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"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 3 months ago

"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tahoe, 71 degrees in Yuba City, not of the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. Very interesting op ed article from Willie Brown, one of California's leading Democrats, He you know, some consider him the most powerful voice among Democrats in California. He is advising Senator Kamala Harris to not accept the vice president job or its place on the ticket if it is offered to her. By Joe Biden. Kate McKay's Jensen Raeder reports as speaker of the State Assembly Willie Brown World the Lower house with an iron hand for 15 years in the air before term limits and later became the First African American mayor of San Francisco. In a column in the San Francisco Chronicle, Brown argues that Harris would be more independent and get more done as attorney general in a potential Joe Biden presidential administration. Before being elected to the Senate, Harris served as district attorney of San Francisco and as attorney general of California. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. Also this morning. California is being warned about suspicious unemployment insurance claims KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl has more. The CDC says it is cooperating with federal authorities and investigating possible bogus claims involving identity theft. The department reminds the public that it does not charge for its services, nor does it make unsolicited enquiries. Thie is warning about fake websites and social media pages that mimic Genuine government sites. More than 30 million Americans are out of work due to the Corona virus pandemic that was KPK correspondent Lesley Bowl. Businesses that do not comply with state covert guidelines will now face fines in Chico, Calif. The case Mike Baka reports by a 5 to 2 vote, the Chica City Council last week voted to find businesses that do not abide by state regulations for safe operation during the pandemic. Chico City manager Mark Orm says the ruling will serve as a framework for future cove in 19 enhancement measures. Councilman Shawn Morgan was boisterous in his opposition, and if we get into that we're going to shut you down business. The very people were asking to enforce those rules. On to and including the city.

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"chico city" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"chico city" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In at six twenty five on the morning of November eighth from at the campfire north of Sacramento complete destruction most of the community of paradise gone everywhere it's hard to process the wrath of this fire that is now the most destructive in California history I called Sabrina just a few days after the campfire she told me that the drive out of paradise felt like an eternity I remember the house car and taking the biggest prize I've ever taken in my life and then start crying they drove to Chico city next door to stay with friends when Serena looked at her alarm system later she figured their house burned an hour after the closed the door the home that she grew up in a call on you know one of our cute kids asking mommy I want cold woman oracle right for you here we go to Hey archer says I went to see Sabrina and around they bounced around for a while before Sabrina bought a decent size trailer and parked it at a friend's house in Butte county it will take two years to pay it off so how are you doing it's not been a good year nearly all the things that kept them stable are gone some of the dance studios burned down the parenting class Sabrina taught got canceled and she stopped taking college classes so she could figure out their housing plus she says she can't really concentrate anymore I feel like in constant chaos and that's hard mentally especially when you have a child to care for and then she's dealing with her own stuff overs been acting out she's five now you know me and her have so much trauma and because of this trauma you know her behaviors in aggressive just them tantrums and knelt down it's we need a hell the first you know when we haven't really been able to do that Sabrina is home schooling Aurora in part because of these behavior issues we have a little tour of the trailer okay shows me around her room which is two bunk beds in India next to the bathroom she's decorated it with glow in the dark stickers stars there's the unicorns stars then Sabrina and I sit outside around a neighbor's table Aurora pops in and out showing me here twice wait wait wait and some of them with the blue dry erase marker and then suddenly she's drawing on the table now you better go find a wife right now what made you think that that was okay no on arrival Sabrina looks exhausted you know what you have a cardboard box the you can draw on you don't just go draw on things that are not yours Aurora stomps into the trailer she comes back out apologizing holding a wet white thank you for making such a good choice thank you a rumor is getting some therapy to work through the fire trauma Sabrina is not she wants to but there's so much on her plate repairs to the trailer enter car it was damaged as they fled paradise in the fire food is a huge issue for them her assistance checks only go so far and the trailers mini fridge keeps freezing their vegetables Serena knows the schedules of local food banks by heart room meet up the next morning Sabrina has a doctor's appointment she goes monthly because she's been losing weight she thinks it's from the stress she also has to manage the mood stabilizers she started taking after the fire since the fire it's just very hard to cope with life the only provider she's been able to find is actually located up in paradise and it's painful to go back I want to try it is it's really really hard every time we come up please don't cry Aurora pleads with her mom from the backseat the two have very few moments apart from one another so they're grieving their moods.

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"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's three oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS cooler weather today Basilio real pleasant afternoon with temps in the sixties seventies and a few low eighties today I'm John Evans good morning the Chico city council has turned down a proposal by its police chief to impose a curfew in the event the P. Jeannie were to turn off electricity for an extended period of time KCBS is Jeffrey shall reports chief Michael o'brien says he worries about crime the police chief says of P. G. in a word to turn off power city wide as a fire safety precaution it could invite crime perhaps people coming to the city from other areas keeping people that do not belong in particular areas where those populations are vulnerable that is what the purpose of the curfew to be it the overnight curfew would be similar to one imposed in Chico's neighboring city of paradise devastated in the camp fire and you hear about people even to this day that are up there looting and trying to take advantage of someone else's misfortune but he says he understands the city council's reservations about the proposal and will continue to work on a doable plan it would have to be something that would need to further refinement because you're talking about restricting civil liberties Jeffrey Schaub key CBS fire crews and air tankers stop the forward progression of a brush fire yesterday near the delta town of Oakley he's Contra Costa fire marshal Stevo bear says that the fire burned in open space near bars and other buildings evacuations were lifted by five PM on the lights were turned back on after a force power outage fifty eight acres burned in merry a thick with eucalyptus trees which are highly combustible a man is in custody in Livermore suspected of pulling the trigger in a deadly shooting in Livermore yesterday morning here's KCBS agip Taylor it happened in the pre dawn hours gunfire heard in the parking lot of the Walmart on loss procedures officers responding and they locate adult male who had several gunshot wounds to the upper torso the victim succumbed to his injuries wall on the scene the more police officer are Rocha says investigating officers were able to immediately determine a suspect John Inocencio tracked him down in elk Grove where he was taken into custody by police there Russia says the victim and the suspect knew each other the suspect and the victim are transients I reside here in the creek we believe that the homicide as a result of an earlier feud second homicide a month in Livermore a quiet rural community not known for violence Jim Taylor KCBS the small business administration is offering disaster assistance loans to people in California Arizona and Nevada affected by last month's earthquakes low interest loans will be made available for people whose homes and businesses were damaged in Kern and San Bernardino counties from the earthquakes on the fourth and fifth of July and the thousands of aftershocks authorities estimate the damage and one hundred million dollars coming up on KCBS I'm Doug sovereign talking with governor Newsome about his latest legal war with president trump he's called me a clown in it all I'll take a shot backs it's three away let's check on traffic.

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"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Partly cloudy with a loonier fifty than tomorrow, you'll see Senator few clouds, and it'll be a nice day little warmer than today with a high seventy seven mainly clear though about fifty again tomorrow night or we're still for Wednesday. We'll have sunshine in a high of eighty two I'm AccuWeather meteorologist. Frank straight news ninety three point one K F B K, sixty seven degrees in Lodi. Fifty-three in Pollock pines at sixty six now in Sacramento at news ninety three point one KF PK, well, three family members are dead a fourth in critical condition after an alleged drunk driver slammed into their park trailer. And the man who police say caused the mishap is free on bail killed in the accident. Thirty eight year old Jose pancake. Oh, his wife, Anna Penn Chico and their ten year old son. Their eleven year old daughter is in critical condition scheduled to undergo multiple surgeries at UC. Davis medical center, say the Saturday night accident happened when the suspect Ismael Hoa's, oh, how did an as ran off the road into their parked trailer. Witnesses say he tried to run away but was tackled and held for police. He was arrested at the scene faces charges of suspicion of DUI and gross vehicular manslaughter. However, he was able to post bail. He's been out of jail since last night Stockton, police dealing with a gang related shooting that over the w-. Weekend left one person dead and five injured with gunshot wounds and the shootings took place at a March lane and holiday drive event. That was the scene of a candlelight vigil for the victim of a Wednesday homicide. That was also believed to be gang related we'll Saturday night shooting happened shortly before eight pm at a makeshift memorial in the parking lot of a strip mall of arriving. Police found multiple gunshot victims one man died of hospital. His name is being withheld pending notification of his family when it comes to low barrier homeless shelters the city of Chico is finding out it's all about location, Chico city councilman Sean Morgan says he is not against low barrier homeless shelters. But that cities and towns need to be careful where they put these facilities. I hear no account Bill. You know, come in stone come in. Hi, come in with your dog, come in with your bagga- heroin leaves the door will let you have. When you go back Morgan says, he fully supports the shelters, but says some of the locations or just bad ideas. There is a low barrier homeless shelter planned for a neighborhood near Chico state several service organizations have backed out and Chico state has come out against the plan near their campus. Mike Baca news ninety three point one can't be K entering wildfire season. Once again, the idea is to avoid horrible. Fires like we saw last year and the year before Mark Gillard GT director. The governor's office of emergency services says the time I take the time now rather to build an evacuation plan that gets you out quickly if need be he says California's need to accept that fires a part of our natural landscape understand the risk and take action before a wildfire starts a red flag. Warning, the by the weather service. If it's impacting the area that they're in start thinking about what does that mean? What is.

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"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Five degrees. And it's forty seven in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K. Two men and two teenage boys arrested for tempted murder and armed robbery in Stockton. This happened over the weekend. Patrick and on vault guard Uno along with two minors. Tried to Robin eighteen year old man near grant and worth streets Saturday afternoon as the man ran away the four suspects began shooting at him and police were called the four ran from police but were caught after a short foot chase. The handgun was found nearby in some bushes. Despite a lawsuit filed against the Wilton rancher RIA plan casino was eventually denied the five hundred billion dollar project and elk grove is still moving forward. The lawsuit was filed by stand up for California, which is an activist group and the suit was seeking temporary restraining order against the development of the casino. And to have the ranch as well as the interior department disclosed documents judge Trevor McFadden throughout the case saying that the group did not have the right to view the documents due to attorney client privilege, Jordan Christmas. Newsradio KFB K. A former county chiropractor who fled the country. Nearly two years ago after being convicted of groping eight of his female patients has been captured in Mexico dare you should Boon Yang was arrested Thursday, and this return to California woman fled in March two thousand seventeen to avoid facing sentencing on multiple charges, including felony sexual battery. Prosecutors said while working as a chiropractor Boone yard was groping his patients under the guise of providing whole body treatment many of his victims testified at his trial. We'll soaring property values is just one of the many impacts of the campfire in Butte county when nearly twenty thousand fire evacuees fled to Chico city leaders new resources would be stretched thin, Chico. Mayor Randall stone says the unintended consequence of the fire is a fiscal nightmare. Where home prices are exploding and workers can't afford to live in the city employees have pressure to leave town when the employees of the employers leave that Bruins our economic base. So really from lawyers have less worried about the retail and more trying to keep their.

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"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Thank you. Lynn right now. In Auburn, forty six degrees. We've got forty eight in Roseville and forty eight in Sacramento, it is five thirty three at NewsRadio KFI. Two men and two teenage boys were arrested for attempted murder and armed robbery in Stockton, Saturday afternoon. Patrick and on evolve d'arno along with two minors. Tried to Robin eighteen year old man near grant and worth streets. Just after two pm as van ran away the four began shooting at him and police were called the four off from police, but they were caught after a short foot chase the handgun was found hidden in some nearby bushes. A thirty five year old man from California has died in an avalanche while back country skiing in southwest Montana. Madison County sheriff Phil Fortner says another skier was injured in the avalanches. Well, which happened about one o'clock on Friday and the tobacco root mountains. The man who died has been identified as Benjamin Hirsch McShane of San Francisco, Montana. Standard reports at the skiers were part of a group of four men from Utah and California. The skiers were apparently ascending a heavily treed slope when the avalanche started to were carried away by snow while the other two were able to grab onto trees and avoid. Hurt. A lawsuit filed against the Wilton rancher reas planned casino resort in elk grove has been denies Danda for California. The activist group who filed the suit was seeking a temporary restraining order against the development of the casino and to have the ranch area as well as the interior department disclosed documents judge Trevor McFadden throughout the case saying that the activist group did not have a right to view, those documents due to attorney client privilege groundbreaking for the casino will be sometime this year, Jordan, Christmas, NewsRadio KF PK. Former Saddam county chiropractor who fled the country nearly two years ago after being convicted of groping eight of his female patients has been captured in Mexico. Dr you spoon Yod was arrested Thursday and return to California he took off in March of two thousand seventeen to avoid facing sentencing on several charges including felony sexual battery. Prosecutors say while working as a chiropractor Boone Yod was groping his patients and the guys providing whole body treatment many of his victims testified at his trial, the mass migration of campfire. Accu as Wayne heavily on the city of Chico and Butte county when nearly twenty thousand fire evacuees fled to Chico city leaders new resources would be stretched thin, Chico. Mayor Randall stone says the unintended consequence of the fire is a fiscal nightmare. Where home prices are exploding and workers can't afford to live in the city employees have pressure to leave town when the employees the employers leave that ruins our economic base. So really from lawyers have less worried about the retail and more trying to keep their employees.

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"chico city" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Virginia Zagreb revenue art, manages the Pinera, Saint Louis bread company in Eureka, Missouri. He staying open because people need some help over the course of time. We have more people come in with their families and things to use the restroom and obviously the conditions weren't improving. It all so we basically made a decision that it was okay for then the state year as long as they would like winter storm warnings or advisories have been posted for parts of seventeen states. The bad weather is being blamed for at least seven deaths. CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger. WBZ news time six thirty two. And the news watch continues the Chicago area that includes all counties, except those near the Wisconsin border remains under a winter weather advisory through. Tonight AccuWeather meteorologist Frank straight joins us live now with a look at just how much more snow to expect and how much have we received so far Frank. We'll take most places in Chicago we've seen general two to three inches some places to the north long. Wisconsin line seen less more like an engine that area. But to the south more snow has fallen four to five and in some cases, six inches. And once you get beyond the sub southern suburbs the amounts go even higher than that going forward. Did the snow wilda mostly remained light? Although another batch of more substantial snow is moving through kankakee county appoint south, according to the BBB, NewsRadio dot com. We will see it again, mostly light, but enough to cause a slippery travelled through much of the rest of tonight tonight. So tapers off and then we'll see clouds break for sunshine. So travel conditions will approve them. I'm Frank straight. Newsradio radio seven eighty five point nine FM. And there were dozens of slide offs and spin outs in the Chicago area. CBS to reporter Jeremy Ross paints the picture in Gray's lake a similar scene playing out with vehicles also hitting the curb or the ditch several accidents is drivers reacquaint themselves with a cold. The weather driving in the area. That includes the seasonal advice from law enforcement to he plenty of room between your car and the car in front of you. In addition comment reports about three hundred and twenty one customers are without power in Cook County, and we'll have traffic and weather together coming up in just a few minutes a dozen of the candidates for Chicago mayor discussed immigration and other issues at a standing room only event at the U. I C forum warring lifeless said Chicago calls itself a welcoming city, but doesn't act like one of the first things that I'm going to do is make sure that I sit down with the US attorney and the head of ice here in Chicago and tell them what the rules of engagement are going to be Dorothy Brown agreed to make sure that we do not participate with ice and Gerry Chico city of Chicago was spending money with the Gary airport to deport fourteen thousand people a year and Toni preckwinkle are present welcoming city ordinance allows the police department to work hand in glove with ice, and we. Need a welcoming city ordinance that prohibits that Zanna. Ben dosa delivered the president a message in Spanish. Knows.

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"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's Sunday December thirtieth two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS. I'm Jim Ryan with the raiders maybe playing in London next year. If it was the other team would say it's too far fetched to be true. But it's the raiders so and the White House and Democrats blame each other for a partial government shutdown. It's twelve thirty one CBS news update, the new congress convenes this week, but the same old shutdown lingers. It's the second week of the partial government shutdown Louisiana. Republican Representative Steve Scalise said on FOX, he blames Democrats. I don't think it's as much that the two sides are far apart. It's that you've got one side that refuses to negotiate because they're so afraid of the radical left base that wants open borders. Look a lot of them campaigned on abolishing ice, but Democrats, including New York. Representative had Keam Jeffries say a border wall is a non-starter with certainly prepared to provide additional funding for enhanced fencing technology drones. Satellites lighting sensors cellphone towers, and the things that the experts have clearly indicated would improve our border security counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway says President Trump is waiting on Democrats to reach out to him CBS news update. I'm Wendy Gillette. KCBS news time twelve thirty two. Well, we've heard the Oakland Raiders could play in San Francisco, San Diego, Reno Las Vegas or Santa Clara next year. But the latest report comes out of England, and it has the wayward NFL team playing in London as KCBS Tim Ryan reports, ladies and gentlemen, the London Daily Mail reports the raiders are in talks to share use of the new Tottenham stadium with that soccer team next year. If it was the other team, we'd say it's too far fetched to be true. But it's the raiders so. Anything's possible. Former chronicle columnist Chuck Navias tells KCBS it would finally if briefly give the NFL and international presence the NFL has for years wanted to break into the European market. And that the way so they might not look at this entirely with a jobless die. However, it seems like there's going to be a ton of complications. I mean, you're gonna move entire team our families it's pretty sixty two thousand seats with an artificial surface beneath a retractable grasp pitch one obstacle says neediest, and there are many the distances travelled both for the raiders and for their opponents. That's a long flight home after say Sunday night blowout. Courtesy of the Rams in LA. Tim Ryan KCBS many paradise evacuees now are calling the city of Chico home following the disastrous campfire and while Chico city leaders say they're happy to help KCBS. Veronica Carter reports that the recent population boom is having an effect on the city's finances. City manager Mark Orem says Chico could be looking at an eight hundred thousand dollar budget shortfall of the resources are going into paradise, and they very well should be. But obviously to we have impacts here in Chico, and we need to make sure and take care of those for our residents Orem says there's no blueprint for.

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"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And AM seven forty K CBS Sunday, December thirtieth two thousand eighteen coming up on KCBS congress returns to Washington DC this week without a budget agreement and a partial government government shutdown still in effect. An update from CBS news is next fire. Crews are battling a blaze burning in Oakland in this hour. And we'll tell you how triple A is working to help you get home safely amid all the revelry this New Year's Eve. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. I'm Melissa call. Ross KCBS news time ten thirty one CBS news update. The new congress convenes later this week likely when negotiations will resume to try to end the partial government shutdown. Democrat Terry McAuliffe is the former governor of Virginia he says, congress should return to the bipartisan immigration. Deal hatched earlier this year that President Trump rejected on January third the first day. They ought to take up the Bill that the Senate passed gay one pass it Senate to the Senate Mitch McConnell. They already voted for it unanimously and send it to the president's desk. South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham suggests another potential solution to end the stalemate. Here's what I think might work five billion dollars for the wall slash border security, Democrats have voted for more than that in the past married up with the bridge act, which Senator Durbin I wrote a three year renewable work permit for the DACA population about seven hundred thousand both spoke on CNN CBS news update. I'm Wendy Gillette. KCBS news time ten thirty two. We're getting word into the KCBS news room that crews are battling a large fire underway in downtown Oakland. Fire officials have sent a heavy response to the building on the fifteen hundred block of Webster street. The first engines reported a heavy fire and witnesses say the blaze. Is sending up smoke that can be seen from across lake. Merritt officials say the building appears to have been vacant stay with KCBS. We will bring you more on this story as we continue gathering information. Well, many paradise evacuees now are calling the city of Chico home following the disastrous campfire and while Chico city leaders say they're glad to help KCBS is Veronica Carter reports. The recent population, boom is draining. The city's finances city manager Marc Orem says Chico could be looking at an eight hundred thousand dollar budget shortfall a lot of resources are going into paradise, and they very well should be. But obviously to we have in fact, Sharon, Chico, and we need to make sure and take care of those for our residents Orem says there's no blueprint.

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"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time six twenty legal experts are weighing in on the possibility that PGN could face serious criminal charges if found liable for the disastrous campfire or other recent wildfires here in California and keep the I x five reporter Lynn has more on this. Cal fire is still investigating what caused the campfire which killed eighty six people. But if pe- Jimmy is liable, the state attorney general says the severity of those criminal charges all the way up to murder. It depends on the degree of malice or negligence, even if it's a murder conviction against the corporation. The corporation is not going to prison. Nobody's going to prison. PG already has six felony convictions. From the San Bruno gas pipeline explosion, the company paid fines performed community service and is currently on probation retired Joshua doors Cordell, a new criminal conviction. Could mean more fines and a longer probation period. Customers want to see actual people held accountable Mendis bat is with the utility reform network which advocates for rate payers. Jamie, certainly doesn't seem to have gotten the message last time, and their board of directors did very little to clean the company up until someone goes to prison for these actions. We're not going to see the change in culture. We're not going to see a change in behavior unless someone actually spend some time behind bars. Legal experts say, even if the company is liable. It's unlikely prosecutors would go out. Janney executives nonetheless, a criminal case against the big utility cuddly to a state takeover or even a break-up of the company if it's determined that and did not behave according to the terms of probation. Yes, Jeannie is in big big trouble. From that report from KPI x five's Dalian. Meantime, many paradise evacuees are now calling city of Chico home following the disastrous campfire and while Chico city leaders say they're glad to help KCBS is Veronica Carter reports. The recent population, boom is draining. The city's finances city manager Marc Orem says Chico could be looking at an eight hundred thousand dollar budget shortfall resources are going into paradise, and they very well should be. But obviously to we have impact here in Chico, and we need to make sure and take care of those for our residents Orem says there's no blueprint for what happened in paradise. You're gonna have.

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"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Tough across the country today. Aaa says this will likely be the busiest travel day of the year and one of the busiest airports in the world Gatwick and London is completely shut down someone's been flying drones around the airfield. These passengers some of the more than ten thousand already affected lockdown down on the air. And there we stood for four hours. And the Paul said, this is hopeless. Spoken. You're willing to hotels text away. Find the afro has been canceled. Search continues for the drone pilots airport officials say over one hundred thousand people may have their flights affected today. The USDA is expected to announce a proposal today that would cut down on the number of people who can get food stamps without working President Trump on Twitter saying it's time for others to finally fight in the Middle East defending his decision to pull US troops out of Syria. Russia's president this morning says he supports that decision. Cheri preston. ABC news five forty three. Now, NewsRadio KF became more of our top stories. The city of Chico is saying no two females plans to house people displaced by the campfire, Chico city councilman Sean Morgan says that FEMA acted a little too quickly. We're trying to find long-term housing options for those who lost their homes in the campfire goes compassionate, and we wanna help paradise and we will. But we don't want to destroy our neighborhoods in the process that doesn't help anybody Giovanna Garcia with FEMA says the agency has some backup plans for long term housing. But. There are specific needs. When choosing these locations we have to make sure that this community centers around this markets bus transportation. So all those things have to be in place. And now we have to work a little bit more intense in a little bit harder Morgan cited traffic concerns as a reason a north Chico location was turned down, but admits it will be hard to find a location that doesn't cause community outcry. More than thirteen thousand homes were destroyed in the campfire. Mike Baca, NewsRadio KF PK governor. Jerry Brown is a big decision to make San Francisco mayor London breed sent the governor a personal letter asking him to release her brother from prison. Early breeds, brother. Napoleon Brown has been in Salona state prison for almost twenty years for manslaughter robbery and other crimes tied to the death of a woman in two thousand breed wrote to the governor on personal stationery asking him to quote, consider mercy and rehabilitation the governor's office has not commented on the mayor's request the former principal of north Davis elementary past. Away this April. And now the school district wants to honor her memory for more than a generation north Davis elementary school has been just that north Davis elementary. But now the district school board is looking for a name change. They propose changing it to naming it after former principal, Dr Mary Ellen Cheney the parent teacher association and Davis in an open letter to the school says they appreciate the sentiment, but they're concerned about the cost and resources required. For changing the school's name across all platforms. The Davis school board has said they will address the parents concerns about the proposal Thursday night at a board meeting where a final vote is expected to take place Nick DASA's, NewsRadio K K state agencies looking into impacts of the Wolsey fire at the Santa Susanna field laboratory site are confirming no high level toxins or radiation were released department of toxic substances control have released a report that reiterates agencies. Preliminary finding that report says over the course of three weeks the agency's performed field inspections took measurements. And physical samples onsite and in nearby communities. However, a group scab skeptical activists announced earlier this month that an independent study is underway. Alright tonight. Can you hear that? Can you hear that sound tonight? You can get your groove.

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"chico city" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Firefighters working to bring multiple wildfires under control across the state that camp fire. It's caused thousands of residents to be evacuated from the area. But now about four hundred evacuees who have gathered in a WalMart parking lot may have to be removed from that space, Chico city manager, Marc Orem said it's about the group's needs and being able to access necessities. Why those conversations are a Korean with regard to deadlines and with regard to we need to get them off is out of a semblance of compassion. It's not out of anger, or you know, this is so inappropriate. It's you know, what we can do better seventy seven people confirmed dead and now the area bracing for very heavy rains for the next four days, and that could easily result in deadly mudslides, tough warning for San Antonio firefighters to the discovery of two dead people inside a burning home one a six year old girl. Fire had a -rupt it in the house on instantly avenue. That's just west of Broadway under and migrants, having a tough time travelling through Tijuana where they've been met with both hatred and violence on their way to the US. They make Senate Tony L A may have a pretty good deal going on downtown San Antonio trying to get a second homeless shelter setup. When it comes with a twist there's haven for hope the city's homeless shelter, but on Tonio Fernandez, head of Catholic charity says they don't accept migrants, so he wants to set up shelter for those who come seeking asylum are processed by the feds and then released to the downtown bus station. Many people would not be happy to judge people. People. He says this Honduran caravan is not the first and won't be the last the idea of the shelter is to give people a place to sleep and eat, but also get legal advice. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred students in San Antonio sales tax funded pre K for essay program, again showing progress in picking up reading and math skills, but they're also scoring very high in a different measurement. CEO Sarah says the kids are scoring grave and tests that measure their ability to control their emotions their thoughts. And of course, their actions, it's known as executive function. She says it's the lack of that ability that leads to so much violence and crime, and I'll seriousness gets put aside for short time today for the annual pardoning of the turkeys at the White House of South Dakota turkeys will arrive at the White House tomorrow to receive presidential pardons and avoid ending up as thanksgiving dinner. President Trump will part in the two turkeys during a rose garden. Ceremony continuing a decades old White House tradition from there. The birds will be brought to gablers rest in educational facility at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg Virginia where they will then live out the rest of their lives without the concern of ending up on a dinner table. Your money on Wall Street, the Dow is down four hundred and twenty eight points, it's due to dropping apple and Amazon numbers this morning. Breaking news on the hour at the half anytime at W O, A dot com. Brought to you by comfort air engineering more. Russia ahead on NewsRadio twelve hundred w. I.

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"chico city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Here as we head through tonight anywhere between about ten and twenty five miles per hour, occasionally, we are seeing though stronger gusts in excess of thirty miles per hour. But they are not as strong and certainly less frequent as they once were. And that's a trend that will continue here as we head through the overnight hours, then as we get into Saturday more of an onshore flow that will certainly aid. In the firefighting tomorrow but late this weekend Saturday night into Sunday and even into early next week, though Santa Ana winds return strong winds possible late Sunday into Monday. And as a result we continue with the red flag warning all the way into Tuesday. Fifty six degrees in Downey, fifty four degrees in Huntington beach at four forty eight flames have done enormous damage and Malibu destroying many homes, and they're continuing to burn out of control the entire city under a mandatory evacuation order, including the people at city hall city. Spokesman Matt Meyer off tells KNX at the evacuation process went. Smoothly in part because the people in the community are used to outfought that doesn't mean that people aren't scared and nervous about this. And some homes are burning in Malibu, which is tragedy. I haven't heard anything about anybody panicking. People are moving out of PCH, very slowly traffic signals are out which is making things go but slower Meyerhoff says wildfires are the top public safety threat to the city in some cases, firefighters facing a very dangerous problem. That's people not heeding. Evacuation orders where thousands of people being told to get out. There are always some who decide to stay behind. We would like to see a better rate compliance with that we have seen delayed response from some of the members of the public. That's captain, Tony and Brenda with Los Angeles County fire department. He says when firefighters arrive in an area the fire is arriving right at the same time and often people who've waited until the last possible minute are getting in the way, you fire crews were running into traffic jams while we're trying to bear our apparatus up. So we could set it up and performed the tactics that we would like to perform to be able to save the structures fire official. I always say when you're told to evacuate. Don't wait get out. Kris Edens, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. So what can we do to limit the damage from wildfire? Not enough conversation has been focused on preventing the ignition of fires. According to fire ecologist, mardi Witter with the National Park Service in the Santa Monica mountains, we actually are seeing with the awareness of the role of power lines and ignitions how the power companies are now starting to talk about the power in their lines during extreme window vents. So actually, preventing those ignitions is certainly a critical part that might help us reduce the number of these fires Witter tells connects the fires are getting more expensive not just because there are more of them because we're building more in fire prone areas. Rothbart should KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. At least nine people are dead is a fire rages out of control in northern California. More than sixty seven hundred structures have been destroyed reported Jeffrey Saab says that the community of paradise basically a ghost fire rages. It's only five percent contained as you said it destroyed the entire town of a paradise twenty five twenty six thousand people destroyed several thousand structures were told buildings downtown paradise is about six miles east of Chico city. Limits. Officials say five of the nine people who died were trapped in their vehicles in paradise. It's four fifty time for your money. Weekending session on Wall Street. Not a good one for activision blizzard the Santa Monica video game maker stunk plunging on weak forecast. Its new call of duty game is up against some tough competition from ethics fortnight and take two's red dead redemption to activision shares fell twelve percent. Disney's the Dallas biggest gainer shares rose nearly two percent after it turned into strong earnings report for last quarter and revealed that it streaming service will be called Disney plus and that it will run alongside ESPN. Plus in Hulu Disney stake in Hulu will increase to sixty percent. Once it's deal with FOX's done and CEO. Bob Eiger says he wants all of Hulu if his partners willing to sell fortune magazine has a new owner. Meredith has sold it to the head of a business empire in Thailand. Meredith has been offloading. News focus property since it bought tiny time magazine was sold in September to the founder of Salesforce dot com. On Wall Street, the Dow down two hundred two points, the NASDAQ down one hundred twenty four and the s&p down twenty-five, but all three make gains. For the week. We check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Adrian mental KNX ten seventy NewsRadio worried about a lane closure on your.

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"chico city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Other traffic signals are out which is making things go but slower Meyerhoff says wildfires are the top public safety threaten the city in some cases, firefighters are facing a very dangerous problem. People not heeding evacuation orders with thousands of people being told to get out. There are always some who decide to stay behind. We would like to see a better readers compliance with that we have seen delayed response from some of the members of the public. That's captain, Tony I'm Brenda with Los Angeles County fire department. He says when firefighters arrive in an area the fire is arriving right at the same time and often people who've waited until the last possible minute are getting in the way, you fire crews were running into traffic jams while we're trying to bear our apparatus up. So we could set it up performed the tactics that we would like to perform to be able to save the structures viral. Officials always say when you're told to evacuate. Don't wait get out. Kris Edens, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. So what we do to limit the damage from wildfire. Not enough conversation has been focused on preventing the ignition of fires. According to fire ecologist, mardi Witter with the national parks Everson. The Santa Monica mountains, we actually are seeing with the awareness of the role of power lines and ignitions how the power companies are now starting to talk about deterring their lines during extreme window vents. So actually, preventing those ignitions is certainly a critical part that might help us reduce the number of these fires Witter tells kid the fires are getting more expensive. Not just because there are more of them because we're building more in fire prone areas. Rob shirt KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. At least nine people are dead as a fire rages out of control in northern California. More than sixty seven hundred structures of ministered reporter Jeffrey shop says a community of paradise is basically a ghost town. The fire rages on. It's only five percent contained as you said it destroyed the entire town of a paradise twenty five twenty six thousand people destroyed several thousand structures were told buildings downtown paradise is about six miles east of Chico city. Limits. Officials say five of the nine people who die got trapped in their vehicles in paradise President Trump and FEMA have granite California's request for federal assistance to help with the wildfires. Burning of Ichiro, Los, Angeles, and Butte counties. This will include air, assets shoulder supplies and water for evacuated residents. The aid is meant to supplement state and local emergency response. It's two fifty. Your money Disney's profit and sales for last quarter higher than expected, but investors are focusing on the launch of its streaming service late next year CEO Bob says projects in the works for Disney plus include a live action lady in the Trump and several Star Wars series, including a prequel to rogue one. Tesla's new chairman has a big job keeping CEO Elon Musk and check people know, Robyn Denholm tell Bloomberg. She's a no nonsense numbers. I executive in. That may be exactly what must needs SUN Microsystems co founder Scott mcnealy says, quote, if Alon listens to her he'll be way more successful who needs.

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"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Enforcement. Personnel. It is as a force multiplier. We have had the opportunity to lift a number of evacuation warnings and some orders. And so I wanna talk about that. For a moment. We have lifted the evacuation warning for residents living west of highway ninety nine from highway one forty nine north to be Chico city limits and west to the midway. In addition. We have lifted the evacuation order for residents living on oral Chico highway from states drive to Durham Dayton road. You can follow our social media pages for updates on that we we we try to keep that continuing updated. But you wanna make one comment about that? The county has suffered some infrastructure damage that has created some problems with our internal Email system as well as our access to internet. We're working diligently to get that repaired. So that we can continue to update unit timely manner. But that has been a difficulty that we have been facing. We have at this point in keeping with our law enforcement mission. My office at this point has received two Coles of reported or suspected looting. We've had law enforcement officers respond to those calls those will be up in the mcgilla paradise area from what I understand, but we have not actually located anyone looking at this point. So there's been no arrests made. But I want to emphasize this point is this goes on and more and more people find ways to get into those areas. If you think you're going to come in here and take advantage of these poor people who've been displaced from their homes and steal from them. Law enforcement is going to do everything we can to capture you. And when we do I have the assurance of the district attorney that you will be prosecuted.

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"chico city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"That we suggest to create a buffer around their houses safety zone around the house that oftentimes they can save their home. But oftentimes what causes the fire is a lawn furniture or an umbrella or bits of debris rubbish, or flammable materials that they put outside around the house decoration those things catch fire by embers that are being blown down wind and ember cast that comes off of whatever's burning that gets into those materials catches those on fire. And then that's when ends up catching the house on fire. So homeowners whose homes are threatened should not only consider brush clearance, but they should. Also, look at anything flammable around the outside of the house as well. Like lawn furniture. Meantime, firefighters are here in Thousand Oaks next to a hillside that's burning just across from a neighborhood. And this is a big deal here. Of course, because this neighborhood contains some very expensive homes perhaps in the neighborhood of ten million dollars or more reporting live, John Baird KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. John how many people you've been running into that have stayed behind or coming back through to check on their homes. And like you said, it's strange when you come to a street in one home caught fire because of an ember, and then everything else on that streets. Okay. You know, I've talked to a couple of people who have been so so lucky in early this morning one Thousand Oaks when they first started coming back. That's exactly what we saw one home. Untouched. The other one wasn't firefighters rolled in one home is already totally burning down. They can't save it. But they can certainly save the houses on either side of it pretty sad for the people who come home to a burned out shell. But I can tell you. There were a lot of happy people this morning who came home to find that their houses were still intact and the firefighters had saved them. All right, KNX, ten seventy John Baird, John. Thanks. He's been in oak park into part of Thousand Oaks moving around as firefighters continue their work this into these numbers ninety five thousand people evacuated because of the hill. Fire nearly seventy eight thousand evacuated because of the Wolseley fire. Now, we're also hearing about some of the celebrities who have had to evacuate Kim Kardashian, west rain Wilson and Guillermo del Toro. Oh are among those who have been forced out of their homes. Caitlyn Jenner who lives in Malibu does not know the fate of her home, Scott derricks, and director of doctor strange has lost his home to the flames. And the storage paramount ranch where shows like HBO's Westworld. And Dr Quinn medicine women were filmed destroyed some pictures of that on our Twitter feed act KNX ten seventy and even if you don't think maybe you recognize that you do once you see the pictures, but then at the same time you kinda recognize what you used to see because a lot of that there is an old west town. It's just burned. Tons of movies. The little church there that looks like it's survived. But the rest of it where they shot is gone by Bill that stuff that can build up. Well, all of Malibu is under a mandatory evacuation. Order people at city hall left as well city. Spokesman Matt Meyerhoff tells k and exit the evacuation process has been smooth. So far says people community are used to wildfires. That doesn't mean that people aren't scared and nervous about this. And some homes are burning in Malibu, which is tragedy. I haven't heard anything about anybody panicking. People are moving out of PCH, very slowly. The traffic signals are out which is making things go but slower Meyerhoff says wildfires are the top public safety threat in that city. Lot of anxiety people forced from their homes in the gory hills dealing with mountains of as as they wonder what's going to happen to what they left behind some of Accu eastbound safety at the homes of other family members. But they're watching helplessly as flames burned toward their neighborhoods. They had to leave Jennifer quickly went to her parents house in with her family where she's putting up a brave front. Moms have to be tough. And that's what it is. So do we have it all together, not even close not even close, but we're alive and and safe. And that's what's important relocated tells connects. How frightening. It was after firefighters banged on their door to tell them to leave. It was like nothing I had ever seen other moment with the kids in the car in my head and thinking, oh my gosh. Are we going to get out of here is everyone going to get out of here? And now, they wait to see what will happen to the homes. They left behind Robert KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. At least five people are dead as a fire rages out of control in northern California. Reporter Jeffrey Schaub says the community of paradise is basically a ghost town the fire rages on. It's only five percent contained as you said it destroyed the entire town of a paradise twenty five twenty six thousand people destroyed several thousand structures were told buildings downtown paradise is about six miles east of Chico city. Limits officials say all five of the people who were killed were trapped in their vehicles in paradise stay with KNX more of our in depth team coverage of the massive fires burning in southern California. But first checking some other news, the man who shot and killed twelve people at the borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks was apparently posting on social media during that. Attack. We've talked about that yesterday was on Instagram. He was reportedly discussing his mental state, and whether people would believe that he was saying at the time. There's also word that investigators are looking into one possible motive that Ian, David long believed this former girlfriend would be at that bar long opened fire at the club then killed himself as officers closed in all twelve of the victims have now been identified their names released from the mass shooting with the exception of a law enforcement officer who was close to retirement. Most of the dead were young people at the club. They were going to college country nights line dancing. Last victim to be identified was Mark Mason and graduated from carpenter a high school was about to turn twenty one worked at the borderline bar and grill. He was busboy. Two twenty five you're on next much more of our fired coverage to come. We'll get back to John Baird who's been areas, you know, park in Thousand Oaks seen homes burned there we've seen.

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"chico city" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"chico city" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Fire sweeping through a community in a matter of minutes. Right. That appears to have been the case today in paradise in Butte county in northern California north of Sacramento about an hour or so north of Sacramento. I don't know where that fire is gonna stop and that goes right into the forest there. Well, it's jumped the ninety nine freeway going east of the ninety nine now, it's gone. Ninety nine over. It's jumped in ninety nine there are reports online that it has reached the Chico city limits. Number one, number two. You have a Cal fire captain that. And it's been really difficult to get audio and video out of that area of officials. I don't know that they've really gotten a handle on it. Well, enough to be able to go in front of the camera or go on Mike and say exactly what's going on. Because this fire in eighteen hours. Has not even an fifteen hours has grown to twenty thousand acres and this Cal fire captain says the town of paradise has been wiped out from the fire in elementary school has been destroyed a hospital has been destroyed. I if you just do a Twitter search for hashtag campfire half of the posts are people looking for loved ones. I haven't heard from ex and it looks like a tornado up there. Oh, yeah. There. There are pictures that we can that will re tweet at Conway show of fire NATO's left and right from this campfire, it just overran that town of paradise and pretty much as Cal fire captain says it has wiped it out destroying thousands of buildings. Thousands. I let me give the phone number one more time. We'll take a break and come back with your phone calls. We'll give people living the Thousand Oaks area priority, perhaps you'd like to share a story a personal story that we may not have seen on the news today or heard here on KFI one eight hundred five zero one KFI one eight hundred five zero one KFI. It's Conway show. We're live on KFI more now bender. The latest on the brush fire near Newbury park. It has led to mandatory evacuations in Camarillo springs via Saito trailer park. Cal State Channel Islands dose v. Antos south coast point Mugu naval base as well. The one on one is closed between Newbury park and Camarillo springs. A fire west of Chatsworth just into Ventura County has prompted mandatory evacuations in parts of bell canyon and hidden hills. The latest information on the evacuation centers that have been set up you have to for the of the Newbury park fire that would be the Borchert community centre in Newbury park, Ken Marino community center, and then for the Wolsey fire. That's the one west of Chatsworth. You can go to the Rancho Santa Susanna recreation center. Some of those centers except animals, some do not you can go to emergency dot com. For more information. Check with weather and your one on one next. Well,.

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