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"cordova" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Still stuff you should know. All right, I'm hanging. Let's hear it. Oh, okay. Well, the reason that the mannequin la pascualita doesn't look anything like the daughter of pascuala that is shown in that picture is that the woman in the picture is not the daughter of Pascal. There was no daughter of pascuala Esparza. Okay, has that been super confirmed because how stuff works, dug up a woman named Teresa, cordova, who did a dissertation in 2012 from the university of New Mexico that had to do with this. I went down to the shop to interview the, I don't know if this is still the same family. That's one thing I couldn't find. I don't believe it is, but it's the shop's been open the whole time, but I believe it's changed hands. All right. Changed creepy mummified hands. I had an interview lined up with a manager, the manager did not show up for the interview. And they said that, you know, she got back in touch, and they said, no, we think it's bad luck. So we're not going to do this interview. And she proposed, hey, this is all just a marketing thing. Because I have done some pretty extensive public record searching and I have not found that this daughter exists. So they're not going to do this interview because it's negative publicity and this thing's a great marketing tool. Yeah, that's what I was basing it on. Cordova's research. Okay. She searched for obituaries, church documents at the local church, historical records, and found no record of pascuala Esparza having a daughter or at all, let alone one that died. That's how I take it. Okay. As far as whether or not this could be a embalmed human being, not only did how stuff works interview some embalmers and people in the funeral industry, but I got on Reddit, the source for all information. And there were quite a few embalmers who weighed in and all of them said, there's just no way like the most super plus plus two embalming that you could ever do on somebody. If you really wanted someone to last a long time for some weird reason, there's just no way it would last long this long, especially in these conditions. A lot past guerit, if it were an embalmed corpse. First of all, this is been standing in a sunny, bright window for 90 years. And chihuahua. That alone says, nope, not a corpse thing would have rotted by now. It would certainly not look like it does today, which is in pretty good shape, right? The second thing is, there are corpses out there that have been embalmed and kept preserved for very long time, like Lenin's corpse. I don't remember when he died, but I think it was the 30s as well. And if you look at him, he's still looking okay. He's clearly a corpse, but also he's kept under extremely specific conditions. There's a team of people whose job it is to keep him up to snuff. Yeah. Yeah, essentially, and over the years through all of these updates and like freshen ups, he's basically been turned into rubber. Yeah. So you couldn't just embalm a corpse once, stand it up in a dress shop window for 90 years. And it would look like that. It just wouldn't. So yes, if you're a professional or embalmer, you're like, this is not a corpse. It's just not a corpse. Yeah, much less changed the clothes on this thing. Right. I mean, I didn't find any information on that. But unless she's wearing the bridal dress from the 1930s, is that true? I found that there's so she supposedly has varicose veins in her legs. I try to find a picture of that, but I couldn't find one. Okay, here's why, because that piece of information that's bandied about is evidence that she's actually not true. Came from, I don't know if it's true or not, but it really fits into the idea of an urban legend where a woman unnamed who supposedly worked in the dress shop win who knows and was responsible for changing love possibly lita is the one who said that she had varicose veins. That woman might not exist either. Right. So again, we're just following the steps of a great urban legend where it just over time somebody said it, it became a really interesting thing. It's way more interesting than that's a really strange mannequin that they've had since the 1930s. And the dress shop itself is like, no, we're not going to, we're not going to rebuke this or dispute it. Like, it's great. It brings people to our bridal shop. Yeah. Did they ask the lady when she said, she also has varicose veins. I've seen them where they like, is that a blue pen in your front pocket? What pocket? Apparently also, there was another thing that's frequently said like, oh, well, this is great evidence too, that the owner requires that la pascualita be changed from dress to dress behind a drawing curtain. Well, sure. So if she were a mannequin, why would you care? Right. But there is one question I have chuck that I, I find fascinating, nowhere on the Internet, is there even a suggestion of the manufacturer of that mannequin. Oh, right. Or mention of any other mannequins that have hands like that. Nobody stepped up and been like, look, she comes from the line of crazy hands from nerf co that made mannequins back in the 30s. There's nothing like that out there. So I really do wonder who made that mannequin. It's really interesting. And I think that too is helping keep things go. What's going on? Maybe it was Vincent Price. It could have been very creepy. Look at those hands, everybody. I'm telling you. I think to make it even more creepy, we should just sit here in silence for 30 seconds before we finish. Really? All right, I guess we're doing this. I'm going to say short stuff out and I'm just going to sit here. Short steps out. Stuff you should know is a production of iHeartRadio. For more podcasts, my heart radio, visit the iHeartRadio app. Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Top local stories. President Biden continuing his campaign to convince more Americans to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, NBC's Tracy part, the Biden administration missed its goal for 70% of adults to have at least one shot by the fourth of July. We're at 67% 4 states are below. 40% Governor Gavin Newsom says California has already met that goal. KFBK California Wildfire Watch a service of beeline construction, reconstructing homes and lives since 1994 the Salt Fire in Chester County, grew by 700 Acres overnight. It's now threatening the town of Shasta. Flames have burned more than 12,000 acres destroyed 27 homes near Lake Head, which is north of reading. This is Cal Viers Stephan Bomer. Normally during the night time the relative humidity goes up and the fire spread slows down. But on this incident, there's a little phenomenon is happening, which means hot, dry conditions are allowing the salt fire to spread overnight when it would normally be slowing down. Evacuation warnings remain in effect in some areas. I wins dry conditions. Triple digit heat could complicate the firefight this week and a horrifying scene this morning for motorists in Rancho Cordova as they watched the car drift off Sunrise Boulevard and land on the banks of the American River not clear what led to the accident and the extent of the driver's injuries not yet known. Time now for traffic and weather together. Here's day and a half right by the van in Ferguson podcast eastbound 80 Greenback lane to vehicle crash working there tonight injury. That's all we know. Right now. Westbound 50 Harbor Boulevard. We have a traffic hazard Lots of vehicles slamming on the brakes because of our first lander of the afternoon in the number two length, by the way, very heavy traffic eastbound westbound on 50 anywhere near midtown. And if you're sick and tired of the government being involved in every part of your life, telling you what you can and can't do with all these restrictions, then you need to download the Ben Ferguson podcast. You'll love it. The Ben Ferguson podcast downloaded now traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center data has news 93.1 can't be K. It is going to be a hot one. This week. Temperatures touching 180 degrees by Friday. Right now it is 86 degrees in Sacramento. I'm John Libertine. E News. 93.1 kfbk. Next updated less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second It happened on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk New Hot and Iced Sunrise Batch coffee from Duncan. Bright and balanced, full body blend broods so.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rancho Cordova. So our poll question today. This is about the Supreme Court yesterday, just refusing to take up this challenge to the men only military draft. They're suggesting Congress just continue to look at it as they have and the Supreme Court. They say they may take up the issue later. So we're asking you should women be required to sign up for the military draft? Should it be needed? Of course, it hasn't been used in decades, but I guess it's the principle of the thing. So what do you think? Yeah, they should sign up for the draft there in the Senate, the assembly, federal and state assemblies. We've got women governors. We've got all this women's right. Why shouldn't they be signed up for the draft in case of a national emergency? I'm not sure why this issues rised up now by understand it's about the principle. Well, actually, there is a an active push to have this happen. And if you listen, we do have a long story about it that we're running today. But, yeah, there is. There's a suit going on, and there is a big push, especially By there's I think a couple of men and the L You have been working on this. So Yeah, it's very much active, even though again. We have not used the draft for many years. All right, a pound to 50 on your smartphone. You can say open mic if you would like to participate in commenting. So that's coming up. Also ahead. We'll go in depth on this FBI sting that outsmarted and took down hundreds of criminals. It's fairly interesting story and it's wildfire season. As you know, we've got one going right now.
"cordova" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Here 52 degrees out Right now we're on our way to mid seventies again today, slightly warmer tomorrow with a high around 80. Good morning. Our top story on Colorado's Morning news. The state is one step closer to creating a government mandated insurance plan for Colorado, The Colorado option bill. It passed the state Senate, with all Republicans and one Democrat voting. No. Ra. Melissa OC is vice president of government relations for HCIA Health one and is not in favor of the bill, saying lawmakers actually took the public option out of the bill and use the same insurance rates as Medicare uses rates that my government that there's no real actuarial data that was done on this particular rate set that they've determined, and she says the bill will make it tougher for hospitals and clinics in rural areas and communities, which have smaller profit margins. To continue offering the services that they do. One man is wounded, another in custody today after an incident of road rage that led to a shooting in Aurora. A PD spokesman, Matthew Longshore says both men got into a dispute. It happened on I 2 25 while trying to exit on the South bound Parker Road yesterday. That's where one of the people that was shot actually pulled over. That person did call 911 report this as well as the person the other person involved actually drove down Tolo about Quincy and Parker and notified law enforcement as well. Investigators want anybody who saw the encounter to call them and help them figure out the details of what happened. Denver public schools announcing they have the person they want to be the next superintendent of the state's largest school district's After a monthlong search and narrowing down to just three candidates. The school board has made their decision. Dr Alex Moreno, the next leader of Denver public schools, Dr Madero is the child of a Cuban refugee and an immigrant from the Dominican Republic. He comes to Denver from New Rochelle, where he was the assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction. He replaced his former superintendent, Susanna Cordova, who stepped down this past winter after two years in that position. Old Philip K Way. News radio President Biden wants answers about the origins of the coronavirus in Wuhan. The president asked the intelligence community to redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information that could bring us closer to a definitive conclusion. Deputy White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre says getting to the bottom of the cove it crisis will help us prepare for future pandemics she shared with reporters that China should cooperate in a full and transparent investigation. Jean Pierre says that China has not met the standard of transparency thus far. Investigators trying to understand why an employee at a rail yard in San Jose, California, opened fire on Wednesday, killing nine of his co workers and then himself. Identifying the victims has been a slow and agonizing process hampered by beliefs that there might have been explosives in these buildings. A police dog got two hits for bombs. Why suspect Samuel Cassidy killed his co workers is not yet known. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo. This is a horrific.
"cordova" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"I could hardly wait until i had my meat taco. I had been eating those for years. And i took a bite so shocking to me because i could no longer eat. It was a natural process in. I didn't understand it for many many years. But i think that six week fast so change me and he was like my body automatically just kind of went into what it needed the most and what it did no longer need it so i you finding your lifestyle your life changing from all this work that you are doing to uplift your own consciousness yes well yes and especially the last six months. Because i've been living a fairly solitary lockdown life which has had a lot of. I mean time is compressed for me. They're weeks said. I'm not exaggerating i. I think i did a years. Worth of personal shifting. Is that as my consciousness is just evolving upwardly. I don't know any other way to put it more aware of higher dimensions. I'm more aware which is another way of saying on a practical level. I'm more aware of possibilities for the work. I do for the work. Other people do possibilities for what humanity can become. My vision of humanity is much more expensive and much more clear. And i've been asking many different questions i was asking before. So here's one will be interesting. Let's talk about economics for a second. I'm trained as a tax attorney. Now i jokingly tell people. Do you know why people train as tax attorneys. Because i don't think most people ever thought through that well there's only one reason and that's because you want pay taxes in the last twelve months i've shifted to. Oh god someone's gonna hate me right now. Thinking that the wealthy people really should be paying much higher taxes that this is not an equitable system. It's a system. Where if you're not in the top three percent you don't own much you don't own the majority and the truth is if you're not in the top twenty percent..
"cordova" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"But the one of the things i do when i go camping. This very specific is people will sometimes come over and they go. Oh my god. You've got the biggest fire of seem. Like i just by all the would i can and i. It is a spiritual experience every night of having a fire. It's shimada i write things. And i burn them up in the fire. You know that process. And i sit and watch the fire and it's like i purify inside because the fires burning inside of me but not in a bad way in a good way. That's cleaning may cleansing me. So i go for the spirit for me. Going to the mountains going nature is is first and foremost the spiritual journey and it can be that walking meditation. I like to just sit and listen to the water. Go over over rocks. I find that very soothing to my soul It connects me to higher power. Just being in that moment being in that breathing that air because the air is cleaner. Typically when you're out in the mountains because if getting cleansed by all those trees and just listening just being like when. I wake up in the morning but i go camping. I don't need to set my alarm or anything because we have an in the mountains of colorado. We have wild turkeys. Wild turkeys are going to wake you up. You know the different birds. They're going to wake you up. And i just feel at one but i just allow myself. It's not this is the thing and it's such a good question. i wanna answer it. This way is not what i do. It's not doing one. Gonna when i have met one of the questions that come up for people when i have met them in our very business environment. Okay they come in into our money and you program our fiscal entrepreneurs where you have todd. You have participated in thank you so much for the honor or having you asset participant..
"cordova" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Jv you know. We had such a great conversation before the break in. I was just thinking about the process. That i have gone through. You know through that game. And i think that you're going to have some of you. School are going to be really inspired to move a lot faster than we have. You know i took decades. You took less time and So why don't we move a little bit more into the steps that you have taken in negative are now going to be teaching quite specifically about how to have a very conscious and a very profitable business so go ahead and list maybe break it down for you beautiful and i love that you ask it that way Doria because so many people come to me. You know like after a while. You notice the problems. There's patterns to those potter problems and one of the most frequent questions either directly astor just by how they're framing things is how do i how am i conscious. How do i live on purpose and put money in the bank. Like people seem to think of those as two different worlds yet. You and i know if you bring them together you actually make more money. That's the paradox. That that other world is not the best world for making money. Because it's just not set up as well as this one. So let's go through the steps that i go through with every client whether it's an group it's private you know. We always go back and we look at someone's specific purpose. Now i believe. And i know you do to that we all have a divine reason for being on this planet that there's a spiritual reason that we're here. There's no accident. You and i are talking if you're listening and you're joined us for this show this episode. There's no accident that you're here. Everything gets attracted to exactly what i'm just going to say at a deeper level we each need and so there's a reason that we're here so one of the things i help..
"cordova" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"What happened on monday afternoon. Follows a year of demanding work for these employees particularly those employees at the king superstores in boulder because of the tragic events of monday but overall because of the covid nineteen pandemic and that fact is not lost on kim cordova who is president of the united food at bursa workers local seven. Unfortunately she said these workers are going to be traumatized over. The situation is so many are but really acted as heroes as they have been throughout this whole pandemic sin opportunity for us to look for any possible silver lining to look for the positive in this situation as we have become so increasingly hooked into technology. Losing something that is so important to all of us and that is human interaction. perhaps we can all become a little bit more human not only as a result of all the isolation that we've experienced throughout the covid nineteen but as we come together as a community during a time of tragedy to fan the flames of hope to lift each other up. Because you know what i discovered when you give that gift of humanity to someone else when you thank them when you simply say. I appreciate you when you share a laugh together. It doesn't only lift their spirits because what it's one of the greatest gifts and it costs nothing not only that you can give them but to you can give yourself cordova. Went on to say they really care about their community. These employees this boulder in super and their customers and each other and now now they were faced with this tragedy now while the union itself represents about thirty store employees at this Boulder king super location cordova said they hoped to help. All of the staff is needed in the coming days. Cordova said the union won't work with king superstores to get in store counseling for the employees and figure out what other benefits what other assistance. What other resources might be appropriate along those lines. You had the union issuing the.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK, and it's 6 38 kfbk. Good evening. I'm Kitty O'Neil Glad you here for the KPK afternoon news. Well now trending some distressing news for unemployed Californians waiting to get paid. And Sacramento counties top administrator calling it quits and a 91 year old California man is reunited with a wallet he lost in the 19 sixties. On another continent. Did I say traffic and weather together First, Let's start with paper. Kay's Dana has lost diners card much about California community College is saying Right now we have an accident with injuries. South bound hazel over westbound 52 vehicles involved and somebody got hurt. So get Rancho Cordova PD on the way and an ambulance responding as well. South bound hazel is gonna be over westbound 50 Paying for college isn't easy, but help is here Complete the F A F essay by the Cal Grant march. Taken deadline to be eligible for the most financial aid. Possible visit. Stay enrolled. Calm or your financial aid office for help brought to you by the California community Colleges. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Staying ahead news 93.1 kfbk. Tonight will be clear and cold will see a nine time low of 33 to 37 tomorrow and Sunday. Plenty of sunshine for your weekend. We'll see a high tomorrow 62 to 66 Sunday will reach a high 63 to 67. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk..
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Through a fair and face approach. When it's your turn, get vaccinated and keep wearing a mask Because together we can end the pandemic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons staying ahead snooze 93.1 kfbk. Partly cloudy and chilly tonight alot of 38 to 42 4 Tonight Mostly cloudy skies tomorrow will see a high tomorrow 53 to 57 Plenty of sunshine on tap for Thursday. Ah, hi Thursday 57 To 61 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk 54 in El Dorado Hills 55, Rancho Cordova 57 Carmichael Now 5, 11 and kfbk. Talking about your poll question. Governor Newsome's job approval rating has plummeted more than a third of the state's registered voters say they would vote for recall if it qualifies for the ballot. Adduce support the recall. We're asking you that's on our KPK Twitter page or you can call in on the pound to 50 line like these listeners. We need to recall Newsome it hold things started way back when he first got elected, and he put a moratorium on the death penalty, which would Voted on by the voters and approved by the voters, and he decided all by his own son to put a moratorium on it. Also his recent failures with a D, D, billions and billions of our tax paying dollars gone because it wasn't managed right, and he has to own that at the governor. He can't just put it off on the A D D Division in a drunken state, So that's him. The Kobe the vaccine rollout has been a bitter failure and disappointment. People can be three on how to get it when they qualify for the direction given, so it's time for him to go. I fully support recalling Gavin Newsom. I think at this point, it doesn't matter. Your political party he is they do As I say, not as I do Hypocrite. He has handled the pandemic terribly and for him to recently say the data for opening up the restaurant, outdoor dining and everything recently is too confusing. Is actually a slap in the face to Americans. It's like he thinks we're too stupid to share the data when in fact, the problem is the data he's looking at, is not scientific. He has no basis for doing what he's been doing, opening and closing. Would 100% before the recall efforts for Gavin Newsom that is on the ballot for one is always said to follow the science on shutting down our businesses. There has been no science. So if you wanna weigh in its pound to 50 on your smartphone and just say open mic that opens the recorder, and you can record your piece and just be succinct if you can so we can get his money and as possible Well, just ahead will look at status of your next potential stimulus check from the Feds. That's on news. 93.1 kpk live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. What happens next winter? Newsome is expected to release more details. You'll be the first to know just learning about this breaking story. Check in 345 times today. I need to know what happened. Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Park, with over 3700 and the area around Rancho Cordova around 300, plus real Linda 221,100, the Rosemont area. Those some of the worst areas do be very careful around signal lights. We've had had crashes where people have just not paid attention and blown right through them. Stop create, like a four way stop, then proceed when it's safe to do so. Of a traffic hazard right now, North Bound five. Just South eastbound 50 transition vehicle facing sideways Block number three and four lanes don't know exactly how that happened. But that's we're dealing with North found Water Avenue all tarted expressway and non injury crash. Two vehicles involved Center Divide and left Turn lane currently blocked traffic Hazard North Market Boulevard Gateway Park Boulevard. Reports there of trees down in the center divide that's cutting down the lanes heading up in the high country. You've got chain requirements still on 50 and 80. Now chain requirements on 50 from Pollock pines to three miles east of Pollock pines, along with Kuipers to Myers, Traffic, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons Next traffic 803 Bob Williams News 93.1 kfbk. Now. Sacramento weather That's what Dwight should effect through tomorrow to dune Rain tonight. Win diminishing late tonight, though, 46 to 50 rain tomorrow, the additional rain could lead to flooding problems. I've 52 to 56 a passing shower in Friday. Partial sun I've 54 to 58 Thank you. Weathersby Barson News 93.1 kfbk Next update in less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second and have it on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. To celebrate state farm. Surprisingly great rates we gave this song surprisingly great lyrics. State farm brasses man disbar you. That's what I said. Now crosses grasses that surprise You. Just go ahead. Now. Keep that money in your.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Loomis, 46, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento also 46 degrees now. At 4 42 and just want to share this that Davis Police Department has sent out this message to share this, saying the power is out in many parts of the city. There's currently no timeline as to when it will be restored. As a result, many traffic signals are not working. We ask that everyone please drive carefully and remember to treat non functioning traffic signals and dark intersections without power as a four way stop sign. Please help us promote traffic safety and reduce collisions. And although that came from the Davis Police Department, I'm sure it is applicability to other areas as well. So we're on our poll question. Sorry, right a little bit of time, but we have some calls, and we'll get to them. I promise next time asking about let them play the resolution opening up, sport, you sporting activities and competition. What do you think so far on our Twitter poll? We've got 93% of the respondents say, Yeah. Open up. You sports about 7%. No. Yeah, So there it is. Oh, and one rights and those with higher risk fast factors. Aren't going to be at the sporting events very much. It is not necessary to keep you sports lockdown is what they write. Right. It's for 43. Now it kfbk and still come on our afternoon news. We'll look at the deadly results of last night's winter storm. That's ahead on news. 93.1 kpk traffic and weather too. And you may not have a radio at home. But you have a smartphone. Perhaps smart speakers. Maybe you could listen.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Three trials are being planned in Spain and the United States. I'm Joe Michael's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramento traffic You're leaving a 34 Bob Williams in the kfbk traffics in her latest check on Smud outages over 30,000 customers without power. Some of the worst impacted areas ardent with over 900 outages, Carmichael with over 17,000 Citrus Heights well over 2800. Portland with over 500 has to be the whole town downtown Sacramento over 500 east, Sacramento. Over 500 around executive airport, 200 Fair Oaks, nearly 1100 floor and 600. And that we have about 200 in the Gulf area. Laguna was 700 land park with 700 North Highlands down from 3800 to about 1200 at this time, north Sacramento and over 200 outages. Orange Day old over 500 Pocket Greenhaven around 250 Rancho Cordova with nearly 130 Real Linda with a few dozen in south to Thomas with over 1400. Have a lot of dark and intersections, treat them all like, four way stops. And don't assume that people coming from the other direction are doing the same thing. Travelers heading towards Oregon, You got a problem North, bound by five. Traffic is being held 10 miles north of reading, dude, a very bad with the road conditions in that area. Taking our freeways close to the home heading out of Nevada City Change required five miles east of Nevada City. The junction of I 80 They are checking big rigs from proper chains on 20 in Nevada City. By 80. You got chain requirements three miles east of Gold runs The Donner Lake Interchange. Big rigs being screened for proper chains at Applegate right now. Highway 50. No chains required over Echo Summit. Problems with the thing's blowing in the roadway had reports that near the airport South bound 51 of those attenuated barrels, you know the ones that they put along the side of the road to make sure you don't smack into stuff One cut loose since blowing around in the roadway right now. Traffic hazard 50 eastbound near Green Stone wrote something across all the lanes where the winds blowing it could be darn near anything. Use caution out there. If you don't have to drive tonight. Well, guess what, You really shouldn't traffic every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Next traffic.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Man is reportedly armed with a knife and barricaded himself inside of the best Western plus in Rancho Cordova, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento County Sheriff Department deputies are on scene and believe the man is alone inside of his room. We also got word that some guests have been evacuated and there are no injuries to report at the moment, but an armed standoff is currently where we're at and say where that is again. Taylor. It is in Rancho Cordova, the best Western plus in Rancho Cordova. Okay, so obviously there'll be some traffic impact. I would say in the immediate area, so I'll ask Ting in the traffic department and we'll get the latest for you. All right. Thanks, Taylor. And in depth here with the second branch of the FBI, working with local, state and federal law enforcement officials and preparing for any potential violence related to the recent unrest in Washington, D. C. K P case, Joe Michaels is live in studio with more kiddy. FBI agents are operating a command post to facilitate coordination among department's special agent in charge. Sean Reagan says tactical and intelligence specialists, bomb technicians and evidence response teams are ready to support investigations. And respond to potential threats. We are getting tips and leads from both our headquarters from other field offices around the country as to what they're picking up on what they're hearing threat streams, interviews and source reporting that they have that might indicate that there's any type of violence planned or criminal activity planned either the state Capitol where else where he says those threats are coming from around the country. The generalized threats that we're hearing are aimed at both the U. S. Capitol. Again from a follow on from last week, but then also the 50 state capitals that make up our union and then in between as well. Agent Reagan says FBI concerns is the same as those Rays during last year's civil unrest. Primary focus is preventing violence in the first place and then have any violence or criminal activity occurs. Being able to either. If it's a federal violation, step in ourselves to mitigate it quickly and bring those responsible to justice often times is a state or local violation. In that case, our priority is passing that information to our partners. So they can action it. We want to prevent loss of life. We want to prevent injury and we want to make sure the community of states. He says. Authorities will be walking the line between protecting Californians and allowing demonstrators their First Amendment rights to balance that we always walk, and we're very careful on how we tread in that regard because First Amendment rights were cherished by us all to include law enforcement. We want everybody to be able to Promote their first mineral rights to utilize the First Amendment rights to enjoy their first Met. Rights of Prima speech. Freeman Assembly Freedom petition the government But when people step over that line and want to use violence to promote their beliefs or their political ideology, that's where law enforcement comes in to prevent violence for what harm death to fellow citizens. Agent Reagan says there are no credible threats that involve military style tactics using the D. C incident, but that is Always a concern, CHP commissioner Amanda Ray telling us she's placing uniformed officers on tactical alert for the indefinite future to allow for maximum efforts in protecting public safety and the protection of state buildings. And District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert is warning that any individuals who choose to engage in criminal behavior in Sacramento or at the state Capitol will face prosecution to the fullest extent of the law Getting all right. Keep the case Joe Michael's there. 5 20 traffic and weather together right now, let's check that Friday commute with Dana has back to the basement. No, I'll be safe there. Right. You by Sacramento County Public Health Wow. Downtown of the split 10 minutes. Eastbound Camp City. Heaviest traffic, of course in Midtown, usually Sweat to Roseville. Another 10 minutes and then you are at Douglass Boulevard and downtown L groves have found I five is 10 minutes as well. Make that 11 minutes as you make your way down the aisle Grove Boulevard but much heavier on 99 at this point with a 15 to 16 minute drive down there. The heavy traffic pretty much disappears after Florence so just hang in there. You're gonna fall some 19 minutes on eastbound 50. 16 minutes, Woodland North Bound I five and Davis nine minutes westbound 80 eastbound. Hey, slow down there really heavy all the way through the Davis area from 1 13 to just pass Mace but still kind of sluggish to get across the causeway. Your actions today help protect all of us tomorrow where a mask avoid large gatherings in practice social distancing to slow the spread of covert 19 visit.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"1 800 get Roto or at Roto Rooter See a com traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk and I will see cloudy skies expect a low tonight of 44 to 48 temperatures approaching near record highs Tomorrow we'll see mostly cloudy skies and a high 63 to 67. Thursday, partly sunny near record breaking highs. Once again, we'll see a high Thursday 62 to 66 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk 54 in Elk Grove 55 in Citrus sites. 54 in Rancho Cordova Business and Money News one more time tonight with Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers. Imagine you have one of those wallets that contains Bitcoin your Bitcoin and that Bitcoin has grown to be worth almost $220 million, and you can't remember the password. That is the case for Steffen Thomas, a German born programmer living in San Francisco, and because this isn't controlled by any bank or any government. He only has two more chances at a password. His first eight were wrong after 10 Sciences. It is locked up forever, and he will never get the money that is in that account. If you could believe it or not, it encrypts the contents forever. He has two more chances. He lies awake at night, trying to figure out what the password was on that account. Try password. Really? Just try it. Who knows? Market overall today a little bit higher would despite everything going on politically in this country a down day yesterday But today climbing a little bit again. Dow up 68 31,068. NASDAQ Up 36 to 13,072 the S and P Up one point gold down 17 18 44 Announced 10 Year Bond Yield 1.13%. Okay, thank you. Kelly and President Trump went to the US Mexico Mexico border in Texas today. NBC's Alex Stone has more on.
"cordova" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rancho Cordova. 31 is our time now at KFBK. We will start with your top local stories. Coronavirus, Very latest news 93.1 KFBK, California hospitals are in crisis today with too many patients and not enough room escape decays. Michael Laurie explains California hospitals or the epicenter of the covert crisis with ICU capacity at 0% in areas surrounding Los Angeles and the San Joaquin Valley. Federal officials tell us 48 of the top 100 hospitals with the highest rate of covert 19 patients are in California, followed by Texas with 15 ICU admissions have spiked 22% over the past two weeks, and experts fear it's only going to get worse as the post holiday surge reaches a peak. Michael Orey News, 93.1 KFBK and More news now with K P. K's Joe Michael City of a Covert 19 variant, first found in the United Kingdom has now been detected in four states and ABC is Alex Stone tells us California's count just went way up. Already. Four cases of the cove in 19 variant were known in San Diego County. And now the county is reporting 24 Mork confirmed and form or probable cases to a total of 32 Cove in 19 Varian cases in the county. 16, or men, 16 or women. The 24 newly confirmed cases have no travel history and come from 19 households. It's believed the very end he is spreading in communities across the country at this point Like stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles The number of intensive care unit beds available in the Greater Sacramento region is falling kfbk staler Martin tells us, that means the region isn't.
Steady Grind Leads to Sustainable Side Income
"John mcadam is a self described nerd at heart. That's why he's been making websites for more than a decade initially just for fun way back. When he started he was simply curious. You wanted to develop his development skills so he began to make websites for himself his friends family members and local churches all for free at that point he says that money was not a motivating factor for him instead. Every new project helped him learn something new. And that was valuable. Sony began to expand out from just building web sites. He learned to make simple web applications. John create these products for one reason to help solve a problem. He was facing himself after he would solve the problem. He publishes work to the chrome app store. Figured if he had a problem that people might have it too and it would help them again. He was doing this for free no charge. John spent much of his free time working on these projects. Never earning a dime from them but again he was learning he identified two very important things he was learning. One was the portfolio of technical skills that still to this day. The other was the notion of what he calls. Putting in the work. Essentially john got used to grinding. He would wake up at five in the morning to work on side on days off drive a few hours to attend community development meet ups to connect with others in his field. One time even left a few hours late for a vacation to finish update after building both his skills and his mindset. John began to venture into paid work. That's right there is a satisfied connection. Every store we have here is all about paid work. John had plenty of pro bono. Work to showcase which helped him land his very first client. Someone had heard about him and told her husband who was looking to hire someone to a site for his small business. John was ecstatic for the first time. He realized that making extra money on the side is possible now while he was getting paid now he still did not value profit the most in terms of his business above all else he wanted clients to want to pay him because he was adding so much guy to their goals. So in the first year. John made a grand total of one thousand two hundred and forty dollars. He found most of his other clients just like he found the first word of mouth. He was constantly telling people in this community about his. After hours work for the next few years he slowly began to increase profits. More people found out about him which caused him to get more referrals. Also purchase google edwards and renamed his business apps by john twenty fifteen. John was making about five thousand dollars a year from his hustle. Then tekere emailed him hoping to recruit him for a project. Ironically they reached out to him because john published one of his failed projects online for all the world to see. This failed app. Used a specific kind of technology called cordova apps although it was his least successful app by continuing to publish work that he knew as imperfect he made this new connection john agreed to work with tech recruiter and successfully help the company. Deliver a mobile app for the client. The company was happy with his work and his work ethic and has kept him on as sub-contractor ever since now this was great for john in more ways than one his profits increased substantially and. Now here's about forty thousand dollars a year just from his side hustle by working with the larger team. He's been able to work with more. Prestigious clients have been able to impact more people. Not only that but working with the larger business has helped polish skills even further now. John doesn't have to find as many personal client. Projects still does every now and then when the work it is consulting contract fluctuates. He says there were many things he did right so he could be ready for this opportunity. This includes not giving up even when the hustle got tough showcasing. His failed app not being afraid to do that and having confidence in his abilities which grew over time at this point john has no idea. What's next enjoys both this side hustle. Ns fulltime job as a transportation engineer. An extra forty thousand dollars. A year on the side isn't bad either.
The Yosemite Sightseer Murders
"In December nineteen, ninety-eight, Sylvana, Polo left her home city of Cordova Argentina banned for the United States. The, sixteen year old had inherited her mother's spirit for travel and had signed up to bay a Foreign Exchange Juden. For the next three months, Silvana would be living with the six member to family in the northern Californian port city, of Eureka. The pelos Os and sons were longtime friends through mother's Ricco and Cairo. The two women met in the seventies when Carol traveled to Argentina has an exchange student herself. Carol Ray visited the country used laid off with her two year old daughter Juliana better known as Julie. But this stage the Palacios had two daughters with Sylvana the younger of the Pan. Into Julie Juliane to a similar in age but opposite in personality. Sylvana was an introvert unlock Julie more outgoing. Despite that differences, the girls formed a lifelong friendship of their own. Silvino was Jud to return home from the US in light. March nineteen ninety nine. As she was very interested in American culture, the sons had endeavoured to give her a memorable experience of their homeland. They had taken Sylvana old across the state to visit landmarks such as Disneyland Tint Fisherman's wharf. The Grand Canyon in Arizona was next on the list as was Yosemite. National Park. It took Cairo son a month to meticulously planned the perfect to road trip to Yosemite. Carol schedule was typically fool with family work and other commitments. So she made the most of every minute of her vacations. They Yosemite troop revolved around one of Julie's leading competitions and would be taking place over four days that encompassed the long weekend. Only carroo Julie, and Sylvana would be going. It was set to bay a you naked fanshawe as winter had brought snow to the region. The trip began on Friday February twelve. Carol Julie and Seven A- flew to San Francisco. From there they ha- Attica, and of two hours northeast to Stockton. City was home to the University of the Pacific where Julie's cheerleading competition took place on Saturday February. Thirteen. Julie was impressed by the campus and considered enrolling their after graduating high school. She had ambitions to become either a chef for an architect while maintaining her. For Violin and piano. Julie Caroline Sylvana, organized to return to the university for a proper tool in three days time. From Stockton the trio drove to the small farming town of Moore said known as the gateway to Yosemite. They spent the nod at the Ramada Rin before continuing on to Yosemite National. Park on the Sunday. Selena was particularly excited to see Yosemite granite cliffs waterfalls, lakes, meadows, and mountains. Shay was inactive person by nature who enjoyed our skating skiing and roller skating. She'll say loved the outdoors and hoped to study in the environmental field in the future. Carol. Julie and Venus spent death first day at Yosemite exploring pod of the pox seven hundred and fifty thousand acres of. Rugged. Wilderness. Before and they drove through the dense and far raging forests along highway one forty to the nearby town of. El Porto. There they checked in at the Saito Lodge. An affordable hotel on the banks of the mess said reveal. On the evening of Monday February fifteen, yen sund received a phone call from his wife Carol. Shea. Happily spoke of her time away with the Julie and Silvy Narine Yosemite. They had spent the previous two days exploring the park and was settling in for their phone or gnawed at the hotel.
4-year-old boy saved from drowning by Miami officers
"Drowning in the North East. Miami Dade Canal finds himself in need of help. That's where four Miami Dade police officers come in. They work together to rescue the child and mom who was not cooperating, even though it's part of our job, But it feels like gratifying, You know, be able to say that that I saved for your life and his mom officer Sergio Cordova says every second counted so he didn't hesitate to reach over the embankment to grab the child. The dramatic saves caught on body Cam. You can see the video of w y o d dot com Royal Caribbean Cruise Line continues developing
Independent autopsy reveals Andres Guardado was shot five times in the back by Los Angeles Sheriff
"Old Andres Guardado was shot and killed by an L. A county sheriff's deputy last month. Large public protests followed weeks later. An independent autopsy is giving Cordova's family some details about what happened. KPCC is Robert Horava has more. The guard out of family requested their own autopsy while it awaits the county's official, one external autopsy shows that the young man was fatally shot five times in the back. Your daughter's parents said in a statement that the findings confirmed that their son was unjustifiably killed by an L. A county sheriff's deputy sheriff's officials say Guardado produced a handgun at the scene, which is family disputes. At a press conference Wednesday. Commander Chris Marc said the deputy who fired six rounds during the incident, had not been interviewed yet and cannot be compelled to talk during a criminal investigation. We want his cooperation We want his statement. So we are on his time table on that marks couldn't say when the sheriff's department would release findings from its investigation, But he did say that it could take months.
Meat processing workers fear health risks despite increased pay
"Well a fourth USDA food inspector has died of the corona virus that comes as the meat packing plants they inspected become hot spots for outbreaks at least ten thousand meatpacking workers across the country have been infected likely far more and at least thirty have died Kim Cordova as president of the U. F. C. W. local seven union which represents workers in Colorado and Wyoming including meat Packers she joins us now welcome thank you for having me well let's start with the workers that you represent several thousand workers for the food processing giant J. B. S. what has happened to them since this pandemic began how many have gotten sick so we have had seven deaths in the Greenlee put facility so I believe we have the largest death toll for the entire country total for our plant we have three hundred sixteen positive cases but we have not had testing for all of the workers so they did not until this week even offer testing for a symptomatic workers is so the plant was closed back in April after the third death at the plant so they are back in operating again but yes we've had several deaths since the plan was re opened and what are the conditions like at this point in the plan is the facility save how close together or the workers were kind of protection do they have so while the plant was closed the company did make some improvements to the plant like in the lunch rooms break rooms they put plexi glass dividers that on the fabrication side of the floor they did put metal dividers that they have markings on the floor to identify six foot of social distancing their staggering breaks also they do not have the highest level of personal protective equipment like respirators but without daily testing and they opened up that plant without testing all of the workers we've seen the numbers start to move up again you know the plant was about a hundred and twenty somewhere around there positive cases those were workers that were had symptoms that were tested at yesterday's numbers that we have three hundred and sixteen and they just started offering voluntary testing but out of sight that's not on the plant you know on the plant site you have to drop five to a community college and get tested and they also have the testing during work hours so they are going to have to do something about that personal protective equipment and areas in the plant where you just can't social distance well what do workers tell you are they glad to be going back into work or they're afraid you know a lot of workers are scared they need to be able to pay their rent and provide you know a living for their families a lot of workers are still grieving the death of their co workers and as well as their family members that died so we still have workers that are on ventilators you know we know of one family that soon have to make it to the you know the most horrible decision to take their family member there JB it's a J. B. as she's a JBS worker off the ventilator or you know she will be on the ventilator for the rest of her life in a coma so it's it's a really bad situation for the workers Kim let me ask you this question because there are a lot of listeners probably hearing you talk about this and wondering whether they ought to just stop buying meat for the moment because they don't want to contribute to the situation what would you say to Americans who are hearing this and they're worried about being part of the problem there is a way that you can run this plant and keep the food supply chain going it we need to run it safely so when the president of the United States states invoked his executive order you know he failed to provide any type of safety mechanisms or invoke you know strong safety laws enforceable laws that would be number one so you can run the food supply chain if we had safety controls in place so there needs to be some real change in those industries and you can continue to continue the flow of the food chain but we need to have it say for the work force let me finally ask you you represent another group of workers the Kroger's grocery store workers in Kroger's has announced that it is ending here pay for workers this weekend that was an additional two dollars an hour that it was giving to workers during this crisis what what are your workers saying about that well they're really upset because we're not out of the woods yet you know with the states opening up these workers are going to be put but you know they're still at risk they have to often work you know address customers face to face whether helping and assisting them and for the company to take the bonus away with the workers don't understand that because the companies have profited the most Kroger has they've had record sales but they're taking the pain away from the front line workers and so we're hoping that croaker reef you know rethink their decision and provide that additional two dollars for these workers that have really risked everything there's that their health and safety as well as their family members that is Kim Cordova who is president of UFCW local seven union in Colorado and Wyoming she represents meatpacking employees grocery store workers and more thank you so much for joining us thank you Jeremy have a wonderful have a
Against All Odds: Lone Survivor
"We're all going through some degree of hardship right now but most of us have family or friends in person via technology to help us through in that respect alone. We're doing a lot better than the subjects of today's episode. Take for instance Ricky McGee in two thousand and six when he stumbled in front of a pickup truck of two Australian Ranch Workers Jack Larussa the local parlance. He's deeply sun-scorched. Skin hung off skeleton. They weren't even sure they were looking at a man and not some demon of the northern outback. Things had been considerably better for McGee. Ten weeks earlier the thirty five year old was hale and hearty and had just landed a new job driving along a baron. North Australia highway. He spotted a group of stranded travelers in their vehicle on the side of the road knowing it could be a long time before anyone else came by. He let some of the men get into his car to drop them at the next town. That was the last thing he could clearly remember. He came to in the middle of the desert stripped naked and barefoot under the harsh Sun which bonus fact bombards Australia with more UV rays and other continents because of the whole meal zone layer. Mcgee had nothing not even a notion of which way to go waiting for help to find him seemed fruitless so he began to walk each morning. He told himself today was the day today. He would see a house or town. At least erode he could follow each day ended the same as the day before there was one ameliorating factor in his situation. The rainy season had just ended and there was water to be found. He found a decent size waterhole and began to try to make shelter one week had ticked by before food in the form of a lizard crossed. Mcgee's path he was able to catch and kill it with his bare hands. Laying the meat out in the sun to dry McGee's diet was made up of anything that walked crawled or slithered past him lizards snakes grasshoppers bugs and even leeches after his ordeal. Mcgee said that the Leeches weren't bad but you had to eat them quickly otherwise they'd attached to the inside of your mouth. He also eight any plant that passed a taste test which is not strictly speaking the best way to find non poisonous plants but he got lucky. His Diet was diverse. But not plentiful calories were thin on the ground no pun intended dingoes have begun prowling around trying to decide if he was meet yet starving weakening and beginning to despair mcghie fashioned across for the top of his shelter. It seemed likely that the shelter would become his casket but he managed to stay alive when he'd been carjacked. Mcgee weighed two hundred thirty three pounds or about one hundred and five kilograms when the jackaroo found him he only weighed a hundred pounds or forty five kilograms but he was alive. He managed to keep himself going alone in the desert for seventy one days in what his rescuers described as one of the most isolated places in Australia. Mcgee was flown to the Royal Darwin Hospital where medical staff described as a but well hydrated a credit to his decision to stay at the waterhole police and the media were initially suspicious of McGee's story assuming that his previous minor drug offence must have meant he'd been up to dirty deals with dirty dealers and that's how he ended up stranded. His stolen car never turned up. Which would have helped his story. Mcgee even offered to eat a frog on live. Tv BUT THANKFULLY BUSH. Survival experts weighed in that his story was plausible. So no more frogs for Ricky. Mcgee water kept Ricky McGee alive but it was nearly the death of Jose Alvarenga a man who would probably rather not hold the record for the longest time spent adrift at Sea alone in November. Twenty Fifteen Alvarenga. And please forgive me. If at some point ISLIP and say Alvarez it's almost guaranteed to happen was getting his gear together for a thirty hour deep sea fishing trip off the coast of Costa Zule Mexico. His quarry were sharks. Marlins and sailfish expensive fish. That would hopefully give him an edge over his competition. The trip didn't get off to a promising. Start WHEN ALVAREZ. Usual partner backed out at the last minute and he took on a less experienced. Fishermen named Ezekiel Cordova that he'd never even spoken to before that day but he figured it was a short trip so everything would be OK on. November seventeenth the pair. Sit Out on a twenty four foot fiberglass. Gif small was boats go with fishing gear a radio an enormous cooler. That would soon be almost overloaded with fish just a few hours into their journey though a storm world and it stayed for five days. They had to dump their catch to lighten the boat. So it'd be more maneuverable. Alvarenga tried to steer the boat back to shore but he couldn't see where the shore was in the pounding rain and the little ship didn't have. Gps when the storm finally cleared the men found that the motor was gone as was most of the fishing here and the electronics were all badly damaged unlike the passengers of the SS minnow. Who took all of their belongings on a three hour cruise Alvarenga and Cordova had only a day's worth of food and water. There was enough charge in the backup battery of the two way radio for Ranga to get a mayday message out. But he couldn't tell us potential rescuers where he was because he simply didn't know what part of the seemingly endless Pacific Ocean they were in the search teams had tried to look for them but the rain had made it impossible. There was no way to know how long they would be out there. So the men turned to the sea for survival. Alvarenga was able to catch fish turtles and seabirds with his bare hands. Though Cordova was basically useless. In those efforts the turtles were lucky. Catch their meat is actually rich in vitamin C. Which prevented the men from developing scurvy? They collected rainwater when there was rain to collect but otherwise had to hydrate themselves with a mixture of turtle blood and urine there. You're in the sun rose and set dozens of times but the flat horizon of the ocean remained. Unbroken
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the meat industry
"Meatpacking plants serve one role to turn a steady stream of cattle hogs and chickens into the cuts of meat that consumers want wielding knives and bone size workers line fast moving conveyor belts that winds through these plants in some poultry facilities workers are expected to process up to a hundred and seventy five chickens every minute long before trump world there are these plants were built twenty thirty even fifty years ago the characteristics of the work spaces were not designed having in mind an emergency like the one we're living in now that's a forty five year old worker at the beef plant in Grand Island Nebraska where withholding his name because he fears losing his job in late April several people who worked near him tested positive for covert nineteen one died and he was instructed to quarantine at home the plant's owners JBS USA refused to shut it down are you morally very first they only care about housing and money they don't care about the workers don't care about the health of the workers in written statements GBS officials denied that characterization stressing that the company is committed to worker safety but many meat workers say it's nearly impossible to socially distance in a meat packing plant thousands of people are in the building at one time and workers say hand sanitizer and soap dispensers are often empty even before the pandemic the Nebraska worker worried about accidentally cutting the person next to him goal at least six people working in that area they should eliminate three for now white if you eliminate the person next to me you make more space I think that the job itself is already stressful and backbreaking gruesome and this just added a whole lot more pressure to say Castaneda's father works ninety miles from Grand Island in the Smithfield pork plant in Crete Nebraska she helped organize rallies outside that plant to pressure the company to change its safety protocols it be difficult and it would require an investment but I think it can be done to protect the workers meatpacking companies say they are investing in new safety measures Jared Gillig is in charge of operations for Cargill's meat plants with your cubicles built under kept your table so we don't have folks you're sitting right next to each other I mean so that obviously is a significant change Gilling says that workers are only part of the puzzle his company also has to consider all the cattle to be slaughtered and butchered lining up outside the plant as we balance that with the help of our team and then obviously the drawn to demand from a customer standpoint it quite frankly it's more of a balance of that Kim Cordova says that balance is off she's a union official with the United food and commercial workers she says companies can't just install hand sanitizer stations in plastic dividers and call it a day they may have to do some reconstruction to wide spread both lines out the easiest way to do that might be to slow the line down but the speed of conveyor lines is a hot topic Cordova says the latest recommendations from the CDC and OSHA don't specify how fast lines should run during the pandemic they have not given clear guidance on how bout those three increase should go and in fact the in the pork industry president trump is deregulated a lot of these agencies and they've also allowed those change to go faster on Friday the USDA announced that fourteen plants in states that shut down in recent weeks are set to resume operations that comes as nearly fifty workers nationwide have died from cove it
"Today we're talking with the one and only Grace Cordova. No grace helps people. When they are in the most need to navigate the healthcare system her compassion and her empathy sharing through in all of her work? We learned a lot in this conversation. And Hope you will too. So let's get started. I'm great. I'm a board. Certified patient advocate specializing in the oncology space. And one of the main questions that I get is is what on. Earth is a patient advocate. And what is a board certified patient advocate and essentially what that is as I do my advocacy work as a profession. I'm hired by patients to help them navigate their diagnosis and connect them with the information and the tools that they need to meet their healthcare goals wherever they may be and I also do a lot of pro bono work because not everyone can of course afford a patient out of the kids I I have been fortunate to build a wonderful network of resources. I've been doing this personally and professionally for over twenty years and I right. Listen to People's challenges and try to at least point them in the right direction and sometimes that'll that's all it takes is pointing someone to where we need to go and what they need to do in the space of cancer as well as many other chronic illnesses rare diseases or what I call life altering diagnoses. Big Nose is one of the most common questions that people have when they get their diagnosis is what do I do now. Or what do I do next. And that's that's really what my piece of the puzzle is being what I call a healthcare navigating solution s and really being a bridge builder for people when they feel like they're so alone and have no one to turn to so great. Can you give us an example of maybe a patient. You've helped him pass or recently and maybe provide just addition because you called out you know patient specific goals and sometimes when people have a life altering diagnosis especially especially cancer depending on the stage or the type and what's available. I might imagine you help people navigate. You know really wanting to go very ahead on into this looking for experimental treatment. Maybe they're in the prime of their life looking to do anything they can to get better and then you may also meet people that are near to the end. Good life and majors valley quality still need some care efforts in patient navigation. Their goals might be quite different as they are in a different place in their life for or whatever reason can you give us some example. Sure absolutely so. I want to point out that the people that I work with are from point a diagnosis the survivors ship or end of life. Care Planning so I really been humbled to see such a broad spectrum of goals and it it really is personalized medicine. What we're talking about really delivering solutions and of one because no two people are alike Medicine does a great job of managing clinical issues in cancer. But we do an awful job in managing life with a diagnosis. Uh and I try to understand and ask each patient and their loved one. I'm a firm believer in the care partners playing a big role in this healthcare trajectory. Would it be school. Look like some people are laser focused. Connect me with the second and third opinion with experts in my disease with the hospitals. That have the best technologies technology's connect me with the best clinical trials. What are the cutting edge genetic test or up and coming screening opportunities? That may be out. Yeah what should I be considering so that I know what to expect three months six months down the line some people say I wanna do everything thing from a life I could have. My goals are attending my daughter's wedding attending my granddaughter's recital title travelling to a particular location with might family finishing my piano lessons and my recital recital. These are all extremely important pieces of the puzzle that I work on because it helps to guide treatment planning if we only focus on the clinical. We missed out when the person walks out of the clinic or out of the doctor's office on how they're going to survive life with diagnosis. And that's where we see a big disconnect with what we call. Patient being non adherent noncompliant not taking their medication not really taking care of themselves because the treatment plan. We've come up with doesn't work with life with a diagnosis. oftentimes people with cancer diagnosed with cancer because my area of expertise go home and they still have to be apparent. They still have a job they have show up two or two jobs. They're caring for for an aging parent. They have their own career aspirations. Their own needs work. The laundry needs to be done powder. We look at all of the really of the whole person situation and try to come up with something that's called to be reasonable but dynamic as the disease and treatment Progress things change so it can't be something that's set in stone. It's got to be flexible. And that's where I tried to bring the patients and family concerns into into the healthcare medical conversation so that we can sort of meet in the middle and have a crystal clear plan that can be revised as we go along so great when you're unhealthy people outside of the clinical things and you brought something up and you said you know my goals or maybe just to attend to my granddaughter's vital. What look like for a patient? What are you doing for navigation? Perspective solution to help them achieve. What do you go back and do and and how you begin to attack those that individual such as that you know when you have something like cancer? We know that there's a lot of treatment related side effects. There's no surprises there. There are significant advancements happening where certain treatments have lesser side effects. But I liked the focus. The conversation on what life events near-term long-term are important to a patient that might mean reviewing the schedule of chemotherapy that that might mean incorporating palliatives care right off the get go that might mean more touch points with the physician and the nurses and the care team and perhaps maybe a psychiatrist a social worker spiritual advisor that might mean using technology. That chair holy is able to record. Patient reported outcomes to monitor side effects and see that. There's a turn for the worst catching early before there's an eventual admission to the ER and this takes work in partnership with collaboration from both sides from the care team as well as the patients and their loved ones at
US lawmaker who oversees Puerto Rico calls for governor to resign after arrests on corruption charges
"Porter Rico's government is in crisis yesterday federal prosecutors filed corruption charges against two former top officials in the administration of governor Ricardo Rosales now people are calling on the governor to resign one of them is the U. S. congressman charged with overseeing Porter Rico and peers Adrian Florida reports the charges come at a very politically sensitive time for the island's government the charges were filed against but but because former education secretary Julia Kelleher and until we let my data former head of the islands health insurance administration both women recently resigned their posts amid talk of ongoing federal probes the indictment announced Wednesday accuses them of improperly steering contracts to private companies run by politically connected contractors or in the case of the education secretary personal friends the US attorney for Porter Rico press and media that he has spoke at a press conference in sun Quan I'm basket air ERP Amadeo separately Charlie disappointed Europe yeah almost half price the I. Haiti CF therefore door vehicle both tell her and I mean I might it'll took advantage of their privileged positions is agency chief lobbyist said they'd be fried in the US and Puerto Rican government in a scheme surpassing fifteen point five million dollars for the biggest said neither woman personally benefited from the schemes but the contractors who were also charged did well governor Ricardo to say you know it was not directly implicated the charges so rocked his administration that he cut short a European vacation and flew home that would be kind of a the Arizona congressman who chairs the committee that oversees what political called on the governor to resign indictments were such a big deal because they fly in the face of the squeaky clean image the governor say your has been trying to project for his administration partly because he wants Porter Rico to become a state but especially because president Donald Trump has repeatedly accused island officials of being corrupt as a way to justify withholding disaster covering money the island still needs to rebuild from hurricane Maria liquor trail Phillips Cordova is a professor at the university of put the recall and a political analyst and he says the corruption is terrible but as sad as it is reportedly because image it's also a reality one of the zip code where you're so that will go over with all right at the wonderful thing about how are you getting to have them ready so no one is proud of the corruption god blesses is demoralized Porter Ricans but many people on the island said they were not surprised by the charges that's because faced with a dismal economy and budget cuts that have slashed basic services the government has been hiring private companies to administer things like healthcare like education and schools good article or at a party to get them at the lonely alternate will get the collateral to resume we'll see if the privatizing public services introduces the profit motive could blesses which makes it easier for corruption
Denver union, officials to reconvene as schools strike enters second day
"Mountain roads. The superintendent of Denver schools has talks over a pay dispute that led to a teacher strike will resume today. Susannah Cordova said she saw a range of schools when teachers went on strike. Sunday, schools remained opened district officials have said administrators and Saab's will staff them Cordova says the district will review the plan for individual schools each day. She says she's hopeful the district and the teachers union can come to an
Denver teachers strike for 2nd day over pay raises
"It will be two of a teachers strike in Denver. Although there are going to get back to the negotiating table today is the two sides remain at odds over incentives and bonuses that the district favors versus higher base salaries. The teacher's union has been pushing for the superintendent of the Denver public schools. Susannah Cordova's says teachers need to remember this is about compromise negotiations is for us to get closer to the middle way past the middle. In terms of what we've offered at this point
Pope Francis in Ireland talks 'pain and shame' from church's 'failure' over sex abuse
"Pope Francis is, saying, the, sexual abuse, crisis, in, the Catholic, church is a, source, of, shame, folks, spoken, Ireland. Today and said church authorities had failed to adequately address the repugnant clerical child abuse crimes that have been reported in that country Francis told her reception in Dublin I. Cannot fail to acknowledge the grave scandal caused in Ireland by the abuse of young people by members, of the, church charged, with responsibility for the, protection and, education, the, pope said the failure of church authorities to. Address these curves as rightly given rise to outrage and remains a source of pain and shame for, the Catholic
Illness at Ohio Chipotle caused by food-borne bacteria: local officials
"I heart radio station talk six ks Rancho Cordova Sacramento NBC News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield President Trump and former President Obama are praising Aretha Franklin, at the start, of a cabinet meeting yesterday Trump offered his warmest. Best wishes and sympathies to Aretha his family the former president and first, lady also remember the, Queen of soul Tom Roberts has more the Obamas released a. Statement on Aretha passing saying
Paul Manafort trial Day 2: Witnesses describe extravagant clothing purchases, home remodels, lavish cars paid with wire transfers
"Multiple news agencies say the canons were taken from, fourth bluff park sometime this afternoon. It comes following backlash at the removal, of two, statues, of, Jefferson. Davis and, Nathan Bedford Forrest last, year the. TBI continues its investigation. Into the death of Brian Lawler as family and friends prepare for the. Funeral of the former WWE. Star Lawler died Sunday after being found hanging in his cell at the Hardiman county jail lawler's visitation and. Funeral our Friday. Had hoped hurt in Cordova and last minute campaigning is in full swing across, the state voters go. To, the polls tomorrow. To decide who will square off in November in the governor's race and for US, Senate US house seats are also up for, grabs as are all ninety nine seats in the Tennessee, house in most counties the polls open at. Eight AM I'm Healy, Hanson six hundred w. r. e.. C. FOX News Radio I'm Steve rappoport testimony. Including on, the second day of. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul manafort's trial witnesses testified manafort's spending habits could be described as, lavish routinely dropping hundreds of thousands on clothing nearly two. Million, dollars on a, home for his daughter well. The defense said manafort's lifestyle wasn't on trial prosecutors focused on. How the personal. And business payments were done FOX's Grenell Scott the US sanctioning to Turkish officials for the detainment of, an American pastor Turkish president red chip type saying threatening language from the United States towards Turkey will not benefit anyone saying Gary's an evangelist Zionist mentality in. Washington Turkey accuses Andrew Brenton of terrorism charges but he says he's innocent and President Trump says, he should. Be.
Chief Paul Manafort, President and Trump discussed on Joe Pags
"Rancho, Cordova Sacramento Sacramento NBC News Radio I'm, Mark Mayfield wildfires are raging out, of control across, California the. Largest to seek car fire burning near reading, northern California it's scorched over one hundred three thousand acres and it's only twenty percent contained the car fire has also claimed. Six lives the felony, trial, of, former Trump campaign. Chief Paul Manafort starts Tuesday Alexandria Virginia Angela Anderson reports Manafort has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges a Bank and tax. Fraud and, failure to file reports on foreign financial accounts special counsel Robert Muller's team is prosecuting Manafort though the charges are not directly related. To Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election there is operating, under, a, broad mandate as special counsel in the Russia probe. Meantime Manafort faces, a second criminal trial, in Washington DC later this year. Angela Anderson NBC, News Radio and the Washington Post reports US spy agencies believe North Korea is still. Building missiles that could, deliver nuclear warheads to the US Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio President Trump, is, again Threatening a, government, shutdown over immigration. Terry more reports the president said he is, not drawing a red line but, after many many, years of. Talk within the United States I would have, no problem doing a shutdown you made the remarks during a White House news conference with Italy's prime minister I would certainly. Be willing to close, it, down, to get it. Done we need border security the president wants multiple billions of dollars for a massive border wall along with broader legislation boosting. Border security, and serious immigration reforms including a, merit based immigration policy Trump also noted that everything is negotiable in Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC. News Radio President Trump is remaining firm on the issue of Russian sanctions, at, the, White House on Monday Trump said US sanctions will remain on the, Kremlin as is Trump, has, strongly rejected criticism that he. Was not tough, enough on Russian President Vladimir Putin at their recent summit in Helsinki he often argues. That no president has, ever been tougher on ROY Russia than, he is Uber has. Decided not to develop self driving semi trucks anymore Brian shook. Has that story. The rideshare company said it will now focus its autonomous, vehicle technology solely, on cars Uber acquired the self-driving tech company, auto in two thousand sixteen sparking efforts to. Develop self driving trucks and the app Uber freight that's the smartphone app that. Links truck drivers to shippers the company says Hooper afraid is not impacted. By the decision to. Halt autonomous truck development in a statement the head of Uber advanced technologies group said the company believes having the entire teams energy, and skill focused on self driving cars is the best path forward Brian shook NBC. News Radio and, Mars is, the closest to the earth it's been in fifteen years we'll be just thirty five point eight million miles from, the red planet that's not much further than the two thousand three encounter Wennemars made its closest approach and sixty thousand years it should be visible to the south west throughout. The early morning Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio.
Michigan Motel Fire Kills 5 Children and Their Mother
"AST Cordova Sacramento the southwest Michigan mother and, her fight children who were killed in a fire in an extended stay motel over. The weekend died from smoking Latian according to autopsies down at western Michigan university burying county sheriff Paul Bailey was at a. Loss for words after responding. To the deadly fire The husband and a one year old child made it out safely the man. Tried to go back in for the rest of the family but was. Unable to save them the fire has been ruled accidental congressmen, and civil rights icon John Lewis is back home. After being hospitalized a spokesperson said the, seventy eight year old was given a clean Bill felt after doctors completed test Lewis was taken toward. Atlanta area hospital after becoming ill and a plane if you still have the urge. For a late summer getaway there might be. A nice surprise waiting for you when you go to make reservations experts say it's, much cheaper to buy most anything, related to travel in August as head back to school you start to see the man flow even as early as early. To mid August so it's a, great, time to find deals you really have to know where to find them that journey toward a tourist says finding deals on, hotels and resorts is it really that hard putting those with a few more vacation. Days to burn the summer in a very lucky spot definitely look at destinations Where the temperatures are. High because you'll find that the prices will be low for, example New Orleans and keystone are two cities where. Four-star properties will cost only about one, hundred bucks a night NBC news correspondent Kris Clack reports even a last minute cruises a bargain even. Though August is the heart of hurricane season a growing number of people are diagnosed. With life threatening allergic reactions to red meat. Probably because of increased awareness of the problem a bite from the Lone Star tick, can cause people to develop the, red meat allergy researchers in Tennessee say a third of the cases of severe allergic reactions are due to red meat we..
Pompeo: US, N. Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains
"Online this is talk six fifty i heart radio cordova sacramento nbc news radio i'm john jeffreys us north korean officials are taking another step toward the return of american war dead the two sides reportedly met earlier today the talks were initially sent for thursday no north korean showed up in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas the return of the remains of servicemen killed in the nineteen fifty two fifty three korean war was a key point in an agreement reached last month between president trump and korean leader kim jong un meanwhile the president says he's not expecting much from tomorrow's meeting with russian president vladimir putin in an interview airing today with cbs news trump discussed the twelve russian intelligence officers indicted by the justice department last week or hacking into the democratic party servers and emails in an effort to influence the twenty sixteen election trump said the democrats had themselves to blame for getting hacked they had bad defenses trump also said he thinks having meetings with people like the leaders of russia china north korea can lead to good things john jeffreys nbc news radio new york state department of health is now officially backing the legalization of marijuana nob laden has the story the state health department handed governor cuomo seventy four page report that comes to the conclusion that the positive effects of pot outweigh the potential negative ones cuomo who in the past called marijuana gateway drug says he may be more open to legalization now record basically recommends legalization for the state you have more control yeah the health department report laid out more than a dozen reasons why the state should legalize the drug while at the same time finding new york generate close to six hundred and seventy eight million dollars a year in tax revenue noam laden nbc news radio new york california fire officials say a firefighter is dying while battling a.
Probe into Facebook's data breach broadens: Washington Post
"Getty tomorrow morning at six an iheartradio station talk seeks fifty k s t rancho cordova sacramento news radio i'm brian shook the white house says secretary of state mike pompeo will meet once again with north korea's leader kim jong un secretary pompeo will be leaving for north korea on july fifth to meet with the north korean leader is team white house press secretary sarah sanders says the talks will center around devising a plan that will further denuclearization the probe into the facebook and cambridge analytical data sharing scandal is broadening a washington post report says the fbi securities and exchange commission and the federal trade commission are joining justice department investigators to look into whether data from seventy one million facebook users was improperly used by cambridge analytica investigators are trying to determine what facebook new three years ago when it found out that cambridge analytica had obtained the data the families of the seventeen people murdered in the.