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"california sea" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Leaders to build a board park. The city's currently scouting out locations. In Fairfax, Jeffrey Sha'ab CASE, CBS After 20 years of research, the Marine Mammal Center and Sauce, Alito has discovered what is causing a pervasive and aggressive form of cancer and sea lions. And his KCBS is making gold three reports. It may help us learn more about cancer in humans as well. Sea lions actually have physiology similar to ours, says Dr Peric Dignan, chief pathologist at the Marine Mammal Center and co author of the study Could help understand and what's plaguing the Sea Lions in California, he says, are barrels of leaking chemicals, including DDT that were dumped off the coast of Southern California in the sixties. They discovered that those chemicals when combined with the herpes virus, and sea lions can create cancer. 24 25% of all adults, California Sea lions, We admit as patients and Mel Central will have captured so now, he says. More study needs to be done on the reaction between the herpes virus in humans and those chemicals, which we can get ourselves from the food chain because he says, they never break down. Making gold speak KCBS portion of the new swap sponsored by your Northern California Toyota dealers. You go camping again in California. The State Department of Fish and Wildlife says camping is now allowed on state operated lands and wildlife areas. And Federal Wildlife Refuge is it comes as California lifts the state covert related stay home order. Campers are advised to observe the public Health Department's travel advisory to avoid non essential travel of more than 120 miles from a person's home to reduce the spread of covert campers should also continue to maintain a 6 ft physical distance from people not in their household. Mask up when you get within 6 Ft. Of people not in your bubble. There's some Brook's money Watch now sponsored.
"california sea" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"6 FT sports Later 19 Power plays in the season series last year against Vancouver, Mr San Jose Sharks. Scores his 500 National Hockey League goal. He's added 18 Mohr since then. Surveyed the Sharks and goals, points power play goals Taylor I'm doing I thought I was talking up with all of the things that Patrick Marleau has done in a shark's sweater, but he is not done. Patrick Marleau is back with your San Jose Sharks, and he is back on the Tolbert, Kruger and Brooks show. Joining us on the only guests line, Patrick, We always appreciate the time. Welcome home again. Thank you very much. Thanks for having me. Thanks for coming on Azan outside Observer. This seems like this is a pretty easy decision. Sharks wanted you back. You wanted to be back and Um I simplifying it wasn't this just that simple. Pretty pretty much, uh, you know, there was Ah, chance to come back and You know, I like the team here and obviously played a number of years here in a great place to play and Still a great team with the with all the with everybody healthy and looking for Teo, you know a good good run out when in the cup next year. You know, I was looking at your your bio just to check the year. 97 draft, man. You were just a kid in 1997. Will you take us back to that night, Patrick and tell us what that experience was like, because that was the beginning of your Of your road with with sharks. Yeah, Uh, obviously crazy and fun time not, you know, taking that next step from junior. No. You think about 17 18 years old at that time, but ah, Yeah. Just just excited to be drafted in tow. Have an angel team want me and, um, you know, uh, ask for a better organization toe to draft me and, you know, spend a lot of time here over the years, and a lot of What a great great teams lot of Ah, great friends and the organization's been been great the whole way through. What is this organization? Mandy you, Patrick. That just means, you know, I think the biggest thing here now that my kids were part of, Ah, you know, sharks, hockey, junior hockey and think they've got it. It's part of the part of the community for sure, and they build the fan base over the years. It's been. It's been great to see how Commited. The fans are how they're into it. And how all these little kids playing hockey and you know everything just kind of gravitated towards it. And it's been been fun to be part of, and Ah, you know, hopefully I got four boys and and, ah, No plane sharks junior hockey now, so it's uh it's pretty surreal. How it's all kind of come full circle. That's that's pretty cool. Ironic is very real quick. I just wanted to ask him about the transformation you've seen in San Jose. Since it first started here because I only think hockey, you know, we think Canada obviously, but then you start looking around the Somme belt and you see some of the really good teams. Dallas was in the Stanley Cup finals of Vegas. A really good team. You guys have been good forever the King's one Stanley Cup Anaheim What's that transformation been like for you? Maybe specifically here in San Jose. Since you first got here, how they've grown kind of a Zaha key community. I know they've always loved they're they're sharks. Good to see all the junior programs and then just the growth of hockey around the country in the sun belt. Yeah, it's been. It's been. Ah, None of my kids were involved in it. Now I get to see the other teams in California Sea, their programs and All right. Like you said, Although there's kids coming out of California, they're making NHL. They're making big impacts. And you know, it only takes one or two kids. And then another kid sees it and says, Hey, No, it can't happen. So maybe we're going to give this hockey thing a shot. It's great to see that You know they Khun Khun build that. That league and that organization toe where kids air you know, becoming any child players and then thriving. Patrick Marleau. Joining us mention you've got four boys all know to do is stick in her hand. The Marlowe household must be bonkers on a daily basis. Yes, it is. There's no shortage of messes to clean up the pandemic. You know, Obviously we don't have enough messes to clean up. We went and got to two new puppies. So it's Yeah. Yeah. You know what? Let's let's take a moment to shut up, Mrs Marlowe. Hopefully she's getting her reward right now. She will definitely get it in the afterlife. Is that fair to say she is doing this has given me a glimpse in tow her Our world and what she had to go with you and I can't think her enough. Ah, yes, It's a wake up call to sure having two D'oh. You know, just a little bit of what she does. So I'm curious. You mentioned You know, making a run for the cup, but anybody that puts on a pair of skates and plays in NHL That's your main focus, but obviously this is a shark's team in transition. Hopefully, Joe Thornton will be there and you two guys can Can ride off into the sunset with the cup over your head. But like I said, this is a team in transition..
"california sea" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Two things for the state of Washington and for that matter for the state of Oregon. It made eastern Washington one of most productive farming areas of the planet Earth Because you didn't rely on seasons you had water behind the dam. And when you want electricity, you opened up the damn gate Source. Lewis's and the water when flowing over turbines that spun and created electricity almost like a throttle. Right so late in the afternoon, you can let more water out. You can provide electricity. And so your your grid will always be 100%. No matter what demand is you? No, but obviously you don't wantto produce mohr than people are using. But you don't want to produce less, which is like what California does Because you can't. There's no foot for wind. You can't press the gas for wind. And you can't keep the sun up. Even though California thinks he can pass a law solving every problem or create a state agency, the sun As it turns out, our governor was shocked and surprised to find out. That the sun went down 31 times in a row in August alone, and now, here it is the fifth of September and by my count, the sun has gone down four times in a row in this month. I bet you Today makes it five and it's coming. But no, this is where the market jumps in by the way and says, Screw you. Democrat run California I have solar panels on my house and I have a backup battery. So the panels make power long The sun's up. In fact, during a full moon, I make power. I only use so much. Power goes back on the grid. But it also backs up my battery. So when the sun goes down, because the people who installed my solar panels New science, and they were aware that the sun goes down every single day. In fact, that's how you mark the end of the day. On DH, So the backup battery is what we go to. So all day long The battery gets backed up. Anything we don't use goes back on the grid. And then when the sun goes down, my power system goes first to the battery. And I've never run out. By the time the sun comes up the next day, I've got like 60% left. And so in other words, I'll never run out of power. And I'm still on the grid by law in California. You still have to be on the grid does whatever or I'll see they can't control you or something. But anyway, that's That is what happens when People who dream of unicorn farts, run your grid and put put bonds and measures on your ballot to fund this dream. 100% sustainable energy by 2035 or whatever they say when they base it on solar and wind alone. It doesn't work. It's not gonna work. Because, as I say the sun goes down every day. But when it does often times the wind is not blowing And for a lot of states when you can't you can't rely on it. But now anyway. Those Air California I'm just trying to help you keep California problems out of your state. That's that's my job. I'm the Cassandra I'm a canary in a coalmine. Ah, let's go with guy in Wisconsin Guy. Thanks for calling the weekend. Brian Seeds filling in for Joe Pegs. Hi, Brian. I called because I just want to let Something listeners in on that. I'm a Democrat. And me and my family and friends have been lifelong Democrats and we voted for Hillary Clinton in this last election. What Since then what this party has become. We didn't sign up for all this radical. Huh? Nightmare that the Democratic Party represents today. When Hillary Clinton lost the election. We, uh we accepted it and we stand behind our President Donald Trump is a great president. This man is doing the best he possibly can. And, uh, I just want your audience know all Democrats ain't baby killers were pro life. I'm pro life. My family's pro life or pro gun. We believe in Jesus. And we just didn't sign up for this, And we're going to be voting for Donald Trump. Me and my family. And the rest is for people. Thanks for the call for people who know That I've been filling in on the show for a couple years. I'll let you in on a bit of Ah, personal change. As you know, 1 2015 didn't like Donald Trump didn't vote for him in 2016. You probably could have called me a never Trumper until the never trump or people that I used to respect when crazy On DH. Then I saw because I'm a results guy. If you don't know this because the media is not covering this, but the wackiest U. S Circuit Court is the ninth circuit for the West Coast. They're nuts. They've been crazy Liberal for decades. They're the most overturned circuit court when the when the Supreme Court gets 1/9 Circuit Court case More often than not. They overturned what the ninth circus as it used to be called, has done. And the ninth Circuit is upheld. Some of the most Draconian anti gun laws that California has put up. Well, what's not being reported, is that Trump has flipped it. Trump has flipped the ninth Circuit. Too conservative and we're seeing results because we have a ban on high capacity magazines in California Sea. You can't have a magazine with more than 10 rounds because that would be bad. You so So if you want to be a masculine, er, you just have to learn how to quickly change magazines. Well, then California said, Oh, no, It has to be a permanently affixed magazine. What they did effectively was they degraded your right to exercise the Second Amendment in California. Well, that's now being challenged. The magazine capacity. Ban was found unconstitutional. Our state attorney general who currently holds the record for suing Donald Trump. I want to say is that 99 lawsuits against Donald Trump. He's appealing it on. He wanted to go to the entire ninth Circuit, but the entire ninth Circuit is on conservative. He can appeal that It'll go to the Supreme Court, which is also so conservative. So some of the draconian laws in California are going to be repealed. I like that. By the way, you may not know this. But here in California, you have to undergo a background check to buy ammo. The ammo. You're going to shoot through a gun. You had a background check for That's clearly unconstitutional in the face. That'll be overturned, but But the change in me is that the reason in 2020 I'm going to vote for Donald Trump. Is from California, too. And it's Kamala Harris. If if you haven't seen her day by day, because you don't live in California, for those of us who have seen her act no, her act. That's the reason I'm going to vote to re elect.
"california sea" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"State of California. So for San Diego, it means that hair salons barbershops nail salons. Tattoo parlors can open it 100% indoor capacity on Monday. And restaurants, churches, places of worship movie theaters, museums, those can open indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever's fewer on Monday, and gyms and yoga studios workout spaces. Those could open a 10% capacity on Monday in doors. This one impact the ability to go outdoors for any of these business sectors and not impact schools anyway. They will still be large open if the school district or private school chooses coming up. On Tuesday. But not everyone is happy with the new plan from the governor's son. Elected officials in the North County say that many business has been the left off for the reopening phase. County Supervisor Jim Desmond, along with North County Mayor's urging the state to reopen Mohr local businesses, Desmond and those mayors made it one of the world's most popular theme parks. Let businesses be open if they're able to safely comply like Lego land where we were just as today. They've got all all of them all of their criterion place before I keep, you know, keeping people say Desmond says eight Legoland parks around the world are open, but this one remains closed. The supervisor has been a critic of public health officials. Decisions to restrict business operations. Phil Farrar, KOGO news. So while Legoland waits to reopen in the state of California Sea world Is open today for the first time during the pandemic, because theme parks like Legoland or Disneyland are closed. But zoos are open, like the San Diego Zoo Safari Park now see was open with their animal exhibits here today, not their rides or their indoor attractions. We are opening up about 40 acres of the park expansive room to roam in this very limited capacity event, and we've implemented all the cove. It's safety measures you would imagine so people can feel really comfortable and safe and have a great On family day out apart from the major zoo attractions, we also.
"california sea" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"85 was that it made it impossible for freelancers to get work. So if you're a freelancer And you're submitting articles, websites. If you submit Mohr than I forget what the number is like 10 or 20 articles a year. Then you have to be an employee of the website and you have to get benefits. So this totally screwed all the freelancers in California anyway, this week, uber and lifts said We're not doing business in California. We're stopping driving in California. We can't We can't do it because it's unprofitable. We can't do this at a loss. And now the state of California is like Oh, wait a minute. Wait a minute, man. Let's talk about this. Because what happens is is that if you board lift disappear from California, then you have tens of thousands of drivers out of work. But more importantly, you have people that just can't get they can't get to where they want to go. Because there's not enough caps and California Sea. This is the thing like the independent contractor model was working. Okay was working people. The driver's entered into an agreement with uber off their own free will and they were making money and nobody was being exploited. There was there was no Coercion in this relationship. State of California introduced coercion into the relationship and everything went sideways and now uber and left. They're gonna be out of California. And by the way, you know, Joe Biden has said that he wants to implement EB five throughout the entire country. And that would really mean the end of uber and left. So you know, uber, by the way is trading in about a $50.50 Excuse me. $50 billion valuation, which is down significantly from when it went public and went public at an $80 billion.
US allows killing sea lions eating at-risk Northwest salmon
"Sea Lion Cole has been approved by the Department of Fish and Wildlife ABC stunt and explains sea lions have been devouring devouring migrating migrating salmon salmon and and steelhead steelhead trout trout with with a a bottleneck bottleneck of of dams dams or or where where they they had had a a tributaries tributaries to to spawn. spawn. In In order order to to save save the the fish. fish. US US officials officials issued issued new new permits, permits, allowing allowing wildlife wildlife managers managers and several native American tribes in Washington, Oregon and Idaho to kill five 140 California Sea lions and 176 Steller Sea lions over the next five years in the Columbia River Basin. Officials at the Humane Society say killing the sea lions isn't going to fix fix the the problem. problem. The The sea sea lion lion populations populations are are generally generally healthy. healthy. Todd Todd and and ABC ABC News News
"california sea" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Well, there's been another shark sighting reported in our area. Fish and Wildlife officials in New Jersey say this one was spotted in the never sink River in Rumsen. Authority sent a note to residents to be cautious in the area around Navas Ink Avenue, even though no shark sightings have been confirmed on Long Island. Several shark sightings have prompted beach closures this past month. And the Coast Guard has rescued a sea turtle. It was surrounded by sharks off the Cape May coast Total had become ensnared in a fishing trap line and Thursday this happened and that broad sharks to the area. Members of the Coast Guard distracted the sharks while the turtle was frayed. A total was not harmed. A sea lion call has been approved by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. We hear about that, from correspondent Todd and Sea Lions have been devouring migrating salmon and steelhead trout with a bottleneck of dams or where they had of tributaries to spawn. In order to save the fish. US. Officials issued new permits allowing wildlife managers and several native American tribes in Washington, Oregon and Idaho to kill 540 California Sea lions and 176 Steller Sea lions over the next five years in the Columbia River Basin officials at the Humane Society Sayedee say killing the sea Lions isn't going to fix the problem. The sea lion populations are generally healthy. Jersey City's orderto boil water will continue until five o'clock this afternoon. It was issued on Friday into a water testing. Irregularity wins news time to 56 time for Bloomberg MoneyWatch on 10 10 wins Here's Nathan Hager. Many businesses have felt pressure in recent years to offer more than just shareholder value and to make an impact on society so called stakeholder capitalism. Protests over racial inequities have raised the stakes even Mohr, but one company has made social awareness part of its recipe. Ben and Jerry's has for the past few years, said We're going to focus on criminal justice reform. We want to understand how structural racism in the USA work, Bloomberg retail reporter Jordan Holman. That's why, when a statement from them is released, it really hits and resonates with people. And now that Ben and Jerry's is part of Unilever CEO Alan Joep says the parent company is incorporating its activism elsewhere. Unilever is rebranding. It's overseas, fair and lovely skin creams as glow and lovely so is not to imply lighter skin is better. And it's working, too. Add more diversity to its C suite. We feel that we're still in the early Fiji's off learning about racial inequality. And what we can do is a business to help in our own operations and in society. Bloomberg MoneyWatch at 26 56 past every hour. I'm Nathan Hager for 10 10 wins. I like Abed, that's really firm. I need something.
"california sea" Discussed on KOMO
"Coma New Saturday, U. S. Authorities have given wildlife managers here in our state, along with Oregon and Idaho. Permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River Basin. It's in hopes of helping a struggling salmon and steelhead. The bulky marine mammals long ago figured out they could feast on the migrating fish where they Bottleneck of dams and where they head up tributaries to spawn the permit granted yesterday, allowing states and several native American tribes to kill 540 California Sea lions and 176 Steller Sea lions over the next five years. Long term care facility in southwest Washington, recording 40 Koven 19 cases the Colombian reporting the outbreak of the premiere rehabilitation of Cascade Park. That's an East Vancouver and Clark County's largest for long term care facilities. Covered 19 dashboard on Al Amir's website, saying 18 residents in 22 staff a tested positive. As of Thursday, Washington State reported 800 additional covert 19 cases yesterday with 19 more death. Quite a wildfire burning right now. On the scene at Columbia River Gorge Group to more than 970 acres, crews had a 10% contained, They said. They've established a 75% line of defense. At least that's the goal. Authorities say the blazer, threatening hundreds of homes and has burned at least to last We heard 900 people being evacuated from or Than for 100 homes. The fire broke out Wednesday afternoon in the community of more Sayer, Oregon, which is between Hood River and the Bells along Interstate 84. I still know traveled to a Canada going north and for that matter shall to Mexico. The Canada U. S border remains closed to non essential travel for at least another month of statement came yesterday by Canada's Public Safety Minister Bill Blair. And there came a day after Mexico announced a similar measure for its border with the United States. Many Canadians fear of reopening Canada has flattened the epidemic curve while the U. S was more confirmed cases and desk Um Coben, 19 than any other country essential cross border workers by the way, Like health care professionals, airline crews and truck drivers are still permitted to cross. Temperatures set to approach 100 tomorrow. The people who patrol area water is urging you to take simple steps to enjoy yourself. Life vests or coast Guard approved flotation devices, always the number one suggestion. Thank you. Sheriff. Sergeant Bill Callahan spotted two young men on Lake Washington who appeared to be on paddleboards without vests. But they had Fanny packs on and they're considered a type five pft if they're being worn, and they were wearing theirs, so that meets the legal requirement. It doesn't have to be something big and bulky and obtrusive..
US allows killing sea lions eating at-risk Northwest salmon
"U. S. Authorities have given wildlife managers in Washington, Oregon and Idaho permission to start killing hundreds of sea lions in the Columbia River basin. With the hopes of helping struggling salmon and steelhead. The sea lions have been a long running conundrum pitting mammals protected under federal law against protected fish runs. Permit granted allows the states and several native American tribes to kill 540 California Sea lions and 176 Steller sea lions over the next five
"california sea" Discussed on Joyce Meyer's Talk It Out Podcast
"What is his quarantined? Addition of your intro the quarantine edition for our home to your very cozy. While we're all safely quarantined in our own houses and doing this on a zoom meeting so we can see each other but it's like so close yet so far away. What's fun about watching Jay is? Her background is fun. Your and California Sea but you're you cut in and out like your body. Does well parts of you. You're like whole that's a little bit agrees. Green happen in their funding is. Because I've done so many Zun call meetings. I've become a little zoom savvy and so I've learned jeff background to different little spots. But it's really like a low budget green screen like a really bad weather forecast but I still feel like I'm on vacation in San Francisco. You'll happy happy. I want to say thanks to all of our friends because last week we were talking about sharing hope during this time and j shared some really personal stuff that she's been going through and some things with her marriage and the response from everyone first of all. Thank you for your love your just outpouring of love and support and to all of you. Who shared that? You've been through the same thing or are going through the same thing our love right back to you. We want you to know That you're not alone and that these are hard times for a lot of people but we're so grateful to you for being our friends and our support to yeah for loving our friends so good. Yeah Yeah I just WanNa thank you so very much because that was just a vulnerable place firming up very much so like you know you get what you get for me but that was just some. I don't know it was a level of personal but I don't know I was. I was like I don't know but I just went forward in. You'll have just been such good friends to me near and far all over the world just just receiving so much love thank you. Yeah it's beautiful. It's why we are here for each other and today we're going to talk about something that really. I think connects a lot to our situation and to sweat a lot of us as women are going through and that is how do we take care of ourselves and we're kind of in a different climate where things are a little a little bit different so whether you're not working working from home whether you're isolated or your health care giver or something like that and you're out there all the time your world is different right now and so we're talking a lot about through this? Are we just sitting and eating a whole lot? Are we taking care of ourselves? Are we getting the exercise that we need but going so much deeper than that and talking about the importance of taking care of ourselves physically but also spiritually and emotionally? And where does the core of why we take care of ourselves even come from and you know? Do we love ourselves enough to do it? I got a message on instagram. From one of our one of girlfriends and she was saying that as she's home right now she's She's gone through some stuff but she's decided to really invest in herself and spending time with God and so she wants to take this time to find out what God is saying to her and who he is in her and I just love that because what. You're saying ginger. This is such a unique time in. It's hard strange brings up all sorts of stuff but how cool that we can dive in and find out what God is who got says we are. And how can we better take care of ourselves? People are thinking that way. There are a lot of barriers. I think that come between the way God wants us to take care of ourselves and reality rate so I might be time. It might be money. It might be energy It it might be determination but a lot of those barriers are Kinda down right now. You know we. We need to take advantage of this time to really invest like. You said. You're in like like our friends that I think that's great. Investment ourself spiritually and emotionally and physically. And see what we can make happen. But there's there's one more thing that might be coming between us and taking our care cure of ourselves and that is how we feel about ourselves on the inside. Do we love ourselves enough? Do we put in a value in our cells. And where does that value come from? Because if it's just because I feel good about who I am. That may not be enough because they may not feel good about who I am tomorrow so we need something much deeper. So that's that's what we want to talk about. Today we have an offer for you called closer to God. It's absolutely free. It's a free download. It's a little booklet that you can get as download at Joyce Meyer dot org slash. Talk it out. It's called closer to God and you may be asking okay. You're talking about taking care of yourselves. Why would you offer something like closer to God? Well let's jump right in because it all begins with understanding our value so let's begin with Joyce and what the Bible says about our self worth love. It's actually the answer to finding our self worth. Everybody in the world just wants to be valuable. We just want to know that we matter we want to know that we mean something to somebody and sadly if people don't get a good start in life they can waste yes. I said waste their whole entire life searching for self worth and they look in all the wrong places in what they do the people they know the label in their clothes. How they look very often. It's what kind of work that people do. They think that they're valuable. If they can be the president or heather name on an office door but they feel like they have no value if maybe they do some kind of menial job the thing we have to understand that are worth value is not and never can be in any of that maybe we look valuable to the world but not to God and when push comes to shove when all this is over. There's only going to be and we need to be a little more concerned about his principles and what he has to say about us than we are the people that are rapidly passing through our lives. Do you know that many of the people most of the people other than maybe a marriage are your children that you are involved with right now? There's a good possibility that ten years from now they won't even be in your life. I'm not really comfortable with change too bad because it's all the time I mean. There are people that I thought would always be.
"california sea" Discussed on WWL
"Shot at a backyard party in Fresno California and four of them have died so far there is no suspect in custody it's very likely that it was targeted we just don't know why because somebody pick that house and came up and shot several times on the backside of it it looks like there was a target we just don't know what the reason for the targeting once the Fresno police chief Michael read as a senseless violence we're going to do everything we can to find out who the perpetrators are bring them to justice but right now what we want is as our thoughts and prayers going out for the families and the survivors of the senseless shooting all the fatal victims were Asian men ranging from ages twenty five to thirty five police say the six were wounded they are expected to survive there now recovering at a local hospital the time in southern California sea of about ten thousand people filled Santa Clarita Central Park for a vigil to remember the victims of the Saugus high school shooting we must remember greasy and Dominic for who they were loving selfless happy young people many here are Saugus high school students I know most of the victims which it still hasn't hit me up there shooter killed fifteen year old Gracie and mule burger and fourteen year old Dominic Blackwell and injured three other students before he turned the gun on himself Emily Valdez for CBS news Santa Clarita and still in California weather conditions now have the main power company they're worried again above average temperatures and no rain and strengthening winstar PGA any warning residents power shut off could be happening again Andy Gregor soon with cal fire if those wins the.
"california sea" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"CBS news on the hour real news real reporting on Tom Foley time people have been shot at a backyard party in Fresno California and four of them have died so far there is no suspect in custody it's very likely that it was targeted we just don't know why because somebody pick that house and came up and shot several times on the backside of it it looks like there was a target we just don't know what the reason for the target once the Fresno police chief Michael read as a senseless violence we're going to do everything we can to find out who the perpetrators are and bring them to justice but right now what we want is as our thoughts and prayers going out to the families and the survivors of the senseless shooting all of fatal victims were Asian men ranging from ages twenty five to thirty five police say the six were wounded they are expected to survive there now recovering at a local hospital the time in southern California sea of about ten thousand people filled Santa Clarita Central Park for vigil to remember the victims of the Saugus high school shooting we must remember greasy and Dominic for who they were loving selfless happy young people many here are Saugus high school students I know most of the items which it still hasn't hit me up there shooter killed fifteen year old Gracie and mule burger and fourteen year old Dominic Blackwell and injured three other students before he turned the gun on himself anally Valdez for CBS news Santa Clarita I'm still in California weather conditions now have the main power company they're worried again above average temperatures and no rain and strengthening wins RPG any warning residents power shut off could be happening again Andy Gregor soon with cal.
"california sea" Discussed on Native America Calling
"The game. This is native America calling. I'm Monica brain sitting in for Tara Gatewood. Sea Lion populations were dangerously low before the passage passage of the Marine Mammal Protection Act or M. P. A. In one thousand nine hundred seventy two now noah fisheries say some populations of sea lions specifically typically the California Sea lion have recovered last year Congress approved changes to the MPA that loosened the reins on C. Line management rules calls. That's because sea lions specifically male sea lions are taking a heavy toll on salmon backed up at dams on the Columbia River. Dams are are literally providing a fish in a barrel situation for sea lions and some biologists believe that they're adding strain to salmon populations that are already Yvonne Ruble Salmon are sacred to most tribes in the Pacific northwest but climate change and other environmental factors are a long term threat so now tribes and the State of Oregon and Washington are working together to reduce sea lion predation. Some organizations believe that the focus on sea lions is the wrong direction. This addressing climate change and fishing are the main culprits for declining salmon populations. What do do you think give us a call one eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight? That's one eight hundred nine nine native joining us now Jeremy Wolf. He is Vice Chairman Women of the board of Trustees for the confederated tribes of the U. Mattila Indian reservation and chairman of the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission and Jeremy. Is You Mattila us and Walla Walla Jeremy. Thanks for joining us also on the line. We've got Jamie Pinkham. He he is executive director of the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission and he's ness purse. Hey there Jimmy thank you and Doug Hatch. He's senior fisheries scientists for the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission welcome Doug Doug Let's start with you so I gave sort of a brief description of what the situation is going on with sea lions but take us back thirty or forty years. What was the situation with sea lions back then sure so as you mentioned in nineteen seventy two the Marine Mammal Protection Act was passed which provided protection for all all mammals all marine mammals and at that time California Sea Lions we're at a pretty critically low level about thirty thousand of them coast wide and a rotary is for California Sea Lions are off of the Channel Islands in mostly southern southern California and with with that protection the population started to to rebound and increase increase at about six and a half percent population growth per year and so that resulted in by the early two thousands or the late nineties a population of nearly three hundred thousand California Sea Lions which you know by Noah's nip status reviews that is fully recovered population? It's near kind capacity and then in in the early two thousands we had a lot of of El Nino conditions or warm equatorial waters and a lot of those moved up into the off the coast of California and warm water off of California that will tend to crash the diets of California Sea Lions in in that area which is mainly herring and and and other small fish and as a result the a male sea lions will tend to move north to find cooler water and define food the females tend to stay near the rookeries but the male animals would move north and coincidentally in the early two thousands the Columbia River was blessed with some really large returns of Spring Chinook well these sea lions traveled up the coast found those Spring Chinook returning Columbia and follow them up the Columbia to Bonneville Dam an and at Bonneville Dam you have this this big block of concrete in a river with a limited number of fish ladder entrances and so that tends to concentrate fishes ashes. They're milling around trying to find those latter entrances to move further upstream and so as you said it's really shooting fish in a barrel it's very good hunting conditions for the sea lions and so this you know really high opportunity fishing area was developed by the sea lions and now we will tend to get thirty to forty to fifty percent of the Sea Lion Center there in a particular year will return in the next year and they bring buddies with them and so they get to to have a huge impact on salmon and that impact just within a quarter Mile Area Bonneville dam what you can see from the deck of the dam has been over five percent of the run of Spring Kron in many years which is over ten and thousand fish that were observed being eaten just right there at the damage adult fish that are going to spawn that fall so it's a it's a huge hit to the population and then the the impacts are not just a crane at Bonneville Dam but throughout the lower Columbia Columbia River is the influx of of sea lions particularly in the spring is gigantic and the National Marine Fisheries Service has conducted studies where they've tagged Spring Chinook Salmon in the estuary and then they can detect those tags at Bonneville dam and they they have accounted for losses of over two hundred thousand in some years over two hundred thousand Spring Chinook that were lost between the the estuary worry and Bonneville of fish that should have gone up river accounted for harvest accounted for turnoff into lower tributaries and so forth but nearly half of the run in Twenty fifteen and twenty fourteen or eaten by sea lions in river. Yeah I have a question okay okay first of all. How do you tag salmon so so these are using key tags is passive transmitter? It's a an rfid tag so it's very similar to say it's the same thing that they put in dogs for the to do the if you WanNa have your dog tagged with a with a tag so if it's a stray dog and they locate it they can have that you know build sustain technology that's used in cars and stuff for your your Bob to turn on and off your car or lock it in any way so you would do they caught those fish with with Gill Nets Tangle Nancy would then bring fish in put these tags exit and they're very small there about twelve millimeters and so it's injected with with just a syringe into the into the flesh of the fish and then it retains in there and NSA cross detection area that will The tag will then emits myth to signal and they're all individually coded so you know each individual tag and then the do they like follow the tag inside the stomach of the sea lion or I mean how do you know for sure that the sea lions were eating them. It's it's sort.
"california sea" Discussed on KCBS All News
"This new research showing for the first time that strains responsible for killing protected California sea otters are links directly to domestic house cats no there's just no nice way to put this but the parasite it's spread through cat feces that means house cats gad is making it all the way out into the ocean no that came is troubling news for this reporter and I'm not alone yes it is it is I agree it is horrifying to think about the amount of waste that we are generating and that gets deposited in our options Dr Karen Shapiro is a professor at the university of California Davis and the lead author of the study she says though we can't just blame the cats also. concerning to her many natural barriers that once blocks pollution from reaching the ocean have suffered serious damage so instead of wetlands and natural landscape we now have parking lots in roads in storm drains meantime the message to cat owners don't flush it back again keep in Coney KCBS when it comes to the technique brain injuries it seems trauma centers that reliance CT scans often fall short KCBS is Jeff bell reports researchers at UC San Francisco or finding that a simple blood test could prove to be a big help I think this has significant potential for anybody walking into an emergency department that's UCSF professor of neurosurgery Jeffrey mandali talking about the promise of a blood test that he's been researching were able to detect a brain protein in your blood stream when you have had a traumatic brain injury and here's what's really significant about the test as mailing we find that it's actually more sensitive than the CT scan Bailey and his colleagues tracked hundreds of patients with suspected TB ice wed normal CT scans but as part of this study underwent a more sensitive MRI twenty seven percent of those people had abnormalities on an MRI scan that was attributable to their traumatic brain injury answer's badly when it came to those patients blood samples this protein was significantly elevated in patients that I had an abnormal MRI as compared to people that had a normal MRI mainly doesn't see the blood test replacing CT scans but he says this is another important tool in our toolbox to take your people with traumatic brain injury the UCSF research is published in the lancet neurology Jeff bell KCBS.
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"Died on the side of the road for both drivers to call if you saw this hit run around valuable information on the whereabouts of the white SUV for the white sedan your courage to call to come a police in Tacoma Patrick win in can't police there have a man under arrest on suspicion of deal I after hitting and killing a pedestrian Friday night police say a thirty seven year old from Seattle killed while crossing Keith road just west of Lake finback road the best to get her to tell us the pedestrian was not in a crosswalk and was wearing dark clothing police say the driver a fifty three year old man from Kent showed signs of impairment and was arrested first day of school set for September fourth for Seattle fingers crossed as negotiations have been going on for a few months now we're hearing Seattle public schools in the Seattle teachers union have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract members of the teachers union plan to vote on Tuesday can investigators want to know who made a frightening and dangerous prank call early Saturday to left a mother and her two children terrified a woman her young daughter and an infant son waking up to police storming into their home at about three AM some of the call police saying that a man had raped and murdered the family it's called swatting a harassment tactic meant to deceive nine one one into sending police to a person's address the mother says she still numb from the incident hope something like this never happens again democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren in Seattle today an event planned at two fifteen at the international fountain at Seattle center this is a change up to the venue that originally was planted to wamu theater event near CenturyLink field campaign detecting that's going to be a large crowd so they needed more space has been a busy month so far for seismic activity on the west coast how much the Pacific Northwest seismic network is recorded over four thousand tremors along the coast since August eleventh scientists expected the activity saying these episodes have been affecting southern British Columbia and northern Washington every fourteen months or so since the nineteen nineties we'll have a look at the forecast here just a moment for sports Russell Wilson directing a pair of first half touchdown drives as he hawks in preseason play against Chargers last night in Carson California sea hawk take to win twenty three to fifteen Fred couples made a hole in one in a round of nine under sixty three and build a five shot lead after two rounds of the Boeing classic his hometown tournament that he's trying to win for the first time the Toronto Blue Jays spoiling it Felix Hernandez returned to the mound yesterday they beat the mariners seven to five they have another game today at one ten triple a.
At least 3 people dead in California beach cliff collapse
"Authorities and relatives say three people killed when a southern California sea cliff collapsed were members of a family gathered on the beach to celebrate one of them having survived breast cancer thirty five real and clay even our mother sixty five year old Julie Davis died in hospital after that cliff collapse on Friday the third victim Elizabeth **** clay's aunt **** has survived breast
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"And weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Your again, Tom TRAN Hollywood freeway northbound one just before lankershim, we've got the CHP running a traffic break to clear a stall out of lanes. The backup starts at Barham. It's only busy until you get up towards lankershim clears up after that onto the one seventy got a crash being reported on PCH southbound side of Pacific Coast Highway at the California inclined and accident. Reported in lanes. You can find the slowing start back at and Trotta. Stay busy ticket pass the site of the accident after that clear down through the tunnels. We also have a road rage incident being reported on the northbound side of the six zero five on the transition of the eastbound ninety one CHP is on their way. You can see slowing starts as you approach. The west ninety one is busy from valley view and the seven ten north earlier roadwork delays leaving Long Beach have cleared up. It actually looks pretty good until you get to about Delano. That's only slow for an exit stays busy until you get passed Long Beach boulevard after that shakes free looks good over on the sixty going westbound get this crash near Phil trance road that has traffic backed up from the seventy one it's only slow until you get to about the sixty fifty seven split through the diamond bar area. After that, the sixty westbound looks pretty fantastic same with the ten going west. The ten looks great out of Ontario, all the way into east LA saving. California's endangered CRT takes research research takes money and you can help by donating to the California sea otter fund. On line four, ten of your state income tax return, even small amounts help visit c dot org. To learn more. Your next report one oh, five more traffic reports. More often top track KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio mostly cloudy skies as the day progresses. Chance of rain this afternoon. Chance of rain heavy at times this evening in the overnight hours. Tomorrow, the brunt of the storm you wanna keep it tuned. He'll be keeping a close eye for the threat in the burn zones. Also this slick drive to and from work right now, sixty seven downtown Los Angeles, another horses died at Santa Anita that and plenty of shock monks. Parents and students after an apparent suicide at amid middle school in the Lisa Aviaco details in three minutes. It's.
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"News time is ten fifty one. Deborah Inger Sohn is at the editor's desk. There were two of the lucky ones. KCBS reporter Tim Ryan at rodeo beach. In Marin county tells us the marine mammal center released a pair of sea lions after they returned to good health with a crowd of more than one hundred people watching the healthy, California sea lions left their cages for the beautiful blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Dr Shawn Johnson with the marine mammal center says these are the lucky ones captured entreated before they died is spruce which is a sub adult California sea lion mail. He was diagnosis leptospirosis and we treated him for that. The other one was was Ascii is a juvenile male California sea lion who we rescue actually down in San Luis Obispo. Mike smiley of San Rafael, one of the happy volunteers to treat these sea mammals, and then watch them Waddell, her way across the beach and into the surf rescue the animals off the. Beach transport them up the coast to the animal crews here the animal crews are available twenty four hours a day. Feeding the animals cleaning the pins all of those things you would expect to see at a hospital at rodeo beach on the Marin coast, Tim, Ryan, KCBS San Francisco skit gov. It's annual Christmas tree recycling campaign KCBS, Bob. Other reports residents are urged to put trees out with their recycling starting on January second this is San Francisco's thirty second year of the recycling program. Public works director Mohammad news has before this program. Trees would be discarded any number of ways most of them bad with a windy city a tweak and roll down the hill or end up.
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"Twenty three hundred or why don't we go out to the phones bill has a question for a bill why do you need if i had visor yes my question is pertaining to i have some properties with about two million third for and i want to borrow some money would be paid back out of the loan of reverse mortgage loan and i'm gonna use the money for my corporation which is a california sea corporation and it from the corporation owns the about a hundred and fifty thousand right now and i could get that hundred fifty thousand for the corporation loan the money another again i'm getting ten percent for money to the corporation so i could get take that money corporation that i get i don't know what they're spending the money i when we were mortgage but as soon as i can buzz maximum along with known it to the corporation my see corporation which i'm to on and i would get ten percent so i could get ten percent on the loan so i would i don't know how much it costs to get it doesn't matter because i was going give it away to charity at the end so it doesn't know who's going to lose any money i'm not given to heirs heirs have enough people i know have enough money they don't need this money what i want to get the money so i can invest in my corporation have a product that i can fell to costco and i get i get a letter from them before i went ahead but i'm not even to world if it doesn't go as much as i thought i'd make but that's kind of my plan.
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