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"eldorado high school" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

08:29 min | 3 months ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"You're listening to cut radio. My we had a little each and every week relate. isn't hollywood. all right hollywood. Yeah hollywood the harley. Quinn is hollywood right now. Every we'd we're giving you the latest in holy s. It was the latest so far. We've done it. What makes it. hollywood. Made in hollywood park's well at least the contracts and stuff were probably signed delivered hollywood. They're gonna they're based in hollywood. Yeah that's really filmed in georgia. Probably yeah breathe. The latest in georgia doesn't flow off the tongue as well. But we'll do that. Brought to you by the link find out whether filmed it. We'll say that. The latest in georgia georgia peach or an or hollywood. Those are like the three spots now. I don't know stranger. Things is being filmed right now in albuquerque and it's an eldorado high school before come twenty twenty two. Yeah yeah what are these. kids like. Fifty i was like the stranger things. Cast is just gonna stay forever. So they're filming stranger things filming like couple streets around us but then the flaming hot cheetos documentary is being filmed a eve. Longoria is the director and they keep posting postings for hiring and i keep looking at him. Because the pay's pretty okay like fifteen twenty bucks an hour and you do like three to four hours but the posting so last minute so last minute. It's like today. We need fifty year olds. Twenty year old hispanics that looked like construction workers blah blah blah and. It's like detailed too. So i'm like okay. That was like we'll figure it out but it probably not anytime soon. Will i be in the flaming hot cheetos documentary. The what was what else. better call. Saul bob odin kirk collapsed on sets last week or looking. Galway hit a heart attack. Small heart attack. You'll see okay. Now was the lakers. Four according to according to Crust doing better up up around joking laughing. He's doing okay and he's been out words of thanks to all the fans and you know wow and glad he's talking because we all got really scared when what's his face bryan. Cranston is like everyone says your vibes in prayers. I'm like whoa mike okay. There's also shark tank of some sort. Oh yeah it's a shark tank on math or something. I forget what it was. Yeah the filming filming quite a few things just in my neighborhood and the people that were working on it said that it was kinda boring. So yeah that's pretty much. That's everything happening in alba. Would album hollywood tamale would tamale would. That's what we call it. Yeah yeah right. So lobo comics is having their free comic book day saturday sunday so i might dress up as harley. We'll see how the weather goes and see how my leg feels around this week in a wheelchair. Push you around wiltshire highly. Isn't that into comedy queen really clinton or lovie grandma clinton and have a dd twins. Have someone dress up as dis. I will be both of them. Okay yeah we have mannequins. We could put an extra head on your shoulders. It'd be a dan akin. Oh my gosh no no not gonna work any new comics coming out. Chris i mean new comics are always coming out there. Were actually a a suicide squad. Get joker came which all the suicide squad is trying to hunt down the joker and Another one that people are looking for something fun to read The nice house on the lake. James penny definite movie vibes ibes written all over it. So i'm too okay. Well there you go. I guess. I grew appreciation for pretty woman this week. Watching the documentary on it and we watched movies. That made us movies. That made us. We saw the back to the future. The pretty woman and the jurassic park. Yeah and that was really really good episodes. Pretty woman though was like. I didn't realize there was an original story. And original script and original guy that handed it off and then gary marshall decided to chop suey like style because he garry marshall's director of laverne and shirley happy days and Crap i forgot the other one may family matters. You remember mark committee. Morgan mindy. So he's a tv guy and when you do tv sitcom type stuff. You're coming up with lines on the fly and so with movies. You kind of have a script and you rehearse so when you mix those two you get gary marshall and pretty woman. And that's that's what that's what made this episode cool is just kind of dived into how a really does have that sitcom e type feel but it's a long movie and this is a disney movie. I loved finding that out. That's great so that means Julia roberts is a disney princess prostitute and yeah and what else. Here's really cool things about it. That they didn't mention it. I know that. I learned from something else. I was watching about princess diaries. But the waiter that catches the snail and pretty woman is also the same way that catches the snail in princess. Diaries and i really wanna watch these movies. Side-by-side steph believes. They're the same movie. Yeah one is just for kids. Yeah one princess diaries. It's anne hathaway rescued by julie andrews Enforce to marry a guy and the other one is julia. Roberts having choice and marrying the guy so it's the same it's just one has disney andrews. I'm sorry disney andrew over here. Well that was kind of the show. That's it oh britney news just throughout quick matthew. Rosengard is britney's new attorney and he just said two days ago. He discovered that jamie spears. Her dad paid himself half a million dollars. Just for no fricken reason. And he and the attorneys. Can we get this guy off the paperwork to day like can we get him out in off of the conservative ship to day. What the heck is going on here. Brittany's a cash cow. It's terrible so yeah that's the brittany news. It's hopefully going to move fast is this guy's just paint himself. Well that was the show. Wanna everybody coming into this week Thank you steph. Thank you thank you chris. Everybody tuning in every week and We wanna say Big mona you're going to be missed a love. You all right. That's it for the show. The director's cut wind. So good in. Your neighbors had a cigarette. Director's cut radio dot com..

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Will reach a high Wednesday 62 to 66 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. And we've got Carmichael at 57 degrees fulsome 57 outgrow 59 degrees and 5 11 at kfbk and you may have heard there was a demonstration. Protest down at the capital over the weekend. High school athletes and their parents were there to say that they feel that the shutdown has cost them opportunities to play at the next level. They were protesting delays and cancelations of their season. Here's one Eldorado high School senior Kaylen bionics and who spoke We need our voices deal with Heard students all across America, suffering mental illness, drop out rates, grades, or worse is than ever, especially in my school. We need to be able to have a seat at that table and basically just let us play. Let us do what we want. Yeah, and that video by the way from the Sacramento Bee. So that's our poll question today. Do you think the high school students should be able to play they want to play college kids are playing. That's at our kfbk Twitter page or you compound to 50 s on your smartphone and say, open mic and weigh in that way. A pending home sales are down is the average price of a home goes even higher. The National Association of Realtors, saying home sales dropped just over 1%. However, they were up over 20% from the same month last year. The average price was $313,000. The Northeast saw a drop of almost 6% while pending home sales in the south went up by just 1/10. Of a percent. And in 5 13 at kfbk coming up what the state could do it to crack down even more. I'll tell you what we know from news. 93.1 gave beak a and live everywhere on the I heart radio app. Cole.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Cave became morning news I school athletes in California say it's time to get back on the field about 200, parents and students rally to the state capital over the weekend of protests, delays and cancelations of their seasons. They say the shutdown has cost them opportunities to play at the next level. Eldorado High School senior Kaylen Bah Nixon spoke about it at the rally. This is from a video, which was captured by the Sacramento Bee. We need our voices be heard students all across America, suffering mental illness. Drop out rates, grades or worse is that ever, especially in my school? We need to be able to have a seat at that table and basically just let us play. Let us do what we want. These high school student athletes say that if college athletes are Allowed to play during the lockdown that they should be allowed to play as well. There's word this morning. A new local homeless shelter will move forward Cave because Jodi Guerrero has more modest Caltrans property along the W X corridor between Oak and Curtis Park. The Federal Highway Administration initially approved the homeless shelter, but in May revoked it because it sits below the highway 99 Highway 50 interchange. However, after the election and change of administration, the city was told they can move forward. The navigation shelter will be low barrier and have a capacity for 100 people at a time. The city hopes it will be operational by summer or early fall. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 kfbk move comes after Fizer made the same request for its Corona virus vaccine earlier this month. The family of two teams who were shot and killed a Tartan Fair mall are pleading for justice can't because Nick Um, a guy whose reports the family of the shooting victims 19 year old Dwayne James Jr and 17 Year old Sick, Juan read. James held a press conference at the Mall Saturday night after the two young men were killed the day before. Your aunt Sharon Jackson said the two teens had on Lee moved to Sacramento from Louisiana. Ah little more than a year ago to escape violence. Police say Dwayne and sequins deaths were part of an isolated incident. Less than 24. Hours After the shooting, the mall was back open. No arrests have been made Nick a mega hit snooze 93.1 kfbk Today, Madonna plans to ask the FDA for emergency use authorization for its vaccine. Here's NBC's Sam Brock this morning, Madonna became the second drug company to submit its vaccine for emergency FDA approval. At nearly 95% effectiveness, it could potentially pave a new pathway for covert relief and on a related note, a mass shipment of Fizer Corona virus vaccine has landed at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport KFBK correspondent Dina Nuccio with that angle. United Airlines began shipping Fizer is vaccine from Belgium to Chicago on Friday. It's unclear how many doses were on board the flight. They were packed in dry ice to be capped it below freezing temperatures. Visor is still waiting for the FDA to prove the vaccine. The multi national drug company claims its Corona virus vaccine has been found to be 95% effective. Advisers to the CDC will meet on Tuesday to decide who gets the vaccine. First Indian YouTube In his first interview since the election President Trump told Sunday morning futures on Fox that the FBI and the Department of Justice or not investigating his allegations of voter fraud. It is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. Michigan Action can tell you where they are. I ask. Are they looking at it? Everyone says yes. They're looking at it. Uh, look, where are they? With Comey? McCabe In all these other people, you know, I said, I'll stay out of it. I wish I didn't make that statement. I did. There's no reason really way I have to. But where are they? With Comey? With McCabe with Brennan. With all these people, they lied to Congress. They lied. They leaked they were they spied in our campaign. I see Carter Page is bringing the lawsuit. That's good news. Where are they with all of the stuff. And you know what happened to Durham? Where's durum? So you know you're asking me a question. These people have been there a long time. And I know FBI and FBI is great at the levels that We talked about, But I just It's inconceivable you would think if you're in the FBI or Department of Justice. This is this is the biggest thing you could be looking at. Where are they? I've not seen anything. I mean, I just they just keep moving along and Go on to the next president. You know, you get the sense, Um, 6 12 months down the road. Um, if this is going to unfold the way that many expected Wil and Joe Biden will be president. At that time, I wouldn't be altogether surprised if Trump even writes a book. And talks about how he went in and shook up the establishment and the establishment turned on him. Right. I mean, there's been talk about a book. There's been talk about him running the network. There's been talk about him running again for president. I mean, you know, it remains to be seen what is going to be done Clearly, he's frustrated. Well, he lists you know so many issues that he's had a problem with forever. I mean, the fact that his his campaign was clearly spied upon in 2016. I mean, that's irrefutable. Now we know that And how There's just really nothing has ever come from it right. And and now, here here he is the president of states alleging voter fraud, And he's saying the Justice Department. The FBI are not even helping right? Not even. Look. Um I don't know. I just suspect that that could be sort of the theme from him going forward. You know, we're going to hear more from him on that in 6 to 12 months. That he's gonna look back at his legacy because you know when you leave office, so many of these people who were president want to build their legacy and that will be his. I think priority. At that point in time, and he and he wants the record to show that he'll he'll feel as though he was left out in the cold, right, right. Yeah, and you know so far his Lawsuits have not nothing. There's been nothing to come of any of them. All right, let's get you caught up in your top stories from.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Became morning news. Local high school athletes say it's time to get back on the field about 200, parents and students rallied in the state capital over the weekend to protest delays and cancelations of their seasons. They say the shutdown has cost them opportunities to play at the next level. Eldorado High School senior Kaylen Benin Skin spoke at that rally. And this is from a video which was captured by the Sacramento Bee. We need our voices will be heard students all across America, suffering mental illness, drop out rates, grades or worse. Is that ever, especially in my school? Um, we need to be able to have a seat at that table and basically just let us play. Let us do what we want. Bionics and says of California College athletes are allowed to play during the lockdown. Then they should be allowed to play as well. We will hear Morfogen the students at that rally that's coming up in the next 15 minutes. There is word this morning that a new local homeless shelter will move forward. Kfbk is Jody Guerrero with more the largest Caltrans property along the W X corridor between Oak and Curtis Park. The Federal Highway Administration initially approved the homeless shelter, but in May revoked it because it sits below the highway 99 Highway 50 interchange. However, after the election and change of administration, the city was told they can move forward. The navigation shelter will be low barrier and have a capacity for 100 people at a time. The city hopes it will be operational by summer or early fall. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK also in the news this morning, the family of two teenagers who were shot and killed an ardent fair Mall or not pleading for Justice cave because, Nick Oh my God, his reports the family of the shooting victims 19 year old Dwayne James Jr and 17 Year old Sick, Juan read. James held a press conference at the Mall Saturday night after the two young men were killed the day before. Your aunt Sharon Jackson said the two teens had on Lee moved to Sacramento from Louisiana. Ah little more than a year ago to escape violence. Police say Dwayne and sequins deaths were part of an isolated incident. Less than 24. Hours after the shooting, the mall was back open. No arrests have been made. Nick Um, a goddess News 93.1 kfbk Today, Moderna plans to ask the Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization for its vaccine. Here's NBC's Sam Brock this morning, Madonna became the second drug company to submit its vaccine for emergency FDA approval. At nearly 95% effectiveness, it could potentially pave a new pathway for covert relief. Also in the news. In another related story, a mass shipment of Fizer Corona virus vaccine has landed at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Can PK correspondent Dean Lucio has more on that United Airlines began shipping Fizer his vaccine from Belgium to Chicago on Friday. It's unclear how many doses were on board the flight. They were packed in dry ice to be kept it below freezing temperatures. Visors still waiting for the FDA to prove the vaccine. The multi national drug company claims its Corona virus vaccine has been found to be 95% effective. Advisers to the CDC will meet on Tuesday to decide who gets the vaccine first. I'm Dean, you chill. Interesting and sad passing over the over the weekend. Tony Shea. He's the former Zap. Oh, CEO. This is a young guy 46 years old. He just retired from the company last August. He bought this house in Connecticut. And I mean, he was very well known. He was an inspirational speaker to people. He did a lot of business coaching he built Came from Taiwan and then built Zappos into a 1.2 $million billion company. So he was, I think, if I'm not mistaken a billionaire with a B and before he was 25 years old, I think, sold some company them like Amazon for 200 some million. Yeah, A lot of people are tweeting about him. Over the weekend, he was friends with Ivanka Trump and and Jared Kushner. He was also friends with Jeff Bezos and Jimmy Kimmel. Was talking about him this well, so he died in a house fire. So there was a house fire at his house, but he they got him. They got him to the hospital. But nine days later, he succumbed to the injuries from that house fire. It's quite a story. While many leading Republicans are casting doubt that Trump's legal team will produce the evidence needed to give Trump on election victory. Many of them also believe that President Trump should pursue all of his legal options, including Congresswoman elect Nicole Mallia Takis, a Republican from New York had this to say on CNN's state of the union. It is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. I don't believe that the president is undermining anything. I believe that he is within his legal rights to be questioning any irregularities that have may have surfaced. Look, this is a legal process. This is the Constitution. This should be all settled in December and the president said Should Joe Biden be elected by the electors that he will conform with a peaceful transition. I think that's very important, but in order for us to work together and to have bipartisanship, we need the public to have trust in our system, and this really is about the integrity of our election system. That speaks following that last little that last little clip right there, What she just said. We need voters to have trust in our system. That's not there and and the polls have been very, very clear. Over the last week and a half to two weeks a next roar dinero a number of Americans voters. Do not trust our voting system now. What also is not there, though, is definitive proof that there was widespread election fraud correct because they haven't been able to produce it yet, And so far, all of the all of the president's cases have been thrown out, not on the scale that they need. Okay, there. There there was. There is no question there was fraud. We know that now that there is evidence of that they haven't been able to find that That's the creek in as the president's attorney, put it to him. Out there this morning in Georgia. They're doing the re continent and the Dominion server crashed. So that's that setback The account that they're going to resume it later today, But that's going to throw even more speculation but more to her point. I mean, yes, you do have the right in this country, too. Exhaust all of your legal options. Yes, and she supports that. And she said, We need this process to go forward and that we have to instill trust in our system, which you know, as I just mentioned sadly, if you look at the polling Has eroded enormously trust in any kind of authority right now is in short supply. Right? All right, Let's get you caught up on this hour's top national story from ABC News. I'm sharing Preston. This year's Thanksgiving travel season. Didn't look all that different from years past,.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Some point today as well well the Senate Majority Leader so I mean a lot of work going on both sides of the capitol house site Senate side fourth floor they're busy as well main thing obviously is to get the budget passed on and sign this is the budget session so that is the main issue that is that is going on and hopefully it'll get passed and and and approved on the house and the Senate side and get signed into law I got hot again so it's either it's it rains or you know where's drought of so we have a whole bunch of people coming in now so we'll just let him introduce themselves I I know that representative Melanie Stansbury is here she is from district twenty eight representing nice to meet you here's well I apologize that my my live stream is going off here okay all right these young ladies are the are they with you or why are they here with me and they've been chatting with me for the last several weeks and if it's okay I'll let them introduce themselves but also the conversation's going to be mostly between all right in turn number one Barbara yeah where you from I'm a high school senior at Eldorado high school in Albuquerque okay we're just talking about Eldorado high school with another state represent and that would have been joy Garrett is or who's also an educator Eldorado high school senior yeah going to do one after this I have no idea you're gonna freak out no idea we're gonna break out what do you want to do I'm interested in public policy so I know I'll be headed somewhere for college probably studying somebody come of public policy at Georgetown other words probably not but okay we'll see yeah have you applied to military million colleges I applied to a million and one college all right wing when you start hearing back I've started hearing back so all rejections of although moderate right now good news not enough money so we'll see how that turns out okay any brought in brought in another intern introduce yourself you don't want name is Gabrielle a different Tesco I'm a junior at U. N. M. setting political science and math how's that going it's going pretty well we want to do I'm interested in environmental policy but we'll see okay junior Jana all right and got it both these ladies are like future presidents future president of the Senate United States the daily not at the same time you will not be difficult all right replaced as Danbury what part once again give me a district twenty eight which is where I district twenty eight is in the northeast heights Albuquerque you kind of sandwiched in between represent I've ocular representative reams district on the foothills sure hope to me tramway tramway Candelaria is kind of right in the middle of it okay been in the in been in the house for how long I'm I'm just finishing out my first term as a part of the blue wave I am well yeah I mean we flipped our district but I think part of what I would say is the wave of community minded representatives that came in in two thousand eight who did you who did you beat I am so there was a an incumbent who had been serving for fourteen years name representative Jimmy hall right yeah you are seated him yep your run for reelection in in November I am absolutely running for council I haven't announced yet all right you have a website yet I do have a website yep it's that Melanie for an M. dot com all right what is your career what he did so I'm a consultant am I used to work in Washington DC I'm a native new Mexican but I worked in the government so I worked at the office of management and budget and I worked in the U. S. Senate on environmental and science policy and now that I'm on my own I have my own shingle I do management policy consulting for nonprofit and philanthropic organizations across the country okay are we working on here in this session we really really pushing on the session so my number one priority this session to get across the finish line is a bill to modernize our electric grid and diets right now waiting to be heard in the Senate hopefully today and then hopefully which competitors in the Senate floor reward center floor yep okay yep so and this bill is really designed to help us modernize our electric grid across the state we've been working with an extraordinary coalition including our utilities environmental organizations world cooperatives national labs academia and it's it's an exciting projects does this include Z. a transmission line so this is to provide a framework in a road map for all of our electric grid it's not specific to any one particular compound what do we need to modernize make it less hackable all kinds of things yes so cyber security is certainly one of the big priorities but everything from modern electronic controls of our grade so especially as we move to more distributed grid especially with more renewables online we need to be able to manage loads and storage on our great more effectively so that's one piece of what happened California with PG&E starting all the wildfires is that a lesson as well oh absolutely so you know one of the major components that we're looking at is how do we make our grid more resilient and part of resiliency is making sure that you can control it in a modern way right especially during winstar M. as in and Karen dot org fires rubber tax all kinds of thing right yeah the microgrid possibility it is that also part of this looking toward the future like you said just distributing rather than in a long term or long distance transmission have a smaller microgrid yeah absolutely so I think you know over the last hundred years we built this massive energy distribution system and we're moving towards a much more distributed energy system I'm kinda like the internet so people be generating energy in lots of different places from lots of different sources and in order to do that you need to be able to store it in different places and create micro grids also for folks you might even want to be off the main grid and there's some really cool microgrid projects already happening across the state and MSU has won and there's one in Albuquerque and there's lots of community as we know pick res publica is working on a project there's so there's all kinds of exciting projects going on in this bill includes an a grant program to help communities experiment with these technologies and connect with service providers we're broadcasting live from state capital R. our guest is representing Melanie Stansbury district twenty eight the northeast type of Albuquerque does it also do we also need more flexibility so that win the state land office is leases out land for a solar farm or wind farm that we can actually get transmission to it make it more accessible but we still have to go obviously we know we have to compensate people they need to be compensated we have to do all of the environmental reviews as well so this bill doesn't deal with the permitting around transmission which is of course generated a lot of conversation over the last decade and this bill is really more about how do we get all the stakeholders together at the table to look at how we plan for a great not only within the state regionally and integration into regional markets as well as enabling and creating a clear definition and path for our utilities and providers actually and make the upgrades the great that they need to but one of the major challenges for our grade is that last year we passed a new renewable portfolio standard which put us on a path towards a hundred percent carbon for ETA yep and renewable electricity standards and so in order to do that our utilities are going to need to bring on a lot more wind and solar and most of our wind capacity is on the eastern side of the state worker yep absolutely on the planes in the southeastern part of the state where we don't have a lot of large transmission lines and so part of the overall planning process needs to look at how do we get that energy to where it's needed one of the partners that has to be part of the conversation is the piercing absolutely so this bill involves the PRC impact that it and third part of this bill actually amends the public utilities act and we worked with the PRC to make sure that this bell worked with the process that they do have you been part of the conversation the debate to restructure the PRC I know Nathan small might pop by today anyway he and represent trio working on that yeah so he actually just came off the floor and with a bill that was part of the Pearcey reform which was to me the fire Marshall out of the PRC everybody in this body has been involved in that conversation I said on the energy committee so certainly we've heard that bell you know I think it's a complicated set of mechanics to reform the PRC and I think the folks who work at the pier C. are working their hearts out and it's a really challenging place because the workload because it's hard to hear because of the history of dysfunction this might be the best P. R. C. we've had in awhile maybe ever well I think that there's also other structural problems which we have in state government in general which is that we don't pay people enough and it's really hard to recruit and retain folks and so we do end up with some really amazing people who are dedicated public servants but we have huge vacancy rates and it's you know just happen in the PRC with their staff yeah really great pleasure to talk to you nice to meet you yeah state Rep presenti Melanie Stansbury we're told the governor is going to pop by here in a few minutes as well as the speaker of the house Peter worth will be by maybe Matthew McQueen from out in the Eldorado ordered district fifty and mow my Estes also on the list but who knows with state capital they're busy nineteen minutes after to be right back talk about sixty.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Some point today as well well the Senate Majority Leader so I mean a lot of work going on both sides of the capitol house site Senate side fourth floor they're busy as well main thing obviously is to get the budget passed on and sign this is the budget session so that is the main issue that is that is going on and hopefully it'll get passed and and and approved on the house and the Senate side and get signed into law I got hot again so it's either it's it rains or you know where's drought of so we have a whole bunch of people coming in now so we'll just let him introduce themselves I I know that representative Melanie Stansbury is here she is from district twenty eight represent nice to meet you she was well I apologize that my my live stream is going off here okay these young ladies are they are they with you or why are they here with me and they've been chatting with me for the last several weeks and if it's okay I'll let them introduce themselves but also the conversation's going to be mostly between all right in turn number one Barbara yeah where you from I'm a high school senior at Eldorado high school in Albuquerque okay we're just talking about Eldorado high school with another state represent and that would have been joy guarantees all who's also an educator Eldorado high school senior yeah going to do one after this I have no idea you're gonna freak out no idea we're gonna freak out what do you want to do I'm interested in public policy so I know I'll be headed somewhere for college probably studying something like home of public policy at Georgetown other words probably not but okay we'll see yeah have you applied to military million colleges I applied to a million and one college all right wind when you start hearing back I've started hearing back so all rejections of all moderate rejection no good news not enough money so we'll see how that turns out okay and he brought in brought in another intern introduce yourself you don't want my name is Gabriela different Tesco I'm a junior at U. N. M. setting political science and math how's that going it's going pretty well we want to do I'm interested in my mental policy but we'll see okay junior Jana all right and got it both these ladies are like future presidents future president of the Senate United States the daily not at the same time you will not be difficult all right replaced as Danbury report once again give me a district twenty eight which is where I district twenty eight is in the northeast heights Albuquerque you kind of sandwiched in between represent I've ocular representative reams district on the foothills so to me tramway tramway Candelaria is kind of right in the middle of it okay been in the in been in the house for how long I'm I'm just finishing out my first term the part of the blue wave I am well yeah I mean we flipped our district but I think part of what I would say is the wave of community minded representatives that came in in two thousand eight who did you who did you beat them so there was a an incumbent who had been serving for fourteen years name representative Jimmy hall right yeah you are seated him yep you gonna run for reelection in in November I am absolutely running for council I haven't announced yet all right give a website yet I do have a website yeah it said Melanie for an M. dot com all right what is your career what he did so I'm a consultant am I used to work in Washington DC I'm a native new Mexican but I worked in the government so I worked at the office of management and budget and I worked in the U. S. Senate on environmental and science policy and now that I'm on my own I have my own shingle I do management policy consulting for nonprofit and philanthropic organizations across the country okay are we working on here in this session we really really pushing on the session so my number one priority this session to get across the finish line is a bill to modernize our electric grid and diets right now waiting to be heard in the Senate hopefully today and then hopefully which competitors in the Senate floor reward center floor yep okay yep so and.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:42 min | 1 year ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Some point today as well well the Senate Majority Leader so I mean a lot of work going on both sides of the cattle how site Senate side fourth floor they're busy as well main thing obviously is to get the budget passed on and sign this is the budget session so that is the main issue that is that is going on and hopefully it'll get past and and and approved on the house and the Senate side and get signed into law got a home again so it's either it's it rains or you know where's drought of so we have a whole bunch of people coming in now so we'll just let him introduce themselves I I know that representative Melanie stands very is here she is from district twenty eight representing nice to meet you she was well I apologize that my my live stream is going off here okay during these young ladies are they are they with you or why are they here with me and they've been chattering me to last several weeks and if it's okay I'll let them introduce themselves but also the conversations going to be mostly between all right in turn number one Barbara yeah where you from I'm a high school senior at Eldorado high school in Albuquerque okay we were just talking about Eldorado high school with another stay represent and that would have been joy Garrett is all who's also an educator Eldorado high school senior yeah going to do one after this you have no idea you gonna freak out no idea we're gonna freak out what do you want to do I'm interested in public policy so I know I'll be headed somewhere for college probably studying some like home of public policy Georgetown other worked probably not but okay we'll see yeah have you applied to military million colleges I applied to a million and one college all right wind when you start hearing back I've started hearing back so all rejection so for all moderate rejection no good news not enough money so we'll see how that turns out okay any brought in brought in another intern introduce yourself you don't want name is Gabrielle a different Tesco I'm a junior at you and I'm sending political science and math how's that going it's going pretty well we want to do I'm interested in environmental policy but we'll see okay junior Jana all right and you had it both these ladies are like future presidents future president of the Senate United States they're gonna be not at the same time you will not be difficult all right replaced as Danbury what part once again give me a district twenty eight which is where I district twenty eight is in the northeast heights Albuquerque kind of sandwich in between represent I've ocular representative reams district on the foot hills so to me tramway tramway Candelaria is kind of right in the middle of it okay been in the in been in the house for how long I'm I'm just finishing out my first term the part of the blue way I am well yeah I mean we flipped our district but I think part of what I would say is the wave of community minded representatives that came in in two thousand eight who did you who did you beat I am so there was a an income and have been serving for fourteen years name representative Jimmy hall right yeah you are seated him yeah your run for reelection in in November I am absolutely running for review an ounce I haven't known stand or I give a website yet I do have a website yeah it's Melanie for an M. dot com all right what is your career what he did so I'm a consultant am I used to work in Washington DC I'm a native new Mexican but I worked in the government so I worked at the office of management and budget and I worked in the US Senate on environmental and science policy and now that I'm on my own I am my own shingle I DO management policy consulting for nonprofit and philanthropic organizations across the country okay are we working on here in this session we really really pushing a session so my number one priority at this session to get across the finish line as a bill to modernize our electric grid and it's right now waiting to be heard in the Senate hopefully today and then hopefully which began in earnest in the Senate floor reward center floor yep okay yep so and this bill is really designed to help us modernize our electric grid across the state we've been working with an extraordinary coalition including our utilities environmental organizations world cooperatives national labs academia and it's it's an exciting projects so does this include dizzy a transmission line is so this is to provide a framework in a road map for all of our electric great it's not specific to any one particular compound what do we need to modernize make it less hackable all kinds of things yes so cyber security is certainly one of the big priority is but everything from modern electronic controls over grade so especially as we move to more distributed grade especially with more renewables online we need to be able to manage loads and storage on our great more effectively so that's one piece what happened California with P. Jeannie starting all the wild fires is that a lesson as well absolutely so you know one of the major components that we're looking at is how do we make our great more resilient and part of resiliency is making sure that you can control it in a modern way right especially during winstar terms and and carried out or if fire orders labor tax all kinds of thing right yeah the micro grid possibility is that also part of this looking toward the future like you said just distributing rather than in a long term or long distance transmission have a smaller Mike regrets yeah absolutely so I think you know over the last hundred years we built this massive energy distribution system and we're moving towards a much more distributed energy system I'm kinda like the internet so people be generating energy in lots of different places from lots of different sources and in order to do that you need to be able to store it in different places and create micrograms also for folks you might even want to be off the main grid and there's some really cool microgroove projects already happening across the state and I miss you has one and there's one in Albuquerque and there's lots of community as we know and pick res publica is working on a project there's so there's all kinds of exciting projects going on and this bill includes an a grant program to help communities experiment with these technologies and connect with service providers we're broadcasting live a state capital are our guesses representing Melanie stands very district twenty eight the northeast type of Albuquerque does it also do we also need more flexibility so that win the state land offices leases out land for a a solar former wind farm that we can actually get transmission to it and make it more accessible but we still have to go obviously we know we have to compensate people they need to be compensated we have to do all of the environmental reviews as well so this bill doesn't deal with the permitting around transmission which is of course generated a lot of conversation over the last decade and this bill is really more about how do we get all the stakeholders together at the table to look at how we plan for a great not only within the state regionally and integration into regional markets as well as enabling and creating a clear definition and path for our utilities and providers actually make the upgrades the great that they need to but one of the major challenges for our grade is that last year we passed a new renewable portfolio standard which put us on a path towards a hundred percent carbon for EDTA yep and renewable electricity standards and so in order to do that our utilities are going to need to bring on a lot more wind and solar and most of our wind capacity is on the eastern side of the state Kerry yep absolutely on the planes in the southeastern part of the state where we don't have a lot of large transmission lines and so part of the overall planning process needs to look at how do we get that energy to where it's needed one of the partners that has to be part of the conversation is the piercing absolutely so this bill involved the P. R. C. impact that a third part of this bill actually amends the public utilities act and we work with the P. R. C. to make sure that this bill worked with the process that they do have you been part of the conversation the debate to restructure the PRC I know Natan small Mike pop by today anyway he and represent trio working on that yeah so he actually just came off the floor and with a bill that was part of the P. R. C. reform which was to me the fire marshal out of the PRC everybody in this body has been involved in that conversation I said on the energy committee so certainly we've heard that bell you know I think it's a complicated set of mechanics to reform the PRC and I think the folks who work at the pier C. are working their hearts out and it's a really challenging place because the workload because it's hard to because of the history of dysfunction this might be the best PRC we've had in awhile maybe ever well I think that there's also other structural problems which we have in state government in general which is that we don't pay people enough and it's really hard to recruit and retain folks and so we do end up with some really amazing people right dedicated public servants but we have huge vacancy rates and it's you know just happen in the P. R. C. with their staff yeah really great pleasure to talk to you nice to meet you yeah state rep present any Melanie stands very were told the governor is going to pop by here in a few minutes as well as the speaker of the house Peter worth will be by maybe Mathew McQueen from out in the Eldorado worried district fifty and mow my est is also on the list but who knows what state capital they're busy nineteen minutes after two will be right back talk about sixty one three seventy.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons right nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. this weather report brought to you by Gilmore heating and air some sun will give way to clouds today with a high of fifty two to fifty six the mostly cloudy tonight with a low of thirty six to forty clouds giving way to some sunshine tomorrow with a high fifty four to fifty eight Sunday will turn out mostly cloudy with a high of fifty five to fifty nine I'm accu weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg news ninety three point one K. of because early thirty nine degrees in Sacramento news ninety three point one KFBK well this morning they are digging out schools in the Sierra foothills and the high Sierra are opening up late or even closed Eldorado high school in Placerville in union mine high school in Eldorado they're delayed two hours bus service also delayed a couple of hours Pollock pines elementary school district silver for school district in Pollock pines and the pioneer union school district in Somerset say that their schools will be entirely closed today the storm yesterday dropped several inches of snow in the foothills nearly a foot of snow on the high Sierra and some highways were closed during that storm the California state fair needs more money or it may be forced to shut down K. if BK's Jensen raider has the story how expose seeking a taxpayer bailout to avoid bankruptcy with possible shutdown of the California state fair state officials say it needs roughly two point three million in taxpayer bailout due to years of low attendance at the state fair governor Gavin Newsom's budget proposal includes over one million dollars to offset short term funding deficiencies and seven hundred and fifty thousand to analyze long term solutions for cal expose financial problems cal expo is highly dependent on state fair attendance which accounts for about sixty percent of annual revenue but the Sacramento bee reports at the fairs attendance has been only slightly more than half the number of people who came throughout the early two thousands Jensen raider news ninety three point one KFBK UC Davis teaming up with world renowned chef in food activists Alice waters to research just animal crops waters institute for edible education will be at the new Maggie square development part they will re research just animal crops and environmentally conscious agriculture they will also provide hands on activities to teach students and teachers about the role that food.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Core processors call eight seventy seven by dell traffic and attends every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one KFBK but I will be a mostly cloudy day after some early morning sun high fifty two to fifty six the mostly cloudy tonight little thirty six to forty about the break for some sun later tomorrow with a high fifty four to fifty eight so they will turn out mostly cloudy I fifty five to fifty nine I'm accu weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg news ninety three point one K. a PK and currently it is forty one degrees in Sacramento at news ninety three point one K. F. C. K. on this Friday morning they are digging out in this morning schools in this year for deals are opening late Eldorado high school in Placerville in union mine high school in Eldorado are both being delayed by two hours bus services also be delayed by two hours yesterday storm dropped several inches of snow in the foothills and nearly a foot of snow in the high Sierra some highways were closed during the storm the California state fair needs more money or it may be forced to shut down okay if BK's Jensen raider as the story how exposed seeking a taxpayer bailout to avoid bankruptcy with possible shutdown of the California state fair state officials say it needs roughly two point three million in taxpayer bailout due to years of low attendance at the state fair governor Gavin Newsom's budget proposal includes over one million dollars to offset short term funding deficiencies and seven hundred and fifty thousand to analyze long term solutions for cal expose financial problems cal expo is highly dependent on state fair attendance which accounts for about sixty percent of annual revenue but the Sacramento bee reports that the state fairs attendance has been only slightly more than half of the number of people who came in the early two sure okay a little technical glitch there.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Men together at Mar a Lago in twenty sixteen you're listening to ABC news okay time now it's coming up on five ten let's get out of the road right now rolling out there on a Friday morning here Brian good morning things are looking good on our freeways around Sacramento if you're super commuter headed southbound on I. five two of five and five eighty to head out to the bay area really very light travel for you as well we do have a little slowing just as you transition to five eighty coming out of Tracy all you got to get almost all the way to five AT the slowly and all that bad it's back to the limit when you get just a little bit faster grant line road up in the high country we still have changed controls in effect on I eighty per month three miles east of gold run to the state line fifty it's just four miles east of Placerville all the way up to Myers at Raley's in Bellaire get mouth watering Raley's New York state for only five ninety seven about forget for large creamy Haas avocados for just five dollars at your neighborhood rabies and bell air traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one KFBK a partly sunny highs in the low fifties mostly cloudy tonight with temperatures in the mid thirties in the valley tomorrow we'll have mostly cloudy skies highs in the mid fifties and then Sunday mostly cloudy again highs in the mid fifties slight chance of rain coming back on Monday currently it is in the Sacramento area forty one degrees at news ninety three point one K. P. K. done of furniture neighborhood would bring in Elbert Parr now all right now with the headlines you know this is related to what I believe you're going to be reporting but Brian nobles just send some pictures from the high country fifty at twin bridges I eighty at castle peak lot of snow in the upper yeah for country yes definitely because that's no Eldorado high school in Placerville in union mine high school in Eldorado we'll be on a two hour delay due to the snow and icy road conditions school bus services to the schools two schools will also be delayed by two hours okay I have a feeling that you're going to see that throughout the foothills this morning could be a little slow going yeah you know and down here boy who did that storm yesterday you know right about ten o'clock or so ten thirty I have us just drop it like for company umbrella bad data do the line out CNBC reporting this morning big tack now worth more than five trillion dollars wow apple is joined to.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"As head coach in fact took the job but ended up not keeping the job taking a an assistant job with the bulls in it you know what I mean that's the difference between him being the coach you know potentially on this plane when the plane goes down right yeah well you know you know on a jury was on those two national championship teams in sixty four and sixty five and then you know he he went to the NBA and it was always kind of assumed that he was going to come back and coach in Evans will take over for his mentor coach a red in the country he retired so he did come back and he had to choose between an assistant's job with the bulls in the head job in Evansville so we took the head job in Evansville and a week later inexplicably he quit me say just don't like it wasn't the right thing for him it happened before but with Jerry you know he he had gone to the university of Illinois for about a month and decided it wasn't for him so it was an unusual for him to do something like this but it really did that the you know temporarily set back the program until it higher body wants and needs very charismatic guy six eight you know good looking just really swept the town off its feet and yeah he he managed to our account Rangel Mike dot a kid from southern Illinois away from the norm Stewart at Missouri and that was really a key moments because people fought while you know until can get the the records that Kentucky in Missouri are going for and so that that really gave the town at least did he gave it gave them shot in the arm there to where they realize you know what we're making the transition to division one and we've got a pure division one player and Mike Duff added Eldorado high school and the.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Wrong because your judge but I don't want to be held in contempt but you wouldn't be alone and and for and find a thousand dollars for a first look at it all right so we're talk about this new online program that you guys have which is I think it's gonna be a beneficial tool Ole lot of people and more people than you think actually will take advantage of this but before we do a little bit of your background you are judging what in what district the first usual District Court okay I do mostly civil little criminal and the little domestic work but mostly civil lawsuits all right how long you been a judge of the governor long Grisham appointed me in March okay did you apply for it I did apply for I've actually been intrigued about doing it for a very long time and it seems like this was just the right time to take take the leap okay so she appointed you you applied for it and then the name goes before the judicial commission and they recommend people so there's this by potter partisan judicial nomination commission right it's largely lawyers a lay people from around the district they nominate who they think are qualified center the governor and the governor picks from there who she wants to actually point to the bench all right I heard that you were fed up with your law partner senator Peter were well I I think you'd probably more fed up with me but it's a. last time we had similar worth on I said how was your summer I said been working my **** off and I said why he said because I lost both law partners and now his wife is working in the office that is true and she's amazing in her own right is that most of them are a source I hope of inviting this device and guidance as I have to the campaign. all right so are you what would you think I mean you applied for you want to be a judge so I'd imagine you would run on but you you will your your appointed term will be up in November I I am absolutely running and at breaking points there there you go I I don't think anyone in my family will be surprised I certainly don't the governor as the run want to do this a long time but a judge after pointed does have to stand in the next contest elections are running as a Democrat and it's interesting for an independent judiciary to have to do that but that is the system we have and so I will be running next year okay where do you live center okay would you go to law school university New Mexico for most of it university of Tasmania for a portion of it okay and you grew up here so I grew up in Albuquerque went to high school in Albuquerque met my wife in Albuquerque in high school where can I feel Eldorado high school an eagle there you go that's right and then we moved up here twenty of twenty two years ago okay and you got kids yes we have a daughter we're very proud of her and she is clearly the best politician out of all of us in the family she's been doing well. Recio elected official but she is not but she would vote for herself for any particular position she was running for how old is she eleven she's been. helpful with everything from creating robes over floats for the political parade last weekend to anything else he's called on to do she's been great so you had a campaign float in the parade yes okay and will then wasn't breaking news here well that that is true but I will say the fact that you say the name beach I'd is breaking news here I'm so that's I don't think many people do that judge beach ideas are good all right so there's this new easy to use online portal service it which is really cool so explain to us all right so it's the online dispute resolution program a great deal of the cases that come before the courts are are relate to various debt money do cases whether its credit card debt Robert and so that's a significant burden of the courts a significant burden on parties and so the idea and I'm proud of the courts for doing this because people don't think about the court's going out into the world innovate and make itself more convenient right but that's exactly what it's done and so they've established as online process by which you normally would be credit card or some company files a complaint it could be a hospital suing you for unpaid bill so it could be I was going with the odds but that is exactly the the sort of thing that could come up and then the person rather than being summoned it answering and going through the full litigation process or blowing it off we'll so blowing it off I have rarely seen to be an effective tactic so I that is an option but not one I would ever advise right don't open your mail it's not there it doesn't exist the the ostrich head in the sand approach does not seem to work very well but it is also very burned some of the core recognizes that for consumers to go and have to contest of full blown locations so if someone files an answer and in their answer they provide their email address at that point they are eligible for this this do your program the online dispute resolution and there's a mediation that takes place. via the computer online any ideas it gives people a chance to settle the matter hopefully on some reasonable but you know advantageous grounds without the expense and inconvenience of all the litigation right in its again I'm proud of the cord for doing this the court doesn't always we're always on the forefront of all technological efforts but we are on this one so so we've heard our our guest judge Brian bead shied and he he's a local judge appointed by Michelin Grisham all right so people can use it as of today is that live is that active today it is live it is active today what is the website well that's a very very good question. what happens is when people file their answers. at that point they should and they need to provide an email address when they are you so are you should start looking at their in boxes and check spam and junk and all that because what they're going to get is a no reply from New Mexico courts DM D. R. that is going to be the an email they received to let them know that they are they have access to this program okay and so they need to check and make sure that it didn't go in the wrongful so just to back up judge because I for one. I don't think I've ever been sued so could be individual individual somebody suing me say a landlord is suing me or neighbor is suing me because I chop down a tree or something so no right now this is a pilot project a pilot program and it is related right now too dead money do cases like I said usually it's going to be a company okay suing a consumer I will say I've I've heard that is assuming this is a successful okay looks like it might be right it could expand think there come up traffic ticket some violations next it is it matters that they don't expect half to receive a great deal due process isn't this being now isn't as being opposed by a trial lawyers far and wide it's like you're in take business away from us you know no I don't believe that it is but I'll tell you what it is interesting what ever the chords due to make something convenient for one side you've always got the other side you need to be just as fair to and they have the same rights and usually travelers have more power than consumers well I guess that is true in this case it's really the credit card companies and other companies that have this app on much greater volume than consumers so they got lawyers to do a lot of these and they're entitled to rights too so for the time being this can be a company that could be suing Richard companies suing me I you know I went to the hospital I contested it a contest in my building the whole much hidden charges and I don't like the way they did it so I didn't pay the whole thing they're going to sue me so they send me that and then I have to respond to that so you get a complaint in a summons you're sort of via rail mail or email well I usually buy a service that is going to cover could come by mail okay and so when you get that don't do the ostrich head in the sand thing it respond to it and when you file your answer provide your email address to the court I'm now you're in this for now you get a no reply email from the courts say right now you are eligible to use this arbitration online service you don't have to hire an attorney. that's right you could do it I'm thinking at midnight. that is right the beauty of the in your pajamas don't in exactly you don't have to leave work I don't have to take time off from work to go to the court that's exactly right you don't have to be embarrassed in front of the judge there's no shame in here and wall I I will say there's very little to no shaving in my courtroom in general but yes it is a lot more convenient and it is something that again represents the court going out in the community instead of everyone having to come to us you have never called a defendant a loser I have not okay. are you alone in there I am not actually if anything the example set for me by the other judges are district a hard to live up to they don't do that stuff all right now people may be gone so what's the big deal here the it is a big deal of thirty one thousand of these lawsuits are filed every year in New Mexico alone right so if we could if you could do ten percent of those take him off your docket all is gonna is gonna lighten the burden and is going to free up a lot of resources you are correct I think that the figures for our judicial district alone are about a thousand of these cases were filed in the last year and so a judge's docket typically will all tell you our doc is twenty five thousand cases but I think actually there are about twelve hundred to fourteen hundred cases so that's a significant portion of one judges entire locket spread out all right so we come back and we'll take a break and we'll come back and will we'll have the judge kind of run this through you know a.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And thirty eight in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC. Teachers are picketing in Oakland ahead of the country's latest strike by educators over classroom conditions and pay about forty our walk in a circle outside of Oakland tech. High holding green signs that read on strike against unfair labor practices. Oakland unified school district spokesperson, John Sasaki, says schools are still open will there be alternative programming. Yeah. There probably will be business as usual, obviously. But we will have the occasional process continuing the union rejected a contract proposal from Oakland unified school district officials Wednesday for a seven percent raise a for four years. They're asking for twelve percent retroactive coverings two thousand seventeen to two thousand twenty to compensate for what they say are among the lowest salaries in the bay area. The walkout was expected to start when the school bell rings. It did start at eight o'clock top of the hour here, and it will affect thirty six thousand students at eighty six schools. Speaking of schools Pollock pines elementary school district is close today. Low Thompson icy conditions once again causing. Closures at pinewood elementary and Sierra ridge middle school. It is the second time this week. The district has cancelled classes also Eldorado high school in union. Mine are on a two hour delay this morning all schools in the pioneer union school district will also be on a two hour delayed. Start drug prices keep going up here in California. So attorney general heavier, but Sarah the state lawmaker Jim would have announced new legislation. They say could curb those increasing prices attorney general bizarre an assembly member would may have come up with a solution to address high prescription drug prices when they announced a new piece of legislation during a press conference on Wednesday. We are working together to pass legislation to put another tool in the department of Justice is toolbox to try to keep the price of prescription drugs down. This new Bill will help remove collusive business practices, which are harmful to the public will be able to go behind those closed doors gathered the evidence more directly and make a case where the burdens aren't all on the people to try to prove that these confidential agreements were meant to profit the companies at the expense of the family. We need those drugs, but Sarah, also noted that woods legislation would make prescription drugs. Affordable for California families need McGaw, his NewsRadio K F B K over four hundred homeless. People in Modesto are on the move. After the city cleared out their latest encampment the city recently moved them out of beard brook park and are encouraging them to move to a new location under the ninth street bridge as of Wednesday, the city erected one hundred and fifty waterproof, tents and other one hundred and fifty are expected to be installed soon. New location. Also includes bathrooms washing stations and cell phone charging stations Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg sat down recently with KFC ks Mike blunt as he prepares to lead the state on the issue of homelessness on a new commission on homelessness and supportive housing. And Mike is with us here in studio and on to talk about his conversation with the mayor good morning. Danny Christina Steinberg says he acknowledges that homelessness is a complex issue. And that's why he's advocating for whole person care to address the root causes of homelessness. We treat homelessness berry different than we. Treat people who are victims of natural disasters. We sort of it's not that we struggled. But we accept the fact that homelessness is a part of our society. I asked him about the role of law enforcement and how they respond to calls from businesses and residents about the homeless population. Cyborg says we shouldn't rely so heavily on police to address this issue. It's not what the police and fire personnel signed up to do, and it is costly. And in many respects is not humane. Even though they do a humane job. He says social workers and people trained in whole person care interacting with the homeless on the streets is much more effective. I know he was just appointed to this. But is there a timeline about when he hopes to start implementing any of us, his ideas? I did ask him about that. He didn't give a time line at all. So I'm not sure when he supposed to start talking with governor Newsom on this issue. But all I know is this is a new commission. Probably a lot of things are still in the planning stages, and he's been passionate about it for years. So. The right guy for the right job. All right. Thank you very much. Mike. Absolutely. A Marysville man is facing several charges including attempted murder. Officers were sent to the Saint John's episcopal church Monday following a stabbing attack. A fifty seven year old man was found suffering from an injury to his eye. And he told police that the attacker was later identified as Benny sup net had stabbed him in the eye with a screwdriver and then fled police tracks up net to his home and arrested him on Wednesday. He was combative with officers on his way to jail where he was booked for attempted murder. Resisting officers and mayhem Seventy-three old man is missing and Sacramento. Police are asking for your help rice truth Vang was last seen at his home off meadows place on Monday. And there's concern because he needs medication for his diabetes Vang's described as five three.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Head out the door expect temperatures around the freezing. Mark today is going to be a dry day with partly sunny skies ahead and highest peaking in the lower. Fifties. I'm meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio b que El Eldorado hills. You have thirty five degrees. So far this morning is thirty five in Roseville am thirty five in Sacramento at NewsRadio campy game. Oh, I wanna feel you in. If you have kids should be headed to school today. There are weather conditions in issues to talk about and that's why Eldorado high school in union mine. High school will be on a two hour delay due to icy roads in the high country all schools in the pioneer union school district will be closed today. Due to no power. The district hasn't held class in over a week C one thirty aircraft from Hawaii N San Diego will be chasing a so called atmospheric river to determine where and win. It will California this week national weather service meteorologist, Emily Heller says an atmospheric river is a column of moving air and condensed water vapor that regularly passes over California, but this particular rivers warm rains could lower the snowpack and raise flood level across the state. We are looking at the potential for flooding on due to this runoff from. No and also the general precipitation that's gonna fall on. Obviously, we'll have to keep monitoring the weather. The national weather service of Monterey says the storm is on course to head Santa Barbara on. Tuesday and continue into the weekend. At the storm shifts fifty miles south southern California takes the brunt. And we light rains. We'll have more updates from national weather service as the storm progresses, Nick office. Newsradio K PK governor.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We will see partly to mostly sunny skies for the day ahead and temperatures will top out in the low to mid fifty s winds will be very light out of the south about five to ten miles per hour. I'm meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio. KFB? Kate is chilly out there this morning. It's thirty four degrees right now in citrus heights winters has thirty two and it's thirty four in Sacramento at NewsRadio K F B K. Yes, we've got some school closures to tell you about this morning because of continuing weather issues Eldorado high school and union mine high school will be on a two hour delay due to icy roads in the high country all schools in the pioneer union school district will be closed today. Due to no power. The district hasn't held fast now in over a week C one thirty aircraft from Hawaii in San Diego will be chasing a so called atmospheric river to determine where and when it will hit California this week, national weather service meteorologist, Emily Heller says an atmospheric river is a column of moving air and condensed water vapor that regularly passes over California, but this particular rivers warm rains could lower the snowpack and raise flood levels across the state. We are looking at the potential for flooding on due to this runoff from. No and also the general precipitation that's gonna fall, obviously, we'll have to keep monitoring the weather. The national weather service out of Monterey says the storm is on course to head Santa Barbara on Tuesday and continue into the weekend at the store. Shifts fifty miles south southern California takes the brunt. And we get light rains gate became we'll have more updates from national weather service as the storm progresses, Nick DASA's, NewsRadio KP K. A.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The gentlemen, can the gentleman can sign up for public comment and speak during public comment. Thank you. Good. Said may work with the Sacramento police department to revise the proposal before he brings it back to the committee for reconsideration. And a fight is brewing in Washington over fuel economy and vehicle emission standards. California led an effort in two thousand twelve to establish the goals. But the Trump administration is set to roll back. Some of them a rule change proposed by the Trump administration would freeze officiency standards in two thousand twenty one halting the current rules. Five years early the clean inefficient cars act of two thousand nineteen with preserve fuel economy and vehicle emission standards, set in two thousand twelve congresswoman Doris Matsui introduced the Bill Tuesday believe that it's important to keep going. We can't go backwards. Infamous tape that really believes in that California has led the way on climate change issues congresswoman Matsui for taking the Trump administration. Head on on this issue, Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg wrote important parts of the state's clean air laws when he served in the state Senate, and we need to move to electrification we need to move to alternative forms of energy. This is a fight worth having. And I commend her for taking it on John Brennan Z, NewsRadio K K just want to remind you that all schools in pioneer union elementary school district are closed because of the weather school bus service in Eldorado high school and union mind school has been delayed by a couple of hours and again throughout the day. If we get any more details about closures or delays. We'll pass it along to you. All right time now is eight thirty six at newsradiokkob. Let's get a check of our traffic. Trouble spot with Brian Noble's right now. Earlier accidents have been cleared. Things are still heavy in the few spots in our freeways, especially cap city freeway westbound DASA, a lot of heavy traffic off and on from the split almost all the way to the American river, complete traffic. And weather together coming up in three minutes. Plus just how young are kids getting hooked on opioids look into that. Plus have your top national stories at eight forty and President Trump addressed the nation last night at the state of the union address. We've had reaction all morning catch. More more reaction during the K PK afternoon. News with kitty O'Neil Sacramento.

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"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"eldorado high school" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Showers to fill in for the afternoon around the valley, we could even see some ice later thunderstorms this afternoon that could produce small hail and brief heavy downpours will be traveling to the Sierra this kind of discouraged as snow level will plunge down close to three thousand feet this afternoon. I'm case CRA three meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio. Thank you, Tom right now, we are in the thirties in the valley, and it is cold in west Sacramento. Thirty three degrees, Oakland, if you're heading to the bay area is up at forty six, but it's only thirty four here in Sacramento at NewsRadio KFC K. Well, another day off for some students all schools in pioneer union elementary school district. I have been closed because of the weather that means Eldorado high school in union mine high school also will be a two hour delayed. Start this morning, just because of the icy roads. And that means your school bus service will be delayed if we get anymore school closures or delays will pass the belong to you this morning here on KFI K, and the power is still out to thousands of homes in the foothills, but PG crews are working to get the heat back on winter winds and piling stones are bringing down trees and power poles across California cutting power to thousands of homes yesterday morning. And it hasn't come back yet tamra Harrison says it's too cold to do without the heat. It's called and we're ready. We're ready for it to be over in Camino. Jack Moore explains that thankfully, he had a generator and he learned to get one when he was left in the dark before we install the during the summer when PJ decided to cut the power off. Win factors in the areas. He says he's not only in the dark, but he also has yet to receive word from the utility as to when he can expect power to be turned back on Nick DASA's, NewsRadio cave. PK people. Just can't get over the fact that it snowed in the bay area. This is our quick version of. Yes, she's supposed to be in school. But we stayed back. Just because the roads they were closing it down. And you got to pull over it's one of those moments. You gotta see this chart. Family did seize that they ended up having a small snowball fight yesterday. After accumulation was reported in Los Gatos, snow also fell near San Diego with students at the Julian high school district getting out early due to ice mount Laguna also saw a dusting of snow. Well, speaking of the weather below freezing temps are in the forecast again tonight, and with many plants and bulbs already blooming early this year. Some gardeners are concerned that those plants might get damaged by the cold weather as master gardener. Fred Hoffman who host the K K garden show tells us if you have citrus trees, make sure you cover them up. It's always a good idea to cover your citrus, depending upon where you live. If the local forecast calls for temperatures getting below thirty two degrees for four hours or more. Put a row cover over those trees, especially if they still have the fruit or in the case of citrus if they're already lemons oranges on your tree, and they're ripe. Go ahead and pick them not. If you have avocado trees, Fred tells us the frost could hurt new growth, so you should probably cover those two with frost cloth. You can buy at your local nursery been out there and got them all covered controversial ban on members of the public hearing certain items while protesting including pepper spray has been temporarily shell by the Sacramento city council after public backlash the gentleman can the gentleman can sign up for public comment and speak during public comment. Thank you. Good. Okay. Jay Chenier said he will reintroduce the proposal at a later date. Several speaker said the ban is related to district attorney Ameri. Schubert's pending announcement of whether she will bring charges against officers in the shooting of Stefan Clark last year. Eight oh, six at KFC k the United States Department of housing and urban development is.

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