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"california state library" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

09:45 min | 11 months ago

"california state library" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"California health officials say it's safe to immediately begin using a batch of mode Erna Corona virus Vaccines state he'd be a demonologist. Dr. Erica Pan said that a safety review found no scientific basis to continue a halt to using a specific batch of the Modano vaccine. The state urge deposit it's used on Sunday after fewer than 10 people in San Diego apparently suffered rare allergic reactions after being vaccinated. All clear will benefit counties and others struggling to obtain sufficient vaccine supplies. San Francisco will be able to use some 8000 doses it had put on hold and no longer expected to run out of vaccine Today, epidemiologist Dr Pan said. There's an underlying problem, though the state is not receiving enough vaccines. At the current rate of allocation pants, said it will take until early to mid June to vaccinate the state's population of people. 65 older There are 6.2 million of them. If we wanted to get at least 70% of them As a target vaccinated, they would each need two doses need over 8.5 million doses. The current allocation in California right now is about four million. And we're getting anywhere from 400 toe in a good week, 500,000 doses a week. We don't know when that supply will be increasing, but that's kind of been about. Well, we've been getting so again and a huge state of 40 million people, or only again getting about 400 to 500,000 doses. Week, so it's going to take us I know we're estimating anywhere from 20 to 22 weeks to actually get through just five years of age and older. Officials they're pinning hopes on President Biden's promised to ramp up vaccination resource is California reported that second highest number of covered 19 deaths yesterday, 694 people died. But the state also reported a dip in hospitalizations below 20,000 for the first time since December, 27th State white hospitalizations decreased 8.5% over the past two weeks, with a number of intensive care patients also declining. Still, I see you capacity and the hard hit southern California and San Joaquin Valley regions remained at 0% in the Bay Area region. Intensive care unit capacity is that 7% another bit of good news. The statewide positivity for the virus over a seven day period fell below 1% for the first time in weeks, meaning statistically that each infected individual is now infecting less than one other person. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today declined to say when she would send the article of impeachment against former President Trump to the U. S Senate. Once that happens, the Senate trial will begin within days. Pelosi pushed back against the notion that putting Trump on trial in the Senate for inciting insurrection. Would undercut President Biden's call for national unity. And just because he's now gone. Thank God that we uhh You don't say to a president. Whatever you want. In the last months of your administration, you're gonna get a jet Get out of jail card free. Because because people think we should make nice, nice and forget the people died here on January 6. At the attempt to undermine our election to undermine our democracy to dishonor our constitution. No. Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell reportedly wants to see the Senate trial of Trump postponed until next month. Meanwhile, the Capitol police are investigating whether any lawmakers gave tours or other inappropriate access to the capital to the leaders of the mob that attacked the capital on January 6th. Unless he has named a retired army lieutenant general to lead a security review. She said that if any lawmakers are found culpable, they should be prosecuted. If people did Aidan a bit, there will be More than just Comments from their colleagues here. They'll be prosecution if they aided and abetted a new insurrection, which people died. A day after President Joe Biden's inauguration went off with on Lee, a handful of minor arrests and incidence more than 15,000. National Guard members are preparing to leave Washington, D C and head home. The National Guard Bureau said today that of the nearly 26,000 guard troops deployed to D. C for the inaugural just 10,600 remain on duty. The bureau said. The guard is helping states with coordination and the logistics so that the troops conjugate home. Thousands of guard troops from all across the country poured into D C by the planeload and busload late last week in response to escalating security threats. And fears of more violent protests by pro Trump supporters. Republicans in the California state Senate of picked a new legislative leader. They voted unanimously to replace Shannon Grove of Bakersfield with Scott Wilke of Santa Clarita. The change came after two incumbent Republican senators lost their seats in the November election. Alex Mathur and unofficial legislative historian of the California State Library says that left Republicans with just nine of the 40 seats in the Senate. Their lowest number since 18 83. Channing Grove is a staunch supporter of Donald Trump. After the mob attack on the Capitol on January 6. She blamed the insurrection on Antifa. Of later deleted that tweet and wrote, This is not the way to settle differences enough. Well. Career placement is seen as a more moderate Republican. On his first day in office, President Biden fired the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board. After Peter Rob refused to resign. Service Employees International Union had urged rubs ouster, calling him an extreme anti union ideologue and a uniquely destructive Figure. Shortly after taking office yesterday, President Biden signed several orders, including one that revokes the presidential permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Like no one reports. The project goes through South Dakota. And while tribal leaders of odd Biden's move, they hope he doesn't stop there. Construction work on Keystone has been suspended in light of Biden's action plan first surfaced in 20 0 wait and eventually was rejected by the Obama administration before being revived by outgoing President Donald Trump. Case. Iron eyes of the Lakota People's Law Project says Seeing Keystone walked again is encouraging, but the group feels there's another project in need of Biden's intervention to Uphold federal law, which requires, um, a proper environmental impact statement in the Dakota Access pipeline. That separate project, which runs along the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation also has drawn heavy opposition from indigenous communities. Activity on Dakota access pause last year after a judge ordered a more extensive environmental review, But various tribes has sent by the letter demanding quick and decisive action on Dakota access. Oil industry groups say shutting down these projects results in thousands of lost jobs. Meanwhile, iron eyes says protecting tribal areas from environmentally questionable projects ties in with the movement to reclaim lands. To us. This is this is all related to indigenous sovereignty in various parts of the country. There are efforts to work out agreements with tribal governments over land that was taken from them decades ago despite federal treaties. In South Dakota Land Exchange project advanced within the Rapid City Council last fall. As for Keystone XL, some Republican senators are joining the oil industry and urging Biden to reconsider his move. Like Mohan, Greater Dakota News Service. The White House said today that President Joe Biden has proposed to Russia a five year extension of a nuclear arms treaty that is otherwise set to expire next month. At same time, press Secretary Jen's sauce sake told reporters, Biden also told the U. S intelligence community to look closely. Into Russia's alleged solar winds..

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"california state library" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"california state library" Discussed on KGO 810

"Call 650235 97 77 Tribal. We've studio in Burlingame, California State Capitol did see some protesters today. The Sacramento Bee says several Trump supporters were seen walking around the capital and about 60 people, which the be described as antifa style protesters with black clothing and helmets. Marched around and to the Capitol building at about noon, shouting disparaging things about President Biden, former President Trump and the police. They banged on chain link fencing, set off a pink smoke grenade and marched away also reportedly taunting the National Guard troops and tearing down fencing in front of the Sacramento Da's office. Police detained three protesters for time. There were hundreds of CHP officers and National Guard troops around the state Capitol today to ensure safety Republicans in the California state Senate have chosen a new legislative leader. They voted unanimously today to replace Senator Shannon Grove of Bakersfield, with Senator Scott Wilke of Santa Clarita. The change coming after two incumbent Republican senators lost their seats in the November election. Alex, ambassador and unofficial legislative historian at the California State Library, says that left the party with just nine of the 40 seats and the Senate, their lowest number since 18 83. A grove will keep her Senate seat but no longer be the party's leader in the chamber, the Golden State Warriors, creating a custom jersey for vice president Kamila Harris. Keep in her Washington D C office. It comes with her new title, Madam vice president, and it's autographed by Steph Curry and vice president not saying You got to put this up in your office at the White House, but probably a good idea. Congratulations. Blazing your own.

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"california state library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Court nominee, President Trump was trying to throw out the affordable care act. He's been trying to do it for the last four years. Biden says many Americans would be hurt if the affordable care act is canceled. President Trump has said repeatedly that he does not want to undo the provisional protect people with preexisting conditions. Cal State Long Beach has placed all students who live on campus in quarantine because five students they're tested positive for covert 19 4 of those students live in the residence halls and one lives off campus university has implemented new rules that include contact, tracing thoroughly cleaning of all facilities and all in person instruction will be paused for the next two weeks. The US attorney general says he will Su San Francisco over Covic restrictions preventing churches from opening up. Archbishop Salvatore called Leonor Says restrictions have been harder on places of worship than other public places. People don't have a First Amendment right to get a haircut or to have a manicure, but we do have a first Amendment right to worship or were being treated more severely than some of these others so lives but I'm very grateful to the attorney general. Will bar contacted Mayor London Breed saying limited places of worship toe one person at a time in fridges on religious freedom and violates First Amendment rights. San Francisco Interfaith Council says there will be a meeting Thursday with a health officer about these restrictions. And the California State Library is asking people to share different types of art in relation to cove in 19 experiences. They're encouraging people to submit essays, poems, letters, photographs, artwork or videos. The intention is to preserve memories for future Californians. Southland Weather from Ko Phi tonight, mostly clear lows in the mid to upper sixties and be sunny tomorrow highs from the mid upper seventies at the beach is to the mid eighties to around 90 inland. Tomorrow night, getting down to the mid to upper sixties. It's currently 72 degrees in West Covina, 71 in Sherman Oaks, 69 in Gardena and 67 in Malibu. We lead local live from the kick off I 24 hour news room. I'm Danny Mac's Sonny's guys later today with a high of 74 right now, cloudy and 65 degrees. Partly cloudy on Monday with a high of 79.

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"california state library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Urgent to take as much as they can, and then offer them food, often them to sit down and have a meal with us. Some fires in Northern California may be affected by a red flag warning. The warning is in effect in portions of the Sacramento Valley and the Sierra Nevada and foothills do too hot and dry. Winds and decreasing humidity. The U. S attorney general has threatened to sue San Francisco over Covad 19 restrictions on churches, William Barr has told Mayor London breathe the current restrictions of limiting places of worship to one person at a time infringes on religious freedom and violates First Amendment rights. Archbishop Salvador quarterly own says restrictions or not doled out evenly. People don't have a first Amendment right to get a haircut or to have a manicure, But we do have a first Amendment right to worship. Reverend Amos Brown says. We shouldn't mess with the Corona virus. You shouldn't be so impatient. That we would not be concerned about. Restrictions are expected to be eased to allow 25% capacity of churches, synagogues and mosques in the coming week. Amy King KFC news Bill Bar contacted Mayor London Breed, saying living places of worship to one person at a time infringes on religious freedoms and violates First Amendment rights. The San Francisco Interfaith Council says they'll be meeting Thursday with the health officer about these restrictions. California State library is asking people to share different types of art in relation to cova 19 experiences. They're encouraging people to submit essays, poems, letters, photographs, artworks are videos. The intention is to preserve memories for future Californians. We've got trouble on the 10th Ramona 10 used outside at the 57 crash.

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"california state library" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"APP and a Bloomberg Quick Take. This is Bloomberg Radio. Resident. Trump is preparing for the possibility the Supreme Court will strike down Obama care on Twitter, the president said Obama care will be replaced with a much better and far cheaper alternative. If the court guts the law, the decade old law will be the subject of a case in front of the justices soon after the election. Senator Mike Lee is dismissing concerns about the Supreme Court gutting Obama care after it hears oral arguments later this year. The patient protection and Affordable Care act was I believe unconstitutional when it was enacted, it was unconstitutional when it was litigated in 2012 on a bee sees this week, the Utah Republican argues. Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett should not have to deal with the arrows thrown her way over Obama care because the law is not legally sound. Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden says it's clear what President Trump is doing with his latest Supreme Court nominee, President Trump was trying to throw out the affordable care act. He's been trying to do it for the last four years. Fighting addressed the president's pick of Amy Cockney Barrett from Delaware today and says many Americans will be hurt if Obama care is struck down. A federal judge in Montana is ousting the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management. Jim Forbes. Reports Chief District Judge Brian Morris rolled William Perry Pendley has been serving unlawfully in the position. For over 400 days, he added. The Interior Secretary David Barnett, lacked the authority to appoint Penley and other permissible past were not used, including being nominated by the president. This comes in response to a lawsuit brought by Montana Governor Steve Bullock. He argued Penley shouldn't be heading the agency because the Senate didn't confirm him. I'm Cameron Fairchild. More than 20 anti police. Rioters are under arrest in Portland after clashes overnight. The violence lasted into the early morning hours as police drove the mob away from the federal courthouse downtown. The CEO of American Airlines is holding out hope Congress will act to help his industry plan actually is to get Congress and administration to come together and get Cohen relief package passed. That little includes support on CBS's face. The Nation, Doug Parker noted there is bipartisan support on the issue of helping airlines continue. So whether the Corona virus pandemic at least 20 students on the Pleasantville campus of Pace University have tested positive for covert 19 David Folk. Thomas has that story, school officials say, after four student athletes tested positive last Monday, 600 members of the school community were tested and another 16 students tested positive for the virus. All 20 students are in isolation, and their contacts are also quarantining 18 of the positive cases. Are students who live in alumni Hall and Westchester County officials are requiring a 14 day quarantine for all students living there. Authorities in southeast Texas warn of a brain eating amoeba. They have found in the water supply. Lisa Taylor reports. The discovery of the single celled parasite is the reason for a do not use water advisory now in effect for several cities and communities south of Houston. Residents are being told not to drink or use the tap water, including for bathing all of this after six year old just sayin. McIntyre died September 8th at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. Doctors told you size Mom. The cause was due to an amoeba infection. The California State Library is asking people to submit essays, poems, letters, photographs, artwork or videos in relation to cove. It 19 experiences. I'm Cameron Fairchild. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. The union representing New York City's school administrators has called upon the state to take over the largest U. S City education system and this just days before it is scheduled to reopen with part time in school instruction. Get more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. The Council of School Supervisors and administrations Union says Mayor Bill de Blasio and schools Chancellor Richard Carranza have failed to ensure appropriate staffing or safe buildings during the covered 19 pandemic. Council represents more than 6400 school managers, and it has just declared a unanimous vote of no confidence in the city's education leadership. The union says de Blasio and Carranza should give the state the authority to run this system of 1.1 million students and 75,000 teachers instead. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. York reported 866 virus cases today, dipping back below that 1000 case threshold that it crossed on Saturday. There are still worries about rising clusters in New York City. The 2/10 of 1% rise was equal to the average daily increase of the previous seven days. Theological City Firefighter's union has filed suit against that city and New Jersey. Saying scores of fire fighters have been exposed to the Corona virus. The press of Atlantic City reports that lawyers for local 1 98 alleged that the ineffective approach to containing the spread of covert 19 has jeopardized the health and safety of firefighters, their families and the public. Jeffrey Good Black may be on the move, the double line capital chief executive officer Tweeting an invitation for Realestate agents in quote, low tax well governed US states to call him as he openly considered leaving his Los Angeles base. Unlike was griping about California, considering raising taxes on its richest residents. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. This.

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"california state library" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Mike Leigh is dismissing concerns about the Supreme Court, gutting Obama care after it. Here's aural arguments later this year. The patient protection and Affordable Care act was I believe unconstitutional when it was enacted, it was unconstitutional when it was litigated in 2012 on a bee sees this week, the Utah Republican argued Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett should not have to deal with the arrows thrown her way over Obama care because of the law. Not being legally sound Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden says it's clear what President Trump is doing with his latest Supreme Court nominee, President Trump is trying to throw out the affordable care act. He's been trying to do it for the last four years. Fighting addressed the president's pick of Amy Cockney Barrett from Delaware today and says many Americans will be hurt if Obama care is struck down. A federal judge in Montana is ousting the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management. Jim Forbes, has that story, Chief District Judge Brian Morris ruled. William Perry Pendley has been serving unlawfully in the position. For over 400 days, he added. The Interior Secretary David Barnett, lacked the authority to appoint penalty and other permissible past were not used, including being nominated by the president. This comes in response to a lawsuit brought by Montana Governor Steve Bullock. He argued Penley shouldn't be heading the agency because the Senate didn't confirm him. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. More than 20 anti police. Rioters are under arrest in Portland after clashes overnight. The violence lasted into the early morning hours as police drove the mob away from the federal courthouse downtown. The CEO of American Airlines is holding out hope Congress will act to help his industry. Our plan actually is to get Congress and administration to come together and get relief package passed. Little includes support on CBS's face. The Nation, Doug Parker noted There is bipartisan support on the issue of helping airlines continue. So whether the Corona virus pandemic at least 20 students on the Pleasantville campus of Pace University have tested positive for covert 19 David Folk. Thomas has that story, school officials say, after four student athletes tested positive last Monday, 600 members of the school community were tested and another 16 students tested positive for the virus. All 20 students are in isolation, and their contacts are also quarantining 18 of the positive cases are stewed. It's who live in alumni Hall and Westchester County officials are requiring a 14 day quarantine for all students living there. Authorities in southeast Texas warn of a brain eating amoeba. They have found in the water supply. Lisa Taylor reports. The discovery of the single celled parasite is the reason for a do not use water advisory now, in effect for several cities and communities south of Houston residents are being told not to drink or use the tap water, including for bathing all of this after six year old Joe Sion McIntyre died September 8th at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. Doctors told Messiahs Mom the cause was due to an amoeba infection. The California State Library is asking people to submit essays, poems, letters, photographs, artwork or videos in relation to cove. It 19 experiences. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. This report is sponsored by Stand up to cancer. I'm.

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"california state library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the car radio ad. Snatched. I'm Claudette Stefanie in live from the cave Fight. 24 hour news room, A woman was taken into custody for allegedly trying to kidnap the nine month old grandchild of Joe Montana. That's according T M Z. Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials say that a man who looks like Montana approached them around 5 P.m., mentioning that there might nine month old grandchild. I was sleeping in the playpen and that an unknown female had entered the residents. Now Joe Montana did take to Twitter asking for privacy. After experiencing a scary situation. The serif sheriff's office says the intruder entered the Malibu home around 5 P.m.. Snatch the child from the living room, then headed upstairs. She was met by the grand parents who grabbed the child back. He allegedly fled to a home. Nearby. Deputies arrested the woman news brought to you by Benjamin Moore and LAPD officer has been heard inside the harbor station in San Pedro. LAPD Sergeant Bradley Hearne says the officer was talking to a man inside the lobby when the man started fighting the cop. The suspect was able to Get the officer's gun. On Then additional officers showed up and then Oh, yes occurred. Officer involved shooting No one was hit in that exchange. He says. During the fight, the man grabbed the officer's gonna watch commander at the station apparently saw the incident and shot at the man. The shooter was caught and arrested. The search for a missing off duty Firefighter from Big Bear continues. Carlos Baltazar was reported missing Thursday and his car was found off highway 18 year Cactus Flats Baltazar. His backpack was found 75 yards from his car. A restaurant in Los Altos is providing food, clothing and supplies for people affected by the fires in California. Owner of the Post restaurant, Vicky Breslin has turned the closed dining room into a supply shop item, something encouraging to take as much as they can and then offer them food, offer them to sit down and have a meal with us. Everything in the shop is free. Thousands of families have lost their homes and belongings from the wild fires that are burning through the West Coast. California State Library is asking people to share different types of art in relation to cove in 19 experiences. They're encouraging people to submit essays, poems, letters, photographs, artwork or videos. The intention is to preserve memories for future Californians. Cal State Long Beach has placed all students who live on campus in quarantine because five students tested positive for covert 19 4 of those students live in residence halls and.

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"california state library" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KCRW

"To hold indoor services. Tell you what he said after the story from NPR. Stay with us. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Congressional Democrats are planning to introduce legislation calling for an investigation into a series of operational changes at the U. S Postal Service. A newly appointed postmaster general, an ally of the Trump administration, is accused of implementing new measures aimed at undermining the agency ahead of the November election. The White House has criticized a Democratic push to provide the Postal Service with $25 billion in emergency funding. As it prepares for an unprecedented number of mail in ballots amid the Corona virus pandemic. Democratic Congressman Jerry Connolly tells NPR that lawmakers will introduce a bill to roll back the so called policy changes. We're gonna work with the men and women who work for the Postal Service. To ensure that they will continuous. They always have the past to make mail in ballots a priority. President Trump has repeatedly claimed without evidence that voting by mail will lead to fraud. Awful interview with Congressman Connelly can be heard on NPR's All things considered tomorrow. Plans to remove mailboxes in Montana have been put on hold after push back from the States, U. S congressional delegation and other complaints. Yellowstone Public Radio's gestured all reports. Senators John Tester, a Democrat, and Steve Daines, a Republican, praised the USPS for halting the removal of 60 mail collection boxes in Montana. But said they still have questions on why the boxes were to be removed in the first place. Earlier in the day, the Montana letter Carriers union confirmed orders to remove mail collection boxes in several cities across the state. A spokesperson for USPS confirmed the removal have been placed on hold for NPR news. I'm just shelled all in billings. Stocks closed mixed on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 34 points. The NASDAQ Down 23. This is NPR news, and this is Casey AR W News on a Friday, August 14th and Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 6 32 A judge has ruled that Grace Community Church in Sun Valley can continue hosting indoor worship services if attendees were masks and stay at least six feet apart. The church and county filed dueling lawsuits earlier this week over health orders requiring that houses of worship not hold indoor services during the Corona virus crisis. The Superior Court Judge Gregory Alarcon issued his decision this afternoon after hearing arguments in L. A county's bid for a temporary restraining order against the church attorney Jenna Ellis told the Christian Broadcasting Network. She said she hoped the case would aid other congregations. And so some people who have criticized Pastor MacArthur and said, You know, why are you drawing the line here? Well, I would give them the analogy of like, you know, a burning building. You don't wait until the entire thing is engulfed in flames. You put out the fires where they begin so that you can make sure to preserve the integrity of the entire structure. Grace Community Church and pastor John MacArthur argued in a complaint filed in Superior Court that pandemic regulations are being applied unequally by public officials. Seven people in downtown L. A have been arrested after a statue of George Washington and Grant Park was defaced and Tor down the L A Times reports. It happened last night and was followed by a small protest at the park, which is across from City Hall. The bronze statue has stood in Grant Park for 87 years. It was presented to the city in 1933 by a group affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce number of statues of historical figures, especially those tied to the Confederacy. Have either been toppled or taken in taken down in the months since the protests over racial injustice sparked by the death of George Floyd. President Washington's history as an owner of enslaved people, has been the subject of protests in various cities. Corona virus has changed our day to day lives in a way most of us could have never imagined. And that's why the California State Library has started collecting items from residents about what they've seen and experienced since the pandemic began in March. The project Is called The Covert Diaries. California State Library in Greg Lukas is one of the organizers, he says they're getting a wide variety of submissions. We've received limericks poems, haiku, short stories, journal entries, photos, videos, drawings, painting state is working with local libraries to collect the material. Lucas says. The goal Is to give future generations a personal look at what it was like to live during this time. There's just so many expressions of, you know, our resilience has Californians. We wanted a record that goes beyond paper that helps people express what they're feeling in the way they feel most comfortable expressing it 95 degrees in Burbank. Support for NPR comes from I drive with remote PC, providing remote.

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"california state library" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KCRW

"The process took less than five minutes and she should be getting results in 3 to 4 days. She'd wanted to get a test before but was discouraged by the wait times. But I know every where you have to make an appointment, and it's weeks Before you can do it, and it's not as convenient as walking across and seeing it right now. The county says The site is a pilot program on Ly Open when the vast majority of essential workers are crossing between 6 30 10 30 in the morning. If the site proves popular, it says it could expand those hours for the California report. I'm Max Evelyn Adler in San Diego. We are living through some terrible times because of the corona virus pandemic and all that it has spawned but terrible times can also be important ones for future generations to remember. That's why California State Library has started the Cova Diaries on ongoing project collect and display items from Californians about what they've seen and experienced during the pandemic. I talked about the project and how you can participate with California State Library in Greg Lukas. He began by telling me what the library's looking for. We're accepting everything in almost every form you can think of. We've received limericks poems, haiku, short stories, journal entries. Photos, videos, drawings, paintings, and we're storing those digitally so that they'll be copies of everything for historians will look at 100 years from them, and I assume you don't want a record of big, earthshaking events, but people's really ordinary in small experiences through this period of time. And they can document it. However, they wish I think that's a lot more informative both to ourselves now and two people in the future. Looking back then. I mean, there's just so many expressions of, you know, our resilience has Californians. We wanted a record that goes beyond paper that helps people express what they're feeling in the way they feel most comfortable expressing it. And what's going to happen with all this material you get in. We're storing it in the special repository that people can access. It's called covert diaries dot library dot dot gov. If people want to contribute more to the collection. There's a way to do that. That's right there on the website. In one format or another, these memories will survive and be able to give California's in the future. Look at how we coped with this challenge that we're all facing right now. You know, I guess this project underscores that history really isn't a performance. We watches an audience. I mean, we're on stage too. Playing our own small parts could have said it better myself. This is another tool to ensure that we're being as inclusive as we can and hearing and sharing many voices of his many Californians as we can. All right,.

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"california state library" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The process took less than five minutes and she should be getting results in 3 to 4 days. She'd wanted to get a test before but was discouraged by the wait times. But I know every where you have to make an appointment, and it's weeks Before you can do it, and it's not as convenient as walking across and seeing it right now. The county says The site is a pilot program on Ly Open when the vast majority of essential workers are crossing between 6 30 10 30 in the morning. If the site proves popular, it says it could expand those hours for the California report. I'm Max Evelyn Adler in San Diego. We are living through some terrible times because of the corona virus pandemic and all that it has spawned. But terrible times can also be important ones for future generations to remember. That's why California State Library has started. The Cova Diaries on ongoing project collected display items from Californians about what they've seen and experienced during the pandemic. I talked about the project and how you can participate with California State Library in Greg Lukas. He began by telling me what the library is looking for. We're accepting everything in almost every form you can think of. We've received limericks poems, haiku, short stories, journal entries. Photos, videos, drawings, paintings, and we're storing those digitally so that they'll be copies of everything for historians will look at 100 years from them, and I assume you don't want a record of big, earthshaking events. But people's really ordinary in small experiences through this period of time, and they can document it. However, they wish I think that's a lot more informative both to ourselves now and people in the future. Looking back then. I mean, there's just so many expressions of, you know, our resilience has Californians. We wanted a record that goes beyond paper that helps people express what they're feeling in the way they feel most comfortable expressing it. And what's going to happen with all this material you get in. We're storing it in a special repository that people can access. It's called covert diaries dot library dot dot gov. People want to contribute more to the collection. There's a way to do that. That's right there on the website. In one format or another, these memories will survive and be able to give California's in the future. Look at how we coped with this challenge that we're all facing right now. You know, I guess this project underscores that history really isn't a performance. We watches an audience. I mean, we're on stage, too, playing our own small parts. I couldn't said it better myself. This is another tool to ensure that we're being as inclusive as we can and hearing and sharing many voices of his many Californians says We can't.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on KQED Radio

"If the site proves popular, it says it could expand those hours for the California report. I'm Max Evelyn Adler in San Diego. We are living through some terrible times because of the corona virus pandemic and all that it has spawned. But terrible times can also be important ones for future generations to remember. That's why California State Library has started the covert diaries on ongoing project collected display items from Californians about what they've seen and experienced during the pandemic. I talked about the project and how you can participate with California State Library in Greg Lukas. He began by telling me what the library's looking for. We're accepting everything in almost every form you can think of. We've received limericks poems, haiku, short stories, journal entries. Photos, videos, drawings, paintings, and we're storing those digitally so that they'll be copies of everything for historians look at 100 years from them, and I assume you don't want a record of big, earthshaking events, but people's really ordinary in small experiences through this period of time. And they can document it. However, they wish I think that's a lot more informative off to ourselves now and two people in the future looking back then. I mean, there's just so many expressions of, you know, our resilience has Californians. We wanted a record that goes beyond paper that helps people express what feeling in the way they feel most comfortable expressing it..

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Have not been a result of businesses reopening Marshall Benson is ninety three point one K. F. B. K. it's four oh four now adds K. F. B. K. and now an update on a bizarre incident in Roseville that took place on Monday after a group of protesters moved on to the round about intersection of Washington Boulevard where black S. U. V. as shown on camera driving through some protesters keeping his body Fernandez report the investigation is ongoing and currently active the Kerr says they have identified the driver and are trying to contact her but Roseville police have not been able to reach the protesters involved we have put a call out to the community for anyone who was involved on the demonstration by to please contact the police department file a report so we can understand again the totality of this incident that happened the Roseville police department is working with the district attorney's office to figure out if any criminal charges will be filed Brody Fernandez news ninety three point one KFBK Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf says the discovery of what are believed to be several nooses found hanging from trees around lake Merritt will be investigated as hate crimes the mayor called them symbols of racial violence and have no place in Oakland will not be tolerated the statement also said there were reports that they may have been used as exercise equipment but she says that does not excuse their terrorizing a fax and add four oh five back to fire as we are following a fire on the cap city freeway which is why you got such slow traffic there but it looks like it is that out but there's still the remnant remains slow the librarian Porter ville was demolished by a fire but the city this afternoon making sure books are available to check out and plans being discussed to erect a memorial for two firefighters who died battling February's fire keep the keys Ron Carter reports the city of portable has announced they have received a California state library grant were sixty thousand dollars to create a mobile library city officials would also like to build a memorial to honor the firefighters who lost their lives in the fire thirty five year old captain ray Figueroa and twenty five year old Patrick Jones died when firing off the seventy year old building two thirteen year old boys were spotted running from the scene and were later taken into custody Porterville city council members are expected to approve the purchase of a library vehicle at their next meeting Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and fleet to charter buses took part in a rally at the state capitol earlier today to demand a federal financial relief Kevin Creighton a board member with the California bus association says most charter buses are family owned businesses and are responsible for transporting millions of people in the country every day part of a hundred sixty seven billion dollar industry we move America he says the industry is still trying to recover from the impact of the corona virus pandemic the association pushing for fifteen billion to help bail out the industry it's four oh seven now in KPK in building a better Sacramento is something new for crime victims to share with you it says something online but right now this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. K. from ABC news time Chertsey return officials announcing charges against both officers involved in the shooting death of rate chart Brooks in Atlanta last week prosecutors in Fulton.

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one KFBK eight thirty one this is bill white a new study three point one KPK with our continuing coverage along with Kate because Amanda Carroll Tim lance and KPK news team are monitoring the situation not only around the nation but here in Sacramento list first start with Kate because Amanda Carroll and what was the latest from your vantage point once you've kind of reset you came on the R. five o'clock this afternoon and if you started your weekend live show and we we went into this coverage and it really wasn't a result of what was happening here in Sacramento but what was happening the hot flash places around the country yes I mean we just saw it boiling over you know I think it's there was still daylight in Sacramento when on the east coast as soon as the sun set things became more violent there were protests all day that were somewhat tamer we saw the lines of police trying to push people back but nothing violent as soon as it gets dark on the east coast things turned in that feels like with everyone posting on their social media and there's growing then it spreads to the west coast and you see all of these demonstrators growing in and I mean I'm I'm watching this video on the black lives matter Sacramento page talking about you know people are asking why is this turning so violent and they're saying it's because it's a rebellion not a riot that's the way this organization sees these growing in here in Sacramento here there is six hundred maybe a little bit more than that out on the streets today we are the worst of it here in Sacramento again not what's happening across the country as violent as that but there was some they were throwing water bottles traffic cones at officers there was one CHP officer that's a minor injuries from what they said was a projectile probably a water bottle or one of those traffic cones went back to duty also you could here there was sound earlier that I heard and found a video of people it kicking in the windows of the jail downtown in Sacramento those windows were shattered the other problem that happened in Sacramento today graffiti graffiti sprayed on the tower bridge some state buildings the F. bomb was sprayed on the front of the jail in downtown with spray paint also the statues at the California state library were defaced that there is to very Greek like statues and the entrance and their faces were spray painted black and the F. bomb was spray painted on the outside of that beautiful building and also a black lives.

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05:29 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mary Bruce near the White House with an ongoing protests this please hold several tennis player ups between demonstrators and service all stretched for several blocks in either direction passionately voicing their opposition to police brutality ABC's Mary Bruce near the White House you're listening to ABC news say no to a news ninety three point one K. at the K. this is bill white along with our KPK news team as we continue our coverage of through the evening or also live everywhere on the I heart radio app you can hear some of the big fifty thousand watt blowtorch fifteen thirty A. M. it's well most of the western states and appreciate you joining us tonight normally regular programming here but a lot of lot of breaking news and also here in Sacramento and let's go to Cape decays Amanda Carroll who has been watching the situation here in Sacramento and that will have ten lance right after that Amanda thanks bellow will getting some more images of what has happened during the daylight in Sacramento her earlier you heard that there were individuals that kind of bashed in really kicked in the windows of the jail downtown and then someone spray painting the F. bomb on the windows that were broken and shattered they did not get through the doors but they were broke and now I'm seeing an image on Twitter from the sack B. of the statues that were defaced outside of the California state library you know it's a very regal building at a beautiful building looks a lot like the capitol building and you see there was spray paint again with the F. bomb the police said and one of those statues at the entrance of the face was painted black and then there was a sign put on it it's a black lives matter so that's the damage that we've seen in Sacramento yes it's graffiti yes there are broken windows but again as we've been saying all evening they're not fires they're not buildings being burned down in downtown Sacramento and we're very grateful for that even hearing reports of people intervening and trying to help the protesters that could have turned more like rioters and to calm them down saying no that's not who we're going to be in Sacramento it's tough to see these images of the these are places that we love defaced but again not as bad as what we're hearing that's happening around the country about okay very good that certificates Amanda Carroll Tim lance joins us up and actually leave Louise our technical producer leave leave both Amanda and Tim live so that we can have a little conversation here and also getting the KPK Veronica Carter texts from her she might be joining us shortly here I I noticed in that term Tim have you jump in here I'm noticing a couple of trends here particularly in the as a reporter and a veteran reporter has been out in the field and you know what that's like in particular in the circumstances and I'm just gonna tell you honestly we have chosen not to send our people out into this because there are a lot of other sources that we can get and it's downright dangerous I see the veteran WCCO TV reporter in Minneapolis looks a photographer has been arrested and I'm I'm trying to find out what that's about Hey are you seen anything on that and and maybe Amanda if you see that too it it looks like he's just kind of in the wrong place at the wrong time because once police and the National Guard move in you have got to move out right yeah absolutely I haven't seen that specific report but I have seen all the reports from media outlets all over the country bill where there's they they have said it it's been at least four or five cases that I've seen tweets that have come out within about the last ninety minutes where they said that their reporters were in one case they use the word harassed of other cases they said that the police were not cooperative with them whatever that particular situation was and what that means but I have been seen that I'm also seeing right now is as we speak the C. H. P. at the capitol right now has begun to expand their perimeter they have a line of officers who are each of the entrances it looks like to the state capitol right now in Sacramento and within about the last five minutes they have begun to expand that line and actually push the protesters back just a few feet at a time so that's what we're seeing right now here Amanda yes that WCCO reporter is that who you're asking about bill that had been arrested or it was a PSPO reporting about the CNN reporter that was arrested a couple evenings ago and then the governor of Minnesota actually apologize for that but you're right it was actually in the wrong place at the wrong time that just trying to do their job and in the way and we're obviously really ever going to something else I just found it here we go okay I just found it here if I'm sorry you know we're all her scrolling through some things that's how we do it today veteran WCCO photographers under arrest taken into custody by the state patrol this is in Minneapolis ward winning photographer Tom avails was struck by.

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11:09 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The White House last we talked to Andrew things were getting out pretty wild there and that tear gas had been flying has a calm down at all yeah I would say it calmed down considerably your the crowded even I would say I'm not as large as it was just about an hour ago where did the demonstration here appear to hit its peak in terms of the clashes between the demonstrators okay and some of the police here are we did see you know some of the protests you're here later dumpster on fire about an hour ago with it if your gas that you mentioned but we saw a couple of canisters fired by police into the crowd some people are feeling the effects there tearing in the eyes coughing that sort of thing since then though we haven't seen any gas any anything else being caught on fire lit on fire no fireworks thrown at police like we saw earlier today things are just kind of hitting a home is what I would stay here people are still charged but not chanting as much the crowd that with those paid about two thousand people here but this return it's billed as they were before and I also want to note that at least from our vantage point we been going up and down that kind of approach line here we haven't seen anybody who get detained Q. three arm or anything like that no nobody putting cops and he did it discourages seem to be overcrowded gate here police putting a line of gates of the protesters can't actually physically get face to face with the authorities like we saw last night so I would say things are still pretty can't hear but are more calm the last time we checked in with you yeah I and you know we've we've been seeing this nation wide and her work kind of goes in waves where it will get real work done and you see police that where they have to be much more aggressive than it will calm down for a while not been asked tonight does the president have to come out at some point and see something more than tweets he's been sending out tonight which are political tweets bashing Democrats but at some point do we have to hear from the president yeah I would highly highly doubt the record comes outside in any capacity remember yesterday the demonstration what about a tent that died and the White House with under a brief lockdown and you know I've covered protests before in other cities or other things and you hardly ever see the mayor's or any of the leaders actually physically come out usually your social media your platform or some other controlled environment I would imagine we will hear from the president it favored form of communication being you know Twitter and and tweeting throughout the night in a word the other than a couple of tweets said that he's been sending out all right and remember it outside of the the White House stay safe out there is that things have been flaring up I want to get into KABC TV has been interviewing mark Ridley Thomas who is a supervisor well known supervisor in LA he is African American and he is reacting to what is going on tonight and that will depend to what he's having destructive engagement and if that happens we can make progress but the destruction of property in a range of other things although understandable from the point of view of pain and anger it's not that people who want to have a community that celebrates progress in the appropriate manner unfortunately we are seeing a lot of looting happening live right now in front of our cameras are seven HD but given the gravity of all the things that we're seeing now do you think it should be a county wide curfew not just a city wide curfew well the sim depending on if it moves to other cities of the appropriate authorities in the context of the county will have to make that determination but I do believe very strongly that you cannot have of the the looting and behavior that so comparable to it go unchecked and so this is a very very delicate balance recognizing the first amendment rights the people who engage engage in peaceful protests one two making sure of that individual saw lives and property what are not harmed or damaged and that's the sensitive the very tenuous ruled the law enforcement has to play on it is very tough because the very individuals the very entity that is due on bringing her home to the environment bring order is the entity that's the target of the ice at least to the history of police misconduct and violence and it is not just the most recent example that we can think of in terms of George Floyd this is fully of compounding the open arms of the number of people who have then been on armed a largely African American and bound themselves failed by police the use of course definitely wasn't right and so this is a big big big issue not a small one and we've got to come to grips with mark Ridley Thomas their supervisor in Los Angeles who is African American talking about what to add his user on it that there is if this goes beyond just the death of George Floyd he says and that there needs to be much more discussion of figuring out where we go from here and as he was speaking in LA there were people looting buildings at that that we were watching here that they were actually lifting up the security gates that were brought down to keep them out and going underneath docking underneath those security gates looks like maybe at a marijuana dispensary and then going in and that coming out with whatever they could get their hands on meantime there's a fire in the street outside of those buildings police are not in those neighborhoods well I take it back police or about three blocks away they have a skirmish line set up with the fire is burning but they can't get up to those areas where everything is burning right now to go back to Jason Nathanson my colleague who's here with me in LA and the LAPD they're just trying to go to where all of these are are popping up right now because it's a pretty widespread area they are that's part of the problem is that this is such a widespread area where these things are branching off into an as they try to push people off of these areas were you talking out Fairfax where there's a lot of shops and we saw some of the shops being broken into a lot of the shops are very hip shops where people go the line up for hours to get the latest sneakers and cool clothing and stuff like that that's one of the stores I saw that was broken into there but as police try to push these people off of these main streets like Fairfax where they all right now right around those are neighborhoods with homes with a lot of people who are just living in their homes and probably trying to stay away from all this stuff so if those people get pushed into those areas that's not a good thing either so right now we're seeing you know like you said fires being set in the middle of the street one fire burning very strongly but we've also seen some other buildings on fire in some other places as well we saw that CVS getting broken into and a lot of people who are going in but also and as we've seen across the country we saw some people as the the people of the world Cup going in to steal stuff we saw a lot of people saying trying to keep them away trying to say Hey don't do stuff like that stop that this is not what we want to be doing and try to keep people from going into those places as well also around the Grove which we've been talking about which was one of the big centers the big shopping centers that was hit with a Nordstrom's there and businesses that have been here open in LA for over a hundred years you had you some fires going on there but right next to the Grove is also CBS television city where they film the James cordon show where they film dancing with the stars the film American idol some of the biggest shows and that's been around forever we saw groups of people take huge trash cans and storm the gates of the the television city there pop open the gates you have the security guards kind of try to fend them off then another guy they the couple people they took another huge trash can smash it in the gates and smashed one of their own protesters between the gate and the actual trash can which looks like a very dangerous scene they didn't actually breach the gates and and go into CBS television city but they then then ran away afterwards and so we're seeing all this kind of random destruction going on all over this part of this one specific part of Los Angeles right now but the curfew had been set in place now for all of Los Angeles I just got the alert on my phone a little bit ago which is of kind of a jarring thing to to get when you get that big kind of warning thing and it says the whole city of Los Angeles now under curfew starting at eight o'clock but that's not for another twenty two minutes here and there no doubt people are not just only sees Jason Nathanson here on news ninety three point one K. if U. K. with our continuing coverage seven thirty nine now this is bill white along with the KPK news team and let's go to KP Kay's Amanda Carroll is that we look at Sacramento and what's happening around northern California Amanda hi bill getting reports about what's happening in Sacramento now I'm not as bad as what we're hearing from ABC news around the nation nothing set on fire or anything like that there are a few reports of one CHP officer was injured it was a minor injury saying from a project out from the crowd but it likely that was a water bottle that's what we heard the crowd was throwing at officers water bottles even traffic cones of the other damage graffiti on the tower bridge that was a big problem also the California state library statues there were defaced and I found a video on Facebook of the jail downtown in individuals shattering the windows this is what it sounded like kind of encouraging it you hear them kicking in those windows is what that banging sound is that was the worst of what I found in downtown Sacramento today and then someone came in at the end of this video that you're listening to right now and sprayed with spray paint on the broken glass the F. bomb and that what was on that video so as far as violence in Sacramento if for digging for the worst of which we don't really want to do but that is what I found and then on the other side they were nice things.

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05:44 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Danger the people who live there peacefully to protest and exercise their first amendment rights as a result we but in the recommendation of our chief of police we have a curfew in place tonight and tomorrow night I've spoken with our governor we have the National Guard will be called solely in a wall to protect infrastructure direct traffic it will not be armed we're also getting aid and assistance from local fire departments and police departments I just really want to emphasize for your listeners that we have a door wall our first obligation is to make sure we protect the safety and health of our residents and business but I think what obligation is to protect those people who have to exercise their first amendment rights particularly over something as egregious and terrible what happened to Mr Floyd was killed wrongfully and I would ask the question about will the message be large was the fact that this protest but hijacked by people who are not here to honor Mr Floyd but simply because damage that I will say that I believe that the destruction and chaos will not be as indoor use the message of hope love and peace for the quest for justice Jenny Durkan there the mayor of Seattle talking to R. seven eleven now that's the mayor Seattle and ABC's Alex stone with us here on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and that we're continuing our coverage here locally in Sacramento and northern California bill white here and let's bring in some of our other news cast members who are monitoring things throughout the area throughout the evening here on news ninety three point one K. if the K. let's first bring in KP Kay's Amanda Carroll and and I know you've been looking around the social media and also in your area by the way is a stop raining in the area it was a short short but strong storm here so I was hoping maybe that would calm things down I looked up it doesn't look like Sacramento got hit very hard so looks like the protesters are still out and about but it seems like a different story bell in Sacramento that yes there are large groups of protesters out there some graffiti there's been some windows broken at the jail some graffiti I get this California state library the faces have been defaced of some of the statues there but overall not seeing the violence that's happening everywhere else even though I got a little bit more details bill you talked earlier about a Sacramento DJ that was playing music there that you saw on Twitter turns out he did a livestream earlier in the day and asked for vendor donations to help out the protesters got about three hundred and twenty dollars of that no donations during his live stream of deejaying of any use them to buy pizzas and water for the protesters so that's kind of the vibe in Sacramento of somewhat of a peaceful protest although there's the breaking of windows and graffiti but it's not as dangerous as we're seeing everywhere else still a good idea to avoid downtown Sacramento this evening but overall not as bad as we're hearing bell and that's very positive let's go to K. F. B. K.'s Brody Fernandez who joins us live band you've been in touch with some law enforcement yeah that's right bill I just got off the phone with CHP officer Mike Harris with the valley division and I wish my report can be as really as positive as Amanda's here but I you can report that one Sacramento CHP officer has been injured in tonight's protest and March March is this officer's injuries are described as minor to moderate injuries they are not critical in terms of the because of injuries projectiles are unlikely although officer my cares I did not want to speculate in confirm and in regards to freeway shutdowns in over Annika Carter with her report earlier this evening touched on that and and officer Harris was able to confirm that several locations in Sacramento in the last two hours have been protesters have made it on to main freeways interstate five and the interchange of the interchange highway fifty near downtown now those two instances you guys have been those protesters were able to be you know moved off the freeway in a short amount of time officers also told me right now there is currently over one hundred CHP officers dispersed throughout Sacramento to specifically address these marches protests and again in terms of the city of Roseville who's a police department spokesman officer Robert kera he let me know right now still there are no planned protests in Roseville he will keep me updated another check in with him coming up at eight PM very good escape the case Brody Fernandez let's bring in the cave behaves Tim lance who joins us as we continue with our coverage of the this evening and Tim problem the other perspective give us your impressions of what's happening around the world around the nation and here in Sacramento yeah bill right now I'm actually monitoring of several different feeds Sacramento Los Angeles and bakers feel at the moment right which may be hearing right there in the background he is at the state capitol here in Sacramento.

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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12:07 min | 1 year ago

"california state library" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"He's encouraging people to leave we're not seeing them leave we're seeing them spread out more along the city which is something that you know we've seen as the rights here in nineteen ninety two we saw that spread very widely throughout the city and in a way where this city has been a little more prepared because of what happened in nineteen ninety two they went through extensive training to kind of curtail the stuff we have some of the best response mechanisms to these kinds of things but still we're seeing it get out of hand we're seeing police cars be burned we're seeing a lot of people come in and you know they're throwing bottles they're throwing stuff at the police as this stuff spreads and one of the things that the team should be dangerous this is daylight this is happening in broad daylight and will this go into the tonight will it spread throughout the city which is very large and very hard to contain the curfews that they put in place originally those were for areas around the downtown area but we're seeing a lot of this violence spreading much further than away from the downtown area and they're such a big area of the city that they would have to respond to and do we have the the number of people to respond to that put out these fires to helping them in medical emergencies and all these things are are these officers and these first responders already Sir abstain a lot of questions here tonight as this we prepare for what could be a very long night here in Los Angeles well that's definitely true in according to a senior LAPD official the department is taking a rare step it is mobilizing the entire department personal time off is now cancelled within the LAPD everybody is told they are now on duty detectives and others are told they are or they will be out in the field and on the skirmish lines trying to stop the protesters who are making their way through LA and you mentioned there the LA riots of ninety two Jason you live in LA during that time you live in LA now out with the similarities differences to it to what you're feeling right now obviously this is not to that point yet hopefully doesn't get to that we're not seeing buildings burned and and that sort of thing that we saw ninety two and they've seen in Minneapolis but but how does it compare feeling once well one of the things that we're noticing from that's been different over the past couple days is the spreading of this so at first it was confined mostly to downtown Los Angeles and that's what we saw last night and today it seems to be spreading to a much larger area and that's what happened in nineteen ninety two where was it started in in one area mostly south LA and then most of the damage ended up in Korea town which is a very different area of the city now we're seeing that kind of spread and that kind of that feels like it affects more of the city because if you know Los Angeles it it's very different than a lot of cities it's very spread out there's very different pockets you could be in one area of the city and not feel that you're affected at all where another city area of the city is burning but as this spreads it feels like it affects more and more people now at that time in nineteen ninety two there was over a billion dollars in damage sixty three people have been killed over two thousand had been injured and more than twelve thousand arrested and that took several days for all of that to happen now we're seeing that happen now not just one night not just two nights now we're going into the third night of that and that's what worries people is that as it keeps going it's going to keep spreading around the city which could cause more damage more death more injury more injury to police officers and protesters and as you're talking we are twenty now it news ninety three point one K. P. K. this is continuing coverage and we have protests and some bad situations as you're hearing in LA all across the country here in the Sacramento area well not so bad and that's good news so far and we'll keep you updated here on news ninety three point one KPK I'm the white along with Amanda Carroll and manta you said you had the some new information yes you know there are protests going on hearing about more than six hundred protesters are out downtown people having trouble getting along and sing on Facebook take this as you well it's on Facebook that there are there have been some defacing at the California state library some of the statues have been painted black there at the California state library downtown so some of those have been defaced or some pictures flying around online on social media bill well okay Brody Fernandez from KPK joins us live and Brody what information do you have for us yeah that's right bill and what you and Amanda have touched on earlier kind of the same sentiment in Sacramento right now not that bad I finally spoke to several dispatch officers he told me the public information line for media it's been pretty much clogged all day as I'm sure you you guys can imagine but what they were able to tell me is that right now they did not confirm any more injuries two Sacramento police officers and that's a good sign because last night we understood that that up to seven officers were injured I'm in the trust in the show earlier the projectiles were thrown that was the cause of the injuries and at this point you know officers as of six twenty one are injured right now but the protest so they remain for the most part he spoke in terms of the breast feeding that the definition of property they said they really just don't know right now there's several different spots in the city were these protests are popping up you're gonna get Carter's report earlier that certain traffic you know certain driving situations are popping up and that's pretty much that's pretty much the case the city at this point a lot they don't know in terms of plaster county you guys are one of the you know surrounding cities with the most population Roseville I spoke with public information officer rob the care he told me right now there's still no planned protests in Roseville and getting another check with them at eight PM and that's all I have for you guys all right there's a few caves Brody Fernandes thank you it's that's the encouraging here I've seen a report here Amanda the steps of the capitol are filled with the law enforcement in protesters and the crowd is chanting and that's probably not much different than what's been happening most of the day yeah they were chanting justice justice earlier when I was out watching it's on Facebook live around three o'clock this afternoon your body was talking about the projectiles that are being thrown at police I've heard reports that what those projectiles our water bottles and traffic cones that's what some of the protesters are using to throw at hitting and in the police officers you are wearing the right gear so that the face coverings on almost like they look like those PPVs that we've been talking about so much is plastic coverings in front of their face and those have been deflecting a lot of those projectiles but it's still not great in Sacramento downtown right now but it's not as bad as what we're seeing in New York and LA Belle six twenty three now news ninety three point one K. okay we're gonna go back to ABC and get a national view on what's going on to see if this continues to to spread Ryan burrow in in Minneapolis thanks wanna go back their interest in New York and Erin the the plan from that I was asking him about the protesters side but from the the law enforcement side what do you do next is it about numbers where where do they go from here you know I I I put the same question Alex to to to the chief of department of the NYPD Terence Monahan and and he said it's just about a show of force now this is I think what you have agitators want and they would like to draw the police into ever more violent skirmishes and it's it's something that the the the mayor of the city had criticized earlier today this fascinated reaction after Friday night's protest the mayor questions some of the the police heavy handedness in the in the police insisted they were surgical in only going after those who had been violent so it's a very tough balance for police who as we've been saying have condemned the action in Minneapolis that brought these protesters out in the first place and they are trying to explain to the protesters that they are not the enemy that they want to protect their right to protest even if it's against the police and yet that message so often that that doesn't really resonate in in in what is this toxic brew sweeping the nation right now a fuse you know lit by the in custody death in Minneapolis but it it was just an amber Alex on the pile of kindling because the country is under siege with the economy where it is fearful of the virus that's still percolating the hostility because of the vicious political climate and of course the long standing on equal treatment of because of of race it and that is all coming to the fore in in this moment of pent up hostility the police they say they they will only react when they are confronted with violence otherwise they aim to show restraint but as the police commissioner here in New York put it today Alex it is hard to show restraint when is a brick being thrown at your head it's incredible to think a week ago it was innovative do you go out do you wear a mask or not and now you've got these massive crowds at around there right together marching together but also some of them violent together and seems like they're the health side of it is is the the least of the the concern there what about the concern among law enforcement of who is in the crowd of what groups may infiltrate what is going on that is a major concern it is a concern we heard it from Attorney General Barr earlier today and we've obtained a number of of different law enforcement bulletins and notices throughout the the weekend that have touched on this that these protests are being coopted by extremists on the left and the right who want to try and incite some kind of violence on a bulletin from the department of homeland security even cited a a white supremacist social media post that urged people to start the next civil war bye bye attacking the police and and by turning these these protests violent and we've heard from the family of of George Floyd and and other leaders that they they do not want this to turn into anything riotous but now we have all these curfews going up in the in across the country the National Guard mobilized in at least six states tonight and and law enforcement is fearful that that people are coming in from outside the cities in order to incite violence it here in New York the NYPD believes what happened Friday night in Brooklyn with Molotov cocktails and rocks and bricks and other debris was a an orchestrated attempt to to attack the police these groups are often organized through social media and and can very quickly mobilized they know exactly what to do and where to go and tonight the police are urging peaceful protesters not to be used as camouflage don't get sucked in they say separate yourselves maintain your peaceful attitude and and the cops deal with those who want to be violent but but it is a a a it's a difficult mix Alex hearing you talk about the organization that in LA today that protesters have had an area in a park that they've got bottles of water cases of them piled up and after tear gas or after pepper spray they run their they get flushed out then they've been going right back into whether there is definite organization there when I go to Oklahoma City now where about three hundred protesters have gathered in blocking an intersection in Oklahoma City.