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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
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
"butte county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Us. First of all. How was your weekend? Weekend was good, little busy, But it was good. It was it was raining. Yeah, but what are you doing that Yeah. Hats with the lights on the house and was baking cookies and doing arts and crafts is there's a lot of daddy stuff weekend. Little tired very time. Zoe's thing, Man. I forgot how much how hard it is to be apparent. Glad you could come to work and get some rest. Felt like a gladiator monks. How much drama is going on in that booth over there right now? Okay, What's going on? For news from your neighborhood? This is coming out of the sacramental Be. So there is a real life Grinch in Butte County in the community of Berry Creek because somebody stole the community Christmas tree. The Christmas tree is used for the tree lighting ceremony. And somebody took it? Yes. Took the 14 ft tree. Really? Yeah. Yeah, very Christmassy. The community came together of donations from the residents. They did bring back another tree. So they have another one for the tree lighting. But the original one somebody took also saying, Cindy Lou, who has got a tree there like that movie, By the way, we're gonna be going over a bunch of our favorite movie. Yes, we are. So here's the deal all all week. We're gonna roll out every hour each of us the four All of us here have picked some of our favorite movies. Yep. Holiday movies, Holiday movies. We'll be playing them all week. Yeah, And then we'll put the list up online. Because sometimes you know you're sitting down with the family of the weekend. You're like, Let's watch him old classic, right? And you know, when you start going through the list, there are a lot of quality. I couldn't believe how many we came up with, you know? So we will have that this this'll week. All right. Well, can your boss force you to get vaccinated? The answer is, yes. How they do that, and why Some companies say they will not force their employees to get vaccinated. We're gonna go deeper in three minutes for war, with the virus connected for the very latest on the vaccine vaccine being delivered. 19 reliever Newsome is expected to release more details about distribution.
"butte county" 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.
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 county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Age is to blame, while at least four people have been killed in wildfires in Oregon Governor Kate Brown said Friday. Dozens of people remain missing in California. At least 10 people have been killed in the North complex fire alone where 2000 structures have burned in Butte County. Sheriff there, says another 16 people were missing California Governor Gavin Newsom toward the north complex fire damage in a little bit. Exhausted that we have to continue debate this issue. This is a climate damn emergence as multiple fires burn throughout the west Resources are stretched. Firefighters from Israel, Canada and New Jersey as well as closer states are assisting. Jessica Rosenthal. Fox NEWS Washington Governor Jay Inslee agrees with Governor Newsome, saying the fire should be called climate fires. 980 Square miles. They're burned in that state in just the last five days, all of the former Minneapolis officers charged in the death of George Floyd in court today no decision on motions in Minneapolis in the case against four officers accused in the death of George Floyd on a possible change of venue or to combine cases. The Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill did disqualified I head up in county Attorney Mike Freeman and three other prosecutors say in a private meeting that they held with a medical examiner makes them now witnesses in the case. Fox's Jeff been also the Senate Commerce Committee, expected to vote next week to require the FAA to quickly disclose risk assessment assessments. After there's a fatal plane crash, the chair of the committee in the top Democrat tell Reuters. I've agreed on a Siri's of reforms to how the FAA certified new airplanes after the crashes of Boeing, 7 37 Max jets on Wall Street, the Dow gained 1 31. America is.
"butte county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To evacuate That area under a very stressful situation was very for many of us never has never happened before on DSO on then the fire activity that we saw on how it's expanded to such a large scale and over the whole state of Oregon in the northwest. Kind of shocking to all of us that have been around awhile. Across Oregon, about a million acres have been set ablaze and about half a million people have been ordered to evacuate roughly one in 10 residents. The city of Portland declared a state of emergency. As fires bore down on surrounding suburbs Cruise around the state have been navigating exceedingly difficult conditions. Unpredictable weather patterns change fire lines by the minute. State officials estimate they need twice as many firefighters on the ground as they have now. Oh my God. At the same time, there are fears some residents are not heeding evacuation orders, spurred in part by conspiracy theories and misinformation circulating online. Local police departments had to squash rumors. Fires were caused by arsonists on both the far left and for right. Meanwhile, in California, the North complex fire, which exploded in size earlier this week, has become the state's deadliest of the year. The fire has wreaked havoc and small towns across Butte County, which was also the site of California's deadliest fire ever. 2018 campfire, which claimed 85 lives, There's a lot of folks up here. It went.
"butte county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is very tragic. 13 year old and his grandma are just two of the people of the at least 16 people who have died in the wildfires and they're going to be more. Oh, absolutely. And this is Oregon, Washington, California So far combined, But just in Butte County yesterday, I think they got another seven in so a total of 10 people there in just two days, But you're looking at the parents of a one year old who died in northern Washington state. They're both in critical condition. This 13 year old in his grandmother who were trying they were found dead in their car. One of those situations where you get out to get out and couldn't make it. Yeah. You see those videos of people going through the flames on both sides of the road. They're the ones that made it through. And the people that tried and clearly didn't And now these are all one offs. I mean, they're different places. We don't yet have a paradise where 85 people in one place have died. Yeah, I think the biggest compilation would be in the Butte County area. That's the one by Oroville that we were talking about where the people in paradise are just 25 miles from this one. So anybody who escaped paradise has gone to Chico. Are Orville or rummaging around. Imagine going through it twice. No. Jennifer Jones Lee, You were talking about this earlier. As the wildfires are growing in Oregon, some 500,000 people have been forced to evacuate, getting on up 10% of the entire population of the state. Tell you what does that look like? In terms of piano? No, at the same time,.
Bear Fire Renamed North Complex West Zone
"The bare fire in Butte County with reporter Mike Baka. Actually, they also are calling it the North complex West zone. Authorities air calling that but whatever you call it, it has been deadly. It has been a destructive Here's Mike. Yeah, well, what they're telling us now. 70,000 Acres 2000 structures destroyed. And, of course, the three deaths that were reported yesterday and Kitty, it really moved fast. In a westerly direction late Tuesday afternoon. Those those winds really pushed it from Plumas County Interview County and, of course, a lot of dry fuel when it made it dangerous. My quote of the firefighters been telling you that there's an unpredictability to it, which is kind of common for fires up here. And of course, we're very familiar, of course less than two years ago, the campfire Um, within about a 90 minute period yesterday, they were saying that it's moving in a northerly direction. Then they were saying northwesterly direction. Then they saw it shifted south, and that's Kind of commonplace right now they're saying it's moving. Suddenly ah little bit. They're still doing a lot of structure protection in the forest town area, Brush Creek, Feather Falls and the Lumpkin Ridge area. We know the firefighters are doing their job, but one can only suspect it's taking a toll. What's interesting is it's very dangerous to compare things to the campfire. But chief Gaddy yesterday that I never thought in my lifetime. I was something that would be similar in scope and how it moved. Like the campfire, and that's what they were telling me yesterday and they have been helped out by the weather. Today. They're very happy with what happened with the weather, lower temperatures and certainly helped. The winds are not gusting, but They thea unpredictability of it. Initially late Tuesday afternoon into the wee hours Wednesday morning, that's what really had them on edge. Yeah. Well, finally, I understand that we are getting help here in California from firefighters around the country and even the world Israel maybe Australia. Yes, and Chief Daddy again telling me the Suppression efforts, and the resource is have nearly doubled in the last 24 to 36 hours, which is great, which means the other fires around the state are not as bad and those resource is air now being shifted to this fire. Another interesting tidbit regarding this fire is the way they are mapping it. They're using Lake Oroville as a firebreak. So they are able now to put resource is in other places to protect structures. And if they have to, They're going to let that fire burn all the way down to the eastern portion. Eastern side. I should say of Lake Oroville and then protect structures and other areas. So it's weird to say this, but the topography which has always worked against Firefighters in Butte County. At times it's kind of helping them because of how big Lake Oroville is interesting. Well, Mike Baka, thank you so much for this report. Sure.
"butte county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And may still be ahead of us as we head toward the end of this month and then made of October, when some Of the worst wildfires have occurred in this city. Go county over the years. Our team coverage continues now with meteorologist Megan Perry from our reporting partners over a 10 news for a look at the long term forecast and what we can expect when it comes to fire risk. Megan Well, The worst of the fire threat is behind us for now, Cliff as the sea breeze will strengthen this afternoon, pushing higher humidity inland near the Valley Fire, hoping aid the firefight. It is very unusual that we saw CNN wins this early in September, but a good reminder that we're moving into the peak of wildfire season. Strong CNN. The winds are most dangerous when they hit early in the season before we get beneficial wedding rains in the winter and we don't have any rain in the forecast anytime soon. CNN a season peaks in the winter months, but it's the best that we all prepare for any wind events that may develop before then, especially in October. As the dry brush will quickly burn as we've already seen. Create defensible space around your home and go over your evacuation plan with your family. Now is the time to prepare Cliff. Absolutely great advice. Thanks. Megan Perry Over a 10 news. One of the worst wildfires elsewhere in California is in Butte County, the so called Bear Fire. Many escaped the flames. Some could not the Butte County Sheriff's Department saying the bear fire has taken three lives. All others remain missing. Our community is Unfortunately, becoming accustomed to this I certainly hoped after the campfire that I wouldn't be back up here. Talking with you about A wild land fire of this magnitude sure of Cory Ho Ney, addressing the media just short of two years after the campfire became the deadliest fire in state history, the city of Paradise in neighboring communities also issued evacuation notices. For the bear fire. That's Katie Excel. Sacramento, the.
"butte county" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"E out mass evacuations across the entire state and governor Kate Brown says at least five towns are substantially destroyed. The Oregon fires have also killed two people. Dozens of fires burning in California, including the Bear Fire and Butte County. Many escaped the flames. Some could not the Butte County Sheriff's Department saying the bear fire has taken three lives. All others remain missing. Our community is Unfortunately, becoming accustomed to this I certainly hoped after the campfire that I wouldn't be back up here. Talking with you about A wild land fire of this magnitude sure of Corioni, addressing the media just short of two years after the campfire became the deadliest fire in state history, the city of Paradise in neighboring communities also issued evacuation notices. For the bear fight reporter Eric Rucker of Flocks 40 in Sacramento. The city of Paradise, California was almost completely destroyed by 20 eighteen's camp Fire. President Trump says he never wanted to panic the country about the Corona virus. We want to show confidence. We want to show strength. We want to show strength as a nation. And that's what I've done. The president, reacting to excerpts from a soon to be released a book by Bob Woodward that says the president sought to downplay the outbreak back in February. The president's November opponent, Joe Biden, reacting in a Wednesday campaign appearance in Warren, Michigan, that's beyond despicable. It's a dereliction of duty to disgrace. Biden had called the president's ban on travel at the end of January. Xenophobia strong showing on Wall Street Wednesday as shares for tech stocks began to rebound. Asian stock markets closing nearly flat in Shanghai higher in Tokyo and Hong Kong. Our future's about 50 points Higher..
Wild fires ravage America's West Coast
"Deadly here in California officials in Butte County in the northern part of the state announced Wednesday night that three people have been found dead in the southern part of the state. Those living near the Bobcat fire near L. A are being told to be ready to leave. L. A County fire Captain David Dancer had that plan and make sure you guys are preparing to make sure the public if you live in these environments, make sure preparing have all your medications ready to go Gather all your personal belongings that you need to go. And if you do have to evacuate, evacuate as soon as possible. Maurine the West Coast fires from CBS's Lilia Luciano unrelenting fires continuing to rage throughout Oregon. Fueled by fierce winds not seen in a generation Five communities leveled by fires. This could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to a wildfire in our state's history. Nearly three dozen wild fires so widespread they can be seen from space in Washington on
"butte county" 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.
A Northern California wildfire turns deadly
"California Wildfire turns deadly least Sarah Fox News At least three people have died in a raging fire in Butte County that is already for thousands from their homes to Butte County sheriff says. Two people were found in one location the third in another location. The fire northeast of Han 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 for service that all national force were now closed in California due to fire at extreme fire behavior. This after 15 firefighters were injured injured Tuesday Tuesday when when they they were were defending defending a a force force service service station station in in Monterey, Monterey, California California Governor Governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom said said dozens dozens of of wildfires wildfires burning burning throughout throughout the the state state have have prompted prompted evacuations. evacuations. Some Some have burned down homes.
"butte county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Street is closed from Alcorn to Ascot Parkway. The Potters Fire burning in Butte County right now has become Cal fire's number one priority in the northern region. According to Cal Fire Chief John Gotti. The water fire is currently our number one firework burning and the Potters Ravine area north of Orville. Last update we had was great. Acres, the moderate rate of spread and zero prevent contain. Currently, there are an estimated 35 fires burning in the county and Cal Fire Butte County unit is asking for additional resource is to be sent to them in order to quell the fire's currently several mandatory evacuations in place, details of which can be found on the Butte County Sheriff's website or Twitter Page. And an employee at an Elk Grove Middle school is tested positive for Corona virus, the Elk Grove Unified School District said in a statement. The employee works at Elizabeth Pinkerton Middle school and had reportedly distributed textbooks to students on August 6th. District officials say they followed procedures of contact, tracing, deep cleaning and notifying those who may have come into contact with that employee. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana head and brought by indeed dot com c two car crash Working on eastbound 80 just west of a Hello but not injury collision. CHP is on the way, but not on scene. Yes, yet another grass fire to report Wilton, the road a green road. And it looks like CHP says. It's on both sides of the road there, so be careful out there. In the meantime, eastbound on 80 slow through Davis and eastbound Cap City sluggish starting around e story going all the way to Expo. Ah, westbound, little heavy from ardent to the American River..
PG&E pleads guilty to 84 counts of involuntary manslaughter in California wildfire
"PG&E CEO bill Johnson made the roughly a hundred and seventy mile journey from the company San Francisco headquarters to Butte county courthouse to plead guilty the eighty four felony counts of involuntary manslaughter and you remembered stem from that November two thousand eighteen wildfire ignited by the utilities crumbling alecto ical grit the blaze nearly wiped out the entire town of paradise and it drove PG&E a company that seemed impregnable in the bankruptcy last
Project Roomkey Updates and Expansion
"Project room key launched by governor Newsom designed to house the homeless in hotels is apparently expanding to another northern California county KP case Mike Barker reports from Butte county more than four hundred and seventy thousand dollars will be coming to Butte county to help house the homeless as part of emergency cove in nineteen relief funding from the state county chief administrative officer sherry McCracken says project room key will house high risk people during this crisis which is where we are putting high risk homeless are unsheltered individuals individuals that may have been exposed or individuals that actually don't need to be hospitalized but need to be quarantined or isolated we're putting them in hotel rooms the one time grant from the state is designed to help counties protect the health and safety of the homeless populations and reduce the spread of cove in nineteen my pocket news ninety three point one
Churchgoer potentially exposed 180 others to COVID-19
"Many people are itching to get outside and socialize especially as the weather gets warmer around the country but there's a fight to contain the virus corona virus still very much in full force and parts of southern California for instance the number of infections and deaths are relatively flat but as people gather health officials are saying new hot spots and spikes in the number of cases for more on California's efforts to contain the virus we have doctor George Rutherford via Skype he's an epidemiologist at the university of California San Francisco welcome Dr thank you so much well Dr let's start with the numbers a new deaths in California he stayed basically flat at about seventy a day up from a glance at the chart it looks like we're not seeing a steep decline in infections a California took a proactive approach in shutting down cities and implementing social distancing measures very early on why aren't we seeing better results well it's because transmissions on going and these deaths are occurring among people who are infected probably two to three weeks before and you know it's as long as there's ongoing transmission will continue to see deaths now it is black it's not going up and that's heartening but we would really like to see it coming down why is there on going transmission there's ongoing transmission I think first and foremost among people who live in large households and sold large multi generational families work passes from one person to another to another to another and it just keeps going also people get it when they go outside and especially if they're not wearing masks and if they're going into places where people are too close together and then finally we see a few cases among essential workers still and all of all of this in many ways is interconnected because when you talk about essential workers many of them may live in homes with lots of family members are intergenerational family members as you mentioned at the beginning as one of the complications to the stay at home order yes absolutely and and so these things do like together but to the extent that we can disentangle them and limit transmission outside of the home that's what's gonna take to get us down to a handful of cases this summer and moving from the governor stage two to the governor stage three re opening I mentioned southern California the state is not homogeneous and southern California seems to be doing worse than northern California why is that well to start with it's bigger I think the other thing probably that's going on is that at least compared to the bay area the rest of the state which include southern California went to a shelter in place orders about four days later and in southern California it really didn't seem like it sunk in until the following Monday so was almost six days later which represents at least one if not two generations of transmission of the virus of the chains of transmission or longer they're more cases by the time we went to a shelter in place order I think the other thing is are probably more introductions into southern California than there were in northern California you mean people coming into the state correct both from Asia but in Los Angeles print particular from Europe we know several chains of transmission that were tied to people coming from areas in Europe where there had been transmission that was a real big problem in New York with hundreds of new introductions from overseas I also want to ask you about something else their concerns that some of the rule counties are now moving further and to re opening and that they just don't have enough testing so some of those counties re opening are doing five to ten tests per one thousand people that's according to the LA times is that enough no I don't think so I think you know the governor's goal is to be able to have two hundred test per ten thousand people per day a lot of these cars are very small you know that they're gonna be able to get away with with fewer tests but on a per capita basis it should be about the same level and so I think that's something that needs to be worked on going forward now the chan Zuckerberg bio hub at university of California San Francisco is testing specimens for any local health department from anywhere in California so there is capacity for testing if they want to get the specimens down to San Francisco you know I mentioned earlier that we are saying some spikes and in southern California in particular we're hearing about these events where a single person can infect many others in Pasadena for instance officials traced a cluster of cases to a woman coughing at a birthday party what do you take away from that I mean there's also mother's day services in northern California Butte county that may have exposed a hundred and eighty people is it just impossible to have gatherings until we have a vaccine I think that's a fair way of thinking about it yes it's impossible to have gatherings unless people have masks on and they're outside and they're socially distance which seems like none of those conditions and get them back by either of the events you're citing you know it's just too dangerous you know you hope that they're no mortality from either of these events but it's playing with fire and you know we understand that people want to be able to get back to the life they used to leave you just can't happen quite yet I think that there's a really great example from Hong Kong which has had you know several thousand cases but only four deaths what they're doing is everybody wears masks and I think that the whole idea of wearing masks is what's going to get us out of this lease out out of it until we get to a
"PG&E will plead guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter for a swath of death and destruction left behind after its fraying a lexical grid ignited a twenty eighteen wildfire that destroyed three northern California towns and drove the nation's largest utility into bankruptcy the plea agreement announced today resolves the charges facing PG&E in Butte county for wildfires that killed dozens and destroyed thousands of homes in paradise McGill ya and
"butte county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Have you back it's a pleasure to be here all right Sir well normally we like talking about unemployment numbers being down all this one's training a little bit in the wrong direction Butte county unemployment is up slightly in November after the numbers came out last week they're predicting it's so little bit of the turmoil from the campfire from previous years the only down by a thousand that's definitely something they're gonna want to flip the switch on oil I know it's been going down in a lot of places but that is not unexpected Alex mean in Butte county of expected to go up slightly yellow to displace folks Xerox who lost their jobs so much the cost to go to the playoff game to see the forty Niners play they have a by the first week but I don't even want to now so they went up on StubHub we don't even know who they're gonna play yet figure that I guess over the next week and at any rate the prices start at two hundred fifty five dollars for the nose bleeds we got there they are go up to four hundred and twenty two dollars per seat on the good the good ones and if you want to sit in the end zone to the ten yard line about three hundred fifty Bucks per ticket so that's what it's going to cost you to get in the ballpark the CD Niners I have a blank check take my money yeah well I know I know you probably take it and go you know that in a heartbeat yeah he's big fan so anyway that's out there if you if you want to go to the game I'm gonna be watching on my my home yeah I'll be sitting at the jam and then but a pizza in the oven and call it a day so why are we so divided a local congressman gives us his take and it may not be what you think you'll hear it for yourself in three minutes you're listening to news ninety three point one KFBK live everywhere on the I heart radio app always.
"butte county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"As we mark the one year anniversary of the camp fire which destroyed the community of paradise in Butte county we'll hear about families trying to rebuild their lives like Sabrina Haynes who fled paradise with her young daughter I'm sitting here telling her we're going to be fine we're going to get out of this and now I'm sitting here thinking I don't know I mean it's so close we first introduced you to Sabrina and her daughter Aurora in the documentary we aired the summer before the fire KQED is Laura clients brought us her story is part of her reporting on adults who experienced trauma as kids Sabrina told us she been neglected and abused her parents couldn't be there for her because of an ugly divorce drugs and time in jail when she moved to paradise she built a support network to help her become the parent she wished she'd had but the fire fractured that community it was a life that we have that I've been building for her for five years and you know being a single mom it was not easy Laura went back to Butte county to see how Sabrina and Aurora are doing as they marked the one year anniversary of the campfire and just a note of caution this story contains some themes that may be upsetting for some listeners looking back on her life is hard for Sabrina she's thirty four now but up until her mid twenties she moved around a lot and she remembers the painful things that happened in all the places she lived where she was raped where she started cutting herself and where she began using methamphetamines but paradise was the place where she went to heal she got sober there she stayed sober and then six years ago she got pregnant I personally was happy because I wanted to be a mom but it was intimidating auroras dad wasn't in the picture Serena was on disability for a bad back and she was trying to work through her own stuff so she could be a great mom to her daughter I don't want her to have to go through those adverse experiences I want her to have a fulfilled life and to be happy before the fire Sabrina and her then four year old daughter Aurora had a good thing going in paradise they lived in a mobile home they rented on a peaceful would see street Sabrina was on track to get her bachelor's from Chico state hoping to work in early childhood development she helps teach parenting classes all right so with the bear hunts theme an animal theme we're going to read we're going on a bear hunt last year I visited her as she read a book to a group of toddlers and moms in paradise we're going on a bear hunt we're going to catch a big one what a beautiful day where not scared some afternoon Sabrina and roar went to play therapy through an ear but I. counselor gave Serena step by step instructions on how to manage her child when she had meltdowns I don't see you've done that to rules at right now okay so you're gonna let Aaron reminder say remember right there's two rules for special place the number rises to rules for special play time and the two spent a lot of time at the local dance.
Butte County declares Nov. 8 Camp Fire Remembrance Day
"Tomorrow marks the one year anniversary since California's most destructive and deadliest wildfire began in Butte county the board of supervisors yesterday officially declared November eight this campfire Remembrance Day an eighty five second moment of silence is planned for eleven oh eight AM in honor of the eighty five people killed at blaze nearly wiped out the entire city of paradise and eventually burned more than one hundred fifty thousand acres before it was fully contained the rebuilding process has barely begun only fourteen of fourteen thousand homes destroyed have been rebuilt and only about four hundred building permits have been issued county
"butte county" 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 county" Discussed on WTVN
"Butte county prosecutors are considering criminal charges against the utility Richard Cantu. ABC news. Doing a little bit of clearing overnight tonight, should be fairly pleasant the low down to fifty two degrees and up to seventy five on Thursday. Thursday's just partly cloudy, you get a mix of sun and clouds, good day to be outside on Friday, showers and thunderstorms, some strong and a high near seventy eight. We're in the eighties for the weekend. I'm ABC six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall mcpeek on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. Student doll tonight. Step. Jason. George Noory coal the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine, the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free. From east of the Rockies, call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free, call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name, George nine seven three one three sin, Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west. This.
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"The reconstruction of Butte county's Oroville dam spillway which failed two years ago is hitting a potentially huge financial snag. The state's department of water resources has rebuilt the massive concrete spillway and short up the dance emergency spillway at a cost of more than one billion dollars. And the department was expecting the Federal Emergency Management agency to reimburse a sizable amount of that cost. But this week the denied at three hundred and six million dollar reimbursement. Request for a key part of that work kick, Dan Brekke has been following this. And he joins me now. And Dan before we get to this news. Let's rewind a little bit. Can you recap? Why the spillway at Oroville dam failed two years ago, and what's been done since that failure? So the spillway began. To disintegrate in early February twenty seventeen and from afar, I mean, this is a massive concrete structure three thousand feet long one hundred fifty feet wide, and it looked indestructible. But what happened was with water running down at all of a sudden, huge chunks of concrete some as big as Volkswagen buses. I'm told went hurtling down the spillway. So they knew something was wrong. And eventually what happened was they had to shut down the spillway, temporarily water came spilling over the top of the emergency spillway, and they had a serious in problem, a shattered main spillway and fears that there would be a massive release of water that prompted the evacuation of one hundred eighty eight thousand people, and what was the reasoning behind its decision to not fulfil all of the department of water resources reimbursement. Request studies after the failure of the spillway in two thousand seventeen there is an independent forensic review of this. For instance, found that the. Reason the spillway failed was because of very poor design substandard construction and poor maintenance and FEMA has been getting what amount two invoices from the state for the for this one billion dollar project, and it has paid some of them. So for instance, it paid the first one which was just for cleanup and immediate disaster response, and it has paid for another one which is for reconstruction of part of this big concrete spillway when it came to another part of the spillway where the study say there were pre existing flaws. He say, listen, that's not the kind of thing that we're going to reimburse you for that's not a natural disaster, essentially, so with you know, you're not eligible for repayment. So could this jeopardize further work on this spillway? Well, the spillway is really completely rebuilt. Now, there is still work going on on the emergency spillway, and that's a crucial part of this system to. It's such an important project, though, that even if FEMA doesn't come through with the money, there will be other ways to pay in that work will be completed. What will the other ways to pay be? Well, this is going to be a matter of debate the state water project which were dam is part of is really paid for by a group of water agencies called the state water contractors? It includes agencies like the metropolitan water district in the Los Angeles area. And so the assumption has been that any amount that FEMA doesn't pay for will go to the state water contractors now, I just talked to the state water contractors, and they don't have a lot to say about this right now, they want to know a lot more detail about females decision. And it should be noted that the state is appealing that decision. So there's always a chance that this money will be forthcoming in the end. All right. Thank you, Dan. You're welcome..
Death toll in massive California wildfire revised down by one
"With kitty O'Neil, a northern California sheriff's office dropped the death toll from a devastating twenty eighteen wildfire to eighty five people from Eighty-six Butte county sheriff's office says today that. Remains from the campfire thought to be from two separate people were actually from the same individual the office also released the names of two more victims bringing the total number of identified dead to seventy one that wildfire wiped out more than fourteen thousand homes most of them in the
"butte county" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"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.
"butte county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"North of us because of the fires that happened earlier this year and last year, there's a flash flood watch in the burn areas. The car the hers, the delta fire burn areas in Shasta county, the Mendocino complex Bern areas in lake Glenn and collusive counties and the campfire burn area in Butte county, and because of the heavy rain forecast for interior northern California for the rest of the day as well as some possible, heavy downpours during thunderstorms. There could be some serious debris flows. And that's why there is a flash flood watch issued for the area. Remember in national weather, service parlance, a watch is less serious than a warning. But they point out that they will if thunderstorms occur that generate the heavy rains that can cause life threatening debris flows. They will issue a flash flood. Warning for the Bern areas, but debris flows as you know can be a dangerous situation movement of a lotta soil, debris or large amounts of water. And if you live in those areas, you want to move to higher ground stay away from the burn area immediately. All right. Another issue too. Is the fact that because it is getting colder. I mentioned the overnight lows earlier and the overnight lows for the next couple of nights aren't too bad. We're talking about tonight forty five degrees. Monday night, thirty nine Tuesday night, thirty three Wednesday night, thirty two and the chance of showers extending through Tuesday. The snow level is lowering as a result of that. There are a lot of chain requirements on the road at the top of the hour. We heard about Chan requirements on I eighty no surprise there from Baxter to the Nevada State line. But there are also chain requirements on fifty as low as Pollock pines. And extending all the way to Myers, and that's on fifty.
"butte county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It is Wednesday January ninth just ahead, traffic and weather together. But first our top story this hour local members of congress reacting to President Trump's threat, stop all emergency funding for California wildfire victims, the president said that he would halt FEMA dollars unless the state improves. It's forest management. Congressman Tom McClintock says the problem is with mismanagement on federal lands within California and federal laws such as the endangered species. Act buddy says the president is not wrong to be frustrated is sentiment is correct is details are wrong, therefore leads to a wrong conclusion tonight, certainly if called upon him to reconsider the action Junqueira Mindy represents campfire victims in Butte county, except Trump has ever threaten to take benefits away until that state did some thing that this is unique in American. History. North state. Congressman Douglas alpha thinks the tweet is just bluster checked with FEMA and soaraway house contacts. Nobody has made a move to do anything like what's tweet is talking about. And I don't expect anything that comes from John Brennan, NewsRadio KFI summer questioning whether the president can order female to withhold funds from California. Brian rice is president of the California professional firefighters association. And he says he is taking that threat at face value. President United States is I have ordered. I spent my career in the fire service in when I gave an order. It was followed. So that's what that means. To me is a rhetorical. I don't know. I hope so, but it's not what Californians need, and it's not what the community a paradise needs. However, the law says when there is a disaster declaration, which the president did make in the aftermath of the campfire. The president cannot by law delay.
Wildfire victims thrust into Northern California housing shortage
"Jamie Yoko says it's nearly impossible for evacuees to find a place to live at mayor is the executive director of the housing authority of Butte county as of the date of the crisis. There might be a thousand units and Butte county that were available all of those units or spoken for now. California was already facing a housing shortage of almost a million and a half unit. The so-called camp fire in northern California. The state's deadliest and most destructive nearly ninety people dead thirty five thousand left homeless. Also in northern California today. A manhunt is underway. As authorities are searching for a cop killer officials say a gunman on the loose after unloading on a police officer during a routine traffic, stop the victim.
Senator Doug Jones says farmers 'scared' by Trump's tariffs
"The board of education. The big deadline is Friday. That's the last day of classes before winter holidays and the deadline for. A fact-finding report in the dispute between the two parties after failed contract negotiations the district and the union United teachers Los Angeles made their case to a panel. And now it's set to release that non-binding report the last step before the union can reject an offer and strike at this week's board of education meeting. Dozens of protesters organized by union allies, shouted down officials cutting the meeting short and more actions are planned this weekend. Teachers are marching in downtown LA to rally support for higher pay and smaller class sizes KCRW, Jenny Hamill reporting this evening next week district. Officials are expected to release a revised budget ordered by the county to show how Elliot unified plans to reverse its path toward financial insolvency insurance claims from last month's wildfires are already at nine billion dollars in California and expected to go up. That's the word today from the state's insurance Commissioner the vast majority of those claims come from the camp wild fire that destroyed the northern California city a pair. And other parts of Butte county killed at least eighty six people. The rest are from the Wolsey and hill fires here in southern California. Collectively altogether. The fires destroyed it's damaged more than twenty thousand homes and other buildings other structures on top of that state and federal authorities estimated it's going to cost at least three billion dollars is to clean the debris up six. Oh, six support for NPR comes from the
Your landline might not be there for you when the power goes out
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU. Your landline might not be there for you. When the power goes out from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Surprise more than forty percent of Americans still have a landline. At least according to a two thousand seventeen report from the centers for disease control, people keep them around for convenience reliability and emergencies. So they can still make calls if the power goes out because of an earthquake a fire or some other disaster. But actually only about twenty percent of households have good old copper phone lines. According to the trade group, US Telekom the rest are digital connections or over IP AT and T has been pushing for almost a decade to drop analog, landline service completely and move to an all digital network. For landlines telecom say it's a lot cheaper to operate just one network, but our phone lines as reliable as the old tech Joan Engebretsen is executive editor at Tele competitor and industry publication focused on broadband telecom. It's a totally different technology. And if the. Power were to go out your phone wouldn't work very often. Though, people do have a cell phone, and you know, maybe that might still work. Also there are batteries available that will give you eight hours of backup. And in most areas. That's plenty do consumers know that. I mean, I didn't have one of those batteries. Yeah. That is a good question to the extent that people are moved onto the, oh, I p their phone company is supposed to tell them that. And explain that to them is there a weak link in our emergency infrastructure, though. If people have a harder time making calls when the power's out that is a possibility. But there is some bigger issues that relate to moving to I p throughout the whole communications network. There's been a number of what they call sunny day outages of nine one one services around the country, and it's happening in part because of the shift towards IP communications instead of having, you know, huge numbers of public. Safety answering points around the country that take the nine one one calls. The calls are getting concentrated into a smaller number of locations, and they're often backed up by you know, software that runs in data centers. And if there's a glitch in maybe a software update or something like that, it can impact many more public service answering points compared to in the past when, you know, each answering point head its own software, and so on and so if there was a problem, it was very limited. There have been a number of pretty major nine one one outages that related to, you know, software glitches that were part of the next generation infrastructure. So there's good and bad towards moving to more based dine one one you can get more capabilities with being able to send photos, but then you also need to make sure that you've got really rigorous procedures in place for making sure that the the software remains operational at all times Joan Engebretsen is executive editor at telecomm- petty. Editor a public agency report on the fires that hit northern California's wine country last year found that almost two thirds of people. They polled lost their land line connections at some point during that disaster. And after some related links. Speaking of fires and emergencies CNN last month reported that many people in paradise California, which was leveled by the massive campfire last month. Didn't get emergency alerts about the past moving fires or got them way. Too late. Apparently, landlines were automats enrolled in Butte county's alert system. But cell phones have to opt in. In other news. Remember a few weeks ago when I told you about all those phone apps that target kids with creepy advertising largely in violation of the law. Well, Verizon owned oath was all hold my juice box, the company that was formed out of the union of AOL. India who will pay almost five million dollars to settle charges that it violated the federal law against collecting data on kids under thirteen and targeting them with online advertising, according to the settlement with New York attorney general's office AOL used its attics change to target ads to kids on sites like roablocks dot com based on their web history and location information. It's the biggest fine a company has had to pay for violating COPA. The children's online privacy Protection Act for Isan, neither confirmed nor denied the findings in the case. And Finally, I am embarrassed to admit that is seriously did not know the tumbler had become a safe place to let your freak flag fly. But evidently it had and people are not happy about the sites. Sudden. And let's be honest really open ended and vague announcement earlier this week that it would remove quote, adult content. But in retrospect, we do seem to be moving toward a future where we hold online platforms responsible for what gets posted online. And I'm pretty sure we warned you that that would lead to widespread and preemptive censorship. Didn't we? Yeah. We did. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than just keep us on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust and to make it possible for us to tell the stories of modern life through our digital economy. And when you give today the impact of your gift will be doubled. Thanks to our friends at Dida donate now at marketplace dot ORG to make your donation go twice as far and thank you.
Blockaded Qatar to pull out of Saudi-dominated OPEC
"Of students are going back to class today in northern California for the first time since the campfire left widespread destruction some of the more than thirty thousand students in Butte county will be relocating to different schools because of the fire damage and destruction that fire broke out on November eighth that left eight people dead. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Sierra, Nevada brewing company, family owned operated and argued over since one thousand nine hundred eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle, more at Sierra, Nevada dot com. It's
Search for human remains complete following Camp Fire
"Now on the campfire in California USA radio's Wendy king reports Butte county sheriff Corey Honi says no new bodies have been found for three days and the number of those missing has dropped to one hundred fifty eight I have a high degree of confidence in the searches that were done. I believe that we have done our due diligence. With regard to searching for human remains, my sincere hope is that no additional human remains will be located in