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Suspect In Orange Mass Shooting Charged With 4 Counts Of Murder, Arraigned From Los Angeles Hospital Bed

BTV Simulcast

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Suspect In Orange Mass Shooting Charged With 4 Counts Of Murder, Arraigned From Los Angeles Hospital Bed

"Out Wednesday's mass shooting at a real estate company in the city of Orange is now charged with four counts of murder. Dina Kodiak has more Mean adopt. Gonzales of Fullerton is also charged with attempted murder and faces special circumstances and make him eligible for the death penalty. The 44 year old defendant is scheduled to be arraigned from his hospital bed Monday because he remains unconscious. Gonzalez allegedly opened fire it unified homes on West Lincoln Avenue, killing four people, including a nine year old boy. Gonzales was shot by police in the courtyard of the building detective say he targeted the company was acquainted either personally or professionally with the victims. Brendan greenest,

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NewsRadio KFBK

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Promo code Risk traffic on the tens, Every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons news. 93.1 kfbk have a wind advisory from ADM. Through eight this evening Plenty of sunshine today and becoming quite breezy with a high of 72 to 76. You're in remaining breezy tonight with a low of 48 to 52 Sunshine tomorrow windy and warm with a high of 77 to 81, a macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. Currently it is 43 degrees in Woodland and out of the stories trending on this Monday morning. This week. California's amusement parks, outdoor concert venues and baseball stadiums can open under new guidelines. KFBK is Dina Kodiak tells us they'll be throwing open the doors Thursday. The California Department of Public Health, released the new guidelines Friday. The new rules allow theme parks and outdoor live events to operate with reduced capacity exceeding and consistent masking and graduation ceremonies have new rules as well. Audience seating must be fixed or marked in attendance is limited to a household unit. But people from the same household do not need to be six ft. Apart. If there are multiple graduations in the same day, schools must allow for at least two hours between ceremonies to prevent any mixing All commencement ceremonies will have restrictions on attendance. Dina Kodiak News, 93.1 KFBK and Sacramento's Crocker Art Museum is getting ready to open its doors. Keep the case. Aubrey Aquino has more now on this reopening. Thursdays through Sunday. Starting April eight, The Crocker Art Museum will be open again for our experiences. The museum was kept closed for more than a year, except for a short four week period last fall, and spokesperson Maria Segovia know is excited now to welcome visitors back to see their newest exhibitions. Right now, People are looking for connection. People are looking for joy, So whatever ways you can connect with.

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"dina kodiak" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Johnson Vaccine. Dina Kodiak, NBC NEWS RADIO, the state reported just over 5000 new covert 19 infections today and 30 recent fatalities. The Cruise Line International Association wants the CDC to allow cruise lines to set sail starting in July there asking the agency to lift the framework for conditional sailing order. So they can start planning a phased approach to resuming cruise operations. The association argues. Cruises are the only sector of the U. S economy that has not been allowed to reopen. People pay their last respects to fall in Orlando policeman Kevin Valencia at his funeral today. He died March 15th from injuries he suffered in the line of duty and 2018 Valencia leaves behind a wife and two young sons. Police say drugs may have played a role in the case of a woman found naked in a storm drain 43 year old Lindsay Kennedy was rescued from a sewer in Delray Beach Tuesday told police she had been trapped there for three weeks. Kennedy claims she went for a swim in the canal when she came across the doorway near a shallow section of the waterway said she entered it became lost in a multitude of tunnels before finally spotting some light. She started yelling when she saw people walking Pastor which led to firefighters pulling her out of the storm drain. Kennedy's mother says her daughter has a history of mental illness. And it's a frequent user of illegal narcotics. I'm Joel Malkin with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. They conspired. I'm Lisa let Sarah Fox news. That's the allegation of federal prosecutors, making the case against the members of too far right.

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KTRH

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on KTRH

"Or people who gambled on a very, very low rate, and it would go up with the power, but I've told those folks Do not panic. We're going to figure that out. Patrick says that he is president of the state city to the sharing people. They will take action this session to fix the issues with the power grid as well. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says that President Biden's visit to Texas this week is just a starting point. There's going to be a lot of time in the future to have a discussion and debate about what whether weatherization what preparations should have been taken in advance. We're not gonna have that debate today. We're not gonna have that debate on Friday. The president is going to Texas because he wants to show his support because he wants to survey the damage on the ground. See how people are impacted. See how we can tap into additional resource is in the federal government. The president. First lady will arrive in Houston tomorrow. Katie our rates news time 303. Americans could soon be getting a third Corona virus vaccine, a single shot by Johnson and Johnson. Florida governor Rhonda Santa says officials still have to figure out how the Johnson and Johnson vaccine will be used. So I think the J and J is going to be really good. We're gonna work to see exactly how we use it. But we're going to use it and we're gonna make that available for folks, perhaps in pharmacies, perhaps with doctor's offices were going through those right now. The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is still waiting for emergency use authorization from the FDA, which could happen by the end of this week. And that was Dina Kodiak reporting. University of Texas athletic director Crystal Conti is hoping for full capacity of Longhorn football home games this fall. No contact tweeting his planned Atlanta everyone into Daryl K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium. If enough people in the U. S her vaccinated against the coronavirus, only 25% capacity was allowed at games this last fall. It was undemanding ktrh dot com. Our next updates at 3 30 Breaking information is it happens now.

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Los Angeles sites run out of vaccine early and are forced to close

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Los Angeles sites run out of vaccine early and are forced to close

"Vaccinations Thursday after sites run by the city of Los Angeles ran out of doses earlier than expected. KFBK is Dina Kodiak has details. Five city run mass vaccination sites, including Dodger Stadium will be closed at least today and tomorrow because of a major vaccine shortage. Local sites received a combined 16,000 doses this week. Compared to 90,000 last week, a drop which officials still haven't explained. The city isn't expecting to get any new shipments of doses until after Monday's president's Day holiday. Dina Kodiak NEWS 93.1 KFBK, The city of Sacramento is now closing off certain

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NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 8 months ago

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"Be brought to justice unclear if enough Republicans will join the majority leader and convict the president. That's a B C's Andy Field in Washington is coronavirus vaccinations continue. Governors of some states are urging patients as they also asked the federal government for more vaccines. The U. S is approaching 400,000 deaths from the virus. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Good afternoon. 102. I'm data Hess with your top local stories. Will Bank of America is being sued over its role in California's massive e D D fraud case. If he cares. Dina Kodiak has details. A real estate agent from San Francisco is suing Bank of America and is asking for class action against the bank yet says she obtained ET de benefits and got a debit card but claimed that unauthorized transactions on her card eventually emptied the account. According to Casey, AR e three the suit States Bank of America has a zero liability policy for cards that are accessed illegally. However, the plaintiff claims Bank of America does bear some responsibility and accuses the banking giant of failing to institute standard security measures like debit card chips to guard against fraud. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK anytime in downtown Sacramento today, it's quiet. But as NBC's new a news, Jacob Ward says They're preparing for the possibility of violent protest. We have 1000 National Guard personnel and California Highway.

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:04 min | 8 months ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Mix of clouds and sun this morning than plenty of sunshine and becoming windy later today with a high of 70 to 74, the record is 70 from 1976 Clear and remaining windy tonight, the 47 to 51 sunshine tomorrow windy and not a swarm of the high of 64 to 68. Macular. There's Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 KFBK currently 57 degrees in Sacramento this morning. A startling prediction from a top business insider Northern California Berry broom, the CEO and president of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council, says Apple could be the next big tech company to flee California. There's a significant accidents going on. This isn't like anything California. See. Here's more of what Broom said in an interview with KFBK, And it's going to be much more prevalent when Apple Leaves California I really believe that Apple is constructing their headquarters right now in Austin, Texas. Again, that's very broom. The CEO and president of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council, Tesla, Hewlett Packard, Charles Schwab and Oracle have already left Californian move their headquarters to Texas Bank of America's being sued over its role in California's massive DVD fraud case. Here's KFBK is Dina Kodiak Jennifer, Yet a real estate agent from San Francisco is suing Bank of America. And is asking for class action against the bank yet says she obtained ET de benefits and got a debit card but claimed that unauthorized transactions on her card eventually emptied the account. According to Casey, AR e three the suit States Bank of America has a zero liability policy for cards that are accessed illegally. However, the plaintiff claims Bank of America does bear some responsibility and accuses the banking giant of failing to institute standard security measures like debit card chips to guard against fraud. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK, California's close to reaching three million Corona virus cases since the beginning of the pandemic, he advocates Nick Oh, my God, he says the numbers the state recorded 432 deaths. One day, a day after recording the second highest daily count of 669 hospitalizations and intensive care unit admissions are declining. But health officials warned that could still quickly change due to the post holiday surgeon. They're expecting a total number of covert 19 deaths in the state is listed at 33,390 to weaken the girl. His news 93.1 Kfbk. Those turning into Super Bowl 55 may notice a couple of iconic brands missing from this year's commercial segments. Here's KFBK correspondent Matt Madison. Both Pepsi and Coca Cola have decided not to run ads during the CBS Super Bowl broadcast. The network is charging $5.5 million for a 32nd spot. Many companies are grappling with the economic downturn due to the Corona virus pandemic. Coca Cola released a statement saying the company's instead investing in the right resource is during these President in times. As for Pepsi, their plan is to double down on their 12 minute halftime show. I'm at Madison at 8 35 on this Monday morning. Here are your top national.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Rory O'Neill with the decision. 2020 update This is a decision. 2020 Pacific Regional update in the state of Washington, voters are deciding on requiring public schools to provide comprehensive sexual health education for all students and requiring students to be excused on Ly if requested by their parents. Election officials say. Oregon is currently on track to set a new record for voter turnout, beating the old record of 2.5 million votes set in 2016. As of Friday night. More than 1.9 million voters have cast their ballots for the election uber and left. Are putting their future in the hands of voters who will decide if they should follow California's labour laws or be exempt. Mike Blunt has details Proposition 22 would allow the big companies to continue classifying drivers is independent contractors and use their current business model if it succeeds, But labor unions say uber and lift or cheating workers out of wages and benefits by not classifying them. His employees and open supporter of President Trump and Central California is hoping to get back into politics. District. 21 has a history of not following voter trends compared to other California district. Democrats outnumber Republicans year after year, but they've elected Republican congressman for almost the past 40 years. That trend shifted when Democrat TJ Cox one in 2018, unseating Republican David Valid ao Bye only 862 votes once again. You two are running against each other. There are two proposed ballot measures for California that would expand voting rights in the state. One of them is Proposition 18. Dina Kodiak has more on what a Yes vote might mean Some California teens may get to vote before they even graduate high school. A yes vote on Proposition 18 would allow 17 year olds who will be 18 at the time of the next general election to vote in primary elections and special elections. I guess on proposition. 18 will also allow 17 year olds to seek an elected office since they would then be a registered voter. This move has been discussed before, but it's the first time it's been on the ballot with continuing coverage of decision. 2020. I'm Jason Camp Adonia. Movember. What.

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Appeals court blocks further construction on Trump border wall

Understanding Your World

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Appeals court blocks further construction on Trump border wall

"President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 Billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall is illegal that, according to a San Francisco federal appeals court, Dina Kodiak reports the 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote, putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds California and eight other states. It's sued to block the transfer of funds.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"RNC, Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway said. The more chaos and anarchy and vandalism and violence reigns. The better. It is for the very clear choice on whose best on public safety and law and order coming to support Democratic leaders in Kenosha and Portland's concerns that President Trump is escalating, not de, escalating the protests for his own political benefit. Mike Power News 93.1 kfbk interest will pay almost $90 million to cancel a lease on a new San Francisco office building. Kfbk is Dina Kodiak reports in a company press release head of business operations Todd Morgan, Feld said, is they analyze how their workplace will change in a post covert world? The company is rethinking where future employees could be based. Pinteresque had planned to lease 490,000 Square feet of new office space in the 88 Bloxham high rise under construction. The company will retain its current San Francisco headquarters and offices. Deena Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK. That's just the latest on the West Coast. But on the East Coast is well. I mean, people are just dumping out of big cities both East and West Coast in New York. More businesses are leaving, and one business owner said, You know, when you have an office on Park Avenue, and you don't see anyone, but the less fortunate the homeless no more day to day workers. The high rent just doesn't make any sense. So the biggest gainers the in terms of states from people moving Due to the pandemic. Idaho, New Mexico, Delaware, South Carolina and main Hey, Smaller states Suburbs. The biggest losers. New York, California, Illinois, Washington D. C. In Minnesota. Well, Oh, really? Is that right? Okay, well, you know, most of those are those you know, they have the big hubs. Right? L a New York Chicago exactly time now for the top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk Ah, Fatal shooting in downtown Portland. A man who was there for the demonstrations this weekend describes what happened. What about 600 cars and trucks carrying Trump supporters rolled into downtown. Giant automobiles, waving trump flags and Proud.

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"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A three hour standoff. It remained tense but nonviolent and we'll be hearing from both sides, including saccharine, oh activist Avante Clark, as he argued against the all lives matter, protestors that's coming up in about 20 minutes now to the violent riots in several U. S. Cities over the weekend. We get the very latest now from KFBK is Mike Bauer, acting Department of Homeland Secur. The secretary Chad Wolf, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling federal agents responding to Portland protests. Stormtroopers is absolutely absurd. They are enforcing law. They're enforcing statute passed by Congress. That may be true, but there are largely being sent to those cities against the wishes of local governments. Clashes happened outside the courthouse in Portland, Oregon, forcing police in Seattle to retreat into a station house and setting fire to vehicles in California and Virginia and a protest against police violence in Austin, Texas, turned deadly when police said a protester was shot and killed. By a person who drove through a crowd of marchers. Mike Bauer News 93.1 KFBK City College of San Francisco is launching the first in the nation program for Cannabis Studies. KP Kay's Dina Kodiak, with more last topics will range from criminal justice and drug wars to magic, witchcraft and religion. Smoking vaping or ingestion of marijuana will not be part of the curriculum. Dina Kodiak News, 93.1 KFBK California lawmakers will return to the capital this morning after the state Legislature was shut down two times during the Corona virus. Most committees will only meet once before That session ends on August 31st and some lawmakers Are calling on Governor Newsome to call them back for a special session to give them more time to pass bills. Larry Kudlow, the White House economic adviser, appearing on CNN's state of the Union on Sunday, the first question from the host was to ask had low to comment on the U. S economy, which the host that is heading South. Is Carlos response in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows are featured audio clip This our first of all, I don't think the economy.

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NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Fees for their student association the vice president of the student association sharia dish Bonnie is urging students to show up and vote in the referendum it's really interesting that we have to have at least twenty percent of the student body right now about the two thousand students and all of that twenty percent sixty percent of that need you vote yes in order for the referendum to take affect opponents of the referendum say they're already paying too much for tuition and books a new report from the American cancer some I should say the American society of clinical oncology shows that there is no progress in the fight against cancer care Piquet's dina Kodiak explains there are poor highlights advances in therapies for cancer advances with a number of therapies in a variety of diseases that have both reduce the extent of surgery alter the type of server through meaning to perform and in some cases actually eliminated the need for surgery to treat some cancers Howard Burris president of the American society of clinical oncology in the case of three aggressive cancers melanoma kidney and pancreatic cancer new therapies have changed how doctors approach treatment the report emphasizes effectiveness of those treatments and improved outcomes without surgery dina Kodiak news ninety three point one KFBK and not time for a featured audio clip of the hour this year there are three women who have been hired as coaches by Major League Baseball teams and one of them is Rachel baka back she has been hired by the New York Yankees as their minor league hitting instructor when she first sent out her resume she got no response then she changed her name on her resume from Rachel to ray and her phone started to ring but there were no job offers here's what she told NBC news it is our featured audio clip this hour you just said.

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"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That diamond princess cruise ship outside Yokohama Japan they were locked inside their cabins for twelve days your doctor William Shatner who is a professor of preventive medicine from Vanderbilt University on the quarantine that was put in place on the ship quarantining people on a cruise ship for a prolonged period of time is not at all comfortable and I feel sorry for those individuals but that's in the larger interest of containing this virus so it doesn't spread around the world this passengers will be quarantine for an additional two weeks again a total of fourteen people from that ship have tested positive for corona virus it's not clear if they were brought to Travis Air Force base or the base in Texas in other news this morning a seventy five year old death row inmate at San Quentin state prison outside San Francisco is died but not from execution Cape Acadiana Kodiak reports the California department of corrections and rehabilitation says Orange County murder John able died yesterday as well as an outside hospital fell play is not suspected meanwhile authorities are investigating the death of an inmate who was killed by two other inmates at the state prison near the Salton sea in southeastern California the CDC says twenty one year old Joseph Martinez of Santa Barbara county was stabbed in a prison yard by two other inmates the imperial county district attorney's office is assisting with the probe dina Kodiak news ninety three point one KFBK this morning a Roseville sports coach is accused of engaging in a sexual relationship with a minor on a team he coached at James Ryan Rhodes is charged with twenty one counts of unlawful sex with a minor from April to December of last year rose coached a team based out of Rancho Cordova he was booked into the plaster county jail last week okay let's get two of the latest on the a corona virus because it is a such a big story not only nationally but here locally again a number of of these people who were taken from the ship had been transported to Travis Air Force base that plane landed there early today overnight the plane landed there were fourteen people on that ship Christina who were infected were transported on these two planes but it's not clear which base they went to weather was Texas or Travis Air Force base that has not been revealed at this hour but we are in the midst of what could be a pandemic according to a legal or a a leading health expert and that is the featured audio clip this hour with more than forty Americans on that diamond princess cruise ship dock near Tokyo who have tested positive for the corona virus so there were forty on the ship that tested positive fourteen of them transported to the United States hundreds of other Americans on the cruise ship evacuated flown back to the U. S. on chartered planes by the U. S. state department of this is doctor Anthony Fauci of the national institutes of health on CBS's face the nation he was asked if the corona viruses on the verge of becoming a worldwide pandemic it is our featured audio clip if the in our Monday morning rap of the Sunday morning talk shows well a pandemic is when you have multiple countries throughout the world that have a school sustained transmission from person to person to person multiple generations right now there are twenty four countries in which there are over five hundred cases several of them was starting to get to the second and third transmission so technically speaking the WHL wouldn't be calling this a global pandemic but it certainly is on the verge of that happening reasonably soon unless containment is more successful than it is right now soon and doctor Fauci saying what we're on the verge we're not there yet but this is sort of a make or break moment that you know we just had last week there only fifteen cases of corona virus in the United States and with bringing these patches passengers now back we have double almost doubled that you're going to be held in isolation and be cared for in isolation and then we have additional folks that are being just wanting for an additional fourteen days there were about three hundred eighty Americans on board that right ship right in health officials have said that the U. S. how health officials have said we're doing a good job right now in the United States containing this word we're doing a very good job but there's a real question here about where did this really start me did it really started some market in China well or was it in a lab with an experiment the met area of China currently Wuhan is that a home to where they do all of their testing on various diseases of the the government labs are there he there were some reports over the weekend that perhaps this could have started in bath within the lab so there was some talk about that and then out of the house transfer to the virus whether awesome was bitten by a bat or like blood from the back out on them and they left the lab there was another report about that so it and there I mean they have not tracked it down or at least if they have they're not telling people exactly where they attracted to but we know it it occurred right there in Wuhan either in the lab or right next to the fish market or the the wet market is it's called well the bottom line is globally it is the lead story on this Monday morning and locally it is the lead story on this Monday morning for obvious reasons let's get you caught up on the top national stories a news ninety three point one K. it became from ABC news I'm sherry Preston for the three hundred Americans are now on airforce bases in.

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NewsRadio KFBK

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"February first dina Kodiak news ninety three point one KFBK entering this week Democrats are calling for witnesses and the impeachment trial in the Senate while Republicans say there is no need for witness says that the house is asking the Senate to do the job of the house of representatives senator James Langford Republican of Oklahoma on ABC this week said the house of representatives failed to do their job when they decided not to call anymore witnesses it is our featured audio clip this our in our Monday morning rack of the Sunday morning talk shows frankly looks like they're asking the Senate to go be special counsel go search go seek out that's not really the task of the Senate the task of the Senate is to hear the trial the house is the one that's actually gathering the information for impeachment Sir were acting on what they're sending up that that was the topic of the Sunday morning talk shows yesterday of course that story has now been pushed to the second third and fourth page of most newspapers all right traditionally most newspapers because now of course everybody gets it online but because of what happens Kobe Bryant right exactly and you know there are four Republicans have said they might be willing to call additional witnesses Mitt Romney being one of them and he has been the one that is publicly said when you know yes I would be willing to call more witnesses if needed but you know our sounds are clip of the hour makes a good point and it is the job of the house to do the investigation and then the trial once the trial is that you're not calling and you know usually gathering evidence at that point try looking at the evidence that you have gathered so the rest of the week we can expect to hear or president trump's defense team make their case in front of the Senate and then by mid week probably Wednesday maybe Thursday were likely to have a vote on whether or not there will be more witnesses if not there could be a final vote as early as this week which would allow senators running for president to get back on the campaign trail and they are not able to be there I want to get out there they do all right let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories now on news ninety three point one K. if we can from ABC news about like stone in Calabasas California the sun now coming up here a looming dating the hillside covered in debris the remains of the helicopter and be a legend Kobe Bryant and eight others were riding on yesterday when it crashed killing everybody on board the overnight grieving individuals all around LA Kobe Bryant's fans are in shock obviously was amazing basketball player but outside of basketball we do lots of stuff for other people and when I heard the news I just broke up in two years also on board Bryant's thirteen year old daughters Jana and in Orange County community college baseball coach with his wife and daughter the others have not yet been identified the NTSB is beginning documenting evidence today LA county sheriff Alex the in a wave of assisting the families of those who believe there have been impacted in its of this of this a tough process the NTSB saying today it doesn't know and won't know for a long time why the chopper went down weather or mechanical failure are both possibility about like stone in Calabasas California now with more news here sherry pressed in the impeachment trial begins at about three hours the presence legal team laying out the case in the Senate against removing the president from office the new ABC news Washington post poll shows president trump picking up momentum as the economy continues to search the corona virus continuing to spread in China thousands of cases have been confirmed more than eighty one people have died in the U. S. two more cases confirmed another one in California the all the in Arizona bring the total to five the CDC now warning is to expect that that number will rise this is again panel right now the Dow was down three eighty three over fears about the corona virus which is now infected almost three thousand people you're listening to ABC news time now is at seven oh nine ringgit out to traffic.

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NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today is going to be cloudy, mostly cloudy. We'll have some occasional rain coming this afternoon. And high of about sixty four sixty five degrees wins are going to be out of the south ten to twenty miles per hour. Chance of rain eighty percent as we move to tonight and our rainfall when we do get it about a quarter of an inch right now in Roosevelt's forty eight degrees. Auburn you have forty four sixty degrees. We're heading to the bay area. That's Oakland's temperature right now and fifty degrees in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K. Continuing our weather theme as we get into more news for you. It may say spring on the calendar, but we've got El Nino conditions that historically result. In wetlands gaping that has blanketed much of the United States. What does it mean for California and Sacramento as we move through spring into summer back tobacco Nina's happened about twice a decade? The last in two thousand fifteen twenty sixteen I would be very surprised if you're getting very very strong on, but it's not impossible. And there are indications that we could see at least a moderate eventers. Dr Michael venturous meteorological, scientists with the weather company, we're looking at a we say that begins off with all this spring early summer. That's not going to feature extreme can be deterring extreme drought. Andy says so I think we're going into section where at least temperature should be seasonable seasonably cool the spring. Enhance precipitation. Classic on type of response. You get once we move through the summer says, we might certainly expect warmer than normal temperatures Dina Kodiak, NewsRadio KF PK, one person.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This aircraft inherent in it. But in the meantime, they are all on the ground inconveniencing, thousands of travelers the FAA says, it doesn't know how long will ground the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight involved in that crash in last year's lion. Aircrash the black boxes said to be damaged former Texas democratic congressman Beto overall is in the mix announcing his twenty twenty presidential campaign in a video conservatives have called him a shiny new penny, and they are already coming for him saying that he drips with white male privilege, and wealth and some Democrats wondering whether or not he's the street fighter that they want or need. But there will be two big parts of his platform. They will be healthcare for all and climate change ABC's Paula Farris in Des Moines debate. Well, debate will start in England soon as a request to delay British exit from the European Union. Time now is five forty three at NewsRadio Caffey K. More of our top stories now operation varsity, blues leaves thirty three parents charged with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud accused of pain and scheming to ensure college entry for their children college success at all costs. You'll hear parents say go to the ends of the earth, and when it's wrong, Dr Kim Metcalf in educational developmental psychologist says parents justified in their minds, they will say that. It's very sponsor ability to do very best for their child. And if they can pay to give their child the advantage. They're doing what any other parent would do. She says if you'll do anything for them think about what that means while they're doing anything for their child. They are showing their children their willingness to lie to commit fraud, and their lack of empathy for the kids who didn't get in the ringleader behind the twenty five million dollar college. Admission scam says. He's worked with nearly eight hundred families Dina Kodiak, NewsRadio K U USC says all applicants tied to the emissions cheating scandal will be denied admission. The university announced it it's doing a case by case review of enrolled students one day after the national national scandal was exposed if fifty people from top industry CEOs to Hollywood celebrities. You've been hearing about are accused of scheming to cheat on admission tests and athletic scholarship opportunities to get their school their kids into the top schools. Universities like Yale Stanford, Georgetown. You've heard all these names. They now have to look at potential criminal claims against key staff who may have participated a new resolution is being introduced in California, urging congress to support legislation extending protections for temporary protected status recipients assembly member, Wendy Correo says it's her duty as a former undocumented immigrant to help those who are in the same shoes. She introduced legislation at the state capital yesterday assembly.

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"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Needs to resign immediately immediately. She's not qualified to do what the DA supposed to do the presence of demonstrators caused the shopping center to close on Sunday. And protesters made sure their voices were heard black people have to continue to be targeted in America for too long. If you're black here in America, if you're black you and racist, Sacramento, you are a moving target by five pm, the demonstrations had ended and the cones blocking the entrance were removed. I'm Nico McGaw has snooze radio. K F B. I'm now is age thirty four more stories we're covering for you. We've told you about the Momo challenge. Viral challenge allegedly embedded into children's videos, like those on YouTube or found in messaging platforms like what's out? It's now a top trending web search, but they're still almost no evidence to prove. It's actually a real thing. Images of a demonic chicken lady telling children to do dangerous tasks and even commit suicide YouTube is said there's no evidence of videos promoting the challenge there still a danger. Whether it's a hoax, Dr Kim medcalf in educational developmental psychologists says Momo, even if real is not the worst thing. You're kiddo is seeing on the internet. There comes great responsibility with that. And I think we adults we need to start really looking at that seriously so hoax or not your kids are likely googling. Mo-mo challenge. She says who knows what they can stumble upon in their search Dina Kodiak, NewsRadio KF PK little girls from Humboldt county are safe after disappearing into the woods near their house. Search dogs and helicopters spent the weekend looking for them and homo county. Sheriff William Hansel says they were tracked by granola bar wrappers. And they dropped footprints in the mud searchers were just totally shot came back and said they look like they were just out for a stroll. They need gone for an hour from their house. I mean, it looked that fresh. Yeah, they disappeared on Friday and they weren't found until Sunday morning. They told rescuers say drank rainwater from leaves state underneath the canopy of tall. Trees to stay dry. Roma may not have won best picture at the Oscars this year, but it came close enough to make some of Hollywood's top players a little worried about net. Flicks is infiltration of their most prestigious award filmmaker. Steven Spielberg tends to support rule changes could block net flicks from Oscar eligibility at an upcoming meeting of the film, academy's board of governors and move provoked a very heated and unwieldy. Debate online this weekend, many industry heavyweights say Netflix has been an important supporter of minority filmmakers and stories particularly in awards campaigns eight thirty six now, let's get a check of our traffic..

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"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Way. Google had no comment when we reached out John. Brunei Z NewsRadio KFB K. There's been a massive surge in e cigarette use among kids, but a new Bill would restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products, including flavored e cigarettes and menthol cigarettes. Tim Gibbs with the American Cancer Society cancer action network says flavored tobacco products at the tobacco industry strategy to beat you into becoming tomorrow's addicts even menthol cigarettes have a long history of targeting young people the effects of the menthol flavoring half Anesthetizing effect on the throat which makes that I hit for my young person. Not quite as harsh most flavored cigarettes were taken off the market in two thousand nine but not menthol and didn't apply to products like e cigarettes. He calls that the FDA's failure eliminating menthol both as a flavor and as a cigarette flavor is critical ABC seven thirty nine would restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products, including menthol and candy and fruit flavored e cigarettes, Dina Kodiak, NewsRadio B K. A new report on the wellbeing of children across the country says a lot. Work needs to be done trust for America's health looked at community wellbeing programs across the nation. The group's Jim arbox says while California already has eleven of the thirteen of the report suggestions in place better school nutrition programs and a universal pre K program are needed states that have put a universal pre kindergarten policy into place have seen improvements in health as well as academic achievement and ten states have done that already. Some of the suggestions include tobacco and alcohol taxes syringe access programs rapid rehousing programs and paid family leave. Seven seventeen I'm Christina McDonald's along with Dan. Sacramento's news, traffic and weather continues. Here's blind nobles with our traffic. Trouble spot. No new accidents on our freeways around Sacramento starting to see more slowly developing, however will look at the latest travel times seven twenty all right? Thanks, brian. Also just ahead a settlement for a man wrongly imprisoned for murder..

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"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Chocolate is giving you a lot of good milk. Chocolate is mostly just giving you sugar. Dr Don Buckland, Linda, preventative medicine, doctor chocolate is a mood booster to kicking and dopamine and oxytocin important not to get carried away with the chocolate right amount is about three Hershey's kisses of the dark flavor, and that would be three a day dark chocolate also stimulates nitric oxide production, it makes blood vessels, relax and be less clamp. So that improves blood supply in your heart. Your brain everywhere. It raises rates. Good cholesterol, lowers your LDL's LDL bad cholesterol. He says it's almost the perfect food would almost prescribe it Dina Kodiak NewsRadio KF the long running comic strip non sequitur being cut from the sapper Nobis rotation. The be says they made the call after the series creator. I hit a profane message directed at President Trump in one of the daily comics public statement included an apology to readers, despite the fact that the review and selection of comic strips has handled by outside vendor. The artist has since apologized with the b contends he broke their trust and their readers trust in the quality that he was paper. Several other newspapers have also dropped the comic strip. Four sixteen now. Kitty O'Neil with Mike Hagerty, a Sacramento's news, traffic and weather continues. Dan has has our traffic troublespot slow traffic for you, southbound sixty five out of the northeast corridor for blue oaks boulevard all the way to Galleria boulevard berry, heavy stuff? They're also if you're getting off of eighty on northbound sixty five that's going to be slow to Galleria and a little beyond next reports coming up at four twenty on K, B K and checking.

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

"dina kodiak" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To the church in paradise and also to the state about lime settled marina campground, and there's also a campground I believe near the four bay go. We're looking into whether we can make those places available for them to go. Jones says no one's happy about forcing these people from their homes again, but the properties need to be cleaned and local government can't pay the Bill. Mike Baca NewsRadio calf PK a state appointed task forces warning legislators that California needs three billion dollars in order to avoid a future healthcare crisis. The California future health workforce commission wants the focus put on more training and opportunity for nurse practitioners and medical students. The LA times reporting the commission wants to influence governor, Newsom and state leaders into reort. Denies in the current system. So doctors want to stay in California. The report stresses the need for timeliness from lawmakers because nearly a third of all the medical professionals in the state are reaching retirement age eight oh eight now KFC K when it comes to first dental visits. And even when to brush the American Academy of pediatric dentistry is asking moms and dads, not to ignore even the tiniest of teeth. Many parents don't take their children to a dentist by age one. According to a new survey, and as recommended the survey also found that many parents don't think a toothache is a serious ailment times, if they have to there's a reason for and it could be decay could be an infection or it could be an absence. Joe Castellano, president of the academy perhaps because the teeth are so little or the idea. They may eventually fall out. It really does make a huge difference starting early creating the right habits in getting those children to do the right thing and avoid tooth decay. As they grow older children should be brushing at least twice a day in singing happy birthday song twice each time. Which is about two minutes. Dina Kodiak new. Radio k que get ready to pay a little bit more for Staples. Household. Staples, like diapers cleaning products, even toilet paper. Big brand companies like pampers and Huggies. Proctor and gamble. Sharman? An arm and hammer say the higher costs of raw goods and transportation due to US tariffs are partly behind the increase church and Dwight says it's raised prices on products like Armand, hammer's baking, soda cat litter, even Oxy clean Clorox and Colgate-Palmolive are two so far. It's worked the higher prices offsetting lower volume. It's a change from the decade of slashing prices during the rebounding economy, consumers also saw increased last year wages of edged up and Americans may be able to absorb pain a little more for paper towels, but it may not be enough to stick to brand..

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Suspect shot after 2 women stabbed in Vacaville house fire

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00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Suspect shot after 2 women stabbed in Vacaville house fire

"For any evidence. A man wanted for stabbing a teen and a woman who were found outside of a burning Vacaville home was killed in an officer involved shooting. Back of Bill police say thirty eight year old Nathaniel Holland was shot after an hours long manhunt through the city. A police canine was stabbed while trying to take Holland into custody at canine is expected to survive. No other officers were hurt. Well, the manhunt began around six forty pm after fire crews found two stabbing victims outside a house fire. Police say firefighters found the victims a sixteen year old girl and a forty three year old woman in the driveway. Then they found a four year old girl with burns to her face and chest, a twelve and fifteen year olds were also found that the home they are now in protective custody. Please believe that Holland lived in the home with the victims and they're investigating the relationship between them in. What's become an annual tradition covered? California is reporting a last minute rush of people signing up for health coverage already given one extension, but tonight's midnight deadline approaches. Spokesman James Kalari says the procrastinators are showing up in force yesterday. We had fifteen thousand people signed up in select a plan, so many people are signing up late the state's insurance exchanges giving people somewhat of a reprieve. You still have to start your application by midnight tonight. But after that, you'll have until midnight Friday to complete that application what we really want to make sure is that people get the message that they do need to sign a by today. And if they can't get it done by today than they've got through midnight on Friday to finish the process. It's estimated that once all the applications are complete nearly one point five million Californians will be insured through covered, California, George Sampson, NewsRadio KPFK, the ongoing battle between teachers in the Los Angeles. Unified school district may be getting a moderator. The Los Angeles County board of supervisors stepping in. Now, they're set to vote on a motion today to identify millions and funds that could be directed to the district to enhance healthcare for students. It also instructs the county's department of health services and public health to identify strategies to higher school, nurses, and other professionals if passed the county's department of mental health would need to find up to ten million dollars for that effort. Well, even with more women in the workforce, there are less likely to be the breadwinner in their family, Sacramento. There was one of ten major US cities with the highest rates of female, breadwinner. According to an analysis by magnify money. We have one of the highest rates of female breadwinners at thirty percent. So what gives Sacramento boost six hundred the top ten cities on our list our state capitals. And I don't think that's really coincidence because I think government jobs tend to follow sort of payback structures a little bit more closely. So there's probably a little bit less room for bias to come in. They tend to have better benefits, which can be very. Helpful to people who have families keenly McFadden with magnify money para fair number of women who owned businesses in Sacramento. I think it's about thirty four thirty five percent, which is which is pretty decent compared to the rest of the country. According to the analysis Sacramento also has a lower pay gap between genders with women earning just about fifteen percent less than men Dina Kodiak NewsRadio KF became the flag at San Francisco's Lowell high school is now lowered in honor of grad Carol Channing who passed away at the age of ninety seven this morning upon hearing of the legendary Broadway stars death, fellow lowlights held a moment of silence school staff. Say Channing who was a member of the class of nineteen thirty eight would often visit her alma mater and during her last trip to Lowell she performed a moving cappella rendition of before the parade passes by from Hello, Dolly students, say they'll always celebrate Shannon's life whenever they perform at the schools, Carol Channing theater. A rep for Channing says she died peacefully overnight one in four adults reach for their phone as. As soon as they wake up, the majority of those adults checking their phones within the first sixty seconds of waking Armagh, lentils the study by route metrics on that thirty one percent of millennials are checking right away compared to just nine percent of baby boomers, we see less and less of Email, text is social media. And that's about it. The rush that we broke down with watching videos gaming and listen to music podcasts, executive director of performance benchmarking. Kevin Hayes Lee says it's not an addiction. To you. And it allows you to fill you to connect to others and be comfortable in your space. Forty seven percent of people feel unsafe without cell service. The majority of those where millennials Casimiro hall, NewsRadio K, if if you're planning a summer vacation based on gorgeous pictures, you've seen on social media research it well because five of the most popular destinations are fighting back against what they call the Instagram affect so many people are booking holidays based on Instagram travel pictures, the governments are limiting tourism to preserve landmarks from selfie. Stick wielding visitors one site in Ireland scene in the movie Star Wars has limited visitors to just one hundred eighty a day after hosting seventeen thousand people in one day last year at much UP to the visitors must get a ticket to visit only five thousand or available each day and an area of Croatia. Visited by game of thrones fans now has limited their visitors as well. All right, five forty at NewsRadio cave.

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