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"Bill Handel today, coming up with the top of the hour, the latest on the freeway pellet gun shootings, CHP still stumped by this whole thing. They're trying to figure out how we're into the dozens. Now I think it's high is 80. Incidents of cars being shot at and having the windows blown out while driving along the freeways. Petition to recall George Gascon is officially in circulation. County officials approve the signature gathering effort yesterday to trigger recall. We've got to get a lot of signatures 579,010% of the registered voters in L. A county. I have quick Dump both eras breaking news that it One of the largest master Don finds has been unearthed in Central California Ranger for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, says a worker found a huge trove of fossils, including mastodons. Gum for affairs, which are elephants, but that well, ancestral two elephants, but they had four tusks instead of two and £400 salmon with spikes teeth. And other fossils that have yet to be identified. Holy Hell! Dr Russell Shapiro of the Chico State Department of Geological Environmental Science that says this is highly significant because both the sheer number and diversity of the specimens found Who knew that there were Gumpel fears in California. The Chico State Power is strong this morning. Isn't it feels good. Almost wore my Chico State Church. Well, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo Turns out, he advised his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and senior members of the governor's staff on how to respond to sexual harassment allegations. Cuomo apparently joined a serious of conference calls that included the governor, his top aide, his communications team lawyers in a number of outside advisers. He encouraged his brother to take a defiant position and not to resign from the governor's office. At one point, he used the phrase cancel culture is a reason to hold firm in the face of allegations, Boy. Um Nicholas Lemann is a professor at Columbia at the journalism School. Their New Yorker staff writer, he says, if you're actively advising a politician in trouble while being an on air host on a news network, that's not okay. It's his brother here, something like he said to consult outside consultant. No, it's not okay. If Chris Cuomo then goes on the air and pretends that he's not involved, right, thankfully or, I don't know. Thankfully smartly. The people at CNN do not allow Chris Cuomo to do the story. You cannot do that. He cannot do that, sir, and should never have done any story involving his brother. Do you remember when Antonio Vieira goes is mistress was working at a local TV station and reported the news that Virago so was getting a divorce. Yeah, like she was the anchor who delivered that news. Well, because at the time if I'm not mistaken, nobody at the TV station knew that that was going on Regent. We had to back time and figure it out later. Everybody knows. I mean that But that's a perfect example of how to keep yourself out of trouble, and she didn't at the time. CNN issued a statement saying his involvement was a mistake's Chris has not been involved in CNN's Extensive coverage of the allegations against Governor Cuomo on air or behind the scenes, in part because, as he said on his show, he could never be objective but also because he often serves as a sounding board for his brother. Of course, if my no problem with this whatsoever I have a sister who works for a company in California. That's a not a specific as I'll get. And if she ever came to me because the company was undergoing some weird problem, like a CEO was caught up in a sexual harassment case or whatever, or the, you know, toxic culture stories that we've been doing. And she's asked me about Uh, opinions on how to handle media calls about the sort of thing right? Would absolutely 100% give her up in my opinion on this because she's my sister, my sister. I tell you that part. She's my sister. Of course I would say that. But if it ever came up and we talked about it, I might say to you off the air. Hey, just so you know, I'm real. I'm not going to say anything about this story because I I'm too close to it, or I know people involved with that or anything like that. It's it's weird that they would be so upset that this would be A surprise, perhaps again. Chris Cuomo has every right. I think to advise his brother CNN has every right to tell Chris Cuomo. You cannot say a word about this. Several employees did describe a sense of unease about the role that Chris was playing in advising his brother one even called his decision to do so really upsetting, But I don't know what's the expectation. What do you expect him to do? They told The Washington Post that they were upset. There's a general sense of frustration. Said one on air reporter. I don't think anyone was surprised. They spoke about this given their family, but calls with lawyers and staff. Wow. That's what he's gonna do exactly. What he's gonna do. All right, coming up. Next. It looks like about 70. Big cats have been seized from a couple that was featured in Tiger King where they're gonna put all those cats. How many trucks is it Take to take away 70 Big cats are there more Big cats in Texas than the rest of the world. I'll have the answer for you when we come back. Boy, Gary and Shannon in for Handled today. Jennifer Jones lead with an update on some news. Lisa searching for a guy who's been groping Cal State Northridge students near the campus. This is the latest incident. It happened Monday, A guy approached the student bum behind on a bike, fondled her, then rode off some of the nation's leading infectious disease. Experts say the CBC's new bass guidelines.
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"Record. So Chico State University associate ID of students finalized the results of their student government election and they have a new president and vice president. Beginning May 15th Duncan Young and tearing Burn will take the title. US. Chico State of Social Students, president and vice president. Okay, Thank you, sir. Appreciate it. Another example of cancel culture out there. Okay, there is an African American man named Jason Whitlock, who's a sports writer. And he wrote, he wrote on Twitter That Bob's of, uh, he had a whole line about how he's very critical of one of the black lives matter. Leaders. Patrice Cullors. We talked about her little bit yesterday. One of the founders of BLM is this for the buying houses, things she bought four properties totaling more than $3 million. With. Well, I mean was that you was using money from B'elanna. Well, he said he found it hypocritical, he said. There's so much hypocrisy. She's acting like a capitalist, So he writes that on Twitter and guess what happened. What Twitter shut him out, like, you know. Oh, They did, uh, for being critical for being well, they did. They won't respond to it is not responding to requests. It's so interesting. He's been a critic of black lives matter for a long time, he says. It's the antithesis of Dr Martin Luther King's civil rights movement. You said That's not what a Marxist would do ago made a criticism and got deep platform Jason Whitlock in African American sports writer. Well, it will Democrats. They can't really cancel them, but that they probably they'd like him to retire. Grappling with aging liberal Supreme Court Justice Bryer. I heard this. Yes. So there's this pressure now to get him to retire from the breath bent while they still while Democrats have the majority and the Joe Biden's nominee would get in, so they're stepping up their pressure. They're stepping up the pressure. Yes. Oh, they would like him to retire because they're worried. You know that the Supreme Court could swing right again. If they lose, their majority of some liberal groups have booted up a briar retire campaign. Although the president officially is saying I'm not going to pressure him. No, it's up to him. No, it's it's up to him. It's his decision. His prior 82 years old, he is hey was nominated by Bill Clinton were not pressuring him. It's his decision his decision, but the fact that there are many articles out about it this morning, so the pressure is increasing a new proposal out there. It's not necessarily a new idea, but it's coming back in a new form of getting former prison inmates on the front lines to fight fires this summer. We're looking at a big Former and current and courage and all We did some digging on that She's going to join us with more on this new plan. We're going to need him. Looking.
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"For Wednesday. We're looking at The skies with a high around 64 currently outside, We have a raindrops and 50 degrees in Sacramento, and it's time to take a look at news from your neighborhood. We've got Albert Parnell with what's going on, Albert? Yeah, that's coming out of the Chico Enterprise record. So students at Chico State University are demanding lower tuition due to the pandemic. As of Sunday over 4000 students, which is a quarter of the student population, has signed a petition. Calling for the university decrease. That's wisdom feast. I think a lot of students are feeling that way They're saying, you know, we don't have the amenities. Why should we be paying the big bucks? No, I don't know they're they're vowing to get. I think some percentage of students back on campus. Chico State is another student in other places. They're trying to get more. Yeah, I think lots going to depend on the vaccine. Roll out how we do over the summer and there were things I mean, I can't see students going back to On campus, learning between now and the end of this, you know this term this semester, right and into the spring? Yeah. I mean, I don't know how I think it's easier to K 12 to kind of monitor that. Then it is on the university campus. That'll be interesting. Okay, coming up in the next half hour. We are going to talk to Aubrey Aquino about the effort of Calexico to get that mass vaccination site up and running. It's apparently not so mass right now, so we'll chat with her about what's happening with the with the supply and demand issues over the Cal Expo site. That's all coming up. There was traffic reports every 10 minutes on the 10 this morning keeps rocked a fairly quiet starting a three ways around Sacramento mornings and afternoons. Look out. He's bound traffic hazard in the number two lane, we.
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"Look out on my deck. Alright. Alright. Check outside. Oh, they just say yeah, but you're paying the taxes that get a little news from near. But right now we're paying the taxes right loose from your neighborhood years over until yeah. Rather pay the taxes Then do you know the solar Cortex. What is it? Voice Holler. Paula Haller, Polar For the P sub zero temperatures Solar, you'd be in space and thistles going out the Chico Enterprise record. So the big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve has been given the largest cash gift the reserve has ever received a $1 million donation. Receive from retired Chico State professor Well, West Dempsey, his wife, Phyllis, and their family. That's a generous gift that Isse thank you very much excited to hear this segment that you're gonna be talking about. So we're gonna talk about storytelling. There's a guy named Tom Rinaldi. I don't know if you're familiar with him. This guy's won a ton of awards at the national level for his sports reporting and writing is a tremendous story. Teller worked at a local TV station here in Sacramento for just a short period of time of the night. So Kelly Brothers interview him as part of his podcast, and we're going to talk about the art of telling stories and how it can apply to everyone. Whether you're running a business or you're just going to work. How if you become a good storyteller? You can become better at business, better communication and just better overall, it can help lift up your whole career. Love. It's Yeah, all right. Traffic CSP is on the scene of in weather. Cloudy skies as we head into the day together every 10 minutes on the tens. Let's get this in traffic Now. News 93.1 case we move you news 93.1 kfbk prescription opioids can be addictive and dangerous. I was given a prescription opioid pain medication, and within only a few months, I was completely addicted. I lost.
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"Kfbk rain this afternoon and then storm doors open pretty much all week long. We're going behind your 49 degrees today. Tonight. Rain Low around 41 tomorrow will pop up to about 50 degrees, but again, more rain all the way. Very much through Friday. So enjoy this beautiful sunrise. That's going on right now. It's 30 degrees in Sacramento. After news from the neighborhood, Albert Parnell was ready to go. He's opened up his microphone. He's gonna fire away. Yes, 30 degrees is code, all right? Hello? Yeah. There we go. Sorry. This is coming out of Chico State Enterprise. So Chico State students Regulation center has moved there not electric workout equipment across the street from their rec center unto the second floor of the parking structure, creating a new outdoor working facility for the Chico State students, Okay, when they get back in school, full time in person and Chico State. Thank you, sir. Appreciate that very much. Not just here, By the way did you know storms are ripping through like the Midwest and the East? Oh, yeah. Bama. They had a killer tornado. Some person died. I know. I know it's the weather is the story across the country. There's a story across the country and we bring this up here because look, if your head no. Tonight on head into the mountains anytime in the next three days, folks, this is this is the real deal. So don't mess around with it. Make sure you take all the precautions, your chains all your stuff. Okay. Amazon, offering to lead President Joe Biden. It's operational expertise to shuttle Corona virus vaccines around the country. It's good because California's having difficulty obviously so are other states on progressives within his own party are saying, Let's keep them at arm's length. Why they're concerned that Amazon, in addition to delivering the vaccines will be collecting ah lot of health information on people getting the vaccines and it would be a treasure trove for Amazon because they're now trying to move into the health care market. Which is a $3.8 trillion healthcare markets for vaccines and pharmacies. And all of that Amazon is going to take the science in the data. They won't you size it is. They'll take science data. We're waiting for it. They're gonna steal it. All right, coming up. Remember when Sean Spicer was on dancing with the stars? Do I don't know how that went. That was a disaster. Apparently, there are a lot of politicians that are moving into Hollywood and they're being there's actually sought after by big Casting company. We want to watch them do that. Well, someone wants them wants to watch them do something, Okay, because there's money to be made and politicians as stars coming up. I liked it is.
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"Stephen. Welcome to the show. Bill San. Here we go. Let you know what happened. 10 Chico State. Last November, We rented a four bedroom house with three other boys and their in their family for the guarantee that I don't have any jobs, so both names are on the lease. We did it in November. Deposit down took over the lease starting in June. He was there for a couple weeks found out there was a suicide from one another student. The previous tenant's last April hole in his room, And so he's freaked out. If I'd come get me out of here, I can So I called the property manager. Before he moved down and said, Hey, I want to know somebody ever died in the property. We heard a rumor. She sent an email. We heard a rumor about it. We never looked into it. It was like, Wait a minute. Your job called. The Police department verified. A body was recovered in April. Told them you guys are in violation of silicone 17 10 dash too. And, uh, we're moving out. Can we legally break that lead? G? You know, when I went to law school, it's the class Stop that 17 10-1. And I I wish I had gone. You know the next day? Yeah, you could break the lease. The gala's really clear on that. Well, you know what that has to do with home purchase. And I don't know about that. Except Reynolds. It's okay. Okay. Yeah, I know. There you go. 17-1. Ah, maybe the purchase and to maybe the rental but the bottom line If he does extend the rentals, Hell, yes, the laws really clear. And I take them to court and recover the everyday. Why would argue? Yes. Because they have a duty to inform you. They have breach that duty. I mean, how do you hear a rumor that someone kills himself in an apartment that they're renting? Because you know when they trucked out the remains. What did they do? I mean, they knew there was a an empty apartment. So how do you not know? So Yeah, I think I would argue, but and I think there's emotional damage. On top of that. Because Oh, yeah, yeah, because your son is pretty flipped out about it and end Yeah. Yeah. They moved him out and brought him all the way back to where I know. I know I get it. I understand, And I think the problem is, I don't want them to go after the other families, and that's what she's doing. Going up the way we were going after what other family There's three other voice in the room for four bedroom house. Well, then we all signed individually. Okay, so all you want to do is okay for you. So you're moving out because there's an individual lease unless you're responsible when you signed a lease, or you're responsible for the entire rental It's probably worth it. States an air of anybody reneged on the rent. Oh, yeah, they're okay. Joint. Okay, joining several. Okay, So here's the deal. Ah, the leases either broken or not. And if someone stays in the lease, you, Khun break the lease. But then there is no lease. And if everybody stays there, other than your son that becomes a little bit of an issue. Because it's still being rented. So it's one of those you want to talk. Talk to a landlord tenant attorney because now we're getting pretty specific as to how the law is interpreted, and I did that. He wrote me a letter and he said They're trying to fight that you read the Bible Code says no positive action could be brought forth a landlord or property manager. But the way you read that paragraph One before three years. You have to tell people here. They don't write. No, I understand. It's a three year I get that and I know that and I understand that, And that's why when you told me it was last April, it was within the three year period. So you clearly followed in the three years. But let me ask you something. If the law says you can go after a rental Then how is it that the law also says the property manager that could be held liable or the owner of the rental, so it's totally contradictory. Because the way he broke it down. There's the one prior for three years, and after three years, the paragraph saying no Cause of action, I understand, but it's been within three years. Why? What does he arguing? No. Exactly. Yeah. No, It's just Yeah. Everything. Yeah, he's just blowing smoke. And the answer is yes, I would talk to a landlord tenant attorney, and there may be a very good cause of action as to emotional Ah, even well, if not negligent and necks, Elin, negligent infliction emotion. Address, Maybe even beyond that, So I took it real quick or other demented. You guys sign this last November. Nobody had died in the property yet. So you'd already signed a paper. I said, Yeah. They were still In the program, but you had moved in. You have moved in, so they had to inform you as as you move in or before you moved in. They're not going to argue that or they can. They're gonna argue everything. I mean, obviously, they're trying to swim their way out of it. But I think you have a good case. Landlord Tenant attorney. Absolutely one of the more interesting cases and you go to handle on the law dot com Because we have some eso you went. That's where I go. Mark..
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"Hi, Bill, Man. Here we go. Let you know what happened. Son attends Chico State. Last November, We rented a four bedroom house with three other boys and their in their families, where the guarantee that I don't have any jobs, so both names are on the lease. We did it in November, but that deposit down took over the lease starting in June. Movement in August. He was there for a couple weeks found out there was a suicide from one another student, the previous tenant's last April o in his room. And so he's freaked out. If I come get me out of here. I can so I called the property manager. Before he moved down and said, Hey, I want to know somebody ever died in the property. Oh, we heard a rumor. She sent an email. We heard a rumor about it. We never looked into it. It was like, Wait a minute. Your job called. The Police department verified. A body was recovered in April told them you guys are in violation of silicone 17 10 deaths too. And, uh, We're moving out. Can we legally break that lead? T you know, when I went to law school, it's the class Stop that 17 10-1. I I wish I had gone. You know the next day? Yeah. You could break the lease The laws really clear on that. Well, you know what that has to do with home purchase. And I don't know an excellent Randall. It's okay. Okay. Well, yeah, I know. There he goes. 17-1. Ah, maybe the purchase and to maybe the rental but the bottom line If he does extend the rentals, Hell, yes, The law is really clear. And I take them back to court and recover the fake. Why would argue? Yes. Because they have a duty to inform you. They have breach that duty. I mean, how do you hear a rumor that someone kills himself in an apartment that they're renting? Because you know when they trucked out the remains. What did they do? I I mean, they knew their waas a an empty apartment. So how do you not know? So Yeah, I think I would argue, but and I think there's emotional damage. On top of that. Because Oh, yeah, yeah, because your son is pretty flipped out about it. And, yeah, Yeah. I moved him out and brought him all the way back to where I know. I know I get it. I understand, And I think the problem is, I don't want them to go after the other families, and that's what she's doing. Going up That way. We're going after what other family There's three other boys in the room for four bedroom house. Well, they were all signed individually. Okay, so all you want to do is okay for you. So you're moving out because there's an individual lease unless you're responsible when you signed a lease, or you're responsible for the entire rental It's probably worth it states in there if anybody reneged on the rent. Oh, yeah, They're okay. Joint. Okay, joining several. Okay, So here's the deal. Ah, the leases either broken or not. And if someone stays in the lease, you, Khun break the lease. But then there is no lease. And if everybody stays there, other than your son that becomes a little bit of an issue. Because it's still being rented. So it's one of those you want to talk. Talk to a landlord tenant attorney because now we're getting pretty specific as to how the law is interpreted, and I did that. He wrote me a letter and he said They're trying to fight that you read. The Bible code has no positive acting be brought forth a landlord or a property manager. But the way you read that they're cute paragraph. One before three years. You have to tell people here. They don't write. No, I understand. It's a three year I get that and I that I understand that, And that's why when you told me it was last April, it was within the three year period. So you clearly followed in the three years. But let me ask you something. If the law says you can go after a rental Then how is it that the law also says the property manager that could be held liable or the owner of the rental, so it's totally contradictory. Because the way he broke it down. There's the one prior three years and after three years, so the fair got Dane No cause of action. I understand, but it's been within three years while what does he arguing? No. Exactly. Yeah. No, It's just Yeah. Everything. Yeah, he's just blowing smoke. And the answer is yes. I would talk to a landlord tenant attorney, and there may be a very good cause of action as to emotional even well, if that negligent and ah, next, Elin, negligent infliction, emotional Dress, Maybe even beyond that, So I took it real quick or other defenses. You guys sign this last November. Nobody had died in the property yet. So you've already signed the paper? I said, Yeah. They were still In the prom. Yeah, but you had moved in. You have moved in. So they had to inform you as as you move in or before you moved in. They're not going to argue that or they can. They're gonna argue everything. I mean, obviously, they're trying to swim their way out of it. But I think you have a good case. Landlord Tenant attorney. Absolutely one of the more interesting cases and you go to handle on the law dot com Because we have some s O you want that's where I'd go. Mark. Mark. Hello, Mark, welcome..
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"Yes, that's coming out of the Tahoe Daily Tribune, so South Lake Tahoe voters will get to decide on whether or not they want a one cent sales tax increase. Tio help in AA was supposed to help in I was out fire safety, road rehabilitation and economic insecurity is supposed to raise $55.4 million annually of past. That's what they say. It's like when they bump up our gas tax. And they say they're going to fix our roads on the road still have potholes. In 10 years, it has got a flat tire on Cerri from a pothole him hope. See that multi. But they bumped up your sales tax last year and really helped write the gas tax went up in California year ago. And there's that tax on the tire. You're going by going to goto the road. Oh, my gosh, It's just craziness if you voted in the election You're not alone. More than a million ballots have already been cast in the 2020 president at early voting happening Now it'll be interesting because we still have two more debates to go. I wonder if any one of those 1.2 million ballots were cast by someone who watched last night. Oh, boy, I really wish I hadn't done that the way speaking of the debate we had a professor on today. Ah, press professor from Chico State talking all about last night's debate. She says there actually wasn't Strategy going on ghetto looked yet to look for it. But it was there really. It's just like out of control. Chaos. It Z looks like I mean, you look at the headlines of most most of online sites today. It's like, you know, circus, right? I thought she was great. I really did the professor from Chico State, So what we're gonna do is we're going. We've got some of the clips from that anybody we're going. We're going to roll those up because it's really worth listening to, But she really had a good I thought, Ah, good analysis. What took place would take all right. We'll be right back in through California..
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"Flat out hot this weekend. Here we go Today We're looking at widespread Hes 100 92 degrees in the Valley tomorrow High around 96, then Saturday, the high one on one in Sunday High temperature is 110 degrees. Oh, man, Okay. Hello, September. Let's get over to news from your neighborhood now. Albert Parnell joins us, but he have. Yes, it's coming out of the Chico Enterprise. So Ticos downtown businesses are face an ongoing losses as Chico State goes toe fully online teaching and ask students to leave campus. So the Chico's assistant city manager is projecting losses of 50 to $60 million in direct And indirect economic impact through December because of students not being on campus. College towns getting hit. Yeah, they are, and there are a lot of restaurants in those towns and stores. Them. Yeah. Your governor Andrew Cuomo all but threatened President Trump's safety if he returns to New York City, Direct quote. You better have an army if he thinks he's gonna walk down the street in New York. Wow, who's inciting violence? No, I don't know. Secret service may want to talk to him, right? You're not supposed to threaten the president. All the New York governor should know that. Well, I Kelso's a tough guy, you know? Well, and they don't like each other. I don't know. I don't like you at all mild as my mom used to say. Hate's a strong word, right? Right. Let's go with dislike. Okay, let's go with that, Okay, said the presidential debates are coming up. We got three of them and we now know who the moderators are looking forward to hearing that was always a big deal. It is both campaigns and mean and to those of us who watch Yeah, it matters. It does. I mean, you know if you want a straight down the center kind of moderation or not. You're not going to be looking for Tucker Carlson Or Rachel Maddow. Right? Could you imagine if either of those 20 it actually because fun kind of underwater, actually would. Ah, all right, But we do know the moderates are are where we'll roll that out. Coming up in just about three minutes. Denser fluid. Details are.
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"Hot today with areas of smoke and a high of 93 to 97. Tonight will be clear and easy with areas of smoking a little 50 to 62 tomorrow. Sunshine Hazy hot line 93 to 97 macula there. Meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 currently 66 degrees in Folsom 64 degrees in Sacramento. And here are the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. This morning, California hair salons and barber shops will be open for business kft case. Aubrey Aquino spoke to Anna Toma salon owner who is thrilled to get our clients back in son Thomas's pigtails and Crewcuts hadn't even been opened for a year when the pandemic hit. Its owner, Karen Mo. M. Says. It's been an emotional roller coaster. The way that I'm looking at it is it can only get better from here and, you know, trying to make the most of it. So when we were allowed to open for a short while we did controlled with appointments when we were allowed to operate outdoors, we did. I'm trying to do everything I can. Man to keep my business going. Whatever it takes. The hair salon is known for specializing in kids cuts, but they can take care of grown ups, too. We're also seeing a lot of adults coming in for a haircut, son, especially with Outdoor services. You know a lot of this along, so we're not doing it. So we've been getting a lot of adults in as well that are looking for a place to go and to keep in line with social distancing and frequent cleanups visits right now, or by appointment only Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk, but it is a different story for Jim's and fitness centers. They are limited to outdoors on Lee. Life time Athletic resort GM Rob JJ, Emily says members are anxious to get back in the building. And he says many people are calling. You have not only seen our members want to come back, we had a considerable amount of folks coming from other Health clubs to come to lifetime because they because of our reputation and our brand image family says that they will be ready to go assume is Governor Newsome gives them the thumbs up. More than 700. Students at Chico State will need to find a new place to live dormitories are closed following the Koven 19 outbreak on campus KFBK is Mike Barker reports. University president Gail Hutchinson says nearly 30 cases of Cove in 19 have been tied to the Chico State campus. With many of the cases reported in on campus dorms. Chico State has only been holding classes for a week. But the troubling trend line has only gotten worse. We're able to slow the spread. I would love to see it come back in the spring. But if not our factory, and staff and students were prepared to continue virtually as long as we need, Teo To control this thing. Last week, Hutchinson warn students to quit partying and holding large gatherings. With the threat of expulsion. Chica state will now hold virtual classes for the rest of the fall semester. Mike Baka News. 93.1 kfbk flavored tobacco products will be banned in California starting January. 1st Kate McKay's Dina Kodiak, with details Governor Gavin Newsom quickly signed the new law after it sailed through the legislature Friday. Senate Bill 7 93 by San Matteo, Democrat Geri Hill outlaws the sale of all flavored tobacco and e cigarette products. The measure is aimed at reducing smoking by teenagers,.
"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Albert Parnell joins us with a surprising development in university where students are actually moving into their dorms. That is correct. This is coming out. Ah Chico Enterprise. So this week is moving week for Chico State students during life will look a little bit different Throw just over 1000 students will move in, and each student will get their own room and in some cases There'll be one student in a room with four bids. So you get a sweet That's a bonus. That is a bonus. You remember that house? You're bringing back some bad memories of my freshman year in college. There were three of us just in this tiny little closet. Just, you know, on crawling on top of each other, like, right dorm room, the one that had like the brick walls. It was all brick walls. No, I didn't have one of those. Yeah, my brother had that It was like a Jill house. It's like a prison. I don't want to go to college. No way. I know. And then you went to college and you said, I don't want to leave. This is kind of a sweet deal. By the way, Notre Dame we just heard on the network newscasts. They've suspended their in person classes. We're going to go for it. And then they just they pulled the plug because they're big operate and then didn't they say in the national news that people are leaving? They packed up, rode home That said, I'm not going to stay here then going to Chico. Well, and they said it was partying that was causing. I just don't know how you keep Young people, college students away from each other. You don't I don't. I don't know how you do that. Yeah, And you know what? Statistically. That demographic. You know, Look, I know again, we get back to the demographic 65 70 75 older. That's that. That's the vulnerable population Overwhelmingly, and you look at the CDC numbers. They bear that out again and again so clear and we just keep hearing about science, science science, But yes, it depends on that's very subjective. Okay. Border crossings. We're going. We're going to hit that coming up next, right? Yes, we are, I guess. Apparently it's chain. Ah, lot different now than just one year ago. Do you remember all of the you know the families, the caravan Children with the backpack, everything everyone crossing and coming. Apparently, that's not the case. Now we'll break it down for you. Three minutes for.
"chico state" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"We got him an apartment. So that's um Ruby. Keep moving in wish and we're headed up there to get a ball moved in. On good for him. Is this your 1st 1 to leave the nest? Or how many do you have one? I wanted only no Yeah. Oh, And this is as a freshman is going to Chico State. Yeah. Are you losing it together? But office when I hear you speak about your set to revive my husband, he feels that well, we felt the same way as their only child. Well, you guys went all in on one as well, Didn't you the one and done so. It's like you got everything riding on him. Oh, my gosh. Yeah, You've got a got a lot of writing about anybody's. He's real good boys. So we're very fortunate that which is it's no pressure on him, obviously, but it's so funny. His parents when you have one child, you have such a commitment. Helicopter lifestyle. Whatever around that one, kid. That I was imagining when he leaves the nest like Lonnie is gonna want to move to wherever calling goes to school. I mean, oh, my husband has already mentioned moving up there where he's going to get his department and cool, right? Of course, if you get their remote working anyway, why not write? Just move up by Chico State Just hang out with him. I'm sure he'd love it. Yeah, Forward to that. Actually, I think that's why he's so that he could get that. That extra state. He's like you guys. Oh, my OK. Yeah, exactly. Right. You see the car with you right now. He.
"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A high near 96 clear tonight with a low around 60 degrees tomorrow, sending it hot again. We'll have a high near 98 degrees and then on Thursday Here it comes, will reach the century mark 100 degrees Very hot outside. Right now. Things are warming up in Sacramento. We have 68 degrees that news 98 93.1. Alright news from anywhere. Let's bring in Albert Parnell. Right now it has to do with the Northern California University. Is that right? That is true. We're heading up north. The five or the 99 either warn Chico and because of the proposed cuts and funding to CSU campuses and the governor's budget. Chico State had to notify his employees this lead to prepare for possible layoffs and furloughs. Alright, hitting the university system. No Eso get ready, folks strap in Exactly Guardian reporting this morning Mexico border town. Tried to stop Americans from crossing amid Cove in 19 fears. Turnaround is fair play. It is so far you're not welcome Americans who wanted to go to the Sea of Cortez. Ran into a line of automobiles that were placed on the road. That's that lead to the sea. Put there by locals. They've built their own wall. The local mayor said. We invite us tourists not to visit Mexico. We invite you not wait. Don't need a wall. Right? Well, I mean, I know they're looking at the numbers going up in California saying No, thank you. No, you stay out of our country. All right, a surprising number of women maybe not so surprising. It was a new study that says, Hey, women want to start their own businesses. We have the new numbers. The story of one woman who did it, how she's doing. It comes your way in just three minutes. Politics Donald Trump Joe by the virus, the number of new cases has jumped wildfires. Evacuations were ordered thing is 0% contained to nowhere, staying connected getting away facts. This's Sacramento's news 93 point In one kfbk Get that runner walk in early this morning because it's gonna be hot later on this afternoon. And if you're hitting the roads a lot more in a lot of us are getting our exercise. Boy. Your feet can really take a beating. Did you.
"chico state" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A cz well This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali here in Northern California. The utility P Genie is out of bankruptcy. Thie company entered into Chapter 11 in January 2019 weeks after the camp fire, which killed 86 people and wiped out much of the town of Paradise. While some of state in the region hoping to rebuild many you're starting over in other places. In January, we told you about researchers at Chico State who have been using postal data to figure out where everybody went. Back then Peter Hanson showed me a map that displayed how people were scattered all over California and the U. S. As we were talking. I asked him this. Hey, what do you think's going on with this intensity? That's very bizarre. There's this one kind of outlier in Tennessee that has I want to say there's 20 people there. So so I don't know what it was about that place, but a lot of people went there. The cluster was in and around Crossville, Tennessee, a town of just 12,000 people. So in March, just before the pandemic prompted everything to shut down. I went there to learn Why some campfire survivors now call the area. This was Dark colored Dan and Sherry Wetland are showing me around their house, which sits on 24 acres in Crossville, unlike their home in Paradise, where they ran a construction business for almost five decades. They didn't build this place, but they love it, And they're already thinking about how to add to it. Starting with the guest room. My wife wants me to put a kitchen at here. They get lots of visitors. The wetlands moved here about a month after the campfire. It is a darling little town a ride into the heart of Crossville. Dan tells me how it happened so quickly. Two days after the fire is paradise was still smoldering. Dan drove in and got a look at the damage. He was once the mayor and saw countless homes, businesses and churches that he and sherry had built over decades destroyed. I just said this will never be my town in my lifetime again. And so I just made that decision were gone. I just said we're leaving. We're not going to stay here. It will never be what we knew again ever so we chose to leave. And then over the next few weeks, we decided on Tennessee flew out to Tennessee found a beautiful home. That became our home. Dan took to Tennessee almost right away. He went to high school here, and his uncle and brother were already living here. But for Sherry, it didn't feel like home until a recent road trip. There was a part of me that still felt like if we come back, is the house going to be there, you know, And then when we were headed home way were both saying, Well, we're going to be glad to get out of the car. Get home. It felt like going home paradise anymore. It was here now. A couple of friends and Sherri's mom and sister have moved to the area to in March. When I visited the wetlands organized a re union of the Para decent Stan calls them. Who now live in and around Crossville for Veda Bouffard. The re union puts her back in touch with people She hasn't seen since the fire prize. Well, what have you been doing? Besides moving to cross Bill? Oh, my God. And for Jessie Arnold, it creates an opportunity to make new friends just unbelievable because I don't know any of these people. It's like, how did you end up here for Bouffard? A big draw was that so many people here are devout. It feels like paradise decades ago when she first arrived. I didn't know anybody in paradise when I moved there, either. But there was a church on every corner instead of a bar on every corner, and I Think the same Tennessee the wetlands, longtime friends Randy and Glenn Harris are also here, Randy says. When it came time to rebuild, they decided their money would go farther in Tennessee. In around paradise, where housing costs skyrocketed after the fire came here to visit our dear friends, and when we saw the price of homes we just couldn't refuse..
"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Again what are you doing whatever I can you work you work out then you do news your neighborhood and you do what your what happened and whatever whatever else in whenever I have a little break and try to get some push ups and not right get a free of what's in news from a neighborhood neighborhood coming out of a Orville mercury register over six hundred student employees at Chico state has been furlough between April and may draw on the crown of ours let downs not yet clear how many more for lows or ladles will take place at the university will keep most of its on campus operations virtual in the fall semester thank you I looked in my wallet the other day and I saw these on these gift cards I have in there and I'm like boy I hope these places don't go out of business I seriously thought that yeah now I'm looking at a headline was to drive this morning bankrupt retailers stand to pocket millions of dollars from unused gift cards I believe it I mean a lot of people tried to support local businesses by buying gift cards you know during the pandemic I've had these in my wallet for like a long time well you know what that's on you then when those things fail the engine for Michael hosted a World War no I can actually I can relate I got two or three of them myself and I just haven't had time to you I know well they're gonna make money on us I'm home now that's what they do that it is clearly what they do so the classic college experience that is changing I don't know about how many of you have college students right now but they're really wondering what's gonna look like next year right do I want to I want to take a gap year do I want to go back to I care that things are online at mine I'm gonna miss the football games are fun anybody I'm going to be on campus I now yeah yep so we're gonna talk about that what college may look like according to what we know now that's coming up in three minutes continuous.
"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Nine twenty one foul show. Newsradio gabi. Ma'am. Fifteen dirty A AM kid rock celebrates birthday today. Born nineteen seventy one thanks doing in Marty's driving a truck. What you do when Marnie? Hey, well, I'm crossing the American river here on I five heading into downtown area. Whatever so I have a can of Popeye spinach sitting on a shelf in my house right now that I've had for years and years. And the reason I have it is when my wife was at Chico state. She had a religious studies class, and they wanted everyone to create a religion. So I suggested Popeye she made up this whole big thing about Popeye been some kind of deity and whatever. Great. I still have that. So you still have this. Yeah. I do. Hold on a second. Here you go. There was nobody around me actually, mardi actually if not you just clear them out without horn anyhow. Popeye's spinach can with his picture on the front. Pat is really really cool. They should sell that man. I think they could. I think that'd be a great marketing concept put Popeye on the front of the spinach cans. If I did. No, that's what I'm saying. Is I bought it at the store? I don't remember. I was I don't know fifteen years ago. Oh, Chico state for some reason that she'd made up this deity thing and then created or like label and everything to that's pretty good. Commercially virtually available Popeye spinach, I'll be darn collector's item. Drake, dad, along with your Billy beer there mardi and have a good old Billy beer, but but they're empty kids. I believe you're. It's just like Z. Hey, Marty drive carefully out there, man. Thanks for making me laugh. I wonder what that spinach would look like if you open it up now after all fifteen twenty years in that. Can I bet it has a great shelf-life Brad and Sacramento? Hello. Hey, just wanted to call. And finally, put the music part of this to bed about the worst song. Okay. Cotton eye. Joe? Oh, yes. There's a kind of a weird version of that. Like a really techno version of that by someone right? I don't know why you'd remake that song. Brad.
Who's the drunkest of them all? Minn. cracks the top 10 drunkest states
"I was a little surprised i i thought minnesota would rank higher the number six number four number four on this list of the druggists states montana honestly again cold dark winters people drink that's montana number four number three again i thought this would have been number two after the number tuesday which i thought was number one which is now worth three is alaska of course joe alaska drinks a lot there's no son for months on end its dark it's cold it's dark it's cold what else do you do you write a snow miohan you drink twenty two point one percent of adults in the state of alaska drink excessively thirty three point eight percent alcohol related driving deaths sir number two on this list of the dronka states wisconsin see i thought wisconsin was number one because i thought wisconsin is like number one in terms of the per capita beer consumption pretty sure that data is still true but number two as wisconsin twenty four point five percent of adults drink excessively drunk is metro area in wisconsin by the way i message of course chico state is why chico's are drunk guest i now as they want to pick on the college give that badly but it's true green bay packers what do you do when you're watching the packers you drink excessively in wisconsin that's the way that goes down number one drunk state honest to goodness i had no idea i thought wisconsin was number one in alaska was number two i'm shocked shocked i tell you at the number one drunk estate in the united states of america can you gas serve its now wisconsin is not alaska it's not montana it's not minnesota not massachusetts who knew it's north dakota i'm telling you this is new a hangar say i'm telling you this is new since the oil boom since the bok in oil shale exploded in brought all of these workers in from out of state who aren't used to the north dakota winter and they're drinking excessively north dakota did not used to be the number one state of dronka state i promise you that you go back.
"chico state" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Many so i can't work i won't be able to pay rent i can't pay bills i won't be able to work as a nurse in my career the and you're a nurse in like the stanford medical center in what specifically to your work with yeah so initially arapi response there so when i deserve respect emergencies anytime someone's like dying in the hospital icu to show up we don't need wet he well see why are as an american it's like whatever that's fine we don't need anywhere that knows of what you do is critically important the function of society and if daca is repealed you will be able to perform those duties anymore absolutely have friends were engineers reference teachers accountants i mean they're like doing great job some up lotta taxes right so we are also hearing contributing like beyond taxes you're part of society you're part of your community you have friends neighbours and you're you're contributing like as a as a human being too right i'm here for nineteen years the high right right it felt like you're covered any or like robbing banks or whatever kathy you your program the program that you founded has has worked closely with dreamers as somebody who is an ally what have you observed would go away if dhaka was repealed we know i think about as student dame are former student named dylan for process he graduated from chico state university he's now middle school teacher an english teacher in richmond california where he grew up and he called me the day after the election on november ninth and he told me what it was like to stand in front of his classroom on the day after trump was elected and he told me that he broke down and cried because he didn't know what to tell his students about whether or not he would be there till the end of the year and i think we think a lot about like what.