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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Road in front of you and wanna pass it along, called the KFBK Traffic Tip Line, dial town to 50 and say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Mostly cloudy today with a couple of showers around that a high of 58 to 62. Becoming partly cloudy tonight with a low of 39 to 43 tomorrow, some sun giving way to clouds with a shower or two in the afternoon and a high of 53 to 57 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently in Sacramento. We have rain and 52 degrees at 602 on this Tuesday morning. Here are here are the stories that are trending today. There is word this morning, The Sears store in Arden Fair Mall will be closing for good. It has been there for 50 years, Sears has been closing stores all across the country as it downsizes Sears Last day at Ardent Fair mall is scheduled for April, 15th center held his launching three mass vaccination clinics across Northern California this week. KFBK Staler Martin tells us where you will find these pop up clinics. The three sites are located in Roseville, Sacramento and Modesto. One site is an industrial area of West. Roseville and the other in Sacramento, is near the Costco. In the Cal Expo area. Vaccinations are by appointment only for right now, and Sutter Health is only vaccinating health care workers and those 75 years and older. The center health system is hoping to vaccinate more than 3000 patients per day at these three pop up sights set her health officials are not disclosing the exact locations of the general public, saying they don't want people to show up without an appointment. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK this morning Sacramento.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Elect is moving forward with the transition. He is expected to announce members of his economic team next week. ABC is Rachel Scott. The Justice Department is quietly changing its execution standards, adding other methods like firing squads and poison gas to the practice of lethal injection number. States already allow the use of other execution methods. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good evening. I'm Joe Michael's one person is dead and another fighting for their life. After a shooting at Sacramento's Arden Fair Mall, Ah, person was seen being strapped to a gurney and placed inside an ambulance that quickly left the area. That person's been taken to a nearby hospital with life threatening injuries. The mall has been evacuated and there's a heavy police presence in the parking lot. As a rising number of coronavirus cases continue to affect nearly every county in California. KFBK is Rudy Fernandez tells US Plaster County is trying to stave off its recent surge to protect further economic loss from the super spreader event that affected several dozen youth basketball players in Rockland to several Roseville hospital, seeing an influx of coronavirus cases. Old country is being hit hard by the virus. We in plaster county have always placed priority on trying to balance public health, not just Cove it but overall public health, which includes our local economy, That's plaster county Supervisor Kirk Euler, who says, although plasters numbers are up there, nowhere near the numbers YOLO, Sacramento and even Los Angeles County are seeing Heading into December. Brody Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK, California's dungeon is crab season is being delayed at least another two weeks gave Becase John Brown eyes. He tells us why it was supposed to start on December 1st south of Point Arena in Mendocino County, two weeks later than the traditional start. Now, the commercial season can't begin until at least December, 16th because whales.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good evening. I'm Joe Michael's one person is dead and another fighting for their life. After a shooting at Sacramento's Arden Fair Mall, Ah, person was seen being strapped to a gurney and placed inside an ambulance that quickly left the area. That person's been taken to a nearby hospital with life threatening injuries. The mall has been evacuated and there's a heavy police presence in the parking lot. With the holidays now in full swing, health officials are worried about a potential surgeon. Coronavirus cases. KFT case Taylor Martin has the latest on California's fight against the virus. State health officials are bracing for a Surgeon Cove in 19 cases following the Thanksgiving holiday growing virus cases have been skyrocketing for weeks in California, and a record of 18,350 cases were reported on Tuesday alone. The seven day average of positive tests has increased from 5.3% to 6.5% health officials say. Black Friday. Sales that typically draw large crowds may make way for increased virus transmission. They fear that the continuing cove in 19 surge could overwhelm the health care system. Taylor Martin News knife, You 190.1 kfbk, The CHP says at least 12 people have been killed and more than 300 Arrested for D U I So far this holiday season. Both those numbers are higher than the same time last year. Colfax High School student athlete will be taking her game to the next level and serving your country. Sophie Smith has signed a letter of intent to play softball next year of the United States Military Academy at West Point. The Auburn Journal report. She plans to major in life science with an emphasis on biology in hopes of becoming a veterinarian. I'm Joe Michael's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramento traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk and earlier shooting last hour Arden Fair Mall. Police are on scene the office's air still in their early stages of the investigation, and there is no active threat at this time, but they are advising. To stay clear of the area. South bound five before westbound 80 a trailer on fire on the right hand shoulder If you're headed to Tahoe this weekend, no chain restrictions of any sort on the roadways, but highway 89 is closed to snow in both directions between 3 95 on Highway.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Been by far the best only is done today yeah and definitely in the top five thank you so much we were talking about music all night I've had a lot of fun doing it I can now go beyond this hour you know what I'm gonna straight up talk music with him too you know I always love music Joe Michael's gonna join us here for conformity or you want to talk about some things that can't wait to hear I'm always love I always love music always tell you that but you know occasionally there will not occasionally but there are those genres music then I don't discuss very often you can't like every style of music right you just you can't like everyone and here's what I never say Gee I don't I can't stand his music well addicts just going to so let me give an example just quickly there's a reason that I don't necessarily care for the guy who loves music and I mean respected to these artists but not a big fan of like Pat Metheny's guitar style here is the weather here is on his guitar no no disrespect to yeah so many get every instrument thing it's hard for many of the it's only get everything here is Pat Metheny guitar now he's a great guitar player don't get me wrong don't get me wrong but if I had to sit and listen to this kind of music for like more than well about the time it was about up to me on this I thought that would be it I would think would have something to do with the mood and atmosphere right yeah this being played like some fancy high class our insurer Country Club is Arden fair Country Club.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Slash higher traffic on the tens every ten minutes morning today afternoons data has news ninety three point one KVK clear skies will of a low tonight thirty seven to forty one tomorrow and Friday expect intervals of clouds and sunshine will of a high tomorrow sixty seven to seventy one Friday will of a high seventy to seventy four I'm accu weather's drew Shannon at news ninety three point one at KFBK no right we've got to fifty nine in Roseville sixty one in full some sixty one in Sacramento as we're building a better Sacramento sponsored by nor cal Graham Jack four times a year Arden fair mall in eschaton host free health and wellness breakfast while the first one the year is tomorrow morning to the team tomorrow is about heart acted inspiration for heart health but one of things we do with all our breakfast is we start out with health screening that we provide for people who come in and we do a small breakfast and then afterwards we have a speaker who acted on it was our partner in this are always great at providing a really great speakers Nathan Spradlin senior marketing manager at Arden fair talks about tomorrow's speaker Linda Palmer she is currently the director at the C. S. U. S. cardio vascular wellness program and she is a former exercise physiologist at outpatient cardiac rehabilitation of preventive cardiology at UC Davis med center and she did that for over thirty years she's a real if you know what you're talking about if you also a highly entertaining speaker and it's at eight thirty tomorrow morning upstairs in the food court of of Sears at Arden fair mall it's free always open to the public in and there's no reservation needed we welcome everyone comes great opportunity kind of learn about the program and we've got more information and keep the kid out come the afternoon news with Kitty o'neill Hey if you want to reach out about building a better Sacramento it wherever you are in northern California and you can email me Kitty o'neill I keep the kit out com or on your smart phone dial pound two fifty say building a better Sacramento well just had on our KPK afternoon news we will check the top trending stories and go in depth on the California state state address delivered by the governor earlier today much more coming your way on news ninety three point one KPK and live everywhere on your I heart radio app always says you trust Christine Mendoza Sam Shane tomorrow while you drive to work as we get older do we get half a year the results of a new study and why okay and became morning news news ninety three point one of being gay so here's a story about the restaurant.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one K. F. became the second fire department is on the scene of a commercial building fire nineteenth and G. streets the building appears to be a warehouse but arriving firefighters found the doors lock firefighters used to saw to cut through a metal door to get in while others on the roof for pouring water into the building no word of any threats to nearby structures no injuries reported for armed robbery suspects are now in custody after leading the sack no county sheriff's department on a chase that ended in the Arden fair mall parking lot surgeon testator doing says the suspects are described as for juvenile black males deterring says they allegedly use some type of metal pipe or bath to rob a cellular store on how Avenue upon arrival day identified a vehicle that would provide that witnesses have stated was related to the robbery she says deputies tried to stop that vehicle what were led on a chase all four suspects arrested in the area around Arden fair mall deterring says no injuries have been reported with that robbery Sacramento county has amassed more than a hundred and twenty six million dollars in unspent mental health funds but a plan recently approved by the board of supervisors will change that district one supervisor Phil certain assist the plants a different approach to tackling the region's mental health issues for me this is you with the most urgent thing that we should be paying attention to is making sure that were purporting what should be appropriated soreness as well there was no catalyst for the change in spending he believes an increase in demand from constituents concerned about the lack of mental health resources played a large role in the board's shift Republican state senator Shannon grow calling for the immediate closure of the motor voter program at the department of motor vehicles following an audit that revealed thousands of discrepancies the one hundred and thirteen page audit report released late Friday afternoon last week highlighted a range of issues with the motor voter program which automatically registers people to vote when they visit the DMV grosses a report shows just how badly the DMV is fumbles voter registration in the state you have duplicate registration you're not if they came out and said that there's been duplicate registration form many people by the thousands have been registered to the wrong party according to the report nearly eighty four thousand duplicate voter records were found by California auditors in a review of three million voter registration files grosses a DMB must immediately stop the program to prevent even more errors from occurring the state agencies are equipped to register people to vote and that's been proven by what's been going on IT department of motor vehicles Mike points news ninety three point one KFBK for thirty five let's get you caught up on all this hour's top national.

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"arden fair" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"So his reputation speaks volumes for that guy that we ended up hiring. It's just tremendous when you can leverage the relationship and the credibility of those relationships. That's a big deal. It just it's it speeds. Everything up for everyone, and we would like to at Ramsey. We'd like to respond to the a twenty two thousand job applications. We get this year, literally twenty two thousand -plication. We can't even send you all know that's right. To do that. That's ridiculous. Twenty two thousand we had two hundred people you got no chance of getting out of that pile. And it's not because we're snobs it's not. 'cause we protect our own were Colt or something like that. That you just logistically can't get through twenty two thousand and so something has to 'cause that thing to come out of the pile and it's not a magic wand, there's not a magic resume writer that causes it to jump out of the pile. It's someone somehow put themselves in a position because they were around here or there around somebody that was around somebody that was around here that caused that thing to come out of the pile, and that's what the proximity principles all about. Absolutely. It just takes fear and doubt in pride, and it puts it in its place. Where needs to be back behind you so that you can move forward. What people are finding Dave is read the book. We're seeing all over social media. We heard it even last night. People had read the book, but came and wanted to get it signed is that for the first time in their lives. They've got a clear idea of how to actually get there because it's difficult as I thought I can be intentional to a find out who the right, people are, and what those right plays into the book can you give me examples? You clearly showed me that it was possible. And I'm excited, I'm taking steps. And that's why we're so excited about this message. We want people to be who they were created to be we know when they do that they're going to do work that matters. And the world is going to be a better place. Very cool. Very cool. Good for you. Man proud of you. This book is going soom. You're working your butt off out there. Reminder folk, Sacramento, California Barnes and noble at Arden fair. This. This coming Friday evening, Ken Coleman will be there at six o'clock the proximity principle to be signed..

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today after Arden fair mall closed amid the potential for protests. A small group of protesters gathered yesterday morning outside the mall for a peaceful demonstration that demonstration followed Saturday's decision by the district attorney's office not charge. The two officers involved in the Stefan Clark shooting the Sacramento Kings announcing that the team will close the golden one center plaza to everyone, but ticketed guests and employees this afternoon to prepare for the possibility of protests at tonight's game crews have setup cyclone fencing around entrances. And in a statement, the king said today the plaza will close in the early afternoon and will only reopen to ticketed guests to ensure safe entry into the arena for the game. Tonight. Ticket checks will be in place on the perimeter of the plaza and an increased security presence. Will be on site to assist ticketed guests to expedite entry guests are encouraged to arrive early and have their ticket ready to show staff. Two little girls from Campbell county safe after disappearing into the woods near their house. Search dogs and helicopters spent the weekend looking for them humble county sheriff William Hansel says they were tracked by granola bar wrappers that they had dropped as well as footprints in the mud searchers were just totally shot came back and said they looked like they were just out for a stroll. They needed gone for an hour from their house. I mean, it looked that fresh they disappeared on Friday weren't found until Sunday morning. They told rescuers. They drank rainwater from leaves and stayed underneath the canopy of tall. Trees to stay dry,.

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"arden fair" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on KCRW

"Good morning at six thirty one. Here's what's happening across the region and the state after officers fatally shot on armed black man, Stefan Clark last year and his grandmother's backyard, Sacramento, large crowds of demonstrators marched in the streets. But the mood after the officers were cleared of charges this weekend was well a bit different nephew Riley joined other protesters outside of Sacramento police station. She said it was a somber gathering because it felt like the DA was blaming car. Clark for his own murder. Stefan. It's traumatizing traumatized that grief came instead of what many expected would have been massive protests, but less than twenty four hours later, another emotion came into play anger on Saturday night, a coalition of black students. Started a sit in inside Arden fair mall in the morning. They were escorted out by police the mall shut down for the day. Christine. Hunter was one of the protesters who want you to know. This is not just today different. Not just for show. Is gonna make history. Their aim is to disrupt economic centers that they say profit from black culture, the coalition of black students is planning other targeted peaceful protests. They also warned they may show up at the Sacramento Kings arena. Like demonstrators did last year Clark was killed March. Eighteenth of last year after Sacramento police responded to a nine eleven call of a man breaking car windows. Authorities disclosed a Clark was the individual who broke the windows and also smashed a home sliding glass door with a cinder block. The final report on the shooting included personal information about Clark, including an indication that he may have been contemplating suicide in the days leading up to the shooting. That disclosure angered Clark's mother cat, Clark, whatever he was.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To you by sports leisure vacations. Mark there in his his lead in created a visual of me. I I see people cuddling up to their radios, especially those that are driving. We just had a call from security at Arden fair mall and tube. They're concerned about two people who are in their Honda accords trying to cuddle up with their radio. And it looks a little strange. Herself. There's a radio and their blanket in the back all over town. People are cuddling with their cell phones and the travel guys. Yes, it's sorta kinda day outside. It's it's wet, and it's windy, and it's January. And so generally most people don't have you know, they don't make big plans usually for the first week in January. I would if it weren't for needing to be here to do this this travel show. I would be cuddled up in front of my pellet stove with a little mini blazing fire. You know, watching a useless football game going on in the background, and perhaps MRs Romano would be part of this. You would be cuddling up to the radio. Yeah, I'm not I don't know about the football game with her. But we'll we'll see you. You must have brought a little bit of the weather. I understand you got a little bit of rain in the islands. You were you were there on a discovery? I was in. I'm actually going back. We have a sports leisure vacations tour group that's headed over to the islands on. Let's see when do they leave? They leave. Thursday. I back Wednesday to be just a little head of them for an NBA with them for day or two, and then I'm going over to the big island. We're kind of anticipation that the level of interest in Hawaii. All you have to do is look at our mailbox at travel, guys radio dot com. And it will tell you that questions about Hawaii have quite replaced questions about marijuana on planes. That tells you that the level of interest. It's has switched a little bit. I'm extremely interested. I've got to get you know, we were hoping why the wife, and I were hoping to be able to take advantage of that two for one thing we had with south west as a result of taking out their card that they offered a year in a couple of months ago. But clearly they did not scheduled to fly to Hawaii in time. However, there are lots of great deals, and this is the this is the year. Well, and it's just Alaska Airlines started flying to the big island nonstop three days a week from Sacramento that's never happened before. So now, we have nonstop service to three islands endeavor. Error. If things go the way they're supposed to it's probably likely that. Hawaii which we're going to an island. We're going to talk about a little bit later on in the program. Looking at four women talk a little bit about authenticity in about going to Hawaii. And where can you find? Where would you find the tourist experience, and where will you find the authentic experience? If that's what you're looking for. And I'm also going to share with you a little bit about I found a place to eat in downtown Honolulu. That's always been a favorite of mine, but on Ellen a very crowded week. When there were people everywhere and stuff, I I just I want to remind people about this little place, which has a unique tied to Sacramento that where you can eat in downtown Honolulu where you can get a great meal at reasonable prices from really nice people outstanding. I'm looking forward to that. Honolulu hasn't always been my favorite island destination. Because it's it's very tourist. It is I'm curious to see what would you got? Well had been there for a while. So it was kind of interesting. You know, what a previous president grew up in downtown Honolulu. And we went by some of his. Some of his old haunts and the international marketplace's anyway, we're going to talk a little bit about a Hawaii about a wa who and why after the break after at the bottom of the hour. So we'll probably good for us to get onto the travel news. All right travel. News time at the top of every travel show, as you know, we are those that are regulars we do.

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"John mcginnis with your NewsRadio cab UK talking about in this particular case, the idea of spontaneous eruptions of violence, kind of mob behavior. In area shopping malls. And what the solution to that might be. What would be the most effective, and among the recommendations that have been made is that there should be a ban on unaccompanied minors from visiting shopping malls. And that there's a need for the city to to come up with additional maybe not additional maybe established venues of for recreational enterprise in the city to get people to give kids a place to go and engage in in entertainment recreational opportunities. So they. So they don't so they don't do this. And I resent resist both of those and I look back to the period of time in which we actually saw positive. Results positive developments in in terms of efforts to keep the nation safe. And it goes back about thirty years ago at that time the the period of time leading into that crime was out of control violence in inner cities, especially across the country. Was the norm. Rock cocaine was epidemic at that time and the gang lifestyle had become I think very much a surrogate for the family in most inner cities and beyond spread into suburbia and even into rural America. And there was there were no consequences for for lawless behavior, and there were a number of things that took place. First of all there were efforts for truth in sentencing and other words, a compulsory in compulsory environment in which the judiciary had to honor the rule of law actually had a sentence people to the terms prescribed by statutory law for their behavior and. There's a lot of increased law enforcement funding that was when the cops community oriented policing strategies federal dollars actually went to local communities to enhance law enforcement presence in areas where it was diminished. And of course, there's there's discussion on that in terms of should that be the the the responsibility of the federal government when you have local communities that are not taking care of business. I understand that criticism. Nevertheless, the result of that seemed to work very very effectively and for the first time in in generations. You saw those numbers trajectory downward and things got better. It was also the par the period of time in which the the broken windows theory in American policing came into came into to divert popular and accepted implementation across the country, and those a combination of those factors vectors a column in the Wall Street Journal from last Saturday by William mcgurn that. Talks about the two people who are largely responsible for the creation of and to some degree. The implementation of the broken windows theory that actually called for those most minor kinds of problematic behavior to be dealt with I and that would have a a general benefit in terms of trend in terms of human behavior. I've made the observation a number of times if especially in contemporary times if there's a homicide two blocks away from where you live. There's a real good chance. You're never gonna know about it. Because those things don't get the kind of coverage that they once got there's no longer a metro digest in Sacramento newspaper doesn't exist. So they don't they. They miss an awful lot. It just doesn't get the kind of coverage at once got people don't pay attention to it. Plus readership is just so down so far that those things don't get the coverage. They once got however if there is vandalism homelessness. Loitering vagrancy other kinds of quality of life violations of law in your community. You absolutely know about it. You'll be aware of it. And you'll be unhappy about it, and it can change the the quality of life in the community very very quickly, and it can deteriorate civic pride. So as I looked to Arden fair mall and delta shores mall, and I think about what's important here right now. The what's important is for the people who have made an investment of them themselves to establish businesses in those facilities to include them all ownership itself. And the the people who are inclined to go there too. To to engage in commerce to have a feeling of comfort that their concerns are being addressed. And they can do so safely. And the best way to do that is to have a little bit of the broken windows theory in place. So if you have people engaged in lawlessness there if you have abberant behavior there, you have an abundance of law enforcement resources in play to engage immediately at the first appearance of improper conduct to to stop it right there where it starts and restore. Akam pleasant environment in which people can shop and legitimate business too. And I think young people should be welcome to visit those malls. If they're going to comply, and you happen to be a teenager. Maybe you don't have a lot of money in your pocket. You can still be there. You can still go to the mall at avail yourself of whatever opportunities you choose and and comply with the law behave yourself. And then to suggest that as a dearth of recreational facilities that's causing people to behave in that fashion. I am just absolutely at a loss to comprehend that how many of these people who are engaged in this kind of conduct. Are are high functioning readers? How many of them are scholastic academic? Geniuses. That can actually did are thriving and doing well, how many honors students are engaged in that. How many people who are who have mastered team athletic competition are engaged in that process? How many of them who are working for a living starting the early phase of life in which you actually engage in that process and benefit from it and share the the experience with others. I think that's where things need to change. So why not hold people accountable and allow people to visit the mall as they see fit regardless of your age your race..

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"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:31 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Welcome aboard. Happy Thursday John McGuinness weekend. Newsradio have. Hope you're having a delightful, and there is so much going on across the country. And I think we're kind of a period of let's take a look and see and. And I guess a period of waiting to see exactly how things will play out the new houses is seated and sworn in out of the leadership of Nancy Pelosi yet again. And of course, the the stalemate continues with regard to the government shutdown. The reality. I think as government shutdowns go. There was probably a time when there was a bit of a shocking component to that for for members of the general public. And of course, there have been times when a government shutdown was really truly a government shutdown where the much much more. The government was shut down in this particular interrelation. That's not the case is a rather small. Shut down. And the vast majority of people will not have any impact as a result of a whatsoever. So I I don't know that there's a huge amount of angst on the part of the general public, certainly I'm not troubled by at all I think it's pathetic to to realize that these people cannot come together. And it goes a deal that would be satisfactory and Representative of a legitimate decent reasonable compromise to to get business done. Nevertheless, this shutdown can go on for awhile and certainly not going to adversely affect my life. And my sense is probably the same for each and every one of you. But right here in the local area, there's little situation that's been simmering. And in fact, as we speak the mayor of Sacramento is as gearing up to if not in the process of holding a press conference to announce some plans to deal with what has become a problem at a couple of. Area shopping facilities, most notably Arden fair mall. The other one delta shores. But it's it's regrettable that a it looks like a group of young people. I don't have ages on it. But I think they're juvenile's for the most part sounds like young teens are engaged in thuggish behavior and kind of spontaneous eruptions of of fighting and unruly hell raising kind of behavior at a mall, of course, during a particularly busy season of the year has has been problematic and has caused panic has caused people to to be very very fearful for their own safety. Perhaps in a a. Maybe an enhanced way and has from what reality really had to offer in terms of what the threat to their safety would be nevertheless panic is a real component in those kinds of situations. And it looks as though people have been very very fearful a number of folks have been interviewed by various media and indicated that they were they felt very fearful for their life. And in fact, ran for their life from the mall. So some suggestions have come up in terms of how to deal with it. And what leadership in the city of Sacramento, and even the the mall management should do to combat the problem or to address the problem, and among those thoughts or recommendations have been implementing a a a prohibition on unaccompanied minors, visiting them all. That's one that's one that actually came from the mayor another one from various community activists is, hey, these kids need recreational facilities to go hang out. They don't have those. And that's why they're engaging in these acts of lawlessness at a shopping mall. Well, a couple of things to consider first of all the. The the Arden fair mall to look at it as a as a business enterprise in the city of Sacramento plays a significant role in terms of bringing first of all opportunities for people to engage in commerce, which is a very positive thing. It also brings a significant amount of revenue into the city of Sacramento in their coffers sales tax revenue generated that mall goes a long way to help to help fund programs at the city of Sacramento has to provide. So I think it's reasonable that the the mall D A. Welcome component in the city of Sacramento any mall, any retail business should be welcomed in any. Political subdivision city county, whatever the case may be because they do bring in a a benefit to the to the community. Clearly, the the most the most measurable benefit is the the sales tax revenue, but it's also an opportunity for to showcase the community to to provide employment opportunities for folks to provide places for people with the entrepreneurial spirit to to sell their wares and to again to spark that that element of of commerce in the community, which is a very positive thing. So yeah, I think the city of Sacramento is well advised to do what they can. Within reason. But, but that reason I think is gives a pretty broad latitude to ensure to the greatest extent possible that people feel safe and welcome visiting that mall. There was a period of time in which you had just a scant handful of of retail shopping malls in this region. When I was popped up. Of course, all over the suburban areas where you've got very nice malls in southern plaster county and in Folsom, and even Alvarado hills has a little bit of that. So people have choices as to where they will go shop Arden fair, malls, a big they've got a lot of big anchor businesses there, and there's certain things if you wanna buy in a brick and mortar fashion a traditional shopping experience. You gotta go there. In this region. Lease so, yeah, it's it's it's smart. It makes good sense. It's the right thing to do to ensure that people feel safe and comfortable as they go there to shop. I don't see. The the prohibition on unaccompanied minors as a as a reasonable solution. Because if you think about it thinking in your own life. Unaccompanied minors over the years have been a probably a pretty stable part of the consumer base that visit shopping malls. They have the same interests as other people. They will go there. They will spend their money. They they may even go there and find a job they may work there. It's been a great opportunity for people to land their first job and engage in that that whole experience that whole process, and then the notion that people are engaged in criminal thuggery because they don't have an entertainment venue to visit. They don't have a recreational facility to visit. I think loses an awful lot in terms of common sense. It also conjures the thought in my mind that we should never engage in anything that would be tantamount to rewarding bad behavior. So people are behaving in a bad fashion. Reward them with someplace to go recreate in the manner in which they choose and they'll stop with the labral behavior. I think that's that's bad logic. I think it's very very ill advised. So what are the solutions to it? What would you like to see happen? What are the things historically that have caused people to to enjoy the experience of visiting a mall, and I don't say that sarcastically. I think that's it's a bit of a right of passage people have felt comfortable over the years. And when their kids get to a certain age where they can behave responsibly. They are allowed to go to the mall unsupervised. And again when I was sixteen years of age I worked in two different shopping malls. I never engage in thuggish behaviour. I was there to work get a paycheck. I know. Yeah. I supported commerce there. Other kids, I know up close and personal have been honor students athletes people who also employed at as as young folks and have never created a problem and a shopping mall in didn't need a specific entertainment venue to scratch that issue for them and give them an opportunity to go. Do what they will and not engage in thuggery. So I got a lot of thoughts on this. I want to get your thoughts as well. If you're interested in this. If you find this somewhat troubling that they're wringing their hands and engaging in all this all these deep thoughts. I it seems to me as though hold people accountable. Have have a significant strong police presence there enforce the law. Hold people accountable. Do not allow them to behave in this kind of Abirin fashion and provide an opportunity for people to come visit the mall and engage in the business of their choosing in a lawful manner. Got thoughts nine one six ninety one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight. Three or four fifteen thirty. Well, look at this in the context of one of the greatest efforts ever engaging in this country that has that has really truly that had I'll say because it's largely dropping off. Now had engaged in a successful effort to reduce crime and violence and create the downward trajectory for those categories of criminal behavior in recent decades is going away. Now, we'll talk about this and much much more coming up right after this. Don't go away. Bumper.

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

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"Their way towards the weekend. Thanks chilling out with us here tonight. We do. Appreciate it Ken when I do very much. Appreciate it. And we have a lot to get to in this hour, including including excuse me. News of the day that you may not have heard case you were following all the Trump stuff. You didn't hear some of this other stuff for the Arden fair mall stuff? Anyhow. By the way, on the big birthday board today would be the man considered by some to be the fifth Beatle. George Martin the arranger producer. For much from a for a lot of the Beatles music born on his day in nineteen twenty six, sir. George Henry Martin. He was an English record producer as I mentioned ranger composer conductor. He was an audio engineer, and yes, he was musician. And yes, he was referred to by some as the fifth Beatle. Who else was the fifth Beatle and Rolling Stone? Was the great who would that be the only guy that considered to be sort of an honorary member of the Beatles? And the Rolling Stones would be Billy Preston, the great Billy Preston. But anyhow. Of course, Paul McCartney other people regarded him possibly is the fifth Beatle in reference to his extensive involvement on each of the Beatles. Original albums fact, Martin produced thirty number one hit singles in the United Kingdom think about that. He produced. Thirty number one hit singles. That's crazy. Twenty three number one hits in the United States of America. Wow. Hard to argue with that kind of success, right? That's absolutely astounding. When you think about it? As an arranger. Here's a guy. He had the formal musical expertise help fill the gaps. I guess you might say between the Beatles. Some of the sort of the unrefined talents the sound which really eventually distinguish them from so many other groups eventually, of course, made them so successful. We know the story, and in fact, when you look back and most of the Beatles orchestra arrangements in the instrumentation. They were written or performed by who George Martin as well at frequent to keyboard parts on the early records some collaboration. With other musically experienced members. But it was George. Martin's idea to score a string quartet accompaniment for yesterday. And that is against Paul McCartney's initial reluctance, and when you listen to it today..

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06:36 min | 2 years ago

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"Decorations still a deadline where we take these things down at some point. Mark. Kind of a deadline, but I think for some people their Christmas decorations turned into their fourth of July decorations. You know? It's. Stay up year round. But you know, I, and I have seen a lot of this stuff in my neighborhood. You know, come down, especially the the bigger stuff. They like the inflatables. All that kind of stuff. I haven't seen very many those out because those things I think are really good airborne. I think the lights I think some people, you know, maybe maybe they were waiting until this weekend to take down the lights baby. You know? I think a lot of people kind of traditionally do it on the I don't they thought there was some kind of a deadline. We're not that far past the first. So I guess we're still in the safe zone there. But hey, listen. I don't want to interrupt your anything. Right. Little time off whatever you're doing. They're working hard. I'm sure, but I just wanted to get to you and get a clearer picture of what we're expecting here. So well, Pat, I hope that helps and and you know, I'm I'm I'm always happy to to come on. And give you whatever assistance you need on whatever topic it might be. But yeah, it's gonna rain Saturday. And we need the rain we need the snow, but in terms of you know, the the day, I just don't think we're going to see a lot of a ton of rain. But but I do think it's going to get a little windy and just cat plan your Sierra travel. If you can't around this upcoming storm perfect Mark finance chief meteorologist j CRA. Thank you, very very much and happy new year. Same to you, Pat. Areas. I told you it's the go-to guy. He's the go-to guy right there for you. So hopefully, that'll help you helps cleared up in my mind, hopefully will help clear it up in yours as well. Now is they get into some of these other things here tonight. Yes. Something on your mind. You wanna chat about it? You have a comment. Yeah. I thought, you know, you're always welcome. I just give you the phone number here. Case you do want to join in KENDALL is here, by the way won into fort keeping us in line. Your numbers are nine one six. Nine to one fifteen thirty nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty some of these people just keep the Christmas stuff up too long. All year round. I don't know. Got to be a deadline. So the city and Arden fair. You've heard these seen us in the news right Arden, fair mall. We're right. Just what hop skip and a jump from Arden fair mall here at the studio. So now, they're searching. The powers that be. You're searching for solutions after two brawls broke out of the mall within three days, both involving large crowds. Of teenagers. Now, there was a solution that was opposed by our mayor Darrell Steinberg, which is. Ban. Unaccompanied minors from the mall. At least for a while. So case she did miss that story art fair closed early. This was was it last Saturday. I guess. Last Saturday night. After police here in Sacramento arrived. This is in response to multiple fights inside outside the mall sack. PD spokesman Vance champion saying that the incident involved least a couple of hundred juveniles were causing a disturbance and fighting. Our mayor saying in part, quote A may also be necessary at least temporarily for our fair to prohibit anyone under the age of eighteen from visiting the mall without a parent or guardian. And he went on to see it's sad that some some mess it up for all. But Arden fair is a vital economic asset for a city, and we have a responsibility to assure people that the mall is safe. Arden fair itself. Putting some restrictions on unaccompanied minors before they back in. This is the two thousand sixteen December twenty six two thousand sixteen dozens of police officers security guards helping to enforce a ban on unaccompanied minors during the peak hours ACLU contended. This was a violation of civil rights. The ban. However continued through that holiday season the mall did not ban unaccompanied minors last season last Christmas season. Pardon fair now seeking short-term and long-term solutions to the recent violent incidents. And they're saying nothing is off the table now, perhaps you over the mall tonight, perhaps you're headed to the mall. Maybe a returning a president, by the way, we have the most returnable presence. I'll try to get to that. So yes, KENDALL KENDALL. Yes. It looks like that's been happening. The delta shores. Oh is that? Right. They had another incident yet the delta shores. Do you have Linda Matthew from the Sacramento police department? She just was talking about that happened there too. Our main concern is for the safety of the business owners at these locations as well as the shoppers, and we want the shoppers to have a safe experience when they come to any location here in Sacramento. Yeah. Yes. We want it to be safe. I'd have to worry. So here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna talk about that kennel. You have anything else over there? You want to add you just throw it in the mix. All right. I get some sound. I want to play for you. We'll hear from the mayor, and I wanna get your take on this. I want to know from you nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty hang in there. If you're on the line right now. We'll get right to you. Some people call them in right now. Is that a good solution to ban unaccompanied minors from the mall for at least a while? Or is that ridiculous? Or to you perhaps. Even if you don't always agree with the ACLU agree with the ACLU that. That's just not the right thing to do this. We'll talk about that. And I've got my audio on a plate for you. I have an opinion on my own on this bit of irony. I wanna get to you get get play for you. Point. I wanna make for you. I should say I will do that straight ahead..

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09:30 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good afternoon. Welcome aboard. Happy thursday. John McGuinness, we can NewsRadio KFI PK hope to having a delightful afternoon. There is so much going on across the country. And I think we're kind of a period of let's take a look and see. And and I guess appeared of waiting to see exactly how things will play out the new houses is seated and sworn in out of the leadership of Nancy Pelosi yet again. And of course, the the stalemate continues with regard to the government shutdown. The reality. I think as government shutdowns go. There was probably a time when there was a bit of a shocking component to that for for members of the general public. And of course, there have been times when government shutdown was really truly a government shutdown where the much much more. The government was shut down in this particular interrelation. That's not the case is a rather small. Shut down. And the vast majority of people will not have any impact as a result of a whatsoever. So I I don't know that there's a huge amount of angst on the part of the general public, certainly I'm not troubled by it at all. I think it's pathetic to to realize that these people cannot come together. And it goes a deal that would be satisfactory and Representative of a legitimate decent reasonable compromise to to get business done. Nevertheless, this shutdown can go on for awhile and certainly not going to adversely affect my life. And my sense is probably the same for each and every one of you. But right here in the local area, there's little situation that's been simmering. And in fact, as we speak the mayor of Sacramento is as a gearing up to if not in the process of holding a press conference to announce some plans to deal with what has become a problem at a couple of. Area shopping facilities, most notably Arden fair mall. The other one delta shores. But it's it's regrettable that a it looks like a group of young people. I don't have ages odd. But I think they're juvenile's for the most part is young teens are engaged in thuggish behavior and kind of spontaneous eruptions of of fighting and unruly hell raising kind of behavior at a mall, of course, during a particularly busy season of the year has has been problematic and has caused panic has caused people to to be very very fearful for their own safety perhaps in a a kind of. Maybe an enhanced way and has from what reality really had to offer in terms of what the threat to their safety would be nevertheless panic is a real component those kinds of situations. And it looks as though people have been very very fearful a number of folks have been interviewed by various media and indicated that they were they felt very fearful for their life. And in fact, ran for their life from the mall. So some suggestions have come up in terms of how to deal with it. And what leadership in the city of Sacramento, even the the mall management should do to combat the problem or to address the problem, and among those thoughts or recommendations have been implementing a prohibition on unaccompanied minors, visiting them all. That's one that's one that actually came from the mayor another one from various community activists is, hey, these kids need recreational facilities to go hang out. They don't have those. And that's why they're engaging in these acts of lawlessness at a shopping mall or a couple of things to consider first of all the. The the Arden fair mall to look at it as a as a business enterprise in the city of Sacramento place, a significant role in terms of bringing first of all opportunities for people to engage in commerce, which is a very positive thing. It also brings significant amount of revenue into the city of Sacramento and their coffers sales tax revenue generated that mall goes a long way to help to help fund programs that the city of Sacramento has to provide. So I think it's reasonable that the the mall D A. Welcome component in the city of Sacramento any mall, any retail business should be welcomed in any. Political subdivision city county, whatever the case may be because they do bring in a a benefit to the to the community, clearly the the most the most measurable benefit is the sales tax revenue, but it's also an opportunity for to showcase the community to to provide employment opportunities for folks to provide places for people with the entrepreneurial spirit to to sell their wares and to again to spark that that element of of commerce in the community, which is a very positive thing. So yeah, I think the city of Sacramento is well advised to do what they can. Within reason. But, but that reason I think is gives a pretty broad latitude to ensure to the greatest extent possible that people feel safe and welcome visiting that mall. There was a period of time in which you had just a a scant handful of of retail shopping malls in this region popped up, of course, all over the suburban areas where you've got very nice malls in southern plaster county and in Folsom even Alvarado hills has a little bit of that. So people have choices as to where they will go shop Arden fair, malls, a big they've got a lot of big anchor businesses there, and there's certain things if you want buy in a brick and mortar fascin- traditional shopping experience. You gotta go there. In this regionalise. So yeah, it's it's it's smart. It makes good sense. It's the right thing to do to ensure that people feel safe and comfortable as they go there to shop. I don't see. The the prohibition on unaccompanied minors as a as a reasonable solution. Because if you think about it thinking of your own life. Unaccompanied minors over the years have been a probably a pretty stable part of the consumer base that visit shopping malls. Yeah. They they have the same interests as other people. They will go there. They will spend their money. They even go there and find a job they may work there. It's been a great opportunity for people and their first job and engage in that that whole experience that whole process, and then the notion that people are engaged in criminal thuggery because they don't have an entertainment venue to visit. They don't have a recreational facility to visit. I think loses an awful lot in terms of common sense. It also conjures the the thought in my mind that we should never engage in anything that would be tantamount to rewarding bad behavior. So people are behaving in a bad fashion. Reward them with someplace to go recreate in the manner in which they choose and they'll stop with the average behaviour, I think, that's that's bad logic. And it gets very very ill advised. So what are the solutions to it? What would you like to see happen? What other things historically that have caused people to to enjoy the experience of visiting a mall, and I I don't say that sarcastically. I think that's it's a bit of a right of passage people have felt comfortable over the years. And when their kids get to a certain age where they can behave responsibly. They are allowed to go to the mall and supervised. And again when I was sixteen years of age I worked in two different shopping malls. I never engage in thuggish behaviour. I was there to work. Get a paycheck. Oh, yeah. I supported commerce there. Other kids, I know up close and personal have been honor students athletes people who also employed at as as young folks and have never created a problem in a shopping mall in didn't need a specific entertainment venue to scratch that issue for them and give an opportunity to go do what they will and not engage in thuggery. So I got a lot of thoughts on this. I want to get your thoughts as well. If you're interested in this. If you find this somewhat troubling that they're wringing their hands and engaging in all this all these deep thoughts. I it seems to me as though hold people accountable. Have have a significant strong police presence there enforce the law. Hold people accountable. Do not allow them to behave in this kind of labral and fashion and provide an opportunity for people to come visit the mall and engage in the business of their choosing in a lawful manner. Got thoughts. Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty. Well, look at this in the context of one of the greatest efforts ever engage in this country that has that has really truly that had I'll say because it's largely dropping off. Now. Had engaged in a successful effort to reduce crime and violence and create the downward trajectory for those categories of criminal behavior in recent decades is going away. Now, we'll talk about this and much much more coming up right after this. Don't go away..

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yeah. It's New Year's Eve just ahead, traffic and weather together. But first our top story this hour negotiations on the partial government shutdown are at a standstill and as the stalemate over border security continues. The president is blaming Democrats. Pelosi becomes speaker of the house on January third when the Democrats take the majority and right now, she says that the first Bill they vote I won't be to reopen the government, but it won't include funding for a wall. And then she'll have to convince the Senate Republicans to along with that Bill, then at the invitation the president can still veto it since he has people does not plan to cave. Just ahead on the case became morning news to local public spots saw violence at the end of the year a shooting at the downtown Commons and abroad at Arden fair mall. And if we're starting to see some light in the eastern sky now Yuba city at forty degrees. We've got twenty and Truckee Sacramento. Checking in at forty two degrees at seven oh two. And as our news continues this morning, Sacramento. Police continue to investigate a shooting that left two people dead and two others wounded and near the downtown Commons area, the double double homicide happened early Sunday morning before two a m near seventh in case streets. Officers believed the shooting stemmed.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"arden fair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Should not be overloaded and make sure to turn off your tree lies before you go to sleep or leave the house. Yeah. A lot of. People forget to do that a teenage girl has been shot near the Arden fair mall. That shooting happened about eight o'clock last night at an apartment complex nearby. The unidentified victim was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries where she was listed in stable condition. Police are still looking for a missing Roseville woman not seen or heard from since last Friday brianna. Ferguson was last seen in her west Roseville home, which she shares with her husband and daughter a contractor who often works with Ferguson and her husband's property manager company. Says he saw her at a meeting Friday morning and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. Ferguson drives a white twenty fifteen and Jeep Grand Cherokee, which is also missing license plate ends in seven five to a plastic. Ville man is behind bars and facing an attempted murder charge. After detective say he shot his girlfriend in the back. Deputies responded to a home along swan borough road on Sunday to investigate a reported shooting the alleged shooter Michael Spillers says it was all an accident at the scene deputies found a woman on the kitchen floor with gunshot wound near her shoulder. She was taken to the hospital in critical condition. The woman's name has not been released and detectives have not commented on her current condition. Nicd off this NewsRadio KP K today is national return day. And what that means is UPS will handle more returned holiday package than any other twenty four hour period during this year. So why do so many returns ended up going back to retailers today? According to UPS, vice president of US marketing, Kathleen Merrin, the company expects to process one point five million return packages today. She says the reason is consumers have more choices than ever as people are buying earlier. They're getting a chance to either keep that self gift or look at a a gift that they may want to get to somebody else and decide if they want to keep it.

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