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04:01 min | 3 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. I want to ask you If Fred Rogers were here today, and you could sit down with him, and he sat across from you and said, I actually it's nice to meet you. I'm Fred. I want to know what you would ask him. It wouldn't be one question E want you to tell me about every person you've ever loved. I think there's so much to learn from listening to people talk about the people who make them feel a certain way. So there I am on the couch with Mister Rogers. Wow, Look at my face. The way that he looked at me. I felt like you saw me. When we people can understand our feelings and talk about them. We're free to be who we like being For 30 years, Mr Rogers look through our television screens and said to millions of kids, I see you. I like you just the way you are. But what did we miss about Fred's message when we only focus on the sweater Kitty O'Neil the KFBK Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk now trending South Carolina lawyer is gearing up to defend President Trump at his second impeachment trial, Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters that Butch Bowers will likely be the anchor of Trump's legal team. Trump was impeached earlier this month after the deadly protests on Capitol Hill. Out to our cave became news Desk and Brody Fernandez Kitty Ford Motors is gearing up to recall roughly three million vehicles due to potential airbag issues. The recall comes in response to a defect in the Takata airbag inflators, which can rupture and send potentially deadly metal fragments flying in the vehicle. The recall effects models that were released between 6 4012. Include the Ford Ranger Fusion Edge MX. Mercury Milan and the Lincoln M. K Z. And second, no county public health officials working to vaccinate as many people as possible, according to the tiered schedule of distribution for the cover 19 vaccine, But lack of doses is keeping the program from picking up speed. Keep the case. Mike Blunt reports. Just a few weeks into the new year, The state of California has administered just 1.6 million doses of Cove in 19 vaccines. Out of a supply of more than four million here in Sacramento County of the lack of available doses has also led to a sluggish rollout of the vaccination program. Sacramento County Health Department immunization manager Rachel Allen says the biggest obstacle has been manufacturing enough doses We planned one week ahead. Now we do have second dose is that we don't want people to be worried that they can't come through for their second dose We have second is is only reserved become a few weeks later last Thursday, Sacramento County reported that only 975 doses of the modern a vaccine were allocated to be given out this week. But Alan says county officials were able to secure just over 6000 doses after working with state health officials. Still, the slow pace has some concern that the current vaccination schedule could be thrown off. We would have liked to have had more vaccine. Given our population and it would have made more sense for us to continue doing what we're doing on. I think that they took that message and under normal, receptive to that, Alan adds another vaccine manufacturers will also be sending out their doses soon, which could help counties ramp up their programs. But despite the supply issues, Sacramento County public health Officer Dr Olivia could Syria says county health officials are staying optimistic. She says. The Cal Expo site currently has four lanes for drive thru service, but he can easily be expanded into more once more doses become available. All we need right now is the vaccine. We're hoping that they'll be more vaccine so that we can work more quickly through the Priority groups that we have.

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"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And ironically, it was called to a whole band Assistant Police Chief had nothing to do with the investigation. Kitty O'Neil kfbk afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk now trending. A top Republican calling on President elect Joe Biden, the hall president Trump's impeachment, South Carolina's Lindsey Graham said with impeachment against the president, that'll only deepened divisions in the country. Kind of our poll question today. This comes after the House voted today to impeach Trump on an article accusing him of inciting last week's violent protests of U. S. Capitol. Out of the camp became news desk and Brody Fernandez Kitty, speaking of GOP members, 10 Republicans in the House supporting that historic impeachment vote today. Other Republicans are now calling on Wyoming's Liz Cheney to resign his conference chair because of her vote. She is the third highest ranking member in the caucus. The final vote was 2322197. U C. Davis law professors held a virtual discussion this afternoon regarding the recent insurrection on Capitol Hill and how the legal process may play out gave the case Joe Michaels is live in studio with their thoughts, getting the professor's offering their insights today in hopes of providing context to the recent events that shocked the nation law Professor Carlton Larson says widely seen video clearly shows criminal activity certainly will be assault charges as a result of this may well be murder charges as a result of the death of a police officer. This will be the felony murder doctrine, which allows people who didn't actually do the killing but who were part of it to be charged with murder is well and then potentially the very, very serious charges of Seditious conspiracy and conceivably even treason. Professor Larson says there's no broad crime of sedition. But as he referenced there isn't a fence on the book called Seditious Conspiracy. If two or more persons conspire to overthrow put down or to destroy by force, the government of the United States or by force to prevent, hinder or delay the execution of any law of the United States or by force to seize taker possess any property of the United States shall be fined under this title or Not more than 20 years or both, And that does seem to be a pretty clear fit for with what many of these insurrectionists did. The United States attorney's office is said to be considering such a charge for at least some of those involved in the January 6th assault on the Capitol. False police is no defense to a criminal prosecution. You're still responsible for your criminal activity, even if you thought you had a justified reason for doing it. Meanwhile, now that the House is formally impeached President Donald Trump the articles will go to the Senate for trial. Professor Ash Bagua doesn't believe they'll be in a hurry to proceed as if now it looks like the trial is not going to commence until the earliest the 19th of January Since since President Trump will leave office at noon on the 20th. Nothing could possibly be concluded before he's out of office, which doesn't mean impeachment should not proceed because in addition to removal from office, another possible consequence of impeachment is preventing the person convicted of holding any office of honor, trust or profit under the United States and the feature keep in mind While it takes a two thirds majority to convict the penalty phase only requires a simple majority vote. Professional. Bhagwat says he isn't surprised. Vice President Mike Pence doesn't want to invoke the 25th amendment. He's saying that the 25th amendment was designed for medical disability for someone who was physically unable to perform the duties of the president. And, of course, President Trump does not have a medical disability. He's not undergoing surgery. He hasn't had a stroke kinds of things that in the past have been relevant factors, Professor Bhagwat says. Concerns that moron rest is ahead are valid. Certainly their groups in this country who are planned Violence how serious they are. It's very hard to say whether or not in the face of an Army National guard present they would actually dare to do anything that's very hard to say. But the concerns are very, very real. You don't call out the National Guard for no good reason. It's not a good visual to have a lot of armed soldiers president the president's inauguration. So clearly, people foreign control feel that there's a need for 100 zoomed into it was clearly a popular discussion this afternoon, Kitty All right, Joe Michaels. Thank you and add 6 20 traffic and weather together. That's where we go. We start with Kappa Keys Day. NASA brought you by choose change. Calif dot com. Our runways turned like a whole lot better right now he's found Cap City. It's going to be seven minutes as you go from 50 to 80 means no slowing whatsoever. Spread to Roseville is eight minutes. That's good. He's found 80 11 minute drive downtown L Grove and I 5 99 also gonna be about 10 minutes that earlier problems down there they seem to have cleared up. We did have the flat tires, but that was not really impeding traffic. That's north and I five Floren road. He stopped grampa. Several cases of flat tires. They're downtown to Folsom eastbound 50. 18 minute, right for you. They're 16 minutes..

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"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK Now Trending E California judge has extended an order allowing San Diego strip clubs to remain open despite state coronavirus restrictions. The judge's ruling exempts strip clubs from shutdowns and any related order that band live adult entertainment. Last night, San Diego County released a statement saying the ruling also exempts restaurants from covet 19 enforcement. And let's get more from our KPK news desk and Brody Fernandez Kitty had former President Jimmy Carter to the list of people backing down from the covert 19 vaccine. The Carter Center took to Twitter today to say the 39th president is anticipating getting the vaccine when it is available to him. Where presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama have said they will get the vaccine on camera to show the American people it's safe and could be trusted. All right, and the United Way's capital region is among hundreds of organizations getting a generous donation from philanthropist McKenzie. Scott keep the case. John Michaels is here to tell us how the donation will help the nonprofit expand its efforts to in poverty in the area. Kitty McKenzie Scott Separation from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos ended with one of the most expensive divorce settlements of all time. Scott getting 25% of the company's stock, which came out to about $38 billion, her net worth now listed it nearly 60 billion. Scott signed the giving pledge willingly committing to give away most of her wealth through charity. Her latest round of giving includes a $10 million gift of the California Capitol region of the United Way. CEO Stephanie Bray is calling the donation a game changer. We have such a huge aspirations for our community in terms of helping Children achieve success in school, helping the families out of poverty. This almost certainly give us an opportunity. To do the very best we can for the folks in our community who were need, Ray says The $10 million donation is particularly helpful because most of the money raised by the United Way's capital region is typically raised on behalf of other nonprofits. We have had to really be thoughtful about how we use those funds this gift. Gives us a lot more flexibility so that we can continue to do what we do in terms of helping to support other nonprofits. But then we can also use these additional resource is to accelerate our work as superintendent of the rubble, a school district gets a firsthand look at the difference. Such help makes in the lives of families see what happened when we are able to feed a child and to provide the kinds of access to services that May not have been in their community without support, such as this support, he says, helps Children focus on school work and not have to worry about things that they may hear their parents talking about. You know, we're not sure how we're gonna pay the rent, or we're not sure how we're gonna have enough money for food, you know, and that causes a lot of anxiety and Children and that creates obstacles to their learning of the Sierra Health Foundation knows the power of partnering with the United Way, he says. Poverty issues also have an effect on long term health. To a poor well. Folks, who are less likely to isolate often had jobs that required them to be at work and not the ice late at home or have the ability even working home that they chose to. We also know that if you look at how community transmission has spread that they were much more likely to actually catch Corbett 19 and have a poor outcome, including death. If they did United Way CEO Stephanie Braces nonprofit officials will take an appropriate amount of time to set a plan for utilizing the generous donation. We do make one commitment and that is to transparency and making sure that the community knows how we're putting this money to use to help improve people's lives, Ray says. There are truly no words to express the United Way's gratitude. McKenzie Scott Kitty. That's what I want to be when I grow up, huh? Philanthropist, sir, gave the K's Joe Michael's there. Thank you. We've got traffic and weather together. Right now. Let's head to our traffic center for Dana has brought to my cash in the can dot com and right now downtown and split is still 10 minutes. Eastbound Cap City has some heavy traffic getting out of midtown split the Roseville another 8 to 9 minutes on, He's found 80. And we have an accident, working or did have South bound and 65 there at Galleria and They've got it cleared. But boy traffic is backed up all the way to Whitney Ranch. It looks like so well No, Not there. Downtown. L gross. How about a 5 12 minutes. 15 to 19 minutes. Depends on the sensors here. Downtown L Grove on 99. We had that accident North bound there at Cal buying that's causing a backup in both directions For some reason, 18 minutes downtown to Folsom Eastbound 50 downtown, the woodland 16 on north on I five in a nine minute drive to Davis on westbound 80 and actually eastbound looking at better as we speak and went away. No $100 Visa gift card..

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"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Testings by appointment only and conducted in the parking lot between a M P. M in the east economy. Life participants have to make an appointment, 48 hours in advance, and anybody with a valid travel itinerary oversee priority booking. Proof of identity required a Zwelithini appointment confirmation. And now in archaic became exhumed body Fernandez, Kitty about 60 million people are in for an early white Christmas. The biggest snowstorm in years is just hours away from slamming into the Northeast. Forecasters predict it'll dump more snow than what fell last winter in all, of Philadelphia, New York City and Washington, D. C combined And we're getting a bit of a mixed covered 19 messages from Governor Gavin Newsom today Cape a case Tim Lance is with me to go deeper into the governor's governor's remarks during today's briefing on the pandemic. Right kid again. In fact, the governor believes we're getting close to getting past the pandemic is light at the end of the top. Yep. Then he also says that we're still in the tunnel. The light, of course, that he's referring to is coming from the arrival of the Fizer vaccine that's already been given as we notice in Frontline health care workers 33,150 doses to be exact four locations of ST Joseph's In Eureka Area, seven's Good General Hospital in San Francisco. San Diego on course yesterday where I had the privilege of being in Los Angeles County at the large facility there, one of the larger hospitals in the region Working there with Greg Adams and Kaiser Permanente. And there is more to come. We've already gotten word of Madeira Fresno sandwich keen Shasta that those vaccines have indeed arrived. So four locations yesterday 24 more locations Today. We anticipate five tomorrow. If all 24 are delivered today, five additional sites receive vaccines tomorrow. It will represent roughly 60% of the original allotted commitment from Fizer. And we're also expecting the Madonna vaccine to get approval tune in and that should be coming in one of the next items to on the governor's vaccine agenda. Kitty is all the all 58 campaign that we've been hearing about that's meant to get the vaccine out to everybody in the states. We can't leave folks by We talk in terms of equity. We talk in terms of the conclusion. We often advance our values, but we have to make them real, and we have to also make them visible to people throughout our diverse communities. And that's why in each and every county We are providing resource is and campaign assets that distinguished the unique characteristics and needs within each and every county And Newsome also says they want messengers who look like the community that they're talking to about getting vaccinated. The governor believes that that's gonna help build trust among people who have a history of not trusting the government and not trusting the health care industry. But the message is not all upbeat. Newsome also resorted to well, you could call him scare tactics to encourage people to get the vaccine. Hospital cases he says are up nearly 70% and deaths are also on the rise. We just had to order 5000 additional body bags they just purchased for the state, and we just distributed On the San Diego Los Angeles, Inyo County's That should be sobering kid. He also played that P ece that they've got out there about the young lady who lost her father, and he was unable to make a phone call to the family. His last phone call because he had covert need. He passed away from it. They've talked about refrigerator trucks at the various counties to try and help the more eggs out that kind of a thing. So, he said, if we want to avoid more of this more of the same We're going to need to end to avoid rationing of care in some of the hospitals were going to need to continue wearing masks and being socially distant. All right, Cape Case, Tim Lance there and it brings our time to 6 20 traffic and weather together. Now let's hear from cape a case Dana has this report is brought to you by Caltrans Remind you flashing amber lights being move over downtown to display it looking good. Seven minutes now split to Roosevelt. Also good eight minutes as you make your way to Douglass Boulevard downtown L grove south on I five Gonna cost 11 minutes. 10 minutes on 99 elbow north down. We're getting word of a vehicle. That's pulled over with heavy smoke coming out of it. And that's gonna be over on the shoulder the right Children, So just be aware of that Otherwise 99 10 minute drive downtown and Davis, It's gonna be what? Six No nine minutes. There we go on westbound 80 16 minutes downtown woodland north and by five and had to Folsom eastbound 50 Just 18 minutes. Those home looking pretty good right now. The end of the day. Highway workers just want to get home safe to their family. So please remember when you see flashing amber lights ahead. Move over a late if it's safe to do so or slow down is the law could save a life traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 K P. K. Thank you, Dana. And now we'll get a look at our kfbk forecast. It'll be chilly tonight under partly cloudy skies will see alot tonight 34 to 38 Some sunshine tomorrow will give way to clouds will see.

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"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:18 min | 5 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kitty O'Neil, the KFBK. Afternoon news on news 93.1 KFBK now trending President Trump, reportedly considering starting his own digital media company and plants take on Fox News access reports of the president. Has told friends that he wants to clobber the conservative cable news network. Trump in his allies were upset that Fox News was the first to call Arizona for Democrat Joe Biden on Election night. NBC News is still not called The Arizona race. Actually says that Trump plans to do a streaming service because it would be cheaper and late take less time than doing a whole cable network would planned to charge a monthly fee. And now we go to our KPK newsroom with Brody Fernandez Kitty, the Thanksgiving Pie season. It's underway, so let the debate begin. Not about which pie is the best, but how to pronounce a specific one. Think about it. Yep. The good old pecan or put Connor's pecan no matter no matter how you slice it, Kitty, I can't take credit for that. Right now. They both seem to be right. The American Pecan or Pecan Council surveyed more than 347,000 Americans. The result was nearly split with Papa con, barely taking the lead. At 51% of the votes versus Pecan. So whenever you I'm gonna slice it. Okay, I enjoy a pecan pie myself. Ah Gun rights group is suing the second. Oh County share for withholding records about gun confiscations. Keep case. Joe Michaels is live in studio with what With details on that story. Kidding. The Firearms Policy coalition is alleging violations of California's Public Records Act and the state Constitution by denying requests for access to records about firearm confiscations and their policies. One of the request is in regard to a gun violence restraining order for an orange mailman. Andrew Casarez, who's accused of being the leader of an online hate group, devoted a Charleston church shooter, Dylann roof. Officials with the Firearms policy Coalition didn't return multiple requests for comment. But the coalition's director of legal strategy Adam Kraut rights, people have a right to know how the government is enforcing its laws and policies, especially in cases that involve the seizure of firearms and the suspension of fundamental constitutional Ian Numerator rights. Crowd believes the sheriff's department's denial is particular about. It is particularly concerning because it relates to what he calls a significant matter of public interest. Sacramento Sheriff's Department is unable to comment on pending litigation. Sergeant Rodney Grass man telling us That's the department policy, so we turn to KFBK legal analyst Bill Portanova for his thoughts. Public Records Act of California is designed To throw light on what's really happening in government offices. It has very strict rules. If someone makes a public records act request, the government agency has to respond within 10 days, and they've got to be very specific in their responses. Either they give it or they don't give it, but they have to explain why I hear this lawsuit says the sheriff did not give it and didn't explain why. So That's why they father's lawsuit to get a judge to order the sheriff. Turn over these records. Firearm policy coalition attorney Paul Boy in writes that he hopes that by demanding transparency of the Sheriff's department, in this case, it will reduce what he calls future infringements on the public's right to access information held by public agencies Getting all right, Joe Michaels. Thank you, 6 20 traffic and weather together for you right now, heading over to our KPK Traffic center. If you're staying Hess brought by l Grow Ford and downtown to the split eastbound cap city is see some heavy traffic. They're going across the river. That's about Arden, But after that, it kind of disappears. So about 10 minute ride in all westbound is where it's really jammed up. This is because of an accident earlier, and it's right by the river, and traffic is slowing starting at Fulton, so it's gonna be a long ride through there. We've had a really bad luck on westbound Cap City today. Split to Roseville, nine minutes downtown. L Grove cleared up. It's 11 minutes and about 13 minutes on 99. That's also starting to clear going at Folsom again. No issues, 18 minutes and no delays Also Downtown, the woodland North. Val. I've five although we do wanna mention eastbound 80 cross top. It was an accident. A truck, So let s traffic backed up before you get too high. Five. There were going to Davis..

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"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Wall Street Titans are in attendance. Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night. Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward hiss so that his smirking lips Grazer Temple Epstein is tan and relaxed and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world on that same day, 1200 Miles south. A 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right. Not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women have to say Their insights were ignored as the feds and then the state made this case go away. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence. 360 years at a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic here wasn't their recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnished the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning. As a cartel. A very simple question. Who is Jeffrey Epstein O'Neill kfbk Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk now trending. Let's go to our cave became news Desk with Brandi Fernandez Kitty, a couple of top executives for the Denver Broncos. Air testing positive for the Corona virus. Multiple reports say general manager John Elway and team president and CEO Joe Ellis have been infected. Elway began not feeling well on Sunday. It forced him to miss Sunday's game. Alright in Walmart, powering down robot associates in favor of really people, the retail giant putting an end to its five year relationship with technology company Boston over robotics. Company created 500 robots and were used in over 4700 Wal Mart locations. And now our election 2020 and deaths. Team coverage continues now to RK. Pick a decision desk while you still have time to cast a ballot here in California polls have closed in some parts of the country. Joe Michaels joins us live from that KPK decision desk with the latest. Well, kitty, you're right. The polls have now closed in 14 States. CBS News, adding New York to the states that they project Joe Biden. Will win, and White House correspondent Ben Tracey saying Whatever the mood in the Trump campaign, he says, very good things were looking even better than expected. They are very relieved about early results in Florida and as we do, take a look at that right now 93% of the vote in the critical state of Florida and it's 29 electoral votes. Donald Trump with a 51 to 48% point lead over Joe Biden 5.5 million for the incumbent 5.2 for his Democratic challenger. Now, some of the toss up states that have just closed as of the six o'clock hour here in the Pacific time zone in their local time zones. Arizona, Michigan, Texas and Wisconsin of all closed and they are tossups. And look at this in the state of Texas. Traditionally very Republican kitty right now, Holy Cat's in the cradle. It is 49.3% on both sides. 3,818,000 for Donald Trump 3,817,000 for Joe Biden and still 33 to 34% of the votes yet to be counted. That is really, really something right there. States that CBS saying will likely go to Trump Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. Looks like New Mexico will likely go to Joe Biden, Colorado and Minnesota are leading Leaning toward Biden in the all important state of Pennsylvania. 16% of the vote in right now Joe Biden continuing to hold a big lead their 64 to 35% again, just 16% of the vote in there in the state of Michigan. Here's a surprise Donald Trump leading Joe Biden 59 to 38%. That's one of those blue Wall states that we talked about for Joe Biden's potential upset bid in terms of the Not upset bid but bid to oust Donald Trump. But right now Donald Trump holding a big lead in the state of Michigan, in terms of the Senate race, it looks like Mitch McConnell will hold on to his Senate seat in the state of Kentucky and in the state of Colorado. Looks like Democrats are going to get a pick up their John Hickenlooper with a big lead in this one at this moment. 73 to 25% just 11% of the votes in. But trends have showed Hickenlooper with a 78% point advantage throughout this campaign. All right, Joe. Michael's Thanks for the run down. We'll check back with you shortly. Right now. Traffic.

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Cathedral hosts memorial service after 'enormously popular' resident stray cat dies

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00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Cathedral hosts memorial service after 'enormously popular' resident stray cat dies

"Fernandez Kitty, a notable London house of worship is honoring a cat. The Southwark Cathedral held a memorial service for a stray cat named darkens Magnificat. The cat had been living in the cathedral for 12 years and passed away. Recently. The cathedral's dean Andrew Nun, says Dorgan's rose to fame within the community and even got to meet Queen Elizabeth herself. One says the cat casually looked at the queen and

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04:08 min | 6 months ago

"fernandez kitty" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk. Now trending. Let's head to the cave became newsroom for variety. Fernandez Kitty Justice Amy Cockney Baird is moving into the Supreme Court chambers used by the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett was nominated to fill her seat and confirmed last night. The court also revealed Ginsberg's five law clerks are now working for other justices. California now on New York's Corona Virus quarantine list that makes 45 states and territories for others do meet the threshold but won't be restricted. The governor there's his border control just isn't practical with Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Meantime, Sacramento seems to be somewhat stable when it comes to cope in 19 rates, but There are spikes in battleground states to making news. ABC is Alex Stone takes a look. Well, Kitty, Yes, Yeah, we heard from the president earlier today, saying the fake news media's is focused on covert. But the country, he says, in reality is rounding the turn on Cole that he says 99.9%, but the numbers that we get really hourly aren't backing that up right now. And today we're looking at the positivity rate climbing in 38 States cases, air rising in 44. 29 States are seeing that their death count's rising so there are still a lot of issues out there. And we're hearing from the Republican governor of Idaho, saying that the state has to go back in the culvert restrictions because their numbers are getting too rates that are scary. Here's what he's saying. We're in a crisis with their health care system, and I told you to pandemic. Hospital throughout the state are quickly filling up. We're already full of Copan patients, and in Utah, they're running out of I C U rooms. Republican Governor Gary Herbert has been briefed on and likely going to be asked, implement emergency hospital rules to give priority to younger patients in the I C U and the move out patients who have not responded to treatment. And he says in Utah, they're seeing it spread among family member is going to get together for flying, in fact, doesn't matter if you love each other and your family or friends that doesn't make you immune from getting the covert 19 virus in New Jersey, and new work on the Democratsside that the mayor, they're shutting down, non essential business during evening hours and in El Paso, Texas. Curfew is in place for two weeks during the overnight hours to restrict movement overnight with rising Cove. It numbers patients. They're being airlifted out of hospitals being moved. Other states and other areas tense air going up outside of hospitals to take patients. They're setting up one of those mobile hospitals in the convention center there in a large hole there. So there's ah lot of movement going on, and unfortunately in the medical community, they believe that many in the medical community that this is that seasonal surge that we might see is people are coming indoors. It's getting colder in the Midwest and in the north and that that brings people Maurin side and that now we're beginning to see more of that spread. Okay? I was wondering what they were attributing this too. And it sounds like just basically the change in the weather. Yeah, the change in the weather. Also just the natural ups and downs that people get tired of it now. Beginning in California to see the positivity rate inch up a little bit today to 3.2% in the seven day average. It is beginning to go back up in California as well. You get people get fatigued of it, and then you get a little bit closer. You start seeing people you know you goto get together is that sort of thing? And just naturally, If the virus is out there, you get more transmission of that point. Then the numbers begin to go back up, so you get a little bit of the weather aspect. You get the aspect of fatigue. Maybe people not being as cautious and the numbers go up and down to the numbers, especially outside of California, for many governors is and that they're worrisome right now, and who knows where it's going to go? Yes. Okay. Maybe see Zelig Stone. Thank you. You got a Thanksgiving? Okay for 20. And let's get some traffic and weather together. We start with traffic. And that means we start with the head indeed dot com again brings you this Look downtown. The split is no pen minutes. Eastbound Cap City Heavy in midtown. After that, you're pretty much home free going at the Roseville.

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04:25 min | 6 months ago

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"It was an ordinary flight from Portland to Seattle turned extraordinary when a man in black registered a Stevie Cooper Made a bomb threat. The infamous D B. Cooper hijacking occurred in the fall of 1971 at the height of an epidemic during the six year span between 1967 and 1972. More than 300 commercial airplanes or hijacked worldwide. With over 130 of those occurring in the United States alone. This was the golden Age of skyjacking. But it's Cooper's hijacking that we remember because he provided the blueprint for how to pull it off and get away. When I decided that I would skyjacker plane I started to make preparations for which airport I would grab a plane from Six months after Cooper's legendary heist. Ah, small time crook from Detroit would attempt his own bigger and bolder skyjacking score. Just grab a weapon grabbing no going plain and order all the stuff you need. Parachutes, money and bail out. This decision would set in motion one of the most epic American studio Neal, the KFBK. Afternoon news on news 93.1 KFBK now trending starting at our desk there and RK pick a new center with Brody Fernandez, Kitty. We're now learning that both campaigns have agreed to lift the Plexi glass between them at tonight's presidential debate after President Trump and Joe Biden have tested negative for covert 19 okay, and the nation's top covert 19 export is scheduled to visit the Bay Area next week. Dr Anthony Fauci is set to speak with local leaders in Santa Clara County at an event next Friday. Another conversation with Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's, Burford and brothers and Kelly, another segment of the opioid crisis. But this involves something completely different and a lot of money. Tell us what's going on today. It is, and it's somewhat complicated. So you're not going to hear it in your 22nd sound bite, but basically The makers of OxyContin Purdue Pharmaceuticals they have this week They pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges and they could pay up to $8 billion in the aftermath. Of the opioid epidemic. They found that for 10 years, the the company continued to provide opioids to well over 100 healthcare providers when it had good reason to believe they were over overprescribing opioids and, of course, Opioids have been an epidemic in this country. Somewhere north of 200,000. People have supposedly died of overdoses over the last few years. The Sackler family is the family. Behind Purdue, and they are now out, and actually, some hospitals in New York are removing their name. From what they put up a bunch of money to, you know, build certain wings of a hospital there name is now being taken down and and the Justice Department is even kind of turning Purdue into what's called a public benefit company where they operate. For the benefit of taxpayers. So it's a complete come down for Purdue Pharmaceuticals in the aftermath of all this and the Sackler family, and interestingly it's It's one of the things president Trump talked about when he was going into his first election four years ago, cracking down on Some of this, and here we are just literally days before the next election. And this is a fairly big settlement in that effort. No doubt about it. Yeah. How much did you say? Eight up to $8 billion on DH that depends on future cooperation and How quickly the Sackler is able to remove themselves from Purdue and how they operate the company for public benefit, So, but it could be up to $8 billion, which is A lot of money. I don't care who you are. Yeah, I was going to ask you how you how you would characterize that amount for something like this. I mean, no, it's it's a huge amount. They say it's when you add up some of the other charges that they've had And some of the other lawsuits they paid on. I think the total comes to North.

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03:26 min | 6 months ago

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"Comes amid record breaking voter turnout in the state. By the way, today's the last day to register to vote more now from R. K P. K new Center with Brody Fernandez Kitty one couple in New York, inviting 10,000 people to their wedding. New York health officials did put a stop to it over the weekend with Kroehner virus restrictions on gatherings Governor New York Governor Andrew Cuomo suggesting the couple have a small wedding this year in a big one. Next year. Did you say 20,000? You know my wedding's coming up this year, and I could tell you that 10,000 people are not invited. Wow. Even non covert times. Somebody's that's just a lot of money. A lot of people, all right. Experience well, Governor Gavin Newsom, saying most of us in California shouldn't expect to have access to a covert 19 vaccine this year. Give case. Tim Lance has more details on the governor's latest briefing on the pandemic. To quote Governor Newsome. It's a sober reality that a vaccine is going to be slow in coming. The expectation should not cannot be this calendar year. For the overwhelming majority of us to get to where we need to go as a nation as a state that will not happen until 2021. The real question is when in 2021. Are we going to see broad availability and distribution of tens of millions? There? I say hundreds of millions of doses for the governor. The key is ensuring that you have confidence in a vaccine. And that's why he says he's launching a new team work group of 11 individuals. Experts in Their field. These air top health experts that will independently review any FDA approved vaccines. Question I often get is, Are you going to take someone's word for it? As our lakes vaccines. Of course, we don't take anyone's word for it. We will do our own independently reviewed process, and he says that process Kitty is going to move and what he calls the speed of trust. The bottom line is no vaccine is going to be available in California until the governor's team puts their stamp of approval on it, Even if the FDA says it's safe, So Tim, who will have the priority access to a vaccine, the governor says That list is going to start with our essential workers, which includes, of course, our healthcare. Workers on the front lines of the pandemic, and then after those folks, it's going to be others at highest risk goes 65 over those in skilled nursing facilities, long term care. Facilities throughout the state, not only skilled nursing facilities, but residential care facilities, those with disabilities those that are detained or otherwise incarcerated, and obviously, those that are often under served that have become higher risk. German equity lands issues related to racial minorities in state of California, particularly Latino community, African American community. Okay, so tomb anything else regarding vaccines that maybe cut your ear in this briefing? Yeah, definitely something that we're hearing actually, for the first time. The governor is talking about how doctors will actually distribute the vaccine. Each distribution of vaccination has to occur on a 21 Day period. You have to actually have to Shot's not one. So that's the first we're hearing about that two. Not one. By the way, the governor also says they want to keep an eye on the aftermath of the distribution. Alright, keep the case Tim. Lance there. Thanks for the report. Thank you, Kitty. And time for traffic.

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01:56 min | 6 months ago

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"How doers Get more Done. California Kitty O'Neil KFBK afternoon News on news 93.1 KFBK now trending Twitter's massive outage today being blamed on a problem with its internal systems. The social media site was down for more than an hour worldwide, Twitter says there's no evidence to suggest it was Due to a security breach or a hack. Let's get more now from market news. Human body Fernandez Kitty, You know Tom Cruise is right. I think I'm familiar. Well, did you know his top gun producer and him have been awarded their wings of gold by the United States? Navy? They're both honoree Naval aviators now. And a Navy spokesman this afternoon called their 1986 top gun movie, the most iconic aviation movie ever. The sequel is due out in July. So you and I have some work to do. It's what I would say So, yes, we've got it. We've got a few things will have to take care of two. Absolutely. Get anywhere near that. I would say. Okay, Well, um, I do believe we're going to have an update. Yes, on our xueling town halls tonight, right? Yes. Okay. Shortly shortly. Joe Michaels has got some updates. Good. I know he's been tracking inside. This was supposed to be a debate, as you probably remember. But it was then turned into a virtual debate, and President Trump was not interested in participating with that. So it turned out to be these town halls and the president was on NBC. Joe Biden was on ABC, and they were against each other at the very same time. So we're going to get more in this ABC News Special Report Your voice your boat doing town Hall events in Miami President Trump first question by NBC's Savannah Guthrie about when he first tested positive for covert. Did you tell her? I don't.

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01:36 min | 6 months ago

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"Heart Radio podcast preview dermatologist to the Stars found dead in an apparent suicide on summer wondering this morning if a parody On a popular Netflix show went too far to women who hoped to evade the taking clock of time. Dr. Brandt was the most potent drug dealer in the world, and the dealer got high on his own supply. Somebody tell me they ran into him, And I said, Okay, right when he said you would recognize a completely different hair was blonde. I don't know whether he had a cosmetic surgery over the years. He was very bright. I'd be shocked if you had a name minus therapy. Plus in anything. This is the true story of how a self described Jewish kid from Newark willed himself to the top of the $4.7 billion beauty industry and the story of a sensitive outsider, Big intelligence. And even bigger ambition. He was always picked on as a child, skinny little but with a brain that was you've got to remember. He redesigned herself. He took himself and made Fred from Imperative Entertainment and the team behind Broken Hearts comes a new Siri's kitty O'Neil. The kfbk Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk now trending Let's head to our kfbk newsroom. Here's Brandi Fernandez Kitty, the New York woman also known as Central Park. Karen is being accused of making a 2nd 911 call alleging another black man threatened her. Amy Cooper was virtually arraigned. I don't really know.

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01:36 min | 6 months ago

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"A true story about money. You're not supposed to have a profile like that, Especially in a crime. You want to be very quiet so you could steal the money. You always said. If you pull a gun on somebody, you finish it because if you don't it's gonna come back to haunt. You See what's going on here and he said they're kind of killed me and I said, is trying to kill you in a shadow in the fight for control. Of Las Vegas, FBI will continue to look to the future use the latest and most sophisticated techniques to fight organized crime. Mom would have destroyed lost some question. I was there every day with these powers. I had no idea that their waas a mob and he wants to turn somebody there's bodies out there in the desert. There's more every day. But if there is one area where the word war it is in the fight against crime, grab him, you'll bring him to the desert. You're gonna know where the hole has been dug. Thiss is mobbed up. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio. Kitty O'Neil KFBK Afternoon News on news 93.1 kfbk. Now let's head to the cave became newsroom. Here's Brody Fernandez. Kitty Wells Fargo Cutting ties with more than 100 workers. Bloomberg reporting this afternoon they were fired for allegedly trying to take Corona virus relief money meant for small businesses. Banking giants as employees committed fraud by lying on their applications.

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04:24 min | 6 months ago

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"News 93.1 kfbk now trending Let's head to our KPK newsroom with Brody Fernandez Kitty. No one is hurt. After the largest World war, two bomb ever found in Poland exploded underwater Navy divers were trying to defuse the bomb, but were outside the danger zone when it went off more than 750. People were evacuated just before it went off. Thanks. Brody and a former Arizona congresswoman who survived being shot in the head in 2011 is taking on the National Rifle Association, Gabby Giffords will launch the new gun owners for Safety organization. The goal is to give gun owners another option instead of the NRA. And as we've been talking about quite a bit today, California's top doctor says he's strongly discouraging trick or treating this year to try to stop the spread of Coben 19 Cape Case Might Blunt has More California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley says the difficulty in tracing the virus during Halloween influenced the decision to recommend against the typical holiday celebrations. Some of the traditional Halloween celebration such as parties, door to door trick or treating, we know pose a high risk of spreading Koven. Says the recommendations also applied to DEA, Dellamorte or day of the dead. The new guidelines do allow for socially distance meet ups with no more than three other household. But Galley says celebrating virtually is much safer. Some ideas for virtual celebrations, Galley suggested, include costume or pumpkin carving contest enjoying Halloween themed art or watching a scary movie together with friends online. The whole act of going door to door in groups ringing doorbells digging into buckets of delicious candy create a risk. It's spreading covert 19, he says. Families can also do several activities at home, like creating an indoor haunted house or candy hunt, having a scary movie night carving pumpkins or paint. Faces, he says. If you do choose to leave your home, you need to make sure you continue to practice safe, social distancing and wear a mask. That's not the costume mask that you have needs to be a cloth discovering just like you do when you wear when you go to outdoor events when you go to the grocery store or wherever you might be visiting with your face covered, Galley says state health officials understand the importance of celebrating Halloween. For many families. We believe that we've outlined a number of Important activities. Khun Supplement and create alternatives in lieu of that trick or treating led So many people look forward to Sacramento County also released guidelines for Trick or treating, which include limiting it to your own neighborhood and passing out candy using tongs. Mike Blunt news 93.1 kfbk. Or these long shoots this this company. I love it this pro floors at home. I think it's called. They're giving away the big inside tubes from their carpets. Just giving away for people that put the candy through that shoot. That's great idea. All right. We do have a pole on this, and we're going to give you the results here shortly in about 10 minutes or so right now, though, let's get some traffic and weather together. One more time here with Dana Has Farwell righted incentive candy when it broccoli. Broccoli ruin the whole thing. Yeah. Okay. There we go. That would be so 2021 will run right out of your kids. Here's a nice seals. A package of raw broccoli. Yes. Have a drink of water. Uh, brought to you by El Grove Honda Right now downtown to the split. It's seven minutes on these found gaps City nine minutes at the Roseville on he's about 80. Then you're Douglass Boulevard going l Grove 11 minutes will get you there on I 5 10 minutes on 99 18 minute, Right downtown at Folsom Eastbound 50. And by the way, we're just getting word North 99 great lying there doing some assistant assisting with construction down there. So if you're in the area, just keep an eye out to get that set up otherwise downtown at Folsom 18 minutes downtown, a woodland 16 minutes north by five. And out to Davis. Westbound 80 gonna be nine minutes. Once again. We have an accident. Working at south a lot avenue with Jackson Road Major damage to the cars And there are injuries and elk Grove Honda, You could drive home in a 2020 cr V and enjoy the peace of mind that comes from owning a reliable safe elk grove. Honda Automobile. L grow Honda in the grove. Autumn all Highway 99 don't grow Boulevard. I gotta get an Elk Grove, Honda Honda. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings.

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04:57 min | 6 months ago

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"Now trending The president back at the White House this evening he was going back from Walter Reed Medical Center, took off his mask to pose for photographs and saluted Marine one. And the next presidential debate. Moving ahead. Let's get more here from RK Pick a newsroom and birdie Fernandez Kitty, a new study suggests people undergoing surgery may feel more pain if they use marijuana beforehand. It might also need more anesthesia and more opioids well in the hospital, researchers say this shows it's more important to give doctors a full medical history. Alright, thanks. Brody, California, saying some very encouraging data in terms of the cove in 19 pandemics, so We're not seeing the state fully reopened, and the governor was asked about that case. Tim Lance takes a closer look at what's going on from cases requiring Ah hospital stay to the percentage of positive test The Corona virus data in California actually is looking pretty good, according to Governor Newsome, so more tests. Positivity rate that's holding study at 2.6% over seven days here, reflected on this slide 2.8% over 14 Day period. The hospitalization numbers as you can see, continue to trend down. 13% decrease over the last 14 days, and those numbers actually have been on a steady decline, Kitty. Well, that sounds like good news. Yeah, but the governor actually says he doesn't trust that trend that decreases beginning to plateau a little bit the rate of decrease Is slowing. Not only on hospitalizations, the rate of decrease is slowing as it relates to I C U emissions here in the state, represented by 15% decrease in emissions declined over the last two weeks. Your call on previous slides going back the last number of weeks we've seen decreases 14 day, trailing decreases of closer to 20%. So again, beginning to see a plateau ing A reduction in the rate of decrease in total number of cases. And he says around the country, the number of infections this is important. He says. They're on the rise Fact Azul this morning, 21 States have seen an increase in transmission rates Cove in 19. We're seeing this, by the way, not just across the country. You're seeing this increasingly around the world. Okay, So, Tim, what does that mean? As far as the governor's concerned, you know, I guess this quote probably answers that question Best. Let us maintain our vigilance. Let us not take down our guard. Let us continue to take very seriously. This pandemic this disease you know, Tim, business owners and their employees really want to know if he's saying anything about moving faster with the re opening so they can get backto work and stabilized. Their business makes the money. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, everybody's thinking that, too, and he seems to be insistent on sticking with this slower pace that we have. No, it's stubborn for some, and I know some counties want to see it move more quickly. On we do as well. But that's determined not by whims. It's determined by data to term by information that's garnered on the basis of case rates and positivity rates in the framework we put out now, a number of months ago. Ah and again, we're making progress. But we're doing a slow study and methodical way as we move Tier two tier and the governor, seemingly contradicting himself in that statement. Insisting that the data is going to drive the re opening, but sticking with the slow and steady approach despite his acknowledgement in this very briefing that the data in California has been pretty good for a while, Interesting, Tim. All right. Well, thank you Keep the case. Tim Lance there. Thankyou, Kitty, and traffic and weather time right now. 6 20. We start with Danny's first five California Dan Tana's sweat, seven minutes Eastbound Cab City and also split to Roseville is going to be about nine minutes on eastbound 80 by the West. Dd and spelled a T Angelo Brody East on Reb Large pothole in the number four lane counting left to write so good. Just keep an eye out going tol groups have on igh 5 11 minutes, 10 minutes from downtown on 99 18 minute ride to Folsom Eastbound 50, and we're going out to Woodland Still 16 minutes and your main main street out there downtown to Davis. And makes Boulevard nine minutes on westbound 80. Hey, parents remind yourself that you're doing the best you can it possible. Take a moment for yourself Practicing self care shows your Children The importance of wellbeing get tips and more first five Calif dot com Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1. Thanks, Dana. And now your kfbk for castles like Clear and hazy today 50 to 56 son Shot and hot tomorrow on 92 to 96 tomorrow night Clear. 53 57. We'll see. Study on Wednesday High 86 to 90. Thank you. Whether it's five Waterson news 93.1 kfbk Yeah..

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03:39 min | 7 months ago

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"Okay, newsroom Here's Brody Fernandez Kitty. The University of Notre Dame is releasing results from the Corona virus testing last week that led to one game being postponed out of 273 student athletes. 18 tested positive. At least 25 players were said to be in isolation because of contact tracing and United Airlines will not have to furlough roughly 3000 pilots. They reached a deal to help cut costs as the airline industry has taken a major hit due to the pandemic. Under the deal, the pilot's agreed to reduce their hours to avoid layoffs set to begin as early as next month. Let's talk about after Governor Gavin Newsom's latest briefing on covered 19 wildfires and more advocates. Tim Lance's closer look at some of the major point you might not have heard about earlier today. Yes, so let's take over 90. I mean first, the governor once again says that there's plenty of good news to go around. The positivity rate, for example, has dropped. That's the percentage people, of course who are tested for Corona virus and actually have it that's down from 4.6% of those tested. Now just 2.8% and hospitalizations for virus cases or down by 20% intensive care unit cases, which obviously are the most severe have dropped 21% since the last briefing that he gave, But Governor Newsome is still concerned that these decreases aren't sustainable. While it's true, we have seen a three fold decrease in the total number of cases. Since our peak mid July. We are seeing early signs that those decreases are beginning to slow down. They're beginning to plateau is relates to total number of new cases. What concerns us more. It's not just the plateau ing of cases, but it's some regions that are beginning to see an upward trend in what we refer to and what is commonly referred to by our health representatives, and that's the are effective. So Kitty. That's the reproductive rate for the virus or the average number of people who get it. I'm somebody who's already infected. The are effective. Health experts say that you want that rate below one, and it's some densely populated parts of the state. The governor says. The Bay Area for example, it's under one, but it's edging closer to that number. This is again what science had predicted. If we go back to our original form, if we're not cautious if we're not vigilant if we're not wearing our masks. If we're not practicing social distancing, physical distancing these numbers could start to tip back up, and that's going to put pressure on our tiered plan and put Usher on our ability to reopen, not just businesses but to get our school's open. So the governor hinting that we might need to stay locked down in California through the fall and winter months, which obviously is not good news for businesses or the parents of school age kids, Right? Okay, well, Tim, what's he saying about the wildfires now always drawn an ugly comparison between this year's fire season in 2019 2019 lesson. 5500 fires year to date 157,000 Acres burned so far this year, 3.7 Five million acres burned over 16,136 fires. The governor has frequently referenced climate change is the primary cause for the severity of the fire season this year ban last, Okay, and I know he's being pressed about the upcoming election and voting in California. Yeah, this is really interesting. The governor was asked about the questionable nature of the state's vote safely California campaign, which was put together for the secretary of state. By a consulting firm with ties to the Joe Biden campaign. I just don't know the details. So forgive me the specific contract that Secretary of State's office has put out. Let me look into that happily get back, and some are saying the Democratic governor is just dodging the question Raised by Republicans, All right, Cape the case, Tim Lance, thanks for the update. No problem, Kitty. Alright, It's 6 50. Let's get some traffic.

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01:32 min | 7 months ago

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"Morning in Los Angeles, California, But the town will heat up soon enough because the body is about to be found over the Alvarado court apartments home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood. You've probably seen some of them in the moving pictures. There's someone else who lives in this exclusive Hamlet Guy in 404 B. He's a director with several Hollywood hits under his belt. Normally, he would be waiting for his valet to unlock the front door and draw his bath while his driver fired up the custom build McFarland to deliver him to the studio. But not today. Today, everything is going to be different at Alvarado Court because that director is bleeding out on his very expensive carpet. Stone cold dead on February 1st 1920 to 1 of Hollywood's most successful directors. Found dead in his living room. A bullet in his back. His name was William Desmond Taylor. And within hours news of his murder spread throughout Hollywood. It was clear from the start. It wasn't Kitty O'Neil kfbk. Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk Now trending Let's head to our KPK newsroom. Brody Fernandez Kitty, a new poll today suggesting a third parents in the U. S or not having their child get the flu vaccine this year. This comes after health officials and the governor today are employing people to get their flu shots, especially with covert 19 circulating. And.

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03:11 min | 7 months ago

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"Kitty O'Neil kfbk. Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk Now trending, Let's head to the newsroom to find out already. Kitty President. Trump is making a play for New York, he told supporters in Pittsburgh tonight. He's tryingto win the historically Democratic state, he says Crime has gone up in New York City and called out the mayor for slashing police jobs. All right, laid off hospitality and airport workers have caravan to the state Capitol today, urging the governor to sign a B 30 to 16 that would guarantee the most experienced of those workers the ability to return to their jobs when the pandemic eases. And so now, the big question is whether or not the Senate will have enough votes to appoint another Supreme Court justice nominated by President Trump following the death of Ruth Mater, Ginsberg. We get more now from K. P. K's Brody Fernandez. Kitty. There was a reason everyone's eyes were on Republican Senator Mitt Romney over the weekend. The Alaskan GOP senator Lisa Murkowski, and main GOP Senator Susan Collins, saying they do not support a vote on another Supreme Court justice nominee before the election. Well, if you do the math that puts a couple other undecided GOP senators really in the spotlight and Utah's Mitt Romney was one of them. I spoke with a bee season as delicate tear on Capitol Hill for the latest We're hearing from Republicans that they do feel they have the votes needed to a hold these hearing than to confirm this nominee to the bench. So we have been keeping an eye out on Republicans who had broken ranks before Republicans from you know, swing states who are up in kind of tight re election race is people like Mitt Romney, who was the only Senate Republicans vote for impeachment? People like Cory Gardner, Chuck Grassley, those three have come out to say now that they will be voting. To move this process along, but it's still not guaranteed that Romney will vote yes, on the nominee. He's just said that he will only vote for someone who based off their qualifications alone does the job form. Still, Democrats need for GOP senators to in essence defect from party lines? Well, they already have two and Murkowski and Collins. Romney could be a third. And you never know what will happen with the couple independent senators who are likely to vote against putting a nominee forward, but again, Vice President Mike Pence, Khun Break any tire gridlock. So now we wait for the president to announce his pick for the Supreme Court this weekend, and the Senate Judiciary Committee will be in full swing starting next week. We do expect President Trump to announce his take on Saturday from the White House at once. You know all the services for the late Justice Ginsburg are done. She's gonna lie in repose of the Supreme Court. She's gonna lie in state at the Capitol should be the first female Teo ever lie in state at the Capitol. The public will be able to pay their respects once that's it. Over that'll be happening this week on then, on Saturday, President Trump will announce his nominee. We do know it will be ah, woman on but it looks like the favourite right now. Amy Cockney Barrett. But of course that could change. Yeah, he's a starting next week, We'll have the Senate Judiciary Committee again voting on another Supreme Court justice nominee by President Trump and will have the first Presidential debate on Tuesday night. Alright. Keep Kay's Brody Fernandez there. Let's get some traffic.

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