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"california employment development department" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:02 min | 5 hrs ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Course, Team USA star Christian Pulisic back in the lineup, fans hoping he might be the one to get the equalizer. More live in San Francisco, Mike dewalt, quesadilla. Oh, Stacy found their mind. It sounds a bit rowdy, but that's great. And U.S. men's team again in action at the moment we're keeping track. We'll have those live reports. We'll also hear live from Ted Raimi and sports in just about 12 minutes. The U.S. added 263,000 jobs in November, wages up more than 5% over 2021, but despite all that case CBS bob butler says some industries are having a hard time finding workers. The big winners are leisure hospitality and healthcare. UCSF nursing professor Susan Chapman says it's a little misleading. When during COVID, a lot of ambulatory care settings had to sort of close down and even lay off people in some case because there wasn't as much care in person in clinical settings. So perhaps we're seeing just a return to pre-pandemic employment. Former California EDD director Michael bernick says, yeah, but overall, this is very good. Today's report showed a very resilient job market in the face of these other negative economic indicators. And that's despite feast and famine in the tech sector. A very interesting dichotomy between the white collar tech jobs and layoffs and the shortages, the need for workers in these other blue collar and direct care jobs. In San Francisco, by butler, case CBS. And on the topic of industry struggling the San Francisco for profit coding academy bloom institute of technology says it will let go of 60 employees by early next year, this is actually according to a filing with the California employment development department. The company already gone through a round of layoffs last year they planned to lay off half of the remaining workforce, bloom tech has faced lawsuits over the years from former students over the quality of its teaching along with repayment plans that some say left them with insurmountable debt without helping them get into the lucrative tech careers that were promised. A new dollar amount is being reported about what the California reparations task force thinks descendants of slaves should receive, but is the number accurate. Reporter proceedings takes a look. There's been a number floating around, numerous reports say the panel is estimating that roughly $570 billion is owed to the descendants due to housing discrimination from 1933 to 1977. It is incorrect in the sense that the task force has not made any final recommendations yet. We're still in our development and public comment phase of the work. Camila Moore is chair of the reparations task force. That $559 billion figure is in reference to a scope of work document presented to the task force by a 5 member economic consultant team that we had hired over the summer. Moore says $570 billion would be the state's maximum liability, but in reality she says the number will likely be much lower once it's determined who will actually be eligible. Chris sedans, Casey BS, the late Alameda county supervisor Wilma Chan was honored this week with another street being renamed in her honor. On Wednesday community leaders watched the unveiling of via Wilma Chan formerly via Mercado in San Lorenzo. They commemoration is meant to honor chance community advocacy work, San Lorenzo community members made a request for the change to the Alameda county board of supervisors was approved on October 13th. Last month, the city of Alameda also unveiled a Wilma Chan Wei, in which replaced constitution way in that city. 7 36 will update traffic and weather together coming up in just about 90 seconds. Hi. Has no interest in charging you interest. We're way more interested in your family's comfort or a limited time offering 60 months interest free financing on a complete heating and cooling system, or $1200

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"california employment development department" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It will last from four PM to nine PM The high heat across much of the state means more expected power demand on the electrical grid. Everyone has asked to set the thermostat to 78 cut back on appliances like washers and dryers. Kevin TRIP KBC NEWS This Saturday Marks 20 years since the 9 11 terrorist attacks, The president and first lady will visit all three sites where hijacked airliners crashed at the Pentagon in New York City. And Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Nearly 3000 Americans were killed that day. The Los Angeles Unified School District is proposing a vaccine mandate for all eligible students, ages 12 and up. Under the proposal, those eligible students would be required to get vaccinated in order to attend in person classes. The proposal goes to the district's Board of Education for consideration during tomorrow's special meeting. Former California Employment Development Department employee. From Riverside County has agreed to plead guilty to causing nearly 200 fraudulent covid related unemployment relief claims that were filed in other people's names, resulting in more than 1.6 million bucks in ill gotten gains. Gabriella Uranus, also known as Maria Sandoval signed a plea agreement filed today, court records show. She previously worked at the E. D. D as a disability insurance program representative. And after taking a pandemic pause, mandatory homeless encampment cleanups have resumed in L. A. The program is called care Plus, and it's back in action following a city council vote back in June, when a cleanup crew arrives. Homeless people are required to take down their tents and belongings, so sanitation workers get sweep Power, wash collected trash and hazardous materials from the area. Longings left unattended are bagged, Tagged and stored. 20 wanted commitment. Cleanups were conducted across the city. Just yesterday. Jim Rupkey ABC News the markets closed in the red, Come into CBS and get a free flu shot. Plus get $5 off. $20 shopping pass CBS America's choice for Vaccination. No cost Flu shots with most insurance restrictions apply. Visit CBs dot com For details. News sponsored by CBS K ABC. SoCal Weather Mostly clear skies this evening. We've got some patchy clouds and fog overnight along the coast lows in the sixties. Partly cloudy tomorrow, but hot high is up to 80 degrees at the beaches, eighties nineties and some triple digits for the inland in Valley areas. Currently it's 86 degrees in Yorba Linda 86 in Monrovia. And it's 68 degrees in Santa Monica K. A. B. C and cumulus media. Encourage you to get vaccinated Vaccines work and save lives. Please get vaccinated. It's America's best shot. Traffic.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You take it out, you know, even with baking. I take my cookies out long before they look done because if I take them out when they're done, they will be overdone by the time that they rest and me. You know, cool down. You put them on the rack and all of that, So that's a key and a good thermometer is going to. I think that's great. If you like. If you have somebody who grills and they don't have a thermometer, get them. Good thermometer. An instant read thermometers. Something like thermal pin. They're not cheap. But they're great. They also have, uh, new smart ones. Little probes that actually go into the meat and into your grill. With lid closed and everything and it comes up on your phone and you can tell what the temperature is. You can tell it to alert you. You keep it in, Uh, grill in the oven itself. I mean, the probe stays there while you're cooking. Yeah, well, some ovens do this as well. My oven has a probe that attach is on the inside of the oven and we'll go into whatever protein I'm cooking, and it will let me know on the digital display on the outside of the oven. It will alert me when it gets to the temperature. I request So I know I can do a secondary prep or secondary part of the cooking or take it out so it can rest. Uh, when you're resting meat, keep in mind all this all rested for five minutes or for 20 minutes doesn't mean Anything. I don't know why people say that it needs to be if you cook something to 135 degrees, medium rare. That when it rests, it should come down in the same area. That you took the temperature It should come down to 1 20. That's when meat relaxes. If it's anything above that the meat will want to push the juices out. It's not a time thing. It's a temperature thing. So you want whatever you've cooked, however hot, you've gotten it. When it comes to meet to get down to 1 20 cool down to 1 20 before you cut it. All right, let's take a break. I want to come down and talk about not milk. Plant based milk, uh, that, you know, and we're not talking almond milk in soy milk, which I find completely disgusting. Uh, really, It's really hard. They have to get down. Get the little pedals of the plants, Right? Squeeze them and nipples. And where is the nipple on a plan? There you go, and no kill meat. And what good is meat without killing it? Well, I don't quite understand how Well. Let's come back. Carter. Yeah, but you don't kill no, I we'll go into. We've talked about that before, but it's reaching new levels. We'll be right back. CFIA items exported to check in with Layla, California Employment Development Department says it will stop giving unemployment benefits to people who are not actively looking for work. Cal OSHA has approved revised workplace pandemic rules that allow employees who.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With filing more than 100 fraudulent claims with California's Employment Development Department the claims for four fictitious businesses, according to court documents, and E T, the paid out more than $569,000 in benefits. Holloman allegedly used the name of fake employees who were actually victims of identity theft. She will be sentenced by a federal judge on August 19th. He could face up to 20 years in prison and the $250,000 fine. Michaela renews 93.1 kfbk. Elsewhere in the news this morning, gubernatorial candidate John Cox is holding back payment to staffers from his previous run for governor, according to a lawsuit. A judge has since ordered Cox to pay the $100,000 that he owes. New audio this hour from Jin and Ascend Z. He's a partner for an advertising firm that filed the lawsuit against Cocks. The campaign themselves, told John Cox that these rebel it invoices. We should pay them and he chose instead to pay himself back rather than pay to pay for these hard working Californians, and so I paid them and was just asking to get reimbursed a press secretary for the cocks campaigns in a statement saying the dispute is over questionable exorbitant. In the office Santa Clara County, introducing some incentives of their own to encourage teens to get the vaccine. Here's KFBK Zorro well, Bella Overfill High School's holding a raffle today for those getting the vaccine from 11:30 a.m. to 7 30 PM to win an autographed jersey from the San Jose Earthquakes. Another incentive is a free boba drink for people who get their vaccine at some youth drop insights. The event started on Monday and the last days on Wednesday at Cretins Ailment ALS School between noon and 7:30 P.m. Royal Villa. On news 93.1 calf. Okay at 705. It is time for featured audio clip this hour. During a video call with members of Congress, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro New Yorkers acknowledged that there are just too many illegal immigrants now in the United States to keep track of them all. As Maura Legal immigrants pour over the US Mexico border and are released into the U. S by the Biden administration. New Yorkers admitted that there are as many as 11 million illegal immigrants somewhere in the U. S. And for the most part, he says, they have no idea where they are. It is our featured audio clip this hour. I am not aware of the fact that we have the tools resource is and capabilities. Track. The more than 11 million unlawfully present individuals in the United States, which speaks to the fundamental broken system. And the need for immigration reform. Well, is it a fundamental broken system? Or is it something that's going on? Currently? That's leading to a lot of these numbers. Or is it a combination of both? You know, these kinds of big issues are never just one. There's never one cause that number to me. 11 million When I heard that I had to go back, and I said did I just hear that right? Right? Oh, there are 11 million somewhere in the U. S. And they can't keep track of them. And you think what they say they can write. And you wonder why I mean Canada is doing it. Right, and even Mexico's doing it right. Well, it was just one of those clips were. We heard it and we thought we're pretty sure you didn't hear this, said most media outlets yesterday, and we thought we would roll that out for you this morning to give you a little bit different perspective. And then the advice President Harris is going to be making a trip very shortly. Do some Central American countries to talk about this issue, not going to the border? No. Neither the president nor the vice president have been down at all along the border to check it out. Don't want to say that. You know, it's just It's just kind of sits there and you think it and you're sitting back yourself. Really. I know you really haven't gone there. It's a big issue. Oh, my gosh. Yes, you all right, let's get you caught up on your top national stories, maybe from ABC.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Latest news 93.1 KFBK Covert trends in Sacramento County may be slow and improving, but health officials are still hopeful the county will make it to the orange tear before June 15th. KFBK Sneak A magus has more health officer, Dr Olivia to Syria lays out the possible factors behind the slow progression. Some of that is due to the testing volume. The other also that we are monitoring is variants, and that could be contributing to the stagnation in cases. And if Sacramento County doesn't meet the June 15th deadline, the blueprint will be retired. And that means that our health officer order will end as well, both at the state. To end the county level provided that the state meets two criteria of vaccines are readily available for all eligible Californians. And if hospitalization rates remained stable and low after June. 15th, California will still encourage people to mask up and get their covert shots. Nika MOGUL Hiss News 93.1 KFBK, The troubled California Employment Development Department is still having trouble dealing with incoming calls. Kfbk is Jensen radar tells us some residents are still hearing business signals when calling about their unemployment claims. TDD officials are saying they've implemented updates to decrease jammed phone lines. One feature eliminates waiting on the phone to connect with the representative. The new system holds a person's place in a virtual line in a representative calls them back when they've reached the front. DDT is also hiring more staff in training them to handle unique questions about claims. Critics say technology issues have been playing The A D. D for a decade, and the Newsome administration should have made fixing them a priority. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK KFBK Continuing.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Bay Area. Governor Gavin Newsom announced the findings during his covert 19 update. Today We have the first reported cases of South African variants. Two cases have been reported to Stanford one in Alameda County. And one in Santa Clara County. Still, Newsome says, coronavirus numbers are heading in a good direction. For California. The state's positivity rating has dipped to 4.8%. Hospitalizations have declined 34% in the last two weeks. Newsome also says more counties could soon be moving to less restrictive covert rules. Another high ranking California official has been tapped for a powerful job in the Biden administration Cuties Katie Orr reports on today's announcement. The head of California's Labor and Workforce development agency, Julie Su, has been nominated by President Biden to serve as his deputy secretary of labor. The pick was lauded by Democratic leaders in the state. However, Sue might face some hurdles in her Senate confirmation related to California's employment development Department in her role as the state's labor secretary. Sue oversaw E D D as it struggled to issue unemployment checks during the pandemic and made at least $11 billion in fraudulent payments. Sue has served as labor secretary for two years. Her defenders say she inherited an outdated e d d system in Sacramento. I'm Katie or KQED News, and for more local and state news you can head over to kqed dot orig. I'm Tara Siler in Oakland. Support for NPR.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Michael's more troubling news coming out of California's employment Development Department this evening in a late Friday announcement, they say unemployed Californians will have to wait until March 7th to apply to try and get money. Assemblyman Jim Patterson says they blame the computers is the reason they're not able to process the federal funds. What has struck me about this is that they've dumped it late on Friday that they knew about this and did not tell us when we have them in front of us for an accountability hearing on they are making light of the fact that that it was a programming infrastructure problem when, in fact, it's just another failure of their a dinosaur technology. Patterson says. It's yet another example of the employment development departments outdated computer Syst I'm failing Californians. Lawyers representing indoor fitness facilities in the state will soon have their day in court. KFBK is Jensen radar tells us A trial date's been set in the effort to get indoor. Jim's reopened the California fitness Alliance formed at the beginning of the pandemic to argue that exercise is essential. Now they're suing the Newsome administration over the continued closure of indoor fitness. Scott Street represents the CF A as partner with music, Peeler and Garrett. He says there has been no evidence to support why Jim's are closed. There is skepticism around the state that there is any data or evidence justifying any of these decisions, but that's something that we intend to find out. And once we find it out. Ah, we're going to present that case in court on June 7th. That hearing is where the state should provide data and science to justify the closures. Street says they will be preparing their case as to why the lockdowns are unlawful. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK Sacramento counties. Top administrator novelty of Gil reportedly intends to retire from his position after several employees accused him of harassment and creating a toxic workplace. The Sacramento Bee reports. Gil emailed supervisors Sue Frost, who's now serving his chair of the Board of Supervisors, with his decision shortly after one o'clock this afternoon. Bill's been on administrative leave since November. He's been with the county for 13 years. I'm Joe Michael's News 93.1 KFBK now Sacramento traffic..

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Lawmakers are looking to reform California's Employment Development Department, A group of nine assembly members introduced a package of bills on Thursday. One of the proposed changes would include no longer giving residents debit cards rather let them sign up for direct deposit. Another change would create an office of the claimant advocate to help people with claim issues. A mass vaccination side at the Oakland Coliseum is set to open on February. 16th Governor Gavin Newsom says the site will be able to initially deliver up to 6000 covert vaccinations a day The state is partnering with the Biden administration to open a second side at the California State University of Los Angeles campus. L. A plans to expand on project room Key After getting news. The Button administration has agreed to cover the costs, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the federal government will reimburse the city for 100% of the cost to house homeless seniors in hotel rooms. FEMA had already been reimbursing up to 75% of the costs for the rooms. I'm Nick McGahee's Now. Sacramento traffic from the KFBK Traffic Center couple ramp closures on staff found I five the Centerville wrote on ramp and off ramp are closed until five for construction. Also watch for reduced lanes between 50 and Centerville Road. Westbound Highway 50 Stockton Boulevard on RAB closed for tree work until 6 A.m. eastbound. I 80 Greenback Lane on ramp and off ramp are closed until 5 A.m. for electrical work and 80 westbound sees reduced lanes between West El Camino Avenue and Reed Avenue for bridgework until five Have problem up ahead. Tell us about it on the kfbk Traffic tip line. Enter pound to 50. State traffic traffic every 10 minutes. Mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk 1:15:30 a.m. and your I heart radio app Now Sacramento weather Hold early on this Friday morning under a clear sky lows between 32 36 later today, Expect plenty of sun Hi's between 60 and 64 clear tonight Low 34 to 38 tomorrow with sunshine..

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"california employment development department" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Leachman, who is dead at 94. Besides winning an Oscar in a room full of Emmy, she acted in some of the best TV shows and films of the past six decades. The last picture show Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Mary Tyler Moore show Young Frankenstein, Malcolm in the middle of the Office and The Simpsons. Leachman was also considered one of the nicest and funniest people to work with in Hollywood. Her family says she died of natural causes. The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nationwide threat of terrorism. Acting Secretary David Makovsky issued a bulletin saying there's currently a heightened threat across the U. S. That will persist over the coming weeks. There is no specific, credible plot. However, Bukovsky says there is information suggesting extremists who may be upset about the presidential transition or have other perceived grievances could incite violence. He's urging everyone to report suspicious activity. Stay informed and be safe. I'm Tom Roberts, a flash flood warning and evacuation is now in effect for parts of San Bernadino County. It includes Mountain Home Village, Oakland and Northeast Yucaipa. A wet and potentially damaging storm is heading our way, bringing what forecasters are calling an atmospheric river of moisture that will persist into Friday, whether in one minute If you have been receiving money from California's employment Development Department, and you shouldn't have you could be on the hook to pay it back. Then again, maybe not. Millions may be in that position. That's because the state agency stopped enforcing some eligibility rules so it could process claims quicker, which it did. But it still had to go back later and check to see people receiving the benefits were eligible. It's left a massive backlog 10 months into the pandemic. Worse yet, an audit shows that 2.4 million most likely didn't qualify for any benefits and 1.7 million were likely overpaid. The department director told lawmakers yesterday that the agency has not yet decided how it will handle these accounts. Sharing. Reared in K ABC News on Wall Street, all the major indexes closed down between two.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Notifying through there My chart portal accounts, which keep track of your information. It notifies people about issues and schedules. The second dose Mary Mackenzie with our reporting partner, 10 News says you can log on to my turn dot CIA dot Gove to find out when you can get A vaccine and now looks like it was more than 11. Million billion that was fraudulently paid out by California's Employment Development Department, Sacramento State University finance professor and expert economist Dr Sanjay Martian. A says an audit shows how massive it itwas a lot of money. 1000 million make up a billion. So if you talk about $11 billion that have been lost, I guess to this fraud and e d D. It's a huge sum of money. Says the fraud discovered in the odd it could have easily helped more than half a million people. Group of bipartisan lawmakers is calling for an oversight hearing of the E D D Apple is passing $100 billion in revenue in a single quarter for the first time in company history, reporting over 111 billion in revenue in the last quarter alone, even with the impressive results, Apple CEO Tim Cook says the Corona virus pandemic Still held sails back by forcing some stores to close temporarily around the globe. Today, Apple is telling you to make sure your devices have the latest software upgrade to the flaws that might have been actively exploited by hackers. The Dow down 6 33 at 30,003 03. And now let's check your real time traffic from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center. An.

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Why ABC s Rebecca Jarvis has more. The hope is that they can drive up the price of a company and then cash out. Cameron Public is a 20 year old Rutgers student who's been playing the stock market during the pandemic. Do I think that Gamestop is worth? You know $220 a share? No, I know personally near where I am I've seen probably 45 game stops shut their doors in the last year. Socks only worth as much as people think it is their efforts to game the system sometimes pay off a year ago, Gamestop was about $4 a share. Yesterday. It closed it nearly $150 and you're listening to ABC News. Shit. From California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm Greg Fishman at 10 02 with your top local stories, Smut and PG and E crews are trying to restore power to thousands of customers left in the dark after wins with 60 Mile, an hour gusts slammed the Sacramento Valley. Overnight winds were even stronger at the higher elevations in the coastal mountains in the Sierra Nevada. Smud still has about 75,000 customers out down from a high of more than 130,000. There are trees and power poles down all over the region. Traffic signals affected to the Atmospheric rivers Storm continuing through the week more than $11 billion is estimated to have been fraudulently paid out by California's Employment Development Department, Sacramento State University finance professor and economist Dr Sanjay Varsity says. That's a lot of money. But somebody working 40 hours a week and let's say they would have been making 1611 billion actually would have paid for. 600,000 folks to keep them fully employed for a year using the minimum wage. The state still investigating that lost the California State University system will not increase tuition for the 2021 school year. Chancellor Jos Castro made that announcement during yesterday's CSU board of trustees meeting. Castro says Governor Newsome's January budget proposal and the systems cost cutting efforts led to that decision not to raise the tuition for CSU. Traffic.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Wednesday morning, It was a startling revelation. The California Employment Development Department paid out more than $11 billion to thieves with virtually no oversight. Okay, if the case operate, Kino has reaction from a local business leader. Most of us can only dream about just how much $11 billion is Sac State finance professor and expert economist Dr Sanjay Varsity offers his perspective on the number and he finds the E D. The fraud situation. Shocking. I think the feet but it was like like during 70 billion if I'm not mistaken, So this was basically be close about 5% of the state budget. It could have easily paid for a lot of stuff that you know, typically goes by the wayside because we always bickering about you know how I'm gonna get paid for and who's gonna pay for it. So this is this is outrageous, Marchini says anyone can do the math. 1000 million Make a billion. It's a whole lot of money. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 KFBK, California will soon have new age based guidelines for covert 19 back. The nation's currently health care workers and those older than 65 are the first to get it. However, Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says younger people will now have to wait a little bit longer. With priority going to older Californians. The Biden administration is considering mandatory covert 19 testing for passengers on domestic flights. This Mark Mayfield. Dr. Marty Cetron, the director of the CDC is division of global Migration and Quarantine confirms that conversations are ongoing. President Biden has ordered federal agencies to make recommendations about new health measures for domestic travel. On Tuesday, New rules went into effect requiring international travelers to present a negative covert test to enter the U. S. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK There will be no players heading to the National Baseball Hall of Fame is part of the 2021 class. Here's Tim meet. He's the president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. For the first time since 2000 and 13 and the ninth time since voting began in 1936 no candidate reach the necessary 75% threshold for election. All 25 players up for election fell short of the required 75% of vote needed to make it to Cooperstown. Curt Schilling was the highest vote getter. He received just 71% of the vote. Okay, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories. Your Secretary of State.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News. In a startling revelation. The California Employment Development Department Paid out more than $11 billion to thieves with virtually no oversight. Kfbk is Aubrey Aquino has more now on the stunning amount of money and reaction from a local business leader. Most of us can only dream about Just how much $11 billion is Sac State finance professor and expert economist Dr Sanjay Barged Me offers his perspective on the number and he finds the e D d fraud situation. Shocking. I think the big budget was like like during 70 billion if I'm not mistaken, so this was basically be close about 5% of the state budget. It could have easily paid for a lot of stuff that you know, typically goes by the wayside because We always bickering about. You know how I'm going to get paid for and who's going to pay for it. So this is this is outrageous, Marchini says. Anyone can do the math. 1000 million make a billion. It's a whole lot of money. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 KFBK. There was also a new orders report that was released yesterday after we went off the air, so we've got a lot to talkto Aubrey about. She's gonna be joining us in the next 15 Minutes, California set to release New age based guidelines for covered 19 vaccinations, which will focus on age in the future. The current here includes health care workers and those older than 65. Health and Human services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says younger people who are in professions where they're not is exposed, might have to wait a little longer. The Biden administration is considering mandatory covert 19 testing for passengers on domestic flights. Mark Mayfield reports. Dr. Marty Cetron, the director of the CDC, is division of global Migration and Quarantine confirms that conversations are ongoing. Isn't it? Biden has ordered federal agencies to make recommendations about new health measures for domestic travel. On Tuesday, New rules went into effect requiring international travelers to present a negative covert test to enter the U. S. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK No Players air heading to the National Baseball Hall of Fame is part of the 2021 class. Tim Mean, president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum made that announcement yesterday for the first time since 2000 and 13. In the ninth time since voting began in 1936. No candidate reach the necessary 75% threshold for election. All 25 players up for election fell short of the required 75% of vote. They need to make it to Cooperstown. Curt Schilling was the highest vote getter after receiving 71.1% of the vote. And Curt Schilling, by the way, is not very happy with that at all. And we can get into that a little bit later arrested by this month. Yeah, he did. You're the top national stories. Biden announcing plans to ramp up the vaccine effort, increasing overall weekly vaccination distributions and states to a minimum of 10 million.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"First miracle Great fade. Jacob. Julie Su California Labor secretary says the there is no sugar coating the reality. We got taken. Yeah. So what's interesting about it, though? I said it on the media call yesterday and what I want to play for you. Is Julie soon out. Listen closely, because the audio is pretty muffled given that you know, they have no money. They can't afford a proper phone zoom account, or, you know, conference calling account. So instead you're gonna have this muffled kind of thing. But I wanna play this here in this cut Julie A was she was in the process of talking about this whole thing. And this you come throws this out there. Well. The P word program provided much needed assistance committal Californians but also provided the window of opportunity to food. That was seconds ready. We're not required to be verified with existing internal data, as happens with tire problem Standard unemployment insurance program. Unfortunately, the troopers Federal administration did not provide necessary guidance. Information or adequate support two states to protect against the sophisticated, flattering but President on Internet system. Bs. Okay, California Employment Development Department has screwed up so many things so many from that well that that it was Donald Trump's wall and then every other state also was suffered billions of dollars of potential fraud. Their unemployment programs, did they Yes. Did other states have this many big issues with the everyone? Apparently 40 something states out of out of all of our state's, Um, I can't stay at the thinkers. Seconds. How many states There were many states of the out of the many, many, many states, Puerto Rico. It's a territory. So anyway, so a little over 40 states had issues. Okay, Rod. Okay, So that's what they're talking about. So after she made that statement, she went on for another couple minutes. And they brought in the guy. That's part of this new vendor program. I d dot me that's coming in and our heads come in over the fall to sort of clean up the whole vetting system put the security systems in. He actually was bragging about how they do for the State Department, DEA and all these government agencies and how they've been doing it for a while. That's great. So it was time for Q and a couple questions than in In here on presser A. This is kind of how it happened. We'll cook our next question from still grabbing. I moved my address. Thank you very much. Good afternoon, everyone. I wanted to get some clarification on Secretary sues comment earlier in her comments when she had suggested somehow the Trump administration was to blame for which part of this fraud I'm a little confused or what she was talking about. Specifically. And also, what is the price tag for all of these reforms to clean up the security parts of this? Thank you so much. Thank you So much for the question. As I have mentioned a break, really? At three related these issues, But it's not. You will tow anyone State. Um every state has been struggling recently. You can paint it any time you want to act, not just from a system that understood that matters. That you did. Cyber and other kind of room buying my bread and butter appetizer, Brad and these schemes If you report me stoop when each put in toast. Um it's uh, safeguard because we moved to the next boat. And so what if she goes? She goes on and killed. Yeah, here and cut be so she goes on and I timed it. It was two minutes 20 seconds. I think. The whole response. And then here's copy, Okay? No, I'm sorry. Just had a quick call. Just I guess what I'm getting confused. That is that you're talking about response after the fact or you talking about Steps that could have been taken to prevent the initial fraud and movie I think both, but but I also think that is, um very much about what some of the women there were some statements by by the federal government about confirmed with fried, Of course nobody Anticipated the CDC health so you can see how she went on and on and on about, sort of, and then she said, Well, you know, the states also culpable, right? But it took all of that, and by the way, never answered. How much tab is So then, then we'll go on. I'm sorry. So the next reporter comes on and says, You know, Next reporter the reporter comes on. Says Yes. I wonder if you could answer Mr Gregory's question. I'm not kidding yourself and come back and do that. All right. We're just up against the break care. I will come back and break. Yeah, we missed it. Gary and Shannon will continue. Layla.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To websites. Host far right neo Nazi and extremist content. Bank of America is being sued for its role in the massive fraud that's played the California Employment Development Department. Ah lawsuit filed in Northern California Jennifer Dick is a real estate agent from San Francisco. She's suing B of a and asking for class action status against the bank yet says she obtained E D D benefits and got a debit card, but said that unauthorized transactions on her card Eventually just emptied the account. National Rifle Association, maybe relocating to Texas after filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy, it had been operating as a New York registered nonprofit, even though it physically is based in Fairfax, Virginia. New York State Attorney General Laetitia James filed a lawsuit to dissolve the N R a accusing the executives of using millions of company dollars for luxury travel and dining. The association fired back with their own suit, saying that the state has a toxic political environment in claims the governor Andrew Cuomo, is trying to blacklist them. Fast food workers would have more workplace protections during the pandemic. Under a new bill proposed by San Diego Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, Assemblywoman Gonzales says, well, multi billion dollar fast food corporations air collecting record profits during the pandemic, their workers of being paid dismally low wages and have to work multiple jobs to make ends meet, she says more than 200 complaints filed with state and local health agencies. Say some have been denied sick leave. Others have been asked to her doggy diapers or coffee filters is masks. The bill would guarantee workers could help establish industrywide workplace standards and would empower workers to hold companies accountable for providing safe working conditions. On Friday, hundreds of California fast food workers walked off the job in solidarity with other workers and 15 cities across the nation. Abandon a federal minimum wage of $15 an hour. Marilyn Haider Kogo News Convalescent plasma, Maybe the best treatment we have for Cove it we're going to talk to a doctor from Johns Hopkins at 7 11 stories trending the President elect is nominated teddy ago. Unified Superintendent Cindy Martin.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"93.1 kfbk. Currently 37 degrees in Sacramento was stories trending on the KFBK Morning news This morning, Wilton residents have successfully blocked a convicted sexual predator from moving into their neighborhood for now. Judge has temporarily blocked Daniel Shays ears moved to Wilton CBS. 13 is reporting the cheese years. Last known address is in Del Paso Heights. But officials notified residents last month that he has applied to rent a home in Wilton. Gavin Newsom's proposed new budget includes $4 billion for California's economy and green initiatives. Every case, Nico McGahee's report small businesses would get 575 Million and the money would pay for grants of up to 25,025 million would be allocated to small museums and art galleries that have been forced to close amid the pandemic. The governor and the state Legislature have already given 500 million to the program. So Tuesday's proposal would make more than one billion available. Roughly 1.5 billion would help people buy electric cars and build the charging stations necessary for drivers to use them knew. Some also wants to give 430 million worth of tax credits to businesses that stay in California and create full time jobs. Nikola Call his news 93.1. KFBK new developments in the billion dollar fraud case at the California Employment Development Department reports this morning show millions of dollars in covert 19 unemployment checks paid for with taxpayer money has been sent to inmates in out of state jails and prisons. The report shows the department approved more than 6000 claims totaling more than $42 million for prisoners in jails outside of California. The DDT fraud case has been called the biggest fraud case in the history of California. A $200,000 campaign to clean up the floor of Lake Tahoe is underway. Here's kfbk is Marshall Benson. The Tahoe fund received donations from over 135 people and businesses, including Tahoe, Blue vodka and Vail Resorts. Allowing the nonprofit clean up the lake to continue removing waste from the 72 miles under the lake's surface. Last summer, the group were covered over £2200 of trash from just six miles of Lake Tahoe. A team of divers will begin this year's cleanup effort in May. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK at 8 34 on Wednesday morning. Here are your top national stories happening now in Washington, DC tens of thousands of Trump supporters gathering turning out for a rally. The president is expected to address the crowd. The president is calling on his vice president and members of.

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"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"california employment development department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Been authorized for use in the U. S and more are on the way, but the criticism is that they're not being administered quickly enough. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar told ABC today. There's been a rapid uptick in the last three days. I'm actually surprised there haven't been more glitches. Thing we've seen so far are states. We're on it we're working with our governors were providing them Health. And today, the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo introduced new rules that gives hospitals one week to administer vaccines in their possession or face a $100,000 fine. ABC is Erica Turkey has more from New York hospitals failed to vaccinate quickly, Cuomo said the state would move the vaccine elsewhere. You have the allocation. We want it in people's arms as soon as possible. More than two million people in this state are currently eligible to be vaccinated so far about 300,000 have been. Georgia is today's political battleground. Vice President Mike Pence campaigning there in support of the two Republican senators, who are trying to hold on to their seats and the Republican Senate majority in tomorrow's runoff elections, President Trump and I have had no more stall work. Champion of our agenda to make America great again, then Senator David Perdue, We gotta send back President Elect hell. Biden will be there today. President Trouble be in Georgia tonight, two days after he implored Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger to quote find the number of votes he would need to reverse the outcome in a state he lost. Rapids, Berger told ABC the president's claims of fraud work. Not true. All I know is that we're gonna follow the law follow the process, Truth matters and we've been fighting these moments for the last two months. Three years ago, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and J. P. Morgan teamed up to form haven. Their plan was to attack the soaring cost of health care, but now a company spokesperson says havens dissolving at the end of next month. Stocks have been trading lower today. The Dow Down 1.5% You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John for nicely at 11 02 With your top local stories many out of work, Californians will be waiting even longer to get their unemployment benefits. Joshua Lipton has the details. California's Employment Development Department has suspended benefit claims it considers high risk in an effort to fight fraud. 80 80 tweeting Sunday that those affected will need to verify their identity before payments can resume. Federal unemployment benefits briefly lapsed the day after Christmas before President Trump signed the latest covert relief package. The E T. T says instructions on how to verify your identification or expected Wednesday. Joshua Lipton News 93.1 KFBK One employee working in an emergency department at Kaiser Permanent a San Jose medical center, has died from covert 19 following a massive outbreak at the hospital. Late last night, Kaiser issued a statement that one of the emergency department employees who had been working on Christmas Day Has died two to do the coronavirus complications, the hospital announced over the weekend. It's still investigating why so many San Jose employees have tested positive for the virus since December, 27th. And a man known for his famous ascent of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park in 1958 has died. 89.

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California paid $400 million in jobless benefits to inmates

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

California paid $400 million in jobless benefits to inmates

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the scale of fraudulent unemployment benefits paid to California inmates is worse than first thought an ongoing investigation of fraudulent unemployment benefit payments tied to the corona virus pandemic now finds the California employment development department paid about four hundred million dollars to state prisoners prosecutors who disclosed the scheme estimated the fraud at one hundred forty million dollars last week prosecutors say the fraud included inmates working with people outside the prisons the investigation finds benefit claims were submitted in the names of thirty one thousand inmates and nearly twenty one thousand inmates were paid that includes at least one hundred thirty three inmates on death row hi Mike Crossey up

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Los Angeles - California paid $400 million in jobless benefits to inmates

John Rothmann

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles - California paid $400 million in jobless benefits to inmates

"California state prison inmates has grown to a staggering $400 million that is nearly tripled the amount prosecutors first disclosed last week. The new number coming from the California Employment Development Department. Comparing its unemployment claims data to inmates. Social Security numbers in all, records show about 31,000 inmates applied for benefits more than 20,000 were paid about $400 million San Francisco is preparing to impose stronger

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California authorizes more than $140m in payouts in alleged fraud highlighting department in crisis

Business Beware

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

California authorizes more than $140m in payouts in alleged fraud highlighting department in crisis

"Unemployment claims from prison inmates have cost California $140 million. At least 35,000 unemployment claims were fraudulently made on behalf of prison inmates costing California $140 Million and paid out benefits. The Sacramento County D. A calls it one of the biggest fraud of taxpayer dollars in California history. The claims were made between March and August and even include one of the name of convicted murderer Scott Peterson. Prosecutors were tipped off by listening in on recorded calls from prison as inmates bragged about scamming the system. This scheme always involved someone on the outside to facilitate the applications, and prosecutors say the problem is compounded by dysfunction at the California Employment Development Department, which does not check unemployment claims against a list of prison inmates, as many other states do. From the

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More Than $140M In EDD Benefits Paid Out To California Inmates, Investigation Finds

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

More Than $140M In EDD Benefits Paid Out To California Inmates, Investigation Finds

"And federal prosecutors say California's Employment Development Department has been paying benefits to tens of thousands of inmates costing the state over $140 million from NPR member station KQED Julie Chang reports. The fraudulent claims were filed between March and August. The even included some high profile inmates like convicted murderer Scott Peterson. State Assembly member David Chu says this adds to a long list of failures by the state agency. So many of our constituents make a single typo. And then he did the application and they're denied income for months when an inmate on death row can use a fake name to get benefits paid out. Prosecutor said the department didn't cross reference unemployment claims against the list of prisoners like some other states do. The state agency has been overwhelmed with millions of benefit claims since March that resulted in a backlog that led to a two week shutdown in September

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Apple self-driving car layoffs hit 190 employees in Santa Clara, CA

The MacCast

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Apple self-driving car layoffs hit 190 employees in Santa Clara, CA

"There were reports that apple had dismissed about two hundred employees actually over two hundred employees from their self driving car project this week the San Francisco San Francisco Chronicle confirmed those layoffs by reviewing a filing from the California employment development department. It looks like apple will actually be letting go about one hundred ninety employee's. This will happen officially on April sixteenth. According to the filing apple is dismissing thirty eight engineering program managers, thirty-three hardware. Engineers thirty one product designers and twenty two software engineers from that program

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