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California Wildfire Incinerates Historic Town of Greenville
"The Dixie Fire burning in Northern California is now the sixth largest in state history. It's burned over 322,000 acres, including much of a gold rusher, a town correspondent Jennifer King, reports. Northern California Dixie Wildfire tore through the quaint Sierra Nevada mountain town of Greenville, leaving much of the downtown in Ashes. Officials confirm some buildings were destroyed in a P photographer described seeing a gas station hotel and local bar burned to the ground. Footage from Wednesday night and early this morning showed fires still burning amid the husks of downtown buildings, some of which are more than a century old. The Dixie Fire has grown to over 428 Square Miles has been burning for three weeks across Plumas and Butte County's fire crews are bracing for another explosive run of flames, fed by bone, dry vegetation and 40 mile per
Raging Wildfire Destroys Much of California Gold Rush Town
"A raging wildfire has destroyed much of the California gold rush era towns northern California Dixie wildfire tore through the points you're in about about town of Greenville leaving much of the downtown in ashes officials confirm some buildings were destroyed an AP photographer describes seeing a gas station hotel and local bar burned to the ground footage from Wednesday night and early this morning should fire still burning amid the husks of downtown buildings some of which are more than a century old the Dixie fire has grown to over four hundred twenty eight square miles it's been burning for three weeks across Plumas and Butte counties fire crews are bracing for another explosive run of flames fed by bone dry vegetation and forty mile per hour wind gusts I'm Jennifer king
‘The Mentors Square’ Founder Clement Njoku on Podcasting as Leadership
"So podcasting is the future of communication in the next few years. Podcast will take over from the likes of youtube underrates because people are clothing to podcast in just because of the convenience of the ability for them to listen to it. Even why did do other things so you have the hearts of people with you every day. You have the hearts of people with you every second so think of it my friend. What kind of attention. What kind of value. What kind of influence would you want to add to people. Let me give you my friends. There is a saying that if you want to make your life better do your bursts to make the world better so your podcast and should be a medium through which you make the lives of people better you butte society or community. You build a tribe with your program yousaf you influence and you make the world a better place.
Evacuation Orders Increase as Dixie Fire Tops 190,000 Acres
"Largest fire in California. The Dixie Fire burning in both Butte and Plumas County has now scorched more than 190,000 acres. It is 21% contained Numerous homes were burned Saturday night. The fire is threatening more than 10,000 structures. Fire officials say. The Dixie fire and a smaller fly fire came together over the weekend. More than 16,000 people are under evacuation orders in both counties. Evacuation orders and warnings have also been extended to Tehama County.
Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ Event Recap
"Apple had a loaded event. I mean loaded event this week. They called it spring loaded. Get it last year. At this time. They did spring forward this year. Spring loaded and All the pundits agreed that that must mean. There's going to be a lot of stuff. It was exactly an hour to the to the second which is pretty nice because it was all recorded ahead of time and carefully edited a lot of really cool and interesting at its although my friend alex lindsay. Who's video production guy. In fact does a lot of these kinds of streams has done it for many companies including and the white house even so he's kind of knows how these live things Work he said there were two. It was butte. All the transitions. Were you know beautifully produce. You know zooms and drones and things except for there were a couple of what we call jump cuts very early on. There was one where Ceo of apple. Tim cook was walking on an apple park and they used apple park. Because it's spring in apple park. Looked beautiful and you know. Actually it looked beautiful to californians the rest of the world's probably looking at it and go and why is that so raggedy not manicured lawns and perfect trees. And all that stuff no. It looked like the california countryside. It was a little wild They call it. Zero zero zero graffiti. It's a low water landscaping using native plants. And it looks to me. it looks. It looks beautiful. Looks like you're on a hike through the foothills of the sierra in california. I mean it was beautiful but it might have looked a little ragged anyway tim. Cook's were walking through this and then all of a sudden he's walking through another part. There was a jump cut. And alex said and i think he's probably right. That means apple had something in there with a transition beautiful plan and stuff and they cut it out. Could've been important could have been unimportant but it was cut out so that's interesting. I
COVID-19 Vaccination Site for Teachers to Open at Inglewood's SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
"L. A school district has started dozing up teachers and staff with covert 90 vaccine. Vaccinating school staffs critical piece of reopening school campuses in the safest way possible. This has been superintendent Austin Butte. Ners Drumbeat Is he targets of return to classrooms for elementary school students in April, And now the district has opened a vaccination site for teachers and staff at Hollywood Park as vaccine eligibility in L. A county has expanded the governor's dedicated access for 25,000 additional vaccine doses. School staff in Los Angeles Unified over the next two weeks, says Hollywood Park is the largest vaccination site in the country dedicated to teachers and
Aaron Rodgers helps small businesses with $1M gift
"Has given out $1 million to 80 small businesses throughout his hometown city of Chico in partnership with the North Valley Community Foundation. Rogers posted videos on Instagram with some of the owners talking about this. Struggle for small businesses to keep their doors open. The Aaron Rodgers small, business covered 19 fund was set up to help support local shops in Chico and Butte County as the pandemic shutdowns cripple the rule economy. Rogers was heavily involved in the recovery efforts following the deadly 2018 campfire in paradise. Roger said he was motivated because he wanted to help preserve the unique charm that makes Chico Special Jensen Raider News
Is Silicon Valley "Over?" With Bloomberg Opinion Columnist Noah Smith
"The question specifically silicon valley itself Is it is it. Sort of settled science for economists like why certain cities become hubs for certain intellectual pursuits sir. Capital pursuits are things like that. Like is that well known and well understood no so we have a lot of theories about why this happens. one idea is that you have tacit knowledge exchange when engineers sort of hang out with each other. They tell each other how to do stuff. It's not clear how powerful that is anymore. I mean it's it's important for researchers to be able to exchange ideas very intensively at things like universities but engineer going out to the bar and saying like oh i implemented this that sort of dan that it's probably not nearly as big a deal and can now be done on like stack exchange in whatever get hub and so so that that sort of tacit knowledge exchange is. It's hard to establish it's hard to measure because you can't really observe these ideas going around you can look at patents. That's all you can really look at. But there's lots of problems with that data Another idea so another big reason for cities a these concentrations of knowledge industries is called thick markets. So if you wanna hire an engineer there's lot of engineers in in san francisco right and if you want to work for tech company. There's lots of tech companies in san francisco. So there's just so much more choice within these superstar cities right with all this choice you can lose your job and find another similar job really quickly or you Lose your employees and find another employee really quickly whereas if you're out in you know like butte you can't. You can't necessarily do that unless we move it all trout so so if we figure out how to do hiring and firing and job searchable blah as well remotely as we do in person whole new ballgame because you've you've just sort of canceled out that that thick market effect. We noticed. We also have to do that for. Vc's so vc's famously Want to live like a fifteen minute bike ride from there. The companies they invest in and that that mindset has got to change that cultures. Gotta change to really unbundle the startup cities. Well and i mean you know this is a the example of the moment and and one example. But you know what's the hottest startup in in in the world right now. It's clubhouse clubhouse is in san francisco. Clubhouse is andriessen. Horowitz is basically is one of the greatest thick influence. If that if that's using the term rape that. I've seen in a long time. In terms of injuries and horowitz really helping juice the success of that startup so yeah clubhouse in cleveland right yes and so that's a but but then again Could be because there is only what like eighteen people right right. Go ahead right. So i mean it that that depends on you know. Injuries and horowitz being willing to invest in distributed companies. And i think that they are. I know those those guys pretty well. I think that they are open to the possibility. And i think that there is a slow. There'll be a gradual change. I think they're realizing that They're realizing that. That costs in san francisco are just really high can cutler initialized capital hosted some data from her own fund the other day showing their investment in distributed companies is increasing and the number. The percentage of founders. Who say they would want to. Distribute companies has just shot up enormously. So maybe maybe this cultural changes coming. I think there always be some local a bias But i think that maybe it could be reduced. I certainly no vc's at bloomberg who are working to reduce that Because really i feel like the the due diligence and human touch that you need to keep track of a portfolio company. The necessity for that to be physical and onsite has just decreased so much And i think that the pandemic is maybe making. Vc's realized that. I hope. I think always be a slight advantage to being nearby but i think that can be outweighed by the cost disadvantage
How to Repair Your Skin Barrier With Celebrity Facialist Joanna Vargas
"Let's start with the basics what exactly is your skin's moisture barrier and why is it there. What is the do well. I mean i think you know we talk so much into butte and industry about like wrinkles and bo talks and things like that we forget the skin actually has a function and its function is to be a barrier between us and the environment so the skin's moisture barrier is the outermost layer of your skin. It helps protect the body It helps retain water and moisture It defends against like bacteria in the environment environmental stressors and you know prevents things from penetrating into the skin so that we don't have a reaction so it has like a a very important function for us. It's the fundamental of what the skin does and we talk about it at the least i feel It is the most important part about our skin because it makes us look plump in juicy and healthy and soft when it's healthy and so yeah it's something that's very important. No matter what kind of skin type you have no matter your age okay. Yeah that was gonna be my next question. Like other certain types skin types or skin eight inches that are more prone to having damaged skin barrier. Mostly i'm talking about like the skin on your face. Well i mean. I think for example like winter is a time of year where i think a lot of people experience to some degree Some irritation due to the loss of moisture in the environment. And therefore your skin gets a bit patchy may be if you are out during the day for a long period of time you'll have like readiness on your face but typically you know there's obviously people that have just in their dna some skin sensitivity. You know some psoriasis eczema. That's that has a genetic component you know and then there like the people who have poor digestion they might have some patchiness in readiness and some irritation. But it doesn't it can happen even if you have oily skin. It really depends on what you're using on your your skin. What your habits are in terms of your skin. Those really affected a great deal. And so how do you tell the difference between an impaired skin barrier versus you know wind. Burn or zima or psoriasis. How do you know if your skin barriers been disrupted. Well you know this skin house tendency to to show sensitivity patches. So i i'm sure everybody can remember a time when they've had like a dry patch on their face and may the rest of the skin feels okay or maybe you have my son. Has that right now. So i'm listening with the keenest ear. How old is your son. He's he's six and he's got a patch right beside his cheek that he's had for about six weeks and it just so drier and rudder. Yeah continue my boy who is now fifteen Have that as a younger person also happens easier because they play out. Fight a lot and that really dries you out. You know rose atia redness itchiness itchy skin and share a lot of people have itchy scalp during the winter all of back stock visible. Sign that your your skin. Barrier is malfunctioning so to speak and it needs some soothing and comfort and some rehydration ximines. Psoriasis are more extreme versions of it. which also occur in patches on the skin But there are a lot of you know that you would have to consult a doctor to really determine if it was something that was in your genetic makeup or if it was something caused by something topical or something in your diet like an allergy of some kind right right. Because i feel like that's with With eczema almost like immunity related. Or it's like almost like an immune response rather than it can be absolutely and it can also just mean that you're something that you can't digest properly and so your your bodies having a little bit of trouble. There are a lot of different causes for it. Which is why you know. You can also have a yeast overgrowth in your gut. But that would be things that if i suspected that if you came meant for facial and it looked like that to me i would just send you to a doctor. Not a doctor. So i don't right. I try to stay in the lame a fair and respect that and so how does the skin barrier become damaged or compromised. What are some of the main you know factors you know. A a very common factor would be over exfoliating. I remember when i first became an esa titian in the late nineties. It was like a fashion to have cholic acid in every single. Step of your routine. In how like in the beauty industry like ingredients. Become like the thing. And you wanna put it on in every step like i had clients that were using a glycol at wash ugly colic toner a glide colleague serum and moisturizer and everybody's skin was like flaky and read and sensitize. It was very hard to give atias to those people but also sun damage can cause it. You know Prescription acne medications and prescription retinol formulas can cause it. I've seen people use essential oils essential oils on their face and they get Compromised if you if you wash your face in the shower shower water is way too hot for your face back could cause it Chemical peels flying too much back in in the before time when we used to travel places on even air conditioning in caused so mike mobs of different causes But usually i would say the number one offender is over exfoliating or over. You know acclaimed being over eager in the chemical kill type department. That sort of stuff now. I i have a follow up question if you don't mind about is the prescription retinol because you know my skin does get extremely dry when i use it and And it starts to become red. And i feel like that's expected you kind of expect this dryness. So what is the difference between dryness and compromise skin barrier. Is there one. Well sure i mean dryness is the beginning of it right you don't you don't want your skin to be overly dry because that that is compromising gonna lead to you know craziness which will lead kind of like the the compromising actors like your. Your skin won't be able to take as much stress from the environment as the result of that overly dry situation. You're creating. I don't have a lot of clients anymore that use prescription retinal because there are so many great over the counter formulas. That don't do that. So i i feel like that you know. I've been in sedition for over twenty years. That's changed a great deal at least in new york. But i think you know the difference between having you know when you like right now. I'm extremely dry. And my skin feels a little bit tight but it's not read in. It's not flakier itchy when it starts to become itchy in certain spots. That's when you know you've crossed over into a compromised moisture barrier and that and you know you really should wait until that point to start treating it if this dried tight feeling. I'm going to have to handle that today. So it doesn't
Seattle weighs 'poverty defense' for most misdemeanor crimes
"Heading of no limiting principle when it comes to spending money. Or, uh, creating permissive laws. This one's of Butte. This is from the People's Republic of Seattle. Uh, you remember Seattle with all the ant if a riot riots and Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, Portland, Oregon, This is in the hyper progressive northwest of the United States. And these two population centers, these two cities, a city councils and mayors, along with governors at the state level that are they're all Bernie Brose when it comes to ideology. Here's a bill that they've been discussing. I don't know if it's passed yet or if it's been defeated yet, but they want to pass a law. That will allow thieves. To sell items they've stolen. If they do it to earn money for basic needs, with no legal consequences. No criminal law consequences not for the theft or selling stolen goods. Also trespassers. And set up camps on private property. Not on sidewalks now. Private property like your backyard, for example, when it is to obtain adequate cell choose shelter. And any trespassing laws that would affect those people wouldn't apply. Dozens of other crimes, including assault and harassment, would be excused under this idiotic measure if suspects were poor, mentally ill or addicted to drugs. So if you're if you're not addicted Tonto drugs and you're not poor enough on you can't get certification of your mentally ill. All you have to do qualify has become addicted to drugs, and then you can go steal and trespassed at will. They're calling it the poverty defense. And it will allow municipal court judges to dismiss a multitude of crimes if poverty, mental illness or substance abuse disorders drove the perpetrator to commit. Them. The force behind this is a radical left wing organization called de Criminalized Seattle that opposes policing and the entire criminal legal system. That group is also called for defunding the Seattle police Department by at least 50% and reallocating the funds to community led health and safety systems. It also demands release of protesters arrested during recent violent uprisings without charges. Even if they set fires to police car destroyed public or private property. An organizer with the decriminalized Seattle outfit. Identified is one of the laws, catalysts says. What we've already known is that the misdemeanor system is basically assistant of cycling people in poverty through municipal court over and over again without meeting their basic needs. Remember
Dallas Mavericks To Begin Season With No Fans At Home Games
"I got here's a Montana. You know, Here's the thing somebody said to me a few years ago. Was out of work. And somebody said that because I think you know, I'm just trying to figure out what I'm gonna do is about 67 years. Yeah, just trying to figure out what I'm gonna do next. And they said if all right well if you could live anywhere. Where would it be? And I thought about it for a second, and I realized I can't live anywhere. I got the assets to do it. I could move anywhere I want and your one percenter. Here I am. I'm not a one percenter. But I've saved money over the years. I could go someplace else. If I chose to do so, And the thing is, most of us could If we're willing to do it, Yes, it's just a matter of how long you can last before you have to get something coming in. No, but most of us can go anywhere we want. And yet here we are. It's sex of the lunatics have taken over Washington state. That would be especially all those islands. They have their. Yeah, those would be on top of my list, but it's just full of nutjobs. It really has said when I lived in Seattle. I didn't think that there were crazy people there clearly, but it was more of a charming thing. Kind of a funny thing. You just made fun of them. Yes. Now they run the show. And the city has gone from four years. City's suffering for that's why anybody with common sense is moving out of the city and moving to the East side. Tragic. Yeah, I did. A stunningly beautiful It is stunningly Butte. Next trending topic and local local stories. What we do here is what we do here at news and information. 57. We are the local station, Your local station 5 70 Cliff. Dallas Mavericks said they will not have fans present for games at the start of the 2020 2021 season. The message sent an email to season ticket holders like Ernie Brown, they said, quote the health and safety of Dallas Mavericks fans, players and employees remains the organization's top priorities. Notice. Employees last on that list E did notice that, actually, yes. Uh, the team added that there was no timetable for fans to attend games The MBA is handling this season differently. They will not have the bubble this year. I can't believe they're actually starting the season up already. These guys have got to be exhausted. Well, when you hit him that paycheck I think you get untiring. You know something, though. Just it's just my impression that it doesn't matter what level of income you're living. You hate working. Yes, it doesn't matter how much you called love your job. Nobody loves it that much When you're exhausted. Not only that, when your whole circle all makes the same You're kind of like, Let's say you're the six man you think of yourself is broke. Yeah, well, you know it, Z. That is a true state. What you hear these athletes say this stuff all the time. I'm not being disrespected by being paid only $12 million a year. They're only paying me a million dollars a month. I being disrespected and you just want to reach out and throttle them. Is it bad that I understand them? I said, I can sympathize you that I do get it because everybody is at their own level, And when they find out that you're making 4000 more than I am screwed well, it's the same million more than it is exactly the same thing. It's just from a perspective like where we are. It's really irritating. Kind of tone deaf. Yeah, it is very toned up. Especially nowadays. You should start every sentence with like, I know to most of you. This sounds silly, but I'm being disrespectful Disrespect. I should this. I would be the worst owner in NBA history because I would be disrespectful to everybody now teams air training at home and traveling the country to play each other fun fact, the Toronto Raptors have moved to Tampa for the seasons. I'm guessing Canada has crazy rules candidates. They're there. They just said screw Through it. We're going to Fort. Yeah, They're right. They are the candidates run by a wiener. Yes. And they've shut everything down and etcetera so I can play basketball. So we go. All right. Nice. No, no. Yeah, They should I think should move the Raptors to Florida. Anyway, we're after should leave. They're playing in Tampa. This tampon not have an NBA team. I don't think they do. No, I don't think they do. Either side. You'd pick Tampa. You've got the heat. Well, no. Tampa's kind of that seems like to go to his place. For some reason. I don't know. Why does Tom Brady went there? Everybody's like a Tampa must be fantastic. Must be that's that's what's doing it. All right. So the Raptor air playing there? Yes, Mavericks here, Maverick Just right outside our window here, right outside her window. Nobody. Maybe we'll get autographs this time. Are you an autograph guy? I'm not an autograph. No, I don't want to me. It tells me that I'm like inferior to you. If I ask you, it's a weird complex I had. Well, here's why people like autographs. For example, I got a picture with a movie star. He autographed it for me Get that great, But what you do is you see a movie sometime in the future when you're older, and you see this guy in the movie said I met that guy, you know, And it means something to people. I I just have never been autograph guy. I have one autograph I got in my life. The guy who played Colonel Hogan on Hogan's Heroes, Bob Crane. Yeah, I was working in a restaurant when I was a kid, and he and his entourage came in and I got his autograph. See, I would want a not a graph of somebody who's important to me, but means nothing to most people like the guys I admire in this industry or something like I just in the broadcast in the industry, like the guy does cycling. I love him like it would mean something to me. But to everybody else means nothing means zero. And what do you got to do with it anyway? You know, I've been thinking. There's a lot to is all this stuff you collect. I got all these pictures. Here's me with so and so on me with these are all sitting in a box in a closet somewhere. They're going to end up in the Dumpster. I couldn't care less. I don't put I don't put him anywhere where anybody can see him. And if I croak tomorrow, what's gonna happen to him? They're gonna end up in the dumpster anyway, so I might as well just save everybody the trouble and put him in there. Now. That's training topics coming up. Amazon is in trouble with Bernie Sanders. Can you imagine a man who has never had a job before is upset with one of the biggest couple. He's in the world. Bill Jackson. He's checking on traffic on 5 70 Cliff. It's sponsored by Wendy's breakfast. Bacon ater.
Warning issued after three killed in Colorado avalanches
"Into Colorado Avalanche is since Friday have experts warning of those headed to the mountainous back country to be careful. And pay attention to forecasts. A rescue team on Sunday recovered the bodies of two skiers caught in an avalanche in southwestern Colorado San Juan Mountains A skier was buried in an avalanche Friday West to the ski resort town of Crested Butte. Apple is moving forward
Your top 2020 questions: "How do I unmute?"
"Our series on the most asked questions of the year. Michelle multi who is the managing editor for consumer tech at usa. Today is here with me and we're going to have some fun with easily hands down. The most asked question the year which is hey. How do i mute myself on zoom right michelle. I think that's the phrase of two thousand twenty year muted. Yes and just give me a second. Give me a second. i'll get there. It's not a hard thing. Why was it so hard for so many people. Do you think you know you forget the conversations that you have. You don't really have a button before you need to speak And i think the flip side is forget to themselves. I was in a meeting recently with a heavy typer. And i believe this heavy type or thought. He was on mute Thank goodness that's all we heard. It could have been so much worse but but it's unnatural for for folks to keep muting themselves when they're when they're typically used to just speaking. The good news is once you figure it out. You're able to do other things while you're in the meeting because they're not hearing you. Yes so it's so it's a very important thing to learn. Jefferson one of the things that i have mastered. Now that i am and i probably shouldn't tell my secrets but now that i'm home schooling my kids and in meetings at the same time i've mastered the art of the mute and hand before your mouth screaming kids and nobody notices but you gotta make sure that mute button is working And for all those people who've had a hard time is all you gotta do bottom of the screen audio. Click the button butte on mute. It's not hard. Just but you know. I would always recommend for anybody who does have trouble with zoom or the other video meetings before you have the meeting like an hour ahead of time two hours the day before. Figure it out play with the program. Click all the buttons figure out where everything is. It'll be much more relaxing for you to go through the process then in the heat of the moment when you know you have this big meeting coming up absolutely absolutely attest run is a key thing and if by chance you're accustomed to one program and you're doing an interview or a program in another again like jefferson said. Give it a test run. Don't assume you know zoom versus google meat versus webex. The most asked question of the year hardaway on mute.
"butte" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Your top local story Coronavirus. Very latest news 93.1 kfbk. Well, we are getting a many local counties weighing in with their own restrictions. Of course, we had the news earlier that the Bay Area was adopting Governor Newsome's lockdown requirements. I had a time preemptively, and now we have you, a Sutter County in our area that is also initiating its own restrictions, which are close to what the governor is locked down. So in his lock down orders So restaurants closed distance learning and so forth, But we also have YOLO County that has just come out this evening with their own restrictions, which is a little more open. The restaurants are still allowed some outdoor seating, but you have to be with your own family members. And and they've got a lot of their own restrictions, too. So it's something you might have to go online for because each of the county's it sounds like they're starting to do their own thing, so we'll have those at kfbk dot com. Also some local reaction to the locked down orders. District One Plaster county Supervisor Bonnie Gore says she was surprised to hear the news from the governor yesterday. And she thinks small businesses will be suffering as a result of the lockdown orders personal. This was a shock that change the health officers were not aware that this was coming. We just don't know when we will hit that number and and fortunately in the greater Sacramento region were at 22% ICU capacity. That's a good thing we don't know when it will get lower. Of 15%. And the way the governor frame it up. It looks like it could be any day now. And that is giving local businesses just heart attacks, not knowing if they're going to have to shut down further based on these ICU rates, and gorse is unlike some other counties that we just mentioned they are not going to do any preemptive lockdowns. Says the best thing for residents to do right now to support their local businesses in any way they can more news now with Kate the case, Joe Michael's kiddie Butte County Hospitals and ICUs aren't overwhelmed at this point, But KFBK is Mike Bacca tells us that may not be enough to keep them off the governor's expanded stay at home list. Health officials say Butte County still has enough ICU beds and at least locally is not in danger of falling below the 15% capacity threshold. Established by Governor Newsome, Danette York with Butte County Public Health says they're department has liaisons that work with the three hospitals in Butte County monitoring available beds and ICU units. As of right now, we have been seeing increased cases and increased hospitalizations. But they are not overwhelmed at this point, Even if you county stays under that 15% ICU threshold if their region, which includes Sacramento, goes below that mark, the county would be held to the stay at home directive. Mike Baka News. 93.1 KFBK, California will be closing state government offices in response to Governor Gavin Newsom's new Stay at home order. State offices will close for three weeks starting Monday. News and stay at home order comes amid a record number of positive coronavirus tests in the state. The president and lawmakers meeting with doctors today to discuss the pending covered 19 vaccines and a roundtable discussion today. The CDC in Atlanta vice President Mike Pence, saying he is optimistic that emergency use authorization will come for the first vaccine in the US in the next week and a half for show and then he believes things will begin getting better and more confident than ever that the day will come and come soon when we put this coronavirus in the past, But first the U. S has to get through current rising case numbers and This week, a record high daily death count Alex Stone, ABC News Democrats campaigning in Georgia today in a race that could shift the balance of power in the Senate, ABC is Lionel noisy reports. The stakes are high in Georgia Senate race moment, Um, is with us. The other side knows it. They're running scared, And they should be Reverend Raphael Warnock, speaking at a virtual campaign rally, encouraging people to vote again. Battle is not over. We've got a race in front of us, and we intend to win. And we need all Georgians to recognize this deciding moment. That's the inflection point. We're not and John also facing off against two millionaire incumbent senators Kelly Leffler and David Purdum. The event also included former President Obama and Stacey Abrams, Lionel Boys, ABC News Political I Q today, reporting results of a new poll from Rasmussen, which, as you know, tends to lean conservative, not good news for the conservatives in Georgia, though, while both races are within the margin of error. Democrats are ahead in age Ralph Warnock with a 2% point lead over Senator Kelly Leffler and Jon Ossoff's leading senator David Perdue. By 1% point. If the dams were to win each, they would take control of the Senate by virtue of Vice president elect Kamila Harris is tie breaking vote. 606 now on the kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. All right, Thank you, Joe. And it is six or seven. Coming up. We'll talk about the minimum wage. It's our poll today. And if it's a helpful or hurtful, but right now we're going to take a look at your top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk from ABC News. I'm Chuck Secrets in the number of covert deaths is going up in 48 States and Washington D C from two weeks ago. Say new numbers from the covert tracking project. The San Francisco Bay area is cracking down more. Under the new stay at home orders in the Bay Area. Barbershops in salons must close beginning on Sunday, restaurants will be to go on delivery. Only gatherings of any size will be prohibited. Bars and wine reason left to close. A non essential retail will be limited. Plus hotels will be able to only accept reservations from essential workers..
"butte" Discussed on The Dictionary
"It's the Mythbusters wow my brain is so broken Mythbusters they often use one of these things because they to test to test To test the myths they are often shooting cannons or guns or whatever and so they use these banks of dirt or sand or whatever to To stop those things and there was one time. I think it made the news before the episode aired. Obviously because they had to go at it and all that stuff but There was this one time where i think. This canon ball bounced off of the bank which we will call but for this case scenario and it bounced off which they were not expecting that it would do an bounced into Some neighborhood nearby which was very bad but they got. Nobody was hurt so was good. Okay one be for the fourth form of but synonym is target. One c is plural and we have the five c definition for the word range When d a blind for shooting birds number two a is obsolete synonyms are limit and bound to be is archaic. Synonym is goal as in. He made a goal as in. Here is my journey's end. Here is my but that is a quote from shakespeare man. I if you don't know what he's talking about. It's very confusing. So it's a goal here is my journey's end and here is my goal but he said but which i think is silly number three an object or no an object of abuse or ridicule. Synonym is victim as in the butt of all their jokes. You can have me be the butt of your jokes. that's okay. Fifth form of but now from the fifteenth century number. One synonym is buttocks and of course It's just it's the shorter form. They just took off the last four letters and made it. But and that is often used as a euphemism for the word ass in idiomatic expressions as in get your butt over here also is in kick but also as in saved our butts number to the large or thicker end part of something to oh and then we have to a a lean uppercut of the pork shoulder and to be the base of plant from which the roots spring to see the thicker or handle end of a tool or weapon three an unused remainder as of a cigarette or cigar. Three b. is slang. synonym is cigarette. Although i think it's not so much the cigarette i think it's more of the end of the cigarette when you're done with it. It becomes a cigarette but Four the part of they hide or skin corresponding to the animals back and sides But this is from middle english boot acc which means buttock and lower german but which means blunt.
"butte" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Not seen that you should go watch it if you are an adult or a younger person. It is great and it's funny and you know it's from the eighties but it sort of has this fifties feel to it. I think fifties And it's just so clever and smart and hilarious. And i suggest everybody go watch it and no this. The game did not come out after the movie the game was first and then the movie came out all right. So the etymology Oh interesting so this is from Basically old french word patel which means bottle and there's more at the word bottle so that's where the whole wine and liquor think it came from. So i wonder if they were if that was the first use of the word butler and then they their job expanded to All these other things receiving guests etc etc and And they were like. That's not part of my job description. I just wanted to deal with the alcohol. All right next. We have butler's pantry. Two words down from seventeen fifty seven a service room between kitchen and dining room. Maybe that's where they store all alcohol. No probably not a right now. We have the word but be ut in the last episode we had but but it only had won t but once you add that second t at totally changes things. There are actually six forms of this one So the first one is a verb from the thirteenth century. I is transitive to thrust push head. I also strike with the head or horns. It's always fun to do a but but it's it's it's not so good for your head so don't do that and then transitive to strike or shove with the head or horns butt. Heads is two words and that means to come into conflict Let's see this is from anglo-french bioterror or both share of dramatic origin akin to the old high german bozon which means to beat. And there's more at the word beat now. We have the second form of but now from sixteen forty seven a blow or thrust usually with the head or horns. If i had horns i would be headbutting all the time. No i wouldn't third form of but now n- from the fourteenth century one a large especially for wine beer or water there. If you if you go back this is head in the gutter time. There is probably a bung in the but which yeah okay. Moving onto number to any of various units of liquid capacity especially a measure equal to one hundred and eight imperial gallons. That is a but also four hundred and ninety one leaders. I think that's what it's saying that a but is one hundred eight imperial gallons or four hundred ninety one leaders next. We have the fourth form of but this is a noun from the fourteenth century. One a a backstop as a mound or bank for catching missiles shot at a target. This reminds me of a bubba. Why can i think of the name..
"butte" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. It's the my podcast which is all about the stuff and the things Okay today the first word is butcher lee. B. u. T. c. h. e. r. l. y. adjective from fifteen thirteen resembling a butcher and a synonym is a savage. Maybe that should make you think about what butchers do if the synonym is savage. I dunno okay. Next is a butcher paper. Two words noun from nineteen forty. Four heavy brown or white paper used especially for wrapping meets. Well i pretty sure people were butchering meat. Way before nineteen forty four. So why what happened in one thousand nine hundred four did they change papers where they using something else. I don't know next is butchery. Butcher with a y noun from the fourteenth century one is chiefly british. Synonym is slaughterhouse. Butchery almo sounds it sounds it sounds way less bad than a slaughter house so no wonder they use a different word. Call what it is. It's a slaughterhouse number. Two the preparation of meat for sale three cruel and ruthless slaughter of human beans number. Four synonym is botch next. Is butte be why. No that's the pronunciation be ut and that is It's it's pronounced the same as the very last word of this episode but it's spelled a little bit differently so this butte is a noun from nineteen hundred sixty eight and a synonym is fennel buta zone. Something like that fennel buta zone next we have boutin be ut n. e. noun from eighteen eighty five a straight chain butylene butylene behind you t y l e e which we will probably be reading in the next episode when what episode is that. Oh we got a couple couple episodes for now. okay Let's see. that was butane now. We have buteyko butte with no noun from nineteen forty any genus of hawks with broad rounded wings relatively short tails and soaring flight. I would love to just sore in-flight in the sky. The genus name is also beauty and okay next. We have but four. Two words perec position from the twelfth century and the synonym is except for. That reminds me of a very silly joke from the south park movie which You know it's very old at this point. It's i think it's it's it's fairly Child appropriate but one of the characters says. Did you bring the. But for and says what's the but for and then he says for pooping and he has a french accent. So it's it's extra funny okay next. We have bubba butler. This is a noun from the thirteenth century. One a manservant having charge of the wines and liquors. Well anytime i thought of a butler. I didn't i thought they took care of lots of things other than just wine and liquor. But wow that's a quite a job number two. The chief male servant of a household who has charge of other employees receive guests directs the serving of meals and performs various personal services. That's what i think of. What i think of butler but now i know that they could also just be in charge of alcohol. We recently re the movie clue..
Interview With Matthew McConaughey
"Hanging out there. I'm a lifelong new yorker Hanging out in crested butte colorado. Right now and On monday night there was barely any moon in this guy. Nine thousand feet so there's no clouds and there's a meteor shower and it was on the news so i went outside so midnight. I'm standing out in the middle of nowhere. Like ink black skies that stores are just dripping into the ground and they're shooting stars kenley going across and i've got you in my right ear half reaching half telling stories and just thinking to myself. This is an interesting moment. My go-to places always been nature. It's where i stone and it seems like for you. There's somethin' can magical about the combination of nature in solitude. Also yeah. I like that term issues. It's where i touch stone. You said i like that. I'll steal that but a footnote you Yeah for me on just on always can measure. I'm sam in la. I'm in new york. And i'm working. I'm hammered thanks On the day to day gallaudet responsibilities. I'm good at doing that. But all of a sudden when i find is go i'll get ahead of time meaning arab six o'clock yet it's four. Twenty two off cheeks will slow down. So if i go click off check out to have my time in nature or be outside. Get back with the rhythm. That's my vertically stacked responsibilities income comeback guys it was fuel embassy to about three fifteen and i look at the mark o'clock. Don't wear a watch the phone as three seven t there we go okay like a minute or two behind actually my favorite spot just a hair like that like that like a great drummer Like the like. The drummer was on that That that was a these things drivers just on the back side of of the to not not on the front side of the wave just on the back side of the way and then i find that things. All that vertically stacked responsibilities that i'm feeling like accomplishes accomplished knock this down. And i you know start to run on reserve that lays down and becomes lateral in front of me and i can see it all sudden instead of the proverbial weight on the shoulders of that large stack. There's no late on the show because now it's loud in front of me. I can see wanted time. Gotta hop from lily badly. Get just as much or more with a lot less stress after and that's what nature gives me that clock. I think for me yes. No i love that man that really resonates also been thinking. Interestingly we're in this moment in time where the rate of not just speed but acceleration of everything boom boom boom boom boom. It feels like the way that most people are trying to quote keep up with that keep their head above water. Hold on for dear. Life is to accommodate by trying to develop the skill of moving faster right. And it's interesting because for me. What i've been really thinking about lately and kinda see is similar to what you just described is will maybe the better way to handle. This is actually light to cultivate the practices that allow you to slow down time and discern what really matters rather than trying to take it all in and keep up with everything you will the bandwidth we definitely. We would definitely some universally agreed on governor or sifter or or a drain to sift out a lot of needless frequencies or the did the non-constructive frequencies to make room for clear channel for the stuff that matters. That's dog onshore in may be that by process of elimination by process would make room for the things that that that really do matter. That are successful that you can you know have make a living with as well but also Feed us may make room for that those bandwidths to to be de bruyne lighter and have more of an auto bahn you know in their transference To and from us and when they get us even more of an audubon from art nugget to our heart you know that's another audubon frequency. I mean there's just a much sifted through. I think matters what doesn't end what's that governor for society enforces individuals. His oh this actually matched. And i sometimes think that society has gotten to point now where they actually see most of news frequencies that they all that sorta like. I'm taking it too seriously. Maybe like come on man. You don't need to believe that now. They're kind kinda feel excited behind the rag on lincoln to we know it's all soft porn. We gotta get it. We know it's all tmz. I mean this whole even even gleaning big about that with politics. It's up and go. Is everyone kind of get. Get the g. And is that a good thing that things that we had reverence for courtrooms that were never. We were never allowed in political leadership positions. That were by over there in that place on top of that hill that now we like. Oh that we've been in. There would be
Cheyenne River Youth Project distributes food boxes
"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio gonzalez.
Virtual Doctors, Teaching Native History, and Cheyenne River Youth Project
"The national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. During the pandemic more and more doctors visits are going virtual and some people are avoiding clinics emma gibson reports that within the navajo nation. Women's healthcare is adapting as much as possible with infrastructure and as nature will allow when the pandemic i took hold in the navajo nation. People avoided the doctor because they were afraid of being exposed to the disease. Now after a short respite case numbers are surging again. Jennifer white hair is a women's health doctor practicing into the city. She's also a citizen of the nation. I think a lot of us have been surprised. We think of it as we're not seeing patients as often we would see more bad outcomes and we haven't really seen that dr white hair says she doesn't know why this is but guesses. More people are self treating unlike city doctors off tribal lands. She can't rely on the internet for a telehealth appointment. She's depending on phone calls. Patients monitoring their own blood pressure in some in person visits. We do recognize that there is going to be some minimal us. But we can't modify pregnancy during the pandemic she says she's proud of her community and their willingness to wear masks to protect others just outside the nation in flagstaff. Arizona masks have become highly politicized for national native news. I'm gibson a south dakota teacher says while the stay has helped we've in curriculum about american indian history more can be done. Mike mohan reports a report last year from the national congress of american indians noted. Twenty seven states don't even mention native americans and their k. Through twelve curriculum but a majority of states surveyed said. They're trying to improve their lessons. Leslie crow who teaches on the rosebud. Indian reservation sees positive movement and south dakota but she worries. Many students aren't getting the whole story. All students need to understand that way. You know non natives can also appreciate our culture and would also be more empathetic to our culture in the way of life that we've that was taken from us grow says. She attended public schools and didn't learn much about our people's history until she transitioned to a tribal school. The state department of education didn't respond to a request for comment before deadline. But in twenty. Seven south dakota passed a law that required the development of content on the history behind the region's chimes crow. Who also is a member of the south dakota education association as part of the difficulty is getting enough staff to carry out the lesson plans and ways that students can absorb the information she thinks. If administrators encouraged more teachers to embrace the curriculum their students might have greater appreciation for the contributions or native americans. Air comes a lot of good things that are people known have like our way of life is really truly sacred and there's a lot of all these good things that really help. Our people survive. One example of teachers taking the initiative is in rapid city where a handful of educators have each been assigned roles to fully integrate the curriculum across the district. That was mike mohan reporting the cheyenne river sioux tribe enacted a shelter in place. Order monday for the community of eagle butte. south dakota due to rising cova nineteen cases. The cheyenne river. Youth project helps sir families before the order was in place with three curbside distributions last week which included fresh produce home-cooked meals and turkey. Boxes produce dinners were also given out earlier in the fall. The cheyenne river youth project is a grassroots organization dedicated to helping young people on the reservation. The shelter in place order is expected to last through the middle of next week. I'm antonio
"butte" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Digger News 93 boy one kfbk. Okay. Got some cloudy skies out there right now. 57 degrees, moderate air quality within a cue eye of 76 in Sacramento, Alright, and the moving vans are moving out. More Californians are considering moving to other states amid record wildfires. Public health orders and the rising cost of living Scott Fuller this morning who, by the way, started the website, leaving the bay area dot com is saying that he was, you know, moving for him was the right move. We looked at kind of the cost of living and the quality of life. In California knew that they were going to be some better options out there and we, you know, research, which is really what I do for my client. And Fuller says that in the past, it was primarily older people who were looking to stretch out their retirement money. They're the ones who wanted to leave. But now People are leaving because of the politics. I think over the last couple of years, you know, we've seen that move more towards you know, people who just kind of feeling alienated. You know, they're not being properly represented. They have concerns, you know, with A direction that the government's going. We need to be clear here, too. He says that it's too early to tell if this is a Max, mass exodus that is here in California, But he believes the reasons for people leaving have changed over the years. Census Data shows that more middle of low income people have been leaving California since 2018. But the Golden State continues to be a top destination for people moving here from other countries and the population does continue to rise. Due to the birth rate in the state of you Counties head of election says she has one wish for voters as they get ready to cast their ballots KFBK is Mike back a reports. I just wish people would quit watching social media and scare tactics that are out there that is viewed county clerk or quarter Candice grubs, She says the attacks on the post office and how they handle the ballots. Is unfair, and it's not true. Our post office is doing a great job. Looking fast. Got the ballots out to you. They were just drop shipped in, uh, Sacramento on last Friday. They have butts up here on Saturday. She says Butte County.
To pube or not to pube
"Flick through any magazine and you will not see pubic hair. Go down to the beach and look I may my thoughts not great but I'm not saying many cubes. And San up. Onto where? And I? Look I don't know you that. Well but I feel like I can bit that. If you look into your pants, you won't be seeing Hagrid from Harry Potter. So how did we arrive here up? Most people achieve butte Alaska's cubes to modern porn culture. It's true. Porn is everywhere and it's having a massive impact a study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine from two thousand, fifteen found sixty percent guys said they preferred their partners to be here free. But we have a much longer history of removing cubes. Some ancient Egyptian women would remove their piquet with a copper up and wealthy Roman women even had slaves who'd pluck out PK's. In both instances, cubes were considered uncivilized or an claims and turns out for a lot of us. That opinion hasn't changed much. I think a lot of perceiving it as unclean. This is Dr Talaat ripple. She's gone apologist and obstetrician, and she spends most of her days looking at Volvos pubic hair does have biological function. It basically is a protection one during sexual activity. If changes the dynamics from skin on skin win, there's no pubic hair to here on hair. It also functions as a barrier. It's a physical better that traps either debry or pathogens bacteria. Then therefore minimize risk of infection to the Volvo the Vagina Leiria Ray search says the main reason why we remove ourselves is because we think it's cleaner and more hygiene IQ as Dr Taps is. Actually protect us they like a Ninja warrior shielding Elvis from. Jimmy Intruders Ha. What Guy Yeah. But, sometimes, we choose to ignore the superpowers. I was shaving my legs once the shower and I thought why not continue all the way? Pain any seven or eight school we didn't lack. She got out of the pool. We like spider legs poking out the side I ended up with a shopping rush in the worst possible area all my friends kind of like giggling online, golden, garrisoning, gross coming into you do well that I was like. Am I doing this and who's it for? GOP Hugues I've been removing them. It's important to me to have huge. Single especially its shape I had a C. On the first time let it do its thing until I get complaints
3 more people reported missing as wildfires continue in California
"Three more people are now unaccounted for. Among the devastation of the North complex. What zone in Butte County, California that brings the number of missing in the wildfire to 19 share of Cory Honey says he's asking for more search and rescue teams right now, the areas that we need to search Are too hot, and Cal Fire's asked this to wait to deploy those later when that is safe for that to be done, So we're going to evaluating that deployment starting on Monday, the death toll is also being lowered to nine is one set of remains has been determined to be the model of a skeleton. Among the dead or a 77 year old woman and a 16 year old boy. Firefighters have contained 21% of the 252,000 acre complex with 5% containment reported on the 70,000 acre, one song.
"butte" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Homes to Butte County Sheriff says Two people were found in one location. The third in another location. The fire northeast of San Francisco was threatening several communities has been fueled by high winds and burns through 25 miles of mountainous terrain. They've been dealing with multiple fires for weeks. The US four service that all national force for now closed in California due to fire at extreme fire behavior. This after 15 firefighters were injured Tuesday when they were defending a force service station in Monterey. California Governor Gavin Newsom said dozens of wildfires burning throughout the state have prompted evacuations. Some have burned down homes. The wind activity appears to be dying down, which is encouraging and the rest of the week looks a little bit more favorable from a wind perspective and a weather perspective, the National Weather Service said. Anticipated Santa Ana winds in Los Angeles Are also now forecast to be less severe than originally thought. Jessica Rosenthal, Fox News Pacific Northwest also dealing with historic fires in Oregon. Early reports indicate that the towns of Detroit and Central Oregon Blue River and Vita in Lane County and Phoenix and talent in southern work and are substantially destroyed. Hundreds of homes have been lost Governor Kate Brown At least three people have died in fires in Oregon. Wildfires in Washington state have killed a small child. President Trump continues to defend its response to the pandemic. After recorded comments made a journalist Bob Woodward were released where.
"butte" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Disease expert, Dr Lillian Abu says, My hand is now the EPI Center off the pandemic. What we were seeing in Wuhan six months ago five months ago. Now we are their Navy Seas. Monaco Sohrab. He has more in Florida. People now say it's taking weeks to get test results back Some Floridians air now blaming Governor Rhonda Santas for the surge of cases in the state, one protester interrupting a news conference to give the governor a piece of his mind every day and you are doing nothing. For falsifying information. You are misleading. The public older, 4000 people have more cases on the West Coast is well. It's led to a halt in reopening efforts as California orders, bars and movie theatres closed again and in many areas, Jim's churches, hair salons, barbershops and indoor malls are being ordered shutdown. The state's biggest school districts are announcing schools will not reopen in the fall. L. A U. S D Superintendent Austin Buechner Health and Safety of all in the school community is not something we can compromise. Buechner saying school will resume next month. But it will be remote learning like Stone. ABC NEWS Los Angeles Supreme Court overnight, clearing the way for the first federal execution in 17 years. It's had to take place later today at a prison in Indiana. Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend charged with grooming victims for his sexual abuse appears in a New York courtroom today. Dylan Maxwell is hoping to be released on a $5 million bond. Prosecutors say she's very good at hiding. Authorities in southern California, confirming they have found the body of former glee star Naya Rivera, who had gone boating with her young son on Lake Pirro last week. We do believe she was in that area when she went swimming based on our conversations with her son. The information that we had from the witnesses in the area. That's the Ventura County Sheriff. Bill IAB. You're listening to ABC News. Can't win Use radio Tommy is for Oh, too. They're calling it the Elephant Butte Fire..
"butte" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It was so windy Friday in Butte county a year ago today as a campfire sparked by an electrical line rapidly began moving through the town of paradise on that day Christina Smith called us to say she was trying to get out fire quickly approaching mark hearing I close them behind that it was daytime but it looked like night black in paradise there the breed right now I'm on our cars he was bumper to bumper traffic trying to get out of town Christina survived eighty five victims died in the camp fire Alex stone EBC names police say a mother laughter parked S. U. V. running she left two of our kids sit in there as well now she went inside to school to pick up her third child when she came out the car in her kids were gone stolen new haven Connecticut police lieutenant Elliot Rosa good Samaritan located the children called in to police Damien's Cassandra Montero I saw two little kids on the side of the highway exit she wasn't sure so I turned around to come back to check to see if that's what I really saw a nine month old girl and her five year old brother police lieutenant rose a calls it it's a good job our officers and fellow tell surrounding agencies police say the cars were covered two people arrested Chuck secrets ABC news one tiny car which made a big impact on generations of kids taking its place in history it's one of the latest additions to the national toy hall of fame our cars need no gas never get a flat and are guaranteed for ten thousand pushes matchbox revolutionized the toy car industry after they were introduced in nineteen fifty three the museum says the name is now synonymous with miniature cars game master the coloring book round out the class of twenty nineteen Terry Alden or ABC news.
"butte" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The camp fire in Butte county when thirteen thousand households were displaced from paradise Khan cal in Miguel yeah there were only around one thousand vacant units in the county to take the men KQED Sonya Hudson has more on how people have been dealing after the camp fire view county was bursting at the seams so I just can't stand in my car I'm living in a room in a friend's home in Chico well I know that there's two city right here in order to find permanent housing in Butte county some people like the horn back family are trying out living arrangements they'd never considered before that's my son my oldest daughter and my youngest son I only have two that's her husband Laurie horn back is standing around the kitchen island eating dinner with her husband and their two kids and their spouses four grandchildren and their daughter in law's mother okay after living out of trailers for four months the three generations of cornerbacks pooled their money to buy a big house on the outskirts of paradise I don't think we have a choice that's John horn back Lori's husband there sitting at the kitchen table next to a big open living space where the family hangs out each night John says there was hardly any housing available we looked all over the valley as well and I had my insurance company looking for us you know for two months they looked never could find anything Laurie says living together does come with its challenges they're a very loud family and when it gets chaotic for one or the other we go to our perspective corners and put herself in time out but there are some benefits beyond the financial ones living so close under one roof helps the horn backs who are still struggling with trauma from the fire lead John in Laurie's daughter in law was six months pregnant during the fire she got stuck in a parking lot as the blaze swept through we decided to come here because now we really just need in our family because we lost you know everything being together was way more help than anything the horn backs choice reflects just how tight the housing market in Butte county has become after the fire there weren't nearly enough places for sale or rent to absorb everyone who lost their homes and in the first few weeks rents increased thirteen percent and sale prices jumped twenty percent according to the online real estate companies fill out those prices have come down and there's a little more availability but ed Mayer executive director of the pew county Housing Authority says finding housing is still an uphill battle and he says even though the market is pressuring people to leave many don't want to there's a real population here particularly in the hill country of folks who lived here this is all a now and in the it's a rural lifestyle and there's the kind of communities up there they're mutually supportive mayor says the people who have left have gone to places where they have family or to town similar to paradise.
"butte" Discussed on OUTDOORS SCOPED
"But if you're gonNA instagram you'll see this we will be left. Moab and we had had this crazy shit heaven so faith has suburban suburban you know she she bought it. She pays for it with our business. She sells road. NFL skin-care and she this is her baby and all I do is ride in it and pay for the insurance. She pays for everything else. Iraq right after we left. Moab a rock hit the windshield and cracked it. L. Put a picture up owning scream. I haven't yet I will if the wind chill hadn't been there that Rockwood hit me right between the eyes and kill me because because that's that was the trajectory it was on well. That was yesterday morning skipping ahead to yesterday evening right when we got into Idaho. I guess we were halfway through Idaho because we we went through. Idaho like a rocket sled on rails halfway through Idaho. Another truck throws up Iraq an I shit you not that a second rock impact you can see is about an inch and a half straight below the first one what are the odds of that. Let's be really. Let's think about the odds of that. I mean we were. We were thinking manifest. NFL another rock hits right there. It's coming through the windshield but you know I I was their second time. Faith was sitting there. We I mean we were just we were flabbergasted. I mean we were all just like Oh my God. I mean like you know you get that travel stupor. We were all awake after that and I and it's unbelievable. I can't even I can't even fathom what the odds were that that could happen twice in one day but so we let bad happened talked about traveling with kids on episode Twenty Eight and what a nightmare that can be what a blessing it can be at the same time. Let me let me tell you about the blessing part now. This is actually the nightmare part but I'm kind of making a joke. We leave Moab. We get about an hour. you know headed north towards PROVO and babies like Mommy. I have to go poop. I have to go poop. I have to go poop more like we can't stop anywhere. There's like the next town is like forty five minutes away. Let's go poop right now. Go poop right now. I gotta go poop right now was was she gets going. It's like you can't stop her like she will shit her pants and she'll ruin her clothes and the seat and we'll have to deal with that for the rest of the frigging vacation so we pull over and we say okay baby. If you say if you gotta go pooh-pooh then you go on the side of the road she said Okay discharged has no fear squats on the side of the road right next to the suburban and freaking dumps it off right there right there on the side of the interstate state so that was the second highlight. That's one of the blessings of traveling with children but we went to we went up through Provo. Don't ever move to Provo. Let me just tell you that right now. Don't move to Provo Utah not only is there a mind like right outside of the town or Corey quarrier. Something the wind was crazy blowing dust all over the town but there is a lake there. I think it's called Provo Lake. It's a shallow lake. It was like lime green is what it looked like from the interstate. It is the deepest part of it is fourteen feet. I mean it's a big surface. Area wise is a big ask sleek fourteen feet deep in the deepest point forcing fee. That's it so obviously that lake stays warm well. I drive by and I looked at it. I said there's nobody on that lake so that is a big lake and there's not one boat on jet skis or boats or anything and then faith in slade look it up real quick and it turns out they had a Algebra boom warning and they were telling people don't get on the lake because the dangerous algae is in bloom right now and it'll make you and your dog and everybody else and their grandmother six so state of buck off the lake so that's why there was nobody on the lake. I was like Oh that gives me the creeps. You know I mean a lake. That's like four or five hundred feet. Deep creeps me out less than a huge you judge talking surface area a huge lake all the surf. I surface area. That's only fourteen deep at the deepest point and stay so warm yeah. I got open. This Cup real quick stays so warm that it's full of fucking algae bloom and making people sick reminds me of when when I was a kid and the river would get so low and all those kids would dumb ass kids go swimming in the stagnant river and then you'd see on the news on San Antonio that some other person died because because they swam in the stagnant water and it was full of bacteria swim in that and you don't you don't get in that the water circulating stay the fuck out of it but anyway so I'm talking about a lot of potty right now for plotting to my talk but hey travel dog so you get Provo and then there's this quarry outside of Provo in the wind blowing so hard it's just like dust everywhere and then you not long after that you making Salt Lake City. I never been to Salt Lake City before and never seen the great salt lake still haven't seen the great Salt Lake. I saw like obey that comes off the lake north of Salt Lake City. I'm married a Mormon. I told you this last time I married a girl who was Mormon. Not Mormon anymore but I married a Mormon girl and so of course she wanted her whole life. She wanted to see Salt Lake City in the temple because if you don't know your history the Mormons in the early eighteen hundreds eight hundred eighteen thirties eighteen forties came through end settled old old big party Utah and took up residence outside of Salt Lake City Brigham Young came through and in some ways very forcefully took over Utah really and you know Salt Lake City has the the the temple the temple for the Mormon religion. They have you know. Zion's banks you know headquartered there I think and Byu Brigham Young University was over Mormons like you know Salt Lake City she is that she's nationally. That's where they go. Let's let's like their pilgrimage and so even though not Mormon anymore faith has always wanted to see the temple and and I gotTa admit I mean it's beautiful. The grounds the landscaping the architecture the size. You know everybody that's there. That's Mormons addressed I. They're all dressed up and well-groomed. You know I got real uncomfortable there. I mean I can be pretty sharp-dressed when it comes to court Gordon jury trials but for the most part you know I'm Kinda Harry. and don't like to wear a suit unless I have to go to work to sell for me being there with Eh pushed it a little bit but it is pretty cool. It's pretty impressive. so we saw the temple gall put some pictures on instagram is a big ask temple. I mean you don't even understand how big this thing is. It takes standing next to it and like I told you I got those wide-angle Lenses. I told you on episode twenty I got those wide-angle Lenses and his Alia Lia Wide Angle Lens did a kick ass job getting pictures of all of those buildings like the whole thing and and there's a disappearing pool in front of the Temple Disappearing Ledge you know and if you take a picture picture of that pool in front of the Temple and Winding Lens you can get the whole thing well just so happen when I was taking a shot. people get married there all day every day. it's every single day but I mean there were like four or five weddings going on just during the thirty minutes that we were there and they're out in front taking pictures pictures. You know it's Kinda cool that was neat to see but we're taking pictures in front of the disappearing edge pool. It's in front of the temple and I notice they're having a hard time getting angle and I was like hair. Put this on your phone clipped clipped it from my phone and put it on their phone and it was Kinda cool 'cause they wound up getting a bad ass picture of the bride and groom with the Whole Temple in the background that they would not have gotten had. I not been standing right there. So you know I it kind of amy. Feel good. You know I help somebody for the day that was my warm and Fuzzy and they were very appreciative so we we left there and aided chick-fil-a fillet then we sat in traffic for an hour and a half trying to get out of UTAH. If you WANNA see the Great Salt Lake which I heard smells really bad you have to drive to it from Salt Lake City. You know you can't see it from salt. Lake City you gotTA drive to it and we had to get to Butte Montana. What's what's been so he had to go through the rest of Utah and we had to go through Idaho and then we had to go up into Montana to get there to get here if you will and I was like there's no way we can you know we we gotta we gotTa move. I got a book it so have time to go drive to the lake especially we didn't because we wound up sitting in traffic but when we were sitting in Chick-fil-a we we we hadn't decided that we're GonNa come to you yet. We were kind of playing it by ear by the seat of our pants and it was like six thirty and I said Y'all got five hours in you and they were like yeah. I looked faith as you got five hours in you and she said Yeah I said let's go to Butte. It's five hours away and we can fish all day on Friday and then we can hope it to Swan Lake in glacier park a a by Canada the next day so that's what we did and trove all day yesterday after Salt Lake and into the night it again and this time faith and I were both awake and will we crossed the Border Idaho is. I know it was pretty bad ass. I mean it's beautiful awful. It's so much forming and ranching. I mean there are cows everywhere. These huge valleys like Montana and Idaho Idaho had these huge vistas like great big vistas. Big Sky's the the mountains. Don't don't like the mountains that are you seeing. Idaho really don't have forests on them the ones that I saw on fifteen one fifteen north. They're huge but you know it's not like they're. They're not like in Colorado where there's forests covering everything or up here and view you. You know a little further up you know there's forest covering the mountains that you see when you drive back into the canyons where where we were fishing today but but Idaho's beautiful you know I mean obviously they got potatoes and stuff like that but just bury green very lush it was a cool deal. It was neat to see Idaho. We stopped at a rest stop. That's all we didn't. We didn't do anything else nicest fucking rest stop I've ever been in my life. I'm not getting that rest was nicer than you know my house had literature everywhere that you could take for free very clean very well constructed very ECO friendly and the way it was set up was his very very I don't know it was a smart and into Montana. Roy Stop when we first got into Montana that rest.
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"Your life is going to change because this is such a healing in uplifting episode because of my incredibly motivational guest. I felt it appropriate to use this opportunity to share at the top of the show. Some news. Focke allow harder than I thought it was going to be. So I have an announcement to make. And this is a personal announcement. Because some of you are very observant. And you've been picking up on the fact that something has been going on in my life. I have been keeping this from you offer a few months, but it's time to face the music and tell y'all what's going on. You know, just today I had to tell my dry cleaner. So I tell people everywhere I go because it is what's going on in my life. And it's it's really happening. It's the truth. This is extremely painful to share. But this show is first and foremost about my life and amending the truth has been very hard and now's the time to share what's been going on. So I'm just going to say it. I'm getting a divorce. The past few months have been extremely difficult and horrifically painful for me. And if you've been listening to Nash Butte for wild, and you know, how much and how funny I've spoken about my marriage, and my husband he's been on this show multiple times. And you'll know how much I love him. But my marriage is ending. And I'm not ready to get into wire. How just know that I've been doing my best to keep it together. I haven't taken a single week off. Because I need Najib. You. But it's been really really hard. I, you know, went through a trauma. I was actually diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder. It's been really really hard. But the only reason I say that is because I'm going to be okay. And that is all I'm going to say about it right now. I have so much could share, you know, about this new chapter in my life, and a lot of you follow me on Instagram, and you've noticed like all the kooky things I've been up to, you know, swimming with sharks. I got my belly by peers which has been taken out because it affected critically really bad. Turns out piercings aren't as easy to maintain. You think? So that that one went out, you know, I went learn Transito meditation. I wrote a bird scooter in Austin with no helmet. Okay. Somebody is wild last weekend. Goat eight my hair at a party..
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"Lives of the mind explores the passions and pursuits a quad citizens who lead their lives by their interests through meaningful conversations. The cultivate curiosity encourage lifelong learning Maria. And I'm here today Charles Navarro and joining me the in the WB studio today is Dr. Brian Leetch who is a professor of history at Augustina College. So Dr Leach. How did you end up coming into Augustina? That's a great question. I came to Augustan. A- a little over a decade ago actually came here to teach part time because my wife was going to chiropractic practice. Cool across the river and they've never gotten rid of me despite unsure efforts but now you teach history and and and talking about yourself you mentioned that more specifically you like to focus on mining history but what brought you to studying mining history and sort of that social environmental form of history. I guess that maybe should start with environmental history. I became really interested in the people's relationship to the natural world. When I wasn't undergraduate? I had some professors who did a number of different kinds of approaches to The environment that came from the humanities came from the social sciences which I'd never experienced or encountered before and history seemed like a great way to better understand understand why it is that we use Pacific natural resources and then essentially how and why we now put them in things like the graphite and our pencils or why these kinds of objects are actually have some some meaning to us and where they come from right. Why is it that we combined certain kinds of things together so actually I came in a mining history kind of from that angle? And so if you want the real truth to why I'm interested in mining and mining history though it's because I grew up in Montana and I drove by a lot of mines or went into them. I had school field trips when I was in grade school at mining facilities. Where they would going Shell you the reclamation efforts they were doing and so I was always kind of interested in mining and new too little about it and so my real interested in minute came from some kind of a local knowledge of knowing that it happened but not really why or how it affected people or the environment so Allama doing environmental history get has a lot to do with? It's like the natural world along with like how we work with it. Use It. Do you find yourself working with other disciplines like geology. Environmental Studies things like like that. Yeah definitely I think one of the best things about this weird little sub discipline called environmental history. Is that you kind kind of half to talk to different people. You have to read different kinds of things so I had to sit there and try and interpret. Oh engineering engineering documents. Which I had no idea how to read when I started getting interested in mining engineering and mining history and then eventually realized that even many current current modern day engineers had no idea what was in those documents because they do engineering so differently now and then I had to figure out what actually the impacts were on the environment armament beyond just what people were describing in interviews or in their own documents and so yeah so then I ended up having to talk to environmental scientists and read some of the things they were writing too so I think sometimes in us find a particular subject you end up having to kind of reach out into different areas weren't expecting so this sort of area of research has led you to write a lot of articles about mining and a lot of award winning articles about mining and more specifically Butte Montana? Is that close to where you grew up. If you Montana is about an hour plus away from where I grew up and yes so I I spent. I think my real interest is from butte. I wrote a whole book almost entirely because I would drive by this big open pit mine and I noticed that there was parts of town that kind of petered off in in that direction and I was asking around and essentially found out that there used to be other neighborhoods there but I didn't really get much more information than that and so I think a lot of my interest just came from trying to figure out butte Montana which is a fascinating mining city which has been around a long time right. It has this century of underground mining history long before transition to open pit copper mining. And so it's a great place to study mining and everyone there is essentially a local historian. Who will go on on and on for hours on end to you? So it's also really fun place to do interviews. Are you partial to doing more. Like oral types of history. Or do you like staying Dana Archives and things like that so I like all of it I think the best thing about oral history interviews from historians perspective as we often often ask documents questions that they can't answer because they're written documents and they're sitting there and they're from the past but you can ask a person the exact question that you wanted to have answered and they'll at least take an attempt at it and so I found that oral history interviews are pretty helpful research methods now. I don't use it for everything or every project but certainly if there's a way to get a window into people's daily lives and experience that's probably one of the best right. They're going to be able to do a great job recounting to you. Exactly what they did everyday for work for instance or what kinds of leisure activities. They've done in the past so it's a really nice Window into those kinds of activities that are not going to show up and written documents. He don't normally write down everything you do at your workplace. So did you a US a lot of these oral interviews when doing research and beat Montana and specifically in your article protest power and the pit. I don't know if you'd like to talk about that article. Yeah sure there are some interviews that I use in that particular article the although it actually have to say much of that. Oracle is actually based in you know archives. I wandered around Union archives so other labor unions who worked in mining have materials deposited actually around the country. They're not in Butte. This one hard part of doing research and so some of those things were actually kind of uncovered stories in in that way. I found some strange photographs in a life magazine article that we're of kind of neighborhoods crumbling and deteriorating before our very eyes is and so that article in particular kind of came out of me trying to figure out what those what those images were of and why why they showed up in popular publication like life magazine in Nineteen fifty and so I essentially eventually found both union files suggested that unions were really upset about the introduction of open pit mining in Butte because they were gonNA lose numbers of employees largely because open pit mining just requires fewer employees than underground mining but also there are all these documents that were about some of the communities they are viewed that were protesting the expansion of the open. Pit Mine into their neighborhoods. So in that article Nicole you talked a lot about the tensions between the unions and the mining companies are some of those tensions still around today and beat Montana if you can notice them at all so I'd say yes and no so there are there are no. There's no mining labor union there. Although there is a fair amount of mining going on the current operating mine pays fairly decent wages. which is part of it? Are there still plenty of tensions between both that company. That company no longer exists right but essentially it was bought up by an oil company and then they shut down their mind. So really what happens is the oil company is busy cleaning up. A lot of the mining refuse doing doing some work under guidance of the EPA and so a lot of the tensions now are actually more about environmental cleanup and Butte than they are about the actual actual workplace and tensions between the company in the minors. Do you think that company had any original intentions. When switching and transitioning to open pit mining their intentions were to make money still as you might guess although they they were run the Anaconda Mining Company which was essentially the the main game in town for at least a century in Butte also was run by a lot of people even though eventually it was run from New York and had enterprises enterprises in Chile and Mexico and around the world but they they made a lot of their money in other places but because in many of those people had started in Butte they had great affection for the community and so actually some of that transition to open the mining was that they wanted to save butte and keep mining alive? Live and they'd mind at a lot of the really good veins and figured out that they could probably just dig from the top and get a lot of the leftover copper and Melinda moments some of these other minerals that are interested in and so I think some of it was actually them being interested in doing better. I guess In butte even though it eventually he had some rather detrimental effects for the community itself. We noticed in your article when we talked about it. There was a lot of sort of social effects especially with the neighborhood and with different communities communities and immigrant communities so we thought that maybe there could have been something there but that makes more sense. Okay and then your other article. We looked over today competition in community in entertainment the Anaconda Company's promotion of mine safety in Butte Montana Nineteen fifteen to nineteen forty two we. We were just fascinated by this article and we just wanted to know. How did you come across this? I was trying to figure out how underground mining worked and how you made it safe life. And so the words that article or me essentially finding this publication the Anaconda Company and put together for a number of decades to try and promote safety to through its employees. But of course it was also trying to promote community to and it was using the promotion of community and fun and excitement and leisure in competitions. And all these kinds of things away to sell safety also and so I just became interested because I'd never read anything anywhere else about Ways to promote safety other than just someone putting up a big sign right and saying be safe. Here's the right ways to do it or workers manuals right and so it was interesting to me that the company he was trying to sell safety to its workers especially by doing amusing things like telling jokes about people getting injured. Even you know right and so I think that's a really really strange way to look at workplace safety what brought the Anaconda companies sort of jumping on this safety first movement as you call it well. Safety First Movement was a fairly early complicated but increasingly big movement starting in the early twentieth century across many industries and a lot of it was was had. Really good motivations I mean essentially it was the progressive era and a lot of people in the early nineteen. Hundreds thought that efficiency also met safety right right and so in order to be efficient. You needed to be safe. He had to keep your workforce well and healthy because sometimes it was hard to replace them especially when it was more skilled industrial work. And so that was a lot of the impetus and then it kind of found its way into the mining industry And essentially if you could explain to the industry that they would perhaps perhaps make more money if they were also keeping their for safe then yeah they would want to promote it to mining also this kind of like intensely masculine industry it's specially at that time although somewhat today to and so they also had to talk some guys into putting on helmets and being more a careful with the dynamite right because a lot of them were were may perhaps a little bit nonchalant about it kind of on purpose right because it was part of their kind of Being kings the underground of vibe right so part of their promotion was they started having a lot of incentives for being like the safest crew..
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"Through the city peacefully. There were no incidents, and they're gathered here at secretary for the north of the city. There was a lot of controversy because the government. Called out the army to help protect monuments and buildings. Of course, it said they would never be in confrontation with protesters. But people thought that was too much today. There's been absolutely no violence, although they did although authorities did arrest about five thousand potential troublemakers in a preventative movement. So everything is gone fine today at the yellow vest March in parkland, Florida, people are mourning the death of a former student of Marjory stoneman Douglas high school and PR's Greg Allen reports. Nineteen year old Sydney I yellow was buried yesterday five days after taking her own life family. Members say Sydney ILO struggled with survivor's guilt. She was close friends with metal Pollick. One of the seventeen people killed at Marjory stoneman Douglas in February of two thousand eighteen she was also friends with Joaquin Oliver. Another of those killed writing about both friends on social media after their deaths. I l o went to Washington several weeks after the shooting for the March for our lives rally following her graduation from high school last June. She devoted herself to yoga becoming certified as a teacher just after her graduation. She shared a post about suicide prevention on our Facebook page with a hashtag asking for help is not a weakness. A gofundme page established file ellos family says she filled her days cheerleading doing yoga and brightening up the days of others. Greg Allen NPR news Miami. This is NPR from K Q, we denudes. I'm Jeremy Siegel all operations at San Francisco. International airport are back to normal after a security threat this morning forced the closure of some boarding areas and grounded flights according to airport. Officials a passenger brought a loaded gun magazine through a security checkpoint. Just after six thirty AM officials say TSA agents flagged the magazine at the security checkpoint. But accidentally pulled the wrong bag for inspection. The incident prompted the closure of security lines and grounded multiple flights for hours. Well officers look for the passenger officials say operations went. Back to normal after the passenger was found and brought back for rescreening new numbers. From state officials say California's unemployment rate held steady last month that four point two percent, then the state's economy saw a net gain of fourteen thousand six hundred jobs cake, you us Brian watt has more all counties in the bay area. Saw their unemployment rates fall some in February and all of them except for Solano county are now below four percent. Napa county had the biggest drop from four percent. Even in January two three point four percent. Last month the unemployment rate in Butte county, which was four point two percent before the campfire is now at six point one percent. I'm Brian watt. News for more state and local coverage. Find us online at denudes dot org. I'm Jeremy Siegel. And support this afternoon comes from personal capital, providing insight driven advice and serving over two million people with their financial. Tools personal capital support for NPR comes from eight twenty four presenting Gloria bell, starring Julianne Moore as a divorce say in her fifties, who's finding her rhythm in life and love and contemporary LA now playing and by the listeners and members of public radio eighty eight point five FM. Who? After lunch. My teacher MRs silver now, ask everyone to take up the math books now, I hate map. But it's not up to me. So I do what I'm told souvenir says. Glenn? She'd.
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"Butte. Deadly slides are coming off of buildings there. KOA? Newsradio is Connor shreve is live with that. Part of the story officials reporting that they've responded to multiple roof avalanches, those are slides that have been caused by people getting on their roofs trying to remove that. Excess snow building up there obviously trying to save their roofs and then getting taken down in sometimes buried by snow. They're trying to remove first responders there say it's happened. Multiple times in recent weeks often they say it's dangerous getting below the snow built up on the roofs because those roofs in some cases, a frame. Are built to make it easy for that snow to release reporting live, Connor shreve KOA. Newsradio sounds like we could have snow coming for the metro area. Maybe up to a foot of it on Wednesday. We'll have more on that. In live weather later on this hour. Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper says it's ridiculous for Republicans to label him another democrat says anti-business once you get back into these labels capitalist. Amaya socialist becomes kind of silly doesn't Hickenlooper has announced he's running for president in two thousand twenty. He drew attention last week after declining to call himself a capitalist during an interview with MSNBC Hickenlooper spent the weekend campaigning in Iowa. And he's in Texas this week. There's yet another showdown brewing in DC over President Trump's long-planned border wall. The White House release its budget request to congress later today. It will include nearly nine million dollars or nine billion dollars for the wall along the Mexican border national economic adviser Larry cudlow was asked about it by Chris Wallace yesterday on Fox News Sunday, but there's gonna be another budget fight over the wall. I suppose there will be I would just say that the whole issue of the wall board security is paramount importance. We have a crisis down there. Congress thought Trump over the issue earlier in the year causing that lengthy government shutdown Americans are among the dead after yesterday's Ethiopian Airlines crash in Africa US investigators are racing to this Ethiopian crash site of another brand new Boeing, seven thirty-seven max. Eight eight Americans are among the one hundred fifty seven killed including many aid workers..
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"A defiant Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam continues to fight calls for him to resign. Even as the number two man in the state now faces his own issues governor north and the held a cabinet meeting Monday as scheduled even as he faces state and national outcry for his ouster. He maintains to men in an old yearbook photo one in black face. The other in KKK garb are not him as this plays out. The state's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax faces a fifteen year old sex assault allegation in comments Monday Fairfax hinted at dirty dealings against him. Does anybody think it's any coincidence that on the eve of potentially being elevated the bats win? This uncorroborated smear comes out. Fairfax says he hasn't spoken to northern end is not privy to what Northerns plans are to continue governing. Grenell? Scott. Fox News residents of paradise California have been ordered to leave their property damaged by last year's devastating wildfire. Hundreds of people have been living on their own properties and campers or temporary. Shelters since their homes burned down. But the Federal Emergency Management agency says living in areas that haven't been properly cleared is a health and safety risk may threaten to cut off funding for the cleanup, unless the city and Butte county doesn't force residents to find safer shelter federal safety. Investigators trying to learn what caused the plane to break apart and crashed into a home in northern California. The Cessna four fourteen a crashed into a house in Yorba, Linda igniting, an intense fire the pilot and four people inside the home were killed the National Transportation Safety board says the twin engine plane crashed after breaking up in flights scattering, debris across four blocks witness reports say.
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"Right now, you want some bread. It's time. Don't give. What I need to be a dog. I hit become donkey of the debt. Breath is club pitchy. All right. Listen, man Charlemagne here. I'm going to be occasion. I don't give a damn which I think about that. Because I deserve it. Now, the breakfast club was eighty plus markets and a hundred and fifty countries. So we have a lot of listeners who probably don't even know who Charlemagne God is so use my time off to catch up on some of my password. Okay. Okay. If you knew here, I do a segment everyday called donkey today. Donkey as in jackass, and that's what I give someone credit. They deserve for being stupid. So if you never heard of it, this is new to you. But if you are regular listener, this is an oldie, but goodie because it's the best of the donkey of the day today goes to Madonna for that Aretha Franklin tribute as she did it the VME's if you're not watching me on revolt, and you didn't see me put tribute in air quotes just now. But I had to look up the definition of tribute last night. Because after watching what Madonna did I had to make sure I understood what it trivia was. Okay. The dictionary says the tribute is an act statement or gift it intended to show gratitude respect our admiration. So I was like okay tribute means the same thing, it's always meant. So what was my issue with Madonna paying trip? Butte to refer Franklin my issue at some point during SP. She lost me because I'm sitting there waiting to hear Madonna pay homage to Queen Aretha, but all paying homage the herself. Now, I'm not gonna sit here and let Madonna take all the smoke by ourself. You can I'm sure she rehearsed is, but when you are surrounded by a bunch of. Yes. People in your in your own team, and nobody MTV wants to rock the boat because they don't want Madonna to get mad and not not doing. That's when you get someone giving a self indulgent tribute to himself instead of paying homage to the Queen of soul misery through Franklin everyone. Do you have a minute and twenty six seconds despair to listen to Madonna soccer own breasts for a moment? Let's flashback. Louise, Franklin.