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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Morning News with Christina and Danza and Sam Shame, Pfizer says it's time for a booster. But the FDA and TDC say not so fast. Pfizer says it will publish data that a third dose of vaccine to submit to the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. The company specified it would seek FDA emergency use authorization for this booster dose. The CBC and FDA says Americans don't need it. Not just yet. Governor News emerging all Californians to cut their water used by 15%, but critics say it's too little too late. We're joined now by Kfbk is Aubrey Aquino this morning? Good morning, Aubrey. Let's talk a little bit more about some of the criticism. What did you hear? When you started working on this? Lawmakers and environmental groups remain critical of the state's response to a year that's drying up quickly Restore the Delta executive director Barbara Berrigan. Perea likens drought response to measures put in place for the delta, where they're now stuck between bad choices. The public needs to know the governor's offices, receiving very bad advice from California Resources Agency and from DWR, the Department of Water Resources and if they would have held back water and not let so much water go for unsustainable almond fields in the San Joaquin Valley. Had planned better for how extensive this drought was going to be. Then we would not be in this problem. She says. California is in a worse position now than when we last had strict conservation orders. And at this point, residents have no choice but to conserve. Alright, Aubrey. So any other insights or perspective, prompting this reaction? While according to Bergen Perea restored the Delta wrote testimony about the Delta tunnels in 2016 warning about water evaporating or sinking into very dry ground upstream in the Sierra very easily and she says, that's exactly what happened if our scrappy little group Policy wonks and citizen scientists could figure this out six years ago. Why could it DWR plan for that? So her group is specifically pointing at the Department of Water Resources for mistakes they made, which have put California in this predicament. Assembly member Frank Bigelow is also critical of the state's actions, or rather inactions releasing a statement saying. Voters have been ignored, and we still have no new water storage. And while he thinks the governor for finally acting believes it's too little too late, Okay, thank you very much. Aubrey. Uh, this was very predictable. We just did a story with an expert. Not that long ago. So the guy talking specifically about water storage, So I think the guy's name if I'm not mistaken was Stephen Green Hut. And we have a podcast. If you go to kfbk dot com, or you can listen to our full 10 to 12 minute discussion with him, and he's very He's very critical of, he says. This is a water storage abundance issue, and it's not about conservation. We've done a horrible job right with abundance. You have to do both. You got to be on the front end have enough storage. And we we let 50% of our water flow out to the ocean of some of it is to keep the delta healthy, obviously, right. But yeah, there's a lot that we're not capturing so the numbers that you really should check it out. Listen to it, But the numbers that he gave to us in our discussion with this 50% is Christina just said goes up to the ocean 40% to agriculture less than 10% goes to actual urban areas. And of that about 2% goes to residential. So if you conserve at home, 15, that's 15% of 2%, right. I mean, you should should we conserve? Yes, Nobody's arguing against conservation. But the reality is is that it has, uh, and the big picture of very little impact, right? That's the reality of what the numbers show. All right, let's get outside and check traffic..

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Within the city limits. The move comes after some City Council members attended a workshop about dispensaries back in March. However, the city's considerations seem to be more economically driven. Sandy's Finance department found a proposed tax on cannabis dispensaries could bring it about half a million dollars a year. No word yet when the council could take a formal vote on allowing pot dispensaries. If approved, Santy would join San Diego, La Mesa and Lemon Grove, which all have authorized dispensaries. The state is imposing water restrictions for San Francisco and surrounding areas with a group is fighting back, saying a lesser flow could cause danger to two different kinds of fish. Even salmon. Congressman John Garamendi says the rainy season dried up quickly leaving everybody with tough decisions We're gonna have to it take some very difficult but necessary steps to conserve and preserve the water that is available so that critical needs of California can be met. Barbara Berrigan, Korea with restore the Delta says the governor's plan to reportedly asked those with historic water rights to conserve water is flawed. We'll have a press release, it will be a news conference. It will sound really great, and then when you get into the details of them, they mean nothing. They won't solve the problem. Berrigan Korea is especially concerned about the salmon run because low river flows threatened fish species like the endangered Delta smelt and long, thin smelt, the White House says renewed a tradition of releasing the president and for Ladies tax returns. Jared Halpern has more from Washington. President Biden and the first lady earned $607,000 last year and paid a 25.9% federal income tax rate. Biden's donated more than $30,000 to 10 Charities, the largest donations. The boat Biden Foundation, named for the president's late son, Vice president Kamila Harris and her husband, Doug M. Half earned more than $1.5 million last year and paid an income tax rate of 36.7% former president Trump broke with a decades long tradition in decline to release his tax returns during his four years in office. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy is coming out against the formation of an independent commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. McCarthy authorized one of his lieutenants to negotiate a bipartisan agreement with Democrats and a deal was announced last week. But McCarthy now says he can't support the agreement. You should a statement an accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of negotiating in bad faith on the scope of the commission's work. McCarthy has insisted the panel investigated other instances of political and violence unrelated to the Capitol attack, the full House expected to vote on forming the commission this week. Thank you. Pop sensation Ariana Grande A is not saying Thank you Next to l. A real estate agent Dalton Gomez Know TMZ reports the couple married.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Las Vegas is one of the latest to announce that it's going to start the academic year with distance learning. President Trump says These districts are failing. The nation's president Trump, saying he wants schools open. 100% will do it safely will do it carefully adding statistics I just read having to do with Children and safety on a very impressive, very strong immune systems. Dr. Deborah Burkes, member of the president's covert task forces, schools need to plan some people are putting up plastic shields. Of course, on many schools. They're having Children and teachers at Mass. We know all these things work, Burkes on, Fox News says it is not confirmed. The Children cannot spread Cove it easily. Two adults Chuck Seaver, It's an ABC News. The president appearing solo at a second Corona virus briefing in as many days, once again, encouraging America. Is to wear masks and NBC's Victor Kendo says that's leading to growing calls for a national mass mandate. A national daily death toll topping 1000 For the first time in two weeks, more states are now making masks mandatory to try to stop the spread The governors of Ohio, Indiana in Minnesota Joining a growing list of at least 31 states. Announcing new orders, California today surpassed New York in the number of confirmed cases. The president denies asking a U. N. U. S ambassador to persuade the UK to move to bring the British Open to his golf course. And Scott remembers a highly respected Courses. You know, one of the best in the world and I read. I read a story about it today, and I had never. I never spoke to what he Johnson about doing that No. But ABC News has confirmed that the U. S ambassador to the U. K. Johnson told colleagues that the president did, in fact asked him to do that. The National Hurricane Center is watching Hurricane Douglas in the Pacific Tropical strong Gonzalo could be a hurricane in the Atlantic tomorrow. You're listening to ABC News. Think and I hard radio station News, 93.1 Kfbk. I'm Joe Michael's News, 93.1. KFBK Governor Gavin Newsom says health officials are reporting a new record in daily covert. 19 cases of 12,000 people have tested positive for the virus in the last 24 hours with a 10% positivity ray a sober reminder Of why we are taking things as seriously as we are sober reminder of why we put in that mask mandate here in the state of California, the state is averaged around a 7% positivity rate in the last week of the new data marks a three point jump. California has also surpassed New York for the most cases overall, with more than 413,000 cases since the start of the pandemic. UC Berkeley officials are taking a cautious approach and say that all instruction will be online when the fall semester begins next month. The decision is a reversal from plans to allow for a CZ, many as 1000 in person classes across the sprawling campus sun August 26. Harmful algae is blooming along Stockton's downtown waterfront. Keith Boma Gregson of the State Water Resource is Control board says water quality testing confirms a level of toxicity that threatens public health. The type of toxins that were elevated are called micro assistant, and they can affect the liver as well as different stomach irritation. You get gastrointestinal impacts. Also contact with the sign of bacterial cells could meet skin rashes and irritation. Barbara Berrigan Perea of Restore the Delta says three things are needed. To prevent the growth of harmful algae. You need fresh water flows. You need to clean up pollution discharge and you need to create recirculation water opportunity possible. The bacteria is common in bodies of water, but it typically doesn't bloom. I'm Joe Michael's News, 93.1 Kfbk now traffic and weather together. Anything you know four Bob.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Local news breaking news traffic and weather BG Sacramento and kia BK FM Pollock pines from ABC news I'm Chelsea retained in federal court for his arraignment at this hour charge with federal hate crimes Grafton Thomas accused of stabbing and wounding five people Saturday at a Hanukkah party in a rabbi's house in Muncie New York calling the attack cowardly Callison calculated Senate democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer we need much stronger federal action because we're in a crisis crisis of hate Grafton's lawyer says his client has psychiatric issues in the past and wants a thorough mental evaluation form also breaking this hour the identity of the man who opened fire and parishioners and a Texas church on Sunday killing two of them Keith Thomas cannons last known address was within a few miles of west freeway Baptist church the forty three year old had an extensive criminal record that included aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in Texas and possession of an illegal weapon in New Jersey law enforcement sources say he's the man who pulled a shot gun from beneath his coat on Sunday shot and killed two church members before another member shot and killed him ABC Jim Ryan releasing three letters from doctors about his health of senator Bernie Sanders his campaign to letters are from cardiologists the other from Sanders primary physician the show in a stress test an EKG after his heart attack they characterize Sanders is being healthier than many men his age which is seventy eight the Wisconsin elections commission has deadlocked on whether to comply with the judge's order to remove anywhere from a hundred forty four thousand to more than two hundred thousand names from the state's voter rolls before a higher court can weigh in Wisconsin's a key swing state Philadelphia's appointed a new police chief to leave the trouble department that has been plagued by sexual harassment lawsuits and racial discrimination I am convinced that trust can be restored here and all across our nation and its new police chief Danielle outlaw most recently the PD chief of Portland Oregon you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm Bob Williams a one oh two with your top local stories forty million Californians will soon obtain sweeping digital privacy rights stronger than any seen before the U. S. posing a significant challenge to big tech and the data economy and help create California residents will be able to see what personal information companies have collected on them and request to be deleted the what they will have a limited legal recourse if they face obstacles law is the strongest so far in the nation the pilot in Thursday's fatal helicopter crash in Hawaii once lived and worked in northern California all the terror was born in stock and grew up in Carmichael this morning CBS thirteen is reporting he worked there was a pilot in the early nineteen eighties a helicopter he was piloting went missing late last week following a site seeing tour in quite the wreckage was found later in the day seven people on board the helicopter police say there are no survivors the sixty nine year old Metherell these behind a wife four grown children to one of those children lives in back of L. governor Gavin Newsom steam so they would say the trump administration over their new guidelines for water public but nothing has happened Barbara Berrigan police hurry up with restore the delta says she's worried usually when you come in and inspiration what it wants to fight trump administration out something gets into court pretty quickly transplant rich water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta to farms in urban areas we reached out to the California department of water resources but no one was available to comment about traffic and weather together sponsored by discover south of live oak highway ninety nine north and southbound remains closed due to early earlier fatal crash they were schedule get lanes reopened about this time haven't seen that happen yet also slow going at the west found fifty eighty merge heading to west Sacramento with eighty traffic backed up across the river flow going.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Team said they would sue the trump administration over their new guidelines for water pumping but nothing and has happened and Barbara Berrigan Perea with the group restore the delta says she is worried usually the Nixon administration what it wants to fight the trump administration out something good for the court pretty quickly transplanted for its water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta to farms and urban areas we reached out to the to the California department of water resources but no one was available to comment the black market is outpacing the legal part market in California KP case Brody Fernandez has details two years after California voters made it legal to grow and sell marijuana the industry is still losing profits to the black market the cannabis advisory committee's report to governor Avenue some in state elected official says there are a number of factors contributing to lacking legal pot sales they include taxes regulations and banking issues however illegal sales on the black market continued to be the biggest drag on the regular market this year legal pot sales in the state is estimated to be around three billion dollars but black market Canada sales could be as high as nine billion Brody Fernandez news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. billionaire democratic presidential candidate Tom star will be in Fresno today holding an event for the opening of his first campaign office in California he'll also meet with union workers Stiers the fourth presidential candidate to visit the Central Valley city after fleeing Castro judging Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders also open the campaign office in Fresno last month and democratic presidential hopeful people to judge slam Joe Biden for his vote authorizing the Iraq war KP case mark may field reports in an interview with Iowa public television the south bend Indiana mer said that Biden's vote for the war when he was a senator is an example of why experience in Washington isn't synonymous with sound judgment he called the war the worst foreign policy decision of the U. S. in his lifetime the former vice president has said his support for the war was a mistake mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and now to our Monday morning rap of the Sunday morning talk shows congressman Steve Scalise the Republican from Louisiana on fox news Sunday said he believes house speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are obsessed with impeaching president trump not just now but in the future our featured audio clip this hour well there is talk about more impeachments next year how about their focus on lower drug prices securing our border doing an infrastructure package that they could have done in a bipartisan way they don't want to do any of that because they become the party of impeachment they have this obsession it seems like with Karen out this political vendetta that they have against the president so that was what we heard from Scully's of course are going to be out until well another week and then they they go back to Washington DC and then in peach that's going to be back on the front burner but you know what's interesting about the Sunday morning talk shows yesterday was that impeachment was not the topic they all covered a whole variety of things we talk a little bit about the prayer breakfast that takes place every Wednesday that was one of the topics NBC tackle the really interesting thing about how Vladimir Putin is trying to control the messaging is country you know misinformation disinformation so on so forth that's going to be one of our featured audio clips coming up a little bit later there was also talk about North Korea and how the trump administration is responding to the the latest salvo that was a topic in another network so we saw a variety of topics yesterday which was unusual because I mean up until now every Sunday morning the topic was impeachment and it's it's finally starting to slide to the back burner for at least the time being for now you wonder if they they just know once we get into the first week of January well it's gonna heat right back up in January but then it did here comes the cold the next question after the vote in the Senate the trial wow how long does that is it gonna be front and center again my expectation is it's going to go away pretty rapidly because I think people are really tired of it so anyway that's just my read on we shall see we shall see we don't we write we don't know who knows never in this in this climate in this cycle forget it three to four weeks is two years like right here the top national stories a news ninety three point one kit Begay from ABC news I'm Brian Clark as the investigation continues into Saturday night stabbing during a Hanukkah celebration in Muncie New York that left five people injured New York governor Andrew Cuomo said Sunday this was about the thirteenth anti semitic incident in the state in the last few weeks if anyone thinks that something poisonous is not going on in this country then there in not in denial frankly but the family of the suspect graft in Thomas say he was not a member of a hate group of it that the thirty seven year old suffered from a history of mental illness meanwhile in suburban fort worth Texas the search for answers continues over yesterday's deadly shooting in a church some members of west freeway church of Christ see the stranger who sat down at the beginning of Sunday services made them on easy but that he was welcomed as a worshipper a short time later to parishioners would be dead as would the gunman shot and killed by armed congregants John Richardson is a member of the church if he was going to try to do something horrible he was going to do something horrible all you can do is do your best to stop people from happening to more people the church has planned a members only worship service for today Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas president trump continuing his stay in South Florida impeachment has reached a standoff the articles of impeachment still have not been sent from the house to the Senate in ABC's Rachel Scott tells us why all of this boils down to witnesses Democrats want top aides to testify Republicans are making no guarantees and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he can not move forward until he has those articles of impeachment in hand while lawmakers won't be back in Washington until after the start of the new year U. S. carried out military strikes in Iraq and Syria targeting an Iranian backed militia group blamed for an attack Friday that killed the US contractor difficult travel expected for parts of Minnesota Wisconsin and Michigan's upper peninsula a winter storm warning has been declared you're listening to ABC news okay are coming up in news from a neighborhood while program in and out frankly a lot of these programs are going to be implemented all across northern California on new year's eve you know when people have a little too much so they were going to go over a number of those things but anyway we got that from the three in a row coming up straight ahead let's get out of the road right now at this moment on a Monday morning at his mother pretty good this works right by nature valley oats and honey crunch bars things looking good on our freeways all the way around Sacramento we do have some pockets of heavy fog here there but the worst of it right now is on the cap city freeway and I. eighty across the top of town if you're super commuter headed southbound on I. five to two oh five and five eighty got a little heavy fog on a high five as you approach highway twelve but that's about the extent of it also got some heavy traffic on two oh five just as yet Tracy just before you get into town got an axe and with a couple of big rigs involved and that's causing a backup from almost all the way back to later once you get past that then any slowing ahead of use pretty mild the.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tip line downtown to fifty it's a traffic traffic on the tenth every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. if BK we have some rain around yesterday that is now gone it's left behind a little bit of that patchy fog and some low clouds that'll give way to sunshine though today pretty quickly as a north breeze kicks and highs will be in the upper fifties today tonight partly cloudy the moat mainly clear an overnight lows will be in the upper fifties our last day of two thousand nineteen tomorrow partly cloudy skies with highs in the upper fifties if you are heading to the bay area right now not too much Bob there San Francisco currently forty nine degrees might find some slick spots in the high country to coating of snow last night temperatures near freezing at Truckee Sacramento currently at forty two degrees heading to fifty nine a new study three point one KFBK thought of the stories that are trending on this Monday morning the raiders are no longer the Oakland Raiders KP Kay's Jordan Christmas explains you can now start calling the Oakland Raiders the Las Vegas raiders now that they're twenty nineteen NFL season is officially over the raiders lost on Sunday in Denver to the Bronco sixteen to five the raiders went for the two point conversion to win the game but failed after Derek cars pass was batted down at the line of scrimmage the raiders finished their last season in Oakland with the seventy nine record but will now head to send city as the alley Giants Stadium nears completion ahead of the twenty twenty NFL season during Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. governor Gavin Newsom's team said they would sue the trump administration over their new guidelines for water pumping but nothing and has happened and Barbara Berrigan Perea with the group restore the delta says she is worried.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"OS T. H. T. T. Orange County live on the I heart radio season hadn't even started my Michael supay live indicate if I twenty four hour news from another horse has died at Santa and knew that I had of the race tracks eighty third winter meeting a three year old gelding named true this reward was injured Thursday during a period when the track was close to work outs but open for jogging and galloping the LA times reports the wars broke his front leg on the training track thirty eight horses have died since Christmas two thousand eighteen Thursday was supposed to be centimeters opening day which traditionally starts December twenty sixth but track officials postponed it because of rain St I need officials say it's the first time since the nineteen seventy six seventy seven winter season the racetrack missed its traditional opening eleven races were run Saturday without incident Layla Mohammed KFI news California is the fight with the trump administration because of new federal guidelines loosening restrictions on water pumping new guidelines call for diverting more water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta areas further south Barbara Berrigan Parrilla with the group restored the delta says even though governor Newsome says he was going to sue over the new federal guidelines you haven't done it yet governor knew more than happy to oppose the trump administration on things that he considers morally wrong but it really seems that he is following the trump administration for lead California department of water resources released its new guidelines which basically mirrored the trump administration's plans two people have been killed in our church shooting in Texas before parishioners inside the church opened fire killing the attacker at nine fifty seven this morning what settlement police department received a phone call for gun shots specifically a patient with gunshot wounds here on the west freeway church of Christ we invite someone PD and what some of our apartment arrived on scene they did find a total of three patients totalling police chief JP buffering says to our emperor's there's a shot and killed the attacker were part of a security team at the church the attacker was armed with a shot gun the man arrested for the Hanukkah stabbings north of New York city's been arraigned on charges he attacked five people he pleaded not guilty today New York governor Andrew Cuomo has visited with the rabbi this family in the hole where the attack happened almost as a community will see increased patrols after the stabbing attack we see anger we see hatred exploding it is a an American cancer in the body politic this is intolerance meets exuberance meets illegality one of those stabbed is in critical condition with injuries to his head the LAPD says they have beefed up patrols in Jewish neighborhoods out of an abundance of caution after last night's attack in New York president trump still arguing with house speaker Nancy Pelosi during the holidays trump says Democrats are slowing down the process on purpose in not turning in the articles of impeachment of the Senate president says he wants to hear from what this is like the bidens and the whistle blower against him a B. C. Jonathan Karl says Senate Republicans are reluctant to commit to calling with this final has made it clear he would like to see no witnesses at all and I don't think he wants to see the Senate trial turned into something of a circus which would be I think you started bringing in the bidens a former vice president Joe Biden says if he is called to testify in the Senate we'll do it crash give north Hollywood on one seventy ramp to riverside Dr we have a crashing in C. H. B. crucible locking that your drive is bunching up as you.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Beaches and so much beautiful weather and everything of course when you look at their currency the rate of exchange it's so much cheaper you know it's kind of like that and it's better in the Bahamas people don't think about the history of what this particular town country encountered and that's what we're going to be talking to her about when we come back and teach it's going to be well a lot of information so looking forward to that I will be taking your questions as well so stay with this we'll talk to down we come back about the Philippines and what's been go what she's found out about this place all right more to come here Connie Willis on coast to coast AM and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the war over California's water between governor Newsome and the trump administration is at a crossroads with new federal guidelines loosening the restrictions on water pumping set to take effect soon Barbara Berrigan parecia with the group restore the delta says despite Newsome indicating that he was going to sue over the new federal guidelines that hasn't happened yet but it really seems that he is following the trump administration who lead sent a need is opening weekend reportedly marred by the death of another race horse though this latest finality happened on Thursday two days before Saturday's rescheduled opening day Martinez newspaper they began publishing before the civil war it's close to stores the Martinez news Gazette publishing its first issue in eighteen fifty eight today was its last issue that's the news I'm full for our checking KFBK traffic with Sacramento eastbound floor an on ramp that's florin road over to southbound ninety nine you have a two car crash that is off to the right shoulder seeds we have shown up on the scene looks like a tow truck is not going to be needed for this situation but obviously you might see a little bit of a delay with the flashing lights on the scene and sticking with the Sacramento area at what Avenue and myrtle Avenue you have a two car crash that.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Others who have a leasing question in the preface all that I'm not a big fan Lucien because with your cars too long but we're in the market for a new car for my wife and twenty twenty and depending on how things work I could be the eighteen months out worst case on having the down payment together that I'd like to have but I'm not real confident that the cars you drive now is not going to have big issues before we get ready to buy so I hear stories about how people structurally says short term leases and wind up with you know equity in it that makes sense for the lease and I'm wondering if you could walk me through under what circumstances people get on the leases short term leases and have equity work makes sense about the car because I'm wondering if you know if something really did major come up on our car might just leased a car we want for a year and a bias so I don't know much about anything so anyway that's that's the premise we're looking at an expedition back okay I've got a lot of leasing information on my website that I've written myself J. son on the FAQ page two years is the shortest term lease you can do anything less than that is is a rental but you can do a two year lease and then if you want to buy you can will you have equity at the end of that two years no way to know for sure because you can't predict market changes but I will tell you that typically the the company that sets residual values in the residual value is the amount that you pay at the end of the lease the company that sets that is really good at what they do they've been doing it forever and in so no I've seen people who have had equity in it that I'm told the story on the on the air before a lot of times the battle of a friend that was about to turn it released car when I said Hey let's see what it's worth and she had nine thousand dollars in equity it was a situation where she got into an escalade at a time when gas prices were high so the residual value was low they which came out the opposite occurred issue big issue vis or sell like crazy it was worth a lot of money I don't I can't tell you for sure if that's gonna happen but what I would tell you to do Jay is got a car from USA dot com read the lease rate the section on laci and I think by the time you get done with that you'll know if it's right for you you can get a card or you can get the right car call save now at one eight hundred ninety six seventy seven seventy seven and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the war over California's water between governor Newsome and the trump administration is at a crossroads with new federal guidelines loosening the restrictions on water pumping set to take effect soon Barbara Berrigan parecia with the group restore the delta says despite Newsome indicating that he was going to sue over the new federal guidelines that hasn't happened yet but it really seems that he is following the trump administration for lead Santa need is opening weekend reportedly marred by the death of another race horse though this latest finality happened on Thursday two days before Saturday's rescheduled opening day Martinez.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dan rather hit the road with Sammy Hagar once bands like Def Leppard and Bad Company light up the stage share punk rock stories with Patti Smith the scenes with in depth studio exposes including Metallica's black album it's all in the access TV channel found on your local cable or satellite provider two people are dead one person is in critical condition after shooting this morning at a church in suburban fort worth Texas that shooting was seen and heard on an internet live stream all the services at west freeway church in white settlement the sound of the gun fire in video shows the shooter was apparently shot by someone in the congregation A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan is on the scene after the massacre of twenty six people at a church in Sutherland springs Texas state lawmakers approved a measure allowing the carrying of concealed handguns in houses of worship less than four months after the statute took affected was put to a test here in suburban fort worth when a man armed with a rifle opened fire during a church service live stream video of the incident shows other church members drawing guns one of them shot the gunman Texas governor Greg Abbott in a statement said quote I am grateful for the church members who acted quickly to take down the shooter two people are dead one in critical condition Brian Clark ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the National Weather Service is urging people to stay out of the water on California's coast due to dangerous waves could reach twelve feet along the coast of San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara and around San Francisco that's why a high surf advisory is in effect until five this evening warning signs will start going up next week reminding people not to smoke on California's parks and beaches it's one of the many new laws beginning on Wednesday the law includes vaping and bands littering with cigarette **** the war over California's water between California and the trump administration is at a crossroads new guidelines call for diverting more water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta to areas further south Barbara Berrigan Parrilla with restore the delta says the new water diversion would threaten local wildlife the California department of water resources released its new guidelines which largely mirror the trump administration's plans that's the news I'm Kevin sure in a very pleasant good afternoon to you be careful Sacramento westbound I. ET at Madison Avenue there's a large box on the offramp so minor slowing for west Sacramento with about eighty between capitol Avenue in the yellow const way and if you're headed up to the mountains.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Scrambling to understand how to be compliant Tim Behar in a tech expert with creative strategies in the bay area says despite California consumer privacy act being passed rules are clear yet California just did not give a lot of information we have not even clarified yet on how they will enforce the law only affects businesses with more than twenty five million dollars in revenue or access to the personal information of more than fifty thousand people Behar and says he expects a set of regulations to be finalized by sometime next year and enforcement to occur shortly after the war over California's water between governor Gavin Newsom of the trump administration is at a crossroads with new federal guidelines loosening the restrictions on water pumping set to take effect soon if the case Mike blood has more the new guidelines call for diverting more water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta to agribusiness in urban areas further south Barbara Berrigan career with the group restore the delta says despite new some indicating he was going to sue over the new federal guidelines that hasn't happened yet governor near is more than happy to oppose the trump administration on things that he considers morally wrong but it really seems that he is following the trump administration to lead the California department of water resources recently released its new guidelines which largely near the trump administration's plans opponents like Berrigan Prius is the water diversion would threaten local wildlife particularly the iconic chinook salmon and delta smelt governor Wilson is tied to the same large agribusiness growers that president trump is out of the Westlands water district out your current family we reached out to the department of water resources but no one was available to comment Mike wants news ninety three point one KFBK millions of people across the world will ring in the new year next week and with it comes one of California's longest running traditions the annual rose parade in Pasadena get the case Joe Michaels joins us live.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Company scrambling to understand how to be compliant Tim Behar in a tech expert with creative strategies in the bay area says despite the California consumer privacy act being passed the rules are clear yet California just did not give a lot of information we have not even clarified yet on how they will enforce it the law only six businesses with more than twenty five million dollars in revenue or access to the personal information of more than fifty thousand people Behar and says he expects a set of regulations to be finalized by sometime next year and enforcement to occur shortly after the war over California's water between governor Gavin Newsom and the trump administration is at a crossroads with new federal guidelines loosening the restrictions on water pumping set to take effect soon if the case Mike blunt with more the new guidelines call for diverting more water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta to agribusiness in urban areas further south Barbara Berrigan career with the group restore the delta says despite new some indicating he was going to sue over the new federal guidelines that hasn't happened yet governor Tom is more than happy to oppose the trump administration on things that he considers morally wrong but it really seems that he is following the trump administration to lead the California department of water resources recently released its new guidelines which largely near the trump administration's plans opponents like Berrigan Prius is the water diversion would threaten local wildlife particularly the iconic tune examine and delta smelt governor Wilson is tied to the same large agribusiness growers that president trump is out of the Westlands water district out your current county we reached out to the department of water resources but no one was available to comment Mike wants news ninety three point one KFBK authorities say a huge redwood tree fell and killed a man visiting your what's national monument in Marin county on Christmas Eve officials say the twenty eight year old man from Minnesota died while walking on a marked dirt trail with two other people in the park just north of San Francisco it is famous for its towering trees the man was pinned by the trunk of the two hundred foot tall tree and died at the scene the tree fell following a series of winter storms over the past two weeks a park spokesperson called a very rare an isolated event well millions of people across the world ring in the new year next week and with it comes one of California's longest running traditions the annual rose parade in Pasadena if the case Joe Michael's joining us live now with more on the floats gently addressing a crisis facing our state and nation Joe Mike the theme of next week's annual rose parade is the power of hope with that in mind of the aids healthcare foundation is presenting a float aimed at giving hope to the homeless the foundation's Jed counselor calls it a cross between Dr Seuss in the wizard of oz a charming little cottages a little bit of yellow brick road and the centerpiece is a street lamp at the intersection of the streets hopes and dreams cancel says it's light hearted but with a message that focuses on the foundations innovative solutions to homelessness weakened purchasing and re purposing older single room occupancy hotels that we've been able to more quickly and more cheaply deploy as housing for extremely low income individuals and or for formerly homeless people the flow will be written by eighty eight year old Korean War veteran Herbert Butler he's now living in one of the hotels re purposed by the HHS health housing foundation after nearly twenty years of living on.

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"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To protect the personal data of Californians have companies scrambling to understand how to be compliant Tim Behar in a tech expert with creative strategies in the bay area says despite the California consumer privacy act being passed the rules are clear yet California just did not give a lot of information they have not even clarified yet on how they will enforce it the law only affects businesses with more than twenty five million dollars in revenue or access to the personal information of more than fifty thousand people a Haaren says he expects a set of regulations to be finalized by sometime next year and enforcement to occur shortly after the war over California's water between governor Gavin Newsom and the trump administration is at a crossroads with new federal guidelines loosening the restrictions on water pumping set to take effect soon gave the case Mike blood has a report the new guidelines call for diverting more water from the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta to agribusiness and urban areas further south Barbara Berrigan career with the group restore the delta says despite new some indicating he was going to sue over the new federal guidelines that hasn't happened yet governor near is more than happy to oppose the trump administration on things that he considers morally wrong but it really seems that he is following the trump administration to lead the California department of water resources recently released its new guidelines which largely near the trump administration's plans opponents like Berrigan Prius is the water diversion would threaten local wildlife particularly the iconic tune examine and delta smelt governor Wilson is tied to the same large agribusiness growers that president trump is out of the Westlands water district out your current county we reached out to the department of water resources but no one was available to comment Mike wants news ninety three point one KFBK thirty say huge redwood tree fell and killed a man visiting Muir woods national monument in Marin county on Christmas Eve officials say the twenty eight year old man from Minnesota died while walking on a March dirt trail with two other people in the park just north of San Francisco it is famous for its towering trees he was pinned by the trunk of the two hundred foot tall tree and died at the scene the tree fell following a series of winter storms over the past two weeks a park spokesperson called a very rare an isolated event the centers for disease control says skin lightening cream is the source of mercury poisoning in a Sacramento woman she showed up at the emergency room with numbness in her hands and face trouble walking and slurred speech which got worse over several weeks blood and urine tests showed mercury readings there were off the charts despite weeks of chelation therapy the woman still unable to talk and is being fed through a tube the CDC has issued a warning about using creams that come from unidentified sources in this case the cream was from a pharmacy in Mexico and tainted with methylmercury it was labeled as a ponds product but the company says the skin Leitner to remove spots and wrinkles was added after purchase Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. if we cannot let's get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK emergency officials in call why why you just gave an update minutes ago in the wreckage of the missing tour helicopter discover Justin past hours the took off last evening to why fire department battalion chief Saul canelo our resources located to brief from the missing aircraft in a remote area of cool Kay seven people aboard no sign of them yet but crews are out searching potentially.

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"barbara berrigan" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Ability to apply for asylum does not guarantee a given outcome no matter the merits because it's up to the secretary's discretion it's a little bit your honor this this is a little bit like the right to petition the government present agreements that that that right that entitlement to submit something does not guarantee any sort of substantive outcome and that's particularly salient here because this. this thorny to grant asylum is imbued with discretion at least one judge seemed skeptical of that argument questioning whether there was any statutory authority for the new rule. on the Congress is pretty specifically said that when an alien can apply you know whether or not there does need to port of entry then there. agency comes along promulgate a regulation that basically just wipe that out I don't think so you know said consistent with the etext of the statute the second case involves to remain in Mexico policy ACLU lawyer Judy the benefits pointed to reports of migrants waiting in Mexico being targeted for robbery kidnapping and rape given what was in the record known fact in the known dangers that migrants face in Mexico to adopt a procedure that is supposed to protect people against persecution and torture that has none of the safeguards that the government has used when it is implementing this procedure elsewhere just defies logic in both cases the plaintiffs want court injunctions blocking the new rules well the cases are heard in court the judges have taken the issues under submission there's no clue when they will make their buildings reporting for pacifica radio news KPFA I'm Christopher Martinez. environmental advocates are expressing dismay within a growing distrust of governor Gavin Newsom in the wake of his veto of Senate bill one the legislation passed by large margins in both houses it whatever rector legal shield against the trump administration's attempt to weaken or roll back environmental protection of California's natural resources but Dorian reports from Fresno. Senate bill one would have directed state agencies to keep in place Obama era federal and state environmental laws as long as Donald Trump as president it was opposed by farmers water marketers antic chambers of commerce but SP one was considered especially critical by bay delta abacus and the salmon fishing industry John McManus is president of the Golden Gate salmon association he's anticipating what comes next it's no secret that the interior department is going full speed ahead to try it seems more northern California water for delivery to the error in western San Joaquin Valley he can't take more water out of going to California without party Sam and worse than they've already been hard so we have a substantial threat based right now on the salmon runs that we rely upon to make a living the governor had a really easy opportunity to save the state protect our salmon runs to protect the eco systems the Central Valley from this attack from the trump administration and he took a pass Barbara Berrigan Perea heads restore the delta the coalition working to protect the ecological and economic integrity of the estuary I think the greatest threat is going to be water quality and that's because when they crank up the pumps specially during fall months it changes the water quality McManus says the attack could come soon that's because the U. S. bureau of reclamation has announced it will not release water this October as it has in the past to help maintain suitable habitat conditions for the endangered and declining delta smelt population state director of fish and wildlife Chuck Bonham urged the fed in a letter not to reduce those clothes saying it would undermine species protections any decision to replace that lost water would have to come from the state the trump administration is also threatening to weaken state laws that oversee air quality endangered species and publicly. hands Catherine Phillips is was Sierra Club California and says governor Newsome didn't fully appreciate the broad environmental protection at SP one would have provided unfortunately I think in this case we were getting more advice from people who are aligned with agriculture in the water contractors anyways getting advice or counsel from people understood the over the longer rides and what their water issues are what the endangered species issues are what their issues are and so on and so forth and how this bill would work in that context governor Newsome stated he thought S. B. one would threaten a collaborative process mediated by the state to resolve the conflicts between water users and environmental needs it came about after the state water board determined that increased flows from the San Joaquin River system were critical to rescue the state's endangered salmon habitat barber Berrigan Perea says voluntary settlements have been tried before and failed because no one wanted to give anything up what the voluntary agreement there's going to be peer reviewed by the goes out after that and a whole nother profits with the state water resources control board sh so. dissipate in that process and if we don't get a good outcome more that be delta water quality plan is put into place then you know I think there's going to be exactly an awful lot of litigation the new some administration insists it will staunchly defend California's strong environmental laws Attorney General hobby or by Serra has filed numerous lawsuits against federal actions in defense of the state's natural resources but the veto of S. B. one now has environmental advocates wondering how successfully the state will be in fending off the trump administration's attempts to roll back protections. Victorian pacifica radio K. F. C. F. Fresno. California will allow roughly forty thousand child care workers to Ginyu nice democratic governor Newsome signed the measure into law it takes effect next year and applies to workers who offered child care to families who get government subsidies the law says those workers can collectively bargain like other public employees although it does not turn them into state workers it would allow them to bargain over things like state reimbursement rates and payment procedures California child care workers have been trying to unite since two thousand four Newsome has also signed legislation allowing political candidates to use campaign funds for child care expenses incurred while they are campaigning that laws aimed at encouraging more parents especially mothers to run for office we are in the fundraising period here at KPFA on the first day of the fund drive this fall here at KPFA and. to a slow start I wanna thank Diana and all done in Oakland for making a contribution to contributions to donations to a listener supporters added to the rolls thus far or hoping that you will join them so we.

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