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"First Up, we have a lot of warm products which hopefully remained warm. Before we try them first up. We have Kellogg's brand new waffles in fun flavors. I have to say, I was like freaking out we have two flavors to try today but there was a third flavor we didn't get that was super cute. The flavors were trying our Unicorn which tastes like cotton candy and birthday cake, which is yellow cake with rainbow. Sprinkles. These are not only available at Walmart. They're also at target Safeway and more and what I noticed about these is that they're very large large like the size of rigging frozen waffles do smell amazing they really do. And I, also GONNA say usually frozen waffles tastes the same I have high hopes for these I think these are gonna be different. What are you trying I? What's the Yellow One? Is What the Unicorn? Birthday. Look it looks like a birthday. Okay. Let's go birthday cake. Okay. That tastes like a birthday cake. These are really moist. They taste like cake. That's really good and the stats are really not bad hundred and thirty calories per waffle two and a half grams of fat five smart points. But I want to say one thing like these are not I feel like in the past like four or five weeks, we've tried a lot of frozen waffles. And they're all the same even the ones who trader Joe's that are Pumpkin flavored. There's something about this waffle. That's a little special do agree. Yeah. Definitely, and I was just noticing that you don't need butter or Maple Syrup on that. I mean this is just fine by itself. You know I totally grandma try the Unicorn cotton catches interesting because they have such perfectly deep wells. What do you call those nooks and crannies? what do you call in English mapping it is. Yeah. Waffle House. Yeah. They're really Nice deep-sea coach and a lot of Sierra remade ours pacman. Oh cute wait. What are the little dots in this one? Sheri's berries I think right and cotton candy. I like the birthday cake more. Yes, that's amazing. These are amazing. Kellogg's makes eggo right. But these are not under the eggo brand I. Don't think are they know? They're not. So you don't have to leg that is really interesting for her. Nope you don't have to go your Lego Mike. Okay next we are trying this is a product that I find very exciting and unique foster farms. The chicken people they have a new product called bold bites. They're marketed as kids bowl by. So they're like you get these in the fridge section and they're small individually wrapped packs like pouches of chicken and they come in flavors we have Taco and pizza today and what I really love about these portion controlled. It's sort of like saying, Hey, kids you can snack on chicken like like from being I would just dump this pouch. It tastes good into super on top of a salad it's fifty calories worth-a-chicken. Looks Amazing what are we trying? Why did you get all the fun flavors like Taco, Pizza, I can't open. which WANNA restarting with them pastor, which can open pizza Jamie can open I. Don't have the strength. s these high in sodium. No. Not really right. Three clear to read the sodium for those of us who don't have our reading. It's three fifty, which is not terribly. No this is good. I would not say tastes like pizza but I would put this on a pizza at fifty calories worth. Let's see. We got spicy lally trion. That's good but I feel like it's a stretch to call at pizza. Wait I a little bit of like Italian seasoning. Okay. Yeah. No I like it I like the concept I like creative. Let's try the TACO. Just I'm impressed and it tastes like white meat chicken breast doesn't taste like unidentifiable parts of a chicken. TACO measure making tacos. That is excellent first of all. This is what I would do. I would take those new cauliflower Ortega Taco shells that they sent us same thing and I would just like loaded up and make a chicken Taco out of this. Don't goods while he? Put it over, put it over cauliflower rice and then scuba salsa. These? This is great. This particular flavor. Terrific I don't WanNa give any preliminary ratings but it will rate. Hi.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

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04:36 min | 2 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Novak an impossible choice for some essential workers between losing the job being evicted, starving or showing up to work with symptoms and possibly infecting others. Good morning. I'm Stan Bunger. It's 8 31. CBS News Special Report. Republicans are mostly toeing the line on a Supreme Court nominee, and now they include Mitt Romney, who says he'll support a vote. Whenever it happens. I came down on the side of the Constitution and precedent as I've studied it on bake the decision on that basis, Senator Ted Cruz says. The same telling CBS this morning was the single biggest reason I personally voted for Donald Trump is because he promised To nominate justices in the mold. Of Scalia and Thomas, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is ripped his Republican counterpart who blocked and Obama nominee before the last election. You can't vote on a Supreme Court nominee because the American people should have a voice. Now leader. McConnell repeated that refrain for almost a year. So did almost every other Republican in the chamber In New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announces a tribute to the fallen justice. He will rename the Brooklyn Municipal Building after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg CBS News Special Report. I'm Peter King. It's 8, 32 and KCBS in time for part two of our Siri's Examining how the pandemic is affecting people in the Central Valley pick and process our food with relatively high rates of injury and illness. Meatpacking has always been tough work, and now the added risk of covert 19. Hey, CBS's Kathy Novak. Reports from Livingston, a place where nine workers died in about 400 were infected in an outbreak at a single plant. We are a community that is mourning the loss of our loved ones, Lord prayers at a vigil near the Foster Farms plant in Livingston earlier this month. I've been to funerals. It's the worst possible loss because when they're in the hospital, taking their last breaths there, not even with their families, community advocate deep, Singh says with her, said county among those named as a covert hot spot, almost Anyone here know someone who has been infected. Still, LaSalle Vanya works in packing for foster farms. I am proud of my work, she says, because we feed people who need it. But I also feel sad because we were not taken care off. She got Cove it in June. Her husband, who also works for the company, caught it to the poultry plant was ordered to temporarily closed because of the outbreak, in a statement provided to KCBS Foster Farms says during the week long closure of the plant was disinfected. And employees were tested as part of a comprehensive program to ensure employees safety. The plant has since been allowed to reopen Estella Sylvania wishes The new protocols had been there earlier today, and they should have given us powerful protective masks so that we didn't get sick, she says. There should have been social distancing, but it wasn't like that Deep seeing says it's part of a nationwide crisis, according to the Food and Environment reporting network more than 42,000 workers at about 500 Meatpacking plants have been infected Reason the meat production plants are hot spot throughout the country is because of the concentration of labor. It's because of the conditions and it's because of You just have literally people working shoulder to shoulder and you have not seen management make the necessary steps to alleviate that Foster farms says it's increasing social distancing measures and has installed dividers were distancing is not practical. And employees with symptoms are being told to isolate now that she's back at work. Estella Savannah's plea to her coworkers gives, he says, then do not come to work if you feel sick because you can infect others, but you, Seymour said. Edward Flores says, for many low paid workers and essential industries. Around the Central Valley. Staying home may not be an option. They may have tto choose between losing the job being evicted, starving or showing up to work with symptoms and possibly infecting others tomorrow. If you wanna have from those nights nectarines is juicy Peaches, that delicious watermelon you're gonna have to start paying attention to the Central Valley. If you want to continue to be fed new struggles for the families who pick our fruit in Livingston, Kathy Novak, KCBS. San Francisco's Port Commission due to make a decision today about a massive proposal to redevelop ears, 30 and 32, a huge expanse of crumbling waterfront property, just south of the Bay Bridge. Same place once proposed as the site for a new Warriors arena and many a proposal to do something with Piers 30 and 32 has fallen by the wayside over the years. This time, the proposal includes 850 units of housing. The demolition of the existing peers and the construction of new, smaller piers topped by four story sheds. There would be recreation areas for swimming and kayaking, plus a lot of office space..

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:29 min | 2 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Watch sponsored by Pacific Coast termite, the poultry plant that supplies About half of California's chicken remains closed for deep cleaning. After a After it least eight people died in a covert outbreak. Another 400 people or so have been affected infected. Rather, CBS's Kathy Novak went to the community vigil down the street from the foster Farms in Livingstone. I lost my dad last year, Letty Valencia calls herself a child of the valley and I cannot imagine The pain that the families are going through that lost their loved ones. She lives down the street from the foster farms plant where both her parents once work. Many of our parents here, the young people that you see here. We're here because this is an issue that matters to us is a product community, but because it's deeply personal. The county declared an outbreak in late June and later found foster farms didn't comply with its recommendations, including on comprehensive testing. After being ordered to close, the company said in a statement. It will conduct two rounds of deep cleaning and employees testing. Departments are still being allowed to operate number Rossa. Rosa Lopez used to work at foster farms and lost a friend who was only 45. She says her friend told her she was worried about going to work. Lopez then heard her friend had been taken to hospital with covert 19 and died three days later. In Livingston, Kathy Novak KCBS Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital's taken a rare step to combat a staffing shortages. It manages a covert 19 outbreak. Is KCBS. Is Mike the wall reports they've called on the National Guard. The medical teams arrived to assist a staff that's been strained by the compounding issues of the pandemic Wildfires and the hospital outbreak. Stephen Batson is an anesthesia Tech in the operating room in Santa Rosa Memorial. He says that for hospital workers, the staffing shortages nothing new. But doesn't you know? Surprised me? Because I mean, we've been chronically short staffed even before the pandemic. While the outbreak dates back to early August, Batson says that hospital administration only recently informed workers, he says, it's added a level of distrust among the hospital staff of around 2000 employees. Seems like they're withholding information from us. It Kind of chaotic and it causes kind of a lot of lot more fear. Batson says he'd like to see a more robust testing in contact. Tracing effort by the hospital for more people died of covert 19 and Soma County yesterday, bringing the total to 93. In Santa Rosa. Might the world KCBS coming up in a minute? Another tight game in the N B, a playoffs. The Labor Day.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 2 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Don't ever expect my leaders or My superiors whether or not in the military or otherwise to be infallible. The Washington Post has confirmed the report. The White House has called it patently false. On the VA hospital campus in Palo Alto, Jennifer Hodges KCBS, the poultry plant that supplies about half of California's chicken remains close for deep cleaning. After at least eight people died in a cove It outbreak about 400. Others were infected. KCBS is Kathy Novak went to a community vigil down the street from the foster Farms and Livingston. I lost my dad last year, Letty Valencia calls herself a child of the valley and I cannot imagine The pain that the families are going through that lost their loved ones. She lives down the street from the foster farms plant where both her parents once work. Many of our parents here, the young people that you see here. We're here because this is an issue that matters to us is a product community, but because it's deeply personal. The county declared an outbreak in late June and later found foster farms didn't comply with its recommendations, including on comprehensive testing. After being ordered to close, the company said in a statement. It will conduct two rounds of deep cleaning and employees testing. Departments are still being allowed to operate number. Rosa Lopez used to work at foster farms and lost a friend who was only 45. She says her friend told her she was worried about going to work. Lopez then heard her friend had been taken to hospital with covert 19 and died three days later in Livingston, Kathy Novak KCBS After the last two holiday weekends. We saw his spike in Corona virus cases about two weeks later. Well, now that the Bay area seems to be coming off of a summer surge, public health experts war now is not the time to be complacent. More from KCBS holic want it may look like the before times, with salons and Jim's re opening in some counties and people dining on sidewalks and with some schools resuming in classroom learning next week It may feel like things are relaxing. And that's what public health experts are worried about. With his three day weekend ahead, traditionally the last hurrah of summer Marine public health director Dr Matt Willis with the wildfire smoke we might be experiencing. Marin County coming into this weekend. You know, one concern I have is that gatherings and it otherwise been scheduled, occurring outdoors outside of your household that people might say, Well, we'll just move it inside that Certainly not to say strategy this time, so canceling postponing them. A rain check on those gatherings is probably a much safer strategy, he says. Don't forget how we saw a virus numbers climb after Memorial Day and the fourth of July. We don't need a September surge as we head into flu season holic want KCBS sheriff's deputies will be sending anyone away who tries to enter the Lake Berryessa Recreation area this weekend. That's because all day use concession operated and both much sites are closed as recovery work from the L and you. Lightning complex fires moves forward..

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Valid for his rewards Members to September 7 reels and accessories 3 99 and upsy participating stores for scheduling or exclusions case. CBS News Time to 43. The foster Farms poultry processing plant in her said county remains closed because of a covert outbreak about 400 employees were infected. At least eight have died. KCBS is Kathy Novak reports from Livingston, where a candlelight vigil was held just down the road from the plant. Not tension for the people's attention for the 67 year old Jose Pena. Tovar has earned minimum wage and the processing line at foster farms for 15 years. He says he got covert symptoms at the end of June. Around the time the murder, said County Health Department declared an outbreak last another, He says he was given one bandanna once others report being unable to maintain social distancing after an order from the county foster farms closed the poultry complex on Tuesday, though Departments remain open. The company declined an interview request but said in a statement. It will complete two rounds of deep cleaning and employees testing our community That is mourning the loss of our loved ones. Lord, the community group, the Chikara movement held a vigil to honor the lives lost. We've witnessed a local tragedy here in Livingston that seems tohave reverberations really across the country executive director Deep Singh says more than 40,000 meatpacking workers have been infected across the US and that cleaning the plant is not enough. Hinkston. Kathy Novak KCBS A's finally back in action Tonight, Kevin's going to have a preview in a minute. The days are getting shorter, and you can feel it in the air. Yes, it's that time of year. Pumpkin is finally back a Duncan. It's the cozy You've been craving all summer. Long now in your cuppa Duncan pick up all of your pumpkin favorites like the signature Pumpkin, Spice Iceland or a pumpkin ice coffee and bakery items like pumpkin doughnuts and muffins..

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:30 min | 2 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

"1/20 KCBS, California's Central Valley has had its share of problems, poverty, bad air pollution and for many weeks during the pandemic, some sky high rates of infection We're joined. Live on the KCBS ring. Central News. I'm right now. By Kathy Novak, A CBS reporter Kathy last night you were at Ah, Vigil in Livingston. This is where the foster Farms plant has had quite an outbreak, including a number of deaths. Can you tell us a little about what you learn? Well. The vigil was held just up the road from the plant. Where about 400 people tested positive for Cove in 19. At least eight people have died in the local county Health department has ordered foster farms. To shut the processing plant, so it has been closed since Tuesday. It will remain close at least until the evening of September. 7th. The company says in a statement that it is going to complete two rounds of deep cleaning and two rounds of covert testing covering it says all 1400 plant employees, but the people Who attended the vigil last night stand are still upset, not only because they say it has taken too long for any of this to happen that the outbreak first started back in June, and that's when people were reporting getting sick. But there aren't only 1400 people who work at foster farms, and in fact, you know, I was just outside the plant yesterday. You can still see activity. People coming going trucks coming and going, and that's because The whole plant is not shut down. Right now. The company says it's important to note that the mayor said public health order permits continued operation of certain other facilities within the plant. Now it says it is going to test employees there, too. But basically the people who have lost loved ones, the unions and the workers themselves. Many of them are saying that what's being done is not enough. And you know, you look at a map of California, where the hot spots have been during the pandemic and A lot of a really deep colored ones are those Central Valley farming counties. Absolutely. I mean, this was declared a hot spot, the governor said, as much is sending strike teams into the area, investing more than $50 million in trying to get re sources into testing contact, tracing everything that needs to be done now, you know, here in Moore said. County where this plant is there's more than 27 new cases. Per 100. Thousands of the latest statistics 11% positivity raid and it's a similar story in the whole Central Valley area, and what researchers are saying is This is largely because the people here are essential workers like the ones who go to this plant, working for minimum wage to process the food that goes on our dinner tables. They don't have The option to stay at home. And on top of that, largely in these communities, they live in large household. So I have been speaking to workers who say they got sick and then their spouses got sick. Their families got sick and we're seeing there's a widespread outbreak here and what researchers air saying is what they want to see is data collected and shared. That also looks not only at the race and ethnicity of people who are being sick but also the industries they work in because they say that there is a high card a correlation between hype. Evidence of covert 19 and people who work in industries such as agriculture and food services. All right, well, Cathy, thanks will continue to stay in touch with you. I know she's doing a lot of gathering of information. Talking with people in the Central Valley, Kathy will be producing a series of special reports. Due to begin in a few weeks or I should say in a few days here on KCBS as she continues to pulling information..

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"foster farms" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:58 min | 3 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"FEMA Administrator Peter Gainer says the damage from Hurricane Laura is bad, especially in Louisiana on CNN's state of the Union, Gainer said Getting water and power turned back on are the two big issues in that state. On the subject of climate change. Gaynor conceded that hurricanes are becoming more frequent and deadly. A Central Valley, California poultry packing plants that was supposed to close late yesterday due to a deadly cove in 19 outbreak will stay open for another three days. The Mercer County Department of Public Health says eight employees have died. At least another 358 have been infected. At the Foster Farms Chicken processing facility in Livingston. In a revised statement, the county DPH says the plant will shut down Tuesday evening for deep cleaning that will continue through the following Monday. Foster Farms will also do more covert testing among the staff, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee is ripping the decision to stop in person briefings on election security. That doesn't make any sense unless the goal is not to, you know not to allow members of Congress the representative, the American people to ask Questions on CNN's state of the Union Congressman Adam Schiff said intelligence officials can create a written report and not face questions that they say things that aren't true. The California Democrat also didn't rule out issuing a subpoena to get officials to answer questions before the election. Former President Obama is one of many paying tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman, The Black Panther's star, died of colon cancer Friday at age 43 Obama tweeted You could tell right away, he was blessed. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster ordered all flags at the state Capitol to fly at half staff Sunday in memory of the actor in the Los Angeles Lakers. They're celebrating their first playoff series victory since 2012 Anthony Davis scored 43 points and LeBron James added 36 points to lead the Lakers to 1 31 to 1 20 to victory. Over the Portland Trailblazers last night to win their first round playoff series. Four games to one. Lisa Taylor, NBC.

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California chicken plant told to close after 8 die of COVID-19

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

California chicken plant told to close after 8 die of COVID-19

"Processing plant in Central California is under order to shut down by six o'clock this evening after becoming the site of one of the largest and most severe Corona virus outbreaks in the state. But the last word the plant operators had actually committed to doing that. At least eight employees of a foster farms plant in Mercer County and Livingston have died over 19 350. Others have tested positive. Shutdown order issued by county officials was originally supposed to take effect on Thursday with company wasn't given an extra two days to deal with unnecessary logistics add to arrange for human ways to handle hundreds of thousands of live chickens being kept alive at that plant.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCBS All News

"At 6 50 is our news Watch continues. The Golden Gate Bridge Suicide barrier will be opening two years late and will cost more than planned. K CBS's Melissa call, Ross tells US officials approved extra funding in order to finish the job every year. People kill themselves by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. Unfortunately, A suicide rates across the country have risen. You know, we on a regular basis, you people come to the bridge to harm but bridge spokesman Paolo Kazu it, Schwartz says. The contractor building a suicide barrier on the span is behind schedule and the project which was supposed to be done in January, We'll take two more years. So the bridge district has approved $2 million in extra funding to staff the continuing project people out on the bridge overseeing the work to ensure that it's done with safety and quality standards. We expected the district. This includes project oversight supervision to ensure that the project isn't delayed any further that money isn't nearly enough, though, and cause a witch. Schwartz says the district may apply for grants or ask the contractor to pick up some of the cost. A spokesman for the contractor says the district has directed cruise to do work outside of the original agreement, and that has caused the delays. Melissa call Ross KCBS, a chicken processing plant in Livingston in the central Valley has been closed. The foster Farms site saw one of the largest and most severe covert outbreaks in the state. Summer, said Sun Star reports Foster Farms 358 employees tested positive and eight employees died of Cove in 19 Foster Farms has seen Covad cases and employees at a number of plants around the country. We'll grade school kids have been victimized by a zoom bomber who showed porn to an online class KCBS is Matt Bigler reports The San Leandro school district is now boosting cyber security as a result on Monday during a zoom P e class for fifth graders at McKinley Elementary School. The session was hacked by unknown individuals, those individuals He used some profanity at first. During the class. Andi then show some adult pornographic images. Lieutenant Ted Henderson with San Leandro Police says the teacher quickly ended the zoom session and contacted authorities. Henderson says it's believed the zoom bomber used a user name and password from someone who was previously authorized into the virtual classroom. It is a priority for us. We have to take his actively Looking into this investigation as we speak. We're going to continue to it until until he could get some type resolved. San Leandro Unified declined to comment on the ongoing investigation. But in a statement, the district said it was rolling out new security settings for all zoo meetings and students will no longer be able to access virtual classrooms with their personal e mail accounts. In the East Bay. Matt Bigler KCBS governor Newsome has signed a bill that bans the sale of most flavored tobacco products. The bill wouldn't make it a crime to possess flavored tobacco. So you could actually have it in your possession, but it would make it illegal to sell it. Retailers could be fined up to $250. On to your money news now on KCBS. What affect Will Cove it have on you working from home down the road? Here's a Bloomberg update. Does working.

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California chicken plant told to close after 8 die of COVID-19

Pat Walsh

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

California chicken plant told to close after 8 die of COVID-19

"A chicken plant in central California being shut down after hosting one of the largest covert 19 outbreaks in the state more than 350 foster farms. Employees have tested positive for the novel Corona virus, and eight have died that according to them, or said County Health Department health officials there say they tried to stem the outbreak multiple times with no effect. They say the closure of the plant is the only way to get the outbreak and foster farms swiftly under control

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California Poultry Plant Shuts Down Due to 'Uncontrolled' Coronavirus Outbreak

The John Phillips Show

00:06 sec | 3 months ago

California Poultry Plant Shuts Down Due to 'Uncontrolled' Coronavirus Outbreak

"County health officials want to shut down a foster farms poultry plant after eight workers died from Corona virus

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"foster farms" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KCRW

"This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles. A new development in the story we've been following amidst a massive cove in 19 outbreak among workers were said county health officials in the Central Valley have ordered a foster farms poultry processing plant to shut down Here's Cupid's Alex Hall. County Health officials announced the shutdown on Thursday, saying that foster farms had not followed directives. Acquiring widespread testing of workers at the Livingston plant. So far, 358 employees there have tested positive for the Corona virus, and eight have died. County, said Those figures are based on employees choosing to get tested and notifying the company and that the true spread of Cove it at the plant is unknown. Local health officials backed up by California attorney general Heavier but Sarah and the state's acting health officer, say closing the plant is now the on ly way to get the outbreak under control. The county said it would delay enforcement of the order for 48 hours to give foster farms time to prepare for the closure of Foster farms Spokesman said the company plan to release a statement on the shutdown order on Friday. For the California report. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno Amidst the threat of Corona virus, California's releasing thousands of inmates in state prisons early now Governor Gavin Newsom says California will commit $15 million to help formerly incarcerated people reenter society, But is it enough committees Kate Wolf reports. 36 year old Ed Harris was let out of sentinel estate prison in a hurry. I released into the house with only $180 with no Jackie. Some obeah sweats and a T shirt that was being And it was raining. Harris had less than 60 days left of a sentence stemming from a firearm charge. He was released in Riverside County in April as part of the States plan to reduce crowding in prisons battling Cove in 19 outbreaks. But Harris says he was unprepared for the release. He's scraping together a living as a security guard and staying over at friend's house is, he says he thought there would be more help. Help me really reenter it back into society and get back into the world. A taxpaying citizen, you know, state corrections officials say they've expedited the release of some 5000 people. The influx has been worrying to reentry. Advocates who have long said that funds and support are inadequate. Doug Bond is the CEO of Amity Foundation, a reentry nonprofit. This is something that should not just be because of Cove in it really should be the way that people come home safely, with the support needed back into their community. The foundation is part of the new initiative called Returning Home Well, Philanthropies have matched the state's $15 million with 30 million total. The program will help people get housing and employment among other needs. Periscopes. The initiative will be able to help him, but it probably won't as it stands. The money will only go to people released after July for the California report. I'm Kate Wolf. Too many fires and too few firefighters. That's been the situation in many parts of Northern California the last few days as hundreds of wildfires burned and fire crews were stretched thin. So in Santa Cruz County, many residents came together to defend their mountain community against the seas. EU complex fire Cupid's Hannah Hagemann has this closer look. Up from Highway One. Tucked in the redwood sits Bonny Doon, a small community traditionally known as home to hippies and farmers alike. When the fire came towards the area a couple of weeks ago, residents were told to evacuate. This was all a wall of fire coming up the hill. Couldjust feel mine. Skin Cyn Gene. That's Glenn Hansen, who stayed behind with his husband to defend their neighborhood. He's standing in front of a home they saved but the effort wasn't without.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Local officials are reporting the details of a big Corona virus outbreak at a foster farms poultry plant and were, said county cooties. Central Valley correspondent Alex Hall. Has Mohr Semi trucks haven't stopped rolling in and out of the foster Farms facility in Livingston, even as the Corona virus pandemic spikes in town and throughout my county. And the virus has hit the poultry plant, too. I'm getting a lot of Livingston Mayer Group All Samra says he gets phone calls and emails from workers about the outbreak at the plant. With the number of infections among employees increasing. Some say they want all of the plant's 3000 or so workers to be tested and for the facility to shut down so it can be cleaned. Sandra says county health officials have told him at least 217 workers have tested positive. So far. There are no guidelines those books no manuals on how to deal with this in the state level. Somerset County Health was never have to deal with this either. Is trying to find the vestment of work with it, and then literally writing checks and procedures that the states also looking at because it doesn't have anything. They're literally writing the book as they go along Samra and officials from the United Farm Workers and the Chikara movement, a sick community organization say they've been told at least to plant workers have died of Cove in 19 complications. The first of those deaths prompted state workplace safety officials to launch a probe into conditions at the plant, and U F W spokesman Mark Grossman says hundreds of workers are not coming into work. That's had an impact on plant operations. Some workers air deciding not to Goto work out of fear of Copan number said. County Health Department said it can't confirm the number of infections at the plant, citing federal health privacy laws. Foster farms did not respond to repeated requests for comment on the outbreak for the California report. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno and now to a preview of our sister show, the California reports weekly magazine. This week. Ariella Markowitz takes us back in time to a little known occupy movement That happened almost 50 years ago on Catalina Island..

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"foster farms" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"foster farms" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Is one i made up number one cure bowl western kentucky versus georgia state the frisco bowl ask them you versus louisiana tech bad boy mowers gasparilla bowl temple versus fiu can't be stupid powershares performance bowl chatanooga versus northern iowa foster farms bowl arizona versus purdue so again the cure bowl the frisco bowl that bad boy mowers gasparilla bowl the power shell shares performance bowl for the foster farms bull which one that i make up i hope none of these are get a tax break in a new tax bill that's all i got to say i mean this is ridiculous charles i have no idea charles obviously wanted to say the bad boy field because it's so ridiculous secure bail it's got to be some medical you know solveen cancer something what was the other one powershares performance ball the frisco bowl the foster farms bull the frisco the frisco bowl is that a fake bowl frisco ball is eight pm wednesday and sooner twenty i can't wait to see that one smu versus louisiana tech the one i made up is the powershares performance poll powershares performance at a new actually my second choice did this with sharon earlier and she said the cure bull was was fake and it's it's not our ship where you come up with at the same place that somebody comes up with the bad boy mowers gasparilla order drug test oh my goodness that's going to wrap it due to nfl licensing agreements we are unable to string the game on mobile devices you can listen on a desktop and notebook computer at wbtcom news 1110 993 wbt i'm votes send longside me is the former governor and mayor pat mccurry happy monday happy monday i didn't get to kayak this weekend after all that talk last week i was afraid i'd be found out about again a late game so i just stuck around in charlotte walks and all the football games on tv but say is it possible to have a good weekend if you if you don't kayak now i'm hooked on i'm who well the carolina panthers not a great weekend not a great sunday and it's interesting as you look around see what all the talking heads are saying about this i mean eight and four evade affords a great record we would have thought that a year ago and later on this week i think we're going to.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In broadcasting not only in the bay area might i say in the hemisphere hell no maybe i s put him on a global level because his eight of the southeastern conference is incredible i mean you can't turn on the fits in brookes university programme without hear them go on a anti s e c's hurried and the whole point of this goofy occupation is to incur is to try out an emotion and fifth says hate of the sec i don't think i hate anything or love anything as much as bob burns for the sec so shout out to bob if he's on his way to oracle for tonight's warriors charlotte hornets game i'm thinking about you pal and i hope notre dame gives sledgehammer d into the soil against lsu on january one that's for you pal incredible so other things to company ballgames the foster farms bowl that running back for purdue kneeling and hiding behind the offensive line as perdue told arizona they were lining up in the victory formation to kneel before half that was bull s one of the dirtiest goofy is moments i've seen in college football when you tell the other team that you're going to neil either to end the game or to end the half and then you run a play and get it down in a field goal position all you're doing is asking for problems what you're doing is now defenders i don't blame them if they jump it offensive lineman sneeze during that during the victory formation if you're going to neil you're going to fake the funk you're going to say saikh and then get into position to score don't be surprised if defenders come atchew hot and heavy graciano got a lot of bet he got a lot of bad press overdue in that very thing with defenders going into the giants offensive line years ago bucks giants same thing happened with the jazz in the seahawks and believe you me i'm not defending pinocchio bennett i'm i got no problem now if they go into an offensive lineman sneeze it's the other stuff with banner that i didn't particularly care for but that was bush jeff prom you ought to be ashamed of yourself they had the referees out they're telling rich rodriguez defensive players it's over there half is over that was a bunch of crap you.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I went warriors i did i just tuned back to see some kid from purdue take the foster farms bowl trophy hawes like they do in the champions league of the world cup pause and then hoisted up that moment of your next year and the camera zoomed in it said foster fires will further words were said route zip champions is what her recruits you guys you don't like your participation trophies is the participation trophy for absolutely agree with that absolutely the trophy on their way a stupid it's probably get rings from it do like julio in foster farms bold champion they didn't get a ring the guy who wasted like lionel messy this won the champions league the pause at us well i've done is scouting report i can give you a three guys in the campingworld bowl at to fifteen to keep an eye on even if you don't gamble or you're not a college football fan if you're a forty nine are fan i've got three guys to watch and can do for all today's game as louis exception of the military ball from an apple as navy minus of buck and a half against the virginia cavaliers but there i look i love this stuff and did you guys see a fight almost broke out at a bowling alley in tampa late last night it's cox wolverines in the outback bohmu and the guys in their games not till january one their players boat up on each other and we're about to throw hands it was incredible k i gotta shades of miami penn state of israel right question is did harbaugh adra we go but bowie staff replacement at six o'clock to did headtohead pretty darn good news for tcu it's six but the same time washington state michigan state in megahits each bolanos let's get the guest list from jamaica great to have pat bag kevin friends volley good morning in the morning what worries last night i didn't i had to work last night you enjoy the game i watch bits and pieces has i had to work teams and cash guns right this he said on the.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Bureaucratic organisations they have they have no cojones they are too lewis they are joke in fact they have none of this uh worth what happened to my kony spoil a lot of things sure have changed while i was gone let's see here did i lose yep assured uh thanks adam thanks jeff they have report the dion on primetime sanders may accept a job with the florida state coaching staff and he did nothing to dispel those rumors yesterday why he would want to come back and leave the nfl network is totally a mystery to me but obstacles if he does moving along the pinstripe bowl other big 10 win yesterday as iowa got boston college in the foster farms bowl i was all in on the foster farms bowl i all lynn am i love the match up of the pac 12 and the big to end the big ten and look it led up to the billing everything you'd expect thirty eight thirty five perdue and here's the problem that drops the pac 12 to one in three in bulk games utah wittingham they do what they do they won their ballgame though the morning after christmas in what was truly probably one of the more less people probably interested in that game than many but in the heart of dow's bowl a sh a no shame on meet the zach peace heart of dallas poll you tug out west virginia carl wittingham moves to eleven in one in games but now the pac 12 a conference that is losing prestige and in danger of dropping out of power five relevance one in three after purdue got arizona last night in an awesome game was 985 total yards i send a large the perdue quarterback threw for three hundred ninety six yards on arizona's defense and four scores khalil tate does what he does where he got three hundred and fifty eight total between passing and and running the ball and five touchdowns phenomenal very entertaining game if he didn't watch the.

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"foster farms" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"foster farms" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the foster farms ball these stories coming up in the bloody heating bear medic studios you're listening to 93 wibc wibc hd one indianapolis at eight o'clock he misses the work of being president calling it fascinating i'm dave anthony fox news would performer president obama says he found serenity the moment president drunk took over despite having concerns about how the country uh moves forward giving his first interview since leaving office to britain's prince harry fox's rachel sutherland live in washington dade mr obama did not mention his assessors use of twitter in the bbc interview but he did caution about the power of social media to divide people he told prince harry's important for people to get off line in meat in real life find areas of common ground because you see that things aren't as simple as of have been portrayed whatever chat room you've been saying it's tougher people to be as obnoxious and cruel face to face as they are online dave rachel the us's further punishing north korea sanctioning two officials said to be key to the country's nuclear weapons program steve the secretary of treasury saying in a statement treasuries targeting leaders of north korea's ballistic missile programmes is part of our maximum pressure campaign to isolate the dprk and achieve a fully denuclearized korean peninsula the move follows a un security council resolution imposing sanctions fox's griff jenkins three people were shot outside a mall in memphis last night chaos inside hundreds of shoppers fled the mall closed four people were taken into custody the three people heard were not seriously injured they have nowhere to put it the more snow was falling around here he pennsylvania more than five feats already down since saturday who's higher than the snow blowers a take little codes eventually get through a snow emergency had been declared people urged to stay off streets plaza of unclear them all yet it's also frigid across the country windchill warnings are advisory stretching from montana were feels like 24 below zero in malta two main where it's like minus fifteen in illinois fox.

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"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"foster farms" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"What's going on thanks to generous retired about other decisions or a college football decide what that eat away kaby arf you missed out on our jimmy garoppolo talked with lightweight laid if you want to get into that discussed that is wealth uh bold matchups for the pac 12 pretty good uh vegas while in the 16th boise state oregon heart of dallas while utah west virginia cactus bowl case state ucla foster farms here in town arizona purdue which should be get rich rod the studio mmhmm unless he leaves us has sudden is on a state nc state by the way we got to get the audio from her bed words today than anybody else you're the whole devil thing oh my gosh we have the my goodness he's old uh cotton bowl ohio state as c fee asked the penn state washington of course stanford has tcu so pretty good balls by the ah pac 12 i like it yeah i mean the unfortunately it will give the pac 12 in the in the playoffs but other than the playoffs us the ohio state is the best one out there that one's fantastic you have tcu in stamford which could end up being the main 1410 we hire square in the mad but to just really really physical teams are reliant run in the boy and and in defending and then i dare you know i'm i'm not sure washington deserved it but they in and they get a chance to play against penn state and they have one of the best rush defenses in all college football going against sake won't barkley so that that that'll be fun to a washington state michigan state should be interesting arizona obviously for may against purdue here uh but now they got they got some good ball match up some really good ball match of ciller that soxs they got one word again games that are like on the same time and i in fact the 28 it to pac 12 games on at six o'clock oh we've done it too at the same time with the good after break out the dvds yet either crawl that's ch if are going to have to be that of to hide the damn curl dammit uh your who did the.

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