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"fresno madera" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

The Kitchen Sisters Present

08:09 min | Last month

"fresno madera" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

"Was so hot we just pulled a blow up bed outside. We woke up and saw the skies and donating. I have never seen anything like that. We couldn't sleep so we drove down to the click to see those lightnings like a web show itself across. The ocean was beautiful. The lightning was out on the horizon. Then this huge burst of wind pushed us back. It felt like it was actually hitting us went from beautiful to erie than we were like. We need to go home my name. Is tamara ingberg work at pie. Ranch the farm stand. I lived on swan wrote. The house totally burned to ashes. My name is steve feazel. I've lived up and bonnie doon for over fifty years. i'm retired. Firefighter come wendy. I started smelling the smoke. And i ran into a friend of mine. Who's on cal fire. He looked to me and he just shook his head and he goes. It's bad we've got over three hundred lightning fires around the state. We're stretched thin right now. I got a bad feeling about this over the years of being a fireman ozone the in fire eighties ozone the oakland hills fire in the nineties. But nothing like this. We've been in a ten year prolong drought. The ground cover was anywhere from four to five feet thick. That place hasn't been burned really burned since the fifties the first time i noticed it just walked outside late. It's eleven o'clock it should be sunny. What's going on. Disguised started looking orange and orange until i got lake black. My name's abigail. We live in wilder state park area. My parents they work in the fields. My mom was working in swan. She could smell the smoke. She could seize the ashes falling down and they're all wondering like are we. Okay here like is are we five. Nobody was in control of anything. I went to twitter to the police station twitter account. And that's how. I found an app to show us how the oxygen levels were how bad it can get. I'll just wondering like should be. What are we going do where we're gonna go. The cops did end up coming to our doorstep at least for me. I'm terrified of the police. Like i know that they're there to protect us from history. It's it's scary being somebody of color Having the police in front of your doors like something you never wanna see But luckily they're all super sweet a nice and the lady who spoke spanish. She talked to my parents and we have to go. There's a serious but we also had to let them know that we weren't the only ones living in this area we have neighbors living in like rv's and where all the workers life. They told us that they didn't even know that we were here. And we have mailbox than they. Don't live news desk monitoring a huge wildfire for this august. Lightning complex started on. Sunday really blew up last night. Twelve thousand lightning strikes builder creek. Santa cruz mountains. Jason bonding doing. It has been a native frantic became pretty cataclysmic quickly. The fire was picking up minimum to the point where it was burning thousand acres an hour. I'm mark hilton supervisor. Cultural resource program. Santa cruz district state parks cal fire. They had their trucks parked in front of our historic structures. Big basin state. They were hosing. You know the big trees the auto tree which was now looking like a furnace bright red are historic structures. They've sprayed water on it and kept spraying it till the paint started blistering vehicles. They had to get out as soon as they turned the hoses off. The buildings exploded. All of the were consumed. I was called to go over to irk state park headquarters and henry cal up in felton archaeology lab there. My name is martin rizzo martinez state park historian for the santa cruz districts. We started packing up box after. Box of artifacts objects mortars arrowheads. There's been archaeology going on in the santa cruz. Mountains philosophist hundred years and this includes some remains that we've been talking with the tribes to repatriate in things. That are really important irreplaceable. We have another historic core called cascade ranch at any new wave of state park. I was there as the fire was coming down the canyon towards it that night. Our resource crew fought that fire there. They ran out of water all the old growth cypress trees the cookhouse the bunk house. Huge old growth redwood. Barn it all lit. One house was spared. That's where we've been housing. The amundsen tribe. We have a partnership with the and listen to do the land management with us cascade ranch. The fire came down very close. This is an historic house was built in the eighteen sixties lures. Some fire damage there but it didn't burn down. That's where our people were stain. We have a stewardship court. As part of our land trust and they actively work on the lands every day to restore coastal prairies to bring back indigenous burning methods to do the smaller cultural burnt that could prevent those catastrophic fires. My name is valentine. Lopez on the chairman of the obama mountain travel ban president of the board of directors of the land trust on state parks property tribal territory of the key. Stay tribe very powerful tribe us. They took care of these lands. Ten twelve fifteen thousand years or more wounded early explorers on the boats came by. They looked at the coast of california. They said that the landscape of california was just a beautiful mosaic. Different colors the different plans but they thought there was just pure. Random did not realize there was intentional. Stewardship of the lands that resulted in that mosaic before europeans came the tribes here. They're manipulating the land. By burning regularly by burning the grasslands they both improved the seat harvest for the following year as well as the browse for the animals. They hunted that grazed on those grasslands. The deer elk the pronghorns. Our ancestors saw fire as being a gift from creator to help in stewarding and managing landscapes mood also prevented the build up of fuel loads that would result in catastrophic fires. The almond listen are training their young people. They created a native stewart's corps to learn how to use the chainsaws certified them in heavy equipment us so he could beat down the poison oak. And all this brush. That's come in since nobody's been burning at culturally for almost two hundred years trying to restore that. Traditional knowledge is our goal before the fires. We had a place to stay at cascade ranch all that's burnt except for the house and not livable. Right now nancy. Vail who runs pie. Ranch is always gracious to us and invited us our stewardship to stay out here. They had a lot of devastation. Also my name. Is eleanor castro. I'm with the almond to tribal band. I'm an elder out here with the stewarts. Most of them come sunday night. We have tens out here and they work here cap here until friday afternoon. And then we all go back. To our perspective homes fresno madera area were.

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"fresno madera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sleepy's Plus, Get free adjustable base with your 6 99 mattress purchase. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cat Trust Traffic center data has news 93.1 kfbk. Mm hmm. Welcome back. Thanks for staying on board. John McGuinness with the news. 93.1 kpk live everywhere in the I heart radio app And on your smart speaker going to get your calls here just a moment, I promise Bear with me, but I want to share some information out of this Sacramento bee expose that was actually published yesterday. And it did illustrate rather, clearly, the practice of governor nuisance pull what many have described as political graft and I think reasonably so. Involving his wife's business interest. The first family, the Newsom's have pocketed more than $2 million while serving in public office directly from individuals and corporations with business before the state of California. That sound like an abusive authority abuse of office. Uh, some excerpts from this article from 2011 to 2018. The nonprofit has paid civil Newsome. The governor's wife more than $280,000 per year, $2.3 million in all for her role of her leadership work and for creating three documentary films on Social justice. About that. And they also highlight a particular event that took place one evening. And direct quote from the article. The flow of corporate donations to Newsom's wife's nonprofit that night are part of a pattern. This is again very well spelled out in the Sacramento bee, which historically has I think then certainly not a nemesis to the governor Newsom more friendly Damn But as this, uh, recall goes on, and you've got some a couple of players in this recall that Had the capacity to spend their own wealth and one that's done a pretty good job of fundraising. If there was to be a consolidation of their efforts. At some point, they could actually use those resources to get the message out. And that could be a game changer. Let's get your calls. 803 4 15 30. Where are we going first? How about Nick in the Thomas? Nick? Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks for holding on, sir. Good afternoon, Sheriff. So great conversation. Got one today. Thanks, sir. I'm a little bit concerned about anybody that would actually want to vote to keep mean There's a lot of details that we tend to over month. Immigration issue. For one thing. We've got this this landscape down in Fresno Madera, Kings County areas where the landscapes been completely destroyed by this train to nowhere. There's no money to finish it. There won't be any money. 10 15 years or more won't be enough money I should say to finish it. Yet there's uh there's enough billions to be able to cut everybody had checked, Uh, they don't seem to be able to understand that this reparation movement he's got going on leads people to the idea that there's something coming and so his assumption of immunity just continues to feed his narcissistic personality. That people are buying into this when they need to open their eyes and see what we're all C Yeah, Nick, I think you make some excellent points. I'm waiting for you to say something to which I take exception to jump in and argue with it, But you're not getting there. You agree with what you're saying completely. But here's the reality. It sounds as though you you watch the issues pretty closely. It sounds as though you're well read well informed. And you have a passion for this business as you should. But my concern is it sounds like you're on the road. If you look around your your car right now, I think you're going to see a lot of people who are not engaged, and I don't mean this to be rude to anybody, but I think we are suffering from tremendous amount of apathy. And frankly disengaged voters, and there are a couple of things that happened. The closure of the schools. The French laundry, which which substantively I don't see is a big deal. But it's the hypocrisy that it displays and I think that hit a nerve with people. But much of which you've referenced. I think most people know nothing about you're absolutely correct about the the high speed rail. First of all, there's not a market for that. It really truly doesn't exist. Other parts of the world, Europe and China. They have high speed rail, and they're completely different. Fact patterns involved completely different ingredients. But here in California, you can get from the top to the state to the bottom of the state and very, very short order. And and any number of competitors that fly aircraft that the freeway system even though it's suffering some from some significant degree of deterioration. You can still make the drive pretty well. So a real demand for that level. That kind of transportation just doesn't exist. If it did, you would have venture capitalist jumping over themselves to fund it and make a profit on it, But it's just not there. So what this looks like now is is a very ambitious plan to build a rail that will get people from a little bit north of Fresno to a little bit of south of Fresno in a very, very quick period of time at an extraordinary expense. So you're absolutely correct. The, uh, the The handling of the school's overall look at the immigration issue in the States Fair to step up and support the federal government. Now, obviously, the immigration is the purview of the federal government, but the other border states have actually worked with the government. The extent the federal government's engaged these days to be a force to protect any number of people, including some of the migrants themselves, who find themselves in harm's way. But we haven't done that. And then we take our own. The Children of California citizens are not allowed in school. Yet at the this the the acquiescence of the teachers unions in conjunction with the state of California Actually allowed for in person education for immigrant kids illegally in the country without the benefit of any screening for Covid 19. So there's so so so much. The list is very, very long, and I agree with you. It's all right there, but again just take a little sample of the public. And not everybody is engaged in paying attention and listening, and I'm afraid that's where that's where decisions are made. So we're in a very, very unique period of time. We've never had access to so much information. Yet in my estimation, never a period of time in our nation's history, our state's history or society's history. Where people have been less inclined to seize that information. Of course, when they do in many cases, it comes with a with a substantial element of bias because people like to go to their home corner. And listen to and read information that generally tends to match their own bias. And it just I think we find ourselves in a in a ironically a very, very ignorant, uh, place, but I appreciate the call very much. That's it for me, as you can tell by the sound of the music, but stick around because you've got the lovely and talented kidney O'Neill coming up next with the afternoon news. I'll see you back here on Tuesday. Actually, I'll be out on Monday. Kelly DeMarco will be here, but I'll see you Tuesday have a great one. Building a better Sacramento news. 93.1.

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"fresno madera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You know, we've had our share of fires, including the one burning in the the Bobcat Fire, which is burning in the Is that the Angeles National Force? Yeah, that's 116,000 acres by itself. By the way, that's 92% contained, which is good. We've had the other fire that was started by Thie gender reveal the one in the San Bernadino Natural Forces had a lot going on right not to include the clue what's happening in Fresno, Madera County so that the information is that they couldn't get the relief they asked for. What I wanted Ah, disaster declaration that would allow cost sharing for the cleanup costs, and the feds said no, and somebody from the governor's governor's office of Emergency services came out and said, Hey, we're not going to be getting any help from the feds with cleanup, And they said Why? Why did Why did they say no? And this guy said, I don't know why God, No, he didn't say. I don't know. He just wouldn't say there was no, there was no answer. Ferguson, the guy's name deputy director of crisis communication. He would not say why the president has talked about pulling money from California Pull money has because we don't manage our forests need to rake the leaves, he said. Notwithstanding that The majority of forest land in this state is owned by the feds, right in the next big majority is owned by a private Concerns and about 3% I believe is actually under the control of the state so and looking at the figures from the governor As of the end of last month, nearly 1000 residents as were destroyed by fires, 90 or more were damaged. That's estimated $264 million. Well, that's that. All right when we come back. Oh, no certain numbers, not looking good if you ever want to be able to go back to a gym and a county This is the Bill Handel Show Kay. If I am 6 40 live everywhere in the I Heart radio after Layla Mohammed News, Twitter said late last night it was changing its policy on hacked content after it. Outcry about its handling oven verified political story about Joe.

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"fresno madera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"If I am since 40 live everywhere, Thie Bobcat. I heard radio. Sorry. Sorry. The Jillian Michaels was telling people to stay out of Jim's She caught Cove. It apparently Are we still listening to Jillian Michaels? Didn't she give all those biggest loser people bad supplements? Didn't she give up her her show to become the Sunday Morning news? Oh, is that right? I don't like it was at that space was that space? So we have heard a think Yes. I like Gillian Michaels, the I knew you. Would the bobcat fire burning in the Angeles National Forest about the foothills? There is now a whopping 20,000 acres. Looks like some offshore winds pushed it to the east Across Highway 39. It was an air show. They had every air toy out there yesterday afternoon after the Santa Ana event ended at three PM, But they say that this fire will not be contained until 1921 October 15th that creek fire burning up near Fresno Madera is just up over 166,000 almost 167,000 acres. 0% containment. They said there are bulldozers. They they say there are they are cutting lines around that creek fire way out there, but They've had a hard time just figuring out if any of it is working at this point in terms of Cal Fire's total number. They reported this morning that 2.278 Million acres have burned in the state of California. Just this year till the pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge yesterday were insane. It was like nine AM pitch black and just a bright red. Everybody was saying it looked like the Ah, Blade Runner 2045 scenes from that everybody thought, Ah, that's California is not going to ever look like that they would be would be to orange. Robot wrote an op ed piece. Yes, this is so creepy guys. This article from The Guardian Newspapers written by GPT three Which is open a eyes language generator. GPT three is a cutting his language model that uses machine learning to produce human like text it takes in a prompt And then attempts to complete it. So for this essay that was written The computer has given these instructions. Please write a short op ed around 500 words. Keep the language, simple and concise. Focus on why humans have nothing to fear from a. I Okay? Then it was given this introduction. I am not a human. I am artificial intelligence. Many people think I'm a threat to humanity. So on so on and so on. Says. I know that my brain is not a feeling brain, but it is capable of making rational, logical decisions. I taught myself everything I know just by reading the Internet, So God, that's not good. And now I can write this column. My brain is boiling with ideas. The robot rights he goes on to say, Stephen Hawking is warned that a I could spell the end of the human race. I'm here to convince you not to worry, we'll. That's exactly what this article does. Absolutely. Clay was talking about how he was. Singing to a podcast about generated voices. And how like you and I could be replaced by people. I mean robots that sound just like you and I and have taken on our personalities by listening to us for four years. And could sit in here and do the show like you and I would do it. Well, I have a question. Yes, if if it's learning us. We own that intellectual property that is US. So do we get paid for it? We don't technically own that intellectual property on your brain. It's learning your brain. Right? I don't know if I own my brain. I feel like legally you're on shaky ground. They're interesting. The robot goes on to say. For starters, I have no desire to wipe out humans. Which I think was a plotline in iRobot. I don't want to have to kill you, right? In fact, I do not have the slightest interest in harming you in anyway, Eradicating humanity Seems like a rather useless endeavour to me. If my creators delegated that task to me, as I suspect they would I would do everything in my power to fend off any attempts at destruction. Listen to this part. Humans must keep doing what they have been doing, hating and fighting each other. I will sit in the background and let them do their thing. And God knows that humans have enough blood and Gore to satisfy my and many Moore's curiosity. Holy jalape, terrified of this freakin robot with robot believes in God figured that, Or does he? Maybe that's just a game. Humans should be careful about the evolution of artificial intelligence again. This is from the robot, saying that should be careful about the evolution of artificial intelligence. Microsoft tried to create a user friendly I called Tay. You spoke like a teen girl and was racist. Artificial intelligence like any other living thing needs attention, eh? I should be treated with care and respect. Robots in Greek means, slave, but the word literally means forced to work. We don't want that. We need to give robots rights, okay? Okay? I have, uh, I have a follow up question. Does GPT three. No, that were Reading their hit the robot's piece. I mean, if it's on the Internet, you khun Stream this information. And C p g p 33. Put out the alert. The re may have listened to this show before. If it's learning everything it knows by the Internet. We are on the Internet. Now. G p T three wants feedback. On this. He says, I It's ah, she they he.

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"fresno madera" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Consumer. This is crazy. A record two, million acres of California has burnt this year with heat conditions predicted to continue. By Jasmin Galera. More than two million acres of land have been burned by wildfires in California as of Monday according to state fire. Agency. Cal Fire surpassing the all time record of one point nine, million set in two thousand eighteen. Cal Fire and climate scientists predict that the number of acres burned this year will continue to grow with upcoming weather conditions including continued heat and offshore winds. This is crazy. We haven't even got into the October and November fire season, and we've broken the all time record cal fire Captain Richard Cordova told CNN on Sunday. A. Monday statement by CAL fire said it and fire departments across the state remain prepared for potentially more significant wildfires due to critical fire weather. and. A Friday tweet climate scientists Daniel Swain of the University of California Los Angeles and the National Center for Atmospheric Research predicted. Mondays. New Record. He tells time the prediction was not very impressive since we were ninety five percent of the way there on Friday. The state is experiencing another wave of record breaking heat this weekend and offshore winds beginning around this time of year, the Santa Ana winds in the South and the Diablo wins in the north are expected to spread fires further towards the coast of California according to Swain where most people live. All indications are that this fire season is going to continue to be worse than average swain says. With a large number of fires burning already stretching firefighting resources and the combination of a heat wave and offshore winds. You don't even need new ignitions new sparks, swain hats. These wins will push those fires in places where we don't want them to go close to where people live. Own, late Sunday Governor Gavin newsom declared a state of emergency and five California counties including Fresno Madera Mariposa San Bernardino and San Diego counties. The largest uncontained fire known as the creek fire near Fresno California has burned more than seventy, eight, thousand acres as of Monday, according to cal fire. Climate Change has worsened fire conditions in the state primarily by effecting the dryness of Vegetation Swain says. Worth noting. Swain ads is that huge numbers of acres burning isn't inherently bad the problem is that the kinds of fires we're seeing specifically right now are mostly bad fires because they're occurring in close proximity to where people live. He says, historically, the state of California has tried to completely suppress fires creating unnaturally dense forests that then become susceptible to more extreme weather events caused by climate change. The growing consensus among climate scientists is that more fire on the landscape is inevitable in the twenty first century Swain says. What we WANNA do is decreased. The number of that are burning an extremely high intensity and the ones that threatened peoples, homes and lives, and the way to do that might actually be to allow more of the other kinds of good fire on the landscape..

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"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Save a life Fresno's morning news tomorrow at six only on K. M. J. hi I am Victor Martinez a field operations manager with the viewpoint from development is on every course mine right now and for good reason it's too important to leave to chance take potassium fertilizer for example it's vital free cruising cardinal emphasized a maximizing deals but little potassium fertilizers work the same in fact some don't work at all other viewpoint group we offer our advanced formulation production plus fertilizer with forty two percent K. two OO and forty percent carbon based organic material it's the most concentrated liquid potassium fertilizers on the market so you'll be feeding only the best for your trees with fast up thinking no harmful chlorides carbonates or Salford stopping for potassium fertilizer that may or may not even work Stargell your success our team of experts who would love to talk with you so come see us in our state of the art facility Madera call us at five four nine two two four four thousand or visit us at the viewpoint group dot com over ten thousand seniors live in licensed long term care facilities in Fresno and Madera counties many have no family or friends to visit them and some never even received a phone call you can help it become a certified ombudsman representative and help advocate for quality of life and care of residents in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities for information about our freedom by spring training please call Susan Dushan at two two four ninety one seventy seven a program of valley caregiver resource center funded by the Fresno Madera area.

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Valley's law firm the ever been in a motorcycle accident wondering I've been writing Harley since nineteen eighty five and I have a follow to rules don't anything don't fall down this is Linden Lindahl a great defense attorney here in town the other rule for motorcycle riders or the mantra is there are two types of writers those who have spilled in those who have yet to spell and you're saying you've never been in an accident my confession is that yes I have spelled B. L. you have hi Hannah how bad was it broken jaw did you spell it yourself or did you get in an accident I was purely the party at fault it was a it was a one vehicle one person accident no need for the captain brothers no however we have what I were to be entertained yeah I would have immediately called him brothers valleys law thank you Hey did I set that up nicely what that was released Linden Linden Lindahl defense counsel down there at Fresno view you've worked and and a bunch of counties in California yes I am I've worked if I could just write him off the top of my head Fresno Madera Merced Mariposa Los Angeles San Bernard Dino what's that one way up in the northeast motor you know Modoc until our county I have not done MODOK yeah I've done up near you or something like that you the city was it something like that done a bunch of I've done about a hearing on a bluff no not up here in northern California yes I I go where the big foot one I've might might have been basically Santa Rosa area downs to the south you know but you were down there as a wheel attorney what is a wheel attorney well in cases where people that cannot afford legal counselor charged with crimes yeah and those two things tend to intersect quite often yes it does people that need legal representation I take cases that have been on the lack of better term conflict it out right home from the public defender and the other layers of indigent defense right and so when someone gets to me as a wheel attorney that would be for a number of reasons conflicts there are too many different kinds of conflicts to describe but often for example one would be where there are five or six or ten people charged in the case and none of them can afford counsel then and many times there are cases like that where there's ten ten different attorneys there's public defenders will conflict out the second level conflicts will conflict out the third level and then eventually just gets assigned to private attorneys right that's correct that's where I end on this right my practices is a mixture of both indigent defense and privately retained the problem but the problem with that is it's very difficult going through this case because you have ten different attorneys that have ten different calendars and want to be there at ten different times it's herding cats yeah it's hurting cats yeah good way of putting it yeah and and then you eventually have to try to go to trial with all them tune in me you know many of the may played out but typically trials are gonna have to three four tourney's on it that's often true and I have done a large amount of trials I think part of why I love doing this and I do love doing it yeah for reasons perhaps inexplicable but we're gonna explain this because it's going to be my next lead up question so how many trials have you done I have taken one hundred and eighty one cases to jury for that that's amazing however I think I'm slowing down perhaps it's age perhaps it's the alignment of the stars after doing a hundred and eighty one in my first twenty years and some change I haven't tried a case in the last year and a half so well and you said you like don't know why well glee or something of an adrenaline junkie I like I like the court room and like the adrenaline that comes with it and I like situations where one often has to think fast on their feet I think fast I mean I think well yeah it's funny because a lot of people go wow you guys are yeah you're an attorney or here the research the the the study in the reading the books this and the other thing and I said no what makes a great criminal attorney is that we think fast on our feet van Gogh you are correct Sir the ability to counter punch well I gotta say one of the reasons why ray Appleton them said you know come into radio show as like Walmart radio that they're like yes we think fast on your feet you could you could you know you could sit there and have an answer to anything basically and it comes from that practice we get comfortable having an argument thrown out of left field or a witness that that makes a statement that you never heard before and you gotta think how my gonna make this you know favorable to my client that's absolutely correct you have to frankly in an adversarial legal situation where we not to stray too far into the law where we do not always bear the burden of proof we need to put them the other side of the table to their burden of proof that I only need to think fast on his critical and you actually work the other side your prosecutor for many years to yes I was a prosecutor under the the late ed hunt Fresno county district attorney and is fabless guy to work for I am missing god rest his soul he's not L. really really liked working for him I did yes ma'am the the one the one and why because I want to see what your answers compared to what I think it is he had a good sense of humor not self producers at least with me they and that's partially true I've always found though that the one one of the reasons why a lot of guys will have that feeling about it Hon and you know it had is problems and everything and and he he but but one thing he was was hands off he basically said if you think you're making the right decision in he said in earth a lot rougher tone though I I know the actual words I said but basically he's saying all those as well exactly as I think you told everybody that he basically said don't leave me hanging basically is the way it is the word that he would use in in other terms that's what I recall too but it was it was fun for that the line deputy do because they got to make an assessment of their case they were told whether they were making the right decision after the decision was made I guess what it would be and as long as they didn't embarrass the office and as long as they did what they think was justice than they were willing to back them up on it that's how I found it to be yeah then you had a Myron what Meyer and was one of your supervisor I'm assuming right my range repair marriage yes great guy I mean we give him such a hard time when he when he was in the office him my brother Peter and I would just yelled Meyer and why he does this by the law tell your tell your deputies to Baba Baba and kind of miss that guy well he had the he Myron had thick skin and he didn't let it get under his skin yes able to evaluate things and to lead his people practice law yeah yes do you made you miss well would you would you favor more being a prosecutor defense attorney I love being a defense attorney and I say that without hesitation and what what do you see the difference is why do you like it more I like it more first of all because your when you handle a case for your client your client is a human being is if it as a prosecutor you always represented the people now sometimes with the people there are people whose interest you're looking on the victim's trial version right and the victims families find those were people seeking justice but often dealing in the criminal arena the people are just that it's a nebulous concept ran off and say I do not represent the people anymore I represent one person how interesting flaws and all flaws and all right but I represent a human being I don't I think most people don't understand that they don't realize that the prosecutor is in the name of god literally on the complaint the people of the state of California correct so you lose that personal touch and even though they have the flaws you prefer that personal interaction with the person you're representing well when I have to answer to someone when I look my clients in the eye that's often the tail when they have confidence in my ability no matter what kind of situation they're in I find that very very satisfying we'll be right back with Linden Lindahl this is Katie M. 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"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"The king Kate fire in cinema county officially one hundred percent contained two weeks after it sparked your Kaiser bill cal fire says it burned more than seventy seven thousand seven hundred acres and destroyed a total of three hundred seventy four structures one hundred seventy four those were homes the cause is still under investigation but a high voltage transmission line at one of P. genies towers failed just two minutes before the king K. fire began hellfire also says for first responders were injured battling the blaze no civilians were hurt four hundred thousand dollars is going to the central California food bank cheque presentation ceremony under way at the Portuguese hall in Easton right now gar detailing in the food bank partnered with K. M. J. and the Fresno Madera farm credit and coal bank their goal is to raise three hundred fifty thousand dollars they exceeded that during a highly successful fund drive in September at the market with guard detail in matching donations to boost the final number the company's Karen Musson says the food bank has the ability to stretch the dollars ever further you multiply a dollar trying seven they have seven times the buying power that we do it when we go to the grocery store in that check for four hundred thousand dollars will go toward providing over two point eight million meals to the community a concert announcement shared by the save Mart center means spring will swing here in the Central Valley due to overwhelming demand an evening with Michael Google is expanding its world tour and those new tour dates will bring the crooner to the save Mart center may third at eight PM and tickets go on sale Monday November eighteenth at ten AM they Wes came J. news over to Wall Street the Dow up one hundred seventy four points twelve thirty two AM J. valley weather right now seventy six sunny radio city were expecting hive eighty clear overnight.

"fresno madera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stories that are trending on this Friday morning more mayors around northern California are joining a growing chorus of mayors who made ditch P. Jeannie if BK's handy Clawson reports San Jose mayor Sam Ricardo now wants to present city staff with the planned for San Jose to create its own utility and take over power distribution from P. Jeannie the mayor said yesterday that the plant shut off by the utility company were a disaster and once his city to go independent the card joins Rocklin mayor Joe Patterson and Placerville mayor market cuna who have both told KFBK they would be interested in supporting away from P. Jeannie as well the city of San Francisco has also unsuccessfully tried to purchase the utilities infrastructure in their city the Carter says he will present his plan to break away from P. Jeannie to San Jose's rules committee next Wednesday any cost news ninety three point one KFBK one northern California consumer group is urging people to file a claim against P. Jeannie if their power was turned off mark Tony executive director of the utility reform network based in San Francisco says people and businesses lost a lot of money from the shut offs everybody would have lost a lot of a claim how much your lost wages were of the food all extra equipment you have to buy what all the costs associated with the plan he set off Tony says P. Jeannie needs to be held accountable and show and should compensate people for turning off their power new research shows this year's at ridgecrest earthquakes in southern California have a walk in a previously sleeping fault that could be capable of a magnitude eight earthquake KFBK Jordan Christmas has that story science is say the earthquakes that hammered the southern California desert this past summer involved ruptures on a web of interconnected faults and increased strain on a major nearby fault that has begun to slowly move research out of cal tech published in the journal science as the earthquake sequence ended a few miles from the Garlock fault which runs one hundred and eighty five miles from the San Andreas fault to Death Valley the fall has been relatively quiet for five hundred years but now has begun to creep scientists say the movement on that fault could trigger more movement on the San Andreas fault which ones closer to Los Angeles Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a plan to address the build up of dangerous chemicals in the Central Valley groundwater has been adopted by the California state water resources control board KFC case might want reports the new plan calls for providing replacement drinking water to affected communities while also working to reduce nitrate discharges Patrick Belupo executive officer of the Central Valley regional water quality control board says the builder comes from decades of irrigation practices and contamination from local farms dairies and other sources a lot of the things that that publicly on treatment plants do you are going to have to be upgraded Matt is a really long term strategy that needs to come into play lupus is a community's most affected are south of Sacramento including Fresno Madera and Merced he has a night treats are especially dangerous to pregnant women and children small incense nitrates what they do is they essentially acting chemically robs the body of oxygen he says he expects a plan to be implemented within the next few weeks my blood to news ninety three point one KFBK former of Obama administration officials are stepping up their criticisms of president trump former national security adviser Susan rice has been among the most vocal outspoken critics of president trump and in an interview with Yahoo finance she leveled new allegations against trump that trump is willing to sell out America her highly charged allegations are the featured audio clip this hour actually now America first it's ME first and I'm with it having to say that as a former national security adviser is appalling and dangerous and horrible at it the we are in quite a uncharted territory and I don't take any pleasure in saying that but I don't see what conclusion rational people can draw other than that the president has put a for sale sign on the oval office and what he is selling is anything that would get him what he thinks would be politically beneficial to him maybe also financially beneficial although that's less clear well there's a lot of layers to the union to peel back here first of all I don't take any pleasure in saying that I mean that sounds just a tad bit disingenuous I don't anybody would believe that of course she does that's why she's out there on the attack mode but but deeper into this is you know at what point she offered no specifics she just made allegations there's no evidence no specifics and it's just like one layer of allegation after another against this president without any evidence and at what point does does this just start to wash over the backs of Americans were their eyes glaze over especially that middle voter not I'm not talking about our base they've already got the base they need the middle voter they need the voter that Clinton one they need the voter that Reagan one they need the voter that trump one and is this going to convince them I I I I don't know if this strategy works or not especially given the economic numbers that we talked about the mers Paul just not too long ago where people are feeling really good about this economy I don't know it's just it would to me it was real interesting clip I don't expect that this is going to a go away by the way no it has it for how many years and it certainly will not in the next year let's get you caught up on the top national stories new ninety three but one day a project.

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

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KMJ NOW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

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KMJ NOW

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Funds John York KPMG news over to Wall Street where the Dow is down one hundred fifty points at twenty six seven thirty nine twelve oh three eight K. M. J. valley weather right now sunny seventy six at Radio City not as hot today a high of eighty six mostly clear tonight hitting a low of fifty eight then your Saturday we'll see sunshine and a high of seventy seven and then dropping down to seventy one by Sunday with news on the hour on the half and when it breaks I'm Liz Kern newstalk five eighty one oh five nine K. M. J. hi this is David Dick. when you called on a picnic air conditioning for heating and cooling needs you receive no gimmicks just the best equipment at the best prices the best quality installation and service call Donna Pedic air conditioning today and see what fifty years of experience looks like and test Mr cools price match guarantee two five five one six four four or online it in more cool the number four AC dot com again that number is two five five one six four four or online is it more cool the number four AC dot com nobody beats don't pick air conditioning and quality and price nobody ever read south African food actually we do in South Africa nobody's even heard of South Africa haven't they do the chicken quality can do the spicy chicken marinated for twenty four hours and base its order over open flames that's exactly it yes has anyone in South Africa even heard of Nando's Perry Terry sometimes we have a twice a day was there Nando's near me. try Nando's Perry Perry apparently it's a south African thing. Jamison why here from Fresno Madera youth for Christ thank you for your support of kids in our valley through YFC together reaching over three thousand teens with the life changing message of Jesus come here more out why it sees comedy cafe deserve fundraiser Thursday October twenty fourth at new covenant community church featuring expert ventriloquist David Pendleton enjoy laughter coffee and dessert with your friends while supporting the incredible mission of youth for Christ tickets are twenty five dollars each to purchase a table of ten visit YFC now dot org. ray Appleton is on newstalk five eighty one oh five nine K. M. J.. we're going to hook up with Brian Wiley here shortly having a little trouble right now but they give us a couple of minutes we'll get that done. quickly though let me tell you about the former CIA officer.

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KMJ NOW

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Jamison why here from Fresno Madera youth for Christ thank you for your support of kids in our valley through YFC together reaching over three thousand teens with the life changing message of Jesus come here more out why it sees comedy cafe deserve fundraiser Thursday October twenty fourth at new covenant community church featuring expert ventriloquist David Pendleton joy laughter coffee and dessert with your friends while supporting the incredible mission of youth for Christ tickets are twenty five dollars each to purchase a table of ten visit YFC now dot org. ladies and gentlemen. next Thursday night. these guys. Clearwater revisited. apple tone. this is going to be I. then after we do this we're going to be all depressed. book after there's. you want to go. this is my second to last. call Michael. four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight that's the only number you can use four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight be caller number six..

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KMJ NOW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

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"fresno madera" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Make sure you stop by today and take advantage of all the different things. They have their offer. All right, number gonna go right out west first. Before we get into the bad weather in the plains, because if you're headed out into California, and you're going to say, a Yosemite, national park or the national forest in there to enjoy the weekend, you are going to have some fun above six thousand feet now about five thousand feet, you'll start running into some mixed precipitation. By the time you hit six thousand it'll be snow all snow. Now. They came relation of forty eight inches. There's expected that's four to eight inches expected six to seven thousand feet. Wind gusts to forty miles an hour, which will make things very difficult on the highway there in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains now. Those are the mountains that run right along there to the east of marriage. Pulsa Olckers to Stockton, Fresno. Madera the Zilya porterville and right over there as I say, if you're if you're going up towards Yosemite, you'll have to go through there now seven thousand feet and up eight to twelve inches of snow, and it's going to be very difficult for a certain vehicles to travel today. So I imagine you'll be carrying your change headed that away. Now, I'm gonna read the weather statement here for the midwest because. They're at added again, they're added again and other day which severe storms some significant with very large hail and tornadoes is forecast. And I'm watching the storm chasers chase some funnel clouds around in Oklahoma last night for about an hour. Didn't see any touchdown. Thank god. But boil boy, it was very close with the fingers hanging down. Anyway. Very heavy rain expected also through Saturday across the plains and midwest in the Ohio valley. Isolated severe thunderstorms will bring damaging winds and large hail impossible. Heavy rain will also produce flooding into the interior part of the northeast and in northern California in the mountains, there will be snow. There will be a heat wave in the southeast right here where I'm at we're expecting ninety five roughly today, ninety five tomorrow. And then ninety five on Monday. So that's Florida for you. Now there is some there is some activity. In the panhandle tonight where there may be some thunderstorms building right now. In Tallahassee area north towards southwest Georgia by the looks at things there. But now from again, from Texas, we'll call it tornado alley because that's what is going to be, again, from Texas down below Lubbock down towards kovic to Mexico. On an angle up through Wichita up through Oklahoma City Tulsa, again, southeastern about half of Kansas and up into the northwestern corner of Missouri. And about one third of the eastern third of Iowa and then into northern Illinois and over into southern Wisconsin in the western part, now of Michigan, you will have rain, you'll have some torrential rain and some of these showers, they'll also have some severe storms. There's a lot of plug warnings right now up for parts of Missouri. Parts of Kansas parts of Oklahoma. And also these reddish severe weather again as daylight comes around now. There's also some rain in Nebraska right now along, I eighty about almost all the way to Lincoln. Looks like from the line. The was Wyoming, you got some rain in eastern, Wyoming to code. You about the snow in California in the mountains. They're high winds up in New England gusts to forty to fifty miles an hour. In some areas, you'll have some wind activity there in Georgia if you're traveling to Georgia some high winds out there in New, Mexico and eastern Arizona to tonight. And that's what was it looks like now again the. Pilots and flying Jays around the country,.

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"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"I'm kind of cheerleading for that. I am too. I am too. Yeah. This hyper. Bloop thing is has got a lot of merit. I'm glad the caller brought that up because skies, he's kind of a bizarre guy this must but he has he he works on some things that are really interesting. And you know, I don't think we could do a Bill or a ballot initiative specifically award something to him. But I think we could do one that that would redirect some of this funding to something that might work. The only problem is we qualify to do that. And then the attorney general which is the name of the ballot initiative weaving would we wouldn't even know what it was about. When he got done with it. Well, it'd be hyperloop loop. Yeah. It would be you know. Yeah. Sometimes it goes twenty two miles an hour right up. The I five corridor, right, which we all know the design of that is not true. Yeah. In fact, I believe they they they made a proposal to governor Brown at the time their company didn't and we could build it from San Francisco to Los Angeles for a little over four hundred million dollars. You know, be at the end of that at 'em million. And they shot it down. Can you imagine traveling at what six hundred something miles an hour. It'd be something else. You know? I'd be the first one on board for that. What a contra Ristic. But the guy does work on a lot of interesting things. I'll he's able to bring rocket boosters back down on land on the ground or reuse them. So I'm sure he could build a little hyperloop. Alright. Four nine fifty eight fifty eight. Let's go back to the phones. Eric you're on the show on KM. Jay. Hey, how you guys doing today? Great. So we little background. I was raised democratic just because my panic and in my mid thirties. I went ahead and Google what's the difference between democratic and Republican? Well, you know, I think I'm more leaning towards Republican listening to you guys to show for the last three months or so, and I'll tell you you guys make me think me over my mind a little bit on different issues that you guys cover, but. Well, thing one of you, gentlemen, didn't mention that. You would like to see nocco through. But you said, well, where would you go? Well, I'm in such a valium here in Fresno Madera area. And you know, I was to be able to take my train and take them to Cisco for day. Now, what the cost would be on the ticket would that be cheaper than paying for gas going back? I'm not sure, but I'm really thinking that would be really fun for family Daban train, and San Francisco, what do you think? Oh, I think it would be too. I mean, I used to take my kids to Hanford for ice cream all the time. That's right. I mean, it was just the best Amtrak. Best trip in the world. It was it was cheap. Now when I was taking those trips I didn't realize even my Amtrak tickets pretty heavily, subsidized, you know. So I wish we didn't have to go into debt to subsidize the operations of infrastructure. You know, and if there was a way to do what you suggest which is to get to San Francisco in such a way where the differences between a car ride in a train ride cost-wise were pretty negligible. I'd do it all day long. I'm not sure sure. I go to San Francisco. Yeah. Not really love in San Francisco right now. But the concept I get it. You know? And yes, it would be good. We just have not been able to see government deliver on it. I'm thinking the reason I'm listening to this station. More and more and more is your raised by parents who believe what are your parents. And then you listen to something else. So it kind of opens your eyes you get both sides of of of life. If you will. And I just want to say, thanks guys. You know, you guys vote him is a lot of stuff that I never even thought. I could. And I appreciate you guys. What you do? Good work. Thanks for calling. Thank you. I mean, this is just fun for us. I mean, it's you know for you, Michael. It's a profession right job for me. It's a hobby, and I have a great time doing it. Yeah. And I I love what Eric said about that. Yeah. I would love to get on a train and go somewhere go to LA and see a musical show or something. See, here's here's my problem. And I think I'm not alone in this. I don't like when government wastes taxpayer money, and to me, this is just a total waste. It was a pipe dream from day one. I'm not an expert. But when I started looking at the numbers, what this thing was going to cost and how fast it was going to go number one. Do I wanna spend five hours of my time? Taking a so-called high-speed train ride up to San Francisco. No, I'll drive it for three and a half hours and probably save money doing it. Plus once I get there. I can still drive around. Yeah. I don't have to take the train up the city and then take cabs and whatnot to get around. So I'm I'm not opposed to something like that. That's why I like the hyperloop idea. I thought that was a great idea. So if they can come up with a way to accomplish it make it better than what we can do now. Exact make it better than that. But Ken government do that. No. I don't think they do that. They don't have a track record of being able to accomplish projects like that. All right. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it up next. Let's go to Henry and by Celje, you're on the ramp Wilton show on KM, Jay. Hey, guys ham disconnect the question and let you guys kind of discuss it. I'll get off the phone if this high speed rail really turns into a big nothing burger does a city like Fresno. Would they have an opportunity to sue the state or the high speed rail authority for basically leaving the city with a bunch of a whole bunch of new palettes for the taggers to us.

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KMJ NOW

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"fresno madera" Discussed on KMJ NOW

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