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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on KCRW

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04:25 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on KCRW

"Today on press play Pepe, the frog and crudely drawn amphibian with knowing smirk symbolizes just how weird and sinister our politics became 20 Trump's supporters are a very angry group of people. It's the politics of agreement. And Pepe makes that agreement feel like fun and light hearted rather than like diabolical or irrational. Madeleine brand. How a stone cartoon frog turned into a mascot for the All right today Noon on press play on W. Live from NPR News on Janine Herbst. President Trump visits Wilmington, North Carolina today to tour the battleship North Carolina. It's participated in every major American naval offensive in the Pacific during World War two. But as NPR's Tamara Keith tells us, that's not the only reason for the trip. The official reason for this visit is to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War two. The unofficial reason for this visit, which will be President Trump's 12th to the state of North Carolina is that this is a key state, a battleground state in November, and, according to Trump's campaign, all of his travel has potential campaign benefits in mind. NPR's Tamara Keith in India. Facebook executives have been called to testify before a parliamentary committee investigating allegations of bias at the company over removing hate speech online. NPR's Lauren Frayer has more atop Facebook executive and supporter of India's Hindu nationalist government is accused of intervening to stop the removal of hate speech online by Hindu nationalist politicians. She allegedly prioritized relations with the government over removing anti Muslim posts that could incite violence. Facebook, a financial supporter of NPR, denies any bias, and India's minister says the bias goes the other way that Facebook actually sensors more right wing accounts. NPR's Lauren Frayer reporting. And you're listening to NPR news. From K C. R W I'm Cherry Glaser with this local news update today marks the one year anniversary of the deadliest maritime disaster in modern California history. Last year. On September 2nd. The dive boat Conception broke out in flames and sank off the coast of Santa Barbara 34. People sleeping below the deck died that day, including 33 passengers and one crew member. Five crew members sleeping on the top deck, jumped overboard and survived. At a virtual commemoration held by the city of Santa Barbara. Today, Sheriff Bill Brown remembered the victims. They were scientists, engineers, athletes, explorers, immigrants, CEOs. High school students, a nutritionist, biologists, manager's a hairdresser and a crew member with a passion for the sea. Very different people of varied backgrounds who are united by their mutual sense of adventure and love of the ocean. All 34 bodies were ultimately recovered. A new plaque with your names has been unveiled at the Santa Barbara Harbor, Brown said. They did not die in vain. As a direct result of their loss. Small vessels, safety regulations and voting practices have already changed in L. A Times investigation Following the both fire found the U. S. Coast Guard had rejected tougher fire safety recommendations from the National Transportation Safety Board. A number of times. Not too many colleges in California trying toe hold in person classes this fall. Chico State of in Butte County in Northern California, was one. But his case here, W's Darryl Satsuma reports that experiment has come to an end, at least temporarily. Dude what the school's president is calling a rapid and alarming increase in Cove in 19 cases. When school started a week ago, Chico State offered a partial slate of in person classes that's over now. The school's president, Gail Hutchinson, says more than two dozen Corona virus cases have been diagnosed on campus, so courses will be held online only for the rest of this semester. And Hutchinson says students will have to vacate dorms within a week. The university will help students find off campus housing and provide paraded refunds for room and board. Cal State. San Diego, meanwhile, is pressing on with some in person classes in spite of the fact that at least 40 people tied to the campus community have tested positive in the past week. School officials say none of those people attended an in person class and that all are doing well. KCR W's Darryl Sanson.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on KCRW

"With winners losing work during the krone virus pandemic many art risk of also losing their homes. So the Trump administration is ordering. Ah, hold on evictions nationwide through December, NPR's Chris Ronald reports that's being enacted through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The goal of the new eviction ban is to stem the spread of the Corona virus, which the CDC says quote presents a historic threat to public health. It's the most sweeping move yet by the administration to try to head off a looming wave of evictions of millions of people who have lost their jobs and can't pay rent. To qualify. Renters have to sign a declaration, saying they don't make more than $99,000 a year more twice that of filing a joint return and that if evicted, they have no other option than homelessness or living with more people in close proximity evictions for reasons other than non payment of rent will be allowed. The government says it will impose criminal penalties on landlords who violate the ban. Chris Arnold. NPR NEWS, an internal watchdog group has found a number of quote concerns with the post office, particularly its capacity to process mail in ballots for the presidential race. NPR's Alina why or a lot of wise reports agency's inspector general found multiple problems of the way election mail is being processed. Problems include ballots mailed without proper bar code technology and outdated voter addresses. The report, which examined special and primary elections from this summer, says the agency needs to better collaborate with state and local governments. A watchdog also found the facilities did not always comply with election readiness procedures. The report comes as the nonpartisan Postal Service has found itself in the unwelcome position of being a foil to President Trump. The president and some of his allies have made a number of unsubstantiated claims about voting by mail, including ones now directly contradicted by the FBI. A lot of wise NPR NEWS Washington Munitions factories expanded at a faster pace last month, ese to four. Supply management keep purchasing managers groups as its manufacturing index climbed nearly two points in August. 2 52 any reading about 52 notes expansion On Wall Street. Today, the Dow is up 215 points. The NASDAQ Rose 164 points. We're listening to NPR. But it's 604. This is Casey ar w News. I'm Matt Dillon. The county Department of Public Health announced today. Another 45 deaths due to the Corona virus that brings the overall death toll since the start of the pandemic to 5830. As for new cases, County authorities reported 840 new infections. It's a rare dipped below levels we've seen for some time hovering around the 1000 mark. Officials say the seven day average daily number of new cases has dropped to 1300 continuing a steady decline. Hospitalizations have also been trending down with 1057 people hospitalized with a virus As of today, the total number of cases since the pandemic began stands at nearly 243,000. Well, things are moving in the right direction. Health officials are calling on residents to avoid large gatherings over the upcoming holiday weekend, fearing a repeat of spiking cases, scene after Memorial Day and the fourth of July. How many colleges in California are trying to hold in person classes this fall. Chico State up in Butte County was one of the outliers. But that experiment has come to an end, at least temporarily do to what the school's president calls a rapid and alarming increase in covert 19 cases. Kcpw. Darryl Saxman has Mohr When school started a week ago, Chico State offered a partial slate of in person classes that's over now. The school's president, Gail Hutchinson, says more than two dozen Corona virus cases have been diagnosed on campus, so courses will be held online only for the rest of this semester. And Hutchinson says students will have to vacate dorms within a week. The university will help students find off campus housing and provide paraded refunds for room and board. Cal State. San Diego, meanwhile, is pressing on with some in person classes in spite of the fact that at least 40 people tied to the campus community have tested positive in the past week. School officials say none of those people attended an in person class and that all are doing well. Case your nephew's Darryl Saxman reporting and finally, Uber has unveiled a new rule today that it hopes will make mask slackers to get with the program. The driver reports. A writer was not wearing a mask. That writer will have to send a selfie through the APP to prove they are masked.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In Carmichael Fulsome Also 93 cooler now grove at 88 degrees. 6 31 Cave, Keanu this afternoon is California begins to open more businesses after they were closed down to that spike in cover 1918 cases back in mid June. We've got more details with ABC is Alex Stone as part of a new color coded system in California dictating what has to close and what could be open today. In many counties, barbershops and hair salons can reopen indoors malls and all retail can reopen, but only 25% capacity. Still, all of the county's here in Southern California are considered to have widespread cove it 19 outbreaks will most are beginning to loosen rules. L A County is not yet that like Stone, ABC NEWS, Los Angeles and we'll have more with KP case Tim Lance at 6 47 at KFBK. An explosion of Copan 19 cases has shut down in person instruction at Chico State University. The numbers Aaron and they are not good. College age people accounting for 133 positive Corona virus tests over the weekend late Sunday night, University President Gail Hutchinson said the university would immediately stop in person instruction for roughly 1600 students. She also added that the residents halls would need to be emptied by September. 6th. Butte County. Had 178 people test positive this weekend and now has 361 people isolated with active cases of the virus. Chica State says the fall semester will be conducted entirely online with hopes of resuming in person instruction in the spring of 2021. Mike Baka News 93.1 kfbk well after being removed due to cope in 19 concerns, Jump bikes are back in Sacramento, Kate Case Taylor Martin has more on the bike's returned to the capital City Line says they have made 200 bikes available for Sacramento ants and will roll out an additional 600 bikes based on writer demand. But how is lime ensuring Writers air safe? According to their website, Lime has enhanced their cleaning methods and increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting. Additionally, line is asking writers to use at least 70%. A whole based hand sanitizer before and after every trip, Lime says. They've returned because they provide communities with an open air single writer. Transportation option that allows writers to maintain social distance. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK Sacramento Vice Mayor Jeff Harris says the relaunch helps the city reach climate and equity goals related to transportation. AFB, California Wildfire Watch California's second largest wildfire in history is now 60% contained up from 55 last night, but it also keeps getting bigger. More details Now from Bill White at R K Fuck a Wildfire desk Kitty. The S C U Complex fire grew by 5000 Acres overnight to 383,000 total structures damaged or destroyed, is holding at 122 but about 20,000 are still considered threatened Cal Fire says the most active flames are at elevations above 1800 ft. Where humidities Air lo. The Siri's of lightning cost fires that started just over two weeks ago are burning primarily in eastern Santa Clara County and portions of San Joaquin Stanislas and Mur, said county's Bill White News 93.1 kfbk Well, time is ticking for Californians to complete the US 2020 since escapee case Mike Blunt has this report. Director of California complete Count DDS catalog says residents have until September 30th to fill it out online. We really want to emphasize taking those few minutes to complete the senses as of the end of August, around 65% of Californians have participated, which is the most households of any other state with Qatargas is reaching some households has proven difficult start go to strategy has been to really focus locally and regionally, she says, since his counters or using strategies like going door to door neighborhoods that have been historically difficult to reach. In using phone banks to remind people who may have forgotten you can fill out the census Online at 2020 census dot gov. Mike Blunt news 93.1 KFBK As those wildfires rage across northern California existing laws restrict the use of evacuation sirens pending a signature from Governor Newsome. That's about to change. KPK Sze Johnny de Agostini has that story Legislators or passing Senate Bill 909 a bill that will authorise the use of the European style high low sirens to help emergency authorities in evacuations. Despite the sirens.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In many counties, barbershops and hair salons can reopen indoors malls and all retail can reopen, but only 25% capacity. Skilled all of the county's here in Southern California are considered to have widespread cove in 19 outbreaks will most are beginning to loosen rules. L A County is not yet at like Stone, ABC News LOS Angeles I will go in depth that I have 5 17 here with Katie case. Excuse me, Tim. Lance, So when can you back? Teo, Get your hair professionally cut were even you know, have a nail appointment, Manicure and pedicure. Give case. Brody Fernandez takes look, salons and barbershops are preparing to reopen. Under the new state guidelines, The businesses will soon be able to resume into our operations with modifications. California's new reopening criteria. What's counties into tears that go into effect Starting today, the state says each county must meet specific thresholds for new cases and positivity rates Before more things can expand. Reopening. Sacramento County officials will announce more details regarding reopening businesses by tonight or Tuesday morning. Brody Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK So it looks like you can get your hair done in salon, but you cannot get Your nails done. It's 503. An explosion of Copan 19 cases has shut down in person instruction at Chico State University. The numbers are in and they are not good college age people accounting for 133 positive Corona virus tests over the weekend. Late Sunday night. University President Gail Hutchinson said the university would immediately stop in person instruction for roughly 1600 students. She also added that the residents halls would need to be emptied. By September. 6th Butte County Had 178 people test positive this weekend and now has 361 people isolated with active cases of the virus. Chica State says the fall semester will be conducted entirely online with hopes of resuming in person instruction in the spring of 2021. Mike Baka News 93.1 kfbk well after being removed due to the Cova 19 concerns, jump bikes are back in Sacramento, Kate the case, Taylor Martin Has more on the box returned to the capital City Line says they have made 200 bikes available for Sacramento ants and will roll out an additional 600 bikes based on writer demand. But how is lime ensuring Writers air safe? According to their website, Lime has enhanced their cleaning methods and increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting. Additionally, line is asking writers to use at least 70% alcohol based hand sanitizer before and after every trip, Lime says they've returned because they provide communities with an open air single writer transportation option that allows writers To maintain social distance. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK An explosion of Kobe 19 cases has shut down in person instruction at Chico State University numbers Aaron and they are not good college age people accounting for 133 positive Corona virus tests over the weekend. Late Sunday night. University President Gail Hutchinson said the university would immediately stop in person instruction for roughly 1600 students. She also added that the residence halls would need to be emptied. By September. 6th Butte County had 178 people test positive this weekend and now has 361 people isolated with active cases of the virus. Chico State says the fall semester will be conducted entirely online with hopes of resuming in person instruction in the spring of 2021. Mike Baka NEWS. 93.1 California.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on KGO 810

"President Trump of being part of the problem. Incoming president is incapable of telling us the truth. Capable of facing the facts and incapable of healing. He doesn't want to shed light. He wants to generate heat. Any stroking violence in our cities. Some residents in Kenosha, Wisconsin, concerned over whether President Trump scheduled visit to their city, following days of unrest over a police shooting may increase tensions. White House press secretary Kaylie Mecca Nadine minutes ago confirming the president will travel to Kenosha, but would not elaborate. If the president thinks the shooting was justified. There's a investigation ongoing. So, um, I spoke to him earlier and he was not willing to weigh in more than he had Video showing a Kenosha police officer shooting 29 year old Blake in the back. His family says he's paralyzed in California. More businesses are being allowed to reopen today after they were closed back down due to a spike and covert 19 cases a month ago, the first Grand Slam tennis event since this pandemic started scheduled to begin here today, and even with all the strict safety guidelines Player has now tested positive. It's a delicate balance that sporting events, businesses and schools are juggling as they try to start going back to normal. And a new twist in the saga involving President Trump's first national security advisor. The Full Washington D. C. Court of Appeals decided the criminal case against Michael Flynn does not require immediate dismissal as the Justice Department had motion. Instead, the appellate court in an eight to decisions said that the District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan, should finish his review of the case. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 223 points at this hour. You're listening to ABC News kg own San Francisco A cumulus station your home for the most important election of your life. Election 2020. Good morning, the KGO news time 11 02. I'm Kim McAllister in for Brett Burkhardt on this smoky Monday morning. This morning as Santa Clara County sheriff's captain and four other defendants were arraigned on conspiracy and bribery related charges. It's alleged they were swapping political donations from a an executive security firm in exchange for concealed gun permits. Some students are counting on WiFi from Taco Bell in order to attend distance learning at school. That's the case in Selena's, where pictures of two girls attending classes at Sherwood Elementary and those Padres Elementary from the Taco Bell parking lot so they could use the online connection were posted on social media. Now, according to the Salinas, California in the community is coming to the rescue with resource is for the girls and other families in the same boat. The school district is also providing hot spot for the families, and they're hoping any other kids struggling with Internet access will contact school officials. California State University Chico canceling the limited number of in person classes it was offering theywill be virtual on Ly for the duration of the fall semester after at least 30 people tested positive for the Corona virus just days after the fall semester started. University President President Gail Hutchinson that students also need to vacate campus housing by this weekend. Hutchinson says she's asking students to leave campus housing because nearly all on campus residences have at least one positive case, and there are concerns that those numbers will increase. Check traffic around the Bay Area. Now, with Mark Nieto, sponsored by Zeke Will your Z's and we'll look in an accident along Highway for from the Chilton Auto Body Traffic Desk. New Problem reported in the Antioch area westbound for writing Hillcrest. It's a wreck. It looks like it's blocking the right hand lane and traffic is backing up towards highway 1 60. There also a fender bender still on the shoulder of westbound 80 near the maze that even though it's not blocking anything, it is attracting attention along the busy issue or freeway. You're backed up to University of South Bound one on one in Marin County, north of Lucky Drive, a bunch of wood do re reported. In the second lane from the LAPD, causing traffic toe suddenly swerved there and south down Highway one heads up with this major crash near double slide. Still creating a little bit of Ah capers block their way into San Francisco. Minor delay only metering lights off at the westbound a bridge..

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today with areas of smoke and a high of 93 to 97 Tonight will be clear and easy with areas of smoking a little 50 to 62 tomorrow, Sunshine Hazy hot, the high 93 to 97. I'm an evil there. Meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1. Currently 51 degrees near Truckee and 63 degrees in Sacramento. Know the stories that are trending on Monday morning this morning, barbershops and hair salons can open their doors for business. But other businesses like gyms and fitness centres Must wait. Kfbk is Aubrey Aquino has more now on businesses like Rose Veils, Lifetime athletic resort and how they're on hold all workouts, exercise and training activities have member sweating outside the building at Roseville, lt's Life Time Athletic Whenever they can get members back inside. General Manager robbed Molly says they'll be ready. Continue to maintain social distancing continue to use our enhanced cleaning protocol. We do temperature checks when members come in at the front death we've got you know, Plexiglass Shield set up in the cafe at the front desk of the account services death in our personal training death. Somali also boast lifetime already had an excellent reputation for cleanliness and safety, Pre pandemic. So now with added enhancements, he knows they'll be ready to welcome back existing members, along with new ones who can feel safe exercising in their facility. Aubrey Keynote news 93.1 kfbk. As for hair salons and barbershops, many will be busy today. The owner of Pigtails and crew cuts and Promenade in the Thomas Kiran Mohan expects many customers old and young alike, each other on camera and on their video calls and especially the ones that are a little bit older. They want to look nice. It's a routine for a lot of kids to get a back to school haircut. I know a lot of you look forward to getting a fresh cup before school starts, so we want to be able to provide that for them, she says. All services at her salon will be a by appointment Only for now. An explosion of coven 19 cases that Chico State has shut down in person classes after only one week of instruction. KFBK is Mike Barker reports. The school will now hold a virtual fall semester after nearly 30 reported cases. Have been traced to the campus community, University president Gail Hutchinson says. Since almost all of the campus dorms have been impacted with cases, they will be requiring the 700 students to move out by next weekend. University officials were concerned when 15 Covad cases hit an off campus apartment complex last weekend. And over the last two weeks, 18 to 24 year olds in Butte County have accounted for nearly 200 New Cove in cases. Mike Baka NEWS 93.1 calf be Kay Colvin 19 cases continue to skyrocket in black and brown communities, KPK sneaking McGahee's reports on what local researchers are doing to reverse the trend. UC Davis health has been awarded a new grant that will help train more people to be contact tracers specifically for the Latin X community, health experts say establishing a trusting relationship between contact tracers. And the patients is critical, especially since personal information is being exchanged. Nika mogul his news 93.1 California has broken a milestone John Hopkins University reporting today that the state has topped 700,000 covered 19 cases. Here's ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles, California now has the fifth highest number of cases in the world just behind Russia. The US as a whole is leading, followed by Brazil, India, Russia and then California. This state is a first in the U. S. To top 700,000 cases close to 13,000. People in California have died from Cove. It 19 rates here are declining and things there once again, beginning to re open, But still, the pandemic threat looms like stone ABC News the RAND Paul on DSM Republicans are pressuring the DOJ to release more information about who is funding some of the protests and specifically the rioting that we're seeing. Well, you have to wonder, you know, you see These things going on for weeks and weeks and weeks, And if the's protesters slash rioters are out there on the streets? Who, how are they getting by? Paul wrote in an op ed this weekend. Hey, said law enforcement needs to look at the funding of violent criminal activity. National Democrats need to confront it. It's organized, it's paid for. It's violent. It's not about black lives or any lives. It's about anarchy and destruction. You saw the video of Rand Paul and his wife coming out of the RNC being right outside the White House right out right, and they were like they were almost aggressively almost attacked, right approached, and they they think the Washington police, they said, for saving their lives, right? They said, I mean, they were yelling at him. Say her name. Say her name. They were talking about Briana Taylor not knowing that Rand Paul Wrote the bill. To stop no knock raids, and the bill is actually called the Briana Taylor. That's that's rich in and of itself on a lot of love, irony, and he's so he wants to see where this funding is coming for. For these groups. The strategy of the Joe Biden campaign is now to blame President Trump for the riots and looting in the American cities. Kate Bedingfield is the deputy campaign manager for Joe Biden on Fox News Sunday. She accused President Trump of inciting violence in America. Here's her exchange with Chris Wallace on Fox News. It is our featured audio clip in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows, The president is inciting violence. You saw Donald Trump go to New Hampshire on Friday and say, You know protesters, my He's had every opportunity to Speak as a leader to this nation that is hurting to speak to people who are struggling, who are trying to rightly seek justice in this moment, but also who are looking around and who are afraid who see chaos who see? Ah OK, but But you said inside violence abs. Absolutely. He has. He has encouraged. His supporters to go out to be aggressive. You heard you were just discussing with Laura Trump Kellyanne Conway said it unapologetically. It is better for this president. If there is more anarchy, more violence, more chaos he has at every opportunity, tried to fan the flames here and were and that is the reason we're living in Donald Trump's America. The tone of the Biden campaign got very aggressive this weekend. Very good. You have to think that there was some internal polling. That's concerning, though definitely the polls show that this issue is is hurting them so they need to pivot. So you're going to hear that a lot from them. Donald Trump's America Donald Trump's America When it comes to the violent protests. We heard that from Senator Amy Clover charges. She was our featured audio clip at the 505 this morning, and we've heard it consistently from other Democrats this morning. From over the weekend, and this is after months, the Democrats have been praising.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News 93.1 kfbk sunshine today and remain hot with a high of 93 to 97 Tonight will be clear and easy with the smoke of the air below 50 to 62 with the same tomorrow Easy sunshine and hot with a high of 93 to 97. Macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 83.1 currently 62 degrees in Yuba City, 64. Degrees in Folsom, 58 Out Grove and out of the stories trending on this Monday morning this morning barbershops and hair salons can open their doors for business. But other businesses like gyms and fitness centres Must wait. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino has Mohr on how businesses like Rose Aviles Lifetime Athletic Resort. Are on hold all workouts, exercise and training activities have member sweating outside the building at Roseville. Lt's life Time Athletic, But whenever they can get members back inside, general Manager robbed, Molly says they'll be ready. Continue to maintain social distancing. Continue to use our enhanced cleaning protocol. We do temperature checks when members come in at the front desk we've got, you know, Plexiglass Shield set up in the cafe at the front desk of the account services death in our personal training Death Tamale. Also, both lifetime already had An excellent reputation for cleanliness and safety, pre pandemic So now with added enhancements, he knows they'll be ready to welcome back existing members, along with new ones who can feel safe exercising in their facility. Aubrey Keynote news 93.1 calf became as for hair salons and barbershops. Many will be quite busy today. The owner of pigtails and crew cuts at the Promenade in the Thomas The owner of that Karan morn expects many customers old and young alike, each other on camera and on their video calls, and especially the ones that are a little bit older. They want to look nice. It's a routine for a lot of kids to get of after school haircut. No, A lot of kids look forward to getting a fresh cup before school starts, so we want to be able to provide that for them. For now, all services at pigtails and crew cuts will be by appointment only. An explosion of Cove in 19 cases at Chico State has shut down in person classes after only one week of instruction. KFBK is Mike Barker reports. The school will now hold a virtual fall semester after nearly 30 reported cases have been traced to the campus community, University president Gail Hutchinson says, Since almost all of the campus dorms have been impacted with cases They will be requiring the 700 students to move out by next weekend. University officials were concerned when 15 Covad cases hit an off campus apartment complex last weekend. And over the last two weeks, 18 to 24 year olds in Butte County have accounted for nearly 200 New Cove in cases. Mike Baka News, 93.1 kfbk and Covert 19 cases continue to skyrocket in black and brown communities can't be caged like a magus reports on one local organization. Making an effort to make a difference. UC Davis health has been awarded a new grant that will help train more people to be contact tracers specifically for the Latin X community health experts say establishing a trusting relationship between contact tracers and the patients is critical, especially since personal information is being exchanged. Nika Mughal, his news 93.1. California has broken a milestone John Hopkins University reporting today that the state has topped 700,000 Cove in 19 cases. Here's ABC is Alex Stone from Los Angeles, California now has the fifth highest number of cases in the world just behind Russia. The US as a whole is leading, followed by Brazil, India, Russia and then California. This state is a first in the U. S. To top 700,000 cases close to 13,000. People in California have died from Cove. It 19 rates here are declining and things there once again, beginning to re open, But still, the pandemic threat looms. Alex Stone ABC News, All right, It's time now for our featured audio clip in it focuses on a trip that the president plans to take tomorrow. To Kenosha, Wisconsin. The governor of Wisconsin has told him not to come. We'll get into that a little bit deeper in just a second before we do that. We're gonna roll out our audio clip. This is our featured clip of this hour. The attorney for Jacob Blakes family Now again, the president says that he would like to meet with Jacob Lakes family and the attorney for the family, says the Trump administration. While they would like to meet or talk with them, he says that they are open to that possibility. Here is what the book Blake family attorney said. His name is Benjamin Crump, he told Face Nation on CBS. It is our featured audio clip this morning on Monday morning rap off the Sunday morning talk shows. The Blake family has not been contact at this time. Uh, Blake family is very respectful of all. I elected officials and as his mother says, she prays for all about make it efficient. Um, so we will see from whether the President Trump's administration off Vice President Biden and campaign and him and Camilla Harris of the Senate toe have already spoken for about an hour. So the blanks So as of yesterday, the request had not been submitted by one would believe since publicly we've already talked about it on our program this morning that the president would like to meet with the Blake family that there might be some sort of dealings going on behind the scenes there might be because I mean, his, his press secretary, said that he was going to request to do this, but it did not say it had been done. He's going to be in Kenosha tomorrow. He's going to take a tour of some of the damage in the city. Is going to meet with law enforcement there. We don't know if he'll be meeting with either the governor or the mayor since the governor said, Do not come. I don't see that meeting happening with the governor. Now. Usually, I mean, the governor of a state will greet We don't. We don't know when the governor says Don't come to my state. Probably not going to rob the rest of it. I don't see an airport handshake or what Well or fist bump what we were doing these days. Yeah. It'll be there tomorrow. So that'll be interesting video time not to get too caught up in the top. National stories on news 93.1 KFBK from ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston after a deadly confrontation between protesters and pro Trump supporters in Portland, Oregon, over the weekend, the mayor there, and President Trump has been in a war of words. Over who's.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hot today with areas of smoke and a high of 93 to 97. Tonight will be clear and easy with areas of smoking a little 50 to 62 tomorrow. Sunshine Hazy hot line 93 to 97 macula there. Meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 currently 66 degrees in Folsom 64 degrees in Sacramento. And here are the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. This morning, California hair salons and barber shops will be open for business kft case. Aubrey Aquino spoke to Anna Toma salon owner who is thrilled to get our clients back in son Thomas's pigtails and Crewcuts hadn't even been opened for a year when the pandemic hit. Its owner, Karen Mo. M. Says. It's been an emotional roller coaster. The way that I'm looking at it is it can only get better from here and, you know, trying to make the most of it. So when we were allowed to open for a short while we did controlled with appointments when we were allowed to operate outdoors, we did. I'm trying to do everything I can. Man to keep my business going. Whatever it takes. The hair salon is known for specializing in kids cuts, but they can take care of grown ups, too. We're also seeing a lot of adults coming in for a haircut, son, especially with Outdoor services. You know a lot of this along, so we're not doing it. So we've been getting a lot of adults in as well that are looking for a place to go and to keep in line with social distancing and frequent cleanups visits right now, or by appointment only Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk, but it is a different story for Jim's and fitness centers. They are limited to outdoors on Lee. Life time Athletic resort GM Rob JJ, Emily says members are anxious to get back in the building. And he says many people are calling. You have not only seen our members want to come back, we had a considerable amount of folks coming from other Health clubs to come to lifetime because they because of our reputation and our brand image family says that they will be ready to go assume is Governor Newsome gives them the thumbs up. More than 700. Students at Chico State will need to find a new place to live dormitories are closed following the Koven 19 outbreak on campus KFBK is Mike Barker reports. University president Gail Hutchinson says nearly 30 cases of Cove in 19 have been tied to the Chico State campus. With many of the cases reported in on campus dorms. Chico State has only been holding classes for a week. But the troubling trend line has only gotten worse. We're able to slow the spread. I would love to see it come back in the spring. But if not our factory, and staff and students were prepared to continue virtually as long as we need, Teo To control this thing. Last week, Hutchinson warn students to quit partying and holding large gatherings. With the threat of expulsion. Chica state will now hold virtual classes for the rest of the fall semester. Mike Baka News. 93.1 kfbk flavored tobacco products will be banned in California starting January. 1st Kate McKay's Dina Kodiak, with details Governor Gavin Newsom quickly signed the new law after it sailed through the legislature Friday. Senate Bill 7 93 by San Matteo, Democrat Geri Hill outlaws the sale of all flavored tobacco and e cigarette products. The measure is aimed at reducing smoking by teenagers,.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:44 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Easy sunshine today with areas of smoke and a high of 91 95 Tonight will be clear with some haze and smoke and a lower 59 to 63. Mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of 93 to 97 Friday, plenty of sunshine and hot with a high of 97 to 101 macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KFBK. Currently it is 59 degrees in Lake Tahoe and out of the stories that are trending on this Wednesday morning this morning, Governor Newsome has announced that he supports affirmative action. There will be an initiative on the ballot in November that would allow California colleges To consider race, sex and ethnicity when admitting students currently affirmative action is banned in California. Also this morning, California state auditor is concerned about overspending by state leaders can picnic. Amiga has reports in a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom's administration. Elaine how warned that the state is at high risk of waste, fraud and abuse because of the large sum of Federal Cove in 19 funds, California has either received or is expected to receive more than 71 billion in federal Corona virus aid. Help operate 35 federal programs. How is now keeping a close watch on 18 government agencies in charge of overseeing the spending Nick and Miguel Hiss NEWS 93.1 KFBK Chico State officials say they're not trying to follow the examples of universities of Alabama and North Carolina while students live on campus. Kfbk is Mike Baka reports that officials there are cracking down on parties in the age of Corona virus. Those two schools have seen huge spikes in Cove in 19 cases as students have returned to campus in their respective cities. Many of the cases at the Southern college campuses are the result of parties and Chico State President Gail Hutchinson wants Chico State to avoid that We've seen some open parties in the neighborhood. I want to remind students that they need to really practice physical, distancing and behaved during Kobe, she says. Each student has a responsibility not only for themselves, but for their friends for their families and for the community. More than 500 students were diagnosed with Cove in 19 in less than a week of classes in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mike Baka News 93.1 calf. Kareem Abdul Jabbar son is now facing charges on suspicion of stabbing his 60 year old neighbor can't because Mark Mayfield reports, prosecutors say 28 year old Adam Abdul Jabbar stabbed his San Clemente neighbors several times during an argument over trash cans and their shared driveway back in June. Orange County District attorney's office says the alleged victim fractured his skull had brain bleeding and almost died from blood loss. After collapsing at the emergency room. Prosecutors say the N BA legend son used a large hunting knife during the attack. He's facing four felony counts and three enhancements. Mark Mayfield News 93.1.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Valley, Alpine Meadows will remove squat from its name. Ron Cohen is the president of Squad Valley Alpine Meadows and says removing the term squad has been years in the making. Nobody here intended to use it in a derogatory sense in the context of the ski area. What what we've learned Mohr and Maura and Maura's years have gone by. Is just how derogatory and even izing the word is. That's just a portion of our conversation with Ron Cohen. He says that they will get feedback from the public on recommendations for a new name and a new name. Rollout is planned for early next year. We're going to dive deeper into this. We had more audio clips from Ron Cohen coming up about 10 minutes from now or so OK Leaders at California universities are bracing for lower enrollment and deeper budget cuts in 2021 K. P. K's Mike Barker reports on what CSU leaders expect, Chico State President Gail Hutchinson says with a drop in enrollment and cuts to the CSU system, her school needs to tread lightly. We have to cut our budget by approximately $23 million this year, so we're doing the best we can tighten our belt, she says. The university is requiring their students to take a cove. It commitment training course. To emphasize the safety measures in place and on campus. We only have students living one student to a room made sure that they keep their distance. They travel in and out of buildings on Li in a one way fashion, Hutchinson says. Enrollment is at 16,000 with more than 60% of the students returning to the town. Mike Baka News. 93.1 calf became a big win this morning for a California church that continues to fight against the state's pandemic restrictions. KPK is Mark Mayfield reports now on Grace Community Church in Southern California. On Tuesday, A judge denied Los Angeles County's fourth request for a restraining order against the Sun Valley church that keeps holding packed indoor services. Against Corona virus public health orders, The judge says the most recent county lawsuit fell short of requirements and fails to justify a temporary restraining order. That means the county can't shut it down or find it as planned. Another hearing is set for September the fourth mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK judges refusing to order a Central Valley private school to close after a defied state and local health orders. The judge denied. Fresno County Health officials request for a temporary injunction ending in Lasse instruction Emanuel schools and really opened its campus on August 13th. Several news reports showed students without masks and not practicing social distancing. Another hearing is scheduled for September. 15th In other news this morning a bill that would ban the use of tear gas for crowd control is now heading to the California Senate because Marshall Benson has details. Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez says she wrote a B 66 after seeing and hearing recent reports of protesters injured by rubber bullets if it passes Bill would create the nation's first standards on when police can utilize nonlethal weapons on the public. The bill is strongly opposed by several law enforcement groups. The California State Senate is set to vote on the legislation next week. Marshall Benson, who's 93.1 kfbk? I would imagine that there are police organizations in the state of California that will fiercely fight that piece of legislation banning tear gas. How do you control the crowd in a riot? It's one non lethal tool they have control of crowd. You know, I don't know. No tear gas versus rubber bullets. If memory serves, I think thesis that'll City Council did something very similar. Said Die on no tear gas. I mean way. Know what's going on in the title deed? Yes. Best video. Okay. Joe Biden has said he would shut down the country again if Cove in 19 cases flare up again. Dr Scott Atlas and advisor to President Trump says that is the wrong approach. Here's what he told Fox News in our featured audio clip this hour. Well, I mean, that kind of statement is really for somebody who hasn't been paying attention.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:35 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stories trending on this Wednesday morning. People who live in Sacramento County who come down with covert 19 may get paid $1000 to stay home for 14 days. County health officials are considering this program, which would go to people who do not qualify for unemployment or other assistance programs the city of Sacramento rolling out another government stimulus program, here's Mayor Darrell Steinberg. Wanna really focus on digital skills to the construction trades and third is training community health outreach workers. Mayor Steinberg says the money will be given to people for career development and not just to pay weekly bills. One school district in Plaster County is delaying the reopening of its schools. KFBK Sneak A mega hits with more on the county was removed from California's Cove in 19 Watch list. The Rockland Unified School District is postponing the reopening of schools for in person learning. The district previously voted to begin the school year with a hybrid model, and last week it announced plans to reopen on September 8th. Now the district is saying Plaster County health officials are recommending all school district's delay any kind of school re opening, citing a lack of timely testing available in the county. Nikola Goddess News 93.1 KFBK this morning. Chico State administrators say student enrollment has not taken a huge hit during the pandemic. KP CASE Mike Baka reports more than 16,000 students are taking classes at Chico State, and it equates on ly to about a 6 to 7% drop in enrollment. There were concerns that the remote learning model would hurt enrollment. Mohr 60% of students, they're living off campus. Students have come back to Chico in force, and we have over 700 students living in our resident calls on that is Chico, say President Gail Hutchinson, she says Each student must go through a cove it commitment training course, and there's only one student per room at the dormitories. Mike Baka NEWS 93.1 CAF E K. Christina headline San Francisco Chronicle at this, so this really puts in perspective, the fires, you know, we throw out so many numbers when we have these fires that sometimes just gets a little bit too confusing, But I think this one really puts it in perspective. Wildfires California Have burned almost 2000 Square miles in 10 days. Okay. It gives you an idea of how much just in terms of the mile now. 2000 Square Miles. Yeah, 10 days. Amazing. Okay, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories now on news 93.1 k F three people.

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A high of 97 to 1, a one Mac you weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1. Currently it is 62 degrees in Sacramento and out of the stories that are trending on this Wednesday morning this morning, Governor Newsome has announced that he supports affirmative action. There will be an initiative on the ballot in November that would allow California colleges to consider race, sex and ethnicity when admitting students currently affirmative action. Banned in California, California state order to keeping tabs on the state's Corona virus spending because the state is at risk for over spending kid because Nick Amiga has reports in a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom's administration, Elaine how warned that the state is at high risk of waste, fraud and abuse because of the large sum of Federal Cove in 19 funds, California has either received or is expected to receive more than 71 billion in federal Corona virus aid. Help operate 35 federal programs. How is now keeping a close watch on 18 government agencies in charge of overseeing the spending Nick and wiggle his news 93.1 kfbk Chico State officials say they are not trying to follow the examples of the universities of Alabama and North Carolina. Will students live on campus? Kfbk is Mike Baka reports that officials there are cracking down on parties in the age of Corona virus. Those two schools have seen huge spikes in Cove in 19 cases as students have returned to campus in their respective cities. Many of the cases at the Southern college campuses are the result of parties and Chico State President Gail Hutchinson wants chica State to avoid that We've seen some open parties in the neighborhood. I want to remind students that they need to really practice physical, distancing and behaved during Kobe, she says. Each student has a responsibility not only for themselves, but for their friends for their families and for the community. More than 500 students were diagnosed with Cove in 19 in less than a week of classes in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mike Baka News 93.1 calf Kareem Abdul Jabbar son now facing charges on suspicion of stabbing his 60 year old neighbor Kfbk is Mark Mayfield reports. Prosecutors say 28 year old Adam Abdul Jabbar stabbed his San Clemente neighbors several times during an argument over trash cans and their shared drive way back in June. Orange County District attorney's office says the alleged victim fractured his skull had brain bleeding and almost died from blood loss. After collapsing at the emergency room. Prosecutors say the N Ba legend son used a large hunting knife during the attack. He's facing four felony counts and three enhancements..

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NewsRadio KFBK

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Squad Valley, Alpine Meadows will remove squat from its name. Ron Cohen, president of Squash Valet, Alpine Meadows says removing the term squad has been years in the making. Nobody here intended to use it in a derogatory sense in the context of the ski area. What what we've learned Mohr and Mohr and Maura's years have gone by. Is just how derogatory in dehumanizing the word is going, says they will be getting feedback from the public on recommendations for a new name. The new name roll out his plan for early next year, and we're going to die of a little bit deeper into this one. Coming up in our next half hour at 6 45 this morning, leaders at the California universities are bracing for lower enrollment and deeper budget cuts in 2021 kfbk is Mike Baka reports on what CSU leaders expect. Chico State President Gail Hutchinson says with a drop in enrollment and cuts to the CSU system, her school needs to tread lightly. We have to cut our budget by approximately $23 million this year, so we're doing the best weekend to tighten our belt, she says. The university is requiring their students to take a cove it commitment training course to emphasize the safety measures in place and on campus. We only have students living one student to a room made sure that they keep their distance. They travel in and out of buildings on Li in a one way Hutchinson says enrollment is at 16,000 with more than 60% of the students returning to the town. Mike Baka News 93.1 Big win this morning for a California church that continues to fight against the state's pandemic restrictions. Camp decays Mark Mayfield reports on Grace Community Church in Southern California. On Tuesday, A judge denied Los Angeles County's fourth request. For a restraining order against the Sun Valley church that keeps holding packed indoor services against Corona virus. Public health orders. The judge says the most recent county lawsuit fell short of requirements and fails to justify a temporary restraining order. That means the county can't shut it down or find it as planned. Another hearing is set for September the fourth mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK judges refusing to order a Central Valley private school to close after it defied state and local health orders. A judge denied Fresno County Health officials request For a temporary injunction ending in class instruction. Emanuel Schools and Ridley opened reopened its campus August 13th. Several news reports showed students without masks and not practicing social distancing. Another hearing is scheduled for September. 15th Elsewhere in the news this morning, a bill that would ban the use of tear gas for crowd control is now heading to the California Senate because Mark Marshall Benson has details. Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez says she wrote a B 66 after seeing and hearing recent report. It's of protesters injured by rubber bullets. If it passes, the bill would create the nation's first standards on when police can utilize nonlethal weapons on the public. The bill is strongly opposed by several law enforcement groups. The California State Senate is set to vote on the legislation next week. Marshall Benson, who's 93.1 kfbk? I don't know how that's gonna play out. If you take tear gas out of the hands of police officers, how in the world they're going to control unruly crowd What other tools do they have? They've got the rubber bullet thing, which I think could be worse. I mean, I've been tear gassed. It is like it's like hitting a brick wall. I mean, it's not comfortable. Yeah, but you recover from it. It's as I understand it. It's a little bit. Ah, it's a little bit more forceful than pepper spray. Yeah, you pretty much I mean, anything you're doing at that point, like stops happening. Oh, boy s. Oh, it's effective. We'll seem okay. New York City is collapsing financially. During this pandemic lock down. 13,000 departments are empty. An estimated one third of their restaurants and small businesses are closed. Likely for good. Now Author James All teacher and Jerry Seinfeld are locked in this back and forth over the future of New York City. All teacher recently said that New York is dead that it will never come back. Seinfeld then shot back at all teacher criticizing him for saying that Now all teacher is firing back at Seinfeld, and that is our featured audio clip this hour. Here's what all teacher told Fox business again. I don't know why I said I don't have to be personal in his attack like he hasn't Know me at all. But instead, I'm I'm focused on what could the solutions be? And let's look at the facts of what the problems are. The city is going in the direction of bankruptcy. They've already announced that on August 31st. They're going to send out 22,000 pink slips for critical workers. Police Empty workers empties the people who are front line on the virus there about the fire, and I don't know why. Jerry is not more focused on that. Jerry went after him. Yes, it Jerry said. Look, we're coming back. Well, New York is going to come back. I mean, I haven't spent a lot of time in New York, but the people that I know from New York are just fiercely proud. Of the fact that they are from New York. So and Jerry Seinfeld, of course, being one of them and altars says I am, too. But he says, we have 13,000 empty apartments. Ah, third of our small businesses and restaurants closed right now. Compare that to San Francisco. You brought this up yesterday. It's bears repeating this morning, a new survey out of San Francisco 46%. Of storefront businesses in San Francisco. Shut down for good. Cording to the Chamber of Commerce 46%. That's half in San Francisco. Ah, third in New York, and all teachers point of view is you can't come back from that. Unless you have a lot of time and those who doubt him. Detroit..

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"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

"gail hutchinson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For 14 Days. County health officials are considering that program. Which would go to people who do not qualify for unemployment or for other assistance programs. The city of Sacramento is rolling out another government stimulus programme. Mayor Darrell Steinberg is announcing an initiative for long term workforce Development wonder really focus on digital skills to the construction trades and third is training community health outreach workers. Mayor Steinberg wants those who receive funding to have long term development, not just money to get through the week. One school district in Plaster County is now delaying the reopening of its schools. Campy case, Nick Oh my God has explained what the county was removed from California's Cove in 19 Watch list. The Rockland Unified School District is postponing the re opening of schools. For in person learning. The district previously voted to begin the school year with a hybrid model, and last week it announced plans to reopen on September 8th. Now the district is saying Plaster County health officials are recommending all school district's delay any kind of school re opening, citing a lack of timely testing. Available in the county. Nika Mega Hiss News 93.1. Kfbk. Also this morning, Chico State officials say student enrollment has not taken a huge hit, even with remote learning during this pandemic KFBK is Mike Baka reports more than 16,000 students are taking classes at Chico State, and it equates on ly to about a 6 to 7% drop in enrollment. There were concerns that the remote learning model would hurt enrollment. Mohr 60% of students, They're living off campus. Students have come back to Chico in force, and we have Over 700 students living in our resident falls on our kids That is Chico State President Gail Hutchinson, she says. Each student must go through a cove ID commitment training course, and there's only one student per room at the dormitories. Mike Baka News 93.1 CAF E K. Okay. There's an interesting story in the headlines this morning, so I don't know how much you're watching baseball these days. But they have the cardboard cut outs. No. Oh, yes, There are all the stands. All those stadiums No. And So there's one in Seattle, a longtime Seattle Mariners fan who was once seriously hurt by a fall ball got hit again. As a cardboard cutout again again. The guy's name is David Boardman. He was actually wait a minute. His name is David Boardman. Boardman was in cardboard Cardboard Moon. Yeah, maybe his middle name's card. Ah, he was 2700 miles away, actually wouldn't happen, But he got hurt by a faux beau at an actual game One time. Then he bought one of those cardboard cutouts put in the stands and you pay like 75 bucks and you get your Face on there, so anyway, well, should change seats when they eventually go back. Thinking twice is, you know that's like lightning striking the target? Interesting study, looking at the immune response of men and women to covert 19. So for some reason, men have been getting sicker with the virus. So they took a look at these. At these immune responses, and what they found is that men produce a weaker immune response to this virus than women. Is that right? Very interesting. I wonder why that why would that be eyes there any reason why they think well, they dio and the study was published yesterday in the journal Nature. Women mount faster and stronger immune responses, perhaps because their bodies were rigged to fight Disease when they're carrying babies without more nor newborn Children. Women. Their immune system is not only protecting them, but is trying to protect the fetus. A CZ well, and they think that women just have a stronger immune response, particularly to these viruses. Ah men. Especially those over the age of 60 may need to depend more on vaccines to protect against overnight. I mean, women have always had longer life expectancies than man. Oh, well, True, you know, the longer Yeah, They do live longer and you know, But they looked specifically at Cove in 19 for this study because they were curious and wondering why it seemed that men got sicker here. The top national stories in news 93.1 kfbk. Republicans continue making their case tonight for why they think Donald Trump should be reelected. Last.

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