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Preliminary 3.3 magnitude quake jolts South Carolina
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Heavy fighting north of Kyiv, Russian forces press on
"Britain's defense ministry said heavy fighting continues north of Kiev as Russian forces press on with a stop stalled effort to encircle Ukraine's capital city in an update on social media the ministry says Russian forces advancing on the city from the northeast of schooled her troops advancing from the direction of hostile to the north west could be pushed back by fierce you craving in resistance it says the bulk of Russian forces are more than fifteen miles from the city center just officials add that despite the continued lack of progress Keith remains Russia's primary military objective and they're likely to prioritise attempts to encircle the city over the coming weeks Charles Taylor this month London
Ovechkin ties game, scores in shootout as Caps top 'Canes
"Washington for Alex so vets can scored the lone goal in the shootout lived in the capital city for three road win over the Carolina hurricanes trailing two one after the first period Carolina got back to back goals from Vincent Trocheck and Seth Jarvis to put the hurricanes ahead three to two in the third period VetScan scored on the power play with five all four remaining in the game to tie the score and force extra time it was a Vatican's thirty ninth goal of the season defenseman John Carlson said events can can always be counted on been there in a long time and I think everyone expects him to to spring loose and showcases Townson is shot Jarvis scored two goals for Carolina well believe anti rock to me thirty seven saves in the loss Dennis **** valley North Carolina
Opening Remarks: Volodymyr Zelenskyy Speaks to U.S. Congress
"The zelensky address to Congress underway, breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. Axios is calling it zelensky's shame on you tour. We're going to listen to the Ukrainian president who is addressing Congress. Let's take you to Capitol Hill. Good morning. Good morning, mister president, good morning, madam ambassador who is with us this morning, not in ambassador. Ambassador makarova. Mister president, it is my honor to present to you the Congress of the United States, which has great respect and admiration and appreciation for your courageous leadership. Members of Congress, I have the high privilege and distinct honor of presenting to you the president of Ukraine, Vladimir zelensky. So there's zelensky on a big screen and of course Congress giving him a standing ovation. His Nancy Pelosi practicing Ukraine. Thank you very much. Members of new Congress, ladies and gentlemen. Americans, Friends. I'm proud to greet you from Ukraine from our capital city of cave. City that is under missile.
Live updates: Suspected strike on Russian-held airport
"Russia stepped up its bombardment of Kiev as a series of strikes hit a residential neighborhood in the capital city a plume of smoke was seen rising over Weston KF office shrapnel from an artillery shell slammed into a twelve story apartment block obliterating the top floor I think nineteen the fire according to a statement and images released by the emergencies agency question forces have to intensified fighting in the suburbs and on a key highway heading west meanwhile Russia's defense ministry reports fighting near the separatist held eastern regions but is not commented on Russian military activity elsewhere I'm Charles the last month
Quiet night in Ukraine capital even as Russia tensions flare
"The fighting goes on around Ukraine's capital city as a delegation arrives for talks at the border of Belarus high level officials in the Ukrainian government have come to the border with Belarus to meet with the Russian delegation that as Russia's military assault on Ukraine is in its fifth day with fighting in the streets of the country's second largest city car keys and troops moving closer to the capital Keefe the Russian military's offered to allow residents a safe corridor to evacuate the capital city as it beefs up its forces for an onslaught tensions over Ukraine have escalated further after Russian president Vladimir Putin to put his nuclear forces on increased alert the US and some European countries have pledged to increase their deliveries of weapons to Ukraine including more stinger missiles and fighter jets along with crippling economic sanctions hi Jackie Quinn
Canadian Provinces Lift COVID Mandates After Trucker Protests
"Man. Freedom wins, Canadian provinces of provinces lift COVID mandates after trucker protests, so four Canadian provinces have moved to lift their COVID-19 restrictions as a massive protest by truckers continued blockades in Ottawa on Wednesday, and that's a paralyzing the capital city, which you guys know, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Prince Edward Island provinces have all announced plans to eliminate or roll back some or all measures, for instance, Alberta dropped its vaccine passport for places such as restaurants, immediately, and they're getting rid of mask at the end of the month. The moves came this week after a huge strong of truckers shut down
Canada's Convoy for Freedom Sends Trudeau Into Hiding
"The trucker convoy that has happened all across Canada is nothing short of miraculous. Traveling thousands of miles to the capital city of Ottawa, the Canadian truckers supported by millions of their fellow Canadians Walt straight into Ottawa to demand an end to the vaccine mandates. Now this has been covered if at all by the media as trying to propagandize you to believe that this is some sort of fringe minority. Justin Trudeau himself called this, a fringe group with unacceptable views. And you might wonder where is Justin Trudeau? Well, Justin Trudeau, despite being triple X, boosted and masking all the time, he has contracted COVID. It's funny how those vaccine mandates work. Justin Trudeau tweeted out. He said, I have COVID. Now go get vaccinated. Or so he says, maybe that's just an excuse not to address the people in the streets of Ottawa. Now what's happening in Canada is nothing short of a revival of the citizen. You see, the people need to be rulers of their civilization. Not subjects. It is the people who are the sovereign. The representatives like Justin Trudeau are supposed to serve at the will of the people. That paradigm has been upside down for quite some time. And Canada is a very interesting example, and Canada's no different, by the way, than San Francisco or Seattle or Portland or New York City in this regard, which is the very same hand that gives you the stimulus check. Is the same hand that will force the jab into your shoulder. The very same hand that will make you feel safe for the time being by locking everyone down at home is the same hand that will put a mask on your 6 year old
How Did Biden-Zelensky Call Go?
"President report Biden told zelensky Russian invasion of Ukraine was virtually certain the country's capital city Kyiv would be sacked And potentially even occupied by Russian forces within weeks Biden then reportedly informed his Ukrainian counterpart the U.S. would not be sending any advanced military equipment Why not Well what are we doing here What's the point Usual morons Are putting any boots on the ground to support Ukraine in the event of invasion by Russian forces I don't think we should send boots in the ground Did Reagan send boots on the ground to take out the Soviet Union No Just be smart A portion of the Jake tapper report on the subject ran live on CNN Detailing how poor the meeting was for Biden during the meeting zelensky allegedly told Biden to calm down When the U.S. president insisted that a Russian invasion was imminent Now look one of two things took place here Either the person who gave this information to CNN the constipated news network and fake tapper Absolutely head faked them Or is telling the truth and Biden his people are lying And I would bet on the latter But we need to get to the bottom of it We need to get to the bottom of it We gotta know what Biden said We gotta know
Soaring COVID-19 cases renew US debate over mask mandates
"The the covert covert nineteen nineteen case case surges surges renewing renewing the the nationwide nationwide debate debate over over masks masks any any math math is is better better than than no no mass mass CDC CDC cheaper cheaper cell cell Wilensky Wilensky says says the the best best type type is is the the one one you you will will actually actually wear wear no no one one you you can can keep keep on on all all day day long long that that you you can can tolerate tolerate in in public public indoor indoor settings settings and and tolerate tolerate where where you you need need to to wear wear at at the the White White House House says says it it strongly strongly considering considering options options for for making making a a high high quality quality masks masks available available to to all all Americans Americans but but decides decides which which one one to to wear wear the the debate debate again again centers centers on on whether whether to to require require them them especially especially in in schools schools from from Wyoming's Wyoming's capital capital city city to to the the university university of of Missouri Missouri mask mask mandates mandates are are being being lifted lifted or or voted voted out out the the university university of of Arizona Arizona though though now now it it requires requires medical medical grade grade masks masks be be worn worn indoors indoors where where there's there's no no social social distancing distancing Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
Sean Feucht on Saturating Washington DC in Prayer
"Us more about the prayers. The next day the white house all that kind of stuff. Yeah so this is our second year in a row doing this and one of the things we really try to do is is really saturate. The city of dc. It's a. I would call it. It's almost like a pilgrimage. For for believers you know going to the capital city of place of significance that affects every area of our life. And then going to to to to the places in that city that really need prayer so we went to the supreme court and last year we had the largest prayer meeting in ever in american history in front of the supreme court over three thousand people showed up in the rain and it was significant because it was on the eve of amy coney baron getting confirm two supreme court and actually since that prayer meeting every single religious liberties case. It's been brought against the church has been overturned in the supreme court. So that's amazing. Were undefeated since our last prayer so we gathered there on sunday morning and then we went to the white house after the after that and prayed and worshipped at the white house. Eric you're with me together. There and then we moved to the lincoln memorial and we did a prayer meeting there and then we convene for the grand finale on the national mall so we really we hit all areas of dc. We just saturate the city. I mean you could see lettuce worship dear. You know shirts and everything was everywhere. And it's just something that we really like to do. We're going to go and take over the city for a day. Fill it with prayer. Fill it with worship shift the narrative of what people think about that
Statue of Confederate Robert E. Lee Taken Down in Virginia
"One of America's biggest monuments to the confederacy has been taken down for more than a century twenty one foot statue of general Robert E. Lee towered over Virginia's capital city which also served as the confederacy's capital this morning a crowd of hundreds cheered as workers and Richmond removed the statue from its giant pedestal governor Ralph Northam ordered last summer that the statue come down after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis but the removal was tied up in courts until a recent ruling cleared the way for other Confederate statues along what's known as a monument Avenue were removed last year Sager Meg Downie Washington
US Embassy Alert Advises US Citizens Not to Go to Kabul Airport
"State Department's telling Americans waiting outside the Kabul airport in Afghanistan to leave the area over concerns of terror threats. The U. S embassy in Kabul, sending out an alert advising US citizens to avoid traveling to the capital city's airport, an advisory reading in part because of security threats outside the gates of Kabul airport. We are advising US citizens to avoid traveling to the airport and to avoid airport gates at this time unless you received individual instructions. From the U. S government representative to do so. The alert added. This U. S. Citizens who are at the Abbey Gate, East Gate, or Northgate now should leave immediately. The U. S embassy also warning Americans to follow the instructions of quote local authorities, which presumably would be the Taliban. The US evacuations are said to end tomorrow and it's estimated about 150 Americans are still in Kabul.
Taliban Militants Violently Disperse Rare Afghan Protest
"Taliban actions are being watched closely now that they've re taken power in Afghanistan with the signs are mixed and many remain skeptical the Taliban pledged to form an inclusive Islamic government and today they released a photograph of the delegation meeting with former president Hamid Karzai along with the head of Afghanistan's national reconciliation council the chief of Britain's defense staff general Sir Nick Carter says he sees a change they recognize that if of course the last twenty years Afghanistan has evolved Carter says they are keeping the streets of the capital city print com it was a different scene in the eastern city of Jalalabad the protesters took down the white Taliban flags and raised the black red and green national flag our system on some Taliban on the scenes firing into the air and beating the protesters with sticks local health officials said at least one person was killed and six wounded former NATO adviser Charlie Herbert says he doesn't trust the Taliban have changed that is simply no evidence that they have moderated in any shape or form they'll wait check that biting my time into relief couple and then the bloodletting will stocks I'm Ben Thomas
What Joe Biden Didn't Say About the Chaos in Afghanistan
"What joe biden. Didn't about the chaos in afghanistan by elena abramson and wj hennigan less than twenty four hours after the taliban sacked afghanistan's capital city of kabul. And a little more than a week after the militant group again a lightning offensive against regional capitals president. Joe biden has yet to offer an explanation for why his administration fails to anticipate an outcome that military and intelligence officials have predicted for years instead in his first public comments. Since the taliban seized full control of the country biden delivered a defiant nineteen minute speech in which he blamed the afghan military afghan leadership and the trump administration for the humanitarian disaster. Now playing out. I stand squarely behind my decision. He said but it was not the choice to pull out of afghanistan that critics have seized on after nearly twenty years of fighting across four presidential administrations without a winnable endgame insight biden's determination to wind down. The us in afghanistan was not the reason he finds himself facing the biggest foreign policy crisis of his presidency. Polls show that. Most americans agree with the decision to pull troops out. Biden ran on the policy which was set into motion by his predecessor. It was the way in which the biden administration conducted a withdrawal five months in the making that appears inexplicable. In hindsight the siding to first remove us forces aircraft and heavy weapons then close a constellation of airfields bases before finally evacuating at risk. Civilians has proved eight disastrous strategy. The move has left most people in washington scratching their heads. How did an administration led by a president with deep foreign policy experience. Misjudge the situation so
Biden Addresses Crisis in Afghanistan
"Building. It was never supposed to be creating a unified, centralized democracy. President Biden addressing the crisis in Afghanistan, That's right, Scott. We had that live for you yesterday as Biden returned to the White House from Camp David early to speak to the nation. The Taliban effectively gained control of the capital city after the Afghan president fled the country U. S forces that already drawn down during the Trump administration from roughly 15,500 American forces. 2500 troops in country. The president cited the quick collapse of Afghan security forces and said the U. S. Could not provide them the will to fight sharp criticism by Republicans for the Taliban takeover and Biden's reaction. Here's Senator Marco Rubio. They operated under assumptions that we're completely ridiculous. The assumption was well what if the Afghans stand up and fight and really push back? If you make those assumptions, Yeah, they could have held on for another six months or a year. But all the indications were that as soon as the US announced they were leaving, police officers would abandon post. Regular armed forces would abandon post and leaders would abandon the country. That is exactly what happened is what they were told that they were warned. What happened? They didn't care, and now we see the consequences of it. U. S military troops have maintained control of the Kabul airport, but the situation is chaotic as thousands of Afghans try to flee the country. This is W. De vo, where
Three Killed at Kabul’s Airport Amid Effort to Flee Taliban
"We begin this morning in afghanistan on your firm. The taliban claimed victory sunday after sweeping unopposed into the capital city of kabul president. Ashraf ghani fled abroad. Police deserted their posts and the afghan government collapsed now in chaotic scenes. The us along with western diplomats and thousands of afghans are trying to get out on sunday secretary of state. Antony blinken told abc news. This week with george stephanopoulos that the withdrawal would happen in a safe and orderly fashion. We're working to make sure that our personnel are safe and secure were relocating The men and women of our embassy to location at the airport this morning at least three people were killed by gunfire at the passenger terminal of kabul's international airport officials at the us central command. Were immediately available for
Taliban Takes Over Major Cities in Afghanistan
"Taliban militants have reached Kabul and a Taliban spokesman says the negotiators have gone to the presidential palace. And for a peaceful transfer of power in the capital city that the Taliban have gained control of every major Afghan city and province in just a matter of weeks. Former deputy U. N envoy for Afghanistan Peter Galbraith says he's shocked by the Taliban's advance expected that the Taliban would be able to take control of the South. That's the traditional Pashtun areas. But the rapid collapse and their total victory in the north I think is just shocking and it doesn't augur well for what's going to happen in Kabul and President Biden has authorized ending in 5000 troops to help evacuate personnel from the U. S embassy in Kabul along with Afghan visa seekers. Military helicopters. They were seen landing at the US Embassy today. This Kabul resident says she's not afraid of a possible Taliban takeover of the identify Me I will not care about you. I will not care about what actually be scared of. This is my homeland Milland and be sure to stay
"capital city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good morning and thank you for joining us. It's 7 30. Thursday, July 15th time. Gnr Siriano and for Sam Shane. I'm Christina Mendoza. It is July. 15th. Yes, and three dozen fires are burning throughout the west right now, and in California, the flames are moving at a record pace. The flood at the border has border control, turning away more migrants than at any time in the last decade and a sunscreen recall. Over concerns of a chemical that can cause cancer. We're going to talk about that as well. But first, let's get outside and check traffic for you were in the thick of the morning commute. How does it look out there? Brian? Actually pretty light considering we are in the thick of the morning commute. This report is right by Ashley Home store. No accidents to report that a little slowing in the capital spots. One is North Town. 99 it Sheldon Road. The other one is westbound. I 80 as you head out across the causeway brief spot A heavy stuff at West Capital some mild stuff off and on until you get past child's road. Black Friday in July Preview the greatest sale in history at Ashley Home Store take 50% off last five years. Interest free financing only it Ashley Home story. Ashley home store dot com. This is home. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Sunshine today and quite nice with the gusty breeze in the afternoon or high 83 to 87 for tonight mainly clear and cool, Low 53 to 57. Right and sunny tomorrow and very warm at the high of 88 to 92.
"capital city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good morning to you. 7 30 on this Friday, July 2nd time. Christina Madonsela. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending at this hour. There are new numbers out this morning that showed the murder rate in California has skyrocketed. The new campaign to bury hundreds of miles of high risk overhead power lines. Also this morning, there's a new poll out that ranks presidential leadership that and more straight ahead. Let's get onto the roads and checking with Ryan Nobles. When we do have an accident reported westbound. I 80 across the top of town. This reports brought you by Meineke car care centers. This is at Norwood, maybe at the off ramp. Apparently somebody careened across all the lanes and went off the roadway down the embankment. Also, apparently car got some air somewhere along the way as well. Others have stopped to help out, so there's a lot of activity that's going on West found. I 80 looks like this is being described as that Norwood looks like it's a little bit to east of Real Linda Boulevard. But nonetheless, there is a spot of slowing starting to build. There is your car Is road ready as you are? Stop by your independently owned and operated Meineke your one stop shop for total car care. Make an appointment today for your free road trip. Check at participating locations. See store for details. Engine brakes, tires, oil, Meineke doing car care, right Traffic on the tent, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the white Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk. Mostly sunny today is very warm this afternoon with a high of 92 to 96 clear tonight 58 to 62.
"capital city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I'm Dave Packer. A multi state manhunt has ended yesterday. We got a break. Yesterday he ran across. He was seen running across Highway nine. The suspect in at least four murders across South Carolina and Missouri now in custody. Chester County, South Carolina Sheriff Max Dorsey says Tyler Terry was out of options. I believe he was certainly ready to run, but he was just he was surrounded. And he had nowhere to go. No shots fired Is Terry was apprehended as Corona virus infection rates fall, the nation's largest school district will see the end of the zoom class in September. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio see public schools will fully reopened in September. Every single child I'll be back in the classroom on the heels of New York, announcing full time on campus learning will resume this fall. Now, Los Angeles is saying the same in the fall L. A schools will be full day, five days a week. Superintendent Austin Buechner indicates a school day will not be totally normal. We expect students and staff will continue wear masks until more Children have been vaccinated. L A will also offer online virtual learning for students whose parents decide it's not yet safe for them to return in the fall. Alex Stone, ABC News Los Stangeland. Covert infection rates have fallen as vaccination rates have gone up, health experts saying of 70% of Americans get vaccinated, We can get back to normal Ohio, joining states offering a lottery to convince those on the fence about getting the Japs Since the announcement of the prize, the State Health Department says there's been a 53% increase in vaccinations. Potentially rare heart enlargement condition has been observed in a handful of Israelis who've received a covert 19 vaccine. But, says Dr Richard Besser, president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, From my perspective, the risk of cove It is so much greater than any theoretical risk from the vaccine. I would say, go ahead so we can get our lives back to what we want them to be. Health experts say that condition can also happen on those who get covert 19. You're listening to ABC news. California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John Berman. Isaiah 10 02 with your top local stories. California Public health officials vow they will lift covert 19 restrictions on June 15th. Here's Governor Newsome, Special adviser Deedee Myers on what businesses can look forward to next announced a new set of tools for employers to both connect them with community partners who are back sitting but also to provide mobile pop up. Actually inside at work places, Meyer says. Easing the economic restrictions does increase the risk that more people will get Cove it. But the best way to reduce that risk is by vaccinating more people now and after June 15th as well a Stockton civic leaders facing child sex abuse charges. Sami Nunez is the founder of the Fathers and Families of San Joaquin, now nonprofit sheriff's office jail log shows he was arrested on a warrant relating to continuous sexual abuse of a child under 10. Nunez is now in the San Joaquin County jail and is due in court Tuesday. The nonprofit published a statement saying he is no longer employed with them and volunteers are cleaning up after a resource center for people with down syndrome was vandalized over the weekend. Gigi's Playhouse. Sacramento was defaced less than a week after its grand opening when somebody wrote Hate speech on three large window images. The center in Roseville is 100%. Funded by donations and mostly run by volunteers. The Playhouse provides free therapeutic and educational programs for people of all ages Managing Down syndrome. Traffic and weather together. Here's Brian Nobles looking pretty good. As far as any accidents on our freeways. All of those either gone or in the final clearing stages, just little slowing remaining west on I 80 justice you hand out across the causeway brief spot of a north bound by five. Around the curve and highway 99 if you headed toward the airport, trapped on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap trust traffic center news 93.1 kfbk. Mostly sunny today and warm this afternoon with a high of 85 to 89, then mainly clear tonight, little over 54 to 58.
"capital city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From California's Capital City, This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK 5 30 Bottom of the hour. Good morning. I'm Sam Shane. I'm Christina and don say, Here are the stories that are trending this half hour, banning all appliances to fight climate change the city in California considering this new proposal, also in the news this morning to college students from the Bay Area getting life In an Italian prison for killing a police officer in that country and Amazons getting fined $41,000 for failing to record covert 19 cases at a facility in California. For the story. Straight ahead first. Let's get outside traffic, Brian Nobles. This report is brought to you by Cal Fire. Got a couple of things going on. One is Sam found Sunrise Boulevard a winding way. Got a rollover accident. They're the right lane apparently is open. The others are blocked on the eastbound cap. City Freeway at P Street got rollover accident One vehicle came to rest on its roof too. Right Lanes of life. Their traffic backed up the highway. 50 also last time around you told you things were good on highway 6 80 getting through the east face. Not right now. Now we have a car. Fire on us on highway 6 80 at the treat Offering traffic's backed up about halfway to concrete wildfire can destroy your home. Don't wait until it's too late. Installed Fire ignition resistant materials to your roof vents, Windows deck fence and more unfair for wildfire. Harden your home now learn more from count. Fired at ready for wildfire dot organ trafficking understands every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap Trust Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Plenty of sunshine Today it'll be breezy and not as warm this Afternoon with a high of 82 to 86 greasy into the evening hours and patchy clouds overnight with a low of 49 53 mostly sunny.
"capital city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. A thirties of time. Thanks for being here. I'm Sam. Shane. I'm Christina in. Don say you're here with the cave became morning news thieves and prison inmate stole $11 billion from California's unemployment agency. New scathing report is out on how they got away with him. There is a new plan to roll out covert 19 vaccine in California, who will be moving to the front of the line Organizers of the effort to recall Governor Newsome gather enough signatures. What's next? When might there be an election? We're going to go deeper on that in 15 minutes first, let's get outside and get a check on traffic. Has been very blustery with a lot of stuff on the road. Here's Ryan Nobles. Yeah, this report is right by the Roseville autumn all I didn't tell you about problems around the Sacramento area. Now I five is problematic. All up and down the state. We have closure as well to the north of us off near up near the Red Bluff area. Also, I five over the great mine is shut down due to snow Locally. Sound down five is shut down. From Woodland all the way to County Road. 22 do too, And now we understand this money is for big rigs overturned along the way they're they're calling for big rig goes for that You'll have to take highway 1 13 80 in Davis to get into Sacramento and highway 99 backed up in both directions. Do the roadway flooding at 47th son found side backed up to 50 North bound side all the way back to Sheldon start the year outed by saving thousands during the giant factory certified sales event at the Roseville autumn, all 17 in dealer's 20 brands offer you unbelieving. Uprising of the largest selection that certified pre owned vehicles in Northern California. The Rose Noelle autumn all driven to be the best traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Man, Here's your forecast for the next three days. We're looking at rain in the valley and snow in the high country through today, tomorrow and into Friday. It is will let up, we're told by mid Friday..
"capital city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Phone use Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. It is 6 30. I'm Kelly Ryan in for Kitty O'Neil With kfbk afternoon news here. The stories now trending on news 93.1 kfbk. The Dow Jones industrial Average stay breaking 30,000 for the first time on record, more restrictions being placed on Californians. Today, We'll tell you about those coming up, plus a nearby real estate market is booming. We're going to tell you why, but first traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. You're staying ahead. I do at your local Toyota dealers, and we have ahead run no injury south that I five Richards Boulevard, the offering said. It also quieted with two other vehicles, possibly still on the freeway. CHP is going to go check it out again. It's About my five Richards Boulevard. The off ramp there, keep an eye out of your coming into the downtown area. Toyota's mission Incredible sales event is in motion just announced. Get 2000 Cash back on 2021 Corolla Hybrid or 2000 Cash back on 2020 camera. Toyota, Let's go Places, Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 kfbk. Night we'll see Partly cloudy skies It'll be seasonably cool alot of 42 to 46 Tonight tomorrow partly sunny skies with a high of 60 to 64 Tomorrow Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, Plenty of sunshine. It'll be breezy with a high of 62 to 66 Thanksgiving Day. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk in this weather brought to you by Bell Brothers. Right now. It's 52 degrees in Carmichael. It's 54 degrees in Rocklin and 52 degrees in Yuba City. Your top local story.
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"News Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good morning to you with a 7 30 as we're kicking off this week, Monday, October 5th I'm Christina Madonna. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending at this hour. This could be the day President Trump leaves the hospital and returns to the White House will have more on what we're being told. At this hour. There is no disguising it how Airbnb is cracking down on Halloween parties and brutal tweets that are aimed at President Trump How Twitter is stepping in to stop it. That and more straight ahead. Let's get out to the roads right now. Brian Nobles. Good morning, Brian. Good morning Got a couple of surface story concerns of the sports writer by the Caltrans I five h O V. Project. One is in antelope in a residential neighborhood Little ride Drive at Black Bear drive that what's being described as a vehicle versus house intimate and ambulances responding there also vehicle versus bicyclist since in the north of Avenue at how evidence fairly somebody opened the door to the vehicle in the bicycle writer smack right into it, and ambulances headed there is well Starting this Friday night through the weekend, multiple on and off ramp will be closed along I five in Sacramento. Next fixed sack 5 to 81257 Realty. I'm project but it's over. Visit picks act dot com Sales traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Sunshine Today and easy with smoke in the air and a high of 89 93 Tonight will be clear and easy with a little 51 to 55. Sunshine tomorrow and quite warm in the afternoon with a high of 91 95 Cuban meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk Alright, son is up, and currently it is 57 degrees outside Sacramento. Moderate air quality of 52. Out of the stories trending on this Monday morning. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows this morning says he's optimistic President Trump will be released from Walter Reed Medical Center and will return to the White House later today. The president has spent four days in the hospital after testing positive for covert 19 last week. More on this developing story shortly. But other news for you this morning evacuation orders are being lifted in the wine country. WILDFIRES News 93.1 KFBK Continuing coverage, Calistoga residents are finally being allowed to return to their homes. The glass fire evacuation order that covered the entire city of Calistoga and parts of Sonoma County was lifted overnight. The order had lasted six days. Residents of Oakmont Ken would and communities along Porter Creek Road are also allowed to return. Napa Valley's oldest winery, Charles Krug Winery, partnering with P. Jeannie to establish what's known as a base camp, But they're.
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"From California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Byrne. I Z at 3 30 with your top stories. WILDFIRES News 93.1 KFBK Continuing coverage. President Donald Trump in Sacramento today, meeting with state and local leaders about the wildfires in California. Trump struck a friendly tone with Governor Gavin Newsom during the briefing, despite clashing with him on issues in the past. I want to thank the governor for the job is done. We've had great coordination, great relationship. I know we come from different sides of the planet, but we actually have a very good relationship. The president repeated that he believes poor forest management is to blame for the devastating wildfires, which now include the largest in state history. Newsom says there are a result of climate change, but acknowledged forests in California need to be maintained Better. Joe Biden says people are suffering the effects of climate change because there's no national strategy during a campaign stop in Delaware today, he said, climate change doesn't discriminate, he argued. The choice is either to address it or ignore facts like he said. President Trump does And Cal Fire is reporting that 16,500 firefighters are currently on the lines nationwide are statewide there 28 major wildfires blazing their way through California. So far, fires have scorched over 2.8 million acres. Traffic and weather together. Let's check in with Dana has my batteries, plus bulbs and right now, South bound 99 47th Avenue East, off two car crash and vehicle.
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"From California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon 1 30. I'm Dana heads with your Tom stories and a day of excitement in big chunks of the state where Corona virus rules are being loosened somewhat. A bee sees Steve I'm sorry. Alex Stone has more beginning today. In many areas of California barbershops and hair salons could begin operating indoors again, and malls and retail can reopen a 25% of capacity. Marco published as it's going to be nice to go inside to get a haircut. We've had hot weather and smoky weather. And I mean, I think there's a lot of pent up excitement for us to me honestly, to feel a little bit normal again. It's all part of a new framework in California for what could be open and closed like stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles In time, Joe Biden says President Trump failed to protect America and is now trying to scare the country that was part of the Democratic presidential nominee. Speak In Pittsburgh today, he attacked Trump's handling of the recent protests and pandemic mostly lower closes. Wall Street crabs have a strong month, DowJones Industrial felt 223 points to 28 4. 30 S and P. 500 lost seven points to end the session at 3500 as that gained 79 points to 11 7 75. Traffic and weather together brought to you by batteries, plus bulbs. We have a non injury collision that looks like there's furniture in the slow lane is that may have fallen after the collection. This is nothing like five. Some this river be careful.
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"Capital city's saw rampant looting and vandalism as protests continue in the wake of the killing of George Floyd rumors have started circulating about residential areas being targeted for for burglaries looting and more however police departments are taking to social media to assure residents they can rest easy KPK Salem Martin has more posts on Twitter Facebook and nextdoor indicate suburban residents are in fear of violence preaching into their neighborhoods and homes worried their property is now at risk in Oak Grove residents warn each other to look out for abnormal stacks of rocks in groups of ninjas however several police departments across the Sacramento area sure the residents that most of these threats are nothing but rumors tweets from fulsome PD and Roseville PD are just some of the numerous outlets informing residents they are monitoring the situation assuring residents can relax overall local police departments comfort suburbanites saying they are safe and any legitimate threats will be dealt with appropriately Taylor Martin news nine three point one KFBK and we'll be sure to give you any breaking news from the departments here on K. F. B. K. if anything is substantiated it's four thirty two governor news and this afternoon's spending his day cleaning up after the looting and vandalism that took place in downtown Sacramento he was scrubbing paint from the peace officers memorial with kids who volunteered to help janitor Newsome says volunteers from all walks of life have been helping restore Sacramento people stepping up what inspires and livens open conference this I'm out for you so I I'm not here just to connect with that and expressed gratitude and appreciation meantime mayor Darrell Steinberg and the city council is calling for a curfew to continue in the city tonight eight PM to five AM it's four thirty three at KPK just getting this in Sacramento county is officially declared a state of emergency so now the county can receive deployment of National Guard troops county wide to assist with local law enforcement agencies that proclamation goes into effect retroactively to may thirtieth the board of supervisors will hold a meeting Thursday morning to confirm and ratify the proclamation as of now these county of Sacramento has not declared a curfew but they are now officially declaring a state of emergency efforts remain underway in Los Angeles this afternoon to stop the looting and vandalism ABC's Alex stone is in Los Angeles in Hollywood residents around cleaning up broken glass in helping to board up buildings after another night of violence including bands of looters work together breaking into Hollywood shops police here say a night time curfew will remain in place allowing them to arrest anybody who's out after six PM and that is A. B. C.'s Alec stone in other news the California Supreme Court will listen to the appeal of convicted killer Scott Peterson today the Modesto man was found guilty in two thousand four of killing his wife lady laci Peterson and their unborn son your sins attorney lera this S. dances that media attention on the trial played a role in the conviction he was hated and convicted in the media before the case was before the jury okay before we even started dating even they hadn't really followed the case of course is we thought they had he just made up their minds she says he's not guilty and she's worked closely with Peterson to prepare an appeal this afternoon they are seeking to reverse his death sentence it's four thirty five at KPK let's get caught up in this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one.
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"I'm forty the capital city of Virginia is about to be the site of a major Monday gun rights rally and there's been serious tension ahead of time governor Ralph northern has declared a state of emergency he is banning weapons from the state capitol building and grounds state courts have upheld that we get more from Richmond CBS news correspondent Jeff for gays seven members of the white supremacist group the base were arrested in Wisconsin Georgia Maryland and Delaware investigators believe three of the men were heading to the rally in Virginia state officials say they want to avoid another short with in two thousand seventeen the unite the right rally ended in the death of counter protester heather higher and there was gonna violence in the capital of Hawaii on Sunday a man shot and killed two police officers who were responding to a call for help the woman who is believed to have made that call was found stabbed then there was a set fire that engulfed the whole Honolulu neighborhood fire chief Manuel nervously at seven units seven homes totally destroyed and multiple others with fire or smoke damage there are people missing two women and a man believed to have done the shooting and the fire not a Washington ahead of the Tuesday Senate trial on the removal of the presidents and chancellors are previewing their impeachment defense with the assertion the charges against him were simply invalid Democrats dismissed that is nonsense as both sides sharpen their arguments for trial Mr trump announced the impeachment process during a speech to farmers in Austin Texas we're achieving what no administration has ever achieved before and what do I get out of it tell me I get impeached that's when I get out of Nancy Pelosi says no matter what happens Mr trump will be impeached forever Sam lead singer CBS news space news of SpaceX company head honcho ing on more on our server fired up this is great there was really great after SpaceX successfully completed the last big test of its crew capsule before starting to launch astronauts in the next few months they mimicked an emergency launch escape F. L. playoff Joe book of foxsports calling the NFC title game between the forty Niners impact.
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"Capital city depends on news radio six ten W. ET and Columbus hard radio station it is five o'clock thank you for listening to the market place or show very glad you're here we're ready to join Elsa white in the newsroom with today's top story Ohio to soon have a database to track stolen gun first let's check traffic weather every ten minutes on the tense sometimes star heating and cooling products seventy east remained close to seventy one north John he unfortunately they're still working with this accident scene the good news is the records have been working here for most of the four o'clock hour right now all seventy east traffic forced to get off on the seventy one north and normally you'd have two lanes to do that you're down to a single lane there as well so the backup begins before at three fifteen it also begins on three fifteen south on seventy one north approaching seventy east of be prepared for extra time here think about six seventy east to seventy one south back to seventy as a detour couple other accidents zing stopping worked on main street between Bryce and rose to although that travels to be improving a sixty two is still closed just north of the looking Franklin County line near I near Fancher road from an active you can use for answering Tippit as a detour traffic sponsored by Ohio health rehabilitation hospital as it near a rehabilitation leader Ohio health rehabilitation hospital is integrating robotic exoskeleton technology to help stroke and spinal cord injury patients walk again Ohio health rehabilitation hospital for more info visit awhile health there's rehab dot com traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens power by Tim start custom air yes updated five ten not Johnny healed newsradio six ten WTVN will start out with some clear skies but the clouds a role in over night little patchy frost possible low down to twenty seven Tuesday is mild were cloudy forty.
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"Ohio's capital city depends on six you're listening to the best of the mark Levin show happy thanksgiving you know if you think about it it's very strange the one hand they keep talking about impeachment they're they're hyping tomorrow's hearing the media are hyping tomorrow's hearing what will this one say this guy said this according to the transcript that was linked to this guy and this guy hi hi pipe pipe so why the Democrats worried about any other nominees potential nominees Mister but is I don't understand if they're going to impeach the president why are they worried that any of the Democrats but none of them can be a you get my point in other words why are we doing this he's not going to be removed by the Senate this is not prove my point folks that this has always been about twenty twenty trying to destroy the president you and I subsidizing opposition research is the Democrat party has hijacked the impeachment process using its power using state attorneys general all over the country and local D. A.'s to join in in their attack imagine but there a few other things I want to talk about tonight something greatly historic took place and I'm gonna call this as I see it Donald Trump has not only been a great president of this country I mean every second that we loose in his presidency because of dealing with stuff like this Russia collusion Mahler investigation Nadler investigation now Adam Schiff U. crane investigation it's all intended to burden him handicap him make him an effective which hurts the Republic but they don't care about the Republic they don't care about the country to party first I've said this over and over and over again when you look at the regime's whether China are any of these other sort of calm minister pseudo communist or neo communist regimes I communist wanna be regimes it's party first because it's the party through which you control the government the country the people you can't just say you're for the people for the government and in our country the Democrat party in the federal government for the most part one the same thing except the good parts the federal government like the military and suffer but you get my point the massive bureaucracy is overwhelmingly Democrat and they are there to try and create more Democrats they are there to redistribute your wealth to Democrats they're there to open your borders to future Democrats they're there to punish Republican constituent groups so they attacked business right or they attack individualism a tac to military law enforcement and on and on and on so I look at Adam Schiff who has as its purpose to destroy Donald Trump to destroy him Adam Schiff says he's pro Israel Adam Schiff says he's just I'm Jewish to DOT market okay well over on the Senate side the Democrat leader Chuck Schumer one of the most vile people Yarber meet I'm told because he won't come on my shows either had nothing but praise for Barack Obama who took the greatest step towards the destruction of Israel of any president the United States but is nothing but the deepest contempt for president trump you know the record president trump when it comes to Israel and in fact when it comes to the Jewish community it's not matched by any president before him Republican or Democrat I'm sorry justice and Franklin Roosevelt was an anti semite this is difficult for people of thanksgiving is only days away ladies and gentleman last chance to.
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"Off to determine whether in fact there was a heart attack or just an arterial blockage or wet so maybe it's not so much the candidate the campaign being reticent as much as just a waiting the and and fill out the the various musical roles of whatever performance you're putting on an and I mean it's it really is something that I up it's probably perspective but from the musicians perspective when you have an orchestra and choruses with there's just not enough room at the UNITARIAN church to do it performance last year and he even there you you definitely fill the alter the the you know it was it was a it was a it seemed to be a good space for you and there was a lot of extra room but they but it's you were able to fill it up and fill it up with sound and that was quite a quite quite something so it's it's sheer pleasure there and the little tiny little capital city of Montpellier now can you you lived in my for a number of you ears you A few years ago I moved over to Addison County is that right I did but I'll tell you my heart still lies in Montpellier I will I think think of Montpellier is home but I met a guy that we got married he he he teaches at Middlebury College and you know he's the guy with the with the real job so if somebody was going to have to move it with me and you know we we make compromises in our lives there's a lot that I love about being in the Champlain Valley and of course about being with my wonderful husband but I guess now I feel like have two homes but you know I lived in Montpellier for for a long time raised my son there and you know he went through the whole school system with your son James that's true and So Montpellier is is so special to me and I always feel like every time I arrive there I'm back home again and you know the the So are you putting on concerts very often in the military area or I know you do in Burlington some But are you are you getting a presence over there yeah not nearly as often as as Montpellier area it somewhat in fact we did a concert I did a concert with pianist ianna fanning and cellist Yuka Davidoff back in August the beautiful Performing Arts Center Middlebury College which was kind of a smaller version of the concert I mentioned before the pictures at an exhibition concert uh-huh and we performed the piece I mentioned what the projections of the images by National Geographic photographer. James Blair that was an early August and we packed the place so so that was wonderful I I I do love playing in the in the all their at Middlebury College it's it's great place with an amazing piano I haven't actually headed had the pleasure of taking a musical event there maybe love to travel over there weights and and that sounds like sounds like quite something and and the so you're you're sort of I don't know coastal now yes between Montpellier and and and Addison County but the certainly my failure is still alive like guarding you jealously so that's I you know there was a a a review I think that Jim Lowe from the Times I just did last year and he referred to me as Montpellier's flash cornwall flutist Karen Kevin and I love that because that's that's actually right we'll get will always be that way have will travel or something like that so that yeah but the well I I guess you're your own story is something that is not all that uncommon in Vermont people do move around and travel quite a bit and have to as he put it compromises about where they're gonna live and they're going to work and all that stuff so it's a few more miles on the car I gather but that's that's just the way it goes around here so yeah it is fine I drive I drive a little Fiat a Seattle five hundred and on averaging about forty two miles per gallon over the life of car so wow that's pretty pretty well that's not that's not bad at all well cared cover I I wish you continued safe travels around reminded and many many more concerts to calm this is this is going to be a I'm sure a brilliant performance on the nineteenth and twentieth and eighteenth at senior Guston's Church in my view the twentieth in it's a it's an afternoon performance a matinee yeah three o'clock Saint Paul's Cathedral in Burlington correct that's right and there's all kinds of information at our website tickets can be ordered their mind tickets can also be purchased In person with a checker ashby books in Montpellier but for folks who are interested in checking out our website and learning more about the programs and the musicians they can go to capital city concerts dot org it's great website I was looking at it this morning and is a lot of great information there so I do recommend it he cared gotta go to the top of the hour here I thank you very much for joining me this morning it's always great talking with you and I I don't know why do you say break elected musicians I know actors and so on but to me because they have a habit of doing that I will say that you can use the French alternative French alternative has that go oh I you can it's not something I think the okay well full allow aright boy got it hey thanks Karen we'll talk soon blocking all righty hey we're going to go to a little. 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"Here in a slum on the outskirts of Venezuela's capital city, a couple of pounds of vegetables could cost you a month's salary. It means that can hardly sell a sack of potatoes in a month. So they sit here sprouting. Venezuela. She says his poor President Nicolas Maduro has left it in ruins twenty years ago. What you have is swept into power and immediately began giving to the country's poor. They received boxes of food. He built sky rises full of affordable housing, Nick. Matt Evans worked for Chavis. You win. Charlie Venezuelans lived large at the same time says Evans Venezuela was a deeply divided country, the popular class, love Chavez and the upper classes disagreed with a socialist policies eventually, especially after Chavez's death in two thousand thirteen the government's mismanagement and corruption caught up to the economy. The price of oil fell production fell in skyrocketed and Evans says every single Venezuelan has suffered the consequences. Bye. Bye. It also voting in the middle class disappeared and everyone became poor no one he says can live off their salary and suddenly Evans says Venezuela has become United. He like, many others. He says is no longer HIV STA. But in the town of decades about forty five minutes from the capital Caracas. I do find some hard choppy steps you'd think Automic. Dole. It got Emilio is seventy and he shows me all the socialist party ID's. He's held over the years. My before Chavis came around politicians wouldn't even spit at the people in this poor hilltop neighborhood. He says after Chavez they got a box full of food every month and just two days ago. He says the government handed them a special six dollar bonus. Da da hold cycle. If the revolution comes to an end, he says so will that help, but let says his kids went to school because of the socialist revolution, he's thankful, and if the US conspires to try to topple this government. He says he's happy to pick up a rifle mobile rabble Chevy small is not dead. He says, but as I move across the neighborhood, there is a mural of Chavez that has been painted over with the word bandit. I need be smarter. Only gives me her first name to talk about politics at first. She says she supports president. Mobuto? But then we start talking about how hard it is to feed a family on a teacher salary. Here. And I'm it's hard and she's gotten very creative. She winces. She tells me that her only boy is about to leave to Columbia to look for a better place to live. I asked her then why do you support the government? She whispers that her landlord is a Chevy stop. And if she talks against the government, she'll get kicked out. But she tells me what she really wants is for the government to go. She's done eight. Walter NPR news got.
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"The capital city spent those costs included officials spouses attending Illinois municipal league executive director Brad called defended. Spouses, attending, sometimes the spouse gets just as much information as the elected official at at home when they're hearing from their friends and neighbors and the people that are being represented Cole said spouses, get special rate to attend messages seeking comment from the sermon officials who took spouses, we're not returned state Representative Tim Butler said it may be hard to justify spending tax dollars for spouses to attend the. Conference. There's nothing wrong with taking taking your spouse. I don't I don't have a problem with that. My wife joins me of things, but we make sure that those are not paid for with with government funds. So I think that's that's probably the number one time and a freshman democratic state Representative is filing discrimination charges against house speaker Michael Madigan after she says he sent women lawmakers after her to vote for him as speaker colada Bach has this story Naperville democrat and Stephen Murray has yet to be sworn into office, but says she's been the victim of workplace harassment three times. So she's filing discrimination charges with state and federal agencies against the speaker in the days leading up to the democratic vote to support Madigan for reelection to speaker. She says other Democrats called her trying for hours to get her to support Madigan again with what sounded like prepared talking points. Manipulating are there to make them call me, and it's clear when a central scraps really calling a spokesman for Madigan could not be reached for comment. Stephen Murray says she's not running for US Senate in twenty twenty a seat held by dick Durbin in part because of the toxic environment in Springfield. But also to keep the seat elected rather than appointed. I actually prefer. Running the race now enforcing democracy. Now. I'm cool Lauterbach. Those are the top stories of the week. Find more mine, and I I'll.