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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Authority is holding a public hearing on a plan to increase tolls for most bay area bridges in the new year. He CBS reporter Matt Bigler has reaction from commuters who already have some thoughts on that idea starting next year. When you hear this sound? You'll be paying an extra dollar to drive on all state owned bridges in the bay area. Robert Louis, a construction worker who lives in the East Bay, and drives to the city to work says the cost of just getting into San Francisco is really starting to add up. What you go over the Braves you're paying for parking. There's all kinds of other extras dear paying for just to get into the city. And then it's an expensive city to be in the next place after that the toll hikes for state owned bridges were actually approved by voters back in June. You may remember regional measure three the first toll hike is scheduled to take effect next January with subsequent dollar increases in two thousand twenty two and twenty twenty-five the extra revenue will be used to pay for road and transit improvements along the bridge corridors in Emoryville. Matt Bigler KCBS the Red Cross is consolidating its shelters in Butte county, even sell it. Still housing more than five hundred evacuees from the campfire KCBS has gentleman's been speaking with folks. Who've been displaced now for almost three weeks, a former firefighter Charlie was ready to ride out the campfire in his car packed with necessities in spot with two exit routes, but then a woman with three dogs and cat joined him. And then a sheriff's deputy pushed them north I to Stirling city then to Inskip then sheriff came along. You gotta go to Butte meadows. So we wanted to Butte meadows and from buke meadows. We came down the back way came over here. She knew a little bit about Chico. I hadn't been down off the mountain for about two decades. And we went behind target. They ended up camping at WalMart until everyone. There was told to clear out, and that's how Charlie ended up at the Butte county fairgrounds in grizzly one of six shelters. The Red Cross is operating. Spokesman Joe slacker rally we're going to continue running the shelters and our.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Will hold a hearing today to get public testimony on three voter-approved one dollar toll increases at the seven state owned bridges all the bridges except the Golden Gate. The hearing takes place at nine thirty this morning at the bay area metro center, I'm Beale street in San Francisco voters approved the toll hikes in June. The I will go into effect January first and then in January of twenty twenty two and twenty twenty five the Red Cross is consolidating it shelters in Butte county, but it's still housing more than five hundred evacuees from the campfire KCBS gentle lane has been speaking with people who've been displaced for almost three weeks. Now, a former fire. Fighter. Charlie was ready to ride out the campfire and his car packed with necessities in a spot with two exit routes, but then a woman with three dogs and a cat joined him. And then a sheriff's deputy pushed them north I to Stirling city, then to Inskip then sheriff came along and said, you gotta go to Butte meadows. So we went to Butte meadows and from Butte meadows. We came down the back way came over here. She knew a little bit about Chico hadn't been down off the mountain for about two decades. And we went behind target the ended up camping at WalMart until everyone. There was told to clear out, and that's how Charlie ended up at the Butte county fairgrounds in grizzly one of six shelters. The Red Cross is operating. Spokesman Joe spark a rally we're going to continue running the shelters and our operations until the very last person. You know, there's no more needs. And we take care of every last person. That's what we're here to do. People say, you know, what are your plans for the future? Put one foot in front of the other. See what you bump into in Chico. Geno, lame KCBS for eight days after the campfire broke out in Butte a community community. Led. Volunteer effort distributed relief supplies to refugees KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports operations of the miracle city recovery center have now been taken over by FEMA the relief effort had humble beginnings. Miracle city started as a group of us bringing relief supplies into the parking lot in front of the toys. R us facility. Ken Donal came to be the manager of miracle city recovery center with the blessing of Butte county, the group moved into the vacant toys R us and she cow. We were very careful to vet every person who walked through the door tons of supplies were handed out for free from phone chargers to tents sleeping bags and rain gear. I had never experienced the love like what I knew what my late wife Judy until this happened. And I met the other beautiful wonderful people who all came together. Donald says there have been stories of community across Butte county in the wake of the fire thousand points of light here going in the midst of this tragedy, and we're just happy to be one of those points. The operation has now transitioned to FEMA former toys R s now a regional warehouse and distribution center for long-term disaster recovery, Margie, Schaefer, KCBS hundreds of breweries across the country are joining Sierra Nevada brewing company of Chico to create a new beer that supports victims of the fire. KCBS Carrie Hodousek reports anchor brewing company in San Francisco is among them. A quick look inside this beer tank and instantly anchor brewing company brew master, Scott Gherman is reminded of the heartache up in Butte county, you're seeing the images of of people having their lives ripped apart. And and barely escaping and knowing that so many people didn't escape tugs at your heart. That's why anchor brewing has teamed up with Sierra Nevada to create the resilience Butte county proud, I p a with beer sales going directly to support those affected by the campfire zillions is standing up for for your friends, and your neighbors and making sure that they know you care pilot brewer, Dan Volk was busy monitoring the boiling process before transferring the beer into thirty seven kegs boil hops in and enjoy the results from their Sierra Nevada plans to release more than two thousand barrels of the beer both in cans end in kegs by early twenty nineteen at anchor brewing in San Francisco. Carrie hodousek. KCBS news time four fifteen onto sports this morning. Here's Bruce McGowan a fairly light night of action in the NBA LeBron James and the Lakers ran out of steam in the second half and got blown out by the home standing Denver Nuggets in the mile high city one seventeen eighty five on Tuesday night, Paul Millsap. Murray, and me Beasley each scored twenty. Lebron James was just fifteen points. He said the Lakers were still in the game in the second half. But just couldn't get it done. Have we still eight points down eight and third quarter stars job is to back to back threes. We still couldn't make shots..

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCRW

"To basically make any fire activity, just real minimal not a mighty some things can survive that much rain. For things like that is very much part fire issue is going to be over once us ranger done. Christianity gone to all the new issues of the runoff flow, and that sort of thing, and that's gonna predictable all other hazards. So this is a really big travel weekend. Lots of people will likely be on the roads. What can we expect by adding this rain to those conditions around the massive wildfires? Yeah. I think the main concern is gonna be the loser. Loser. Debris over the fiery passion, and they debris from the fires possibly onto the roadway. Don't feel strongly about mudslides and that sorta thanks insider been so dry for so long. It's gonna take a lot to really get that water deep down into this royals. Are you going to be on the road this thanksgiving weekend? Not I'll be staying here in Sacramento. Not too much. All right. Well, hey, thanks so much for joining us in for giving us a little bit of information about how this weather is going to take affect up in those tough hit areas in puke counting. Thanks, mike. Smith. So we've talked about the rain. Let's now talk about the numbers the deadly campfire destroyed more than twelve thousand homes and has displaced around fifty thousand people that was nearly two weeks ago and FEMA has confirmed to K Q E D that no trailers zero are on their way to California K Q E D. Polly Stryker has more no trailers are on their way to county, and none have been ordered. According to FEMA spokesman Brad Pearce, who's working out of the disaster relief centre in the Chico mall travel trailers and manufacturing housing, always always the last resort because of the enormous challenges that go into bringing them in and setting them up for people Pierce says the issue is that FEMA has to have a place or places to put the trailers, and he says teams are working to identify potential sites. But none have been confirmed so far for now he says FEMA is focused on getting people housed in shelters. The agency is also offering vouchers for participating area hotels, and there's some rental assistance that supposed to reflect market rates Pierce says he expects FEMA will extend hotel, vouchers, and rental assistance. Well beyond the initial one-month benefit. Meanwhile, rain is forecast for most of the next ten days for the California report. I'm Polly Stryker now about those shelters. There are six Red Cross shelter is available to house campfire survivors. All of them are open, but officials are recommending people to go to two of them where the most spaces available the Glenn county fairgrounds and the Butte county fairgrounds, which also takes pets cake. Jeremy Siegel reports that both the county and the Red Cross say they're confident they can provide shelter to everyone who needs it with the timeline unclear for when FEMA trailers might arrive and hotels booked to the brim officials are hoping survivors without a place to stay go to evacuation centers to avoid the wet weather. Other focus right now is really to make sure nobody in that staying outside. Kerry Hatcher is a public information officer for byu county her to get people into those shelters that are supported by American Red Cross in the county and have a warm place to stay with services and clean facilities that the option right now, Stephen Walsh with the Red Cross says he's confident the shelters can handle everyone who needs a bed Red Cross shelters will stay open as long as you did it. There is a point where we sit down and assess everybody individual, and what their needs are we try to get them into a safe space once they decide to leave the shelter while says they have nursing staff at all of the shelters and are working to keep them as clean as possible to avoid the spread of sickness for the California report. I'm Jeremy Siegel while many displaced from the campfire are living in shelters waiting for their next move, a nonprofit has stepped up and is preparing to help feed those people at thanksgiving feast K QA dis Michelle. Wiley reports it's called world central kitchen. It was started by chef Jose Andrea after the twenty ten earthquake in Haiti the restaurant work with businesses across the US, including L A focuses on getting high quality food to disaster relief areas. The non-profit has partnered with a town of paradise and others to put on an event called thanksgiving together taking place at Chico state and nearby brewery chefs from all over the country will come prepare a holiday meal for around fifteen thousand people displaced by the campfire, Tim Kilcoyne is a chef from Oxnard. He says he got involved in the organization after he had to flee his home during last year's Thomas fire being here and Chico. I just came from the Wolsey fire down in LA area. And you know, so I I understand what everybody's going through. And you know, understand what kind of their their needs are. And what makes a difference one hot plate of food? You know, that's kind of comforting. And it helps Kilcoyne says there will be four dinner seatings throughout the day. And they'll be. Irving Turkey.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cloudy skies throughout the day. Breezy conditions as well with scattered showers and a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms Sacramento today, we'll have a high of fifty nine San Francisco will reach sixty Oakland, and San Jose will both have a high of sixty one. It's now nine minutes before seven good morning. This is the California report. I'm penny Nelson and out our windows in San Francisco. The rain has started to fall the arrival of wet weather will likely impact the state's seemingly unending wildfire season. Mike Smith is the fire weather incident meteorologist at the national weather service in Sacramento, and he joins us now with a look at how the current incoming rains will affect firefighting in the northern part of the state. Hi, mike. Well, so now is this going to help out the firefighters who are battling the campfire? Well, certainly one on one guard. Ed, I think the fire is going to be decreased significantly restrictor have enough rain here to to basic. They make any fire activity just real minimal mighty some things are contrived that much rain have stump for things like that is very, but for the most part fire issue is going to be over one. She's ranger done. Christianity gone to all the new rich. Here's the runoff a day, ash flow. And I try to bang. As long as you gotta have. So this is a really big travel weekend. Lots of people will likely be on the roads. What can we expect by adding this rain to those conditions around the massive wildfires? Yeah. I think the main concern is gonna be the loser loser, debris. That's over the fire is yeah. And they debris from the fires possibly onto the roadway. Don't feel strongly about mudslides, and that sort of thing since that we've been so dry for so long. It's gonna take a lot to to really get that water deep down into this royals. Are you going to be on the road this thanksgiving weekend? Not I'll be staying here in Sacramento. A knock you much for me. All right. Well, hey, thanks so much for joining us in for giving us a little bit of information about how this weather is going to take affect up in those tough hit areas in puke counting. Thanks, mike. Smith. So we've talked about the rain. Let's now talk about the numbers the deadly campfire destroyed more than twelve thousand homes and has displaced around fifty thousand people that was nearly two weeks ago and FEMA has confirmed to QE that no trailers zero are on their way to California K Q E D. Polly Stryker has more no trailers are on their way to Butte county, and none have been ordered. According to FEMA spokesman Brad Pearce, who's working out of the disaster relief centre in the Chico mall travel trailers and manufacturing houses are always only the last resort because of the enormous challenges that go into bringing them in and setting them up for people Pierce says the issue is that FEMA has to have a place or places to put the trailers, and he says teams are working to identify potential sites. But none have been confirmed so far for now he says FEMA is focused on getting people housed in shelters. The agency is also offering vouchers for participating area hotels, and there's some rental assistance that supposed to reflect market rates Pierce says he expects FEMA will extend hotel, vouchers, and rental assistance. Well beyond the initial one-month benefit. Meanwhile, rain is forecast for most of the next ten days for the California report. I'm Polly Stryker now about those shelters. There are six Red Cross shelters available to house campfire survivors, all of them are open, but officials are recommending people to go to two of them where the most spaces available the Glenn county fairgrounds and the Butte county fairgrounds, which also takes pets. Jeremy Siegel reports that both the county and the Red Cross say they're confident they can provide shelter to everyone who needs it with the timeline unclear for when FEMA trailers might arrive and hotels booked to the brim officials are hoping survivors without a place to stay go to evacuation centers to avoid the wet weather. Either the focus right now is really to make sure nobody in that staying outside. Carry Hatcher is a public information officer for Butte county, her to get people into those shelters that are supported by American Red Cross in the county, and that has a warm place to stay with services and clean facilities that option right now, Stephen Walsh with the Red Cross says he's confident the shelters can handle everyone who needs a bed a Red Cross shelters will stay open as long as you did it. There is a point where we sit down and assess everybody individual, and what their needs are we try to get them into a safe space once they decide to leave the shelter while says they have nursing staff at all of the shelters and are working to keep them as clean as possible to avoid the spread of sickness for the California report. I'm Jeremy Siegel while many displaced from the campfire are living in shelters waiting for their next move, a nonprofit has stepped up and is preparing to help feed. Those people a thanksgiving feast KiKi weeds, Michelle. Wiley reports it's called world central kitchen. It was started by chef Jose Andreas after the twenty ten earthquake in Haiti the restaurant tour businesses across the US, including focuses on getting high quality food to disaster relief areas. The non-profit has partnered with the town of paradise and others to put on an event called thanksgiving together taking place at Chico state and nearby brewery chefs from all over the country will come prepare a holiday meal for around fifteen thousand people displaced by the campfire, Tim fil coin is a chef from Oxnard. He says he got involved in the organization after he had to flee his home during last year's Thomas fire being here in Chico. I just came from the Wolsey fire down in LA area. And you know, so I I understand what everybody's going through. And you know, understand what kind of their their needs are. And what makes a difference one hot plate of food? You know, that's kind of comforting. And it helps Kilcoyne says there will be four dinner seatings throughout the day. And they'll be. Irving Turkey with all the fixings for.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Debris. That's over the fire is. Yeah. And they debris from the fires possibly onto the roadway. Don't feel strongly about mudslides, and that sort of thing since we've been so dry for so long. It's really gonna take a lot to really get that water deep down into this royals. Are you going to be on the road this thanksgiving weekend? Now, I'll be staying here in Sacramento. So knock your much for that for me. All right. Well, hey, thanks so much for joining us in for giving us a little bit of information about how this weather is going to take affect up in those tough hit areas in few counting. Thanks, mike. Smith. So we've talked about rain. Let's talk about numbers the deadly campfire destroyed more than twelve thousand homes and has displaced around fifty thousand people that was nearly two weeks ago and FEMA has confirmed to kick D that no trailers zero are on their way to California kqeDorg. Polly Stryker talked to some folks there no trailers are on their way to Butte county, and none have been ordered. According to FEMA spokesman Brad Pearce, who's working out of the disaster relief centre in the Chico mall travel trailers and manufacturing houses are always only the last resort because of the enormous challenges that go into bringing them in and setting them up for people Pierce says the issue is that FEMA has to have a place or places to put the trailers, and he says teams are working to identify potential sites. But none have been confirmed so far for now he says FEMA is focused on getting people housed. Shelters. The agency is also offering vouchers for participating area hotels, and there's some rental assistance that supposed to reflect market rates Pierce says he expects FEMA will extend hotel, vouchers, and rental assistance. Well beyond the initial one-month benefit. Meanwhile, rain is forecast for most of the next ten days for the California report. I'm Polly Stryker now about those shelters. There are six Red Cross shelters available to house campfire survivors, all of them are open, but officials are recommending people to go to two of them where the most spaces available the Glenn county fairgrounds and the Butte county fairgrounds, which also takes pets cake. Jeremy Siegel reports that both the county and the Red Cross say they're confident they can provide shelter to everyone who needs it with the timeline unclear for when FEMA trailers might arrive and hotels booked to the brim officials are hoping survivors without a place to stay go to evacuation centers. To avoid the wet weather focus right now is really to make sure nobody in that staying outside. Carry Hatcher is a public information officer for Butte county her to get people into those shelters that are supported by game. Eric on Red Cross in the county, and that has a warm place to stay with services and clean facilities that option right now, Stephen Walsh with the Red Cross says he's confident the shelters can handle everyone who needs a bed a Red Cross shelters will stay open as long as you did it. There is a point where we sit down and assess everybody individual, and what their needs are we try to get them into a safe space once they decide to leave the shelter while says they have nursing staff at all of the shelters and are working to keep them as clean as possible to avoid the spread of sickness for the California report. I'm Jeremy Siegel while many displaced from the campfire are living in shelters waiting for their next move nonprofit has stepped up and is preparing to help feed. Those people a thanksgiving feast. K QA dis. Michelle Wiley reports it's called the world central kitchen. It was started by chef Jose Andreas after the twenty ten earthquake in Haiti the restaurant was businesses.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back to midday. Live Lawrence Yvonne here blind solo today. Dr drew is working various other jobs as usual since day off. And it's too bad. 'cause I almost died choking here. The one day I could've used a doctor. He'll be back tomorrow, though, not to worry. In the meantime, we're talking about the. The job. That's really just beginning. Now to clean up after these fires particularly campfire where there's a homelessness problem looming with people that simply can't find enough shelter. Sandra for Bo is joining us. Now, she is a news correspondent up in San Francisco. Sandra? Welcome. Thank you learn. So we got rain on the way. And now these fire evacuees are bracing for relief that they hope will come soon and many of them are finding themselves homeless. Absolutely. They're still many of them are still intense. We have seen a lot of video obviously out of the WalMart parking lot, which would become a famous spot where people are gathered. And it's up in the Chico area. Exactly. So they have opened the Butte county fairgrounds and the Glenn county fairgrounds. And they're hoping that anyone who still intense will move their this storm. That's coming in certainly a lot of relief expected from it in terms of the smoky that we're experiencing here in the San Francisco Bay area. But also to give the fire crews a little bit better handle if you will on containing campfire, which is huge they have about seventy percent containment now. And this rain should be able to help bring that to to a greater number two. They have given any estimates of when they might when they might see full containment. End of the month and in the current estimate end of the month. So it's still still away to go. But keep in mind, this is going to be a very wet very cold and windy storm. So not pleasant if you're going to be outside now. The type of thing you'd wanna be camping out in right? So they really are hoping that they can move people indoors. But it also brings a couple of other concerns and that is that. Now, there's no vegetation in this area. And you have to keep in mind. Not just we're not just talking paradise in Congo. But the car fire up in reading a few months ago. So any any of these areas that have had recent wildfires? There are no vegetation to hold back the ground. Now, the worry exactly mudslides, debris slides all that successively coming down with it. Flash floods. So there's a series of concerns that come with the relief stuff. This rain is expected to bring folks up there in the San Francisco area are saying the air quality is as bad as you can imagine has it improved. Well, we are. I was out today in quite a bit and wearing my and ninety five miles which all of us are have become fashionable. Unfortunately at those those help quite a bit. We have nothing to complain about as opposed to our neighbors in both you county and Ventura County down in your neck of the woods. But the air quality has been really really bad. It got up to we have become experts down here at a Q. I air quality index. Yeah. So right now, I'm I'm just south of San Francisco near the San Francisco International airport and right now the ache you is about one fifty nine which is still quite unhealthy. It got up to the purple area last week, which was really really awful just below the highest level of bad. And we're hearing that can get schools are having to close and another landmarks because of the because of the air quality, exactly exactly Alcatraz remain. Close much of the the cable cars opened today after five days being close, but the Golden Gate national reputation area, which oversees a lot of popular tourist sites, which includes Alcatraz near would the point. But neither lighthouse all those are closed today. Wow. So I should say continue to be. So the with the rain is a double edged sword on the one hand it will help firefighters contain the fire and it should improve air quality. But on the other you have a bigger problem to worry about all of the mudslides and debris that could end up shifting. Now for these people that are that are outside. What is the immediate plan? Many of them say they FEMA is not around and that they're they're given seven to fifteen days to even hear back from FEMA who is in charge of figuring out the shelter situation. I wish I wish we could say there was wondrous diction, certainly state and county are the two Chris Dickson's. And now this crossing, you know, various Janis because I said, they did not open open. They've not only open the view county fairgrounds. But also the Glenn county for Jason county up in the Orleans area. Now, of course, transportation is another issue. How are we going to get all these people who may or may not have transportation cars left to a safe place? Do they want to go? They they have the choice. They don't they are not forced to go. Right. But the this particular situation is untenable they need to be safe, man. We need to get them somewhere. Rather do me a favor stay on the line here because I have a few more questions for you. We're talking Sandra firpo. She's a news correspondent up in San Francisco more right after this with Sandra. It's midday live. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on WJR 760

"News, dick Hafner, Chicago now deals with a hospital mass shooting three people were killed including twenty old police officer who responded to the scene at that hospital. The gunman was killed. The gunman was the ex-fiancee of his target an emergency room. Doctor horrified employees rushed out of the ER. The gunman ran in from the parking lot. The gunman identified as thirty two year old one Lopez Lopez shot and killed Dr tamra O'neil. Here's how it sounded. The tournament. Inter sat three times in our tests. Then once fell to the ground he stood over three more times you witness Solomon. Yes. Then Lopez went inside the hospital PA system announced a gunman was on the loose personnel. Ran to protect patients and some of them just rushed out of the hospital. Officer Samuel Jimenez ran toward the gunfire. And he was shot and killed a pharmacy employee. Twenty-five-year-old? Dana less was also shot and killed another officer responding to the scene was shot, but the bullets struck the officer's holster, and it lodged inside his gun officer Jimenez, had just completed his probationary period. What the Chicago police, and he became a full fledged officer. He leaves a wife and three little children finding shelter for animals displaced by the northern California deadly wildfire campfire has become an emergency in that region. Reporter Paul vercammen is what is left of the town of paradise. A lot of the live. Doc being brought to the Butte county fairgrounds over seven hundred animals overnight. This is a vast crisis for the animals volunteers helping out they need donations. They need. Hey, they need all the human toll. The remains of seventy nine victims have been recovered in that region since the fire erupted November eight and there are still missing persons list by the Butte county sheriff's office. And we just took a look at that list. The Buchanan sheriff's office says nine hundred ninety three people are missing in Brussels, Belgium and assailant stabbed a policeman in Brussels historic center. Officers got to the scene and shot the suspect the prosecutor's office is investigating whether the attack was linked to terrorist group. The policeman was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. While the attacker was seriously injured after being shot in the chest. Here's what the prosecutor's office statement says the terror context is not clear. But we need to cast the judicial context as wide as possible. Let's translate that for you. This was a terrorist attack. A federal judge is issued a temporary restraining order blocking. The Trump administration from denying asylum claims to migrants who crossed the US Mexico border illegally. The French government has moved to install an inner leader at Renault Motors following the arrest of the CEO and chairman of Renault Carlos gone in Japan. A Renault spokeswoman says the company's board will meet Tuesday evening. The French government owns fifteen percent of Renault. The deadline has come and gone for a job by out. A General Motors thousands were offered a buyout some salaried employees. Now, maybe laid off WJR news time seven thirty three. Here's Steve Courtney sports. All right, Richard the pistons get back to their winning ways last night at Elsa is down the visiting Cavaliers won thirteen one zero to Andre Drummond twenty three point sixteen boards. The Cavs now NBA worse. Two and thirteen. Interesting. Fact, they will host LeBron and the Lakers tomorrow night that is going to be. Interesting now, the pistons and rockets will meet in Houston, eight o'clock tomorrow night while the two nine and one teams got together last night in the city of angels. And they did not disappoint the Rams and chiefs the final fifty four fifty one remember Vegas set the over under at sixty four that was shattered. Meanwhile, the lions getting set for the bears once again Thanksgiving Day, twelve thirty on Thursday. Our countdown getting underway at nine thirty. By the way, kerryon Johnson indeed has a sprained knee. He is listed as week to week. Meanwhile, college football few days away. Michigan state ends a regular season on the banks of the red, cedar. What the Rutgers scarlet knights? Four o'clock kick our tailgate at one looking forward to it. And now all of a sudden the showdown with number four Michigan number ten Ohio State. The plot has thickened you see chronic Higdon one of the co captains of the wolverines has guaranteed victory for that noon tilt. Steve Courtney WJR sports traffic. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top. Business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"More people showed up. I don't think that's working out too. Well, for them that would be the officials who want to get everyone out of these tents and into covered shelter before the rains forecast for Wednesday donations were closed down and portable bathrooms carted away. There are no longer any official food handouts still euless Gordon tells me he's sleeping in his car in this parking lot. So they tell us to come here. So we're going to hear we lose everything we own we'll get help. Now here. It's supposed to rain that will be welcome to the firefight. But that Robertson says he's heard could be dangerous on its own. It's acid rain than it might ruin your pickup. Trucks have been driving through this parking lot. Offering anyone who needs it a ride the newly open shelter space at the Butte county fairgrounds. One of the problems is that this camp has drawn in people who are homeless before the fires in Chico. Megan gold, speak KCBS animal rescue officers with the Marin humane society have been assisting in the search for lost and injured pets neighborhoods devastated by the campfire KCBS. Jeffrey Schaub reports other berry animal care groups have sent teams of staffers into the fire zones as well Marin humane animal services officers are accustomed to searching for lost pets, rent humane. Our officers deal with a lot of different cases when it comes to animals, and so they are used to trying to find animals who are lost and bring them to safety and certainly have experience dealing with scared animals are injured animals. Lisa block is a spokesperson for Marin humane. She says teams of off. Officers have traveled to Butte county to help find lost pets going to be not neighborhoods in searching for these pets pets. And if they're finding injured pets to bringing them to safety if they can't find the pet. They lead notices that they've been there, and then they leave out food and water. It brings such peace of mind to know that their animals safe, you know, especially if they've lost everything but to hear that their dog or their beloved cat or even their beloved chickens are safe can really make all the different hundreds of pets have been rescued and brought to emergency pet shelters in Chico and Oroville already many have been reunited with their owners. Jeffrey, Schaub KCBS just ahead on KCBS a major immigration rolling in a federal court in San Francisco Bay CBS news time one, oh, wait all the Jacob now with look at traffic, and I just got off the phone with Joe KCBS phone force. Once again, he is on or he was on the bay bridge.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"More people showed up. So I don't think that's working out too. Well, for them that would be the officials who want to get everyone out of these tents and into covered shelter before the rains forecast for Wednesday. Donations were closed down and portable bathrooms cart it away. There are no longer any official food handouts still euless Gordon tells me he's sleeping in his car in this parking lot. So they tell us to come here. So we're going hear we lose everything we own we'll get help. Now. Couple of days rain that will be welcome to the fire fight. But that Robertson says he's heard could be dangerous on its own where it's acid rain than it might ruin your ten pickup. Trucks have been driving through this parking lot. Offering anyone who needs it a ride the newly opened shelter space that the Butte county fairgrounds. One of the problems is that this camp has drawn in people who are homeless before the fires in Chico. Megan gold, speak KCBS insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, visited with fire survivors today in Chico to ensure that they're receiving the assistance they need from their insurance companies KCBS Jeffrey Schaub reports that he also puts scammers on notice nearly seventeen thousand homes and businesses were destroyed in the campfire and for California that's an unprecedented amount of reconstruction that must take place insurance Commissioner Dave Jones said people need to be aware of scammers. We have law enforcement officers at the department of insurance will be working throughout the community to deter that very activity. We incur. Urge people to be very careful before you sign up with anybody. A make sure they're licensed, particularly contractors need to have a license in good standing from the contractors state license board viewed county sheriff Corey Honi put it more directly. If you think you're gonna come into this community and further victimize my citizens. I will tell you that I will put everything towards preventing that from happening Jones encouraged, the insured take a close look at their insurance policies know, what it says call your insurer file a claim. We also encourage people to to take advantage of the component of their insurance policy that covers their out of pocket costs. Jones added that have property owners have any questions about their coverage to contact the California insurance Commissioner's office in the north bay fires. We're able to help people recover over fifty two million dollars from their insurance company that they wouldn't have otherwise gotten Jeffrey Schaub KCBS planes taking off and arriving at SFO are being delayed for another couple about well another hour or so tonight, the SF duty manager said there is low. Calling from the combination of smoke, clouds and fog, so those delays are expected until midnight or maybe shortly thereafter. So if you're heading to the airport, keep that in mind schools northern California that had to close because of unhealthy air quality can apply for a waiver. So they don't lose funding schools have closed in twenty two California county state superintendent of public instruction. Tom and reminded administrators that they can apply for a waiver to ensure that funding does not get lost. Because of a drop in attendance and three firefighters have recovered after being injured when a tree fell during the buzzard fire in Santa Cruz county that fire began early yesterday morning in the forest of nice seen Mark state park. The cause of that fire is under investigation coming up on KCBS. This is why Colgate in Silicon Valley where Facebook got the green light to open new offices only after agreeing to meet one unusual conditions. It's eleven oh aid with a check on traffic tonight. Here's the latest from Asia. Good evening, John. Let's check in with Vallejo. Westbound.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"More people showed up. I don't think that's working out too. Well, for them that would be the officials who want to get everyone out of these tents and into covered shelter before the rains forecast for Wednesday donations were closed down and portable bathrooms carted away. There are no longer any official food handouts still euless Gordon tells me he's sleeping in his car in this parking lot. So they tell us to come here. So we're going to hear we lose everything we own we'll get a bunch of how now. Rainy days rain that will be welcome to the firefight. But that Robertson says he's heard could be dangerous on its own. If it's acid rain than it might ruin your ten pickup. Trucks have been driving through this parking lot. Offering anyone who needs it a ride to the newly opened shelter space at the Butte county fairgrounds. One of the problems is that this camp has drawn in people who are homeless before the fires in Chico. Megan gold, speak KCBS. Get ready to break out. Those umbrellas rain is heading to northern California this week KCBS Melissa Rauch reports at the wet weather. Forecasts are welcome news for several reasons. One reason is that we soon should be able to breathe a lot easier than we have been for the past week or Sal storm systems. We'll bring now wind and rain and that should improve the air quality substantially over northern California. Jim Matthews is lead forecaster for the national weather service in Sacramento, and he says the rain is expected to begin in earnest early Wednesday and after a possible lull on thanksgiving more rain should arrive. Friday an linger into the weekend. He adds. However, there may be some weather implications for holiday travel, especially if you're planning to spend thanksgiving in the Sierra snow should begin to fall pretty substantially Wednesday evening into Thursday morning, and that should create hazardous travel over the Sierra passes. It may be wise at this point to travel perhaps Thursday when the rain and snow decreases over the Sierra. Passes Matthews also says there could be some ash flow in the wildfire zones in Butte county, bought the weather is expected to help the fight against the campfire, Melissa call Ross KCBS and the national weather service has issued a flash flood watch for several areas in the state.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Foty with more than seventy five people now confirmed dead nearly thirteen hundred missing thousands displaced homeless President Trump visited what used to be paradise a northern California town just about wiped off. No matter we can't go through this. Every year we go through and we're going to have safe forests and. What's happening as we speak carry PIX TV's Wilson. Walker checked out a makeshift survivor camp store parking Chico WalMart here very much. The epicenter of the humanitarian crisis produced by this fire three to five hundred people have been staying here off and on told they will have to leave Sunday, but across the region finding a place to go simply borders on the impossible. All I know is that they told her three WalMart, and this looks like the best option the Red Cross trying to find more places to stay like the Butte county fairgrounds, but demand is just overwhelming across the region. So all sorts of folks are trying to step in and provide help our after his visit to that former town of paradise President Trump travel south he checked out wildfire affects near LA met with the first responders and family. Members of a dozen people who were killed in a bar shooting in the city of Thousand Oaks just before it was also hit by. Wildfire. Mr. Trump now back at the White House mystery death at sea. Now, the subject of an FBI investigation correspondent Kenneth Craig the Caribbean. Cruise came to an end Saturday with the Royal Princess back in south Florida and vacationers no.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"By this fire three to five hundred people have been staying here off and on told they will have to leave Sunday, but across the region finding a place to go simply borders on the impossible. All I know is that. Walmart and this looked like the best option the Red Cross trying to find more places to stay like the Butte county fairgrounds, but demand is just overwhelming across the region. So all sorts of folks are trying to step in and provide help the death toll at least seventy one Mr. Trump's tour came as firefighters race to get have strong winds expected overnight. Struggle to locate more than one thousand people still unaccounted for CBS news reported Larry Miller says searchers have found an Argentine submarine that sank in the Atlantic a year ago, an American remote controlled submersible, located the vessel under twenty six hundred feet of water off the coast of Patagonia in the Atlantic shortly before it was lost the submarine at a complicated. Refit? It's believed it sank after a build up of hydrogen caused an explosion the sub went down with forty four crew members. The FBI is investigating the death of a woman aboard the cruise ship Royal Princess while traveling from Florida to Aruba Peter Rossello is one of the passengers. Announced that there was a homicide a very serious thing. Police detained us for a little while but not long after that we were able to move away to our next protocol. Cruise officials who reported cooperating with investigators Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum has conceded. Florida's governor's race whose recount of ballots nears its end. Now, the democrat has congratulating Republican former congressman Ron Santa's on becoming the state's next governor Gillam says we know that this fight continues. That's in spite of the outcome of this election, an ongoing recount shows. Incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson trailing outgoing Republican governor Rick Scott in a race for the US Senate..

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"This fire three to five hundred people have been staying here off and on told they will have to leave Sunday, but across the region finding a place to go simply borders on the impossible. All I know is WalMart and just look like the best option the Red Cross trying to find more places to stay like the Butte county fairgrounds, but demand is just overwhelming across the region. So all sorts of folks are trying to step in and provide help the death tolls at least seventy one Mr. Trump's tour came as firefighters raised to get how strong winds expected overnight. Struggled to locate more than a thousand people still unaccounted for CBS news reported Larry Miller says searchers have found an Argentine submarine that sank in the Atlantic a year ago, an American remote controlled submersible, located the vessel under twenty six hundred feet of water off the coast of Patagonia in the Atlantic shortly before it was lost the submarine at a complicated. Refit? It's believed it sank after a build up of hydrogen caused an explosion Assab went down with forty four crew members. The FBI is investigating the death of a woman aboard the cruise ship Royal Princess while traveling from Florida to Aruba Peter Rossello is one of the passengers. Announced that there was a homicide a very serious thing. Police detained us for a little while but not long after that we were able to move on our way to our next protocol. Cruise officials reported cooperating with investigators Tallahassee mayor Andrew gillum has conceded. Florida's governor's race is recount of ballots nears its end. Now, the democrat has congratulating Republican former congressman Ron to Santa's on becoming the state's next governor says we know that this fight continues. That's in spite of the outcome of this election and ongoing recount shows. Incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson trailing outgoing Republican governor Rick Scott in a race for the US Senate. This is CBS news to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Skylines. Twenty seven degrees at five zero.

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The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

06:54 min | 2 years ago

The latest must-have SF accessories: respirators and air purifiers

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The latest must have bay area accessories. Respirators and air purifiers by Malir Russell, David Jair kiss trek to his job at Williams Sonoma in San Francisco on Monday sporting and excessively that's in high demand a respirator. He shared a selfie to Instagram captioning. The photo the new normal for walking to work as firefighters may gains on the campfire the wildfire in Butte county people in the bay area. Continued early in the week to deal with poor air quality caused by smoke drifting in from the inferno that nearly wiped out the town of paradise one hundred seventy five miles from San Francisco, though, public health officials continue to urge residents to stay indoors and orange unhealthy. Air alert went out Monday that hasn't stopped people from lining up at hardware stores to get their hands on industrial gray. Facemasks which offer some defense against toxic chemicals and gases, particularly popular are and ninety five particular respirators a mask and filter combination that fits over the face and blocks at least ninety five percent of very small particles in the smoky air, which health officials recommend over disposable face masks, that offer little protection fine articles blowing in from the wildfire can collect in the body to cause persistent, coughing difficulty breathing and reductions in lung function, according to the California Department of public health hardware stores started selling out of masks Friday when residents woke to hazy orange skies and the smell of smoke Renato. Goose Lonnie junior manager of the coal hardware store on fourth street said people in San Francisco freely spend on days like that. They can see if they can smell it. Guess Lonnie said the same thing happened during the wine country. Fires in October twenty seventeen Cole made a dedicated line for mask shoppers. So it could ring up other customers quickly as it did in two thousand seventeen the store has sold out twice since Friday, sending employee's to restock at an ace hardware distribution hob in Rockland over the weekend. Virginia carpenter owner of an ace hardware store. In Berkeley, said she answers calls every few minutes from people looking for face masks. They were back in stock Monday after her son James also in as employees left Sunday morning to pick up thousands of masks and some air purifiers from the Rockland warehouse after unloading his SUV, he went on to work a shift at the cash register. He was overwhelmed by words of thanks from customers. Carpenter said, some shoppers are going online three m accompany best known for its scotch tape and post it notes has three different varieties. Have masks or respirators on Amazon's industrial and scientific bestsellers list. The most popular is in an ninety five model. A box of ten sells for sixteen dollars twenty five cents. Kristen curry who lives in Chico spent the weekend shuttling back and forth to buy masks and other goods in the bay area to take back home her cousin's house burned in the blaze, some of her close friends and colleagues lost parents other relatives and pets curry said she wanted to contribute in some small way. She'd heard that the hardware stores near Chico were selling out of masks as quickly as they could stock them rationing supplies to one box per person curry drove Friday to the bay area to stay with her mom together. They bought out masks from two local hardware stores spending about two hundred dollars. Curry folded down the seats of her Honda element to make room for roughly two hundred twenty masks, new clothing, ensued. Cases and drove north barely able to see out the back. She donated the goods to neighborhood churches, and the Red Cross most of her friends had procured masks by then my intention was to donate as many as I could to the victims paradise. Of course, didn't have any curry said whether or not I could afford it. I was going to figure it out where there's a consumer need. There's a startup and San Francisco has one that's drawn a measure of controversy molecule sells seven hundred ninety nine dollar air purifier that it claims destroys air pollutants as opposed to just trapping them with a fine mesh filter as traditional purifiers do J arou- a co founder and the chief operating officer said the company has seen sales tick up since Thursday when the campfire erupted and began offering same day delivery in San Francisco to meet demand. Some people criticized the startup in tweets and face. Book comments for pricing. It's device. Ohi others called on molecule, which is spelled M O L E K U L E to donate devices to schools and evacuation centers. Everyone is talking about how great molecule is today. Jake Chapman, a tech investor said and a tweet that's great. But can we also talk about how horrifying it is that climate change makes it so only people with a spare eight hundred dollars can afford safe air for themselves and their children Jiao said molecule employee's delivered donated units to the Red Cross evacuation center at the Butte county fairgrounds over the weekend. They're working to get more units out to fire houses and relief groups this week as molecule did during the wine country fires molecule asked its employees to come into the office over the weekend to help with surging demand without blinking. The team showed up rows said dozens of schools across sonoma's yolo. Boot contra Costa and other counties in the area of the smoke trail from the campfire were closed most school districts in the bay area remained open local administrators make the decision based on air quality reports and conditions in their local communities when air-quality drops to unhealthy levels. San Francisco unified school district limits time spent outdoors and closely watches students with asthma and other health conditions. According to gentle Blyth, a deputy superintendent most public schools as well as many private schools were closed Monday for Veterans Day severance, Iskoe chronicle staff writer, Jill Tucker, contributed to this report.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's twenty two. It's morning edition on I'm Brian watt. State state fire officials announced moments ago that the so called campfire burning in Butte county has now charred seventy thousand acres and his five percent contained the smoke from that fire has made the bay area smell like a barbecue. From this studio on the second floor of cake in San Francisco to playground in the East Bay to the bottoms of Bart stations in sonoma's county. Two hundred schools have been closed for today because of the smoke and local air regulators have issued a spare the air alert, but the real devastation is in a place called paradise. It's east of Chico about ninety miles north of Sacramento. The entire Butte county town was ordered to evacuate sending some twenty seven thousand people from their homes. Witnesses and fire officials say the destruction is severe hundreds. If not thousands of buildings may be destroyed. Kiki Dee's, Jeremy. Segel is covering the the fire. He got to Buchanan late yesterday. He's been talking to evacuees and Cal fire representatives, and I talked to him earlier this morning moments after he'd arrived at the Butte county fairgrounds as I was arriving about four sheriff deputies cars pulled up and coming out of their backseats where residents of Michaela who were stranded in a Rite Aid for the evening. Basically what happened to them is? They heard about the fire mostly from either word of mouth or from media coverage and decided to evacuate and once they did evacuate. They got turned around because the flames were so close to the roads officials told them to go back to Michaela. And then Cal fire officials told them to hang out in this Rite Aid, and they were stranded there all night with flames all around them until deputies saved them this morning. I've talked to some other people who have slightly less dramatic stories, but still very scary. But nonetheless, I spoke to Sandra Peltola, she's a resident of Michaela also in Buchanan and. She says when she woke up early in the morning yesterday. She noticed that the sky was totally black. She packed up. Her family's fire box with all of their supplies for getting out and gathered almost all of their cats. They have five of them, and they got in the car we tried to.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCRW

"To go south and skyway, and we were engulfed in flames. Both sides of the road. Scared me to death needs. Started shaking turn the car around went north instead of south which was a good move. But then we tried to gather other family members, we didn't know where they were after while we realized we didn't have any time. So we just to look for them or anything. So we just headed out, Jeremy where did you find her which is my way of asking where are people going for shelter? I found her at an evacuation center at the Butte county fairgrounds in all in all Steve it took her eleven hours to get to that evacuation center. That's because traffic was bumper to bumper. There weren't many roadways around here. One of their cars ran out of gas. So there are evacuated centers. But at times, they're difficult for people to get to. So that's where people are. And that's where they're wondering whether their homes have survived. We would like to think that firefighters can. Bring a fire like this under control. But speaking realistically, are we actually just waiting for this fire to burn itself out? Well, there were red flag conditions until recently. It looks like they have expired, and that means that they're extremely dangerous fire conditions that being said, it's still very dry out here there still wind and the fire is still very active. So at this point no end in sight. But you know, there's potential that conditions could work and firefighters favor today, meaning cooler weather, a rainier weather might be better than whatever. You've had. Exactly. Yes. Okay. Jeremy, thanks so much for your work. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you. Steve be safe. That's Jeremy Siegel of K. Q E D is in Butte County, California. It is Friday and time again for story car today, we bring you conversation between two strangers. It's part of a story core initiative called one small step, which brings together people on opposite sides of the political.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Down to the bay area from Butte county campfire continues to spread out of control this morning after burning through the town of paradise and Butte county yesterday fire is now burning and eastern Chico and in the town of Durham forcing additional evacuations the fire is charged at least twenty eight square miles since yesterday morning Butte county, Cal fire division chief Jonathan Cox. We're looking at the potential for for several hundred if not a thousand structures, either damaged or destroyed and a lot of the town of paradise has been impacted very severely local law enforcement officials say there have been lives lost and multiple injuries. But could not give specifics dozens. People are unaccounted for and hundreds of buildings have been destroyed their zero containment as the fire is being fed by the northeasterly winds with no let-up expected today. KCBS is making Goalby says it evacuees streamed into the Butte county fairgrounds in the town of grizzly. Megan spoke to some of them last night. Clyde says her evacuation was extremely scary. There were fire on both sides. We were driving through fire. I also spoke with Larry who lives near the canyon where the fire started for my back porch. I could hear the roar of the fire. So he says he watered down his yard put up chairs around his deck and left paradise for Tico finally got out a little after eleven I think took me like three hours going up through Butte meadows and down thirty two to Chico in traffic and everything was just backed up traffic control. And now, you wonder why are people calling you know, you could move a little faster you think it's normally about a twenty minute trip in Butte county. Megan gold. KCBS? There could be as many as half a dozen Californians running for president in twenty twenty and one of them is just about ready to make it official KCBS has duck sovereign says East Bay congressman Eric swale. Well, is almost certainly going to run. Politico says Eric swale, well has made up his mind. He's running for president the Thirty-seven-year-old congressman just elected easily to a fourth term tells KCBS has not made that decision yet. But he's getting close. Why him our country's path forward is through a candidate. Who can bring new energy new ideas and new leadership swallow tells KCBS will make up his mind and announced his decision sometime after thanksgiving never mind that is young and has little national profile. I wouldn't do anything. If it wasn't realistic. Can you know, I've also I've been called a long shot my whole life small well says with six years in congress seven before that is the deputy DA in two on the Dublin city council. He's exponentially more qualified than Donald Trump was and even more experienced than Barack Obama or George W Bush before that he will return to his native Iowa this weekend for the twelfth time since Trump took office making his intentions clear. Doug, sovereign KCBS congresswoman, Nancy Pelosi is wrangling for votes to become speaker again, but another leadership battle is playing out on the Republican side Kevin McCarthy is shoring up support to be minority leader, and he's facing a challenge from Jim Jordan of Ohio who is part of the conservative freedom caucus coming up on KCBS up Butler. Napa is in mourning after vintage high grad dies in Thousand Oaks today's a very tragic day here in the Napa Valley unified. And a three away. Let's check your traffic.

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"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"butte county fairgrounds" Discussed on KCBS All News

"CBS news natural disasters. Don't discriminate among the Californians evacuated from their homes because of this week's wildfires Kim Kardashian, Melissa Milano. Llano says she took her kids her dogs are computer and her doc marten boots Kardashian posted pictures of the flames from her private jet. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. It's two oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS with gusty winds around the bay area today. Mild that smoky conditions this afternoon. I'm John Evans. Good morning. The campfire continues to spread out of control this morning after burning through the town of paradise and Butte county, the fire is not burning in eastern Chico and the town of Durham forcing additional evacuations. So forty thousand acres are involved twenty thousand people are evacuated. Butte county Cal fire division. Chief Jonathan Cox over forty thousand people have been evacuated. Evacuation orders and warnings are still ongoing and changing as the fire burns, the fire started east of paradise and has burned down towards the west and has basically made it down to highway ninety nine between, Chico and Orrville. Hancock says the fire is charged about twenty eight square miles since yesterday morning, local law enforcement officials say that there have been lives lost and multiple injuries. But could not give specifics. Dozens of people are unaccounted for and hundreds of buildings have been destroyed their zero containment as the fire is being fed by northeasterly winds with no let-up expected today. And one of the evacuation centers is in the town of grizzly at the buke county fairgrounds. KCBS has making goals vs spoke with some of the people who escaped the fire. Rows of beds were set up in a large building at the Butte county fairgrounds in grizzly and volunteers brought in box after box of supplies the Red Cross is there this ovation army and even xfinity setting up a wifi signal for those who are sheltering here like CLYDE who lives in paradise. There will fire on both sides. We were driving through fire and the wind was whipping through there and. Throwing ashes ashes, but embers across the road. It was really scary. She was able to leave with all three of her dogs though. When I I thought down to Chico this.

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