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Experts Call for Rigorous Audit to Protect California Recall

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 9 months ago

Experts Call for Rigorous Audit to Protect California Recall

"A group of election security expert is issuing a warning about the upcoming California gubernatorial recall this month because details about the voting management systems were released publicly at a GOP event eight experts who specialize in computer security and election technology are asking California secretary of state to look for possible interference in the September fourteenth recall targeting governor Gavin Newsom it's the first election since copies of dominion voting systems election management software were distributed last month at an event organized by my pillow C. E. O. Mike Lindell an ally of Donald Trump the experts say thousands of people now have access to the underpinnings of dominion system including some people who may have access to voting equipment the secretary of state's office as California counties use a different version of the system than what was released and says there are already extra security measures in place I'm Jackie Quinn

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"california county" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"california county" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Wearing elitist slob who hate American freedom right now, Dan Bongino Gina Live weekdays nine to noon on Am 7 90 K A. B C. You have been here like you. We need a bed for you here pretty much. If I go home, and I was thinking that there should that we should put a caught in one of the back green room areas, and I'll just kind of like, saunter in and out. I love it when I'm needed, So Yeah, Sounds sounds good to me. Yesterday was national workaholics Day, so I figured it would just continue the trend again. There you go. Well, good morning, Everyone Happy Tuesday. Look at your zone forecast. For today, mostly clear skies expected this afternoon. We'll see a high of 70 to 80 in downtown L. A 91 in the San Fernando Valley. Some areas like Orange County inland areas We could see this morning low clouds and fog with high of 83 98 in the inland empire 14 in the high desert where we could also see some strong winds as well. That's a look at your forecast at 4 30. Ginger Chan now has an update on your morning commute. You know, I was thinking what? Yesterday's national work and that's right. I do remember you mentioning that yesterday because you are a workaholic, but we love it. Now there is a little bit of improved news for the drive on that 1 70. We're talking about this car fire most activity out of lanes to the shoulder ever. They are saying that the fire is out 1 70 North and Victory Boulevard. We still want to mention it because the fire Department on scene and so the conditions will be not terrible. Slow anything like that is more of a warning. They have some plans here take you into the inland empire. It's going to be hot, high desert friends. Gonna be a little windy for you as well before you drive. For now, it's great, even the right out of Riverside into Corona, which usually fills in, so we'll take it. Of course, it's 4 31 should be that busy, at least not yet. We'll keep our eyes on it. We'll keep tracking all these things. Of course On this Tuesday, Megan Aggress All right, Ginger. Thank you. We have breaking news this morning. An amber alert has been issued for a toddler who was said to be in danger. CHP says the boy was abducted by his father, who is a homicide suspect. Katla is Carlos Herrera Live in Anaheim with the latest Carlos Good morning. Good morning. This is now an amber alert for a second consecutive morning an active search for a child who is not only missing but also believed to be in danger. Now authorities asking people living in six Southern California counties to help out In that search for that missing child. The amber alert now issued for counties Riverside, Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange, Imperial and San Bernardino. The CHP says four year olds Palestine stoop to third scene in That photo you're looking at now was last seen Sunday night in Lake Elsinore before he was abducted by his.

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"california county" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KGO 810

"It will cost California counties an estimated $215 million to stage and expected recall election that could oust Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom from office later this year. The preliminary projection from the State Finance Department comes about a month after a coalition of county officials urged the Legislature. To provide funding to cover the recall election costs morning they could strain local budgets already weakened by coronavirus pandemic. The figures were provided by counties that estimated what it would cost for everything from printing ballots to providing face masks and gloves for election workers. An election date has not yet been set. We are learning more today about the Veta worker who opened fire on his co workers last month, killing nine of them before turning the gun on himself would get more from correspondent Mike Gracia set a clearer Valley Transportation Authority, internal documents show. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July, 2019 after a verbal altercation with a co worker in January, 2020, an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy. He scares me if someone was to go postal Could be him. The authority released more than 200 pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy. Cassidy, who worked at the Valley Transportation Authority for more than 20 years, took his own life. His deputies moved in. I might cross CEO. A record of 3000 young people have applied for paid summer internships in San Francisco's opportunities for all program. Hundreds will get summer jobs with partners companies like Dolby Crank Start and Collective Impact. Mayor Lyndon Breed says lack of money should not get in the way of success. That is why I started this program because I want every kid in this city. Every young person in the city to realize their full potential and to know that they can be anything they want to be. Many of the students placed in summer internships last year worked on projects directly related to Covid, 19 and most of last year's placements where students of color Taking a look at traffic.

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California Governor Declares Drought Emergency in 2 Counties

Rush Limbaugh

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

California Governor Declares Drought Emergency in 2 Counties

"Into Northern California counties. The governor says the declaration now in place in cinema. Mendocino counties will likely be extended to other counties. Soon. There is where this morning that California now has the

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"california county" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Some of them were way sort of gets pretty ridiculous. They go over there. The military you know subject themselves to to to all the dangers and everything and they survive then they go to work for a contractor then then they stay in hotels and when you're in the military that's just the training grounds for some of them you know is is is such a pity but They they think that that you know the the contractors and all they could take up to ten thousand troops and to have them out on nine eleven. I that's that the so often dates. I have more meaning. You know certain things happen On dates in their symbolic for you know some of the people that we're not even paying any attention to but I sure hope so but there is no reason world. They couldn't have gone through. They were about to have a council meeting and conference definitive. This up now. That would have been something worse. Celebrate but Right now we're i'm keeping. I'm keeping my fingers crossed and hope that things work out. You can almost already madge the administration spin. Master's you know nine eleven. The flags will be out and we defeated the taliban because the taliban attacked us wait hold on onto never attended but the only thing that gives me a little bit of optimism. Dr paul is because the neocons are wailing in gnashing their teeth over this decision. They were all on board for buying. They love biden because they expect him to be a warmonger and the fact it through upset is good news. And let's look at a couple of these guys couple of these tweets from yesterday boohoo. Bill kristol says it's been difficult and frustrating war. Not for bill. He's been living the life of luxury but preventing terror attacks from afghanistan and preventing a taliban takeover. Have i think been worth it. It continues to be worth it. Why withdrawn risk falling and all that might follow from that so we basically have to occupy them for each ernie t. And here's the next. One max boot a really monstrous neil con- this is the worst kind of argument. The us is abandoning. All the girls going to school all the women in the workforce etcetera etcetera as if yet occupying their country and shooting people for eighteen. Years is just what the girls in school were begging for right but but you know they they expect to you know. Get these good results By by doing this the question is is it going to work. I think we should look at this. I will subconsciously. I would never mention it in it. Is that the this next year is a test on a lot of things the foreign policy especially we don't know we're biden's going to go but in especially this issue because You you mentioned that The hawks Maybe they're they're on the ropes and And biden isn't as hawkish is. He thinks he should be but the test is is how powerful is the military. Industrial powerful is the deep state. Well we'll it'd be like well. We already know that May i love author to ago. We saw me. I was a telltale sign on what's going to happen. Now it's going to be nine eleven. We'll see see what happened. But then it's going to be next year and then if somebody watches a carefully they can look at the twenty five hundred maybe symbolically. They'll take out the twenty five hundred but we have all these contractors in there. And i mean we still claim we own rock you..

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Judge mulls requiring PG and E to turn off power more frequently

Pat Thurston

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Judge mulls requiring PG and E to turn off power more frequently

"PG and E is criminal probation is considering requiring the utility to be more aggressive about turning off its electricity lines. This plan would add more power shut offs near tall trees and would at least double the number of power outages in six Northern California counties. California power regulator Laters are opposing this plan, they say it would impose undue hardship for residents of the six mostly rural counties. The judge, though, says he's leaning toward adopting the measures to save lives. The

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"california county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's 6 51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles researchers are pushing back on her proposed rule change at the California Department of Justice. They say it could make studying gun violence in the state. Harder. KQED is Katie Orr reports. The state funded Firearm Violence Research Center at UC Davis relies on the California DOJ for much of its data. But now the DOJ is considering whether to limit release of gun violence. Restraining order Data Research Center director Garen Wintemute says the rule change would make it harder to complete critical research. There are other ways to do work. On firearm violence that will matter without deal Jace data, But there are entire types of studies that can on Lee, be done with access to DOJ stay to the DOJ maintains it's trying to protect the privacy of people involved with the restraining order cases. But Wintemute points out the information is already a public record. For the California report. I'm Katie or in Sacramento in energy News. Environmental and community groups have sued current county after its board of Supervisors approved in ordinance this week that could fast track tens of thousands of new oil and gas wells. Sierra Club and other groups have asked the court to order county leaders to set aside the ordinance, which allows the county to use a blanket environmental impact report when considering permits for new wells and bar Kern County supervisors from approving any new drilling permits. A similar 2000 and 15 ordinance was struck down by an appeals court last year. For violating the California Environmental Quality Act and in education, two of the largest school districts in the state have moved a step closer to finalizing reopening plans. The Board of Education for both L A and San Francisco Unified have approved plans to reopen for in person instruction. Teachers in San Francisco are expected to vote on the agreement this weekend, while a vote is scheduled next week by the Teachers Union in Los Angeles. If things go, according to plan, both District's plan to start in person instruction for elementary school students in mid April New numbers from L. A county's child welfare system show a significant spike in the number of Children in the skates care during 2020. But does this mean more Children were abused or neglected last year? Well, not exactly says reported Deepa Fernandez in Los Angeles. Who gives us this closer Look. Production. How my mom is Katherine. How may I help you? I'm inside the hotline hum with social workers from the Department of Children and Family Services Field hundreds of calls a day from anyone who suspects a child is being abused or neglected. This is the first time you see something like theirs are. Do you think you might be the way it looks on the screen calling in is a first grade teacher who noticed during her soon class. One of her little students had a black eye, but she isn't sure how he got it covered added new challenges for reporting child abuse, says DCFs director will be Kagel. It's very difficult to tell when a child is Suffering the effects of being isolated just because of covert 19, or if that is something that is due to the fact that the child has been harmed in some way Kagel had his department's step up training to teach is and how to recognize signs of abuse. When on zoom. And despite all these challenges, DCFs reported a big spike in the Children in its care for 2020. That is about a 3000 child increasing that's about 10% to help understand the numbers. Think about it this way. Over the past five years, the number of Children in Ella's child welfare system has hovered around 35,000. It slowly crept upwards, but never by more than 200 kids a year so 3535 more Children in the system in a single year is a massive spike. So why the big increase? I asked Kagel. I think we'll have to dig a little more deeply to better understand exactly what's behind that. But I think you know this could be indicative of some of the challenges their families are facing during the pandemic. A department spokesperson added that the higher numbers do not mean more Children were removed from their homes last year due to abuse. The pandemic caused courts to close meaning. Fewer open cases were closed and fewer adoptions finalized. So Children who would have had the case is closed. Did not. What we're seeing is that the impact on the Children Has been Significant Leslie. Hi I'm off runs the Children's Law Center, which provides an attorney to every child whose removed from their parents. There's been a significant decline in the amount of face to face contact their Children were having with their parents with their siblings with their extended family. Children suffered. I'm off says, because so much visiting happened on video chat. Even well intentioned case extensions to help parents comply with court orders caused hardship. I'm off adds giving a family and extra six months a year down the road to reunify doesn't undo the damage. That was perpetrated when they were physically separated from each other for three months, six months. Nine minutes, however long it was that they weren't able to have that incredibly important face to face contact. Dennis Meal oversees the five law firms that represent most of the parents in the system. While his attorneys have had to take on a lot more cases during the pandemic, he does see some silver linings used to be that if you were a long haul truck driver You have to make the choice between losing income or appearing at your court hearings. Now we have remote hearings that I hope will will be able to use whenever parents can't appear. Personally quotes a ramping back up and advocates are hopeful more cases will begin to close in the coming months for the California report on BLEEP Half Fernandez in.

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Groups sue over California county's plan to drill oil wells

Morning Edition

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Groups sue over California county's plan to drill oil wells

"In energy News. Environmental and community groups have sued current county after its board of Supervisors approved in ordinance this week that could fast track tens of thousands of new oil and gas wells. Sierra Club and other groups have asked the court to order county leaders to set aside the ordinance, which allows the county to use a blanket environmental impact report when considering permits for new wells and bar Kern County supervisors from approving any new drilling

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Disneyland and other California theme parks could reopen as soon as April 1

Damien Fahey

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Disneyland and other California theme parks could reopen as soon as April 1

"Stadium. MLB they can resume with fans for California counties and red tears starting next month. That's awesome to be a 20% capacity. California theme parks allowed to reopen at 15% capacity in the Red Deer and Universe studio is going to be offering dining shopping access to theme parks on weekends.

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Mass 2020 exodus from California did not happen, study says

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Mass 2020 exodus from California did not happen, study says

"Researchers say that a popular notion the twenty twenty ushered in a mass exodus from California is wrong the California policy lab said people did move around in California but departures from the state were consistent with historical patterns and the biggest change was that fewer people moved into California last year the researchers looked at credit bureau information to analyze where people from each California county moved after the corona virus pandemic struck a year ago author Natalie Holmes as a mass exodus from California clearly didn't happen but there were some changes at the county level San Francisco experienced a unique exodus with departures between the end of March and the end of twenty twenty increasing six hundred and forty nine percent compared to the same period in twenty nineteen eighty percent of the people who moved to state in California and about two thirds remained in the San Francisco Bay Area many people left for counties in the Sierra Nevada and elsewhere in northern California I'm Jennifer king

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At least 15 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

Derek Hunter

02:41 min | 1 year ago

At least 15 killed in collision between semitruck and SUV

"From Southern California, and you knew it The second you heard it. The numbers almost seemed absurd. But there were 25 people in an SUV. That collided with a semi truck. 13 people died Now when I first heard that I thought there had to have been like human smuggling going on with it. With the semi truck had to be. How do you I don't even know how you would get 25 people into an SUV designed to seat seven or eight adults. But they did it and it didn't work out because the person driving it Didn't drive very well. They apparently ran through a stop sign and boom. Got hit by a truck. Their fault completely. But those 25 people piled into that SUV had just snuck across the border through hold. In the fence there. Biden administration will probably now start mailing South and Central America directions to that hole. They surely won't plug it. This is the problem. You sit there 25 people in an SUV. What in the hell is going on? San Jose Mercury News has the story. I really thought like when I heard that 13 people had died in a car accident of in California. I thought did it Snow in California. Was there ice in California? How the hell did 25 13 people die and what happened. It was all in one car. So then SUV packed with people pulled out in front of a semi truck towing two trailers in a rural California county near the Mexican border on Tuesday. Morning, leaving at least a dozen dead and others hospitalized, officials said. So not only did 13 people die We, the United States taxpayer get the pleasure of picking up the medical bills for the people who did not die. Able, of course, be greeted by the Biden administration. With open arms and wallets, Our wallets being opened their arms being open. And concern and promises and compassion And don't worries you will not be deported. That'll be the thing. You watch these people who survive this, the people who risked their lives by stupidly piling into an SUV. Like it was a VW beetle. Back in the 19 fifties or a phone booth or something. They will be welcomed to the United States. They've been through enough. Don't you think that would be it? They risked their own lives. That's their own stupidity.

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Covid restrictions to be eased in some California counties as cases continue to drop

All Things Considered

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Covid restrictions to be eased in some California counties as cases continue to drop

"Several counties in California could see fewer restrictions on business operations starting next week as Corona virus infections, hospitalizations and deaths continue to fall. States. Numbers continue to improve even as demand for the vaccine far exceeds capacity. Governor Gavin Newsom while we've administered a little over 6.3 million doses of the vaccine, we have more work to do here is the constraint. Supply. Constraint is manufactured supply, Newsome says Parts of the state are starting to open back up and then about 3.5% of people being tested for the virus are getting back positive results. That's a rate that's dropped sharply in recent weeks,

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New coronavirus variant found in Los Angeles County

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New coronavirus variant found in Los Angeles County

"Angeles county unfortunately hit a covid milestone over the weekend there are now more than one million confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the most populous california county and the strain out of the uk is now in la. Health officials say that this new variant is about fifty percent more contagious than the form. We've been dealing with all this time more contagious net not more deadly but just more contagious and health experts. Also say it's likely that the new british isles version of the covert is already spreading in southern california

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"california county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kitty O'Neil, The KFBK afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk now trending President. Trump is the first person in his position to be impeached twice by the House. The resolution accuses Trump of inciting last week's attack on Capitol Hill. Which House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called an act of domestic terrorism, she argued the president provoked an armed rebellion against democracy mornings now from Arcade became newsroom and Taylor Martin, California is expanding access to vaccinations by lowering the L A billion eligibility age to 65 older. This means 6.6 million Californians are now eligible to get a vaccine, including those who already eligible under prior standards. And going in depth here. Some Sacramento restaurant owners have joined a class action lawsuit along with some other counties throughout the state aimed at recouping the money they've spent on state and local fees. He's paid, even though many restaurants were either shut down or operating under severe restrictions do to code regulations. Well, salmon lockers with Brooke Fields Restaurant explains why he's part of the suit. It's just not fair for the governor or the government to shut us down. I still have his pay, You know, for health inspection fees and ABC sees and things that we're not getting full utilization out of Brian Cab attack is the lead plaintiff attorney in the class action suit. Let's start off by just explaining that this is a very a political case. It's not political at all. We're not claiming that the restaurant should or shouldn't have been forced to close or that outdoor dining is or isn't a good idea. Those air left to another forum and another debate here. The climb It's the restaurants and those are my clients followed. The law did what they were supposed to do shut their businesses in whole or in part for much of last year and now going to the bishop, and at the same time they paid as they're obligated to under the law. They're permit feeds these air health permits these air alcohol licensing permits. They paid him up, and there were simply saying in this case. That they want a least a proportional share of those fees back because the very government that told him to close with one sort of collective those feet. Cattle back explains further what they're hoping to accomplish Well, I think the fair thing would be to give them a proportional share of their fees back. So, ah 100% of the fees for those weeks or months that they were completely closed in a percentage fact or when they were partially closed. I could only operate with curbside or outdoor dining and get it back. And we're not talking about a tremendous amount of money on any individual restaurant basis. Several 1002 maybe $10,000 on average. The restaurant industry has been burdened with having to purchase tens, heaters, lights and so forth to continue operating outdoors, and even that's been tenuous. The second a region had a surprise announcement yesterday that businesses could resume operating in the purple tear. A lot of back and forth and restaurants have had to invest heavily to accommodate the changes. I don't think there's any business that's been hurt worse than the restaurant industry. I think there's some that have been here it as bad. And and no one has been hurt is worse than the restaurant industry. And they're probably a fair percentage restaurants that won't come back man like his hopes that Brooke Fields restaurant will stay in business, but just really wants to see things that right now we want to bring attention to the fact that At restaurants were really being treated unfairly in this whole thing as well as our employees. So in addition to Sacramento, plaintiffs just filed lawsuits in San Diego, Orange, San Francisco and Los Angeles counties and additional class actions will be filed in the coming weeks. It's 4 20. Now it news 93.1 cave. Okay, let's check some traffic and weather together. Hearing first from Dana has brought to you by Sacramento County Public Health phase. We check it. Roadways been kind of busy accident wise lately downtown to the split eastbound cap cities, where was start and still see some heavy traffic through midtown at this point starts just about as soon as you get off 50 or 99. It's gonna take you all the way to the American River. That kind of disappears so Again. Nine minutes as you make your way out to 18. And from there it's another eight minutes to Douglass Boulevard in Roseville. 11 minute ride downtown. L Grove South Bound I five in about 13 minutes on 99. We have had an accident South bound. I five and 43rd are somewhere between 43rd in Florin. And that's because of some apparently pothole damage that was there with large chunks. A pothole in the road way downtown to Folsom 18 minutes and he's found 50 60 minute ride downtown that would lead north High five and still nine minutes downtown.

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"california county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With the latest news from New York City and around the world, hears Michael Barr, Lisa Tom, thank you very much. After last week's rampage at the Capitol House Democrats will vote today, formally requesting that vice President Mike Pence invoked the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. In a letter to colleagues, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Road If Pence does not respond in 24 hours, we will proceed with bringing impeachment legislation to the floor. Meanwhile, Pelosi spoke to CBS's 60 Minutes, she was asked who is in charge of the executive branch of the United States right now. Sadly, the person's running executive branch is a deranged on hinged dangerous. President of the United States and bony a number of days until we can be protected from him. 60 minutes can be heard Sunday nights on Bloomberg 99 1 in Washington. Northern California law enforcement is in search for several inmates who escaped the mercy to county jail over the weekend. Person County Sheriff Burn Warranty says The escapees accessed a 20 ft high foot roof using makeshift rope sometime around 11:30 P.m. Saturday. Prison officials reportedly didn't notice. The inmates were gone until the morning head count early Sunday warned. He says the new rules likely gave the escapees and eight hour head start. We do have officers walking up and down the cell blocks, but we are no longer allowed to wake them up because they deemed it necessary for them to have the whole night sleep escapees their own leads between 19 and 21 with numerous criminal charges President elect Joe Biden announced today that he has chosen veteran diplomat William Burns. Be his CIA director live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by.

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California county urges hospitals to halt elective surgeries

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

California county urges hospitals to halt elective surgeries

"Officials in California's largest counties are warning their hospitals are running out of room to handle the spiking number of Kobe at nineteen cases developing in the wake of the thanksgiving holiday there's been a seventy percent increase in ICU admissions in the past week throughout California and Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says the county broke a record high of new cases more than twelve thousand eight hundred Thursday in America now we are losing more than three thousand people a day the crippling of deaths of having a nine eleven tragedy each and every day Garcetti says the pending vaccine offers great hope but many more deaths will occur before it can be widely administered a health official in Orange County California says they're critical care system is on the verge of collapse imbalances waiting hours outside emergency rooms because there's no place to unload patients hi Jackie Quinn

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Regional stay-at-home order looms for Southern California

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Regional stay-at-home order looms for Southern California

"Saying Today the state's coded cases and hospitalizations are continuing to climb is set. Eagle County and other Southern California counties are now officially under the new stay at home restrictions as of today. The regional stay at home order now because two regions San Joaquin Valley in the Southern California region, the largest region, which of itself is a unique, uh you of sorts of these two regions now have fallen under The 15% ICU capacity of the new order that wanted to effect today will be in effect for at least the next three weeks. It means businesses such as bars, wineries, hair salons and barber shops must close restaurants could only provide take out delivery, while retail stores are limited to just 20% capacity. The

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California governor imposes new restrictions in pandemic

Rush Limbaugh

00:59 min | 1 year ago

California governor imposes new restrictions in pandemic

"Newsome, saying in a briefing You heard live earlier this morning on cocoa that the state's Cove it cases and hospitalizations air continuing to climb as San Diego County and other Southern California counties are now under the new stay at home restrictions as of today. The regional state home order now because two regions San Joaquin Valley in the southern California region, the largest region, which of itself is a unique, uh you of sorts of these two regions now have fallen under The 15% ICU capacity. The governor, saying the state had almost 25,000 new cases yesterday in the States 14 Day positivity rate as resident 8.4% about 3.5% just one month ago. That new order that began the day stays in effect for at least the next three weeks. It means bars wineries, personal service. Businesses, like hair salons and barber shops must close restaurants only providing take out delivery retail stores limited to just 20% capacity.

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California counties to begin tighter COVID-19 restrictions

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

California counties to begin tighter COVID-19 restrictions

"Counties across California will begin stricter covert nineteen restrictions today as cases surge statewide Los Angeles county public health director Barbara for rare on KNBC says they are very concerned about overwhelmed doctors and nurses the healthcare workforce well what if and not overtaxed so that they can continue to provide them the very excellent care they're all providing right now Los Angeles county lockdown will close playgrounds which parents Emma guti eras told KNBC she understands we've been keeping an eye on the numbers that I know that's that's starkly up and sells it just seems like the right thing to do is to to go back to the safety measures which calls for some ten million residents to not gather with people outside their house sold for public or private occasions actually handler

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"california county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"President Toni Atkins says the Senate still plans to meet and its capital chambers. No guest will be allowed at either location. Lawmakers will be sworn in for the upcoming to your legislative session in December. From California counties are pushing ahead with plans to wind down a program that's housed homeless people in hotel rooms amid the pandemic. It comes despite an emergency cash infusion from the state aimed at preventing people from returning to the streets and colder weather As the virus surges. Governor Newsome announced $62 million for counties to move hotel guest into permanent housing or to extend hotel leases. Advocates aren't happy about moving hundreds of people around the holidays. CIA is going to be adding another star to the memorial wall at its headquarters. The New York Times is reporting. A veteran officer died in Somalia during combat last weekend. Now it's unclear if the former Navy seal was killed in an enemy attack or a counterterrorism raid. The identity of the officer has not been made public. The death comes as the Trump Administration draws up plans to withdraw hundreds of troops from the African nation. I'm Bill Trapero New Cuba Sanctions take effect today it making it harder for people to send money to their loved ones Aerial Martinez with Cubans for Trump says even though this may hurt people on the ground, short term, this is long overdue. Exactly what I needed for over 60 years I've been toying with the Communist regime that Um, quite honestly has not responded to any other type of sanctions. From now on the process of Remittances through any entities on the Cuba restricted list, like Western Union are no longer allowed. Martinez is hoping this will lead to changes on the Communist island around 700,000. Cubans a year received money from Remittances. In Argentina. Crowds remembering a national icon as three days of mourning begin for soccer player Diego Maradona. Simon Owen reports. Thousands of people lining up in Plano Cyrus to visit Diego Maradona's coffin Lying in state at Argentina's presidential palace, This'll woman says I've been crying since I heard the news. He was known by the entire world. But he says, I've come to say thank you to someone I never met, but who I carry in my heart. That's you. That's you. That's you. Maradona's death was announced yesterday he was 60 and had a heart attack. He was known as one of soccer's greatest players, but also for his struggles with addiction are streaming fundraiser meant to benefit health care workers treating covert patients. Michelle Pelino has the story celebrities. They're teaming up to raise money for nurses who have been battling the coroner virus pandemic on the front lines. The star studded virtual concert event was put together by nurse heroes, a new initiative that will raise money to help provide scholarships. For equipment, textbooks, tuition and other materials for new nurses and their Children. Among the performers, the black Eyed pea, Celine Dion, Gloria and Emily A. Stefano, more toasted by Whoopi Goldberg. It airs on Facebook and YouTube Thanksgiving evening at 7 P.m.. You and Taylor Swift fans will get a chance to bid on an autograph, too limited edition guitar, which goes up for auction during this special Thanksgiving. Going to the dogs will explain it. 7 11 Stories Trending California reporting a record number of coronavirus cases yesterday with more than 18,000, the Supreme Court ruling against the state of New York's restrictions against places of worship. President Trump has pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, We've got your traffic and your updated Thanksgiving Day forecast. Hold onto your hats. Kogo news time. 6 46 when used breaks during this Thanksgiving, we extend our eternal gratitude to the doctors, nurses, health care workers. Why didn't said he'll first roll back some Trump era executive orders, especially those that deal with climate issues? Use radio 600 Kogo. When.

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Some California counties winding down hotels for homeless

Pat Thurston

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Some California counties winding down hotels for homeless

"Down a program that's housed homeless people in hotel rooms amid the pandemic. This comes despite an emergency cash infusion from the state to pay for those hotels aimed at preventing people people from from returning returning to to the the streets. streets. County County say say that that as as federal federal coronavirus coronavirus funding funding expires, expires, it's it's time time to to transition transition residents residents from from the the costly costly hotels hotels to to cheaper, cheaper, more more stable stable housing housing in San Francisco. Advocates for the homeless say they're outraged by plans to start moving hundreds of people around the holidays. Some counties that will not be enforcing The

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Thousands evacuate, 2 firefighters injured in California blaze

Pacifica Evening News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Thousands evacuate, 2 firefighters injured in California blaze

"Ahead of a fast moving wildfire. The blaze also seriously injured two firefighters is powerful winds across the state. Prompted power to be cut to hundreds of thousands to prevent utility equipment from sparking new blaze is the fire grew to over six square miles within a few hours of breaking out around dawn in Orange County, south of L. A. Strong winds pushed flames close to homes in Irvine. Fire officials said that two firefighters were hurt. Battling back blaze. Water dropping helicopters were briefly grounded because of the strong winds, making it unsafe to fly. Officials didn't immediately know the cause of the fire. It was one of several the broke out across the region, including another one in Orange County that prompted evacuation orders near the city of Yorba Linda. Fast moving wildfire forced those evacuations for 60,000 people in Southern California about 350,000 Pacific Gas and Electric. Company customers in Northern California, estimated at about a million people were without power. Today's officials issued warnings for what were predicted to be the strongest winds in California for this year. About 5000 customers lost their power in southern California. Firefighting crews that had been at the ready overnight quickly contained small blazes that broke out in The Northern California counties of Sonoma and Shasta. Some fire lines were knocked down A Mount

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Unofficial ballot drop boxes found in three California counties

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Unofficial ballot drop boxes found in three California counties

"The state the Orange County Register reports that the DEA's office has received reports in recent days of unauthorized his boxes showing up at political party offices, candidate headquarters and churches. Lydia says that operating an unofficial Dropbox is a felony. A federal judge says the L. A county sheriff's department can continue to use harsh tactics against demonstrators, including rubber bullets and pepper spray,

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San Diego State University extends stay at home order for students

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego State University extends stay at home order for students

"Diego Diego State State University University now now extended extended it it stay stay at at home home orders orders for for on on campus campus students students now now until until next next Monday Monday at at 9 9 A.m.. A.m.. Over Over the the holiday holiday weekend, weekend, the the number number of of San San Diego Diego state state students students with with confirmed confirmed and and probable probable Corona Corona virus virus cases cases rose rose to to 286. 286. Those Those are are included included in in the the numbers numbers for for the the county county that that ranks ranks San Diego on a new Fort Ear color coded watch list, which would be update this afternoon by the state of California. San Diego is currently in the red to you're the best of any Southern California county. But over the Labor Day weekend the positive test rate. One of the two numbers used by the state to determine the watchlist rankings went to 6%, 6% and 7%, the highest numbers since August. 7th Jack Runako News

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California virus cases underreported due to technical difficulties, health official says

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

California virus cases underreported due to technical difficulties, health official says

"System used by California counties to report the number of daily Corona virus cases is experiencing some technical issues. The Sacramento Bee reports that health officials in multiple California counties say the cow already system used by many local public health departments is under reporting the actual number of positive cases in a single day. Several counties have reported the glitch, including Sacramento, Riverside and Orange counties. And the California Department of Public Health says it's been made aware of the issue. Some of the counties have put up a disclaimer on their covert 19 tracking website that the numbers there might not be accurate. There's currently no E T A for a fix. Mike

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"california county" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on KCRW

"Confident that Georgians don't need a mandate to do the right thing. The governor is currently suing city of Atlanta to block a local mask order for being more restrictive than his plan. For NPR News. I'm Stephen Fowler in Atlanta. That splay or depiction of Confederate flags on U. S military property is no longer permitted under a policy directive issued today by Defense Secretary Mark Esper. As NPR's David Well, no explains us for avoided any explicit mention of the controversial banner in the new guidance instead of instituting an outright ban on public displays of the Confederate flag. Defense Secretary Esper crafted a document that simply lists the flags that will be authorized to fly from now on at military installations. The battle flag of the Confederate Army is conspicuously absent from that list. Commanders of both the U. S. Marine Corps and the Navy last month explicitly forbade that banner for their service branch is an Esper had been under pressure to do the same for all of the military. His decision to exclude the rebel flag by omission, appears designed to avoid conflict with President Trump was strongly opposed NASCAR's decision last month to ban that flag at its events. David Well. Noah, NPR news home building to go bump up in June, though even with a huge 17.3% increase, the overall pace of building lags well below that of the same period a year ago. On Wall Street. The Dow was down. This is NPR. And this is this is Casey ar W. On Larry Perella on a Friday, July 17th. Very good afternoon to you. Here's what's happening in three or four. Governor Newsome today ordered all school campuses on the state's monitoring list Do took spike in Corona virus cases to remain closed when the school year begins. That list includes Ella, Orange, San Diego and Riverside counties. It means district across so Cal will begin the new year with distance learning programs. L. A Unified and San Diego Unified already announced plans to begin the new academic year with online on ly courses, Newsome said of counties currently on the list can stay off it for at least 14 days. Campuses. I'll be allowed to open being placed on the list is up to a variety of factors, including Corona virus transmission and fatality rate. As of today, 32 California counties were on it. Schools that are eventually allowed to reopen will have to meet a Siri's of health requirements, including regular on campus Corona virus testing. Awesome said the entire school will be closed again of cases are confirmed and multiple classrooms or if more than 5% of the school test positive for the virus this week, Newsome also shut down indoor dining at restaurants and told houses of worship to shut their doors due to a dramatic rise in covert 19 cases. Most worshipped leaders across the state are complying, but a few are resisting the order more on that now from K C. R. W. Jerome Campbell, the church closure specifically target more than 30 counties on the state's Corona virus Watch list that are seeing upticks in case numbers. Among the county's on the list is plaster. That's where Pastor Gregg Farrington leads Destiny Christian Church in a suburb of Sacramento. He took to social media this week to denounce the governor's closures and says his church will be open on Sunday. It is important that way. We're.

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"california county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The doctor had low risk contact with the White House staffer who was tested positive for the virus the focus is going to be on how the country can we open not only businesses but schools Democrats are furious that how she was not allowed to testify before a house subcommittee only a few days ago the White House of blocks that from happening president trump said he felt that the house was filled with trump haters and he would not send found she testified thanks is mark Meredith remote testimony is expected from the heads of the FDA and the CDC both of whom are self isolating after contact with the infected White House employee the CEO of Tesla is so tired of California's virus shut down that he's threatening to pull the plug on much of the company's operations in the city of Fremont is suing the California county that closed its plant to contain the spread of the coronavirus CEO alon musk is also threatening to move the electric car maker's headquarters from California to Texas or Nevada boxes actually Strohmeyer the lawsuit contends Tesla factory workers are essential employees the possible pullout has house Republican Dan Crenshaw tweeting the future is happening in Texas a prisoner swap without preconditions that's the offer a Ron is reportedly making the U. S. according to an Iranian official on a government website the web posting says Iran is worried about the safety and health of radiance in jail and tolls America responsible for their safety amid the corona virus outbreak so far there is no reaction from the state department or other parts of the trump administration Sox's sound you can cross sell America's listening to fox news.

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"california county" Discussed on AP News

AP News

17:38 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on AP News

"California is expected to release new rules today on which businesses can re open and under what conditions as the governor loosens a state wide state home order aimed at containing the spread of the corona virus like the country as a whole governor Gavin Newsom says local conditions very and the rules will to the counties all across the state of California that wish to go further clarifying the expectations what the details are in terms of the guidelines I'm testing tracing capacity surge capacity earlier this week Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti warned Angelenos not to expect change to come quickly but now beginning Friday Flores toy stores music stores bookstores clothing and sporting goods stores in the city of Los Angeles may offer curbside pickup in starting Saturday you'll be able to return to trails in the city of Los Angeles trail had parks and our golf courses will be reopened masks will be required in gatherings be on people in the same household prohibited I'm Ben Thomas

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"california county" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on AP News

"State officials in California are preparing to release new guidelines to allow some communities to relax stay at home orders and re open businesses but to northern California counties have already started to the dismay of the top health official for the area we were able to get the full support of the Yuba Sutter county public health director and the counties to fully open so long as it's called a public health recommendations Cuba center mall general manager Natasha Shelton said ours would be limited high touch areas sanitized hand sanitizers available for shoppers and retailers would be using a traffic counters to measure how many people are in their store so that they follow social practices but when the doors opened hundreds of shoppers many not wearing masks streamed in that prompted a warning from the Yuba Sutter public health officer that failure to follow the rules could bring a return of the virus end of stricter regulations on Ben Thomas

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"california county" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on KGO 810

"Beaches last weekend in one southern California county the governor is making it pay the price the images on a few of our beaches were disturbing governor Gavin Newsom says what he saw in Orange County one of the four largest counties in the state last weekend he doesn't want to see again people blatantly ignoring the physical distancing another mandate that has allowed the state he says to avoid an exponentially worse corona virus outbreak we're gonna do a hard close in that part of the state holding down the beaches there in there alone this summer not happy calling an over reach an overreaction the governor holding fast to say he doesn't want what happened in Singapore Japan and other countries to happening California opening too soon and a virus research Jim replied Sanchez while much of the bay area extends a shelter at home water through the month of may Santa Cruz County has extended it indefinitely but some of the restrictions are loosening beaches are open for walking and exercise but lounging on the beaches will not be allowed in Santa Cruz County landscaping will be allowed on medical and dental offices will open for preventative care golf courses will re open as well with some adjustments for social distancing leaders in San Francisco are considering an early closure for the city jail at the hall of justice the jail is set to close in July of next year but lawmakers are moving forward with a proposal to close by the first of November because of concerns over the spread of covert nineteen the jail houses up to three hundred inmates which is way below capacity lawmakers say the up the jails endangerment to human life it's nearly sixty years old opponents to the early closure worry about increasing the danger by sending the inmates to other jails we will update you drive around the bay area starting with a look at the Altamont pass next on KGO in.

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"california county" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on AP News

"Los Angeles city and county account for roughly half of the coronavirus cases in California and despite those numbers governor Gavin Newsom foresees a chance of easing the state's restrictions we are just a few weeks away not months away from making measurable and meaningful changes to our stay at home order all Newsome is talking about the middle of next month officials point 5 dozen rule counties and cities in northern California say they want to start getting back to business now they note that out of their combined population of a half 0 people there been only 69 confirmed cases and just one person needing intensive care treatment I'm Tim acquire

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"california county" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on AP News

"Los Angeles county now reports more than 20000 cases of covert 19 as governor Gavin Newsom talks about the chances of easing some of the stay at home restrictions Los Angeles city and county account for roughly half of the coronavirus cases in California and despite those numbers governor Gavin Newsom foresees a chance of easing the state's restrictions we are just a few weeks away not months away from making measurable and meaningful changes to our stay at home order all Newsome is talking about the middle of next month officials point 5 dozen rule counties and cities in northern California say they want to start getting back to business now they note that out of their combined population of a half 0 people there been only 69 confirmed cases and just one person needing intensive care treatment I'm Tim acquire

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"california county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Northern California is taking the most drastic step in the state to slow the spread of the corona virus six counties in the San Francisco Bay Area or being told to shelter in place starting at midnight this means people must stay home as businesses virtually shut down for the next two weeks on the opposite end eighty eight cities in southern California are closing all bars and fitness centers and making restaurants takeout only about eighty five percent of California's six million public school students will be home this week schools are closing to contain the spread of corona virus the length of time varies by district with some canceling classes for up to five weeks most college students are also back home as classes go online and dorms empty out

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"california county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"california county" Discussed on KTOK

"Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the animating question for me as always what's going to happen next, if people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth. One of the advantages, I think, having been in this business, a long, you're able to detect what is real. What is important? And what's just political noise? Chris. Swallow some Fox News channel. Real news. Real honest, opinion, California county, uphold its sanctuary policy despite an illegal immigrant being suspected of killing a woman with Santa Clara county board of supervisors unanimously voting to continue the practice of not holding immigration suspects without a warrant or court order, unless they are charged with a crime, critics argue the policy led to the murder of Bambi Larsen and San Jose police say Carlos Eduardo revolve, Carranza beat and stabbed the victim in her home last February. The twenty four year old from El Salvador was arrested a month earlier on suspicion of possessing meth and drug paraphernalia and then released Carranza is an admitted gang member and has been on the radar of ice agents since two thousand thirteen when he didn't show up an immigration court, Steve rappoport, Fox News reserves, saying, most areas of the country saw a slight improvement in economic activity in the spring allow maker calling for an investigation into teas. That problem is to help people lose weight. Connecticut Senator, Richard Blumenthal, asking the. Federal Trade Commission, and the food and Drug administration to investigate detox tease pitched as weight loss miracles by influencers brands pay those with large followings to market products, online, many of these T companies used diorite, IX and stimulants Senator says false promotion as shortcuts to healthy weight loss and management and the use of misleading and predatory marketing practices make the items dangerous to shoppers. He's calling on the agencies to make sure consumers are not duped, by what he calls underregulated products, Christine Goodwin, Fox News..

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"california county" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"california county" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Northern California county where that deadly wildfire killed eighty six people last year is suing Pacific Gas and electric company. Butte. County's lawsuit filed Tuesday coming a day. After the utility said it is filing for bankruptcy. A wildfire became the state's deadliest and most destructive in history. It has sparked was sparked rather near paradise in view county level the city at twenty seven thousand people the ability is not making any immediate comment. Meanwhile, the Sacramento bee is reporting that legislators regulators angry about PG knees. Inability to prevent deadly wildfires are openly talking about breaking up utility or engineering some other kind of restructuring. Berlow TSA workers now planning to stage a demonstration in Sacramento international airport, the afternoon protests aimed at the partial government shutdown now in its twenty six day, which is depriving government workers of their paychecks. The local TSA workers missed their first paycheck yesterday. Meanwhile, governor Newsom announced last week for Loyd, furloughed, federal employees would be eligible for unemployment benefits. There's been a lot of talk about no honeymoon time for governor Newsom. I mean, he gets on the job and all said he's got to deal with the LA teachers strike and the situation with the PG going bankrupt. So there's been no real expert time for him to ease into the office. But being the Lieutenant governor he's had a lot of time to observe sure. Which is all you do the weather thing. How long is this storm supposed to last how many days are ring? Oh, you're looking you're looking to rain on and off probably through Monday, really Monday on and off on and off rain storms through Monday. So pinwheel doom Joe was talking about. All right next up for the Sacramento Kings. They're going to be at Charlotte. Thursday at four pm games. I'm Marshall Phillips those your Sacramento headlines and now another exceptional. Our the Armstrong and Getty show coming up for you. a couple of breaking news stories. We gotta hit you. With one Nancy Pelosi is proposed postponing the state of the union.

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