11 Burst results for "Bay Santa Cruz"

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Federal forests In recent decades, most of the forest Service funding has been raided every year on fire response and less and less and actually doing things like prescribed burns. And ecologically sensitive treatments in the forest. Our Forest Service partners in California's haven't had the money to do that Crew foods has funding will indicate how committed the administration is to help in California combat wildfire. I'm Kevin Starke. Take you any news? Rent and expensive. Cities like San Francisco have been in freefall since the start of the pandemic. But now economists are saying they're finally starting to bottom out as vacancy rates continue to drop the promise of businesses reopening as vaccines get it out to more people, along with the usual seasonal uptick of rents in the spring, all indicate rents will soon start to rise. Igor Popov is an economist at apartment list. If that's going to correspond with the time when people are starting to see a light at the end of this pandemic tunnel, you might see those two things causing some rent growth toe hit the market again. His advice. If you're looking to move to San Francisco or cities like it, do it now there's more online at KQED dot or G'kar. I'm terrorist Siler in Oakland. Support for NPR today comes from a vast cyber security company serving more than 435 million users. Dedicated to delivering three D online protection for privacy, security and performance at a vast calm and by the listeners and members of KQED, Public Radio, Bay Area Flash flood Watch North Bay, Santa Cruz Mountains and the East Bay Hills and effect.

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 8 months ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two o'clock today. I'm Judy Woodruff on the next news hour. Rethinking college how the pandemic is driving a surge in demand for short term degrees to enter the job market. That's Tuesday on the PBS news out the story and other news stories from 3 to 4. True sales are down in this pandemic because we are not going places which yes, bad for shoe stores, but also shiners and cobblers. Now between 8 A.m. and nine AM There's nobody I'm Kai resolve, zooming in on the shoe business. In one Brooklyn neighborhood. Next time on marketplace today at four you're going to need your waterproof shoes today. Your rain gear for the Bay Area Flash flood watch in effect from four this afternoon through tomorrow afternoon. Areas of morning frost. The rain kicks in highs in the forties to the mid fifties. Today in the Bay Area, the rain especially heavy in parts of the North Bay, Santa Cruz County. Wind advisory starts at seven this evening until seven o'clock tomorrow morning. Support for NPR comes from C three c three dot Ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence and enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn Maurizi three dot ai Procter and Gamble, maker of Metamucil of fiber supplement containing psyllium, a plant based fiber for trapping and removing waste in the digestive system designed to be taken every day. More and Metamucil dot com slash two week challenge. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sarah McCammon and arm Rachel Martin. Tens of thousands of farmers have stormed a historic fort in India's capital. Indian farmers have been rallying on the outskirts of Delhi for about two months, and today they moved into the city where clashes broke out between farmers and police rallies in solidarity with the farmers are also happening across India, including in Mumbai, where we find NPR's Lauren Frayer. Lauren. Good morning. Remind us why are these farmers protest in the first place? Good morning. So these Indian farmers are angry about three agricultural laws that were passed last September. Basically the law's deregulate wholesale vegetable markets in India. Farmers used to sell their produce just to the government, and now they're allowed to sell directly to markets, and many farmers worry that they'll lose these price guarantees that they had under the old system. Now that sounds really technical. But just think about it. Two thirds of Indians work in agriculture. So this is a really big deal for a really big number of people. Yeah, so today looks like this protest movement stepped it up a notch stepped.

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"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:33 min | 8 months ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KGO 810

"Implemented in a way that prevents the kinds of abuses that you're saying could take place? These companies are going to do everything they possibly can to get around it. And so if it doesn't do that, if it doesn't really correct the problem Then it's just a whole lot of smoke and mirrors, and it's nothing good. But if it works, it's great. President Joe Biden says he doesn't buy for one second that the vitality of a man American manufacturing is a thing of the past. He was signing an executive order that makes it harder for companies who receive taxpayer funds to buy foreign goods key plank of ensuring the future will be made in America. Earlier he lifted the band on transgender people from serving in the military. Regional stay at home orders have been lifted across California, even though the state reported its highest single day death toll of the entire pandemic on Friday. Governor Gavin Newsom today says projections are looking better, but he is also facing a recall movement from opponents of the orders. House of Representatives will deliver its articles of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate this evening. That trial is set to begin in two weeks. The Justice Department inspector general today announced it's going to investigate whether any current or former DOJ employees acted to alter the outcome of the 2020 election. Ryan Clark. BBC news KGO eight, said news update. Good afternoon. It's 1 31. I'm Paul Rodgers in the cage. Oh newsroom this sport sponsored by tribal We've studio in Burlingame Tribal We've studio on Broadway in Burlingame is closing. Save up to 60% on high end quality Tribal new modern and antique rugs. They're open seven days a week. Call 650235 97 77 tribal. We've studio in Burlingame. As you just heard. The state of California abruptly lifted it. Stay at home order this morning Short time ago, Governor Newsome had an explanation. We are in a position projecting four weeks forward. The significant decline in the case rights positivity rates. We are anticipating decline still more decline in hospitalizations and more declines in ICUs, and that's why we're lifting that stay at home order. The move was a surprise to many considering just how dire the situation in California has been recently. Legislators and Sacramento have reached agreement to extend California's pandemic eviction protections through the end of June. Those protections were supposed to expire next week. Governor Newsome saying the plan will use federal money to pay off up to 80% of some tenants debt. The whole idea is to leverage the dollars And look at paying back background 80 background about 80%, but also get about 20% of that rent forgiven. Renters must still pay at least 25% of the rent owed between September and the end of this month. The full 11 Legislature must agree to the proposal. Evacuation orders have been finally lifted for some of the burn areas from last summer's sees EW Lightning complex fires The order effects residents of several fire zones and Ben Loman, Felton and Boulder Creek in the South Bay. Santa Cruz. Chief deputy Chris Clark says 8 to 12 inches of rain could fall in the area between tomorrow night and Wednesday morning and winds could gust up to 60 miles an hour. If you're in that area, I feel bad for you because likely people are gonna lose power. Things were gonna be Uncomfortable up there and then in some areas, you've got a lot of fire damage trees that come down and so this is a storm that definitely that we were hoping we wouldn't see, but we're potentially going to see it as we go into this week. Mark says deputies are going door to door to alert an estimated 5000 people to evacuate, He says people could be kept out of their homes through the weekend, maybe.

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Red Flag Warning Issued for North Bay, East Bay, Santa Cruz Mountains

Forum

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Red Flag Warning Issued for North Bay, East Bay, Santa Cruz Mountains

"The National Weather Service this morning expanded this afternoon's red flag warning for fire danger to include the East Bay Hills and Santa Cruz Mountains. It was already issued for the North Bay Mountains, prompting concerns high winds could push the glass fire burning in Napa and Sonoma County's Here's Cal fire Scott MacLean. It is very much a recipe for extended fire behavior, extreme fire behavior and, uh, potential for a new start. The fire has charged some 56,000 acres and his 5% contained

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"bay santa cruz" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Fear failure to discharge due to really concern when you said that a cop was leading an angry mob to a House. Like not good right. Yeah so please guys don't posse up. I know everyone's wound a little tight these days but just don't roll up to people's houses with an armed group. That's how people get killed like made maybe search warrants. They have like the fucking find my iphone thing. You know like she was she was like now near the fucking house. Whatever yeah unbelievable right well. Let's move it onto a little bit of a lighter subject over in Alonzo world and so this is of course about Elon. Musk one of the fun guys to watch here on. Hard factor. One of our favorite subjects. Eli wants to open Tesla. The factory Fremont California back up there. The only major carmaker in California and he wants to factory running but the state and county government say. No the lockdown continues. You can't open your factory backup so over the weekend. He's sued Alameda County California and tweeted. Frankly this is the final Straw. I guess I should have an Elon. Musk voice out. He's got a weird kate. He says words a minute. Frankly the to work on it and then frankly this final. Straw Tesla will will now move. Its H Q in future programs to Texas Slash Nevada immediately. So I don't know if you guys know that that's our states that we live in Austin. Because that's what they were. They're definitely coming kidding me already. Coca Chica is there is their main physicality in Texas which is by South Padre Island okay. That's good stay there. Yeah but Reno. Nevada is his main location in Nevada. So then you know. He's basically just like all on twitter he's like. I'm really sick. California's in California But then local state Rep Democrat Lorraina S. Gonzalez. She tweeted fucking lawn. Musk period I'm with us. Yeah yeah to which he replied message received and then back to his profile. So I'm definitely about to listening to a second. Go around the Joe Rogan podcast. Because he's about to be the reason flights from Reno to Texas way better moving forward. Fuck Him and his family. I don't want them move into town. Well he we are mark bad news for you. We're quite literally now living in world and our two states so he just wrangled some more power within within our home states that were living in anyways really sad for California though if he does follow through on this threat because Tesla employs almost forty thousand Californians. That lady is a complete moron for saying fuck him in the position that she holds. Yeah and and for to such a guy like that he doesn't he will just he'll just do crazy shit at fucking spite. It seems so I think the guy that guy he's He's not one bit short and for sure. So maybe you don't maybe don't in your in. Your position is an elected official in the state that he's suing billionaire to tell him to fuck himself when he's writing to forty thousand jobs out of your state probably not the best time. But lorraina wanted the clicks. You Got Forty. Two thousand likes on that bad boy. I wish she'd pin some of the means should have said to him. You know I go after them all the time on twitter they are fact. Doesn't move the needle apparently because that's one we'll know we've made it. They're not yet once. Yeah once he cares salted his child for the name. The name of the Child. I heard that they had a dispute the pronouncing it a different ways matter legal legal characters. They can't you can't put the shot I show up and be like can you type in on this weird character numbers. Look Fuck. Nobody can type. It's not allowed to be named that. Okay good all right guys when we've got a beach triple for you guys. I. Let's get to the sad one gets get it out of the way as a twenty six year old surfer named Ben. Kelly was killed by sharks Saturday near the northern end of Monterey Bay Santa Cruz County. I believe the attack happened. Just one hundred yards from shore and the species of shark is not yet known. Probably a great white seeing how one photographer said. He counted fifteen in the area on his boat the same day so probably should've closed the beach sooner The beaches were closed Sunday. There's in tourists but open to swimmers and surfers at the time. So you know I guess the sharks just moved in animal like the whales are moving in the all. The animals are moving in because there's no boats out there. There's people out there so I guess I'll go closer so everything's different. Yeah not good so they. They closed the beaches within a mile. Both ways I mean once once the strike attack like that happens once at a beach going into the moving on. According to officials in Padre Island seashore Texas blue dragons are washing up ashore in no everyone. There is not on acid. These are actual blue dragons but while they are blue in color these creatures are only about an inch long. They kind of looked like a giant gummy bear creature or exotic fishing lure If you look at them and they feed on one of the One of the deadlier secrets out there. The man of war which is looks like a jellyfish. It's not actually jellyfish but it can kill humans in rare cases and the blue dragons able to one. They eat them. They are able to store the stinging cells inside them for later. Use like some more village but it still kills the big man of huge. It eats them. It's like it's like a an attack in numbers it's not like the drag it sounds pretty intense little nippy nippy guys yeah so Yeah they steal their powers from them so do not pick them up if you If you see them and Hey guys if all this fucked up beach news house you scared. Don't worry you probably won't be able to go to get a spot at the beach this year. Anyway if you're beaches anything like a Spanish beach in the town of connect- Dan better than Guar a Mediterranean town. I definitely butcher that located. Just north of Valencia. They're allowing half number of people to visit its beaches this summer requiring you to reserve a spot on their new APP they will. Yeah so they will be placing down like a grid to keep beachgoers properly. Socially distance probably not a bad idea. But I mean it's pretty windy on beaches as you go to the beach though. You're about to fucking throwdown. Oh my God oh when you get a spot it's going down every Cabana. It's bottle service. It's like reading the Cabana beach now so But you know it's worth a shot I guess and that's that's that might not happen at some of the other more got which I mean. It sounds actually kind of cool like your own. Of course the bad part is you're GONNA get in trouble like if you go talk to other beachgoers potentially yes pam chomping at the bit to get to a beach in June or July. It's going down all right guys. We are truly living in a zoom world now and I have a double zoom the Bockel for you It's new so people are still getting caught up and stuff like the dicks and the racism with zoom bombers right. We already talked about those things but I got to new stories for you. I stop a man in. Nigeria was sentenced to death. The Zoom Judge in logos read the ruling to Lukine Hamid as death by hanging. All Keyed Hamid was promoting heading hanging promoting moaning into the zoom from prison. And he got some bad news He was found guilty of murdering his mother's employer in two thousand eighteen. So yeah I mean that's a pretty bad zoom experience for that guy. Could you imagine I once I once got some fines and like a a sentence level down through video thing by Judge. One time how? `Bout death not. So could you imagine if like zoom out when the judge is reading the sentencing and joins they cut out? But as long as as long as you didn't say death by hanging over here right you did say death row hanging. Well Fuck I hate zoom. That's rough that's totally impersonal. Second up a Spanish news anchor. Alfonzo Merlo's was accused of cheating on Marta. Lopez has smoking hot Tv star girlfriend. She was on like big brother over there. and the accusation started piling in of him cheating after fan saw half naked woman walked by zoom fee. That wasn't March Lopez while he was filming a live second worrying stray a.

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Surfer killed in shark attack at California beach

Hard Factor

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Surfer killed in shark attack at California beach

"A twenty six year old surfer named Ben. Kelly was killed by sharks Saturday near the northern end of Monterey Bay Santa Cruz County. I believe the attack happened. Just one hundred yards from shore and the species of shark is not yet known. Probably a great white seeing how one photographer said. He counted fifteen in the area on his boat the same day so probably should've closed the beach sooner The beaches were closed Sunday. There's in tourists but open to swimmers and surfers at the time. So you know I guess the sharks just moved in animal like the whales are moving in the all. The animals are moving in because there's no boats out there. There's people out there so I guess I'll go closer so everything's

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"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Have up here for example you have Bill Gates Ali Bill Gates but his dad is dad was a well to do Akhtar is a well to do attorney it was their demean the law school is named after him and hand out a tremendous sum of money to the law school you do definitely have money flowing that direction but what does that mean that if we if we are sort of like you which were sort of you know brushing up against earlier was the value of your degree and get the your ability to turn that into money when you graduate and this conceivably donate I guess packed your school or at least pay off your loans what is the value of it is should everyone just be going is should that be the calculus but it's not really about getting an education it's much more about paying for education in a lot of ways yeah if I'm being honest and specifically you know just for me in the UC system a lot of the kids that are there are paying for the sea they are they are literally paying so that the professor can say well you know I'll give you twenty percent for attendance and then twenty five percent for the papers and then if you have a good attitude I'll give you another ten percent and then I'll just kind of bump you up to a C. there are an unbelievable amount of people M. in the college system that likely would do better in another system a trade school I know someone who actually dropped out of the UC system to go to get her cosmetology degree but there's this idea that's being sold to I think too many people that you have to go to college you absolutely have to so they try so hard and then they get there and they fail they don't really fail in the way that they get a naff they're getting season they're not succeeding I know that story sounds difficult to kind of digest but there's a lot of people who are there that are just miserable and I don't know why and it's because they're not they don't understand that that kind of universities for research in its first outing as for book work right right well they they also had like it back in California since we're both familiar with that the the CSU the state university system was almost more geared toward there wasn't really Greer toward a graduate degree at UC system was always geared toward you stay an extra two years right graduates we have perhaps teaching or or just spending your life in in research the CSU system on the other hand like not unlike Washington state he was much more geared toward for years and go catch shop somewhere and so the classes were much more sort of practical application and less fear radical I think would be probably a fair you know and I and I know that that that's not true across the board but it was true to some degree and I actually think that I agree with you on that point I think that there are people in college who ought not have gone to college in in here was an interesting development that I noticed I think just last year two big tech companies in your area Google and apple both said that they are no longer requiring a college degree when you apply for a job that they actually have said we feel like we're screening out people because there are people like you said who aren't even necessary miserable getting good grades but they don't really need to spend that extra time to be able to go code for Amazon or to build work for Facebook I mean it would be nice to have the degree and make us get that sense of completion but the company sort of acknowledged that they maybe are screening out potentially talented people and dropping that degree requirement which then I guess what would follow is I mean the reason people get a degree is not because they wanted to put that right maybe there's a little bit of status involved in it but I think largely because a a lot of companies create that Berrier like literally police departments do right I mean there's a many many big police department United states that require a degree before you can apply that's it you have to have some degree if not a number administration of justice degree and so maybe people those people who are miserable that you're talking about they maybe they don't have another option because you know if they're performing out the resume and you say I didn't graduate suddenly there's a whole category of companies that are just immediately going to put you in the round file one of the most successful programs in the Monterey Bay Santa Cruz area is actually not UC Santa Cruz is not C. S. U. M. B. it's a little teeny tiny Monterey peninsula college and they have a a nursing program to your program where the you you get your certification to go in and be a nurse at whatever level it's incredibly successful and it's very competitive another program that they have that's a very successful is they have a program for EMTs signature certification to go be an EMT so I wonder if if and this is teeny tiny little college in the middle of nowhere and moderate you know it's it but it's so successful I wonder if universities and colleges if we could think about offering something to that end where you're offering an actual skill set to people because at this point my skill sets are final cut pro drinking that's it Jeffrey Rangel and I can write a really great twenty page paper with citations right and I I hear you there because actually the the show used to be on with with getting tight harmonies now over on the Katy TX side actually he was on there and now it's back on there and Todd used to say the same thing he used to say like it's it's just a shame that schools don't allow for cheap pathways or just limited I mean some do this sort of what what they call open university classes which are you know sort of certificates money earning certificates for the school they're not I don't know that they're always valuable for the person getting him but to your point about the two year plan you know those sort of thing it could get you to a place I mean maybe that's the role of the community colleges to more think about that I mean in Seattle you can if you're a high school graduate you can now attend community college for free the city will subsidize and I think that that is one of those things that people the the big government people would be were unhappy about but the program became enormously popular like right away because if you can cut out even if you're a top student you can cut out those two years of tuition tax you know conceivably you can get your two years wherever else as long as the schools are accepting you know do junior community college transfers it should be a real problem and maybe that's the level I didn't know about moderate would pull in Monterey peninsula college but that's that's pretty interesting yeah actually a fun story I was in alarm and then I went to UC Santa Cruz and that's how successful that program is at just sending people out to get him to work and met building their careers right head straight into radio exactly exactly all right coming up we may do a little we may do so a little bit on profiles but I actually I'm.

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"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Moving less aggressively the message that they're putting out today is just fight the fire attack it directly and and keep it you know hold the line basically as it's gonna pick up strength this afternoon and into the evening KQ Edie's Alex Ms Lee in cinema county for us this morning thank you Alex thank you and planned blackouts continue as that new round of high winds sweep across northern California P. Jeannie says it's working to restore electricity to customers who have their power shut off during the weekend wind storm but many customers will still be left in the dark has the utility giant began its fourth planned power shut off early this morning P. Jeannie says the blackouts are expected to affect roughly five hundred ninety six thousand customer accounts in the northern and southern Sierra North Bay Santa Cruz mountains north coast and Kern county outages in the East Bay in South Bay will come late in the day or early Wednesday lawyers for P. Jeannie told a federal judge here in San Francisco yesterday that the utility won't oppose an extension to a key deadline for victims of previous fires the deadline to file claims as part of P. genies bankruptcy was a week ago Monday but the utility says it's open to extending it to December tens of thousands who might be eligible have an applied and P. Jeannie state regulator the C. P. U. C. has announced it's launching an investigation into the shot office P. genie is follow the lead of the main utility in San Diego by using shut off to try and stop its equipment from sparking fires but C. P. you see president Maribel badger says the state can't handle the scope and scale of P. genies shut offs she says Californians should be subjected to the quote poor execution that P..

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KGO 810

"Are you seeing any smoke on the horizon as you travel and we're just kind of get since about five miles ahead of us and everything is very smoky I don't see any specific area were smokers emanating from his job okay all round I can't tell if the fires out there at that at that location he reported to be I believe in the center divide just a brush fire well that's right he did say that that in the media and it's all it it's it's on fire in in that in that area but again with the wind with the embers lord knows it seems like it wouldn't be such a big lot yeah or that to happen keep us abreast with you if you see anything more of it let us know what's going on so we can let other people in the area also know what you've seen okay sure well thank you thank you we're kinda like the M. broadcasting ways here well if it does it there comes a point where you have to become a public service yeah I feel like we are now in public service mode yeah I I totally agree with you okay what do I have here I I hope that this has not because the the information I have you know came to me about ten minutes ago or so and I hope that it isn't already outdated I finally shut down in the Sacramento area California highway patrol says I five is shut down in both directions at I. eighty due to a fire and our police officer was telling us the same thing yes yeah and PGD Pacific gas and Electric Company in case you didn't now has high voltage power lines in the area where the Vallejo fire started today despite massive blackouts in place the transmission lines were turned on when the fire started according to the spokesperson the fact that the lines were and what is not an admission by PJ needed and any role in the cause of the fire the cause of the fire is still under investigation she needed no if the lines had any equipment problems before the fire began customer survive the transmission lines in the area include refineries that were still being served with power Sunday afternoon P. Jeannie did not turn off the Vallejo area transmission lines because wind speeds did not meet the company's criteria according to their spokesperson there is a spare the air alert issued for tomorrow which makes total sense and P. genie is monitoring a new severe wind event that may affect thirty two counties and could merge with the current black out so what that means is continuous outages right little bit more on the fire now burning in Lafayette right along the twenty four quarter there is now an immediate evacuation order for nearer Camino Diablo and spring brook road in Lafayette because of that while for that was reported by a cagey a listener this was traveling from one the creek toward Lafayette so we will keep an eye on that again that's in Lafayette and immediate evacuation near Camino Diablo and spring brook road because a fire that was part of spotted a just next to the free with it he said of burn right down to the freeway he says there's no immediate structure threatened in the area but obviously with these conditions you have single digit humidity levels are these fires are a racing as we saw in Vallejo and the fire that that threaten the town of Crockett for a time right well right yeah and and some of these communities of already suffered devastation from wildfires and to have it happening again is is horrific let's go back to the phones Casey is calling from Oakland Casey hi welcome to KGO hi got to be talking to you and it's good to talk with you we appreciate so much you calling in you have you been watching you see the what the Lafayette fire yeah I drove right past did a lot of blames barking up and body is very poor and there's a lot of smoke around yeah what what did you see was it brush fire on the side of the road did you see how expensive it was we did you see any Billings that may also have been on fire as far as I could see that brush was on fire and there were flames are gap there was a few houses behind it so they could be affected by the fire right but as far as I can see a lot of smoke a lot of very poor air quality a lot of traffic of course because of that right and this is right off of I eighty right twenty four highway **** twenty four okay okay good I'm thank you for that because my understanding bread is it right that the the evacuation that we're looking at is right along that corridor those houses along that corridor rates is that like a community Ablow in spring brook road in Lafayette because of fire apparently there are two fires that are burning in Lafayette that we're getting word of now a two fires crews have been on scene for awhile now but again if they're evacuating people there is a concern there that this fire may get even more out of control and this comes now as PGA any is monitoring a third consecutive severe wind event for Tuesday and into Wednesday that could impact nearly thirty two counties across northern California that is code for PGA any is considering another forced power shut down that will affect approximately thirty two counties in northern and southern Sierra as well as the North Bay and parts of the barely East Bay Santa Cruz mountains as well and that means for those people who are currently under the shut towns a lot of those people apparently according to what P. Jeannie had to say may just be having continuous outrageous they may not have their power restored at all during this this next event as well which may leave some people without power for what five to seven days five forty eight hours from the mall meant the all clear is given and because of this when the vent is gonna be a lot of damage to some of these lines at a B. de energized so they can't re energize some of these lines if there's damage right so that's why they've given that window of forty eight hours from the moment the fire weather passes the danger passes to when we could have power restored but if we're gonna you know we'll roll right into the next the fire danger weather event then I think people may be without power for a long time yeah places like the North Bay and this I mean I didn't think about the incredible inconveniences that we're talking about for people and also a disruption people's lives in so many ways and then there are the schools and I know that I've that I've brought you list some of the list of the schools that are closed it looks to me like most of the schools in cinema county are closed on Monday some of them are also closed on Tuesday it's a long list and I I don't mind going over it you're going to leave here right okay did you go okay all right we brought food and so so if you want to eat something before you go to to restore your energy I will be up by Brighton early and we will have you covered from here on out okay KGO be here along with our listeners who are giving us great eyewitness accounts do you want to pass along to you that PGA any is expecting to restore power before they have to take power off again they have said that now they have come out and said that okay and again the counties that could be affected by this third force power shut off later this week I include Contra Costa you know the typical suspects your San Matteo Santa Clara Santa Cruz Solano said no mom and I think those are the immediate area as well as our huge you know all over the California all over northern California and perhaps southern California as well it's I mean it's affecting the whole state you look at the maps and it's just like the whole thing is covered and bread that's why governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency for the entire state because of the wind of it yeah and we're asking for your help for what you have seen what you have experienced facilities that you may know that are open I know that for people in the North Bay they can sometimes travel to the East Bay to find some of those essential services including gas including maybe grocery stores hardware stores places we did find out that the ace hardware in downtown San Rafael is on generator power and they are open they expect to be open until about six o'clock tonight and if was it a bear choke if Robert tow makes it back from Rockland he's gonna be able to have the generators and the air masks and all that for people and as we've been hearing from callers is gonna be a tree in his way there will be a tree in his way down at at Richard's Boulevard in Davis tree blocking all lanes and then after that on the westbound eighty direction there is a fire yeah as you approach Dixon yeah so if there are other places that you know are available let us know and if you've seen other things road closures of fires that have cropped up grass fires if you've received notices from your own police department sheriff department from emergency services let us know what you have been told and it will get the information out to other people as well but a lot of people are looking for some sort of assistance and I can't emphasize enough the importance of helping neighbors people that you know in your neighborhood especially those who have children people who are elderly people who may have a specific need special needs of some sort maybe it is somebody who's got a a C. pap and they really need to have that if you can give them some assistance or get them out of their homes and get them to an evacuation center where they can be better taken care of please take care of one another I mean this is one of those circumstances where we have to rely on ourselves and rely on one another the professionals can only do so much for us so we have to be able to count on one another and it is one of the things that makes us such awesome people anyway firefighters in Contra Costa county are in now giving us a little bit of an update on the two fires that are burning in Lafayette and have led to invest evacuations they say it's moving it near community Ablow in spring brook road so an immediate evacuation has been ordered there you're being told to go towards Spring Hill elementary school on Spring Hill road in Lafayette and only to take those that essential items and that you have ready and that you can carry pats must be in a carrier on a leash leash and they're asking you to lock your windows and doors if you leave stay off the phone unless you need to report something life threatening but again they are evacuating toward Spring Hill elementary school in the area of community out low and spring brook road because of fire in Lafayette it's it's really astonishing alright let me let's get to the phone we've got a couple of people with updates providing to us and thank you so much again the phone number here is four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero that's four one five eighty eighty eight ten and if you're seeing something if.

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They said there were there was so much fire in there that even the roof tiles were on fire in for and falling from the ceiling already inside the galley so there was a there was no access for them to get into the the thirty four guests that were below sounds like the fire started in the galley or at least when it got to the galley it expanded very very quickly and that blocked the exit for everybody that was down below Bob Hanson who you just heard from his wife surely they had spent the day on the water there to anchor their fishing boat grape escape in the cove and they were sleeping and surely says they're both very well made and that she when she heard the pounding of the crew members in the dinghy the pounding the desperate pounding on their boat did she just knew there was something terribly wrong and and also a sign that these crew members had to get off that boat damn quick is the fact that some of these guys were just wearing their underwear they just woken up they had seen the fire and they just jumped off in no time even for their clothes yesterday we talked a lot about the potential for their been explosions that would have you know exacerbated the problems but an intramolecular that this news conference earlier today in Santa Barbara made a great point. Barbara Bob and surely Hanson the ones that were in the boat nearby they'd ever reported hearing any explosions now now that doesn't mean it didn't happen but it but the wave sound travels like that especially in close distances they're in a call it's almost guaranteed that they would have heard explosions if that happened there could have been subsequent explosions once the fire was ripping through there I mean if they're propane tanks and all of that you can imagine we also found out that at least some of the people who were killed may have been teenagers students you know there was a a private school up in northern California they put out a statement earlier today that said that they know of two of their students who were on board and at least one of those students parents also there was a woman who owned her own dive company in fact the one that chartered the entire ship the entire boat for this weekend trip she's a forty one year old marine biologist who grew up around the Channel Islands grew up diving and she and her husband run separate diving trips her husband I think was in Costa Rica at the time but this forty one year old woman I was in was among the the ones who'd with a thirty three passengers that day that that eventually died the majority of the victims are from the bay area reportedly no names have been released a couple of students I believe the names have been released that go to the Pacific collegiate charter school two of its students at least one parent they say were aboard at the conception. but yeah they say most of the victims appear to have been from the South Bay Santa Cruz in other parts of the bay area now there are questions today in this news conference a couple of things number one did the crew do anything to help before they jumped off the boat got in the dinghy and made their way to the other good Samaritans boat and the Coast Guard was quick to say well you know they haven't completed their investigations they had written statements but today was the day that detectives from the Santa Barbara county sheriff's department we're gonna sit down and you formal interviews the second thing they asked was were they able to go back and do anything and when the Coast Guard first heard about this all they told Bob Hanson and the good Samaritans on his ship are on his boat where this and don't move don't get any closer for any are you for sure but if you have a flashlight and you can go out and see if there's anybody else in the water and they said that they couldn't find anybody this outfit truth Aquatics. I had everything in in line everything was up to code it there was no safety issues outstanding safety issues that anybody has uncovered I've seen a lot of accounts from people who have gone on this boat on these dive trips that have raved about this captain about how he is safety first and all of that so I'm pretty sure we're going to see that the crew had was completely powerless in this which is such a terrible feeling it to to know that you are you're in charge that your boat that's your vessel you you have those people's lives in your hands and and to and to survive that being totally helpless I don't know how you do that you know they there are people that work for posting stuff on social media saying I've I've trusted this captain with my life many times and I would do it again now there are questions down terms of the salvage of the ship once they of course get bodies hours recover as many as they can do they bring it back to shore or do they do they tell it back to Santa Barbara county somewhere to try to to inspect the hall or what's left of it do they take it just to the twenty thirty yards to shore there at Santa Cruz island if there's enough place for them at plaques harbored actually do any sort of investigation that's all start of what they have to figure out of these next couple of days well they said that they were being really cautious today for those divers because the way the position of the boat is and that you know under sixty five sixty five feet of water and it's not stable that they're absolutely safety first they don't want anybody else to be injured in that it's not a clean environment all of diving equipment everything that's down there from the original I mean for that was on board the ship when it went down all of it is still down there in some capacity and stuff could be hanging off the boat or whatever so coming up next we will go live to Melbourne Florida where we find Alex stone he's covering hurricane dory and he'll be able to break down the very latest for us Jenna will continue after Monica.

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"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"bay santa cruz" Discussed on KGO 810

"New round of rain is lead to more flooding in San Francisco on the northbound what a what at the skyway a lot of standing water there. Traffic remains very slow into town really out of Belmont Europe. Highway four drive westbound jammed railroad all the way up and over the past two six eighty if you're transitioning southbound to forty two that is slowing from concord avenue that'll continue onto south six eighty onto west twenty four all the way up to wilder and that twenty four stretch is mostly stop and go northbound one in the south bay bumper to bumper from blossom hill road all the way up to Moffitt boulevard. Reser crash there now in the second lane from the left and heading into San Francisco. We continue to be backed up to the maze. Metering lights are on at the westbound bay bridge. We're sponsored by your quite the cold weather is here breathe easier indoors with the best cleaning around air. Ducts carpets tile? L and grout and more will be looking like new say forty percent when you call one eight hundred four quake today. Coit cleaners new call one eight hundred four or go to quite dot com for details. A wet and wild morning commute. We are going to see scattered showers today. We are seeing most of the rainfall in the north bay Santa Cruz excuse me on the south bay in the Santa Cruz mountains. San Francisco parts of the East Bay. The north bay is getting a much needed break at this hour. It's going to linger though into tomorrow before we get a two day break the next system arrives late Saturday into Sunday as we welcome back daylight saving time. Thirty good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. Speaking of the north bay state and federal agencies have assessed more than two thousand homes for water damage in sonoma's county. At least thirty five homes have been red tagged on six hundred yellow tagged following last week's record-setting flood along Russian river, the red tag means the structure is damaged and poses an imminent threat. Yellow means structures. Pose some risk as a result of flood damage determination will be made of a federal disaster declaration is warranted, which could lead to individual assistance to property owners. However, so Doma county does not typically receive assistance after floods Geos. Terry rouse reports tons of debris is still being cleaned up from the flooding. Wet weather has forced Cal trans to once again postponed repairs to the upper deck of the Richmond. San Rafael bridge. Crews are trying to repair expansion joints on the span that failed last month sending concrete to lower deck the repair work will resume when the weather is dryer KTLA.

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