to stand up to the drug companies. Even during the pandemic. We simply have to change that before the time comes Fine rollout effects. Gilead has not responded to KCBS request for comment. Kathy Novak KCBS. Meanwhile, Contra Costa County is delaying the reopening of some businesses and activities because of arise and Corona virus cases. We continue our team coverage tonight with KCBS is Carrie, who did get used to those at home workouts. Contra Costa County, announcing it will scale back its reopening timeline, meaning fitness centers, bars, indoor dining, museums, hotels and other leisure activities that were scheduled to reopen this Wednesday are now the I'm told to remain closed. Kima Carl with Contra Costa Health Services, says the delay is due to a sharp rise in covert 19 hospitalizations. What we're really seeing is that the percentage of positive has coming back is going up quickly. The seven day average number of covert 19 patients in hospitals in the county has increased by 75% since June 15th. And more young people are testing positive. Carl says They won't move forward with the reopening plan until they see at least a week of stable case numbers. We don't anticipate that we're going to back off any of the things that are open. And we don't anticipate that we're going to see numbers go down. What we really want to see Is that disk surge really flatten Governor Gavin Newsom has already recommended Contra Costa and several other counties in the state not reopen bars in Walnut Creek Carry. Who'd a SEC? KCBS. The man known as the Golden State Killer, was in court in Sacramento this afternoon and his case, CBS reporter Megan Gold Speed tells us he pleaded guilty to more than a dozen murders. Former police Officer Joseph James D'Angelo issued please for more than seven hours. In a makeshift courtroom in a Sacramento state ballroom necessary because so many of the victims or their friends and family wanted to attend. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. The defendant would plead guilty. 13 counts of first degree murder, and in return, he will avoid the death penalty Judge Michael Bowman. It's anticipated that you will receive 11 consecutive life without the possibility of parole sentences. You understand that as well, sir. Yes, D'Angelo looked extremely frail, wearing an orange jumpsuit and a face shield. The idea with this plea is that so many victims and their family members are in their eighties and nineties now, and the pandemic had already delayed a jury trial. Even more family members of the murder victims have waited for decades for justice for their loved ones. Prosecutors from nine different California counties recounted his crimes in great detail, with D'Angelo admitting to each one in turn. The plea deal means he also pleaded guilty to 161 uncharged crimes, including rape, kidnapping and robbery, which had seen the statutes of limitation run out in Sacramento. Megan Goldsby KCBS We have more coverage right now on KCBS radio dot com and just ahead tonight on KCBS. I'm Melissa call Ross with another impact of the Raiders moved to Las Vegas. The.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on AP News

"Armajani Washington A new survey finds most Americans are having trouble finding virus information they trust The Pew Research Center says only three in 10 trust the White House to give factual information and there's a widening divide about the virus based on politics. Abortion opponents say that they're disappointed by the Supreme Court's 54 decision. That struck down a Louisiana law that would have curbed abortion access. The suspect accused of being California's notorious Golden State killer, has pleaded guilty in court. Joseph James D'Angelo had been a police officer who terrorize California in a string of break ins, rapes and murders. Prosecutor Amy Holiday the defendant would plead guilty to 13 counts of first degree murder. Officials in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, say there have been two shark attacks on seals. It prompts a warning for beachgoers Stocks rally today After choppy trading, The Dow added 580 points. This is AP News. Minneapolis judges warning that he's likely to move away the trials of the four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd. That's if public officials, attorneys and family members don't stop speaking out publicly against the case. The government of Iran is seeking the arrest of US President Donald Trump, A local prosecutor says Iran has issued an arrest warrant on his ass in Interpol for help in detaining Donald Trump on dozens of others it believes carried out the drone hit that killed an Iranian general in Baghdad. The official says Trump on the other's face murder and terrorism charges over the January 3 strike. While Trump faces no danger of arrest. The charges underscore the heightened tensions between Iran and the US I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Hi Jackie Quinn. AP News Corona Virus Update. I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News.

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Los Angeles - Golden State Killer pleads guilty

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles - Golden State Killer pleads guilty

"Accused of being California's notorious Golden State killer, has pleaded guilty in court. Joseph James D'Angelo had been a police officer who terrorize California in a string of break ins, rapes and murders. Prosecutor Amy Holiday the defendant would plead guilty to 13 counts of first degree murder.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's 603 of the Bay Area's news station KCBS. Another sunny day Temperatures in the same range is today before cool down. Good afternoon. I'm Patty rising along with Jeff Bell. Here's what's happening. Daddy. The man known as the Golden State Killer, was in court in Sacramento today and ask a CBS reporter making gold speed reports. He pleaded guilty to more than a dozen murders. Former police officer Joseph James D'Angelo began pleading guilty to each of those murders this morning. It is a long process because there are so many of them. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. The defendant would plead guilty to 13 counts of first degree murder, and in return, he will avoid the death penalty Judge Michael Bellman. It's anticipated that you will receive 11 consecutive life without the possibility of parole sentences. Additional time for weapon enhancements will be imposed as mandated by law. You understand that as well, sir. Yes, D'Angelo, looking extremely frail, wearing an orange jumpsuit and a face shield. The idea with this plea is that many family members of the 13 people killed are in their eighties and even nineties now, and the pandemic had already delayed a jury trial even more. The family members of the murder victims have waited for decades for justice for their loved ones. The guilty pleas extending into the afternoon with prosecutors from nine different California counties, recounting his crimes. And DeAngelo saying Guilty in Sacramento. Megan Goldsby KCBS federal grand jury has indicted a 32 year old Air Force sergeant for murder and attempted murder in connection with an extremist anti government group called the Boogaloo Movement. Stephen Korea appeared over video from the Santa Rita jail this morning to hear the charges read to him. He did not enter a plea. Cario is accused of spraying bullets across a guard shack May 29th in front of the Dellums federal building in Oakland, killing a federal security guard and wounding another. A week later, Korea allegedly ambush sheriff's deputies in Santa Cruz County Governor Newsome is making Maura moves to stop the alarming spread of covert 19 in California, including adding Solano County to the States Watch list. KCBS political reporter dug, Sovereign says the governor warns that there could be mohr enforcement coming is California Corona virus cases continue to move in the wrong direction? The numbers are deeply troubling, governor Newsome said of his daily covert briefing. A 45% increase in positive tests over the last week, with the positivity rate nearing 6% now. Over the last two weeks, 43% more people have been hospitalized with covert 19 and the I. C U rate has gone up 37%. The pandemic is severe in Los Angeles and Riverside, an imperial counties. He's shutting down bars and seven counties and adding four more counties to the state monitoring list, including Solano. Now 72% of Californians living a county on that watch list. But Newsome is still not ready to take statewide action approach is a dimmer switch, and that approach is different in each county In Solano County, there's a large outbreak among farm workers who go to Napa, and so no model work in the vineyards and an ongoing surge of cases among people have been gathering for family or social events on the weekends. Without wearing masks or social distancing, the governor warned. There could be more enforcement in the offing. And he's considering much tougher things than just closing bar make some determinations as it relates to augmenting The orders and advancing perhaps even more restrictive ones as may be necessary. He also said he's working overtime on getting inmates out of harm's way at San Quentin were over. 1000 people have been infected now, but he doesn't want to release inmates who have nowhere safe to go Doug Sovereign KCBS along those lines, Contra Costa County is delaying the reopening of businesses and activities. Due to a rise in those cases. KCBS is Carrie, who dissects takes a closer look get used to those at home workouts. Contra Costa County, announcing it will scale back its reopening timeline, meaning fitness centers, bars, indoor dining, museums, hotels and other leisure activities that were scheduled to reopen this Wednesday are now being told to remain closed. Kima Carl with Contra Costa Health Services, says the delay is due to a sharp rise in covert 19 hospitalizations. What we're really seeing is that the percentage of positive has coming back. Is going up quickly. The seven day average number of covert 19 patients in hospitals in the county has increased by 75% since June 15th and more young people are testing positive. Carl says they won't move forward with the reopening plan until they see at least a week of stable case numbers. We don't anticipate that we're going to back off any of the things that are open and we don't anticipate that we're going to see numbers go down. What we really want to see is that this urge really flatten Governor Gavin Newsom has already recommended Contra Costa and several other counties in the state, not reopen bars. In Walnut Creek carry. Who'd a SEC KCBS. Come again to check on KCBS traffic,.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"James Bergner L. A City Councilman David Rue wants an outside unit to root out corruption in City Hall, who says there are city departments and investigate wrongdoing, But he wants a separate outside body to oversee the council. The councilman says he's gotten support from some of his colleagues when We wi I knew Corruption existed before I knew there were shady things happening. Bruce has given the recent arrests of Mitch Englander and Jose Huizar. He wouldn't be surprised if the FBI shows up again at City Hall. His motion goes before committee tomorrow at City Hall. Steve CORRECT ARY Ko Phi News. The case of the Golden State killer has ended with a plea deal. He was also known as the East Area. Rapists in the Vise Elia ransack er and over more than a dozen years committed a frenzy of violent crime that left in the imprint on eight counties. Sacramento County Prosecutor Amy Holiday says the 45 year old saga has come to a close. The defendant, Joseph D'Angelo, will enter a guilty plea to all charged counts. Prosecutor 10. Ho says that after D'Angelo was arrested, he was caught talking to himself. I did all those things I've destroyed all their lives, so now I gotta pay the price. The price will be 11 consecutive life sentences but no death penalty that was taken off the table for the plea deal. Chris and Carl. Okay, fine news. This has been an unprecedented An historic multi county Prosecution, Sacramento County D A and Marie Schubert says today was a good day for the people. She says D'Angelo was the bogeyman and is a really life Hannibal Lecter is a cruel, intelligent, sadistic serial killer. He is pure sociopath. He is a master manipulator. Schubert says it's been a long journey for justice. The Supreme Court has struck down along Louisiana regulating abortion clinics. Aaron Carter Ski says the court found the law requiring abortion doctors to have hospital admitting privileges violates the right announced in 1973 and Roe vs Wade In a 5 to 4 decision, the Supreme Court said the law was identical to a Texas law. The Supreme Court struck down four years ago. Chief Justice Roberts who dissented in the text, Case said precedent required the same result. The Louisiana law could have left the state with only one abortion clinic. Ah drug maker has been called out for a hefty price tag during the Cove in 19 pandemic from death Severe has been shown to shorten recovery time for those very sick with Corona virus. The maker of the drug Gilead Sciences has announced it will charge $2340. For a typical treatment course for people covered by government health programs in the U. S and other developed countries. Gilead says the price will be 3120 for people.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Patty Rising along with Jeff Bell. Here's what's happening. Daddy buries no longer any doubt as to the identity of the Golden State Killer. KCBS is Megan Goldsby reports from Sacramento. Joseph James D'Angelo, a former police officer, spending the day in a makeshift courtroom on the campus of Sacramento State. Pleading guilty to more than a dozen murders from around the state. They're prosecutors here from nine counties, each detail ing the murders and sexual assaults before Judge Michael Baumann ask D'Angelo for his plea when you unlawfully and with malice aforethought. Murdered Darling Smith, which occurred on or about March 13th 1980. Violation of penal code section 1 87 front a murder in the first degree. How do you plead? You know the D'Angelo looking frail in an orange jumpsuit and plastic visor by pleading guilty to these 13 murders. He avoids the death penalty and families of the victims avoid a long drawn out trial, which already saw it start date postponed by the pandemic. Amy Holiday is assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County. Many of these people all deeply affected by these crimes. May not be with us at the time of jury trial, some of whom are expected to speak later today. After the proceedings, D'Angelo expected to be sentenced to 11 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole. In Sacramento. Megan Gold Speak KCBS federal grand jury has indicted a 32 year old Air Force sergeant for murder and attempted murder in connection with an extremist anti government group called the Boogaloo Movement. Stephen Korea appeared over video from the Santa Rita jail this morning to hear the charges read to him. He did not enter a plea. Korea was accused of spraying bullets across a guard shack May 29th in front of the Dellums federal building in Oakland, killing a federal security guard and wounding another. A week later, Correa allegedly ambush sheriff's deputies in Santa Cruz County. The corona virus pandemic is trending in the wrong direction in most of California, now with Slaughter County. Latest Bay Area jurisdiction Added to the States Kobe 19 Watch list. PCBs political reporter Dag Sovereign, says Governor Newsome is warning there could be stricter measures coming soon to control the spread of the disease. Governor Newsome seemed grimace. He rattled off the alarming numbers positive cases, up 45% statewide in the last week. Hospitalizations in I C U cases spiking the rate of positive tests approaching 6%. Now Solano County has been added to the State Watch list list that covers 72% of California's population. Governor said The unchecked spread of the virus is why he's shutting down bars and seven counties and why we're seeing more counties paws. They're reopening. We don't like the trend line. That's why again. This mandatory mask requirement is in effect. That's why unfortunately, we're using this Dima dimmer switch to start to pull back on the stay at home order, the governor said Over 1000 people are infected at San Quentin, now, most of them inmates, And while he's scrambling to release eligible inmates early to reduce the spread, that is easier said than done. Do you make A bad situation worse. By releasing someone that's not ready to be released because they don't have a place to stay, which has been true of 2/3 of those eligible. While he's still taking a county by county approach, the governor warned. He has much stricter measures under consideration and they could be coming soon. If things don't improve Doug Sovereign KCBS while speaking of the county's Contra Costa County, scaling back on the reopening of bars, gyms and other businesses thiss week. More from our own. Carrie, who dissects Contra Costa County is announcing it will pause its next reopening phase due to a rise in covert 19 cases. Kima Coral with Contra Costa Health Services says bars fitness centers, indoor dining museums and other leisure activities that were scheduled to reopen this Wednesday are now being told to remain closed. We don't want to take any chances. The county seven day average number of Corona virus patients in hospitals has increased by 75% since June 15th. Carl says the biggest concern is in places like Richmond and Antioch. Folks in our historically underrepresented communities are the most impacted. They're being tested the least and they positive numbers are the highest more young people are also testing positive. Officials say they won't move forward with their reopening plans until they see at least a week of stable case numbers. Indicating the spread of the virus has slowed. What we really want to see is that this surge really flatten. The delay comes a day after Governor Gavin Newsom recommended Contra Costa and several other counties in the state not reopen bars in Walnut Creek carry EUROSEC KCBS just ahead on KCBS. I'm Melissa call Ross with another impact of the Raiders moved to Las Vegas. The loss of hundreds of Bay Area jobs. Hey, CBS News Time. Three Await less. We check in with Cam Vestal. You Kim or watching a brush fire in Concord that fires growing. It is growing. We're keeping a close watch on its in Concord, the impacting traffic on 6 80 This update is brought to you. By Chilton Auto body Fire crews now sounding a second alarm for one, possibly more than one grassfire very close to 6 80 in the conquered area, and no lanes are closed. Possibly maybe some acting Be on the right hand shoulder as you right before will pass road, but it's slow and stretches I can see especially North Bound 6 80 from the Walnut Creek interchange. You can see the smoke and that maybe the reason why traffic is going so slow people just slowing down to watch and try and figure out what is happening. So we'll keep a close watch on that, for sure. No other accidents in Contra Costa County to reports that's good. We've got big backups in Emeryville, a four car crash. Westbound Interstate A just before Ashby Avenue has been moved to the right hand shoulder, So all lanes are open. Still bumper to bumper westbound, though from Golden Gate Fields and sadly getting Bad news about this injury crash in Portola Valley.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Sunny, warm day Today our warmest temperatures, upper eighties and even a few low nineties. Good afternoon. I'm Susan Lee Taylor in for Rebecca Corral, and here's what's happening. Contra Costa County is delaying the reopening of some businesses and activities due to a rise in Corona virus cases. KCBS is Carrie, who dissect is live and joins us with the latest Susan. You get used to those at home workouts because indoor gyms are included on the list of Contra Costa County businesses that are now banned from reopening this week, Thie County announcing today it will scale back its timeline, meaning bars, indoor dining, fitness centers, museums, hotels and other indoor leisure activities that were scheduled to reopen. July 1st are now being told to remain closed, and county health officials say the delay is due to a sharp rise in covert 19 hospitalizations and community spread. And they say those businesses won't reopen until they see at least a week of stable case numbers indicating the spread of the virus has slowed. Officials are also saying today that the seven day average number of covert 19 patients in hospitals in the county Has increased by 75% since June 15th and that more young people are testing positive for the virus. Today's announcement comes a day after Governor Gavin Newsom recommended Contra Acosta and several other counties in the state not reopen bars. We'll hear more from a Contra Costa Health Services official coming up in a live interview at 12 20 here on KCBS. For now, Reporting live in Walnut Creek Carry. Who'd a SEC KCBS. The Koven 19 outbreak inside San Quentin Prison is getting worse, while state corrections officials have shut down a plan to start transferring inmates out of that overcrowded prison. The latest numbers show over 1000 active cases of covert 19 behind the walls of San Quentin. That's more than 920 of which have been reported just in the last two weeks. The new numbers mean roughly 1/3 of the inmates at San Quentin, are now known to be infected. The man known as the Golden State Killer is in court in Sacramento this afternoon and is KCBS Meghan Gold to be tells us in this live report, he's pleading guilty to more than a dozen murders. Susan former police officer, Joseph James D'Angelo began pleading guilty to each of those murders this morning. This is a long process because there are just so many of them. Amy Holiday assistant chief deputy district attorney for Sacramento County, the defendant would plead guilty. 13 counts of first degree murder, and in return, he will be avoiding the death penalty Judge Michael Bowman. It's anticipate that you will receive 11 consecutive life without the possibility of parole sentences. 15 concurrent life sentences Additional time for weapon enhancements will be imposed as mandated by law. You understand that as well, Sir? Yes, D'Angelo looking extremely frail, wearing an orange jumpsuit and a face shield. The idea with this plea is that many family members of the 13 people killed or in their eighties and nineties now and the pandemic was delaying a jury trial even more. Many of these people all deeply affected by these crimes may not be with us at the time of jury trial, the family members of the murder victims have waited for decades for justice for their loved ones. He's guilty pleas expected to go on into the afternoon, with prosecutors from nine different California counties recounting D'Angelo's crimes and DeAngelo pleading guilty reporting live in Sacramento. Megan Goldsby, KCBS. President of a powerful business group in Sonoma County is resigning after backlash to a controversial newsletter. That story from KCBS is Mike Dewald, Santa Rosa. Small business owner, Hermann G. Hernandez was shocked when he read the latest newsletter from the Snowmen County Alliance and influential Organization of Business and Political leaders in the North Bay. I couldn't get past the all lives matter, which was Basically the first sentence or second sentence. I had to read it about 20 times. It was like I was in disbelief. The group's president, Doug Silberman, had penned a letter to membership to crying the damage done to local businesses during recent protests and declaring in capital letters that all lives matter, Hernandez canceled his membership and posted his opposition to the letter to Social media. After an onslaught of phone calls and threats of canceled memberships. Huberman announced his plans to resign just 24 hours later. But Hernandez says the resignation alone isn't enough there. Biology that came out in force, and it was weak at at the best. The alliance needs to do more than write nine symptoms. Apology letter He's now calling on the organization to overhaul its executive board to include more diverse members and refocus some of its mission towards supporting communities of color. They're going to be forced to make changes. Otherwise, I don't see their organization moving forward in the North Bay. Mike Dewald KCBS. Just ahead on KCBS, a Foster City based pharmaceutical company reveals the price of its drug shown to shorten hospital stays for covert 19.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Male news to Maria Leave D. C. Mayor Mariel Bowser says the city is going to start clearing out some streets where protesters a setup camp. If a treaty is not open today, eight Street is imminent. It will open imminently. As for the city designated black lives matter Plaza. We don't have a plan yet for 1/16 street, but we will continue to work on that. Mayor Bowser also says mob should not be able to pull down statues. City streets. We need to maintain safety and order around the statues, but I think we need to have a larger conversation about it. Barbara Breath w, a male and w m mail dot com At the White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany talking about the violence that's taking place in two of America's largest cities over the weekend. 11 people were shops and 12 hours this weekend in the Democrat run New York City. And 61 people were shots and Democrat run Chicago and 15 fatally killed. Democrats Date. A Democrat City president Trump stands against the funding our brave police officers caving to mob rule and cancel culture, which seeks to erase our history. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, saying the president should order the wearing of face coverings nationwide to cut Corona virus surges in other states, the White House has been in denial on Corona virus from the get go. On the federal response has just been wrong. That's not a political statement. If you look at the facts, that's exactly what it says. New this hour. The city of Jacksonville, Florida has now decided to issue a face covering mandate, correspondent Randi Kaye says when it comes to the upcoming Republican National Convention, the governor's now saying about that convention that he's not ready to stay that masks won't be required there. But he is saying that masks are a working progress there. He says he hopes these air his words He thinks that Will be fine. By that time. It's a couple of months away into national Cemetery is moving into the next step of its phased reopening. Arlington National Cemetery remains closed to the general public. But starting today, funeral restrictions that went into place in March are being relaxed. The biggest change that people are going to see. You know our first the families Now can have attendants at their loved ones Burial services for up to 50 people. It had been restricted to 10 executive director Karen Durham. Aguilera says they had been curtailing military funeral honors. People for those who are eligible, will now see the case on horse drawn case on Heather Curtis on W M a calendar mail dot com. 40 years after a sadistic suburban rapist terrorize California. No. One investigators later realize with a series of linked the sultan slayings a 74 year old former police officer is expected to plead guilty today to be in the elusive golden State killer. At the trial. Sacramento County Deputy District Attorney Amy Holiday read some of the charges against Joseph James D'Angelo junior, the defendant, D'Angelo Will enter a guilty plea to all charged counts in special circumstances, allegations and enhancements. As to the murders, the defendant would plead guilty. The 13 counts of first degree murder. Checking your money this now or the Dow right now up 499 points. The S and P 538 the NASDAQ Up 99 double drama L Traffic and weather. Next I'm Justin Hofer the marketplace minute The economy is changing so fast. It's hard to keep up another covert vaccine trial..

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"amy holiday" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eat anything for another sixteen hours. It's called intermittent fasting. Let's get the facts from my rich dietitian. Amy Goodson on the KRLD news line. Hey, amy. Holiday event this. This sounds almost too good to be true. It does. And you know, we need to look at us. You things look at this study. So first of all the studies were done in mice. So while that is a really good way to do research and see what happened we have to look at is going to happen. But the same thing and females people right than just might. So that's one thing to consider the second thing really to consider as when we talk about breast cancer rest, or we talked about cancer risk in general, we that city being overweight and some of those metabolic effects that come with that increase your risk for any type of cancer breast cancer being one of them and the situation all the studies were done and oak might so that's one of the things to consider when we're looking at this type of study, let's talk about intermittent fasting itself. What is it? There are different kinds of intermittent fasting. There are different types of inter minute things intermittent fasting is basically where you staff for certain period of hours. So in this study like we're discussing it you eat for eighteen hours after sixteen. There's another version of five to version of intermittent fasting where you eat fairly normally for five days. And then you only eat five hundred calories a day for two days. So there's different ways to do that. Musically you're narrowing your window of eating. So of course, when you bear your window of eating in their of your window of calorie intake at so many people that do intermittent fasting end up taking and significantly less calories than they would normally if they were shooting regular diet more hours of the day, you're eating only eight hours in a day. Save from nine in the morning until five in the afternoon. That's eight hours. That sounds like it could be fairly doable though. Fairly doable. And honest truth is you can still set a lot of nutrient rich, and of course, people eating some whole grains and fruits and vegetables and plenty of protein specific way. So it's not out of the question. And again, if that's gonna be something that's going to help you in less calories, and that could help when we look at intermittent fasting compared to lower calorie diet that's maintained each day over seven days over the week. We really don't be a lot better of the results, and again that most of the intermittent fasting results are done in the obese overweight population. So it's not to say that that could have the same sex or somebody who has normal rate that again when we talk about intermittent fasting. The key is trying to make sure that you get an adequate.

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"amy holiday" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"amy holiday" Discussed on Kristi Lee Uninterrupted

"Absolutely it's m amin tried to make it as normal night what's edward normal norm i hate that word i shouldn't use that word but to make it as comfortable for everybody as possible like you them now i mean yup it'd be different if i hated him man yeah we'll hopefully we don't ever heat people i know you had you had to were not allowed to heat the write a good thing okay it's not in you let that hate go after i just sink if you're still mad at some one you still care and then when you can let is so when you can lead that hatred go that's a good point and not um harvest that it uh says that you're really over someone i th i then i agree i think that's why my dad finally he get him fixture with my mom i think that he does it had all this anger so for so long and they were was angry at each other that finally when they could be the picture there was like oh saragan friends can and now we spend all their holidays together that's great weird it was like the ice the i don't know what it was but let's get all good yeah it is all good and that's i think how we're going to wrap up our podcast today all good yeah it's all good everything's great happy holiday amy holidays and we love having our whole it this is our second holiday podcast it isn't it amazing akin to already kale it i think weeks should exchange ornaments every time yeah and we nor did we give you ornaments last year to you did you did okay i have xers of them i have pictures i would i didn't get either view anything oh that's burst for no no no rego secretly nice owl ornaments and i had that cooling counter without our last weekend is so i am so into owls any way any choice.

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