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2 California counties, once defiant, see virus cases rise

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 hrs ago

2 California counties, once defiant, see virus cases rise

"The city of west Hollywood has initiated efforts to enforce a mask mandate patrols are out in force in west Hollywood California to make sure people have a face covering on every Ramirez is a captain with the Los Angeles county sheriff's department we made the decision collectively with the city council with the city manager and a public safety director to step up the game a little bit and start to enforce the rules and regulations so if you don't want to put on a mask we don't want to give us a patient but for people who absolutely refuse to wear a mask I can guarantee you they are going to receive a citation that will cost people three hundred dollars for the first offense to more than five hundred for a fourth violation the fines or administrative and not criminal charges I Shelley handler

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Fresh "California county" from America's Morning News

America's Morning News

00:46 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh "California county" from America's Morning News

"But the death sentence has returned. Two CDCR. It's It's returned in the form of covert 19 on and that is something that we can change that we must change way We're all in this together, whether you are incarcerated or not incarcerated. It's up to all of us to stop this pandemic in its tracks, and so we must act decisively. We must significantly reduced prison population just because the state through these people away does not mean they're families did Meanwhile, to largely rural Northern California counties that two months ago defied the governor stayed home. Orderto more quickly re opened are now on the verge of mandatory closings. Neighboring Seta and you book Sutter and Yuba counties, averaging about 30 new cases a day, up from just five a month ago. The Two counties were placed on a state monitoring list of fast rising caseloads. If they stay there for three days, all bars will close and restaurants and other businesses must halt indoor operations. President Trump again claiming presidential harassment. This as a 7 to 2 Supreme Court ruling determined the president is not immune to the criminal process on the court ruling in favor of a New York prosecutors demands for the president's Tax records, and here is the president reacting to the Supreme Court decision. In the Supreme Court ruling, Mr President, Ruins were starting all over again. Send it back down to start all over again. So first.

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California announces new restrictions on indoor businesses

KNX Evening News

01:05 min | Last week

California announces new restrictions on indoor businesses

"Yet another massive business shutdown has been ordered across the state business isn't roughly 1/3 of California's counties are being told that close up shop Rising Corona virus infections across many parts of California have forced forced Governor Governor Newsome Newsome to to order order the the closure closure of of nonessential nonessential businesses businesses starting starting today today for for the the next next three three weeks weeks were were now now requiring. requiring. They They closed closed their their indoor indoor operations operations due due to to the the spread. spread. Of Of the the virus. virus. This This new new rule rule applies applies to to Los Los Angeles Angeles County, County, Orange Orange County, County, Riverside Riverside County, County, San San Bernardino Bernardino County County and and 15 15 other other California California counties for restaurants that can't offer outdoor seating. It is a shutdown, even though the governor downplayed it. This doesn't mean restaurants shut down. It means that we're trying to take the activities and move them outdoors. Not only indoor dining goes dark. The governor also pointed to movie theater, zoos, museums and card rooms and new submerged compliance. We have seven different agencies is part of the street. 18 that we're putting out in six regions in this state, and he told people on the Fourth of July. Don't host or attend a big party. Just hang out with immediate family. Craig figure can extend 70 NewsRadio

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California announces new restrictions on indoor businesses

KNX Evening News

01:05 min | Last week

California announces new restrictions on indoor businesses

"Massive business shutdown has been ordered across the state businesses in roughly 1/3 of California's counties are being told the close up shop Rising Corona virus infections across many parts of California have forced Governor Newsome to order the closure of nonessential businesses starting today for the next three weeks were now requiring. They closed their indoor operations due to the spread. Of the virus. This new rule applies to Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County and 15 other California counties for restaurants that can't offer outdoor seating. It is a shutdown, even though the governor downplayed it. This doesn't mean restaurants shut down. It means that we're trying to take the activities and move them outdoors. Not only indoor dining goes dark. The governor also pointed to movie theater, zoos, museums and card rooms and new submerged compliance. We have seven different agencies is part of the strike. 18 that we're putting out in six regions in this state, and he told people on the Fourth of July. Don't host or attend a big party just hang out with immediate family. Craig figure can extend 70 NewsRadio,

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California Gov. Newsom orders bars to close, restaurants to halt indoor dining in LA, other counties

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:17 sec | Last week

California Gov. Newsom orders bars to close, restaurants to halt indoor dining in LA, other counties

"Governor Gavin Newsom is in his words toddling back some of his reopening orders for restaurants, putting at least a three week ban on indoor dining and shutting down businesses like wineries, museums and card rooms. The order applies to all Southern California counties. With the exception of San

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California orders bars in Los Angeles, other counties to close due to COVID surge

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:43 sec | Last week

California orders bars in Los Angeles, other counties to close due to COVID surge

"Happening. Krone virus is rapidly spreading and parts of the state and because of that, the governor today ordered bars that have opened in seven California counties to close immediately and once bars and eight other counties to do the same. County's Under the mandatory bar closure order include Los Angeles, Fresno, San Joaquin King's Kern, Imperial and to Larry County's going to cost a Santa Clara in Sacramento are among the other eight counties that state officials have asked. Issue local help orders closing the bars. We're currently over 215,000 cases of Corona virus in California with 5931 deaths. 568 of those deaths are in the Bay Area five more since

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California Gov. Newsom orders bars closed in counties including Los Angeles, citing coronavirus concerns

Rush Limbaugh

00:09 sec | Last week

California Gov. Newsom orders bars closed in counties including Los Angeles, citing coronavirus concerns

"Florida seven California counties are required to close bars immediately including Los Angeles Fresno and Bakersfield orders governor Gavin Newsom and eight more counties are recommended to

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John Wayne Airport Name Change Again Demanded By Orange County Democrats

ABC News Perspective

00:16 sec | Last week

John Wayne Airport Name Change Again Demanded By Orange County Democrats

"The southern California county long known for its strong ties to the Republican Party is looking to change the name of its airport officials from the Democratic Party of Orange County are calling on the OC board of supervisors to remove John Wayne's name statue and other likenesses from the Santa Ana

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Los Angeles County reports nearly 2,000 new cases of coronavirus

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles County reports nearly 2,000 new cases of coronavirus

"More than two hundred thousand coronavirus cases have now been confirmed here in California since the start of the pandemic the state has seen a recent surge in new cases reporting more than four thousand on six of the last nine days since reaching that number for the first time on June seventeenth southern California counties continue to account for much of the recent increase of LA county reporting nearly two thousand new cases just yesterday

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COVID-19 Risks Prompt Some California Counties to Ease Jail Populations

Pacifica Evening News

02:51 min | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 Risks Prompt Some California Counties to Ease Jail Populations

"Is endemic in our society how can we really address all these issues about equity and about violence and about safety this is a moment of reckoning and I think we need to respond to prisons and southern California have hundreds of coronavirus infections each inmates at San Quentin want to prevent that from happening in the bay area prison they say there's already been a spike in covert infections one hundred and twenty one inmates were transferred there from the California institution for men in Chino California on may thirtieth stock visibility is known as a hotbed for coronavirus with nearly five hundred in the infections and fifteen deaths San Quentin is now seeing a rise in cases thirty three to date Kerry Reid a current inmate in San Quentin the certain facilities like the each unit are operating at two hundred percent capacity the overcrowding make social distancing impossible he says the dangers posed by the lack of social distancing and access to personal protective equipment infringes on his constitutional rights right the right privacy I can search any time in your life I am subject teacher or not right right we've called usual punishment you're not being given is right under your psychological difficult one that okay okay overcrowding was a problem in prisons before the pandemic it is not the main cause of the spread of the virus to inmates Weicker says prison capacity would need to be reduced to seventy percent to be able to safely social distance which is impossible and current conditions thirty five hundred inmates were released at the start of the pandemic earlier this month governor Gavin Newsom announced he will start releasing inmates within a hundred and eighty days of their release date but resigned an inmate at San Quentin says it's not enough they we critics also get real and we don't collect January but we don't focus so a lot of it the coalition is calling on the governor to approve the release of inmates over the age of fifty those who have a low risk of re offending and those who have been incarcerated multiple years without disciplinary action prison inmates at San Quentin are also demanding widespread testing for everyone living and working in the prison statewide nearly three hundred prison guards have also tested positive for the virus they're also demanding prison staff remain stationed and one part of the present but the state stop transferring inmates from prison to prison during the pandemic and for greater access to hygiene supplies

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'Golden State Killer' suspect to plead guilty

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Golden State Killer' suspect to plead guilty

"The man accused of being the notorious Golden State killer is expected to plead guilty later this month in a deal that will send him to prison for life in spare him the death penalty the LA times is reporting that Joseph deangelo junior is set to enter a guilty plea to thirteen murders and kidnapping charges from at least thirteen rapes in a Sacramento county courtroom on June twenty ninth sources tell the times that deangelo has also agreed to admit to dozens of crimes for which he is not charged including rapes for which the statute of limitations has expired the former Auburn police officers accused of crimes that extend from nineteen seventy three through eighty six across more than a dozen California counties he was arrested in twenty

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'Golden State Killer' suspect to plead guilty

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Golden State Killer' suspect to plead guilty

"The man accused of being the notorious notorious Golden Golden State State killer killer is is expected expected to to plead plead guilty guilty later later this this month month in in a a deal deal that that will will send send him him to to prison prison for for life life in in spare spare him him the the death death penalty penalty the the LA LA times times is is reporting reporting that that Joseph Joseph deangelo junior ascent is set to enter a guilty plea to thirteen murders and kidnapping charges from at least thirteen rapes in a Sacramento county courtroom on June twenty ninth sources tell the times that deangelo has also agreed to admit to dozens of crimes for which he is not charged including rapes for which the statute of limitations has expired the former Auburn police officer is accused of crimes that extend from nineteen seventy three through eighty six across more than a dozen California counties he was arrested in twenty eighteen

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Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure

Environment: NPR

02:16 min | Last month

Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure

"Joe Seventy National Park has been closed for nearly three months because of stay at home orders but today the park is reopening in a limited way Cap Radios Ezra. David Romero reports that the closure has had a huge effect on nearby businesses. On the way into Yosemite National Park from Fresno sits the Yosemite Sugar Pine Mountain Railroad, which shut down with the rest of California in March Scott. mcghee runs the operation. We lost every single tour group and school group that we had coming up here. Yosemite is opening with a lot of restrictions. Only about half of the average June visitors are allowed in, and they must make online reservation for each car in advance, Jamie Richards Yosemite spokesperson. We're going to be monitoring condition daily. We're GONNA make adjustments as needed and we're going to work to maintain safe conditions for visitors. Only two campgrounds are open in the larger one. One is operating at just fifty percent of capacity. Other campsites are closed due to staffing Richard says she's interested in seeing how the animals in the park respond again the people we've seen a lot of bears out in active we will see when the park reopens. How the animals continue to reopen adapt to visitors coming back last year, visitors spent more than one point seven billion dollars in the four California counties that surround the Park Brooke. Smith with visit Yosemite Madera. County says that could drop by as much as half this year between fires in government shutdowns. This is definitely the longest we've ever gone with you Ashleigh. Up when she first heard, the park was opening Amy George and her husband Kyle Mon- Holland from Davis. California rushed to book a few day passes. I was drinking coffee I'm like I'm just GonNa. See and says I go. July twenty second has day passes Great. That's our twentieth anniversary. The pair of teachers spent their honeymoon in Yosemite. George has visited the park since childhood and the reservation system has long term effects. Maybe this'll lessen the impact that humans have had on the environment on Yosemite. George hopes unlimited spaces. Don't discourage people from trying to make it to the park. She wants everyone to enjoy Yosemite like she always has for NPR. News I'm as David Romero in

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Year's first West Nile-positive mosquitoes found in California county

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:36 sec | Last month

Year's first West Nile-positive mosquitoes found in California county

"I county's first west Nile virus the first Miskito samples to test positive for west Nile virus reported now in Los Angeles county the mosquitoes were collected from a trap in hacienda heights west Nile virus transmitted to people and animals through the bites of an infected mosquito there is no cure one in five infected individuals will exhibit symptoms that can and can include fever headache body aches nausea or rash symptoms can last for several days possibly even months delayed rainfall coupled with warmer temperatures have contributed to increased mosquito activity in southern California

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Project Roomkey Updates and Expansion

The KFBK Morning News

00:56 sec | Last month

Project Roomkey Updates and Expansion

"Project room key launched by governor Newsom designed to house the homeless in hotels is apparently expanding to another northern California county KP case Mike Barker reports from Butte county more than four hundred and seventy thousand dollars will be coming to Butte county to help house the homeless as part of emergency cove in nineteen relief funding from the state county chief administrative officer sherry McCracken says project room key will house high risk people during this crisis which is where we are putting high risk homeless are unsheltered individuals individuals that may have been exposed or individuals that actually don't need to be hospitalized but need to be quarantined or isolated we're putting them in hotel rooms the one time grant from the state is designed to help counties protect the health and safety of the homeless populations and reduce the spread of cove in nineteen my pocket news ninety three point one

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Near Los Angeles, Ventura County restaurants begin welcoming back dine-in customers after more than 2 months

KNX Evening News

03:00 min | Last month

Near Los Angeles, Ventura County restaurants begin welcoming back dine-in customers after more than 2 months

"If you happen to live in Los Angeles county and you want to you want to visit an exotic world a world with strange new custom you reading it likes the starter yeah we don't have a daughter at Johnny we noticed on the floor not as much people gone well and there is a kind of new universe this weekend if you've been living in Los and very good my because up in the Ventura county over this Memorial Day weekend you can actually eat I can't believe I'm even saying this you can eat in a restaurant I know people are going what yes you can eat in a restaurant along I know Kelly long is a Ventura county supervisor and chair of the board of supervisors thank you for joining us so this sounds like a strange like I said a weird place to go now you can like eat in a restaurant there yeah thank you for having me on today denture accounting is very honored to be able to move to the accelerated state you I. we are actually the first the largest southern California county to receive this approval from the California department of public health and we are working with our businesses to get them up and running so we're very excited about that to those to be in first what does it look like in practice because this is still a new normal type situation not like how it used to be well we're advising our local people to call a restaurant's first to make sure one that they're open if that was just released and we are working with our businesses to have them register online at W. W. W. dot B. C. re open dot com so that they can make sure that all the safety operations are in place based on the state guidance and so basically if you go to a restaurant way they are supposed to be facing people out make sure their customers are distance from one another our servers and other staff will be required to wear a mask to follow the state guide guidance and we do not have a mass requirements for a resident by private businesses may require bass is there a sap which most and we are also still suggesting that you can pick up or have a delivery from the restaurant as well another thing that's going to be happening is that our retail stores will be able to is be a major open problem and brewing other for retail working businesses parents with exterior camps facing of summer schools entrances almost all the child day care and options customers are still can unavailable go inside their so stores we're supposed just to do like with kids with this summer a target if or you Costco have to go back to the office so we and then are some wanting non covert to make sure news our economy first Lori is Loughlin still driving hunter fashion designer husband forward reaching a plea deal even in though the college people admissions need and to be cheating scandal safely case distancing and then there's and the university of following California all the on pressures the verge of the stay of well

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Elon Musk Says Tesla Suing California County, Moving Headquarters Out Of State

WSJ Tech News Briefing

10:14 min | 2 months ago

Elon Musk Says Tesla Suing California County, Moving Headquarters Out Of State

"Week. California started phasing in the reopening of business including manufacturing so when that was announced Tesla CEO Elon. Musk sent out a memo to ten thousand employees at a factory in Alameda. County telling them to come into work the next day but just a few hours after that memo the local government in Alameda County said not so fast they were keeping tighter restrictions in place and Tesla's factory was not allowed to open yet in response. Tesla sued and Monday. Musk said they're opening their factory. Anyway here to tell us all about this lawsuit and what it could mean for businesses and governments across the US is our reporter. Tim Higgins Tim. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you all right. Let's start with Tesla. What is Tesla arguing in this suit? One of the things that you must angry about is that The California state government has to open up again including manufacturing and he's arguing that essentially that the local government has overstepped its authority by saying that. Tesla's factory cannot reopen that. The governor's office allowing for the state to reopen and that the US constitution allows for these sorts of things so really Arguments at the county. Government is overreaching and then he made a comparison to another facility. That is a nearby county. What's his argument? There Tesla has its has one assembly plant in the US but it has a number of facilities around California that help with the business. And there's a factory that is not that far from the assembly pant that has in a different county and the people there are not facing the same kind of shelter in place restrictions. Tassels reason the question of why are why isn't a uniform wise? They're pointing to figures. They say indicate that the rate of infection is very similar Why is one place stricter than the other so? Musk actually went a step further and reopened TUSLA yesterday. Right surprising a lot of people Monday. Tweeting out that He was opening the factory starting production that day in fact he said he's going to be on the assembly line and that if the police show up to arrest people he should be the one that's arrested so let's just back up a little bit. This sets tesla apart from many of its tag counterparts right. I mean facebook and others have announced that they're not bringing employees back to the office for months. Why is Elon? Musk and tesla wire. Wise Tusla's taking such a big stand here exactly facebook and Google and others. They can largely do their work at home on computers. Were Tesla makes cars. It needs an army of workers in the factory banging on metal to build these vehicles so they can sell them and without the Fremont Factory Online. It doesn't have anything to sell here in the US eventually. The cars that they made prior the shutdown. They're not gonNA have anything. So if Tesla is going to take advantage of any potential economic rebound that something might occur in the months to come as the country learns to live with the Corona virus. It needs cars. The shutdown came at a bad time for Tesla. It was just a ramping up. Production of its newest vehicle. The Model Y Compact Sport Utility vehicle is a vehicle that Elon. Musk has said could be. The company's top seller analysts expected to do very well. It's a good segment for this kind of vehicle and really there was a lot of enthusiasm among investors about the year ahead and so what the Krono virus has done is essentially. Put everything on ice and The problem for you on musk. Is that this. Factory has been sitting Essentially vacant for weeks. Now and he needs the lifeblood of the company to kick back on. I guess comparing to facebook isn't quite fair. I mean the better comparison might be to other. Automakers what are we seeing Michigan do for example and how our automakers they're responding. That's some of the frustration that musk has been. Venting is that Michigan announced last week and then that they were bringing manufacturing back online this week so Monday. As Yuan is sitting there unhappy that his factory is an open open. Places in Michigan could come back online and he knows his competitors have already announced. Gm for Chrysler others that they're kicking up production GM and Ford. They're a scheduled to start assembly vehicles again next Monday and here in California. That's that's not the case so elon. Musk has taken it another step further. He also has threatened to move production out of California altogether. He's saying maybe to Texas. What kind of impact could his departure have on? The state would smell something that can happen. Overnight it's not as simple as picking up his tools and going to Texas and starting to make cars and a new factory I. It's much more complicated. And it's something that probably would take years to do but the effect would be dramatic. Tessa wouldn't be the first car company to pull out of California Toyota. Its headquarters for the US. North America used to be based on your La and they pulled out over the course of several years starting in two thousand fourteen and they went to Texas because in emerged part it's cheaper to operate their California had just gotten to expensive the factory that Tesla owns and California used to be a factory that was jointly operated by General Motors and Toyota in when GM wind bankruptcy left to Toyota and Toyota. Didn't want to didn't want to be there anymore. I wanted to go to someplace. Cheaper the state of California has in recent generation or so struggled to keep a car manufacturing and the Fremont factory the fact that Tesla was able to buy in two thousand ten and resume making vehicles there in twenty twelve was seen by the the region him by Government officials is a huge win and is something very important for the economy states. Local leaders across the country prize car factories. These are things they want. It means jobs. It means economic investment. It means all the and things that go with with that so it's not just the car factory it's the suppliers and the ecosystem that creates and brings into the community so this kind of threat in some ways was almost going nuclear to say that he was going to pull out of of the state now a lot of people are saying or asking was was just because he lost his temper. And and that sort of thing. Well we'll see. He has said on twitter that he's not messing around and he's taking this very seriously. Some of this of course is also. He's in essentially negotiating in public. He's trying to push put pressure on on the local government to allow him to open up. Yeah I mean it's it's a very public lobbying effort if you can call it that I think the interesting thing is. We'VE SEE BUSINESSES. Do this all the time time right to get tax incentives or or other deals but in this case it's public health interests that are at stake. How HAVE OFFICIALS IN ALAMEDA? County responded to this very open threat And is the pressure that he's putting on them seeming to impact their decisions to reopen at all whether the mayor of Fremont put out a statement saying that she supports Tesla and the Mayor of Palo Alto or the company's headquarters is located. Put out a statement over the weekend about their support for the company. It's a tough position for some of these elected officials They want to see the company. Back Open. They want to see businesses back. Open him yet. Some are also weighing the health ramifications. Several people have died in the county from Kovic Nineteen and they have reported More than two thousand cases of Govan Nineteen and so the concern among county leaders is that they're not sure if there's going to be a spike as they start to re phase in business activity and they'd like to see it play out a little bit longer and be prepared and the idea of ten thousand people coming into a facility is concerning and so they have been working with the company to make sure that the safety protocols in place and the Tesla has Publicized some of these. Things are what they're working on. And that's where the standoff here is. It's not when we're unique to test so there are lots of places and companies around the country who are frustrated and want to get back to the way things were and we've seen state by state by state Different ways of handling this. But there's probably no higher profile company in the US The take this kind of stand to to sue the local authorities and to Defy a local shutdown order. Well we wouldn't expect anything else from Elon. Musk I guess. Our reporter Tim Higgins. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you

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Tesla files lawsuit against California county over plant shutdown

Guy Gordon

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Tesla files lawsuit against California county over plant shutdown

"Tesla filing suit on Saturday night against Alameda county California where local officials there refused to let the company re open its Fremont auto factory on CNBC treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin sided with Tesla's CEO I agree with you on mosque is one of the biggest employers and manufacturers in California and California should prioritize doing whatever they need to do to solve those health issues so that he can open quickly and safely where they're going to find it he threatened he is moving its production to a

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"california county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"california county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

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

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Elon Musk threatens to move Tesla HQ out of California over Covid-19 restrictions

Bloomberg Best

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Elon Musk threatens to move Tesla HQ out of California over Covid-19 restrictions

"Ilan musk lashed out at the California county blocking Tesla from re opening its only U. S. car plant threatening to immediately moved the company's headquarters and future programs to other states including Nevada and Texas the C. E. O. is that Tesla will file a lawsuit against Alameda county a day after its health officer said it wasn't appropriate for Tesla to move forward with plans to re open just

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"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The cool down is on the way as we head into the weekend temperatures are going to drop to the low to mid fifties tonight with increasing clouds overhead but those clouds are gonna be really tough to shake on Saturday may be a little bit of clearing inland during the afternoon hours otherwise mostly cloudy skies with some patchy drizzle possible along the coast and near the bay but measurable rainfall looks very unlikely temperatures are going to be cooler near sixty degrees for the coast mid sixties by the bay near seventy degrees farther inland nearly identical temperatures on Sunday but with a lot more sunshine overhead and then next week is going to bring a gradual warm it looks like it'll peak around Thursday of next week with temperatures in the upper eighties inland even around the bay well into the seventies by Thursday I meteorologist Paul Hagen with your KPIX five KCBS forecast right now in San Francisco it's sixty one degrees Nevado said sixty three degrees half moon bay fifty seven degrees Livermore sixty six in Saratoga at seventy seven degrees traffic and weather together on the eights on all news one oh six nine and the A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time is seven twenty a rural California county at the Oregon border is defying governor Newsom's coronavirus shut down order Modoc county has become the first in the state to let non essential businesses re open diners are being allowed into restaurants officials say the county has no confirmed cove in nineteen cases Newsome has not said whether he will intervene as he did in southern California by ordering the shutdown of all beaches in Orange County it was a different kind of May Day protest in San Francisco.

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"california county" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"california county" Discussed on KGO 810

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

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"california county" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"california county" Discussed on Here & Now

"You so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having stay safe out there. You're listening to me. You know you get you. Nearly seven million people in the San Francisco Bay area are now under an order to shelter in place for the next three weeks. It's the most drastic measure taken in the US so far too slow the spread of Corona virus and the region's main industry tack is also adjusting to this clampdown. Let's bring in Jessica lesson. She's editor in chief of the information. And Jessica how is this shelter in place order affecting the tech sector supposed to stay in place until at least April seventh? It was quite a jolt. yesterday So we're we're only a couple hours into it and I think everyone's trying to figure it out. You know for for week or so now. Companies out in the bay area facebook and many more had moved to work from home but there are some huge questions about how this is going to affect technology companies from small startups. All the way on up. So you know it's pretty widespread in these companies are enacting That across the country as well. It's very large numbers i. I'm personally surprised. My Internet is holding up so well among other things but it's a complete bending of Normal business practice. Which of course we're seeing across under other industries as well. Yeah Yeah you mentioned some of those smaller companies. That don't typically have people working from home how are they handling it this What's the learning curve? Been like? I mean it's a lot of slack in zoom and I would say I was a a casual slack user and now I'm a very aggressive slack users. I think technology is given us a lot of tools. There's over zoom and Videoconference even just these like casual happy hour conversations that pop up between venture capitalists start ups and journalists. So there's a lot of creativity I would say but we we are only in the beginning of this and I think it's very unclear what it's GonNa feel like a few weeks from now you bring up a good point though about some of these technology companies that are actually getting a boost like slack because people are using it more. My muscle thinking about the use of Amazon and other key delivery services and these streaming services like net flicks just wondering. It's so hard to say as you said we're in the beginning stages but perhaps this might cement a trend towards ECOMMERCE and that competitive advantage. Those companies have over these brick and mortar businesses. It's very very possible. I think the ECOMMERCE COMPANIES. This is true of some of the same day food delivery and other services. That of you know are seeing stronger demand. They have really challenging back in logistics to figure out to as they figure out how are their employees is going to go to work. What are their delivery schedules? Are they going to modify schedules? So for instance you know Amazon. Same Day delivery service has just seen surging demand in recent weeks and is basically Saying we don't have any windows available right now so I think it's really unclear. How operational they'll be able to be with all that they're managing. Yeah and as for those workers who are working from home. I mean optimistically. Eventually they will go back to their offices but do you think we might actually see. It's kind of a proof of concept that these companies can maintain sizable portions of their workforce. Working from home after this is over possibly before the virus in the bay area. There was a push towards remote work. Who knows what's going to happen to the economic picture here. That was really driven by the high cost of housing in the bay area but with that trend underway coupled.

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Here & Now

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"california county" Discussed on Here & Now

"Standards offer valid through March thirty first twenty twenty and covert nineteen is already having a profound impact on the music industry not only with south by South West canceled but Coachella was cancelled as well and live nation. One of the largest musical promoters in the country has postponed concerts through the end of the month. Joining me now. Is Brian here? Artistic Director of the World Music Institute Brian. Welcome to here now. Every Madonna and Brian. Your organization brings musicians from all over the world for concerts. What kind of impact have you already seen? This has an had an impact that of just collapsing tours. shows that have been canceled on one end of the other of the dates so it's have major repercussions and now of course is definitely a cramping venues and all sorts of industries within the music industry. You are also in the concert. Business Stirring The terrorist attacks of nine eleven. How does today's crisis compare Back then I know a lot of my colleagues doing international music and bringing world music to the to the United States Felt that the music must go on especially at that time of You know a lot of prejudice and so forth that we felt that it was really important to bring the music of other cultures in importantly. But now we don't. We don't even have that luxury of trying to keep bringing people in music of other cultures together. So it's it's at a much more profound impact now I would say then than the nine eleven attacks on that because nine eleven. If you remember we were shut down for a few weeks of International flights but there were venues and concerts in that. Were were able to happen unlike now. So it's a it's a different day. How are you advising musicians You know of course. You're letting them know about their schedules. But there's probably also emotional component to your job and having to interface with them. It's really just having a ripple effect of For these artists of making a living. Because as you know now I mean in ours can't make a living off a streaming services and so forth so the live industry has been the way that they've been making their their bread and butter. So it's it's really devastating effect on live musicians of course so a organization we we hope to reschedule and and you know get artist back in in if they can of course But it's it's going to be starting over so to speak of getting these tours together and it takes a lot for artists to even get a handful of dates in the United States to make tours half him. So it's a huge puzzle that has to be free reshaped and reshifted our just waiting for the next upson. It's an. It's an interesting time Brian. Kerr is the artistic director of the World Music Institute. Brian thank you so much. Thank you for having US done there. Were nearly two thousand musical acts scheduled to perform at South by southwest and Austin Texas this year. Madison mcferrin was one of those acts scheduled to play. She's a singer Songwriter from Brooklyn New York. And if her name sounds familiar it's because she's the daughter of music legend. Bobby mcferrin well since Madison won't be playing at South by southwest. We thought we'd have her here albeit remotely. Madison mcferrin. Welcome to here and now thank you for having me. Yeah yes so you're at home now and you've had to cancel most of your live events. How are you doing well I'm just trying to adjust to the new normal of things You know everything's postponed for the time being but nobody really knows till winter. How long and being a musician of live shows or how you make the majority of your income. So now it's time to regroup and rework how we're GONNA do that for the next couple of months you made your debut at South by southwest and twenty eighteen. It's where a lot of national critics heard your sound for the first time. How important is south by southwest for you and artists like you who are just starting out. It's an incredibly important civil. I mean there are so many people there who you network with you get to work with So it's an incredibly important festival especially as an independent musician to be able to have the kind of outreach that really helped jumpstart your career in many ways so to have such an important festival not happen. This year is really telling us to the severity. Of what were facing your. I was called. No time to lose inquest. Love actually called your first album soul cappella. Let's take a listen. You did. So why are you aiding? I don't understand why thinking contemplating.

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"california county" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

10:13 min | 4 months ago

"california county" Discussed on Here & Now

"From NPR and WB. You are. I'm Tony Moseley. I'm Robin Young. It's here and now. And I a scene setter in the Krona Virus Taskforce Briefing today Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said. We're looking at sending checks to Americans immediately and the White House is presenting an eight hundred. Fifty Billion Dollar. Emergency stimulus package to stem the economic crisis. Also today no voting in Ohio. The Democratic primary was postponed over concerns about Cova Nineteen in Florida Illinois and Arizona. Voters are going to the polls officials say hand. Sanitizer is available. Stay six pete feet away from each other people. Meanwhile seven million people in San Francisco are sheltering in place more on that later in the program in New York governor. Andrew Cuomo said there's no plan to quarantine residents of New York City but he's working on getting temporary hospital facilities up and running in the State and in Louisville Kentucky Derby was postponed until September the first time since World War Two the race will not play take place the first Saturday in May and then scientists around the world are racing to develop treatments and a vaccine one team of researchers in Canada has come one step closer by isolating the virus responsible for the pandemic and joining me. Now is one of them. Dr Aaron Jay bonaire. She is a fellow at McMaster university in Hamilton Ontario. And Dr. What exactly were you able to do in the lab. And what are you learning about this corona virus so the first step of testing a vaccine testing drug is really getting the virus out of clinical specimens. So you can you can grow up the virus and then you can test it. And that's what we did so we took specimens and we. We grew them up on cells in a lab now that makes the resources available for the scientists across Canada. And how were you able to isolate this virus? So essentially did was viruses like cells. So when you take a virus and you put them in these cells which is what did trump because specimens from one thousand nine patients. We took the samples. We put them on cells and then we got the virus out of the sails and we are characterizing. The box as we speak You've been able to examine this virus in great detail. Can you explain for us? What makes this corona virus different from the others? Did you get any insight on why it's spreading so quickly and why it's so harmful right so if you look at the krona vices like SARS and Morris Dozen Nasty viruses than than this corona virus? We are lucky. And we're grateful that this current advisor is not as lethal in in humans like other chronic viruses. But you're right. It does seem to be more transmissible and and we don't know yet but we're hoping in the next few weeks will figure out why this virus is transmissible. The question that everyone has a and I know it's y you're working so hard on this. Is this going to lead to a cure or vaccine against this corona virus right? That's that's really the dream everybody's working very hard to get that vaccine or other therapeutic drugs like you said what'll happen sooner than a vaccine would be a drug that you can use to treat these with nineteen patients because vaccines have to go to regulatory process. It takes time but if you can take drugs are FDA approved and now that we've isolated this virus you can test their ficus your those drugs using the virus we've isolated and if you can identify any kind of cross protection you can start using those drugs. So that's really the goal I think. What's the most important thing right now? Scientifically speaking as you work through this process. What other work needs to be done? I think in a very simple questions like how effective are the disinfectants. That people are using right. So this is something you cannot test any of these questions without having live virus and we are going to supply this virus and share it once characterized it doctor Samir Mubarak at Sunnybrook was the team was working with and she's been leading all these efforts. I think she's she's very nice with sharing stuff. And we've decided that we would share it once we've characterized it. That's Dr Orange Canarsie part of a team of researchers that isolated the corona virus causing cove at nineteen last week. Dr Bernard she thank you so much for your time for Sharia. Yeah love to share everything we can. So we've got this. There's nothing to worry about. Oh well that is that is very reassuring to hear. It really is everyone's panicking and a little bit of hope during these times. It's great. Yeah so you feel pretty confident that we will contain this. I think I think he just went social distancing washing hands and the Gaza lockdowns. That's happening. I think we'll be okay. Thank you so much for that Dr. Thanks thanks for having me well. I needed that too and here in the states. Another group of researcher says they're close to a treatment that might stave off the worst effects of cove nineteen and also worked to prevent it. And it's one that was used over one hundred years ago Dr Peter. Hotels is a professor of molecular biology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas. He's been a key player in vaccine research for diseases including SARS and the new corona virus. He tweeted out our awful new reality and said he is determined to explain and promote convalescent serum antibody treatment especially to save the lives of first responders. He's a busy man. What was trying to save lives so we reached him on his cell at Baylor. A doctor hotels explain what his convalescent. Serum antibody treatment. So this is actually a throwback therapy that was used during the nineteen eighteen flu pandemic and it involves taking serum from patients who recovered from the virus because it has essentially a high level of antibodies. Isolating the antibodies. Then giving it back to our. They're sick patients or now potentially could be used for healthcare workers in the lower dose in order to protect them from a couple of weeks of getting the infection. It's an idea. That's being actively promoted by our to accustom divall. Who's a friend and colleague at Johns Hopkins Medical Center? And what he's doing is trying to organize a network of medical centers to see if we can Gear up blood banks to make this happen and we know. The doctors and China have begun treating covered nineteen patients with this blood. That's harvested from survivors again. Because if they survived they build up antibodies now. Is there a danger though? I mean you know what could be the downside of injecting them with. Antibodies only talking about isolating the antibodies. So that there's little to no risk of actually injecting them with the virus. There are some potential risks that have been associated with this including potential long injury but it seems to be an uncommon complication. And the point is if we're looking at large numbers of patients in intensive care units or very sick individuals if it has an opportunity to lower mortality that could make a big difference to the nation. It's really a stopgap measure until we can develop our vaccines and other groups can develop their vaccines or we have a new drug available. That's very challenging to develop new technologies to new pathogen in the middle of a very dangerous epidemic. We don't have a lot of precedent for doing that. Let's fascinating because the serum would be injecting as you said. Antibodies that were built up in the blood that defeated the virus. But to be clear. Are you talking about this? As a treatment for somebody within the first few days of them showing symptoms. Or are you advocating this or hoping this might work also as a prevention? So it's really both and it really. It's partly a function of the dose of that they received so somebody is very sick with this virus. And you're worried about them Having progressive disease the idea you would give them a large amount of of the antibody but in theory and in some cases in practice. It's been shown that you could give much smaller doses In order to administer this to people that are that are high risk for exposure to the virus We think about frontline health workers and we've already seen now report this weekend of two emergency room physicians now in who are severely ill or even in the ICU. At this virus we cannot let that happen on a large scale so maybe of the antibody could be used for that purpose. We're going to need guidance. For this from the federal government how to best provide quality control for this technology how to regulate it provincially bring in the food and Drug Administration who has a lot of expertise and biologics also? What kind of regulatory oversight does this need to have been also? Could we get federal government mobilizing resources for blood banks? Well you mentioned the two emergency room. Doctors wants a New Jersey once in Washington state in critical condition. And you know many of us read the incredible piece in The New York Times. This past weekend about the two twenty nine year old doctors. If from Wuhan one didn't make one did but it really drove home. What happens during this illness and what the fear is going another a lot of medical mysteries about this virus and one of them that was reports out of China is that healthcare workers seem to disproportionately be susceptible to severe illness based on what you'd predict Just on their age you can imagine how incredibly destabilizing That would be in the United States if healthcare workers are going to work every day knowing that they could become severely ill and be taken care of by their colleagues. Things could unravel very quickly so for me. This is a national priority. You are particularly saying we can save the lives of these frontline health providers first responders potentially with something that will slow down this viruses marched through their bodies. I think it's a weak link in our health system right now that if we have substantial number of health care was taken out of the workforce and I think this needs to be prioritized. Now that we're moving onto the next stage of the epidemic and during the Spanish flu epidemic in one thousand eighteen scientists reported that these transfusions of you know taking the blood from survivors of that flu led to a fifty percent drop in their deaths. Here we are over one.

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"california county" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"california county" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"I mean you know gives you goosebumps to hear it. It's obviously very heartfelt. How much will that endorsement matter? A Lot in South Carolina I love. What would you clyburn? You know his wife from my hometown. Monks can arpita Emily Claburn. But I I just don't understand the hype behind Joe Biden. You know the quote to pot when I need Joe Biden. I'm like Yo you really without your homeboy. Because without Barack Obama. I don't see what all the hype is behind. Joe Biden talking about him being the most electable candidate and he's the only person that can beat trump how you haven't even proven he can beat Bernie Sanders and a primary it so it makes them think he could beat you know Donald Trump. I'm just I know. A lot of older voters in South Carolina going going probably vote for Joe Biden. I would hope that you know a lot of the younger voters in South Carolina. A lot of those new registered. Voters decided to turn out on Saturday as well. And you know maybe shake things up a little bit so president. Trump is rolling out community centers and fifteen major cities to roll to engage with voters. He's identified this. Group is a crucial group for him. Right you know. The the African American unemployment rate They're gonNA sell hats and sweatshirts and boy embroidered. According to politico with the word woke. Oh good for the word will need some sleep. This their ideas to tie they just they just need some rest because they just they say anything in early math. No reason with President. Trump. I don't know because that's just such pandering labeled things with the with the word woke everybody's paying their Stephen Bernie Sanders on with public enemy. You know what I mean so it was just like every everybody's doing their own version of of pandering. I really hate the word word. We'll turns me off so as soon as I see the word woke. I'm like I'm going to sleep Chinese. I love seeing Charlene. Thank you sir. God thanks next gene on Elizabeth Warren's introduction to Charleston cuisine. Here's Stephen Cole. Bear evidently wasn't familiar with Elizabeth. Warren's favorite adult beverage let's have to Bourbon. And whatever the senator wants. I'll try one of what he's having the two slurped oysters and battled over ribs but when they transferred to the bar what he drink which poisons. Michelob ultra michelob. Ultra shares. Don't do it. Senator not again remember what happened the last time. Hold on a SEC. I'm GonNa get me Abuse the infamous via in the kitchen video. That worn instagram'd back when she announced she was exploring a presidential rod for sure. This is the best. Not the best was the reaction. No this is one of the top five cringe worthy moments. Obvious that she's inauthentic and everything she does. It seems a very authentic to me. President trump called it her beer catastrophe. Don Jr. tweeted wow so woken genuine. She really is one of us. Said no one ever but Senator. Warren stuck by her locale. Low Key MICHELOB. Ultra go ahead Fox. News use it as an excuse to recommend boulder tasting Craft Beers. Senator Warren Calls Michelob. Ultra the club. So there's her website now. Sales four-pack can cousy including one that plays off the senator slogan and. I got a plan for that. Warren has Cayenne for that. Her fans treasurer photos. Even blurry ones of the senator sipping her beloved Niccolo Baltra. Coal Bear make jokes. Why is Michelob? Ultra like making love and canoe because the folk close to water. It allowed us to get so ultra close to a candidate. We could hear golf genie. Cnn New York. Thanks for joining us. A C. Sixty starts now..

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"california county" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

11:53 min | 4 months ago

"california county" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Upfront next free fall. The Dow plunging nearly twelve hundred points about corona virus. It is the greatest one day point drop in history. This is president trump tonight. Pats himself on the back for his quote calming message. Plus the CDC now racing to track down everyone who may have had contact with a woman mysteriously contracted the deadly virus in California. Now more than eight thousand people in the State of California are under watch for the virus. Charlemagne the God Star Radio Host South Carolina Native joins me to talk about who he is as of tonight giving a second chance in a big way. The answer is going to surprise you. Let's go out front and good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. The breaking news of the Corona virus sending shockwaves through the markets. The Dow today closing down nearly twelve hundred points. Well hundred points that continues What has been market slaughtered deep red over fears? The virus could threaten the entire global economy past four days without shed. More than eleven percent is the worst decline since October of two thousand eight which is in the midst of the great recession trillions of dollars are gone and president trump is upset because he thought he had been the voice of calm it was a very good press coverage and basically it was a calming. Prescott for a conference to say. We're doing well. Well doing well or not. It certainly was not calming. Maybe because what he said is not what the medical experts are saying. We have it show well under control. I mean we really have done a very good job. It has become clear over the past few days that a pandemic is inevitable. It's that kind of contradiction which is not calming. Kaitlan Collins is out front live outside the White House so Caitlin. How upset is president trump over this market decline? He watches almost nothing more closely than the market. Well an errand. It seems to be the primary reason that you've seen the President. Really tried to put a public face here when it comes to cornel virus in that press conference yesterday because honestly I'm from Air Force One. He was essentially watching the coverage of this growing frustrated. We are being told by sources essentially feeling his administration was being blamed for not doing enough and not being prepared enough and a lot of that had to do as the president was keeping his eyes on these numbers now he hadn't been overly concerned about crony virus until you started seeing on Monday when the Dow closed over one thousand points down after it plunged there something the president later tried to dismiss India as just a one off but then of course you've seen this period continue for several days now in the president's tried to blame it on a factor of things not just the corona virus. I mean you saw him in the briefing room yesterday. Say that he believed part of it and might have had to do the latest democratic debate. Though of course the debate happened on Tuesday after the markets had already closed Monday and Tuesday but it certainly is the primary factor in what you're seeing is the president's response to this. It's really what drove him to replace Alex as art. The health and Human Services Secretary. Ask The leadership of this administration's response and put vice-president pence in charge in addition to him growing frustrated with him on other fronts but really it is the driving factor here and that is primarily because the president knows that the key to his reelection in November is going to be a strong economy and that is something he tells time and time again at rallies like the one he's having tomorrow in South Carolina is talking to voters about the economy. So you can expect likely more of that messaging coming from the president as this is something that they are trying to keep their eye on all right. Caitlin. Thank you very much out front now. Scott minored co-founder Global Chief Investment Officer Guggenheim Partners Dion Robin Markets Editor at axios Jim Bianco economic analyst and president of Bianco Research. So it's got you know. We talked when it was down nearly a thousand points now down significantly from there Well let's get worse. I think ultimately Aaron it will I mean I think for the moment we may have found some near-term support to give us some relief but You know as the virus continues to spread as it appears that pandemic is inevitable We've got significant more downside risk for stocks that. That's not what the people want to hear. Scott well people I think. Part of the problem is that they've been hearing different things right one thing from the CDC and the NIH another from the president Wh- What do you think for where we go from here? I kind of agree with Scott. I think if we start to see that this becomes a wider spread. Pandemic certainly looks that way. It's going to cause at has been a revaluation in the markets a revaluation of how businesses work whether or not we're going to see D- globalization whether or not we're gonNA see borders closed. Flights canceled whether or not we're going to see widespread school closings here like we just saw today. In Japan these are very destabilizing. Things for an economy and the fear is is that we can't stop this from coming here. Fortunately it hasn't yet we can hope but we don't know for sure I mean. Look you have the president saying he's calming the markets almost seemingly confounded by the fact that his words alone do not seem to be calming. But saying it's under control. It's fine and then of course you have The CDC saying a pandemic is inevitable that contradiction in and of itself. How troubling is that for for markets will look the the markets and folks at home regular folks at home one of the present to come on say something reassuring one to come out and say something that was going to come. Everyone's fears because what's holding this economy up right now is consumer spending. It's folks feeling good about the economy. Feeling good about the job market going out spending money restaurants bars the like When you when you have a situation like this what you need is the president to come out and deliver a message of strength but also when people can believe in one that can get people excited about doing our honest and forthright. And that's not what we got and we just heard from the CDC before the president spoke we heard about a new case of corona virus. Out In California. He spoke and people had to look at that press conference to say. I don't believe what's going on here. And that's part of the problems that I mean. There've been contradiction between what the president has been saying and what the medical experts have been saying. Here's just one example. This is last night on vaccines. Here's the president the vaccine just coming along well and speaking to the doctors. We think this is something that we can develop fairly rapidly now i. It's not the full inaccuracy of added. The implication that that gives to people right that there's going to be a vaccine To you know that means imminent when he says it that way most people but that is not what it actually means. Here's the head of infectious diseases for the CDC. On the exact same topic of vaccine at the earliest and efficacy trial would take an additional six to eight months so although this is the fastest we've have ever gone from a sequence of a virus to trial it still would not be any applicable to the epidemic. Unless we'd really wait about a year year and a half so the president says rapidly and a vaccine most people hearing it. Don't think a year or two a year and a half away. I think the president is trying to comfort people as much as he can. But you know it comes off like some of the comments. Herbert Hoover made that you know the stock market was fine. The economy was basically sound when we were on the brink of the depression. So there's sort of this credibility gap. I think the president has in this area and the more other experts come out and talk and the President says things that don't acknowledge how severe the problem is the bigger the credibility gap so Jim. At least twenty eight hundred people we understand have died globally from the corona virus. And obviously those numbers could be a bit different. You know. There's all kinds of reporting questions now. We don't necessarily even know who had it. But that's the number. We have in the swine flu outbreak. Which people may forgotten but it was in two thousand nine and there was a study from the CDC that said Up to five hundred seventy five thousand people could have died from that all right. Five hundred and seventy five thousand people right now. We're looking at twenty eight hundred. That was just a few years ago when that happened. Markets did fall initially but then a month later up eleven percent six months later up forty percent that was coming off a huge low for the market. I understand that but could we see a a similar bounceback this time. Only I think if we see that this disease is brought under control and somewhat contained or radic aided and I don't mean in the United States I mean everywhere else I think what's bothering markets more than just what's happening in the United States. Every day we get more stories out of Italy South Korea Iran now the rest of Europe as well too in Japan that their numbers are growing exponentially in terms of this disease the entire planet. Scott to get a hold of this disease not just the United States in order for there to be some comfort we have put together global supply chain with just in time. Inventory spread out all over the world. What we did not anticipate was something like this. That was just going to stop it in. Its tracks like it has in China and this is why it's become more of an economic story now than it did during swine flu. Two thousand nine or SARS in two thousand and three or anything before wasn't Amazon prime then and I and I I don't say that lightly at right people's view of of stability and comfort and daily life is which is getting what you want exactly when you order it It could impact on trump. Likes to take credit of any for the market. He views the stock market is a lynchpin of his success. Frankly and he says that is why he should be re-elected. Because he's the guy who brings the market up here is one of the reasons the stock market's gone up so much in the last few days is people think we're doing so well after when the election I think the stock market's going to boom like it's never boom before just like it did by the way after I won the last election. This is how he finds himself and look. That is the the risk you run the risk you take when you start. Putting everything on the stock market the stock market give it in the stock market. Taking the way can be very volatile. We've seen that obviously over the last three days we've seen right now what it looks like the fastest ten percent correction in the history of the market Over just the past six session so this is not something. That's a small thing to market clearly. Having a very major reaction and it doesn't seem like the president is helping things. And then you've got the Democrats now Bernie Sanders at all starting to pile on here pointing out the flaws in what trump's doing and that can't be open things either confidence. Scott before we go. I know you're on board advisory board the New York Fed Usually you don't have they don't call you about things. It's always linked to meetings. Have they called you about this call today and look they're gathering information You Know Chairman Powell. A lot of people don't realize this is hosting a conference this weekend with other central bankers from around the world in Europe There's going to be some kind of a discussion or statement regarding some sort of monetary coordination. That's not something the feds telling me. That's just my intuition. Based on what they were asking right obviously obviously would be a very significant For a lot of things time we've had something like that of course was the the great recession. We're GONNA try to say here is In some ways this is actually I think. Worse than the great recession so if the pandemic actually takes hold. We reached numbers that people are talking about. Perhaps a billion people infected It's going to disrupt the economy everywhere in the world. I thank you all very much and next a woman mysteriously contracting the Krona Virus Now the CDC is on the ground in California and they're trying to locate anyone who may have had contact with her But but hers. Her situation is a huge question. Mark as to whether this is a turning point for the epidemic in the United States and a Harvard epidemiologist who predicts up to seventy percent of the world's adults could become infected with corona virus is out front. He will explain exactly how he comes up with that number. And what it means. And he doesn't hold back when he's interviewing the Democratic candidates tonight radio.

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KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"california county" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A local headlines on talk radio five sixty KSFO the bay area outages are expected to start at noon today P. Jeannie has confirmed that eight hundred thousand customers across the thirty four California counties could be left in the dark this is all part of their attempts to avoid any of their equipment causing a wildfire as of now at least a hundred and eighty five thousand customers have no power in the east in the North Bay we have all the information about the outages and tips to make this a little easier available on our blog I KSFO dot com and an American Airlines flight attendant may have exposed passengers on a flight from San Francisco International Airport to hepatitis a flight was from SFO to Charlotte on September twenty first he had all the people on the flight have been contacted so far and they were able to confirm if they were already immune or a what a hepatitis scare hepatitis a so is that one that is transferred via the air this guy's breathing hacking up a lung or something like that we're able to you know it was a little bit more more disgusting unfortunately out more direct contact like some thing in the bathroom yes hello yes again this was the flight from SFO to Charlotte on September twenty first American Airlines apparently they've contacted everyone Amanda people's gusting people are already either immune getting vaccinated or getting treatment this is what was so blow Wednesday just ask I asked the questions about this situation that I want you asking about our power situation okay it was said the guy sneeze no he crafter peed something all right you really think you're gonna get this of the other news stations folks no you're not you're not and that beautiful note this traffic is sponsored by triple a.

"california county" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KTOK

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

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"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Noma was the California county that saw the most residents move out in twenty eighteen, but as KCBS is Meghan gold spe- reports one of the county supervisor says there's one big reason that this year may not be any better. That's because of an insurance deadline approaching this October says cinema county supervisor David rabbit a two year period of the twenty four month period when a homeowner's insurance policy for temporary housing expires you get twenty four months of temporary housing. So those folks who have lots who lost homes, but still have lots are trying to rebuild if they're not back in their homes at the twenty four month period, they're gonna be paying rent and a mortgage, which she says may be enough of a reason to leave. Altogether, stick as we get closer to that. You might see another shift of people making decisions maybe to sell properties sell the lot instead of rebuilding it because we're not gonna make that timeframe to try to get some money and move on her out, hopefully state local, but there's no guarantee, and I think just being realistic. We all we all know these things are on the horizon. Rabbit says the board has asked state legislators to try to extend that deadline, but they haven't been successful. So he says we want to do here. Locally is to make sure that the rebuilding could be as smooth as possible as quick as possible expedite everything. And again, I think we've done that. But there's there's so many other just human variables about people getting their homes rebuilt. Megan gold, speak KCBS cleanup is moving along impera dice, but many of those wanting to get back home or frustrated that it's taking so long KCBS. Veronica Carter tells us there's nothing. Easy about the process, thousands of homes and businesses burned and each one has to be cleaned and decontaminated paradise. Vice mayor Kim bolan says he does hear the complaints from people who want to go home but property owners need to let the process play out. We want to look at the long term and long term for health is the how this place claimed to have your lot claim you don't want your kids playing that stuff. If it isn't clean if it isn't right. He definitely has sympathetic ear for the evacuees who lost everything. So did he as a matter of fact, eighteen homes and his family were destroyed in November's fire? Let's take a deep breath. I know we want to hurry up. I wanna get up there. That's home paradise is home. And it's where I wanna be. Let's do the job, right? These guys are experts. They've done it before they know what needs to happen. Veronique Carter KCBS repairs and reinforcement.

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"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Noma was the California county that saw the most residents moved out in twenty eighteen but it's KCBS Meghan gold spe- reports. One of the county supervisors says, there's one big reason that this year may not be any better. That's because of an insurance deadline approaching this October says cinema county supervisor David rabbit a two year period of twenty four months period when a homeowner's insurance policy for temporary housing expires you get twenty four months of temporary housing. So those folks who have lots who lost homes, but still have Wasser trying to rebuild if they are not back in their homes at the twenty four month period, they're gonna be paying rent and a mortgage, which she says may be enough of a reason to leave altogether. And I think as we get closer to that you might see another shift of people making decisions maybe to sell properties sell the lot instead of rebuilding. Because they're not gonna make that timeframe to try to get some money and and move on her out. Hopefully state local, but there's no guarantee, and I think just being realistic. We all we all know these things are on the horizon. Rabbit says the board has asked state legislators to try to extend that deadline, but they haven't been successful. So he says we want to do here. Locally is to make sure that the rebuilding could be as smooth as possible as quick as possible expedite everything. And again, I think we've done that. But there's there's so many other just human variables about people getting their homes rebuilt. Megan gold, speak KCBS. We should know soon. Whether public schoolteachers in Oakland are a step closer to going out on strike the union that represents the teachers says they're wrapping up days of voting on a strike authorization. The final results will be announced Monday if the measure passes, then the union will be able to call a strike if it thinks it's necessary. KCBS news time eleven twelve sports is next week. We know you've been planning for Valentine's Day for weeks. But.

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"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Noma was the California county that saw the most residents move out in two thousand eighteen KCBS is Megan goals be reports. One of the county supervisor says there's one big reason that this year may not be any better. That's because of an insurance deadline approaching this October says cinema county supervisor David rabbit a two year period of the twenty four month period. When. Homeowner's insurance policy for temporary housing expires you get twenty four months of temporary housing. So those folks who have lots who lost homes soup, but still have lost trying to rebuild if they're not back in their homes at the twenty four month period, they're going to be paying rent and a mortgage, which she says may be enough of a reason to leave altogether. And I think as we get closer to that you might see another shift of people making decisions, maybe to sell properties sell the lot instead of rebuilding it because we're not gonna make that timeframe to try to get some money and and move on her out, hopefully, stay local, but there's no guarantee, and I think just being realistic. We all we all know these things are on the horizon. Rabbit says the board has asked state legislators to try to extend that deadline, but they haven't been successful. And so he says we want to do here. Locally is to make sure that the rebuilding could be as smooth as possible as quick as possible expedite everything. And again. And I think we've done that. But there's there's so many other just human variables about people getting their homes rebuilt. Megan gold, speak KCBS. Convicted arsonists who set cars on fire in multiple cities across contra Costa county has been sentenced to nineteen years in state prison James Bishop the third was arrested in may of two thousand seventeen after police discovered an increase in car fires and realized someone was using an accelerated to set those fires Bishop became a suspect when his car was spotted near the scene of a number of those fires was convicted of thirty one arson related felonies..

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"california county" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

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

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"california county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"california county" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Pro show county in Ventura, California county, welcome. Hi, hi. Thank you for taking my call. I wonder something very very important is my car, a salvage or vehicle. It was a beautiful vehicle with about five thousand dollars. I got hit on the freeway. I got rear ended and then my insurance company. Everybody calls it a salvage and it's not worth anything. Okay. My salad. So I guess I don't have a vehicle anymore. Even though I drive it. It's. Pige patrol car. I can't I can't do anything. It's not worth five anymore. What what what kind of vehicle is is Connie. Two thousand one minivans Voyager. Okay. And having miles were on it. About two hundred fifty thousand but I'll take good care of it. Yeah. But I mean, they've still got to pay your fair market value for you've you've got a clear title, right? Correct. When you settled with them. Then all you need to do is get busy looking for something to replace it with and hopefully something with lower knowledge older mini vans. Don't hold their value. Very well that's gonna work in your favorites. Excuse me, darling. But they say, no, no, no, there's nothing that can replace it. And I don't wanna replace it. I wanna keep it and I'm driving, but everybody calls it a salvage. It is if the damage is more than the value, then it is considered a total. And and you're not gonna be able to even if it weren't if even if you took the money to fix it. You're not gonna be able to get it fixed for that. And if you were able to find somebody that said, yeah, we could fix it for five thousand dollars. It would never be the same. It's just it's got too many miles to put that kind of money in get your insurance check from the insurance company, and and and look around for a Chrysler van dodge van. Something, you know, hopefully, again with fewer miles they're out there. And they are inexpensive. I have an article at my website, car pro USA dot com that you should read. It's it talks about on the FAQ page. It tells you how to deal with an insurance adjuster to make sure you get the right amount. That's.

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"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of california's most notorious prisons it's located in del nord county north of the bay area the us attorney's office in sacramento said seven hundred fifty law enforcement officers took part in the sweep in ten northern california counties officials say the drugrunners were directed by two inmate members of the northern structure prison gang who use smuggled cell phones to communicate from inside pelican bay new data from the national association of to show that san jose area ended 2017 as the most expensive in the country case cbs's mike hogan has more one point two seven million is the median price san jose saw the biggest yearoveryear price gained in 2017 up twenty six point four percent john pinto with realty world pinto at associates as a driving factor is lack of supply we've got under four hundred houses for cell in silicon valley that's old woeful inventory for the amount of demand pentos is the new tax laws really haven't had much of a negative impact the imbalance is driven by job growth high stock market low interest rates and high consumer confidence it's not driven by tax deductions the san francisco metro areas listed as a second most expensive housing market the silicon valley bureau why colgan kcbs san jose is making and other attempted finding and location for tiny homes for the homeless kcbs is matt bigler reports that one of the possible sites is near an area that was cleared of transients just last week tensson tarps haven't gone far from under a freeway overpass and san jose of simply move to the sidewalk this is now one of the areas the city is considering for a permanent homeless village made up of tiny homes out the onto onto him on on thranked effort jacqueline before case became emotional when she thought about the possibility of moving off the street a lot of us are very good cooper garnier perfect parent a mated with trying to survive the slight necessarily hartrodino sorry sorry loan but nearby businesses like this metal shop were concerned about blight and crime manual rodriguez says safety was his biggest worry i don't think is a good area to put an income in the right next to uh freeway and all front saw but homeless advocates argue tiny homes would get transients off the sidewalks it into a more sanitary environment the other two possible locations are a vat.

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"california county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"california county" Discussed on KOMO

"Central california county say they're looking for a possible cereal shooter ten cars reportedly have been hit in men's and fresno county is right now police say that it's just pure luck that nobody has been killed yet now the concern from police is not only that a motorist might get shot but that gunfire slamming into the vehicle might cause that vehicle to lose control police say they have very little to go on right now they're not even certain that that dark colored pickup truck is the vehicle they're looking for much less the identity of the person or people inside of it babies mac yachtmen oprah wants you to be on the lookout for scam artists impersonating her on social media and asking for money don't you not your dave accounts of personal information to anybody posing as me or anyone else for that matter and have a merry christmas the real over opposed to that message on instagram in phoenix demand getting off a flight with his family says southwest airlines falsely accused him of trafficking his own daughter the man is married with four daughters one of them has adopted from china and she's apparently the wanna caught the attention of a flight attendant who alerted the cops who were waiting for dad when he got off the plane southwest says it's attendance are trained to recognize behaviors that my indicate human trafficking in this case the airline is offering the family what it calls a heartfelt apology on wall street the dow is down thirty six points nasdaq down six this is abc news and this komo news in seattle is 1204 friday afternoon is here just before the big holiday weekend john nelson we have a major issue long seattle roadways do people not getting off to a good start for the holiday weekend we have a major collision that was blocking all the southbound lanes on the aurora bridge the good news is one lane is getting through southbound two lanes are getting through in the northbound direction fire and agentho till still on the scene there so hopefully they'll get things cleaned up and out of the way soon worth silicon at the plo going right now i five southbound shoreline through downtown seattle slow going through tacoma as well.

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