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California State Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Combat Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

The KFBK Morning News

03:10 min | 1 year ago

California State Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Combat Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

"In anti Asian hate crimes is prompting state lawmakers to stand together in solidarity and take action. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino has more on new bills being introduced to combat this situation. Aubrey tell us what state lawmakers are doing. To address this. We've seen the video, and it is so disturbing these hate crimes against Asian Americans in the state to many of whom are elderly. Ah package of bills has been introduced by the Asian Pacific Legislative Caucus this month to address hate crimes here in the state. San Francisco Assembly member David Chu is co author of a B 5 57, which would require the Department of Justice to create a statewide hotline for reporting hate crimes. And he says this week's $1.4 million carved out in the state's budget to track the hate surge is also progress. We had a resolution of the sword this past week around condemning the anti Asian hate and we had colleagues representing every straight and diversity of our state, who spoke up as Black. Let necks LGBT female Jewish colleagues to say this is unacceptable. And if you're coming for any buster coming for all of us Hsu explains that money will help to study and documents in a phobia and hate crimes against Asian Americans made the pandemic through the initiative. Stop a P I hate, which is recently documented nearly 3000 incidents of anti Asian discrimination and did the pandemic. So Aubrey, you know, Kristina just talked about how many of us have seen these videos and how disturbing it is. But you know, the question becomes when you see something like this online or you watch your newscast. You wonder? OK, Is this an isolated incident or how prevalent is it and I'm just kind of curious. What did you find out? I asked Assembly member to about that, given the large and diverse population of Asian and Asian American groups here in the Bay Area and the Greater Sacramento region, and he admits it's been shocking. There are incidents being reported all over the country, but data suggests California leads with more than 40% of all anti Asian hate crimes happening here. And he suspects most are in and around the Bay Area, despite all of the strides that we have made is a community that we're seeing so many manifestations of continued discrimination and hate and racism. Manifested in all sorts of ways from name calling and slurs to vandalism, discrimination in retail environment, physical assault and Some instances, murder Q says he is deeply disturbed by the recent murder of an elderly Thai man in his district and beliefs. Officials need to address the uptick in violence to make sure these incidents don't continue and that those responsible are brought to justice. All right, Aubrey, thank you very much. We appreciate that. Well, I know that in the Bay Area, there are groups now offering escort to an elderly specifically, specifically elderly Asian community members not to, you know diminish the importance of this legislation because it is highly important, but you also need to see Changing the way people think. Right? You know, there needs to be a transformation. Absolutely. Yeah, But in the meantime, those folks need to be protected for sure. For sure. 5 50 is the

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‘Nonessential’ California small businesses struggle amid changing rules for staying open in the pandemic

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

‘Nonessential’ California small businesses struggle amid changing rules for staying open in the pandemic

"This morning on California lawmakers to allow restaurant owners to open up indoor dining Cape because Aubrey Aquino has more on the story, countless small businesses and restaurants in the capital region have taken necessary measures to survive the past 11 months of the pandemic. Now John Cabot check of the National Federation of Independent Business is calling for lawmakers. Give these owners and even better lifeline by allowing them to open up indoors. Ah, lot of this pandemic is happening at home and in other settings and not in the small business, But more importantly, that small business owners are taking those measures to abide by the right rules to keep our customers and their workers safe. Capita credits factors like P P p dollars the vaccine and the pure grit of owners for helping keep businesses afloat in the pandemic. They're still many small businesses who are facing permanent shutdowns. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 Kiss became Kristina Aubrey

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

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"California this morning. Indoor warship is back on In the state gave becase Aubrey Aquino has more on this win for churches, synagogues and temples. Supreme Court justices have ruled California can't continue its ban on indoor church services. However, attendance will remain limited along with the restriction on singing and chanting inside. David Cartman is senior counsel for alliance defending Freedom courts that look that violates the First Amendment and violates the free exercise clause. In fact, it said, previously in case it's odious our Constitution to disfavor churches and religious organizations and it told the state you Could no longer do so. And that's extremely important for not only people in California wishing together for worship, but but everybody all over the country. Portman says It's a significant wind for ensuring government officials do not exceed their authority by bypassing the First Amendment when implementing coronavirus restrictions. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk concerning allegations this morning about what's going on inside California's billion dollar covert 19 testing lab case because Taylor Martin has more than him findings, CBS 13 interviewed over a half A dozen whistle blowers and obtained internal records and quality control reports. Documents reveal contamination, causing inclusive results to swab samples and inaccurate results Center patients. Whistleblowers even shared that some reported samples. Swabs were found in the restroom and provided photos and videos of lab techs using their phones and sleeping while processing. The nasal swabs were testing. The state's public Health department responded to CBS thirteen's investigation, saying the laboratory strives for continuous improvement through training and process improve. Meant tailor. Martin News 93.1 KFBK background A county executive NAV Deep Gil will retire this week amid charges he fostered racism, sexism and intimidation in the workplace. He's been on administrative leave during an investigation. Gill says he will retire on February 13th at 7 34 on this Monday morning. Here are your top national stories returning to Washington from a weekend in Delaware President Biden answering.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"And afternoons news 93.1 kfbk files and some son of times today with a high of 60 to 64. Tonight will be mostly cloudy. With a low of 45 49 Plenty of clouds tomorrow with the highest 61 65 for Wednesday partly sunny 63 the 67 I macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. I know it's 5 31 and hear the stories that are trending on this Monday morning, are you a Supreme Court has dealt a blow to Governor Newsome and a victory for religious leaders in California this morning. Indoor worship is back on in the state. Kfbk is Aubrey Aquino has more on this win for churches, synagogues and temples. Supreme Court justices have rolled. California can't continue its ban on indoor church services. However, attendance will remain limited, along with the restriction on singing and chanting inside. David Cartman is senior counsel for alliance defending Freedom courts that look that violates the First Amendment violates the free exercise clause. In fact, it said, previously in case it's odious our Constitution to this favorite churches and religious organizations, and it told the state you could no longer do so. And that's extremely important for not only people in California wishing together for worship, but but everybody all over the country. Portman says It's a significant win for ensuring government officials do not exceed their authority by bypassing the First Amendment when implementing Coronavirus restrictions. Aubrey Aquino News 93. 0.1 calf became. We'll have more details on the ruling with Aubrey Aquino coming up at 5 45 concerning allegations this morning about what's going on inside California's billion dollar Covert 19 testing lab can't be Kay's Taylor Martin reports Now on new findings. CBS 13 interviewed over a half a dozen whistle blowers and obtained internal records and quality control reports. Documents reveal contamination, causing inclusive results to swab.

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California Lawmakers Propose Legislation to Reopen Theme Parks More Quickly

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

California Lawmakers Propose Legislation to Reopen Theme Parks More Quickly

"Has been introduced at the state capital to open California theme parks gave because Aubrey Aquino has more now on the assembly bill. Before 20 would place all of California's theme parks and orange moderate Tier three Under the state's covert 19 industry guidance for reopening Assemblywoman sharing court. Silva is one of the lawmakers throwing strong support behind that bill. We also know that through tourism, our entertainment industry has just been devastated over a million and a half jobs lost in in my particular district. Which hosts not very farm and Disneyland. We have over 20,000 employees that are home This every woman also says we've seen theme parks and other parts of the country responsibly reopened. So it's time to get a plan in place for California to recover and reopen to

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"In reduce recidivism. Okay, Thank you very much. Aubrey Aquino are alive for so this morning on the plans to maybe potentially expand the downtown. Well, it looks like they're gonna have to do it if there's a legal requirement. Yeah, they're locked in. They've got to get it done. The question is, what does it look like? All right, let's get outside and take a look at traffic. Brian Nobles is standing by. This report is right by the center of Sierra Health Foundation. We've an issue on westbound. I 80 Caltrans reports that there is a police activity on westbound. I 80 just before the connector to the Cap City Freeway. They say the connector is shut down. We don't have an estimated time of getting down. Reopen. Traffic is backed up to Madison again. Westbound. I 80 connected to the campsite. Westbound Camp City Freeway shut down due to police activity. Otherwise rest of our freeways and moving pretty well. If you're super commuter headed westbound on I 80 onto the Bay Area right now. No delays all the way to the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza. Little bit of a slow down right at the merge. Getting onto the bridge. It's brief, and then you're good to go all the way into San Francisco. If you're on 6 80 headed into the East Bay. You look great across them in each of bridge right through concrete. Pleasant hill in Walnut Creek. Kobe 19 vaccines are here. They're safe. They're effective and available at no cost. They're being distributed to affair and phased approach. When it's your turn. Get back. Undated and keep wearing a mask. Because together we can end the pandemic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Files and a limited son today include with a chance of a shower this afternoon this evening today signed 53 to 57 clearing later tonight with a low of 37 to 41 mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of 57 to 61.

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Take care of you helping others around you to learn more about your workplace rights. Visit d i r dot CIA dot go forward slash covert traffic on the tent, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Flash flood watch remains in effect through this afternoon. That'll be cloudy and breezy this morning with rain tapering to the shower and mostly cloudy with a couple of showers around this afternoon and early tonight, Even a thunderstorm in spots are high today 51 to 55. Lingering clouds late tonight with a shower the 43 to 47 by macular, There's Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 km became rain and 48 degrees in Roseville. Currently 49 in Sacramento was stories trending on the cave became morning news across Northern California Lights are out in a number of neighborhood this morning. The cleanup is underway from the first wild wave of this storm front cave Because Aubrey Aquino reports, this week's downpour is keeping emergency crews busy Sacramento Davey provides professional tree services and they've been feel The emergency calls since the Big Storm. First hit arborist met. Morgan has been checking out the damage. So far. We're almost looks like a hurricane came through Sacramento. It's been so bad. I've been non stop looking at stuff with just trying to get trees on the houses right now and then, you know, do the secondary Afterwards. P. Ginny is also on watch for downed power lines. It doesn't take out much wind to knock those over, particularly once the ground becomes saturated and free sample of the power lines, knocking power lines down, So we are seeing that spokesman Jeff Smith also warns customers may see more power outages this weekend. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kid became There were a number of close calls His trees toppled in the high winds here scampi case Marshall Benson between the power outages, car accidents and flying debris. Many were affected last night by the seasonal storm. One family narrowly avoided tragedy as a tree.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Is 609. I'm Aubrey Aquino filling in for Kitty O'Neil this afternoon at news 93.1 kfbk traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Dana has says it's been a little busier than expected for all holiday on Monday, this Martin Luther King Jr holiday. What's it looking like? Right now, Dana. A lot of accidents early on, didn't help things now again locally. We're looking pretty good. It's people trying to get home from a weekend in Tahoe. I believe the long weekend. Right now brought to you by stocking Honda downtown of the split is gonna be eight minutes. That's fantastic. He's found Cap City. Also eight minutes after Roseville on eastbound 80 to slow down again begins around. Looks like Horseshoe bar Now as you come in on westbound 80 that's going to take you to Kirby before it completely disappears. So hang in there. Heavy traffic will end about Douglas Boulevard. If you go in they'll grow by 5. 11 minutes, 10 minutes on 99 out of Folsom. Just 18 minutes on eastbound 50. That's up to mom time. Don't have the woodland 16 minutes North bound. I'm five and out to Davis. That's gonna be about 11 to 12 minutes on a year. Westbound 80 commute and thinking you missed the best deals before the new Year will not at Stockton, Honda Save thousands with low A P R financing A great lease rates is over 600 new hundreds anytime, anywhere, it's all here. Stockton honda dot com Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. A wind advisory is in effect through tomorrow evening. Clear skies expected for tonight We'll see winds gusting past 40 MPH expect a low tonight of 46.

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California Minimum Wage Rises To $14 An Hour

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

California Minimum Wage Rises To $14 An Hour

"$14 an hour for businesses with 26 orm, or employees and $13 an hour for businesses with fewer than 25 Employees Cape Because Aubrey Aquino has the story, Sacramento Small business owners are feeling an even tighter squeeze with the minimum wage increase. Kicking in along with the new year. They say they knew this was coming. But the timing couldn't be worse. Most of us will be raising our prices because all of our vendors have already raised our prices. That's actually in my opinion hurt those that it's in that this minimum wage increases intended. Help Jamie Desmond Ison own Steamers Cafe, an old Sacramento and predicts she'll also have to cut back on employee hours and be more selective with future hires as a result of the new law. Aubrey Aquino News

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The apparatus Bay and to create a storm drain system so water doesn't continue to migrate under the concrete and make the dirt's soft whether they're going to put in a poll. You really want that point? I think they're great. Fire departments need poles. They just they need him. I know the elevators before now, hear the were just single story. Yeah. Ah, Okay, Micro. You're a fan of micro this guy used to host Ah, uh, show called dirty job. It was so good. Yeah, these other shows, too, and he has foundations and he's very helpful. He's very right. Leaning. He's conservative viral Facebook post this week talking about how he opposes student loan forgiveness. Quote. I don't want to see more people borrow money. They can't afford to pay back. But nor do I wish to pay it back for you, he writes. You know, he goes on to say that for those who took out these loans, these big student loans that they can't pay back. The fault belongs to you. So does the debt. He's talking about personal responsibility and that that particular opinion of his is right, Lainey. He tends to be pretty libertarian. Yes, And and he has long advocated hard work. And yes, And in fact, you know, even when you talked about the trades, and he's been a big promoter of the trade, big time, in fact, that's dirty jobs that that was essentially the foundation of that whole show traveling across the country. And interviewing and telling the stories of people who do tough, tough job and I've seen him many times. Do interviews saying exactly what you're talking about in terms of the trades, right? Um, January's E think has a foundation that helps. He's a very bay Area guy. By the way there a long time. All right, let's zoom gonna shock that next. Yes, we're gonna talk about whether or not restaurants are essential. Should be essential. And the move the pushed by a number of California senators make that happen. Yeah, and the Aubrey Aquino did a lot of digging on this one Pretty. It's an interesting concept to make restaurants. I mean, food is definitely essential, you know? Right. And there are people who say it's essential we get those businesses back Open. We have all been coming your way in three minutes. Your top story. Local news Continuing coverage news going in depth here is more than just the headlines. Death perspective on the KFBK. Afternoon news, Kitty only on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. The best way to feel love is to share it. That's why Subaru created the Subaru share The love event this year. We're continuing to share the love By the end of this our 13th year, Subaru in its participating retailers will have donated over $200 million to help those in need.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Latino vote, the African American vote. How many of them swung Republican. It was a fascinating election. I mean, I know it's highly controversial, but it was fascinating. All right, The judges ordered the D M V to stop banning personalized license plates that they deem offensive. The court calls it a free speech violation are Aubrey Aquino spoke with the attorney who won that case, and she'll join us in three minutes cold, Good 19 when you need to know Governor Newsome is warning that tough new stay at home orders could be on the way These trends continue. We're gonna have to take much more dramatic, arguably drastic action if they connected with 33.1 kfbk. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some food. Gotta find yourself a black sweater lit up. Whether again something good. Listen, listen, beautiful Mom machine ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something A before follow from people. Then the hot found that. Oh, the horse of yours. And head on down to Roy's. It is the season for steak and cheese. And at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's thin slices of be steak with melted American cheese smothered with grilled onions on a roll and arise. They say, Hell, big and they welcome you Tuesday, So come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah. Roy Rogers restaurants mistaking. Cheese sandwich his back then $25 on gift cards. Get a $5 bonus for.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Alone. Eight o'clock in the morning. They were sold out yesterday. Yes, you decided, so I decided to come this morning to see if they have some boys and store and they said Yes. So we're here for that? Well, that's dedication. Going two days in a row. Two city. Wow, I'm amazed by that. And then there were folks in Wayne, New Jersey, waiting outside the Willowbrook Mall in the middle of the night as they waited for stores to open this morning. When I got here, there wasn't that many people. More people keep coming because he thought maybe he would be on time. But a lot of us have been here for last, Like, six hours. Okay. One more clip Willowbrook Mall from Wayne, New Jersey, Kind of one doing in person since we've been inside so much came out 12 o'clock until buy me a police station on. Yeah, I want to make me some money. Okay, so that's what's going on. Physically. It stores this morning around the country. I don't I don't do it, And I think it's lost its luster the past few years, especially with the emergence of online shopping but clearly People are still out there for those deals, Pandemic and all. So that's actually what we want to talk about coming up in the less than 20 minutes is the whole online phenomenon because Amazon is expecting to get crushed. So, to the extent where on Wednesday they came out and said, You know if you can order something and go pick it up. We would prefer that because we can't guarantee you. We can deliver it on time, man, so they're really gonna get hammered. FedEx comes out on Wednesday morning and says We're running short on delivery trucks. So that's the reality out there. So we're going to hit the online side of this story coming up in the less than 20 minutes because it could be a big big boom for online industry. That and the day's top stories. We get your forecast for the weekend, and that's looking nice as well. And along with Aubrey Aquino, I'm Sam Shane. Here on the kid became morning news. We're back.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"And let's check Chico, who 57 degrees. All right, we'll go. Oh, And thanks, thanks to Taylor Martin Taylor at the editor's desk today. Appreciate it very, very much. And Aubrey Aquino, who was here today, filling in for Joe and then Kendall. Just doing her regular job working hard, like she always does. Sticking around for this man. For his show Me who you? Hi. What? Me worry. Okay, It's my turn. Yeah. Hi, kitty. Hello, Pat. Happy Tuesday to you? Yes, I'll say it, Zbynek. Good. Yeah. Good day. Good. I'm loving the rain, are you I'm loving the rain. Okay? Don't love driving in it. No. But I love the rhyme we needed. So bad, right? Do you like get in signing the radio like being outside in the rain? Just like having the atmosphere of it. I like the atmosphere of it. Of course, we need it really bad that's just feels like the Earth is just soaking it up in our area like it just is thirsting for it. So I love that. Alters my musical tastes. Does it took a little walk in the rain today is very nice. I just get a little anxious driving in it. Okay, That's all. I can see Why? Because not everybody pays attention to how slick it can be amazing. I know it isn't if you've ever done a little donut in the rain. I think that will change. Like, okay. Next time, I'm gonna be careful. But anyway, we're talking about Thanksgiving and gatherings and things like things like that, I think would bring that up tonight. So why don't more people I mean, we're not supposed together. Are we going to gather for Thanksgiving? Also? Also, there was no mention of a curfew. Which, okay, That's a whole different story, but dead lucky and space junk. It's the Pat Walsh 07 to 10. Sounds good. Stick around for pad. I'll see you tomorrow at four. Here on news 93.1 cape became life everywhere on the I Heart radio out. Less than 30 minutes. Breaking news, the second of heaven on Sacramento's news, 93.1. Hey, FBK, waking up to no hot water or even worse. A leaking water.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Healthy California learned more force healthy a dot org's traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk a cool day today with sunshine and clouds and a high of 61 to 65. Clear to partly cloudy and quite chilly tonight with a low of 37 to 41 cool Tomorrow some sunshine followed by increasing cloud the high 60 to 60 for Thursday, times of sun and clouds and remaining cool with high again 62 64. My back you others. Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk currently 15 degrees in Truckee 39 degrees in Folsom 32 degrees in Stockton out of the stories trending on this Tuesday morning, the homeless crisis in California continues just to spin out of control with few solutions insight. Nowhere is that more evident. And in downtown Sacramento, where the number of homeless people has jumped 150% in the past year. KP case Aubrey Aquino has been talking to downtown leaders who are speaking out. The downtown Sacramento partnership says it's a toxic situation for Sacramento. Businesses lack the tools and resource is necessary to get a handle on the situation. Executive director Michael Ault says businesses are thinking twice about being downtown Sacramento and its current environment. Not a place We want to invest in, let alone bring our employees, too, And that should be hard for everybody to hear because we've spent years building downtown and we have taken Backwards that probably have downtown progress back two years. All estimates 30% of businesses have permanently closed with others trying to hold on. But they need the.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Kfbk Tonight will be clear and chilly. Well, ceelo tonight 41 2 45. Tomorrow will be beautiful with plenty of sunshine tomorrow. Expect a high 78 82 Saturday warm with plenty of sunshine Saturdays. I 79 to 83 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana News. 93.1 kfbk 66 in Sacramento, 66 fulsome and Chiko Hey 66 degrees. And our thanks to Kendall Toby, who's here, of course, is staying the night with Pat Wall Show. Also, Brody Fernandez, Taylor, Martin, Aubrey Aquino and all the other Fine folks on the K F. K Afternoon news. It's pat Walls. Whoa! Hot. We had to You're in Dodger land. Oh, my, I wass. I know. I have to be anywhere wasn't sick. I wasn't I wasn't ill. No one was even pretending You were really so everyone kind of got the stills all of a sudden I did the week off. If it's your time off you issue on Yes. And I did. I took a chance. And I did that. Yeah, we'll talk about that tonight. Tonight's our Big Halloween show. It is because this is what I'm hearing. So don't tell me you're not off tomorrow. I'm gone tomorrow. You work You're still dio helping with law enforcement tomorrow you are. Yes, I am. Actually, I'm doing my good duty alone. You explain that more coming up? No. Okay. I am not at liberty to do so serious tonight. It's about all about Halloween and having some fun, OK, if you want to talk to pat, you better do it tonight. Thank you. Alright. Very good. Yeah, I'll see you tomorrow. Here at four in the afternoon news here on KFBK. Next update.

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Only One El Dorado County elementary student tests positive for COVID

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01:00 min | 1 year ago

Only One El Dorado County elementary student tests positive for COVID

"Hour power with the story of a local school where kids have been back in the classroom for almost two months. And there's just been one case of covered 19 Eldorado counties. Rescue Union School district has a hybrid model for in person instruction. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino spoke to to Superintendent Superintendent Cheryl Cheryl Olson Olson about about how how they're they're doing doing at at seven seven weeks weeks into into the the school school year year with with in in person person hybrid hybrid instruction instruction and and only only one one positive positive case case of of Corona Corona virus virus among among students students and and staff staff in in the the rescue rescue Union Union school school District District Superintendent Superintendent Cheryl Cheryl Olson Olson says says So So far far so so good. good. We We certainly certainly understand understand that that some some people people have have Other Other things things going going on on in in their their families families that that maybe maybe health health confirms that maybe an age age factor So there are other reasons not to come back in person, and we completely respect that and understand that and believe that it is our responsibility to provide choice. Prior to the start of the school year, parents were given the option to enroll in a hybrid learning model or opt for distance learning. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk. Kfbk is

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon. It is for 40. I'm Aubrey Aquino in four Kitty O'Neil at news 93.1 kfbk traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Here's Dana head right to my batteries, plus bold saying that thing's getting busy on our roadways as well. Uh, right now downtown. The splint is about 13 14 minutes, but we just had a report of an accident popping up here and I'm gonna read it. The first time eastbound cabin exposition looks like two vehicles in the number one or fast lane. So that's not gonna help us at all. Splendor. Roseville nine minutes on. He's about 80. Downtown. L grow 14 minutes and I five also 14 minutes on 99. But that big slowing is going to be from l grow Boulevard all way down to consume this river north bound traffic slow coming out of gulf. Dig it up to grant Line Road downtown at Folsom Eastbound 50. 18 minutes Westbound 50 in Stockton Boulevard and injury accident. Apparently a vehicle hit the side wall called unquote and they've got gasoline leaking Brahmin and ambulance responding. Downtown, the Woodland 16 minutes, North Valley five and out. Davis was found 89 minutes and batteries. Plus they do more than fix phones and tablets. They help their neighbors power their lives. Is it batteries plus in store curbside, non line for fast, reliable phone and tablet repair. Learn more batteries, plus dot com traffic on the tents, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 can't be Kay. 16 and here's a look at the weather forecast. Tonight, ese with a low 57. Tomorrow in abundance of sunshine quality.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sun and very smoky again today with a high of 86 to 90 easy and smoky tonight with little 55 59 easy son and smoky tomorrow with a high of 80 to 92 For the same on Wednesday with a high of 87 to 91 immaculate meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 KFBK currently were listed as having an unhealthy air quality within 1 78 currently 58 degrees outside with stories now trending on the KFBK. Morning news. There is where this morning that morbid businesses are looking to move to the Sacramento region. KFBK Aubrey Aquino has more now on the new numbers and where they're coming from. The Greater Sacramento Economic Council is experiencing a 400% increase on enquiries. Business is thinking about putting roots down in the area and council CEO Berry Broom says this market is ranked number one for new migrants, Many making their way here from the Bay Area. I would say it was this kind of traffic with the unemployment rate. And the speculation in the capital markets. I am surprised by how well we're doing, but that should boy people in our community and give her going a sense of optimism. That our current situation's going to improve really well, there's broom says it's larger economy firms. Pharmaceutical biotech fintech mobility and software who all have their sights set on Sacramento. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 can't became the Brodrick Roadhouse in Midtown Sacramento needs Mohr outdoor space to stay open. Kfbk sneak a Magog? Yes, with story. Errol. Managers at the restaurant are saying the property management company won't let them participate in Sacramento's alfresco dining program. Broderick Roadhouse says the homeowner's association, which governs the property, is not letting them add extra tables or expanded barriers. The city has already approved the restaurant's request,.

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"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Aubrey Aquino joins us to explain how all this works. So here we are, With rolling blackouts going on today, Audrey tell us more about how people can get paid to lower their energy use. It's a free program at pays Californians to lessen their energy use when the British stressed own connect. It's California's leading clean energy program and their CEO, Cisco Device says in heat waves like the one we're in right now, there just isn't enough electricity being produced to meet the high demand, he says. The next few years will also be a struggle as the golden state transitions away from fossil fuels. Right now. California Dirt are really digging deep and doing something to help the grid and help each other on and they should be paid for. That's only appropriate. Avery's also believes that when we make it through this transition, the grid will be better, cheaper and cleaner. So Aubrey how much of a difference do you say the program like this makes We'll own connect offers the example of when their program kicked in. During the August heat wave. They paid out more than $1 million to California residents during that heat wave in the blackouts three weeks ago, and one gigawatt was conserved. It is the equivalent power necessary to run 625,000, California homes for an hour. Or my favorite is it's the same amount of power that it would take to toast 89 million slices of bread. So with his example it really gives you that picture of it was a significant amount of energy saved. He also said in that heat wave, additional rolling blackouts were actually avoided because users did their part to lessen stress on the grid well in and there's a there's a much broader discussion about whether or not California has a sufficient power grid to begin with, But we can get into that another time. Talk a little bit about if you would all be who can who can take part in this program? So anybody who has a utility account can sign up and they don't have to be a homeowner. You can own your home where you could get a renter. As long as your electricity provider participates in a program like P Jeannie participates. They say users can earn anywhere from 15 to $40 a month by saving energy during those peak times. What they do is they send a text where there's an ohm our and that's the hour when they want you to power down, and not only does it lower the energy bill, but like I said, people are getting paid for it. Okay, Aubrey. Thanks very much I get maybe this. Maybe it's makes it a little bit more palatable for California's that they're going to get paid. In a state where they don't have enough power. You know, I mean, is that there's a much bigger issue here of how is it that we got ourselves in this position where we have a power grid that has to shut down when it's Ah, you know, triple digit temperatures or the wind blows a little bit feels very third worldy. It really does does let's get outside and take a check.

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"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"McKay's Aubrey Aquino spoke with him and has the story. Long time California developer Paul Petrovich is contemplating a move to the Lone Star State. This isn't something that on a whim, I'm going, it's something that you have to do to survive. Petrovich is a prominent developer in Sacramento and Davis and with looming issues like a wealth, tax or rent control laws in California, he's thinking it won't be good for business. The bigger concern is that there's a never ending number of proposals coming out of the assembly and the Senate that Newsome is not. Saying he will veto after 40 years of developing areas of the cap city. He says he's not gonna sell those properties just to get out of here but admits elected officials in Austin, Texas, are extending their hand and the signs are starting to point in that direction. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk Wildfires. News 93.1 KFBK Continuing coverage. The sheriff's office in Napa County is named three victims who died from Tennessee Fire case works at the free ride is married and has promised his 19th. They're home. And when you just lay there, home bird on August 18th fires we might name the time and date of death is unknown. Jordan does, Mister newsman three point line. Okay, want placements? Businesses that may not even blind with 19 guidelines. Give me my pocket reports 63 businesses on the way to have complaints against me. Is with the county does not comply could lead to the stake it involved, but they couldn't find anything about multiple complaints about multiple incidents. The complaint will be escalated in tears, two and three to the appropriate local jurisdiction and state enforcement agencies for follow up, McCracken says the biggest complaint is that businesses are not requiring customers or employees. TTO wear face coverings. Mike Baka NEWS 93.1 KFBK Joe Biden is expected to have record breaking donation numbers for August.

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"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nineties by Labor Day, sacramental Republic FC is awarded $10,000 to help small businesses in the region. KFBK Aubrey Aquino explains. Nominations are pouring in as Republic FC fans weigh in with their picks for local businesses who could use a kick start. Grant President and Chief operating Officer Ben Gumpert says he's amazed by the community effort. Everything from cupcakes. Jims to restaurants. That small consultant really runs the gamut and great to see so many businesses that people think Leo and again we think this is just a star. You want to continue that work and promote amazing businesses all across this region. The team will continue to accept nominations on their website until September 11 when fans will determine the top five finalists. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 KFBK In the headlines this morning Christina Interesting article from NBC News. They studied the number of black students. In the segregated schools in Minneapolis, and then they broadened it out. And they looked across the United States of America across the U. S. The percentage of black students and highly segregated schools has grown. Since 1993 in 1993 years, 33.2% in 2018 39.6% of these, like college students are students in elementary through 12 K through 12 schools. And you know, of course in 1970. There was the whole busing issue was segregation, which was was highly contentious to try to get rid of segregated education right, but it's now becoming increasingly more. Either popular or more evident. There's more of it in America today than there was in 1995. So we're not sure if this is self segregation like moving in, but you know, probably predominantly black people move into black neighborhoods or moving in some cases, it isthe some cases. This choices and and the courts have given Mohr leeway to individuals and to school districts, and they're not as strict as they were in the 19 seventies with that forced busing issue in Boston. That thing is upside down, and SLA school district's are The cost is well, I mean, they're facing financial difficulty, right? So it's a trend that NBC News is reporting on this morning. All right, let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 KFBK President Trump.

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"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey aquino" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To see highs around 96 degrees and a warm up is in store for the weekend. We'll have your detailed forecast in 10 minutes right now. 70 degrees in Auburn stocking that 63 62 in Sacramento again heading TTO high of 96 on news 93.1 kfbk. There are encouraging reports this morning in the fire fight in California crews are getting the upper hand on most of the state's wildfires and Morning. Kate McKay's Aubrey Aquino has the story of a Vaca Ville man who lost his farm. The fire Mark Richard and his wife lived and worked on their property and never got the call to evacuate. Because of the rolling blackouts and power outage. Everyone made it out safe. But Mark describes the moment leading up to the destruction as an ocean of fire coming down the hill. They've since returned to find their acres of land scorched fire, claiming everything on the property. However, he is leaning toward rebuilding the farm and well wishers are offering to help. A lot of people said Hey, we have your irises. We know the names of them. We'll send them to you, and that's going to be amazing. So well. They're going to send irises back to us and we could plant them and then rebuild the fields, So that's going to be fantastic. A true survivor. Richard has beaten stage four cancer, made it out of bankruptcy and also recovered from Cove it this past March. Opry Aquino News 93.1 KFBK San Francisco mayor London breeds Says she's concerned about the city's budget. KFBK is Jordan Christmas has the story. Mayor Breed said that she is concerned about changes the board of Supervisors made to the budget. One of the changes was the decision to spend the entire $59 million in business tax reserves to pay for raises for city workers. The board made changes to the mayor's proposed budget for the 2021 22 21 22 fiscal years. City officials spent 16 hours discussing the budget before approving it. Jordan Christmas news 93.1 KFBK. The foster Farms plant in Livingston has been closed for said county health officials shut down the building after a Corona virus outbreak more than 350 employees tested positive for the virus. Eight of them have died. The outbreak started the end of June that building will reopen once the outbreak is under control. Hurricane Laura has weak into a tropical depression this morning, but there's widespread devastation across Louisiana, NBC's Morgan Chesky reports. It was a Category four hurricane that roared assure the coast of Louisiana, leaving behind a trail of destruction with winds that top nearly 150 miles an hour here in Lake Charles. The damage from Hurricane Laura Is evident in almost every building. You look at.

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Defunding the police

The KFBK Morning News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Defunding the police

"Abbott announced plans to freeze property taxes in cities that vote to defund there. Police departments. This comes after Austin officials voted last week to cut the city's police budget by by a a third third and and shipped shipped those those funds funds to to Social Social Services Services haven't haven't argued argued that that defending defending police police forces forces in in danger danger citizens citizens from from city city should should not not then then be able to raise taxes on well, This is not a difficult math problem to figure out if you do fun. Police departments get guess what police officers do. I believe this is a growing trend in in America today. The mayor of Los Angeles have proposed cutting the police budget there by $150 million in Colorado. There's a bill that would allow police officers to be sued. Sergeant Rob Pride is with the Fraternal Order of police, and he's a patrol sergeant in Colorado. Here's what he told ABC Action News in Tampa. There's officers in my department better Talking about wanting to get out of law enforcement early. That's just in his department. We just did a story about how San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department is looking for someone 100 officers, right, right, And that's a big No, no, that's that's a lot of that's a lot of need. Okay, that's that's just there. OK in in our neck of the woods. Then you talk about Colorado and you go across the country in fact, There's an outfit out there called the Police Executive Research Forum. They have reported that 63% of departments nationwide saw a decrease in applicants in the last five years. Okay, so this is a trend that goes back pre pandemic. In the last five years, people applying to be officers has been dropping significantly. Sergeant Pride says The recent efforts to defund police Department's that's only made matters worse will be relegated to B, a reactive police forces with no additional programs and no additional interaction other than To enforce the law in a rest. You know that's not a profession. I want to be a part of So Aubrey Aquino made some phone calls for us on this yesterday and talked to the folks at the Sacramento Police Department. And they say they have not seen a drop off that it's remained consistent both in applications and a number of officers retiring over the years. The requirements to be a police officer have gotten more stringent. I mean, more officers are required, especially if they're going to be moving up the ranks, toe have college degrees or additional training. So that was happening pre pandemic right And then after the pandemic and the riots and moved to defund, a lot of them are just saying, You know what? I'm I'm a year away from retirement. I've got a lot of time on the books for sick time and leave amount, and then you're in Colorado and they say, Way to say I could get sued. Wait, wait a minute here. I don't know if I want. I want it, Za tren. It's a disturbing trend just because communities need law enforcement at some point Let's

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