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Fresno County Health Officials Seeing an Increase of Covid Cases
"With new covid cases growing across the country, Fresno County health officials say they're noticing a surge in cases and younger populations, according to the data shared by the Health Department. Younger age groups are driving this surge. Now, If we look back to January of this year, when Covid 19 cases were surging people 65 older made up a big chunk of those early cases. Nearly 25%. Now they make up less than 15%. But 18 and younger category has done the opposite. They were at about 15% back in January. Now they make up nearly 20%. This is concerning because the under 18 population is not all eligible to be vaccinated. And so their only protection is the people around them. The Fresno County Department of Public Health is urging people to mask up if you're not vaccinated, the rules really haven't changed. That's Fox 26 news reporter. Shelby brought show,
"fresno county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Locations here in Fresno County is to hit 1500 a day. That was Fox 26 news reporter Shelby Bracho. Firefighters now battling a wildfire in the inland Mountains of Southern California. Ascent. Ana winds gust through the region and little rain has fallen this winter. Cal Fire says the bony to fire erupted shortly after one this morning has grown to about 600 acres that triggered evacuations in mountains center. That's a tiny community in the San Jacinto Mountains about 90 miles east of L. A. Nine state prison inmates have been charged in San Diego County with scamming the state's unemployment benefits system. Yesterday, San Diego D a summer, Stephan said the inmates received more than $160,000 through fraud committed between June and September, 2020. The nine allegedly lied about their eligibility and addresses on ST E D. D applications that apparently were never checked before benefits were paid. Three minutes after the hour wish we had better news for Wall Street on this Friday, but we don't the Dow NASDAQ S and P 500 all giving back right now. The Dow currently trading down 87 points, the volume sitting at 30,009 04. Update your current temperature for you on the outside 58 degrees already in Fresno or radio City. That's the seasonal average. In other words, that's all the warmer we should be for this time of year. And we are going to streak past that today. Provided you see sunshine. As again there's still some spots the valley socked in with fog at this hour. You get that sunshine. You get the heat afternoon highs today expected to reach into the upper sixties lower seventies possible for high temperatures by Sunday. Have a great safe weekend One and all that is news on the.
California lockdowns extended as some hospitals limit care
"Strick stay at home orders are being extended in California state health director mark galli says hospitals in southern California are being overwhelmed with corona virus patients hospitals that are running out of style having to use rooms that they don't traditionally do they are bracing for the surge to get even worse into the new year and it's not just in southern California we are in in the middle of a big surge in a crisis in our health care system doctor raised rock is interim health officer in Fresno county we're at a point where the hospitals are really having to make some tough choices about exactly what services they can or can't deliver and and that's that's something that we all need to take into account some hospitals in California may resort to rationing treatment with staff in medicine are in short supply I'm a Donahue
Los Angeles County Shatters COVID-19 Case, Death, Hospitalization Records
"With ICU space at crisis levels in some population centers. The start of vaccine distribution this week gave everyone a desperately needed dose of good news. California Governor Gavin Newsom embraced that, while also warning that the nation's most populous state is struggling with the viruses Deadliest wave yet. Light at the end of the tunnel. But we're still in the tunnel. Southern California and the state's Central Valley are reeling less than 2% of ICU beds There are available and many hospitals are overwhelmed. Already this week, single day death records have been broken in San Diego, Santa Clara and Los Angeles County. L. A on Wednesday hit a record daily high of 131 covert 19 deaths. Barbara for Air is the county's public health director. Every hour on average, two of our neighbors, family members and friends. Are dying from Cove in 19. And the virus is rampant in all neighborhoods. Key parts of the state are now in surge mode and opening makeshift hospital areas. But many don't have the staff to manage the extra load, and the state has limited options to try to fix that staffing crisis. Slammed. Hospitals are using emergency rooms to house critical patients, and many are postponing elective surgeries and repositioning surgeons and nurses. Dr. Steven Proteus, an executive vice president with Kaiser Permanente, which in the last two weeks has seen hospitalization rates rise, nearly 40%. There were actually taking all the different hands we have on deck. And moving them to where they're needed most, which is right now in our hospitals and emergency department, and some hospitals are boosting the number of ICU patients that nurses treat at one time in Fresno County, for example, that means ICU, nurses will have to add a third critical patient to their workload. Move, Fresno AMs, Director Dan Lynch concedes means additional strain on already exhausted staff. It's a temporary fix, and it does impact those health care workers with You're taking care of a very critical, very complicated case in the ICU, and now you've got three of them. Lynch says the county is also adding another temporary fix quick training nurses to work in ICUs. Crisis even saw Governor Newsome this week once again make a plea to recently retired healthcare professionals to consider returning now will provide supports in terms of hotel rooms and transportation and Trying to wave his many of the fees and related costs associated with getting you back into the workforce on a temporary basis to help us through this very difficult time. California also has requested federal help, including 200. Department of Defense, Medical workers and state emergency officials are actively seeking hospital help from Australia and
Garcetti Issues Targeted Safer At Home Order For City Of Los Angeles
"Garcetti issued an emergency order he's instructed city residents to stay in their homes and band social gatherings. Further north, increased covert hospitalizations are reported in Fresno County,
"fresno county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So new for everybody. Going through everything we're going through. Things have changed so much with the pandemic questions about the Postal Service and everyone getting mailed a ballot. Zhang says. People are unsure who to trust a friend of mine. You know, asked if I would be a drop box and I was like, Yeah, sure, you know, because we got a lot of guys come prune don't really have the opportunity to go drop off the ballot. The ballot box was here, but not for long. In fact, all of the boxes and Fresno were removed, at least for now, says Fred Vanderhoof, chairman of Fresno County's Republican Party. Because of the controversy, I wanted to protect the businesses. Unlike GOP drop boxes in other counties, Vanderhoof says the ones in Fresno were labeled secure, not official. That was one of the main issues, prompting California's attorney general to issue a cease and desist letter to stop the Republicans Ballot collection program. But California's GOP pushed back with a letter arguing that the ballot boxes were legal because state law allows third parties to collect ballots from voters and deliver them to the county election office. On Friday, Secretary of State Alex Padilla seemed to back down. I want to be clear the California Republican Party can't conduct ballot collection activities. But they have to play by the rules, GOP spokesman Hector Barajas said. Now that the party has clarification, the boxes will go back and there may be more coming. Now that that has been result. I think the political chain will end up looking at Strategically. Where is the best place to go? Would expand our ballot collection programs and making sure that we're able to compete, you know, with with the Democrats in California, especially in places like Fresno, where the Republicans are hoping to win back congressional seats they lost in the 2018 mid terms for the California report. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno. A bankruptcy court and Delaware has approved a plan to abandon a battery recycling plant in Los Angeles County, siding with the Trump administration over the objections of Governor Gavin Newsom. A decision could leave a toxic mess in a poor community with no money to pay for cleanup. California officials blame excite technologies for spewing chemicals, including lead into the air and soil around the plant for decades. Is Molly Peterson joins me now. Good morning. Good morning, Somali. How long did excite technologies operate at that site? And what exactly do they do there? Exide recycled big industrial batteries, including batteries that you'd find in your car at that site. They were the biggest plan to do that west of the Mississippi for decades and decades, and the state of California allowed them to operate with on ly a temporary permit. From the early eighties for many, many years as a result of those operations that smelter spewed led out of its stacks, and that led deposited in soil and other chemical pollutants, including arsenic ended up in the air. Testing found thousands of homes got contaminated and it's important to note that the neighborhood surrounding the plant are predominantly Latino. What is the community they're saying about this? For years and years, Hundreds of people have showed up at every public hearing, organized in part by Resurrection Church, which is a Catholic church in Boyle Heights, a Los Angeles neighborhood. The state overseeing cleanup in Los Angeles and in the communities of Maywood and Commerce and East Los Angeles has been really slow. Exide Onley fronted a small amount of money for cleanup and stabilizing the property itself, And the community compares that to the Porter Ranch Gas leak, which happened in a much more affluent neighborhood a few years ago. They say. If you can clean up a gas leak, why can't you clean up this lead smelter Somali Despite all of those objections, US Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Sanchez approved Exide's plan on Friday. Why Well, the judge said. It's not an imminent harm to have all of this led in the soil. Specifically, he said, it's not receiving glowing, toxic lead situation. The company never admitted its responsibility for the lead, and there was no state hearing that ever made them. Admit that responsibility either. I talked to David Pettit, He's a lawyer for the natural resource is defense counsel and he's a member of a community advisory group on Excite Little by Little, it gets into a child system or a pregnant woman. And that can cause tremendous neurological damage. To me that qualifies legally has something that is imminent because the harm is occurring right now, right now, today Let's take a moment and look at the state's role in all of this. Governor Gavin Newsom said on Friday that he is quote outraged that the federal bankruptcy court let excite and its creditors off the hook and decided that lead exposure does not pose an imminent or immediate harm to the public. But but the state does have some responsibility here, right? Right. The primary regulator is the Department of Toxic Substances Control. They oversee these facilities, inspect them and provide them with licenses. In addition, the state is supposed to ask these facilities that might create hazardous waste to guarantee that they have the financial resources to clean them up when they shut down, according to members of the community. The state has fallen down in that role. Here's David petted again. They ought to be outraged by the opinion, but they also need to look in the mirror. It's a state of done. It's job. A lot of lead pollution that we see in Canady wouldn't be there. The other problem is in California. The environmental liability here. The state as an environmental creditor comes in behind the other people who are owed money by Excite. All right. Keep the reporter Molly Peterson. Thank you so much for following this story For us..
Los Angeles - California Republican Party says it will not comply with state's cease and desist order on ballot drop boxes
"California's GOP and the state Republicans say they won't remove unofficial ballot boxes deemed illegal by the secretary of state boxes were placed in L, a Orange and Fresno counties. The GOP was ordered to remove the boxes by yesterday, but now they say they're going to add more. The party maintains the boxes comply with California's ballot laws allowing for people to collect ballots from voters and return them to election offices. But Secretary of State says they don't qualify because they're not supervised. A statue of former
"fresno county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From the smoky skies. The rice harvest has picked up speed, However, the smoke has slowed down the ripening of the rice in some areas, Extreme heat and continued poor air quality to do smoke is hindering fieldwork and limited sunlight in Fresno County carrots that were planted germinated but did not continue to grow. My goodness. Tomato ripening slowed be below average Yields of the dehydrator onion Harvest. Bell peppers were slow in turning red. On Then there's you know, Pandemic related crop news in California, A Americans back in March and April were buying a lot of rice buying a lot of Grain products will that slowed down and demand from restaurant and other food services remain low and rice growers air, hoping that export markets will pick up And in the produce business. The pandemic has caused astonishing disruptions as sales to restaurants and other institutions mostly evaporated. Overall produce business is now operating at about 20% below. Pre pandemic projections soon, just a hint of the chaos. The farm, our folks. Yeah, it's very interesting. I would think that the slow and ripening Yes, he accumulation and light accumulation are important for that. And also if there's any if there's the If the food of the plant is still being sent to the fruit, the pepper the tomato the green, then that would slow down because the plant needs that food to make more chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is one of the number one Uses of energy in the plant, making it making it and then breaking it down because the plant tries to keep its its component parts back in the eight o'clock hour. I was talking about the pictures of tomatoes that people are sending me and they look a little smaller than normal, and maybe that's the result of decreased daylight due to smoke. And the Lady Ripening. Maybe I would think water would have something to do with that. There's a lot of factors. Yes, there are all the dogs were saying, it's time for a commercial break, and we'll take that break and come back with more of the KFBK garden show live from the beautiful on jungle here in suburban purgatory. Thanks for joining us on this September 20th year, listening to news 93.1 kfbk. News.
Los Angeles - Firefighters continue to battle fires across California
"The latest on fires burning in the west. A fire burning in the San Bernardino Mountains near Ukip is now 41% contained. The fire has burned more than 14,000 acres. The fire burning in Fresno County is now 8% contained the fire burning in the Sierra National Forest near Shaver Lake has burned nearly 202,000 acres. Fire burning near Arcadia has burned nearly 32,000 acres. Officials began evacuating the city in the area of North Elkin Avenue and these East Santa Anita Avenue this morning.
"fresno county" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"California More Rescues are taking place in Fresno County. A few dozen hikers trapped by a wildfire in the Sierra National Forest are the latest to be airlifted out by fire crews. The National Guard going in with helicopters Lorena Ciccone, waiting for her to sons and their dad to get out of there. She says she spoke to them briefly yesterday. Super anxious. I hope they don't have any damage from smoke inhalation. At one point, I heard that you couldn't even see the sun at three PM in the afternoon. Officials say the creek fire has spread rapidly since sparking Labor Day weekend field by a heat wave and wins. In the race for Corona virus vaccine, There is growing concern about whether it will be trusted by the public leaders from nine big biomedical companies have signed a pledge to make sure Coben 19 vaccine meet scientific and ethical standards. Nearly 190,000 Americans have died from Corona virus with new case is now being reported in 30 States. This is ABC News. One of the men suspected in the shooting of a sheriff's deputy in northwest Georgia has been captured. The second is still on the run and assumed to be armed. Sultan Potter and Jonathan Hosmer were wanted for burglary and car theft in Texas when they were pulled over Sunday night in Whitfield County, Georgia. Investigators say Potter in the driver's seat, opened fire, wounding a sheriff's deputy before speeding away. His truck was later found wreck But neither man was around it. Home security camera captured an image of Hosmer walking through a yard. He is back in custody. A picture of Potter taken by the injured deputy's body. Kim is being shared across the Internet. Jim Ryan ABC News The Pandemic is driving up the demand for used cars. Along with the sticker price. More people are now in the market for pre owned vehicles to avoid taking public transportation or rights years like uber more people are also looking to save money in an uncertain economy. Used car sales are up 22% from last year, and the average value has jumped by 16%. Little boy's ABC News.
Christian private school sets up defense fund to fight Fresno County COVID-19 orders
"California Christian Private school has created a legal defense fund to help feel its efforts in keeping students in classrooms and upcoming hearing in Fresnes Courthouse could determine the fate of Emmanuel schools, and really that has ignored government orders to close its campus amid the Corona virus pandemic. The Defense fund comes on the heels of a complaint filed Thursday by Fresno County authorities seeking an injunction and a judge's orders for the schools to remain close. Hosed. Other private schools across California that continue to open their doors and disregard warnings could be facing similar
"fresno county" Discussed on AP News
"Month. In other news, a pilot has died in the crash of a firefighting helicopter in Fresno County, California. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. History in the making Tonight as a black woman accepts the Democratic nomination for vice president Pamela Harris will speak tonight. So will Hillary Clinton and former president Barack Obama. President Trump says Obama has no right to criticize him. Since Trump was elected, he says, to clean up Obama's policies, the stupidity Of transactions that he made. Look what we're doing. We have our great border wall. We have security. We have Thie idea, which has been universally praised. A New Jersey judge has ruled a new election must be held in November for a disputed Patterson City Council seat. The winner Alex Mendez, is accused of fraud after hundreds of mail in ballots were found inside mailboxes. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says that's one of the cases that the president has cited in his opposition to mail in voting. He believes that voter fraud Israel in line with what we see all Ross, the country, particularly with male and ballads, which are prone to fraud. President Trump is urging people to boycott tires from Goodyear, he says Thie, Ohio based company has banned workers from wearing his red Maga hats. The company says it is banning all political apparel. The White House is demanding all United Nations sanctions be reimposed against Iran. Thousands of Californians have been forced from their homes by wildfires as crews battle wildfires. Amina stifling heat wave California Governor Gavin Newsom hundreds of fires Throughout the state of California because of this extraordinary whether thousands of people are under orders to evacuate around the San Francisco Bay area, with police and firefighters going door to door in Vacaville, I'm Jennifer King. Facebook says it will restrict the right wing conspiracy movement. Q. And on And no longer recommend that users joined groups that support it. This is AP News The government's giving all pharmacies clearance to give childhood vaccinations. Health and human services Secretary Alex Cesar is using emergency powers after declaring the Corona virus pandemic a public health emergency. It's to prevent future outbreaks of measles and other preventable diseases. Pharmacist in all 50 states will be allowed to vaccinate A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows orders for childhood vaccines from doctor's offices plummeted in late March in early April because of the pandemic did most officers were open and able to give recommended shots. I made Donahue illinoisgovernor J. B. Pritzker's touting the University of Illinois Saliva test. As a potential game changer in the fight against Kobe 19. It can produce results in hours. The university is hoping to test some 20,000 people every day when the fall semester starts next week. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Think summer's not here long so sees the sizzle with WalMart Find all your faves such as Oscar Meyer Hot Dogs, Kraft Singles and.
"fresno county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I think at a state level two way of long winded making this point, you have to be careful about taking national constructs, which may be appropriate for a nation. On having state by state constructs until and unless you consider the impacts of those decisions on your ability, retained and attract talent, individuals, companies on your competitiveness. Everything needs to be considered in that light, and I would encourage those that are making proposals in this space to consider. Those impacts in relationship to what may or may not be happening in other parts of this nation. So for me the issue of taxation The issue is for me one where as a federal construct, it means one thing, a cz, a state and even at a local level, one has to consider the impacts of these decisions. In terms of our competitive environment in terms of all of those factors, a swell Corrine Hubbard, ABC 30 Good afternoon, governor. We have a fairly sizable private religious school here in Fresno County that open or in person instruction yesterday, then got a public health officer ordered clothing yet. They opened again today. Despite that order, So can you talk to us about the consequences for that boat? The public health perspective and also the legal perspective. Yeah, I mean, I You know, I grew up. I had the privilege of leased a moment of Of education to Catholic schools. We were taught to respect rules and regulations. And so I'm disappointed obviously, that they're not abiding by their local health officer whose purpose it is simply to keep people healthy. Keep people safe, not only the kids, but The leadership of that school and others. So by definition, I'm disappointed in that, particularly someone who grew up in the church on DH. It has profound reverence. Profound reverence, not just respect for its teachings on DH. Maybe this for me. Maybe this provides a bit of a disconnect in that respect, because I think we operate from a communitarian perspective. At least. Terms of the religious teachings that I was afforded, and I think his relates this pandemic on DH. How easily transmitted this disease is Oh, and how impacted the state in our economy and our nation in the world has been that we'd all do well to abide by our local health officers. And so the system we set up was designed Exactly as it's now operating local health officer doing the right thing to the extent that the school unfortunately is choosing not to model good behavior and doing the right thing into the extent that the county will be involved in extent the state needs to be involved will consider that s so look, I'm not You know what happens in these instances? Governors or point something out, People, you know, react and everybody flexes their muscles. I'm not tryingto flex any muscle here all I am trying to encourage people to say safe. Stay healthy because my absolute goals one. I think the leaders of this school share and that's to keep our kids safe to keep them educated. Our default remains in person education. For all of the reasons that we've stated and all the reasons I know the leadership of that school believes in, But we can do that by moving quickly to eradicate, mitigate the spread of this disease, get the treatments and ultimately get to a vaccine sooner. We do that soon as we model good behavior. And don't send mixed messages. Then the sooner all of us go back to school, and we all achieve our respected goals. And so that's my hope and expectation..
"fresno county" Discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast
"You're listening to the marketing rescue podcast the weekly show where we take a look at some epic marketing failures. Along with some pretty amazing and rescues and comebacks, and now your hosts you go and chat. Hey Chad. Yeah. Do you know about the biggest marijuana bust ever in the? Of the US, swore I suppose from a global perspective? I I do not know about that growing up Utah that wasn't front-page. Probably was front page I just was. A bubble. Yeah it's July two, thousand, nine law enforcement authorities confiscated three, hundred and thirty thousand and marijuana plans. With the staggering value of one billion dollars. Wow and it was in Fresno County in California I can't believe that Oh okay. Yeah. His local run the corner from US and was called Operation Save Sierra and their bringing eighty two suspects linked to the Mexican drug cartel and they specifically plan throughout year because they were less scrutiny in the US and Mexico during the time. One billion dollars of plant. That's a lot of money. Yeah it's crazy. Couldn't believe his. But before we dive in, you had a little bit of a scare. I should say last week. What happened? Yeah I just came down with some covid type symptoms just all the things you think of when you think about covid nineteen and so that kind of gave us a little bit of a scare in of course, I isolated myself from the family and. All of that kind of stuff and thankfully the test came back negative but just the testing situation is just supporting the turnaround times are terrible and the process is very difficult and clunky. Man..
"fresno county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"One way traffic control escorts. On certain parts of that roadway in eastern Fresno County. So just heads up if you're heading that direction. More than 200 scientists now say the Corona virus is capable of staying in the air for much longer and travelling much farther. The concern is noted by the World Health Organization. But it says the science is inconclusive, mainly because scientists have not been able to grow the Corona virus in a lab from aerosols and again, it doesn't say it's impossible. Just not been confirmed, so it doesn't want to change the guidance just yet. Researchers in support of the theory say the evidence is in the spreading being seen in bars and other indoor settings. So more study should be a priority. I'm Jim Room. A 36 year old Fresno man drowns over the weekend in the waters of the San Joaquin River. Madera County Sheriff's Office says deputies were called to the river Saturday after receiving reports a man fell off an embankment. Just off of Highway 41. Cruise say they found the body identified as Martine Duran Ramirez in the water near Rio Mesa Drive, and that's is where the spot where they pronounced him dead. Three minutes after 11 o'clock, Wall Street was up more than 400 points. When I started talking three minutes ago, it's still rolling. But it's now on Ly, he says, with a wink and a smile up 3 83 Without trading a 26,000 to 10 The NASDAQ rolling as well up nearly 200 points on its own. Update your temperature for you on the outside 84 degrees. A little smoke in the air to one caused by the King's fire on the eastern side of Fresno County,.
"fresno county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Yesterday in his press conference where he warned us Don't make me stop this car. Don't make me come down there. And well, we're gonna find out OK, having a little fun You got to. I mean, when he started talking this way, and literally we saw it last week. In the rise of numbers and then starting to shut down some things over the weekend and starting in southern California, then, including us and now Mork counties that have been added to that kind of handwriting on the wall. Of what's coming our way. I've already got people tweeting me this morning and texting Mayo. We're getting shut down. We're going toe. It's all back to square one again. I don't I don't think we're going there. I don't. I don't think we're going to end up there. This is serious. If you listen to what President County health director has been telling us, you've got to take this thing seriously. When you look at the numbers, the state's not only looking at the overall case count, they're looking at something called the positivity rate. In our positivity rate is currently hovering between eight and 10%. They really want to see it less than 8% on and you know, I myself want to see it as low as possible on DSO. We're trying to set a target of 5% or less. So we're trying to get those numbers down, trying to get those percentages down, and it's a numbers game. That's basically how they look at it. They're in Sacramento. Listen, I have gotten an education on these numbers from a few weeks ago when we were trying to get some things open and how that every day I mean, they were looking at the numbers. They were, where we at now and watch happening. And are they gonna let us and are they not going to let us and The governor warned us, he said. You know, this is the dimmer and we're not turning the light switch on what is going to slowly crank it up intensive, But But if it goes bad, we're going to turn it down and Apparently it's going back. And the numbers are concerning again. The Fresno County health director just to give you a snapshot, we actually looked at the number of ice you beds that are currently occupied in the county. And we're occupying 200 out of 270 bets. Okay, 200 out of 270 bets in Fresno County. I seeyou units. Now. All of those are not related to covert 19. Roughly that number changes every day. But that means that we don't have a lot more space tow had more cases and with the case counts going up as precipitously as they are. We're quite worried that we don't have room to expand. That's not 200 Cobain patients. That's just 200 overall patients and out of those. I believe the last number I checked, it was like in the forties. So about 40 of those patients are Kobe patients. So of the 200 that are in I C U at least here in Fresno County according to these numbers, and I think this is as of yesterday. That we got 40 of those that are in their covert related that are kind of spread out across all the issues here in the county, But the rest of the I C u beds are being taken out by other very critical illnesses that are really not not going to let up just because people are suffering from Corona virus amount of fat. We're probably going to see a little bit more of it because of the shelter in place and because people were not going To the doctor. I mean, how many people do you know that didn't go to a doctor when they wanted to, or they needed to because of the shelter in place? Because doctors we're not receiving people, I mean, Dentist, especially in a lot of people with toothaches the last couple of months because of that, so in any way there's people then that we should have went and wanted to needed to go. They didn't now. Unfortunately, some of those complications have accelerated. Now they're in the hospital that that pushes everything up. Didn't that gets us in the situation that we're in with the rising number of cases that are being reported now, Of course, everybody says where the numbers are going to go up because we're testing more people. And that's true. Everybody who is testing positive doesn't mean they're ready to go into an ICU unit. It means they tested positive. I was talking Tio person of the day in one of our meetings, and they knew a friend that had tested positive and I'm so it will tell me all about it. And they had a sore throat had a little bit of a cough. And there it works at a wait a minute. You need to go get that tested. They never thought anything. They weren't feeling anything other than just A little cough and a sore throat when I got tested, and yes, they have got it. And so they quarantine themselves got away from the family symptoms increased a little bit, They said it was like a mild flu. A little bit of nausea. Little bit of you noticed the aches and pains that go with the flu, but said it wasn't anything that was severe by any means. And now they're on the other side of it. They still tested positive. You know, you've got to get a couple of hours. Of negative tests before you can get back into the public, and they said it's still tested positive last time, But I'm I'm feeling a whole lot better. Don't don't have those symptoms anymore. So just because you test positive doesn't mean you're about to know you need to fill out your last will and testament..
"fresno county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Because this is basically where you guys are common. People from California come to Idaho all the time. Why not? Why not have be guest host and tell you why Idaho is so much better than where you are, except We're all in this together. Well. Yeah, I can't stand that saying Either way. We have the same things going on here in Ada County. That's where Boise, Idaho is, as you guys have going on in Fresno, Fresno County. We had The government closed the bars. Just last week again. Because apparently they think that's going to keep people safe. We're being told we're being recommended. In fact, we're even having our government. In a nice manner. Just try to have us pledge to wear masks, and that's where I want to start this show. But before I get to that Me tell you a little bit about me and who I am. I am loud. I am annoying. I am a pain in the rear end. I am argumentative by nature. That's just who I am. What I am is I'm just here with you, folks. I do not own any PhDs certifications. I'm just a guy at the same bar with you. I'm drinking with you. I'm eating with you. Living in this same mess. That is 2020 with you. We're gonna get through it together. Even if it means we're gonna complain and yell out stuff together. Why do you guys want to ban traveled Idaho? Why? As we say in Idaho that a boy can play boy sports girls can't play Boy sports Boys can't play girls sports because we don't want people to be able to change their burst defecate. Think about it, folks. That's what we have going on here and you could be a part of this program for 90 58 58. That's 49058581 807 76 58 58. That's 1 807 76 58 58 We'll get you in there as soon as possible. Story that I kept on reading about all weekend long. It was the first time that I had ever heard. Any quotes having to do with the Playboy interview Normally, when I normally when.
"fresno county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Contacts with Russia's ambassador became irrelevant because there were recordings of the phone calls Bob Costantini Washington Wall Street currently hovering around twenty seven three hundred valley weather right now mostly sunny eighty eight at Radio City today hot high of ninety eight clear skies overnight a low of sixty nine and then your Thursday mostly sunny and hot or high of one hundred and one this news update is sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy tired of being tracked online DuckDuckGo can help they help millions of people like you take control of their personal information online and with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified with news on the hour on the half and when it breaks I'm Liz Kern newstalk five eighty one oh five nine KM J. if you're in business is looking to hire employees the new employment opportunities program or neo for short has a great pool of job ready candidates made possible by the Fresno county department of social services and Fresno county economic development corporation neo provides a wage reimbursement to businesses that hire qualified candidates for up to one year where can you find these candidates and learn more about me I don't go to ready the number two higher dot org again that's ready than ever to hire dot org you've done it you've worked hard to own your own home now why not make your homework for you first California federal credit union offers competitive and aggressive home equity rates with quick turnaround and with one hundred percent live and local service with home values continuing to soar now is the time to get what you deserve whether you're looking to remodel the kitchen does solar create that luxury day spa like bathroom or more let first California make your dreams a reality stop in the first California federal credit union today and speak to a live in local loan specialist they'll listen to your needs and get you the absolute best rate they can.
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"Wants and at the moment is the staff person who works directly for the prize the United States and he should have people the trusted values and the president seems to trust in value Pompeii much more than he did Bolton on key initiatives such as warm relations with north Korea's Kim Jong moon and inviting Taliban leaders to camp David we all have our candidate if there were many times in basketball than I disagree that's to be sure built in may of sealed his fate when staff close to him leaked out vice president Mike pence did not agree with the camp David invite Bob Constantini the White House a suspect wanted for shooting a four year old is twenty nine year old father outside of a hand for gas station has turned himself into police police sergeant Justin valance says the shooting took place near twelve Avenue in Hanford are Mona road just before two AM on Sunday they encountered two subjects inside the gas station some words were exchanged outside and that led to inside three nine year old victim was hit three times in the upper torso and the four year old child was hit in the head but the young boys one was not considered life threatening yesterday twenty six year old Luis Castillo turned himself into detectives he was booked for attempted murder and other charges officers are still actively looking for the second suspect twenty six year old Luiz abi love an expansion of the California September eleventh memorial in Clovis is unveiled just in time for the eightieth anniversary of the attacks on the US the first part of the expansion of the California nine eleven memorial of the Clovis campus of what was palco include scaled down replicas of the twin towers and the Pentagon as well as a new bronze sculpture this is really a living museum for students to come to read the story boards see the names of the first responders who answered the call of duty when most people would run away California nine. eleven memorial foundation executive director Anna Borja says this is just the first phase of its expansion plans future additions will include tributes to military and police as well as a memorial for the Shanksville plane attack and this site in Clovis will host the largest September eleventh memorial gathering on the west coast beginning at eight thirty Wednesday morning Ruth Michael's K. M. J. news Fresno county now has two billion dollar crops KMG Zach director don York has details both almonds and grapes generated more than a billion dollars a piece of the new Fresno county crop report overall gross value of all county cross totaled nearly seven point nine billion dollars which is more than a twelve percent increase from the previous year Fresno county ag commissioner Melissa creek is included in the two thousand and eighteen carport over three hundred different commodities seventy six of which have a gross value in excess of one million dollars Fresno county farm bureau CEO Ryan Jacob said this year's crop report also reflects what having a sufficient water supply means economically for this region the top five Fresno county crops are all men's grades the stash heels poultry in garlic this report is sponsored by Gus the autonomous orchard sprayer that's leading agriculture into the future John York KPMG news on Wall Street the Dow is down twenty six points twelve oh four K. M. J. valley weather right now sunny seventy five at radio city high today eighty three clear overnight low of fifty nine and then sunny for your Wednesday a high of eighty eight with news on the hour on the half of when it breaks I'm Liz Kern newstalk five eighty one oh five nine K. M. J. for nearly twenty years the word freedom has reigns supreme and a good feed store and also with mine doors men of this product as a user of a good feet arch supports for almost twenty years.
Man dies after choking during taco-eating contest at Minor League Baseball game
"All the time guy California died after a taco eating contest at a minor league baseball game what do collapses during a taco eating contest that was hosted by minor league baseball team this Tuesday night guiding Dana Hutchings forty one given the highly maneuver in CPR by paramedics at a baseball stadium when he was rushed to the Fresno California regional Medical Center where he died on arrival okay formation officer for the Fresno county coroner's office confirmed the guys identity and told fox news they have not ruled the cause of death yet the Fresno Grizzlies reportedly released a statement saying that he would not comment further until further information becomes
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"Four nine fifty eight fifty eight or eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight of you have a question for Brad. Let's head back over the phones right now. And say Hello to Steven Steven. You're on KABC. Good morning. Is my father just recently passed away at me and my mom, I know he paid off his house, and everything that we can't find it. Law that way. Gets take ownership of eight or okay, so she doesn't actually have to have the d that's been recorded at the county. Is it in Fresno? Yeah. Fresno county. Okay. So you can go down. You can get online and look up the deed to see how the most recent DNC, how it's on title or you can go down to the hall of records onto Larry downtown and go up to the third floor, and they can get you the most recent the they won't research property. They won't go back further, but they'll get to the most recent deed. So if your mother and father were husband and wife has joint tenants when she passes the property automatically passes to or if their husband wife is community property. It would have automatically passed to her, and there's nothing she needs to do. She just owns it. But you need to get the need and see how they had vested their titled just to see it. You can look it up online, or you can go in person. If you need a copy of the deed, there is a small fee to get that cop. What it is a bucket a page or something like that. But, but they would help you and tell you where to go and how to do it or look on their computer. They're for free when you're there to look the deed up as well. That can tell you how to do that. Great. That was my question. Thank you very much. You got it. Thanks for the call, fifty eight fifty eight that's four nine zero five eight five eight or eight hundred seventy seven six fifty eight fifty eight. That was an easy one. Yeah. That's, that's the ones I like they're easy. I actually enjoy going down to the hall of records. Because there's a lot of cool stuff down there. I was just down there the other day. I did not enjoy being there. I went to record a document, and they make new rules constantly about how you can what you can and can't record and how you can record it in every county every Clark has their own rules. It what you could record into. Tillery county can't be recorded. In Fresno county, we do mcgarry can't be, you know, h one, and I happen to have one of these documents that this is the way that the online form. This is exactly the way it is set up in the only thing that has put the name in the legal description, and they don't like the way the notary Gerard is on it because the signers are below of thing on the not threat. Nope. We're not recording that document. And I got met him get online and show me they had about ten of them recorded just like that. Nope. We, we shouldn't be accepting. Those we can't say you got to go back and find the people and have them sign again and get it notarized again to record a document. So it wasn't that much fun picky picky. A lot of people don't like to record their own stuff because of that issue. You know, they'll. And sometimes the, the clerk can be so picky. So you know, there's a little blur in the stamp on the notary stamp on it. We're not going to accept that. Oh, really? He's just got to watch it very very closely. Of course, the California law. The seventy five dollars per document fee that you have to pay to record these plus the stuff now. And last it's transferring a principal residence to an owner occupant, everything else. And then it depends on how many titles are on it. So remember, we had the guy that was asking, how did he get charged so much to reconveyed the loan off of his property? Yeah. It's because there were two titles. One was when was substitution of trustee. And the other was reconveyance. So that was two titles, even though as one page of seventy five dollars for each of those two titles which made the hundred and fifty dollars plus the twenty eight dollar thirty eight dollar recording fee. So it was one hundred and eighty eight dollars California law says that they shouldn't charge you more than the reasonable fee to record it. And that the reasonable fee, shouldn't exceed forty five dollars. That law was in two thousand and apparently that laws. No longer very accurate. Because the actual recording fee for that to title documents one hundred and eighty eight dollars not, not. That's a little more than forty five that's getting pricing. A little more than forty five dollars. And where is that seventy five dollars per title to create more low income housing? The fund is for the money that you pay. Well, a four hundred thousand dollars a home. Yeah, thanks, a lot of seventy five dollars. That's right. Fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seven seven six fifty eight fifty eight. You're listening to real talk on KM Jay, we'll be right back..
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"But right now, the mountains and the monoliths surrounding the majestic valley are pretty much covered it a fresh snow cover fresh white powder. If you were standing atop the half dome yesterday, you might feel like you're at the center of a snow globe. The winter conditions arrived with all that moisture from the storm. That's wept. The Sierra Wednesday through Friday of last week blasting the higher elevations with fresh powder. Of course, they saw more snow Saturday and could even see some more today. Saturday sunday. Monday. According to a park spokesperson, as you drive into the valley and gaze up at cooks. Meadow at the higher points. You see lots of snow. It's beautiful in your seventy national park. Now, they say it's not uncommon to see some flurries. In the Sierra in may. But heavy snow dumps like this. That's not the norm unusual to see this amount of snow this time of year, according to a forecaster with the national weather service office in hands furred that usually, the season ends in the middle of low middle or late April. Snowfall totals are not officially available yet because the two weather spotters, who offer reports from told them meadows were not in the park this past week, there was a nearby. Fresno county location in the high Sierra. The picked up two feet of snow with that storm. And they believe that you semi's peaks, probably saw similar totals Cup of a couple of feet of fresh snow. All right ahead of the unsettled weather glacier point, was the road was closed there with two more systems that were slated to slam the Sierra, not sure when that's going to open coincidentally, that closure came less than a week after you'll semi announced the clearing. Of the sixteen mile long road preparing for the summer season. I guess they're going to be clearing it again. Right. The park is advising travelers be prepared for winter conditions on into early this week for those driving along the highway one, forty the one twenty highway forty one all areas were chains may be required in roads, maybe even temporarily closed. They don't with this all all weekend. The highway one twenty that traverses the park that, that's the one that's actually been closed since the start of the winter. They know once winter sets in, they don't even mess with it. Until the springtime rolls around which would typically be by now. They still do not have a projected date for opening that one. All right. There you go. It's about eight before the hour. We'll return after this on America's trucking network. Eighty six burglars were asked, how they broke into.
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"Fresno county department of public health details at the bugs continued activity as pushed back the day when the season should be over instead of march thirty first which was actually last sunday it's now april thirtieth with possibility could be pushed back even further but the central message is the ellis is still spreading i mean occupation considered the best offense back bean is the best resource we have available to fight this disease letitia bubba with fresno county department of public health recommends if anyone six months or older the county health department uses that resource that vaccine to protect our community the extended end date also means unvaccinated health campus now will be wearing masks until the flu season is over dominate mcandrew camden us a growing national emergency that's the message from president trump after he seemed to back off on the threat to close the entire border with mexico perhaps the president is worried that his easing up on the idea of some kind of closing we'll get legislators to relax but he tweets congress must get together and immediately eliminate the loopholes at the border if no action border or larger sections of border will close this is a national emergency bob costantini reporting the chief of clovis police is speaking out about a pair of proposed state laws supporting one in opposing the other the first is s._p. two thirty which has the support of chief matt basketball bill allows for additional training for police officers that's clear standards there's more funding that goes into training police officers but the chief is opposed to a._b. three ninety two dangerous for law enforcement allows for a lot of monday morning quarterback on officers decision wants to change the hallel use of forces used but it's done in the hindsight and there's no training provided both are making their way through committee in sacramento the latest measure of the snowpack in the sierra nevada continues to show a very positive outlook for the state's water supply.
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"Addictive chemical. Good morning is eleven all three on the Saturday. I ride the Carey in the K MJ newsroom. A man is an well. He is in his thirties. And he's in the hospital after an officer involved shooting in the Mayfair district. The Fresno county sheriff's office says a woman called dispatchers to report a man was threatening to kill her family. Member cameras lists Kern has more from the scene. The shooting took place on the thirty four hundred block of east circle cord near Clinton infers Fresno county sheriff's deputies responded shots were fired. We spoke with Caesar who lives in the neighborhood and says the man who was hit lives in the home will now listen to the officers orders. He wasn't being compliant. The man was rushed to the hospital emergency surgery. No, deputies were injured in the shooting reporting from central Fresno. Liz Curran, Cam J news. And we have more information here. The sheriff's office released more details to us saying deputies were confronted by the man and ordered him to get back and dropped the knife many times he. Refused and a deputy fired his handgun the suspect's name is not being released, and he is in stable condition in the hospital the union representing support staff at Fresno county. Superior court says that they want to strike, according to a letter from the service employees international union walkout is set to begin. No sooner than this Tuesday. January fifteenth the court states negotiations with the S E U local five twenty one have failed to reach a middle ground despite concessions made by made by relating to pay time off the court apologizes for any inconvenience the action may have to Fresno county residents have died from flu related illnesses. The department of public health says to adults a man and a woman are the first people under the age of sixty five to die in the county this flu season health educator. Letitia Berber says getting vaccinated will offer the best protection. Also understood. So you can take he can cover your car. Stay home when you're sick and call your doctor right away. You start seeing those symptoms in yourself, and the CDC is estimating six million Americans or more have already gotten sick from flu this season. Forty two people have died since October here in California. California's department makes its case as part of.
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"O'clock. I'm Liz Kern live in the Cam J newsroom, Fresno county reporting, it's first influenza related deaths. The department of public health has received confirmation that to adult Fresno county residents, a male and a female are the first. Influenza associated deaths in Fresno county younger than sixty five years of age the county saying it's a somber reminder to vaccinate a rookie. Police officer is shot and killed last night in Davis, Natalie corona was the daughter of a law officer, she completed the police academy in July and finished her field training in December. She had been out patrolling on her own for just a few weeks. Chief Daryl Powell says he she was shot while responding to a three-car crash last night. Now is twenty two years old and is survived by her parents the cases currently under investigation at this point. We've turned over the investigation to the second the sheriff's department. The male suspect was found dead inside of a home near fifth and east street in Davis with what police there say appears to be a self inflicted, gunshot wound. A man is arrested after officers fired him outside the vice Ilya mall yesterday. KM is Ruth Michaels has more details, according to police the call came through just before five pm. After a report of a possibly arm person driving, a stolen vehicle before he could be reached the individual got into a white sedan and refused demands to get out. Police say the suspect tried to accelerate towards the officers forcing them to fire rounds at the car, which then sped away more officer shot at the car, which then came to a stop in the north parking lot of the mall, and the person inside the vehicle was forced out by Celje. Police say it was treated and transferred to the hospital. The investigation into this officer involved shooting is now being handled by the Larry county sheriff's office Ruth, Michael's KM changes new details. The suspect now identified as thirty six year old Richard Sylvester Garcia. He was booked on two counts of assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer and two charges for being a felony possession of a firearm and stolen property. The house passes a Bill ensuring that furloughed for Lord forlorn federal workers will get their back pay. Linda Kenyon has the latest from Capitol Hill the Bill passed by a vote of four hundred eleven to seven with all seven. Votes against the Bill coming from Republicans. The vote came on the twenty first day of the partial government shutdown and on the same day. Furloughed federal workers were set to miss their first paychecks the Bill earlier passed unanimously in the Senate and President Trump says he will sign it. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill the battle over birth control is back in court came Jay's Aaron abatement reports of federal judges to your arguments over California's attempt to rock new rules by the Trump administration, which allow more employers to state religious objections to providing birth control benefits. Those rules are set to go into effect on Monday Judge would Gilliam in Oakland is to decide later today. Whether he'll issue a preliminary injunction, temporarily stopping the rules US department of Justice says the rules protect the small group of objectors violating their beliefs, but California and other states argue that the changes would force women to turn to state funded programs birth control, potentially lead to unintended pregnancies aired obeyed you game Jay news over to Wall Street where the Dow. How is down seventy six points eleven oh three AM J valley weather, right now, partly cloudy. Fifty one at Radio City. We could see a couple of showers this afternoon..
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"J newsroom, Fresno county reporting, it's first influenza related deaths. The department of public health has received confirmation that to adult Fresno county residents, a male and a female are the first. Influenza associated deaths in Fresno county younger than sixty five years of age the county saying it's a somber reminder
Man found guilty of random shootings in Fresno County
"Northern California. Not far from Fresno was caused by vehicle. The US forest service yesterday said investigators determined that a hot catalytic converter ignited dry roadside vegetation. However, investigators have identified the vk vehicle. We're talking about the Ferguson fire that began on July thirteenth along highway one forty in the Sierra national forest, and it's about forty five minutes northeast of Fresno. It was contained August after burning nearly ninety seven thousand acres and two national forests and your semi national park. It's currently seventy degrees with clear skies northwest rest now, I rod mccarey NewsTalk five eighty one five nine AM Jay
Woman found dead, three people missing in Arizona boat crash
"Arizona authorities say they found the body of a woman who was among four people missing after two boats crashed on the Colorado river of a hobby county sheriff's spokesperson says fifty one year old. Christie, Lewis was found earlier today in a section of the river that borders, California, and Arizona. Lewis was a California resident, but her hometown has not been released. The search is continuing for the three other missing people who are presumed dead authorities, say none of those on the two boats was wearing life
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Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations
"Eight stop wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death continue to ravage california as a heat wave sweeps the southern part of the state authorities say a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above go lita santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more farther south of fire in the san bernardino national forest grew to one thousand acres and prompted the evacuation of forest falls a town of about seven hundred homes in san diego county a handful of fires prompted evacuation orders for more than one thousand homes one blaze reportedly burned at least five homes in alpine the county fire and napa county and yolo county continues to burn up to about eighty nine thousand acres and the last report about forty two to forty three percent contained is also a fire about fifteen thousand acres in lake county it's called a ponti fire and it's ninety five percent contained so it's just about out there will be boxing at the save mart center today with doors opening at four pm however there will not be about between jose ramirez and danny o'connor o'connor collapse that his way in yesterday suffering from dehydration which was caused by his trying to make weight he was subsequently hospitalized now the under cards will move up to be the main event the department of public health this confirming the first case of west nile virus in fresno county for two thousand eighteen officials say there have been nine symptomatic cases throughout the state of california no fatalities residents are being urged to use repellent and other methods of reducing contact with mosquitoes fresno police continue to search for the suspect to shot a man in the face thursday night shots bader said officers to the parking lot of a liquor store on butler and chestnut in the southeast portion of the city round ten thirty pm there a man in his forties was shot in the face but officers say the wounds not life threatening and he is expected to survive officers are now investigating this shooting is gang related and they ask anyone with information to gaul valley crime stoppers the.
Women can’t be paid less than men based on previous job salary, appeals court rules
"Help secure the border with mexico california has yet to save it's deploying guard troops stock futures are significantly higher this morning hours after china's president promised to cut china's auto tariffs and improve intellectual property protection easing some fears of a trade war and equal pay federal court ruling may well be appealed to the supreme court relying on a woman's previous salary to determine her pay for a new job perpetuates disparities in the wages of men and women and is illegal when it results in higher pay for men so unanimous ruling by eleven judge panel of the ninth circuit appeals court in san francisco fresno county california school employees sued after learning over lunch with colleagues in two thousand twelve that she made thousands of dollars less than her male counterparts the court says that violates the federal equal pay act because the previous salaries were the result of gender bias abc's abc's chuck seaver and a new study says letting teen girl sleeping goes a long way toward improving both their sleep and their moods the sleep research society conducted the study at an all girls school in singapore researchers found delaying the school start.
Workers injured in liquid chemical plant explosion in Texas
"Yeah fresno cumulus radio fifty four degrees at radio city at twelve noon i'm lisburn live in the cam j newsroom and now on amazon alexa casualties are being reported as a new pedestrian bridges collapsed at florida international university the death toll around five or six according to cnn those numbers could rise one woman watching from her office the bridge that just collapsed out of nowhere there's stuck into their workers are heard helping workers they're pulling workers out there definitely people stop under fire officials working to free the cars trapped under a nine hundred fifty ton section rescued people being taken to a nearby trauma center the bridge just opened a few days ago this story is developing a gas explosion at a chemical plant in hood county texas this morning one man remains missing another has been airlifted to a hospital with serious burns the try him industries plan about fifty miles south west of dallas emergency responders were evacuated because of fears of another explosion emergency crews say ablaze at a double wide mobile home outside of selma this morning could have been far worse the call sent to fresno county fire to the area floral and chestnut around six thirty a m battalion chief jeremiah whitworth says the.