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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mayor Darrell Steinberg. Anthony Prince says the mayor failed to open warming centers during last week's storm, which Prince said led to the deaths of some of those living on the streets. He said it twice I'll take responsibility, and he was referencing the shelter issue and, more broadly, the issues of the harm that's on a daily basis occur in the homeless community. The Sacramento Homeless Union will need to collect roughly 28,000 signatures from the sacrament account and hand them into the Sacramento County clerk. To be verified. Within the next 160 days, Democrats at the State Capitol have introduced legislation that would ban Republican Congress members from the Assembly floor who questioned the results of the recent presidential election. Cape A case Taylor Martin has more now from Sacramento, California lawmaker is hoping to band members of Congress who voted against certifying President Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. In the California State Assembly Chambers. Assembly member Mark Levin's measure would bar the 147 members of Congress who challenged the election's legitimacy from accessing the floor. Levin said access to the floor on the state Assembly is a privilege whose actions require respect and adherence to our democratic values and the rule of law. The measure would be considered by the state Assembly in the coming days. Taylor Martin News 93.1 Hey, FBK San Quentin State Prison has been hit with a record pandemic related fine. $421,880 fine against the prison is several times higher than any other imposed. By CAL OSHA Cal. OSHA says San Quentin employees did not receive adequate training or equipment for working with infected inmates and staff members were not given proper medical services like testing, contact, tracing or referrals to doctors. Roughly 75% of the inmate population at San Quentin contracted covert 19, leading to the deaths of 28 inmates and one correctional officer. Parkland. Florida School SHOOTING Survivor David Hog is launching a pillow company to rival my Clindell in my pillowcase because my power reports the anti gun violence activist who is co founding the yet to be named company with software engineer William Legate wrote that their goal is to prove the progressives can make a better pillow run a better business and Help make the world a better place while doing it. Lyndall and outspoken supporter of former president Trump and election fraud and his business are already in some hot water, having been dropped by retailers and potentially facing lawsuits relating to his conspiracy mongering. Lindell's response to the new company quote good for them nothing wrong with competition that does not infringe on someone's patent. Mike Power News 93.1 KFBK NFL Referee Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to officiate a Super Bowl after the NFL announced last month that Thomas will be the game's down judge she shared with reporters what it meant to make history. Truly honored and humbled to be a part of this year's Super Bowl. Groom, NFL executive Troy Vincent said Thomas is great performance has earned her the right to officiate Super Bowl 55. In addition to Thomas, Tampa Bay will have the first two female assistants to coach in a Super Bowl. That's great story. I think she's been an unofficial for, like six years, and she's gonna be the first woman. I'm looking forward to that very much thing. That's terrific. By the way. Who are you picking? He needed me to pick for the game. If you've got the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, I'm going to say, Dan, I'm just Tampa Landline. Yeah. Tom Brady. So tradition. I would just say that you never, ever, ever bet against Tom Brady in the Super Bowl. And with that said, I'm picking Kansas City. Think they're a little bit better, right? Okay. I think the young guy beats the old guy. He's this is his 10th Super Bowl. I saw me my great I saw me mouth there with Tom Brady carrying the Patrick Holmes on his shoulders. So it's bring your kid to work day. Oh, but we'll find out Agent experiences versus you know, just raw young talent. 605. Times tougher featured audio clip this hour. President Biden's executive order to immediately halt the construction of the Keystone Pipeline continues to be a hot topic. During the confirmation hearings for the nominees for Biden's Cabinet in our featured audio clip this hour, you will first hear from Marty Walsh, who is Biden's nominee for secretary of labor. Promising that the thousands of workers who lost their jobs on that Keystone project, which was canceled will get jobs in a new green economy. And then after him you will hear from Senator Bill Cassidy, a Republican from Louisiana, who believes those new jobs are many years away. If ever hear is their exchange the jobs that were lost You're in Keystone will be more than made up with the American car reacts to that individual worker. That pipe fitter will be connecting steam that pipe fitter will have opportunities in that economy. That I am worker will have opportunities that economy that laborer that operator that Teamster that carpenter That plumber. All of those different trades, um, and skills that people have in this country Wolf would have we'll have ungrateful opportunity. In this new economy as we move forward, and is there a sense of one. The first of those jobs would come out on that The money's not even been appropriated yet, and it's got the filter its way through the system. There has to be bids made and there has to be go on. I think it's reasonable to say it'll be quite sometimes, but the guy's got a mortgage payment next month. Yeah, well, that's the reality because there has to be re training done. Last week, we played in a clip of a guy who worked on the pipeline lost his job. Very sad. And he talked about I just bought a new car. Got a six year payment plan on got to get rid of the car. Not sure I'm gonna pay my mortgage next month. Um, you know, I I don't know. I mean, these promises of new green job. We're talking thousands and thousands of jobs. Government can promise it but it's really up to industry tol handle it. I mean, we remember when President Obama, you know, talked about all these shovel ready jobs that we're gonna be ready and they did not materialize. People had hoped No, and there's there. We're just not seeing any hard numbers from the bite. Administration is too okay. Where is this going to apply? And in what form one? What shape This was done by executive order and the executive orders continue to pour by the way, Speaking of executive orders, a Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, and Senator Elizabeth Warren, now coming forward. Asking for another executive order to wipe out student loan debt. With the stroke of a pen right well, there are a lot of requests that are pouring into President Biden's off, so he's signing executive orders at a record setting clip in his early days in in in the administration. The question becomes Kristina and maybe we'll see this in the in the next round of elections in two years. Are they over playing their hand? Well, the problem with executive orders is that as soon as the opposite party gets in, they dismantled them. They do But my question becomes, I mean, These are very controversial executive orders that he's issuing, and to what extent, do you you know, overplay your hand to the degree that you now have angered people and they'll revolt. Well, I don't know. I don't know. It depends on the executive order to because Congress is the purse. So you could make all of these fantastic executive orders for different programs. But unless Congress approves the money well, the Congress approves everything. When it comes to money, One of the ever cut back. Wait. You got a point there? Okay. Top national stories right now from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark, The U. S economy created 49,000 jobs last month, According to the Labor Department in January, there.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Darrell Steinberg. Another prominent California Republican, considering a run for governor. And if you've got something red in your wardrobe tomorrow is the day to wear. It will tell you why Right now, Traffic and weather together and you start with GPS thing has have nothing red. Don't really either To be honest with you. I really don't die something tonight. Home star brings you this look eastbound 50 south down 99 connect your looks like we have a three vehicle crash working there and boys that slowed down. He's bound to 50 and 99. The slowdown actually begins all the way back and Downtown area and I find so expect to spend a little extra time making her way through there. Save up to 50% of your entire purchase during the actually home store President's Day sale Plus you choose your savings and financing up to five full years. No interest. No down payment. No minimum purchase. Limited quantity. Hot buys. Don't miss it. Only in actually home store. This is home traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1. Kfbk Tonight will be clear and cold. Well, ceelo tonight 32 to 36 tomorrow and Saturday Plenty of sunshine both days tomorrow we reach a high 60 to 64 Saturday. Expect a high 62 to 66. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. We've got 58 in Sacramento right now. Fair Oaks has 57 Roseville 54 now, 6 31 year top story homeless advocates have launched a campaign to recall Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg after they say six on House Two people died during a major storm last week. Trigger The recall. This Apatow homeless Union will need to collect roughly 28,000 signatures for the second, a county clerk and have them verified with the next 160 days wisely has see a political.

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Presidential inauguration facing threats from extremist groups

The KFBK Morning News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Presidential inauguration facing threats from extremist groups

"You know the news this morning, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg urging people to be vigilant and of tomorrow's presidential inauguration cave because Nick um a goddess with more Steinberg has worked to coordinate local state and federal response to the California Capitol threats in the aftermath of the U. S. Capitol attack on January 6 last week, Governor Gavin Newsom activated the California National Guard to protect government buildings in the capital city.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is following Health Department guidelines and quarantining most members of his immediate family have also been tested. They are awaiting results while quarantining And your top national story knew this afternoon, the CDC changes the quarantine restrictions and great Britain starts and covert vaccines. There are new recommendations from the CDC about how to quarantine when exposed to covert 19. Dr Henry Walk, Quarantine can end after 10 days. Without a covert 19 test If the person has reported no symptoms, or after seven days with a negative test results in the UK today, the British government gave approval to the Fizer vaccine here. CBS is Charlie Dagenham in London, The health secretary promised millions of doses here by the end of the year. As for the United States, the federal government has a deal. 400 million doses pending FDA approval. I'm Steve Futterman, man. Let's get more news now with K P. K's Joe Michael's Getting the CDC is updating guidance on how long people should quarantine if they're exposed to covered 19. ABC is Mark Rima Lard has the details. CDC now says the 14 day quarantine guidance can be shortened to 10 days without a covert 19 test if you don't present any symptoms, or down to seven days with a negative, covet test and no symptoms The CDC is Henry Walk, also reiterating Wednesday they're concerned about a spike in cases due to the holidays. She recommends that the best way to protect yourself and others is to postpone travel and stay home. He says. The new quarantine guidance carries a slightly higher risk. So he says the 14 day quarantine is still their best recommendation if you've been exposed Marco Malard. ABC NEWS A Sacramento County grand jury is calling the city's police departments vacancies a crisis. The new report finding that the department has 35% fewer sworn officers than the national average. The department is down 65 positions from its authorized level. Mayor Darrell Steinberg tells us why we can't produce the candidates fast enough because there's a major lag time with the academy so it may not even be a matter of more money. It's a matter of filling the vacancy, Steinberg says the city will spend time Next month. Redefining police officer rolls. The grand jury report recommends increasing recruiting tactics like removing a college degree requirement and relaxing.

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And we're going to be a Sacramento this is second mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about defunding police that's been a hot topic lately I don't want to knee jerk I want to be thoughtful so if if if it happens he wanted to be thoughtful but I I've nobody really knows what exactly that means he is pushing for the creation of an inspector general to independently investigate officer related shootings and use of force incidents that result in serious bodily injury or death here's that clip the inspector general will be charged with interviewing witnesses issue subpoenas for relevant evidence and most important publicly announced their findings conclusions and recommended discipline if warranted the question will be how independent will they be right right I mean in the past let's face it these quote unquote internal investigations that were done by third parties were were not so objective well and they weren't satisfactory to the folks that called for the investigation and they were not trained its parent and whether or not this new system of inspector general would create transparency that has yet to be seen he is proposing a plan where police would actually not respond to non crime related calls Steinberg said he wants to spend about five million dollars to create a new unit the five million dollars that I propose is merely a down payment I am not interested in pilots or in years of playing around the edges so the question becomes is this going to be an effective new reform package or is this going to be another big spending plan that results in the same old same old right right and we have we don't have the specifics but they're just trying to pull this together meantime at the state level California's top copier the Serra is calling for his own set of police reforms people from across the nation have bravely spoken up to demand change it will take sustained work by all of us to answer this call all right and here's what else he had to say about the time being now act on police reform we are being forced to confront the realities of systemic inequalities and racism in our nation and in our state on top of the ongoing pain caused by the unprecedented pandemic Kobe nineteen okay so we dressed the issue and then he made some recommendations and he revealed to specific policy changes that he's pushing for urging law enforcement statewide to immediately develop and implement policies as appropriate to require peace officers to intervene to stop excessive or unnecessary force by another officer the band chuckles the visitors recommendations include requiring officers to intervene when they see another officer that they believe is using excessive force banning all carotid restraints including show colds and discontinuing of bite and hold a canine techniques from police dogs that last one is going to be a challenge particularly because the dogs are trained trained a certain way well then I mean there have like a whole new retraining well forgive the phrase here but it doesn't take the teeth out of law enforcement and Anna time where we have people being released from prisons and jails at just a huge rate though the clip then did the did the amount of of prisoners who have been let free in this state in the last two months is remarkable concerning to even many sheriffs yes throughout the state and I'm still not hearing specifics okay the chill cold going away that's right away but the chokehold was going away they were teaching right right after we also did saw George Floyd died we went that was going away well and they aren't that apparently it's not being even taught most academies anymore it's a holdover that I needed to go online I was under the understanding that officers who are standing by watching another officer behave badly they were obligated by law to step in and say knock it off I don't know what's new and bizarre as plan here right that I mean the only thing that seems to be brand new is the the canine yeah does the bite and hold and that's going to have no I mean these these were good speeches they were very thin on specifics yeah we still don't know what this reform package looks well and I you know perhaps is because they don't know exactly what it looks like either and that's a great point so the other aspect of the story is this they've had enough scores of police officers have just quit one insider facts as hundreds more would like to quit the toll the recent unrest is taking on America's police officers were going to go deeper on that coming up in twenty minutes and lawmakers have sent a budget to the governor guaranteeing that lawmakers will get paid a new a budget deal not even close to really being a done deal Amanda Carroll will have the story of the flimsy agreement and why there is much more to be done this morning's top stories and news from your neighborhood it all starts in three minutes.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Eight and I am Darrell Steinberg of course are the mayor of Sacramento about forty minutes to go the city council took the unprecedented action ordering a curfew in the city of Sacramento beginning this evening eight o'clock here we took this firmly but reluctantly the curfew shall be in effect I'm gonna read from the resolution itself starting at eight o'clock PM at ending at five eight AM the following day during the curfew hours no person shall be upon the public street the Avenue the alley our other public place or improve public realty within the boundaries of Sacramento and no business within the boundaries of the city shall be open to the public I want to distinguish that businesses that operate without a public facing an obviously emergency services like health care facilities and hospitals can remain open and people can travel to and from work specifically the order says this curfew shall not apply to police officers peace officers firefighters or other emergency personnel or civilians engaged police are merchants who work in the National Guard or any other military personnel deployed to the area the person's going to and from your place of work including health care workers and essential workers and to authorize representatives of many news service newspaper or radio or television station or network cancel direction I we made me revisit the times tomorrow at our regular meeting we may also continue to revisit and revise this declaration is necessary to respond to emergency in addition to declaring a state of emergency in opposing the curfews I have just described all right one also announced what is already been widely reported that United will deploy the National Guard and we want to thank the governor and his administration for working very closely with our city and our office of emergency services to make over five hundred national our personnel available to us tonight we will not detail where they will be placed for obvious reasons but I can tell you they will be placed at sites we consider to be critical infrastructure both public and private infrastructure within the city of Sacramento when I said a moment ago that we take this action firmly but reluctantly that's exactly what I meant these are unprecedented times and as I said earlier today a soccer men's is an American as Americans we can hold two truths at the same time even if they seeming contradiction they're not it's not just a throwaway line to say we grieve for George Floyd we called unanimously yesterday for the officers who committed that killing to be prosecuted and held accountable we believe very strongly that if people are in pain for good reason and then it is our job to fix the imperfections in our city and to build a more inclusive Sacramento yeah is it for everyone especially our communities of color especially our African American community in word and in action that's one truth but the other truth is that people who are engaged in looting in acts of destruction are not engaged in protest in any sense of the word they are destroying in order to destroy in our first our first responsibility as leaders of the city is to provide for the public welfare in the public safety we've experienced over ten million dollars worth of damage mostly to the downtown and midtown although it is not been exclusive to those areas of the city we expect more trouble tonight as we speak now I know that there are peaceful protests going on in various parts of our city we honor those protests but as it gets dark is we've seen over the last couple of evenings not just here in Sacramento but throughout the entire country those protests no longer become protests and they become actually describe destruction in.

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Sacramento Mayor Wants To Make Face Masks Mandatory

Tom Sullivan

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Sacramento Mayor Wants To Make Face Masks Mandatory

"Stories well as you've probably heard this morning Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg calling for mandatory face masks in Sacramento as a lockdown is lifted KP gave Nick a massage has more mayor Darrell Steinberg wants to make face coverings mandatory as more businesses reopen in Sacramento county in a Facebook live video yesterday he suggested that masks become mandatory in the county to decrease the risk of spreading the respiratory illness it is going to be even more important for us when we are out in public they have that extra layer of protection not just for ourselves but for each other Steinberg said that in order to ease the state home order residents must vigilantly follow social distancing guidelines as the county takes steps to re open Megan the Dallas news ninety three point one

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Brought you by nor cal ram Jack well earlier this week mayor Darrell Steinberg and other city leaders unveiled a website called damp donate for Sacramento and an event is happening tomorrow that will support that effort what we're gonna do on Friday is work to raise awareness for that website and specifically to draw attention to potential donors that there are ways within that website to give to our artist community to give to our small business community what the weight is well to give to families and workers that have been laid off and that is Emily Bain Michael she's the executive director for the midtown association and says it's going to be a free concert in the intent is to from a very appropriate and safe distance from one another bring band members from the city of trees band to come to a couple key areas in mid town where there are some restaurants still up and running for delivery or two ago where there are hospital workers that are working incredibly hard to deal with what we're facing right now and the live stream that on Facebook and Instagram from twelve to one PM right you're not supposed to go you're supposed to watch and the musicians will practice proper social distancing and other safety protocol as well we are putting the safety of everybody who is involved in this first and foremost but we're still going to go ahead and lead in and try to lift our community spirit and see if we can raise the money for artists in our small businesses yes everybody's a kind of do what they can to kind of lighten the mood here a little bit and get us through these tough times we'll have more on that ad KPK dot com the afternoon news with Kitty o'neil so you can see how to watch that and at four twelve at KFBK a still to come will check your top trending stories and go in depth on that massive stimulus bill that aims to help Americans will have more from A. B. C.'s handwritten but all that is ahead on news ninety three point one K. two K..

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The coronavirus governor Newsom took time to clarify the verb is running the state home order and it's not just social distancing I think from anyways that's a misleading frame it's physical distancing that we're after Newsome went on to say that California and the United States are not nearing the end of this crisis adding that this applies to the statewide ordinance as well I don't think for a second the word day or two away from the team that order we're not we're not even a week or two away governor Newsom spoke at length about how addressing the health crisis first will help to minimize economic impacts in the long run Taylor Martin news nine three point one K. F. B. K. earlier today on KPK I spoke with mayor Darrell Steinberg about the emergency moratorium on evictions that was just passed in Sacramento the mayor announced that both residential and commercial tenants are now protected against evictions if they're unable to pay their rent due to a coronavirus related hardship tenants under the protection will have four months after the crisis to pay back their rent but as for when the moratorium will be lifted the mayor said this the city is declared a state of emergency relating to the crisis just like many other jurisdictions once that state of emergency and then the protection would no longer be in place mayor Steinberg affirming the city's trying to mitigate some anxieties of sacraments ins in these uncertain times this protection for tenants both commercial and residential is very important to give people a little bit of comfort that you're not going to ask to add to the loss of a job the loss of a place to live mayor Darrell Steinberg there also this afternoon at the Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti I said in a briefing a press briefing that a Los Angeles should be prepared to stay locked down for two months the mayor says he does not anticipate opening for business anytime soon he says doing that would put lives at risk so that means twelve million people could be at home until at least may the county alone has eight hundred corona viruses and thirteen doubts but we should report that yesterday a much was made out of what was thought to be the first child deaths in the state and nation in Los Angeles county but today the Los Angeles county health department says it has instead asked the CDC to investigate that so that death is no longer included in the.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR news Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping to re write the headline of his city's paper instead of the Sacramento bee the hundred sixty three year old paper files for bankruptcy and is sold to a hedge fund he wants the headline landing on people's doorsteps to read the Sacramento bee stays with local owners to explain we're joined now by mayor Steinberg hi there good to be with you Mary Louise so this is not a new news story McClatchy which owns a bunch of papers including the B. I think people are followed along as it filed for bankruptcy give me in a few sentences what your plan is for writing a different ending to this story for the B. well first of all the Sacramento bee is the leading daily publication in the capital city of California and it is a specific asset we intend as a community to put up a fight to make sure that the B. emerges from bankruptcy in a way that not only maintains its status but actually enhances it because the B. is suffered like many daily newspapers over the last decade or more I just believe that independent journalism is crucial for obvious reasons our community matters and we don't want this newspaper carved up in a way that will leave the people that I represent at to not have the benefit of that independent daily journalism I read your planning to convene a forum later this month is that right with the investors and philanthropists and community leaders to figure out what this might look like exactly because we know that there are a number of models throughout the country and we intend to highlight all of them in addition to actively working between now and the twenty seven to identify as some people who might be willing to to buy the B. do you have your eye on specific potential investors I do can't identify them right now but we are working very hard on identifying some investors but you know our city is this great emerging city in America I say that I know with a little biased because I am the mayor but it's true we were emerging from just being capital city into a government town to be the center of innovation and technology and food and it's becoming a eight melania sitting over the last half decade or so we have fought to keep civic assets we fought to keep the Sacramento Kings are NBA franchise in the capital city and we ended up not only keeping them the building a great downtown arena we just fought to win a major league soccer franchise and so a newspaper may not seem on par with all those other civic assets but undoubtedly the daily newspaper is at least if not more important than the civic assets and if those are worth fighting to keep into into win so is the Sacramento bee what section of the BT read first every morning that's a good question I read the editorials first I read the the state local news I make sure they spelled my name correctly and and then you know I don't know you know I like to read the sports section to you know you have a NBA team that's making a run for the playoffs that is Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about Sacramento B. mer Stamberg thank you thank you so much Mary Louise.

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California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 2 years ago

California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper

"Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping to re write the headline of his city's paper instead of the Sacramento bee the hundred sixty three year old paper files for bankruptcy and is sold to a hedge fund he wants the headline landing on people's doorsteps to read the Sacramento bee stays with local owners to explain we're joined now by mayor Steinberg hi there good to be with you Mary Louise so this is not a new news story McClatchy which owns a bunch of papers including the B. I think people have followed along as it filed for bankruptcy give me in a few sentences what your plan is for writing a different ending to this story for the B. well first of all the Sacramento bee is the leading daily publication in the capital city of California and it is a specific asset we intend as a community to put up a fight to make sure that the B. emerges from bankruptcy in a way that not only maintains its status but actually enhances it because the B. is suffered like many daily newspapers over the last decade or more I just believe that independent journalism is crucial for obvious reasons our community matters and we don't want this newspaper carved up in a way that will leave the people that I represent at to not have the benefit of that independent daily journalism I read your planning to convene a forum later this month is that right with the investors and philanthropists and community leaders to figure out what this might look like exactly because we know that there are a number of models throughout the country and we intend to highlight all of them in addition to actively working between now and the twenty seven to identify as some people who might be willing to to buy the B. do you have your eye on specific potential investors I do can't identify them a right now but we are working very hard on identifying some investors but you know our city is this great emerging city in America I say that I know with a little biased because I am the mayor of but it's true we were emerging from just being capital city into a government town to be the center of innovation and technology and food and it's becoming a great millennial sitting over the last half decade or so we have fought to keep civic assets we fought to keep the Sacramento Kings are NBA franchise in the capital city and we ended up not only keeping them the building a great downtown arena we just fought to win a major league soccer franchise and so a newspaper may not seem on par with all those other civic assets but undoubtedly the daily newspaper is at least if not more important than the civic assets and if those are worth fighting to keep into into win so is the Sacramento bee what section of the B. two you read first every morning it's a good question I read the editorials first I read the the state local news I make sure they spelled my name correctly and and then you know I like to read the sports section to you know we have a NBA team that's making a run for the playoffs that is Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about Sacramento bee marriage time virgin Kerr thank you so much

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"All the I's Darrell Steinberg sitting in his office going my god were we're behind the curve what are we gonna do hi is get you know Garcetti it I mean who are all these mares up and down the state are they the put on alert by this all she's out front yeah and they know she's you know trying to deflect from the ethics crisis of last week but but still you know what what how where does that put people and you know even if they don't feel the right thing to do because it you know there's a it just lends a sense of crisis when there isn't one yet does it does it put them first in line to get some federal funds that maybe it's just about getting as close to the top of that list as you possibly can we could talk about that I still think though that it would be a very positive thing to before we do anything else come up with a way to to to figure out a way to greet one another in these times of viruses and the potential pandemics that does not involve hand shakes a fist bump a touching of elbows anonymous day maybe a P. side maybe at pumping on the chest something that would allow you to not contact every other human being out there in a way that would be socially acceptable and not be looked down upon or seen as strange just because we're in the flu season or the corona viruses if you wanna join the conversation ninety one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty Scott in Sacramento thanks for calling in your old John McGinn a show with Kelly brothers going good thanks good night Hey I'm about as red awarded to apparently is gonna be drained October first or whatever yeah that is a scary by far the most ridiculous I mean other what a dumb idea that if we really need to they're gonna need every bit of water they have down there well yes I am I guess the only thing a good seems even remotely responsible is is going to be a dry year anyway and wore looks that looks to be that way and maybe there maybe get kudos for not to during a crowded December winners we're gonna be in need of water we can get more stupid idea though I mean October first so you need more water than ever October first is when all of our worst fires happen in this state and they're going to be draining at all what what what just crushes me is the fact that these guys had ten years to figure this out here's it's like oral damn gonna pardon you guys are quick manager Bob I mean China put up a hospital for coronavirus patients in ten days we had ten years and could not agree on a plan and funding to fix a damn it's not going to want the water board about that we'll get we'll be on the water board cracks managed yet is there any way you can be reversed by the participants yeah I I don't I I doubt it unless I mean well I guess to me it's a what's the bigger emergency the thousands of square feet of water that are just going to be drained off or the fact that we might have you know some sort of nurse quake that could impact the dam in a negative way could impact the people down below of course of course the last water that's behind the dam the less impact there is on the people down below that get all the market could happen you know twenty years from now if they could absolutely and it's and they've known that for ten years and I feel like the clock is ticking so yeah I don't know this is believe me this is being driven by the feds but but it's also the local authorities the local water board they're the ones who just haven't gotten it done and have just let the cost sky rocket and here we are ten years in and they haven't turned over a shovel of dirt to fix this damn dam you can check it really is that's what it comes down Hey Scott thanks very much for the call let me see let's what which one do you think N. here part number Derren Derren you're on the job we get a show with Kelly brother thanks for calling in Hey Kelly thanks for taking my call things I haven't heard discussed with this whole corona virus whether San Francisco Sacramento LA we are homeless population always gonna take is one or two cases amongst them and this thing is going to spread like wildfire like we've never seen before and nobody keeps cutting that down CERN is that yeah I mean it it it but it can you know absolutely could but it's also going it's going to spread it if it comes in it could spread anywhere there's no doubt about that S. or anywhere yeah there's less controls within the homeless population and it's going to occur in US war and spread like crazy I mean look at the issue you're having done it your they've got spreading down there in the streets no I got you no way to control it no you're right at least in the general population you could you can call the school or you can close a restaurant you know you can do is you can Cortina small neighborhood if they have to get coming to any of that you know what it does to me I'm not really that concerned about it expecting anything at work after that's where the danger is going to be because we don't want to make sure that the neighborhoods they're everywhere and they're spread it amongst themselves I mean it's at yeah you're probably right especially thanks for the call by the way especially when you consider the fact that I'm sure much of the homeless population doesn't even know what it is or where it's coming from or what precautions you need to take theirs just out of they don't have the same level of information flow may be as as we do so you're right about that I I wish we had a few more hours today because we could also discuss the bill being put up to the vote next Tuesday in San Francisco about a new way to maybe help control of the homeless on the streets in front of empty storefronts are gonna put attacks are gonna try to put a tax on property owners or leaseholders where the storefronts are vacant for six months or more and you know I I I can see you know why you would think to come up with that and but but remember we're in a pretty good economy if that economy turns down you have store fronts that are making just because they're vacant and they can't get businesses in there and and now you're gonna late levy a tax on those folks that gets a little tougher I would be I would much rather have to ito five find a way to perhaps bill vacant storefront owners for calls to their property or near their property I passed by you know a homeless person in a park today and there's a fire truck there and there were four different fireman there to administer to the one homeless person and not say the person did need it but that gets expensive find a way to build them up for calls to or near their property and maybe that but I'd be a better solution than just coming out of the tax where you're gonna have a lot of people paying extra tax in a down economy if that were to go through but we could talk about that for an hour to Hey Kelly brothers in for John McGuinness taken more of your calls when we come back thanks for listening to news ninety three point 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California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 2 years ago

California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

"Meanwhile US housing secretary Ben Carson says that California and the federal government must work together to solve the state's homelessness crisis during a forum at USC yesterday Carson said the federal government would soon unveil a faith based initiative to tackle the problem nationwide he also called for streamlining regulations blamed for blocking housing construction between point a and point B. it should be a straight line but it becomes a lap around because of all these things that are layered on top of each other can we fix that we absolutely can and again it comes back to working together we're not enemies Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg who co chairs a state task force on homelessness also spoke at the forum he repeated his call for local governments to be required to build housing for homeless people several state leaders said they're open to working with the trump administration to tackle the homelessness crisis but either said they're skeptical that president trump truly wants to help the

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Solve the state's homelessness issue Jim Roop explains that is at least one proposal being considered as the nation's most populous state deals with the nation's worst almost crisis Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is also a co chair to governor Gavin Newsom's new task force call the council of regional homeless advisors and he says the situation in the Golden State is more than a crisis homelessness is a crisis of epic proportion is the governor puts it with some one hundred fifty one thousand people homeless in the state homelessness the issue number one issue in the state of California this is why Newsome is touring the state right now pushing a billion dollar plus plan in his proposed budget to address the issue of task forces taking the issue to a controversial next level a proposed ballot measure that would amend the state's constitution Steinberg says well no one disagrees it's not an epic problem everything that the state does everything the counties do everything that the city's do everything that the state all the stakeholders do is optional involuntary he says there's no mandate to insure people can live indoors no legal accountability for failing to do so no enforceable housing production standard and no requirement to consolidate and coordinate funding streams across jurisdictions if approved by voters the measure would let a designated public official sued government for not doing enough to offer emergency and permanent housing to the homeless opponents say creating a mechanism to suit won't help or fix the situation and there's no plan in the plan to help pay for it no indications of what such a mandate would cost taxpayers to which Steinberg responded I would argue the waste case for more money is.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Time on it all morning long talking about this was a victory for mayor Darrell Steinberg in Sacramento he's been pushing for it it's a step in the right direction it's a huge project and it's not going to solve all the problems but never the less it was a big victory for him right we also talked to Joss oreos in importer Rico as the storm is bearing down Dorian is bearing down on Porter Rico of accusations under way and their boarding up and kind of sheltering place in other areas as the M. the hurricane this tropical storm expected hurricane had sent in the six o'clock and eight o'clock hours we talked about Google and apparently the talk of politics in Google is out of hand to the point now where company officials have to crack down because too many people are spending too much time talking about politics and not working right it's all these internal message boards that Google has encouraged and now is trying to police to try to get people back to work but we also talked about vaping and this is really seriously have a county Kings County they've had five instances of people vaping this T. H. C. oil this cannabis oil serious long infections that have put people in the hospital sent people to the hospital and by the way U. S. A. today had a headline where a number of health officials across the country are criticizing federal regulators saying Hey where's the warning on vaping right big story today absolutely all right so for tomorrow but one of the stories we have for you has to do with the reaching peak iPhone have we reached peak I found was ME that means are we are looking at a future without one thousand dollar mobile phones are we looking at more last laugh yeah I like it a new ready nice is going down people are not replacing their phones are keeping their old phones because they're they're costly okay I see do they really do that much more thank you have you know that the return on investment is getting smaller and smaller is the advances are becoming less and less alright you're brought up the R. O. Y. return on investment always that the all right good are a wide yeah yes we do and maybe join us tomorrow see if you can get more R. O. I. S. we're here at five o'clock I'm Sam Shane I'm Christine even down to Russia's next Sacramento's.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Darrell Steinberg is revising his recent proposal to open a homeless shelter in south Sacramento in the wake of substantial backlash the mayor is now offering a new idea I am proposing a meadow view shelter be a women's and children's only shelter the low barrier a mayor Steinberg plans to make a motion on the idea at tonight's city council meeting the only woman on the council Angela gash bass says she will be voting no my first concern is that site location is already known to the public and therefore could not be used to house victims of domestic violence councilwoman Ashby also believes a low barrier shelter is inappropriate for children because it involves serving people who are currently using drugs and alcohol and could potentially be serving peta files the California Supreme Court says police agencies can alert prosecutors if a deputy who is going to testify in court as misconduct problems we get the story now from K. F. B. gaze Phil Hewlett previously law enforcement was not allowed to tell prosecutors about officer misconduct the case stems from a lawsuit involving the Los Angeles sheriff's department their union sued to stop former sheriff Jim McDonald from giving the district attorney the names of Japanese with misconduct histories a nineteen sixty three U. S. Supreme Court case says prosecutors have to share evidence with defense lawyers if it might help the defense feels Hewlett news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a normally quiet delta town was the site of a disturbing scene and a manhunt yesterday KP case in the cost and report I'll ten is located along highway one sixty about thirty five miles south of Sacramento crews responded to a grass fire just north of town yesterday morning but they found a burned out shed and a man with severe burns what apparently been set on fire he later died at a hospital the Sacramento sheriff's office says they detain three people who may be involved with the incident but they haven't made any arrests yet they're asking for the public's help in trying to figure out what exactly happened any Costa news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the parents of a man who was killed by an off duty Los Angeles police officer in a southern California cosco say that they begged him not to shoot Russell and Paola French spoke along with their other son Kevin friend she says he doesn't understand why the officer was not arrested I just can't understand how someone can walk into a cosco.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:03 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Is this city leaders are just massing funding what is press conference yesterday sacramento mayor darrell steinberg who is the former senate president so it's not like he's just some newbie to all of this talked about the hundred million dollars the city has committed to to spending on fixing this but i have a little memory about with that hundred million dollars wasn't just not long ago they he talked about at another press conference using that hundred million dollars to build a forcible housing so the two are not the same thing one hundred million dollars to build a florida housing is not a hundred million dollars going to get these you know mentally ill and drug addicted people off the street right and and what is it are they just going to wink wink eventually give them the services they need or provide some funding for that without copying into it publicly i mean what would i mean how are they going to get out from under this you know what i mean when the thing fails yeah i don't know because nobody's talking about actually addressing the real need i you know again building a or converting the hotel into a homeless civility okay that's one thing but the one thing that seemed to actually be doing something with this triage center where it was at least getting people in there and identifying what the individual needs are whether it was drug addiction mental illness or something worse or truly people who were not who did not have a home and those people are very few and far between yeah i had hoped for sacramento heard that these triage centers were doing such good work and it's so disturbing to hear that they are being abandoned essentially well you know what's happened also we do have other organizations into fermentable that have gotten women and children off the streets there's this one called saint john's center for real change and they actually do take when with children off the streets and it's about an eighteen month program and they actually learn skills save money graduate into an apartment with their kids again and there's a volunteers of america had a had a program here those programs require some sort of commitment and accountability i eat no drug use no alcohol use they've got a work they've got to go to adhere to a schedule and so far city leaders are very uncomfortable asking that of these people why Obvious question. Why? Thank you. Bye. if you're not asking that you are committing You committing them to die, you. I'm telling you. these thirty years you are actively enabling a progressive fatal illness how many what's the number before you change your policy yeah exactly here's the irony to before he left the state legislature darrell steinberg opened up a five a one c three nonprofit extensively on mental health and before he left he managed to acquire two billion dollars funding for it and now we have full time lobbyists at the capital every day and we don't know what he's doing to help mental health Worth a billion dollars going can you? I mean don't they have to report it every year? The last what's the name of the five three do you know? I can't remember the moment. I've written about it. I'll send it to you. darrell darrell steinberg signed yes i've looked up the undergrad starring charity navigator and that's not find any current iram on my nineties which required no that's required to line Katie grabs investigator reporter and editor of California glow. She were down here in Los Angeles. although we ask her about the the morlock thing eight hundred two two two five two two two that's the dodgers midday live a._m. seven ninety k._a._b._c. Seven. hey a._b._c. news live and local it's two thirty i'm liz warner the house has passed a four point six billion dollar border funding package that was previously passed by the senate the republican led senate approved their bill yesterday rejecting a house version of the bill that included strict standards for conditions at detainment facilities the bill provides much-needed humanitarian funding for migrants at the border a man who taught classes at u._c._l._a. has been convicted of a legally exporting sensitive computer parts to china the junked professor u._t. she was found guilty of secretly sending advanced chips with military applications federal prosecutors say the engineering professor concealed his intent to transfer the technology to the people's republic of china a co-defendant in the case pleaded guilty to a federal smuggling charge kevin trip k._a._b._c. news investigators are looking for more victims connected to a man accused of human trafficking lieutenant berry hall with the l._a. county sheriff's department says a sixteen year old girl with autism was held for several days and used as a prostitute after four days the suspect released the victim took her to a bus stop and the crime was reported to the marina del rey sheriff's station brian barclays being held on one hundred and fifty thousand dollars bail investigators say the victim was lured in on social media a thority say an electron search has turned up more than a dozen additional potential victims and victims are encouraged to come forward one california city is now a different kind of sanctuary city the city of needles has declared itself a sanctuary city for gun owners the desert town of about five thousand people sits near the border of california and arizona just miles from the nevada border and the city council recently unanimously approved the second amendment sanctuary city declaration mayor jeff williams says the title is meant to send a message to lawmakers in sacramento saying the state needs to recognize out of state concealed carry permits and for residents to buy ammo.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Mayor Darrell Steinberg, made some announcements, we're going to get to that momentarily before we do. Let's get up to the world right now. And Brian understand already ten after five in the morning. We have an accident for the. Yeah. This is on macro dead center Parkway and south sack. This report is brought to you by Haggerty for people who love cars, this habit about half an hour ago, vehicle versus pedestrian incident this resulted in Tallahassee right now. Mac road is shutdown between looks like between centre Parkway and simmer Dale drive. There is no estimated time getting that reopened as I said this just happened about a half an hour ago. So expect that roadway macro this just a little bit west of highway ninety nine to be closed for some time, also another surface three concerned. This is Marconi avenue, Fulton avenue vehicle versus mud Poland's in the poll came down the eastbound lanes of Marconi are blocked person who navigated the vehicle of that position to stick around, they ran away. See HP is on the. Scene, there now freeways look, great all the way around that includes eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cab cities, nine minutes on the cap city freeway gets to downtown. Thirteen minutes makes it in from elk grove on five or ninety nine fifty from Poulsen's in eighteen minute drive from woodland on I five twenty two minutes. We'll do it. If you're coming in from Davis, eastbound I eighty across the causeway. It's just a sixteen minute trip, California need collector, car insurance, only Hegarty has the expertise and passion to protect your car, quoted, Haggerty dot com slash west or with your local agent traffic on the tans every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons. Brian Noble's news, ninety three point one, KFB K, and in our weather today, lots of sunshine for most of today. We'll see highs back in the upper eighties chance of thunderstorms, especially east of Sacramento, watch the.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Darrell Steinberg to the first demonstration ride passing Sacramento's, golden one center in state capital before returning to city hall, calling the experience safe and sound never felt a moment of tension or fear. I mean, it responded to all the things that. A car with a driver would respond to without ever feeling like we were jerking or or stopping suddenly making a square along seventh and tenth and I streets. The route is the second. Fanta motto is using the capital city to support remotely operated. Driverless cars, the initial project is also using street level for g networks top rate Ali the autonomous shuttle at sac state university. And I understand Joe that you manage to get a ride in that driverless car today. How'd that go? Well, first of all when they asked me. I completely forgot all my concerns about safety. And I went heck. Yeah. I'll do that. Then I got in the car. The first thing I did was these seatbelts work, right? What do you got that taken care of? But really, you know for the sixteen blocks that we went it was safe. Like, the mayor said it was, you know, secure. I never felt like anything was wrong. We were introduced to the voice on the Charlie's angels box. Remember, you only heard Charlie we only heard then. But he was there. It was a little odd going around the corners and having the steering wheel turn by itself. And what have you? But I just kinda settled back asked a few questions, and, you know, they're working out some of the bugs, and they say it can't completely stop everything, for example, a deer runs out in front of your car. Yeah. You probably not going to be able to turn it around in time to avoid that collision because that's something that just can't happen if you're going along. So it doesn't completely eliminate the possibility of something going wrong. But for now, they seem to be on their way, and they're calling this the wave of the future and saying that, you know, someday our kids will say what was the concern? Well, you know, and Lord knows that we humans are not flawless drivers either. Because obviously if we were we wouldn't have traffic on the town's true, which we're gonna get to shortly. But just the thing on the kids. How would you feel about having that card? Just go pick up your kids from school. I don't I don't think we're there yet. Sure about that one. Yeah. Baby steps kitty. Thanks coming up at six eleven. Yeah. We'll talk about building a better Sacramento. Someone had phone into say, hey, how about working on the homeless problem Salvation Army is doing that? We'll have that coming up. We'll get you all caught up on this hour's top, national and international stories on news ninety three point one k f.

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Been a powerful tool to combat domestic violence and to protect women. However, the law expired earlier this year when the house did not vote to include it in the final spending Bill a few weeks ago. Democrat leadership intentionally lit the violence against women act expire when negotiating the reopening of the federal government during the. Shutdown now congressman Douglas also wants a clean reauthorization of the act we need to extend this program, we needed to clean version of it. That would be noncontroversial that is respectful to women respectful, two girls that are to be protected by this that we could have done in the previous spending Bill says he hopes the Senate will strip this Bill of unnecessary. Partisan provisions and send a straightforward reauthorization back to the house make him a his snooze ninety three point one camp PK Leeson. Auburn are investigating a counterfeit money ring involving nearly a dozen high school students police say at least ten plaster high school students have been accused of participating in the operation. It's been reported that to fake twenty dollar bills were passed at the school cafeteria and others were found in at least four businesses Auburn police sergeant Tucker Huey says a young man purchase the fake bills online. He's been dispersing them at local businesses in that area that person in question also sold the replica money to other students at his school Sacramento city. Leaders and the Sacramento Republic. FC officials have released a term sheet for a Major League Soccer stadium to be built in the rail yards. If the league agrees to expand in Sacramento billionaire Ron Burkle is the lead investor. The term sheet is a non-binding document it allows the ways that the city and the team and Burkle plan to fund and build that stadium Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg says the stadium will be funded by private money. The term sheet will be presented later today before it goes to vote to the city council next Tuesday, the department of water resources plans to increase outflows from lake Oroville..

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"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"darrell steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of this. Hundred teenagers met up at the mall to fight the chaos spring Sacramento officers into action. Liam McIntyre wasn't at the mall. But her friends were you watched the brawl breakout on her cell phone? I was on Instagram and all my friends posting videos and stuff one of my friends garden Afyon, I fall, I six people Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg now says those teenagers should be held accountable. You're not allowed to engage in behavior. That disrupts the lives of other people there were K. Now, I'm gonna play that again, that's key to me here. Darrell Steinberg now says those teenagers should be held accountable. You're not allowed to engage in behavior. That disrupts the lives of other people. They exactly now I want to make this point. I just want you to understand. I'm not here to have no agenda. I'm certainly not trying to bash mayor Steinberg, I know the mayor. And I know he wants what's best for the city. But when I hear them when I hear him say those words engage in behavior that disrupts the lives of other people. I want to say that those are the words I wish I would have heard more often a few months back when we were seeing the protests of the golden one center when we had people who went into the city council jumped onto the table. You know, what I'm talking about when we had people who were being virtually a costed. During these protests out of the golden one center. When really police weren't allowed to do a whole bunch out there. They weren't really allowed to do their job. There were people being harassed. I'm just wonder was it out of political correctness that we did not hear those words months ago. Any arrests but police issued a citation to one girl for having a taser. The mayor says the mall should consider implementing a new policy that anyone under eighteen must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at.

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