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"grass valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"There in grass valley will begin limiting their access to the facility to two hundred vehicles per day they currently average four hundred twenty two vehicles per day since the state why such a place order when in fact they're doing the limits to attempt to it into a tip to keep it open for center workers while also protecting employees and customers that's because everybody's at home now they're fixing stuff up and cleaning stuff out that I sent and then a run into the don't yep it's true we're doing it to our present company included right now I raise my hand two days ago made the run home then you know there's only so long you can stare at that closet there's only so much junk you can stand looking at markets okay that's got it all so I have you heard about these thermal cameras we talked about him a little bit Amazon is now using them in a lot of their distribution centers yes I have it read registers the temperature it registers the temperature of employees and I can also tech can tell people getting close to each other and I don't know buzzer goes off for now announcer comes on nothing happens until you hear too close but Amazon is getting these from a blacklisted Chinese company one a company that the United States has blacklisted for tagging or they don't want the technology Amazon's doing business with the Chinese company that they're not supposed to be doing business together and it's because the Chinese are very very good at these thermal cameras they were using them for surveillance of some of their men out minority populations a long before the panic start instead of wonder what they're putting those cameras have set foot exactly really good at making the cameras yeah they are and that's where Amazon is getting them but look for more of these thermal cameras to be rolled out at other businesses as well they're looking at them a potentially for it airports not these particular cameras but other thermal cameras for airports in other situations where they need to keep track of people's temperature and their social distancing shortly after the state of California launched a website to help unemployed Californians the website crashed what went wrong who's paying the price for the latest state computer failure we've got that for you in three minutes Alexa Hey Google.
A Sneak Peek of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival
"What is the wild and scenic film festival? It's it sounds like a bunch of hippies drinking up in Nevada Vada city. You're not wrong The Wild and scenic film festival is a opportunity for filmmakers and activists from around the world to come together to tell the stories that they care most about About protecting the environment. And this is your first podcast so low right you. You had all the equipment you went up you. You didn't know who you can exactly interview. What was it like Well it was exciting I did lose my phone with all the recordings on it for a period of about twelve of hours but luckily thanks to the The kind hearted people in Nevada city. I was able to get my my phone back with all these interviews. So crisis averted so Nevada city is like the heart of the like eighteen fifties goldrush right the forty niners that that's where everything happened is amazing when you go there because it looks looks like this old gold town. That's right it's it's right in the Sierra foothills in it it does look like and feel like in some ways that you're going back in time and and Melinda The Executive Director of the South you've ever citizens league tells us a little bit about Nevada city and history in the ways in which the Yuba river in particular has really shape the town cool so his Sarah talking with Melinda booth. Who's responsible for bringing this huge festival together every year? Uh So this film festival is now in its eighteenth year and it's an environmental an adventure film based festival here in Nevada city and Grass Valley California. So we're we're in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains about halfway between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe and we had some beautiful snow last night. Blanketing our town. But it's sunny and melting and we're ready for the eight thousand people that are going to come to our small foothills town for this. Annual event. So South River Citizens League we affectionately refer to ourselves by our acronym circle was founded back in nineteen ninety-three and a bunch of concerned citizens came together when dams were proposed on the South Yuba River and they decided that's not what they wanted for the river in their community and they banded together and fought those dams over sixteen years. It was a sixteen year long fight but they were ultimately successful in protecting the river by by achieving California State designation for wild and scenic status for thirty nine miles to the south you bought which permanently protects it this community really is all about the Yuba River. It's an economic driver for us. It's a place of renewal. It's a place of recreation. It's habitat refuge. It's definitely one of the most scenic rivers in California cornea and you have these beautiful smooth granite boulders. You have these emerald waters you have deep pools. It's relatively warm in the summer and it's a magical place. There's more folks who enjoy the river naked than clothed but. Tell us a little bit about the film festival. I see that the Tagline is where activism gets inspired tired so back in nineteen ninety nine. One circled did achieve that wild and scenic status for the river they were to crossroads and decided You know they achieved what they set out to to do. And so then the question was okay well organization done. Did we reach our goal or is there more to do and they quickly realized that. Gosh there's so much more to do. Circles mission is to unite the community to protect and restore the river. And there's lots of work to be done year round so we're focusing on that mission throughout the entire watershed so from the headwaters waters up at sugarbush ski resort if people know the area that's near the headwaters all the way down to the confluence with the feather river in Marysville the founders of the film festival were very very forward thinking and realized if they could create something that could create a sustainable funding source to help the organization that would be a real help to achieving in our mission and so wild and scenic film festival was created. It was of course named after the win of wild and scenic status and it started as two nights heights and one venue back in two thousand and three and it's grown here in twenty twenty to take place in two towns. We have venues and grass valley and Nevada city. It's five days as we have ten film venues. We have activists workshops we have celebrations. We have virtual reality lounge. We have an environmental art exhibition. There's really a whole lot. Outgoing on does the film festival travel and are there ways for people that live elsewhere to enjoy the festival and enjoy these films. Yes so we kick it off every year in January January here in the foothills in Nevada city grass valley in January but then we hit the road and we take these films on tour so you might see a wild and scenic event near you we have about two hundred and fifty events annually reaching more than sixty five thousand people with these inspiring stories and you can search for an event in your area and if there's not one you can be a host so what we do which I think is really incredible. Is We're actually partnering with Environmental Organizations. Really any kind of organization who want it to host a festival in their area so that they can raise awareness for issues in their community and raise funds for the work that they're doing so it's a really cool partnership a way to get these films seen inspire more people and really Increase the groundswell for the environmental movement. As a whole I love that Can you give us an example or tells Tulsa story about maybe the most inventive or unusual way that people have brought the wild and scenic film festival to their community. I love it when people do outdoor screenings screenings. It's really great so we have some folks in Florida with their shoes off toes in the sand. Watch these films at night outside so one of the cool things about living in Sacramento obviously is the Sacramento River. And I've always had this dream of going being from reading down to the sea. One of the cool movies that you've got to see them super jealous about is cold the Sacramento at current speed and these guys go in that story story which is a teeny little boat and floated down and you go to catch up with them. Tell us about Tom and Mitch. Thomason mentor great to me. They really exemplify the film festival which his in many cases transforming what we might consider to be ordinary people. That didn't you know. Set their careers to be filmmakers or even necessarily activists who fell in love with place and wanted to tell that story to others. And that's exactly what happened with Mitch and Tom. They would go out occasionally with each other with their wives on the river and in came to be Really compelled by the river and wanting to protect it and so they made this film Which ended up winning the twenty twenty people's Choice Award a really beautiful film and Really Beautiful Film and story and I thought it was special to that. Of course the Sacramento River flows through Sacramento so we've paddled on it and Goes through the very place where a lot of decisions about water in the entire state are made so just a lot of Nice different connections with this one. Sara Fest Out Utah With Mitch Dion and then with Tom Bottles who made the Sacramento at current speed. Which won the People's Choice Award The wild and scenic Film Festival Mitch starts by explaining how the idea for the film was launched? A was just looking for a place to row my boat down a river. I Love Rivers. I really like my little dory boat and I live in truckee aunt kind of stumbled on the Sacramento as a place to do some overnight trips without having to drive halfway across the country to Utah. Colorado or Idaho so Several years ago my wife and I didn't overnight trip on a section of the upper for Sacramento where we through our bikes into the boats camped overnight and they invite the shuttle back up to the car and we had so much fun. And we were so enamored with with what we found down there that I started doing longer trips. and Um Tom and I done lots of adventures together. But we've never took advantage Jeff. Our professional lives. He's a videographer and has made lots of films so I started telling her friends. It's about the project down here on the Sacramento and Tom's ears perked up and he said found sounds very well. Maybe you should make a movie of IT and So just hopped in my boat and Loaded up with camera gear and some food and crackers and smoke cheese and took off below reading and Started in a two week journey down the SACRAMENTO Some of which I done before and below Qaluza all the way down into the Delta was was unknown unknown you. I know that people navigate this piece of river all the time but whether we could actually row it and make it out there we really have. I've no idea all heard that the winds were extreme down there that Might be a really difficult journey. And Good Luck. What is it that you wanted to share with people the Sacramento River? The big thing is this water belongs to all of us and people may not realize that it's public domain. It's the water is supposed has to be managed to use for the use that's most beneficial to the most number Californians and you know we know that's a simple concept and after after that everything gets really complicated because a lot of give and take in tug of war but we need to be wake watch. What's happening attention to what's going on Out there because it belongs to all of
"grass valley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Alright so lets people hang on and lots of people still wanted to get on Soul go to Joe in grass valley California on the wildcard line to get it started this half hour on coast to coast Joe I know how to get here okay sure can okay yeah I was absolutely horrified India guests tonight talk about a I forget will continue talking about that you know my beliefs are really really different than his and I think that my central point would be that it's not and more you know new technologies or some of the weapon that this plan and the what I would need to do is to become more spiritually evolved I think that's that's really the best record press to go with you you know breath to develop our our spirituality and anyway I'm kind of nervous and there's no no no I think that's fine and I agree with that but here's here's a point help me sort this out okay I I would make that we get into this conversation regularly and but even when I was in seminary we talk about this I think we can often think of death and destruction is coming as a result of participation in war and forget that death and destruction can still happen if good people don't stand up and stop it at the same time so in action can result in many more deaths than action and it's so yes that's what we need and I think that's a voice that we should amplify whenever and however we can and I think world leaders need to do a better job of that without getting you know cliche or come by our that's where we all need to be going is the the the the unity of of humankind but in the meantime while we're still doing that there will be aggressors because there will always be thugs and they're always be people who think that their most important job is to satisfy their own countries needs third they'll be nationalists in some country that say I need to take over the resources of the country next door or were doomed so we come first and so they are they attack at a neighboring peaceful country what do we do what do you do at that point to just say we need to be more spiritual or do you go in and say no we're going to stop this what's your thought well I would I would question what we're told are the reasons that we go to war I think okay well that's fine but it I'm giving you I'm giving with direct scenario because this is what happened we're like in between like all sorts of different countries in Africa and we stepped out of it thinking well you know we're not gonna get involved but but still you know that means tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of people will die how do we where is the moral high ground in the well I think I mean really I think we need to well after the cobalt get rid of the real perpetrators of war I think we need to start to question everything in it is a lot of people within the show right now I think this year that's what people ought to be doing is questioning everything does not watching television and assuming that all the information you're getting is this correct I think it's it's not so much they please it's it's all the fact that omitted all the things not been granted but that's kind of a head fake from a philosophical conversations that way right that's a head fake I'm I'm giving you a real world scenario and I'm saying to you when we come right down to it if we decide that we're going to not act it can still result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people so are you saying okay I'd rather have that and not act act that was my that was my point I know but it but it's there it is the scenario that we all have to deal with so I think your point is legit let's go ahead and question authority but at some point to wages do we all disk I mean at some point question retorted can become a kind of navel gazing where we don't stand up against evil and it and that it's important to hold that intention so that we don't become the evil ourselves I I mean there's all sorts of ways to talk about it but they're so much so much that that is not you know the world is not what it seems there's so many areas that are.
"grass valley" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There are other things I'm working on suspicious off a different rom I might even raise the funds in a sense working better do you do you use like technology any I mean do you have like the latest everything hello we have a lack do you have a lecture heavy can a stupid ignorant talking boxer did you grow I need one they don't work for anyone they work about high system interesting take okay any sound off Josh in the grass valley California go ahead Josh wow everybody was like saying things I concur with every caller so far they're all spot on our take amazing mind blowing thank you so much for taking my call I'm dealing with so much right now in a moment I'm almost once again what happened well it's just that the property where I've been staying sold and I just knew I mean I can't even try to look for new place because it's impossible the state I'm in an amount of money I have to eat find anywhere I would have to basically pay somebody to four hundred dollars a month okay that's one of the two possible especially in California normally that's what you pay a day exactly and so I knew once this was over but I'm going to get to the point it's because the property was sold because the person who bought the property back from the person who I moved out your window who was helping fix Lancelot he lost the property after I moved on here and he was because he was struggling with payments and stuff but the guy who brought it back is the one who sold it to him and he's done that three times my god is making a fortune to win that I guess he doesn't care until he tells the people whatever they want to hear and then don't buy the property and so that's what's happening here and so it was all it's basically just this whole ball of of momentum of capitalism that nobody wants to really admit what's going on this time the people at homes and they walk the property values to skyrocket apps now where do you live now though Josh like in the car or what we used to run twenty acres now I have you well let's just say a little prayer for you and things change for you let's hope pray for Josh strokes back.
"grass valley" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Working on searches off a different wrong I might even raise the sons and the phones working better do you do you use like technology any I mean do you have like the latest everything hello they have a lot you have a lecture I don't have any kind of stupid ignorant talking boxer did you grow I need one they don't work for anyone they work about the town interesting take okay and the sound off Josh in the grass valley California go ahead Josh wow everybody was like saying things I concur with every caller so far they're all spot on our take amazing mind blowing thank you so much for taking my call I'm dealing with so much right now in a moment I'm almost once again what happened well it's just that the property where I've been staying out sold and I just knew I mean I I can't even try to look for a new place because it's impossible to state I mean an amount of money I have to eat find anywhere I would have to basically pay somebody picked up I've been paying four hundred dollars a month okay that's one of the two possible especially in California normally that's what you pay a day exactly and so I knew once this was over but I'm going to get to the point it's because the property was sold because the person who bought the property back from the person who I moved out your window who was helping fix up plans for he lost the property after I moved on here and he lost it because he was struggling with payments and stuff but the guy who brought it back is the one who sold it to him and he's done that three times my god is making a fortune to win that.
"grass valley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And there are other things I'm working on searches off a different wrong I might even raise the funds and the phones working better do you do you you like technology any I mean do you have like the latest everything hello yeah Alexis you have a lecture I don't have any kind of stupid ignorant talking boxer did you grow I need one you know they don't work for anyone they work about high system interesting take okay any sound off Josh in the grass valley California go ahead Josh wow everybody was like saying things I concur with every caller so far they're all spot on our take amazing mind blowing thank you so much for taking my call I'm dealing with so much right now in a moment I'm almost once again what happened well it's just that the property where I've been staying up sold and I just knew I mean I I can't even try to look for new place because it's impossible the state I'm in an amount of money I have to eat find anywhere I would have to basically pay somebody to other I've been paying four hundred dollars a month okay that's one of the two possible especially in California normally that's what you pay a day exactly and so I knew once this term was over but I'm the book to get to the point it's because the property was sold because the person who bought the property back from the person who I moved out your window who was helping fix blame for that he lost the property after I moved on here and he wants me because he was struggling with payments and stuff but the guy who brought it back is the one who sold it to him and he's done that three times god is making a fortune doing now I guess he doesn't care until he tells the people whatever they want to hear and then don't buy the property and so that's what's happening here and so it was all it's basically just this whole ball of of momentum of capitalism that nobody wants to really admit what's going on this time the people of homes and they walk the property values to skyrocket apps now where do you live now though Josh like in the car or what we used to run twenty acres now I have you well let's just say a little prayer for you and things change for you let's hope pray for Josh strokes back with more sold off open lines of the moment join the coast to coast AM Facebook page with thousands of members it's great for show updates in connecting with other fans go to Facebook dot com slash coast to coast AM and click the like.
"grass valley" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"His health was really bad. He started getting like really paranoid before in his his normal personality analogy was he always loved being around crowd right always wanted had like a group of guys with them to hang out with right and then as he got older. He didn't want anybody around him he didn't want to talk to anybody. Didn't WANNA see anybody. He is in his wife. His wife was the only one that he really be around. He was really really Shitty to marry which he was never like that with his other wives. I think it gets because you hit He was traumatic Made him a lot more irritable. It was Kinda Sad. His decline was Kinda sad on July second. Nineteen and sixty one ernest woke early chose his favorite shotgun from the closet and shot himself in the head. It was two weeks before his sixty second birthday. Ernest was a prolific nick writer and the ultimate adventurer. He loved all things outdoors hunting fishing and bullfighting. He lived women drinks and of course writing the legend of Ernest. Hemingway may only surpassed by his writing. A Master of this craft. His novels and Short Stories Changed American literature forever. And that is the fabulous Liszt's life Ernest. Hemingway I have loved. You did such a great job thank you I thank you I loved it it. Do you have a bar for this week. I do Oh yes okay so This this Friday I went to a new place and it is called roost. It's like a two in one one. It's a restaurant and a brewery and The brewery is grass valley. Brewing Company. Is What is call. They make beer make spectacular beer. It's a little bit like sutter boots. it's got that same feel they have Great Great Beer selection they have like big wooden tables and they have foosball and a large Jiang gone. Large checker sounds fine. Yeah it and they have good good food and it was really cool to staff was really great to it. If you're a rep in grass valley check it out because it's it's cool..
"grass valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"At the Nevada county airport in grass valley, the mishap occurred shortly after one thirty the plane a single engine CJ six went off the runway while landing and crash people on board walked away unhurt, but that plane suffered significant damage both the FAA and the National Transportation Safety board will be investigating the accident and Eldorado school for students with disabilities where student died after being forced into a face down prone position has reopened with a new name and new management the school. Formerly known guiding hand school has reopened as point quest. The site was taken over by point quest in March at its four campuses. Point quest specializes in serving children with cognitive behavioral and emotional need. Operators of the school retained five former staff of guiding hands. The previous school was forced to be closed in January after the state revoked its license. Thirteen years. Max Benson who was autistic died after being forced into restraints by guiding hand staff. The new school says it does not use forced restraints. It's four three at cave. K high speed chase involving a DUI suspect started in wrench ova and ended in Sacramento. The chase began around four thirty yesterday afternoon. When officers approached the man's SUV after seeing him with the bottle of vodka on the vehicles center, console as the officers approached the driver allegedly put the vehicle into reverse narrowly missing the officers and then drove off at high speed gave chase caught up with the suspect on a dead end street near power in Rhode in industrial Parkway. Even then the man refused to get out of his SUV police broke, the SUV's windows got the man out with the help of a canine the suspect who has not been named faces charges of DUI and felony. Asian seven gray whales washed up on area beaches, so far this year three of those appear to have died of mount attrition, but three more died after being struck by ships, scientists at the marine mammal center say it's critical for scientists conduct in-depth necropsies to better understand why these animals are dying blunt force trauma from. Ship strikes, malnutrition and entanglements are the most common causes of death in Wales. That's what the center's research team has determined the cause of death for the seventh whale is pending four zero five now news ninety three point one. K if became let's get a check of your traffic troublespot with Steve Herrera. We got a new accident on I eighty that's just around the corner in traffic. Right. Thank you and a south Sacramento house where marijuana used to be grown will soon. Be turned into a family home Kepa case. Joe Michaels joins us live in studio with details on what city leaders hope will be the first of many such transformations such right kitty, the former grow house will be transformed into a three bedroom home for a single mother and her children after councilman Eric gala encouraged his owner to donate the building. It's in the city's Glen elder neighborhood. And that is going to be donated a habitat of humanity of greater Sacramento that instead of paying civil fines to the city during a meeting that I had with habitat for humanity about another project. I asked him could they convert an illegal marijuana house into a healthy new home for another family, and they were up to the challenge. The district. Six leader is calling the rebuild pilot project that could make it the first of many such transformations in the capital city have over a thousand of these potentially in the city of Sacramento, but those thousand homes. Of illegal grow houses could be thousand new homes for needy. Families renovation work will begin on the Glen elder home in October and should be finished by the NFL brewery. The new owners will have to put in five hundred hours of sweat equity working with habitat for humanity.
"grass valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"All right. Thank you. Bryan. Liberal high today of just fifty two degrees. We're gonna get snow across the Sierra which will be pretty consistent today levels down about two thousand feet by this afternoon. We could see a snow at around one thousand feet. In fact, you said one Folsom tomorrow, you could be getting some little snowflake on my forecast. Now see some there as well. Grass valley PA pines as well winds up to twenty five miles an hour at times Wednesday, still rainy and then dry heading into Thursday right now in Roseville, it is forty eight grass valley thirty-seven and forty-seven in downtown Sacramento. Time now is five twenty two is NewsRadio K K checks your money with the Bloomberg business reports and Ed Corry. And boy, I don't wanna make the corn industry angry. You don't wanna hear it's going to snow in Folsom. I just want to see the snow a common, but I can't do that. Cash I wanted to. But so let's talk Super Bowl. A Bud Light Super Bowl ad calls out competitors that use corn syrup, and the Gordon lobby is not happy about it. After the commercial ran the national corn Growers Association tweeted that it was disappointed and thanked Miller Leighton Kors life for supporting corn. Ultimate software is going to be bought by a group led by Hellman and Friedman shares up about sixteen percent in premarket trade Sony. Shares are down company reporting slower growth in its PlayStation business, stock futures. Well, they're a little bit soft. Dow futures down to s and p futures down one overseas. London's dunks doing pretty well. They're up about a quarter percent that is your business and money news. The next update at five fifty one I'm Ed Corry. With a Bloomberg business report on NewsRadio KF PK ninety three point one FM fifteen thirty AM. Thank you. At the time right now is five twenty three KFB PK indep a program at the Sacramento county jail is helping long-term opioid addicts transition from jail two jobs through a re entry program that uses intense counseling and a fairly odd medication vacation, excuse me. I sat down with inmates and program managers to find out how it works. How are you doing today? So it's been a few months since grip was released from jail. He's working putting his life back together. And credits this shot that he gets once a month three stick. Okay. One-two-three? Stick for helping him kick a twenty year heroin addiction. The other programs..
"grass valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In grass valley thirty five in south Lake Tahoe ended his fifty eight now in Sacramento and at six forty two time for case top national stories. Bipartisan conference committee will talk water security tomorrow for the first time since the government shutdown was lifted. It's also the first meeting for the group that's in a race to reach a deal before another shutdown could take place in February fifteenth homeland security says the US has turned back first asylum seeker from the southern border under the Trump administration's new policy requiring people to wait in Mexico for their cases to work through the court system. Venezuelan officials met with vice president Pence at the White House to work on installing the government that the US little officials telling vice president Pence a quote from ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Venezuela would have a new birth of freedom Venezuelan fares Carlos Vecchio at the White House thanking the US for blocking his country's oil imports to pressure the Maduro regime to step down. This is a fight between democracy and dictatorship Andy Field. ABC news, Washington, Los Angeles, mayor Garcetti says he won't run for president in two thousand twenty. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Now. More of our top stories here on NewsRadio cave became Trump's longtime associate Roger stone is pleading not guilty stolen was in a d c court this morning for arraignment. He's charged with obstruction lying to congress and witness tampering. As part of the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling of the two thousand sixteen presidential election. He's free now on a quarter million dollars bond. California's Senator Kamla Harris says the attack on empire's star jussie smollet is an tempted modern day lynching Chicago police says saying that his attackers yelled, racial, and homophobic, slurs and then beat him at one point one of the attackers slipped a rope around his neck, they all support an unknown chemical substance Harris tweeted support for small at saying he is one of the kindest most gentle human being she knows the democratic presidential hopeful also said no one should fear for their life because of their sexuality or their skin color experts say deadly shootout that injured five narcotics. Please officers serving a search warrant on a house in Houston illustrates the dangers of such operations. That's primarily because the officers are entering unknown territory. The officers injured came under immediate attack Monday afternoon. I from a pit bull then from a man and a woman who were both killed in an exchange of fire four officers were shot a fifth suffered a knee injury. Houston police chief art Esa veto says his agency prepares an operations plan and a threat assessment of the location where officers plan to serve warrants, but he says there is no such thing as the routine serving a warrant a death couple from California alleges that gate agent for Delta Airlines discriminated against them metro Detroit metro airport. They say they tried to communicate with an agent Sunday about getting seats next to each other on a flight to Los Angeles. The couple says the agent threw away the paper they were riding on an rolled her eyes Garcia says in a Facebook video that he tried to retrieve the paper, but the agent called police in alleged that Garcia assaulted her. Couple was ultimately denied. Boarding a spokesman for Delta Airlines says the agency threw away the paper because she thought the conversation was over and that she felt threatened because Garcia aggressively. They say went behind the ticket counter, which is against the law. The Delaware artists who created that. Fearless girl statue is being sued by a group that says while she failed to make a nine foot bronze replica of Alexander Hamilton, the US coca scarred academy. Alumni associations lawsuit says that Kristen visible breached twenty eight thousand dollar contract. Create the statue the lawsuit says visible agreed in February of two thousand seventeen to create a preliminary statue of the Hamilton, Peru. Preliminary model I should say of the Hamilton statue or about a month before. Fearless girl appeared a few blocks from the new York Stock Exchange commissioned by an asset management firm to support greater female representation on corporate boards. The association terminated its agreement last June demanding a refund the suit seeks that refund and other fees and over is. Joining in on the Super Bowl wagers. The rideshare service says it will be offering free rides to the city of the losing team either Los Angeles or Boston up to an hour after the game the so-called unhappy. Our promotion is good for fifty bucks per ride on Uber. Uber XL an uberpool the Rams and the patriots go head to head in Super Bowl. Fifty three Sunday at the Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta. Six.
"grass valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Guess the mystery voice. No bra I'm into that. Free. The nets who do you think that is in CPR bring Florida? If I if I if I guess it, right? Do I get out of the bathroom free? You get a roll of quarters because I think that's all you're going to need to cover yourself up. You've been peaking walks. Come on. No. I don't have a I don't have a clue I'm not very good at all. You don't have a listen, my friend Allen. You don't have a clue in general. I really appreciate your calls. It is always a pleasure to speak to Allen and see bring the home of Michael Ewing. There is Mark in grass valley. Welcome to sterling on Sunday. Here's my problem. My problem is that might this happened this week. I was stunned and traumatized my best friend unfriendly me on Facebook, unfriendly me. And the reason he did that as I posted a quote, I didn't even write it. I posted a quote from a guy who questioned the half a trillion dollars that has been spent on cancer research, and he's gone where where's the money all go? And I'm like, yeah. Where the money all go in the very just my questioning it caused my close friend to unfriendly on Facebook. It's amazing. And I don't know what to do. I haven't written back. I haven't called them. I don't want to screw it up. Worse Mark and grass valley. Welcome to sterling on Sunday. Hey, thanks for taking my call. How you doing? Well, Mark, let's talk about that. What you just said. Because a number of a number of my friends on the phone here have said the same thing, which is thank you for the call. Let me help you with this. I'm not a surgeon. I'm a talk show host. I am paid very little money to answer your call. But I'm paid to take your call. It's my job to take your call. It's not a favor the favor is you call me. And I thank you for calling. Now. What advice do you have for me? Well, I think. I'm curious is is is your your best friend is he in the medical field. Excellent question. He is not. I just you know. I've only listened to the show a couple of times when I drive on Sunday nights. And I enjoy it very much. I so I and I've only caught a few shows. I I have no idea of your political views or any of that. I just I get a good good kick out of your shell. It's really great. And I'm just curious that if if a person is taking a fence to a feeling about how money is being spent it just seems like maybe they're in the field of research or something like that. And and I personally feel like oftentimes big farmer is controlling what what's being what's being, you know, released to the public so to speak because you see because the money is insane. That also big form is also responsible in my opinion for the quote opioid crisis. I'm like what there's heroin, and then there's fence all and that somehow hasn't been equated with grandma's Percocet. I don't get it. Eight eight eight six eight Awa LT. Eight eight eight six eight eight wwl LT, Colleen and Saint Louis listening on camel X, welcome to sterling on Sunday. Hi, colleen. Hey, I before I even started talking about maybe flow. We have idle time rotation I have physical and intellectual brook effect. So I just wanted to throw that in there before we even started talking. I have a lot of respect for the fact that you've called a radio show you speak beautifully. I have a six year old daughter who also was born with a genetic defect. It's a serious speech defect. But she is the greatest blessing in my life. And so are you calling welcome. Hi. Thank you. I just want. Talking to politics, then we get into a big old engaged. You know argument. I hope that doesn't have it. I'm just saying in case it doesn't have. And. I've been listening to all the other caller. Oh, fifteen minutes very much the first time. I've I I it's a remarkable show. Oh, wait, you're such good caller. Colleen, you get a chance to guess the mystery voice to win a prize announcement. Are you ready here.
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"Forty-six in grass valley thirty two in south Lake Tahoe and fifty four in Sacramento, six forty two time for as top national stories delays reported at airports across the country on the twenty four th day of a partial government shutdown. It says that more than twice the normal number of TSA workers are calling in sick. And they're struggling and cities like Washington where they've had to close. Checkpoints and Miami were terminal was closed over the weekend in Houston terminal b will stay close tomorrow for a third day in a row ABC Steve Olson Saami at the White House, President Trump catered a celebration for clemson's national football championship with fast food because the shutdown left kitchen staff furloughed, Wisconsin, judge that five million dollars in bail for twenty one year old Jake Patterson the man accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie clause, and murdering her parents, California, governor Gavin Newsom trying to assure residents that the potential Pacific Gas and electric bankruptcy won't result in power shut offs. The company is facing billions potential damages from lawsuits recent wildfires, but Newsome says it's too soon to consider bailing the company out. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Now. More of our top stories on NewsRadio KF became population of a state native species is hit record lows California's monarch butterfly population. Hit record lows in the two thousand eighteen year. According to the New York Times, a nonprofit group that take stock of the population. Every year said that the population suffered an eighty six percent drop from the two thousand seventeen year the population was at about one hundred and forty eight thousand and then dropped to a little over twenty thousand this past year. Monarchs in the western part of the country migrate to California during the winter and biologists Emma pelton told the times that if nothing is done to preserve the western monarch they could face extinction. Jordan, Christmas, NewsRadio KFB k the miracle on the Hudson was ten years ago this week brave and skilled US Airways pilot and making an emergency landing on New York's Hudson river after hitting a flock of geese, which paralysed the jets engines, captain Chesley, sullen burger, sully saved the lives of all one hundred and fifty five passengers including in nine months. Old baby just a few hundred feet from where that plane crash..
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"Is up outside of grass valley highway forty nine. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And they decided to pull it back on top of the footings with some oxen. Emmy, the main bridge was intact. They just had to push back onto the footings. And then they took a look at the said wasn't that graffiti on the other side, and now it's called the backwards covered bridge back critical bridges H. One of these bridges has a unique story there really cool grasp values. Forty nine is that the one I'm thinking of I don't know. I was going to ask you is there one in is it bridge porridge port that that bridge is the longest free span covered bridge in the world, depending upon how you measure it if you measure abutment to abutment, there's another bridge in Ohio that might win that that name if you measure, it would the would outside outside then that one I think takes takes the fame, but this other ones in Ohio. When was the Honey run bridge built the honeymoon bridge. I believe it was built in eighteen ninety eight hundred nine hundred there's some dispute about that. Because what happens sometimes is they build these bridges, and then they do some modification to it. Now, they call it a new bridge and they set a new date. So when you when you look at various things, we'll see there's some discrepancies on these time to time. I'm wondering about the covered part of it. So you say these were developers from the east coast. So they come out there. And you say this what do they you had to build covered bridges? Uh-huh. Why the covered bridges it because the weather aback in the east.
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"No registration numbers. That can be traced to them the Sacramento. Bee reports Michael Paul Grisham Smith of grass valley was arrested earlier this year. The US attorney's office says the forty four year old man was sentenced Friday. Federal prosecutors say Smith contacted a firearms vendor on the dark net a part of the internet accessible only through anonymity providing tools the vendor turned out to
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"Ks so. In the words of my late. Friend Aretha Franklin show some are ESPN, c. t. nailed it Well I'm looking at the grass valley, and Nevada county police blotter but there's a problem here The grass. According, to the union newspaper the grass valley police couldn't access the, logs because of technical issues That's not good hopefully they didn't miss too much Well let's see how then. I'll go over to the. Nevada county sheriff's office this is all on Friday I'll get, you up with the rest. Of the weekend later but I'm going to Friday I five thirty eight. AM Friday a. Caller on old dowdy Phil highway Ooh Downey highway near Cedric. Road reported seeing a flashlight on her property and I'm kind of wondering Being held by someone or was it just. A, flashlight that's what I'm wondering this is ever ready on the lawn. To call nine one one Six thirty. Two this is a caller on, d. shown place near Wheeler acres road reported that a neighbor. Was, had told her, I'm, disappointed in you ladies I've? Lived here. A long time and I'm? Ashamed obviously a reason to. Dial nine one? One yes I would one yes you're what did they say nine one what do they say emergency that's at? Nine one one what's. Your emergency a neighbor just told me he was disappointed at us He's lived? Here a long time and. He said he? Was a shamed oh no we'll send someone right away Eight. Twenty three I'm a on vintage drive near. Harvest way oh yes it's the quintessential she she dog these days guess. What, kind, of dogs we're talking about Rhymes with Muskie oh the good old husky.
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"Sarah. Cardona, summer you're used to not seeing classmates so it's kind of like oh okay but then now, coming back and not seeing. Some people going to be in, your class going to. Be hard extra security is in place Michelle Franzen ABC news stay connected stay informed KOMO news eight thirty one right now more. Smoky haze all. Across the Pacific northwest this morning in downtown Seattle the temperature is sixty two degrees with Gregg. Hersholt I'm, MandA factor here the top stories from, the KOMO twenty four seven news center at health. Authorities are warning you to stay indoors. If you. Can today is the air quality, has worsened Tuesday agencies throughout western Washington were, declaring that the smoky, air was, officially unhealthy. For everyone and they're asking you now to limit your time outside this woman says she's, going to try and, get, outside anyway These days. And Seattle it's really hard to not try and. Take advantage of all the dry days that you get so. I think for now I'm still willing to get out and about air quality is expected to remain at the unhealthy level through today forecasters are expecting coastal winds to arrive tonight and, some of the smokes expected to clear tomorrow and Friday. The source of. That smoke all the wildfires NBC. And here in our state, in, Washington, they have burned more than one hundred thirty five thousand acres mostly in central and eastern parts of the state. The only major fire on. This side. Of the, cascades is, the maple fire in, Mason county that held steady at just over twelve hundred acres the fire is now forty percent contained. Investigators believe it was caused by humans but. They. Haven't said exactly how it started the biggest fire in the state, right now he has burned nearly seventy six thousand acres it's near. Grand Cooley and. Mansfield is called the. Grass valley fire it's eighty seven percent contained commander say the progress of the fire has slowed considerably one, home was damaged and five outbuildings were destroyed it could. Be another month, before the cougar creek fires contain that's the Are anti at this fire started from a lightning strike July twenty eight it's. Grown to more than thirty one thousand acres right now it's only five percent contained about three hundred homes, and businesses are still considered threatened by that fire and in the middle of all of, this danger someone has tried to set fires a man was taken into custody this morning after a string of. Dumpster fires in Redmond Bellevue someone said fires behind businesses along north east twentieth street early this morning some video for the King County sheriff's chills. Those officers making an arrest near the fires this person is being called a, person of interest at this point fire crews also tell us they're looking at. Some damage to buildings and cars that were near those. Dumpsters almost Kelly Cooperman's reporting a new report lists Washington among the. States with. The lowest rates have. Impaired driving deaths in the nation but komo's Carleen. Johnson reports that does not mean our state is. Moving in the right direction when it comes to driving under. The influence And this report comes from safe wise where spokeswoman Susie Brzezinski tells KOMO their analysts used data from the. National Highway Traffic Safety. Administration defined the number of impaired driving deaths in each state and then they compared that data to census, population estimates to determine which states had the highest and which they had the lowest rates of impaired driving deaths per one hundred thousand residents The seventh, lowest rate of impaired driving in the nation the team produced this report to help remind Americans to stay safe over the boozy holiday weekend coming up Labor Day convenient services like Uber Could contact with Iraq very easily it's not worth it. If you've had even a little bit, strange just go ahead and call someone so safe why says we're doing pretty good overall seventh. Best with, the lowest rate of DUI Fatos in the nation but compared here just in Washington state, things are getting a whole lot worse according to the Washington traffic safety commission in recent, years in fact last year five hundred and. Sixty five people lost their lives in crashes in the. State nearly half of those were blamed on impaired drivers and since the legalization of recreational marijuana things have been worsening, Carleen Johnson, KOMO news Find out. How things are moving on the roads right now. Our AAA traffic.
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"On talk radio five sixty okay here we go nevada county police blotter this over the weekend the vata county it's sierra foothills pretty it's very rural grasp valleys up there the city of grass valley nevada county one of the smaller counties in terms of population beautiful county but you look at the police blotter it's like wow step back in time right okay so here's the grass valley police department blotter that will get to the county sheriff's office so this is a twenty in the morning friday we're just catching up on everything we missed so eight twenty a man from the nine hundred block of amber loop reported a man punched him in the face and shoved him the other party said he refused to leave a bedroom and there was some pushing that's why hit him in the face and shoved up they're required to get out of a bedroom now this leads us to wonder what the heck was in the bedroom right what was going on in there anyway anyway no charges were requested that was eight twenty friday morning few minutes later caller from the one hundred block of east berryhill dr reported a woman looking in cars and then going into a maintenance vehicle on this lot the person who called to report in this woman said the woman told her that she had used drugs and was just going to go back home and go to bed alma maintenance vehicle i'm very confused no i well we only have so much information please water stories but i'm guessing she was wandering around on drugs in in a in a commercial lot of some sort or there was a maintenance vehicle she tried to get into it was confronted she said you know i'm on drugs i'm just going to go home that seemed like a good idea now after talking to you my my judgments cleared out okay caller from the one hundred block of south church street reported a man was pushing a disabled car and then it rolled backward running over his legs up see now he stop i got a great story in the semi law good man ninety three now this is some.
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"The same car that the person who hailed the ride was told would be coming but i think people don't necessarily pays much attention so he's accused of raping and assaulting seven women he started according the authorities in october of 2016 was still doing it up through january of this year 27 felony counts of all the terrible things that you could imagine he's going to jail for awhile imagined hopeful for sure well we're expecting a wetter warmer storm to hit us here in so cal tomorrow but there's this storm that's taken aim at the sierra that could be one of the fiercest in years now this is the northern sierra desert new much for our snowpack dozen are still pack is all about the southern sierra i think it yeah i think you're right on that part i mean overall though the sierra solve record snowfall last year so i mean you've got to think that there is a correlation a little bit between the two but on they see that this storm could have the heaviest snowfall kind of at the front end of it and that's going to start wednesday night to add tonight actually and then the significant snow though could drop as low as grass valley late two thousand feet and it's going to say often on through saturday and are so i gave you trying to go over the grapevine could that affect you i think is far farther north wait yet that's way north is like and our kids grass valley is outside of the sacramento corny are absurd asked ski resorts there i area yes so there's gonna be obvious some obviously very good scheme but you're not going to be probably able to get to it because anybody who's driven eighty or fifty during one of these storms trying to.
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"Now more of the even bearman programmed jailed a zone tag heuer as an exciting golden globes last night that i watched nana of alive us replied what what i watched loulende lips clips that's all i had time for we were on her way home from a beautiful amazing wedding my niece got mary congratulations etienne taylor by the way they it was a gorgeous wedding absolutely beautiful amish the grabs you did now shit life i tell you what the wedding was probably more other than oprah speech was probably better yeah yeah i just young grass valley was cold one was funny though was watching what i james franco and tommy oh my god that was actually really funny for his ring on a on oprah one ccib damileau young award gave the rousing speech wife everybody's hat the hashtag over 2020 drawing the rank yes without actually that but now pique whose testing we said she did that are already deserted sweaters you can buy now literal as they were they over twenty two 'userfriendly as your slogan uh yes but what about the james franco to tommy how are we so slided why did james franco invite tommy on the state because the movie that he made that in one was about was tommy's movie in the end he plays tana j flavored ali and tommy was there and it just felt like that would be a fun thing to do then tommy wanted the mic yeah except that tommy was old the reason the movies so interesting the disaster artis tommy was those nuts said invites them beyond stairs nuts nuts according the jersey yes you a troll him right so you got out there because he's crazy and tried to grab the my and then had to be awkwardly pushed by jj rangel now blocked like from the elbow blows which in fairness to james franco of course you will and this guy talked with you invited that disaster onto the stage held the disaster because the.