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"jack cronin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business app This is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The president and First Lady will be in Yuval di Texas tomorrow That's where 19 children were killed in a deadly mass shooting at an elementary school White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre said the bidens will grieve with the community during this devastating time The bidens will meet with community leaders religious leaders and the families of victims during their visit Texas governor Greg Abbott says he was misled and livid about the police response to the Yuval di school shooting There are people who deserve answers the most And those are the families whose lives have been destroyed they need answers Abbott told reporters every bit of information he was given from investigators on Thursday was wrong Police admitted they waited for nearly an hour for reinforcements before breaching the classroom door where the gunman was holed up the Department of Public Safety director calls it the wrong decision 12% of California is now in the highest drought stage Jack cronin has more For the first time since the record storms back in December a portion of California's fallen into exceptional drought the worst level in the drought scale 12% of the state mostly in the central valleys and the highest drought level with another 48% in the second highest category extreme drought only two counties covering two and a half percent of California's geography are in moderate drought status del Norte and San Diego counties I'm Jack cronin Doctor beh met Oz is declaring victory during the middle of a recount in Pennsylvania's Republican U.S. Senate race the Trump supported candidate made the announcement even though a full recount is underway in a tight race with primary opponent David McCormick former president Trump has reportedly urged Doctor Oz to declare victory in the primary saying if he didn't he would be cheated out of a win Astronomers say a meteor storm coming to North America could produce about a.
"jack cronin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Radio Now a global news update The majority of evacuations are now over at the scene of a Southern California fire in Orange County the evacuation orders only remain for 131 homes about 900 homes were previously evacuated because of the coastal fire The 200 acre blaze in Laguna Niguel is now 25% contained It started Wednesday and destroyed 20 luxury homes on a ridgeline overlooking the Pacific Ocean A multi-billion dollar aid package for Ukraine is in limbo in the U.S. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is blasting Kentucky Republican Rand Paul for single handedly holding up the roughly $40 billion bill My oath of office is to the U.S. Constitution not to any foreign nation and no matter how sympathetic the cause my oath of office is to the national security Schumer and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell offered to allow a vote on a Paul amendment but he rejected the offer Paul defended his move calling the massive aid package fiscal insanity He said we can not save Ukraine by dooming the U.S. economy The House approved the measure last week A mother in Alaska has launched a baby formula exchange group online Jack cronin has more At least seckel of kodiak Alaska is a certified infant feeding technician when the baby formula shortage first started back in January She set up a Facebook group to help parents in need Now that the shortage has reached the middle of May she tells fox is creating extra panic The Facebook group is called the formula ferry offering information resources and support for more than 4500 parents I'm Jack cronin Meanwhile House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the nationwide baby formula shortage is unconscionable The California Democrats said the house plans to take up an emergency funding bill next week to address the ongoing shortage She said the emergency also serves as a reminder to invest in strengthening America's supply chains Consumer sentiment is plunging amid inflation concerns The University of Michigan's early reading for may fell more than 9% from last month I'm Brad Siegel Elon Musk now says his deal to buy Twitter is on hold Rory O'Neal has more In a tweet Elon Musk says his buyout of Twitter is temporarily on hold over a report of fake accounts or high profile accounts losing thousands of followers in a single day Must offered 44 billion to buy the social network but it and other tech giants have been hit hard in the stock market in recent weeks and Twitter is now valued closer to 35 billion Despite the online announcement from Musk it's not clear if he's taken any official action to end the takeover bid I'm Rory O'Neill Uber is.
"jack cronin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News update President Biden and vice president Harris are honoring newly confirmed Supreme Court pick katangi Brown Jackson During a White House ceremony Friday the president called the confirmation a historic event and a moment of real change in American history justice Brown Jackson spoke about being a part of the Supreme Court I am humbled and honored to continue in this fashion as an associate justice working with brilliant colleagues supporting and defending the constitution instead vastly upholding the rule of law Jackson will take her seat on the Supreme Court after retiring justice Stephen Breyer steps down The academy of motion pictures and darts and sciences is banning Will Smith for ten years The decision was announced Friday which Barr Smith from attending all academy events including the Oscars Smith already resigned his membership following his now infamous Oscar slap of Chris Rock Kentucky governor Andy beshear is vetoing a sweeping abortion bill on Friday the Democrats struck down the bill which would have banned most abortions after 15 weeks restricted access to medical abortions and made it difficult for minors to get treatment The Proud Boys leader of the North Carolina chapter is pleading guilty to charges in connection to the January 6th capitol attack last year Lisa Taylor reports Charles donahoe pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy and one count of assaulting resisting or impeding an officer of the law The 34 year old was one of 6 Proud Boys leaders charged with conspiracy last month and is reportedly the first one to issue a guilty plea and agree to cooperate with the government During Friday's hearing the judge told donahoe federal sentencing guidelines recommend he serve around 5 to 7 years in prison Twitter is experimenting with a new feature allowing users to untag themselves from unwanted conversations The feature not only allows the user to remove themselves from conversations but also bars users from tagging them again I'm Brian shook Border patrol agents have arrested 72 people on three boats trying to cross into the U.S. near San Diego More from Jack cronin Border patrol says they were able to stop two of the boats before they got to land and arrested the people from Mexico coming off the third boat in point Loma While trying to escape one woman fell into the water and was hit by the boat a border patrol agent swimming out to rescue her pulling her to shore the woman and another person were taken to the hospital all 72 were taken into custody I'm Jack cronin Water levels on the Great Lakes will fall short of record levels this year a new report by the U.S. Army Corps of engineers predicts higher than average levels for lakes Erie Michigan and Huron but shows levels on Lake Superior and Ontario should be around the seasonal average An event to commemorate confederate Memorial Day is receiving opposition from local activists in the metro Atlanta area Liz Kennedy reports The sons of the confederate veterans recently had a permit approved to hold their event at Stone Mountain park on April 30th but the NAACP of decade county is pushing back by asking the Stone Mountain memorial association to reconsider the permit Last year the association denied the permit saying the event was a danger to public health or safety But Bill Stevens CEO of the association tells the AJC that the First Amendment rights and state law that mandates the park to be maintained as a monument to the confederacy were factors that had to be considered when we're viewing this year's permit application I'm Liz Kennedy A slice of pizza in New York City now costs more than a subway ride New Yorkers are paying a little more than $3 for a slice while a subway ride costs $2 and 75 cents according to reports the two have hovered around the same price for years or what was called the pizza principle with New Yorkers being able to tell how much a ride would be by the price of a slice I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet App Bloomberg world headquarters Stocks fell as a tough week comes to an end this week NASDAQ was down 3.9% the S&P by comparison this week down by 1.3% Today the Dow was higher S&P NASDAQ both move lower Wall Street is looking ahead to a holiday shortened week a week that will kick off earnings season David liebowitz is global market strategist at JPMorgan asset management The inflation is obviously quite elevated And so you're seeing the companies have pricing power which is something that didn't exist in the aftermath of the financial crisis And so I do think that there's upside risk around current estimates David Leibovitz of JPMorgan asset management has for the broader equity market backdrop Anastasia moroso is chief investment strategist at I capital We can't ignore the longer term risks of this consumer led recession or slow down whatever it may be that are building So now I think is the time to right size the risk and the portfolios And so when we have those rallies when we have the recent lower in volatility I would be using that to actually de risk parts of the portfolio At a station chamois so if I capital investors are also keeping a watchful eye on treasury yields Greg Staples is how to fixed income at DWS investment management It's really now for the market to catch up to the fed and we think that the short end has done as much as it can The long end still probably has a little bit more room to run Probably get the tenure to two and three quarters Maybe even flirt with 3% Greg Staples of DWS investment.
"jack cronin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"This time I'm Jack Cronin in the KOGO News Center Governor Gavin Newsom making the proposal here today. He appeared in Oakland with the leaders of the State Budget Office is in both the Assembly and the state Senate here today asking for $600 checks for all California families that are making $75,000 a year or less direct renter relief at 100%. Not the 80% is our proposal, and we would allow for that 100% to be retro active to cover those that have already received the 80% assistance and providing $2 billion for gas and electricity. And for water governor saying when combined with the previous $600 checks that were sent to those making less than $30,000. A year in California. $12 billion and rebates overall on the tax side of the largest state relief in U. S history, the San Diego region ready for a comeback here, perhaps already underway. Coming out of the pandemic. Chamber of Commerce CEO Jerry Sanders says businesses are already picking up and after summer when more people are vaccinated, we should almost be back to normal. In terms of restaurants, he says they will likely keep the patios. They added. We've been working with city along with others to make a lot of those changes permanent. We have found that it makes it really a vibrant area and you know it used to be probably some of the restaurants and other businesses that didn't want their parking spaces taken, and now they're fine with it. So if they can open up even wider and start making up for lost business, he says, it doesn't matter where San Diego is In terms of metrics. Come June 15th, the state will be able to reopen fully Marilyn Haider Kogo News will be the future of remote working as we come out of the pandemic, Nearly half of all San Diego County businesses were able to offer the ability to tell a work during the covert 19 pandemic. That's an increase of 20% from pre pandemic figures to study done by the San Diego Association of Governments and one admire overseas mobility and innovation for sand, a found that by no surprise remote where had changed dramatically in response to the pandemic, But most businesses believes that it will be like The prevalence following the pandemic than it was in the peak. She says Half of the employees surveyed felt more productive working from home. But less than 10% of employers agreed. Mayer believed the two sides will come to some sort of an agreement, and she believes we could see more remote workers at home at least one or two days out of the week. Phil Farrar, Kogo news governor also said they expect schools to be open in the fall in California and 30th the midnight I anticipate that will lapse, and everybody should be back in the fall and in person instructions safely back. Our budget will reflect even more support than the previous sport that has been provided for health and safety. And I look forward to working closely and collaboratively with the Legislature to advance those budget proposals as well governor, saying the waiver will not continue past the summer, the state is fully reopening on June 15th, the president of San Diego Unified Thank you, the teachers Union for helping get students back in the classroom here this year for at least the spring session, Richard Barrera says the school district has what he terms an excellent relationship with leadership of the union. We don't agree on everything all the time, obviously, and there have been times where You know, we've we've had a tension in the relationship, but mostly, you know, we've figured out how to work through problems. In an interview with a M seven sixties Mark Larsen Barrera said the relationship between the District board and the teachers union helped make it possible to reopen schools last month, We were able to come together. And figure out how to get through the cove in crisis in a way that kept everybody safe. And in a way that got our kids back on campus club Albert Cogan knew was checking now. Real time traffic. Kogo.
"jack cronin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm Jack Cronin. As California continues its reopening, See roll That's making the transition from a zoo to a theme park in San Diego, opening its rides on Monday, 25% capacity in the Orange tear, and in just nine weeks starting June 15th full capacity. Maryland Hannis is the park president. A Seaworld roll rides are back. So starting Monday, April 12th. We are opening rides and we are Back as a theme park. If you could have heard our group here when we got word that we could reopen is the theme park. There was a lot of Hooton holler and everybody was very, very excited. We can't wait to hear the excitement of the rides in the park again. We're already testing today, so the tracks were going around. We're getting ready to go for Monday. So it's gonna be a great great development after a very long years. You all know of theme parks being closed in California and you know we're super lucky. We're also an accredited. You. We provide world class animal care. So we've been able to open as a zoo for some time now. But the development of being able to open up more for the guests is great. Our past members and visitors alike just really are excited to be able to start writing writes again and for you guys. It's increased capacity as well. We're heading toward June 15th, which is the full reopening in California. But even between now and then, with the orange hair, you have increased capacity. So fortunate that you know, we got to the orange here because The challenge for theme parks on the red tears. We would have been at 15% capacity, which is very, very challenging for places like Seaworld. So with the orange sure we can now do 25% of capacity, which helps a lot. We have all the safety measures in place. You know, we've been operating that way as a zoo, and now we've got new safety measures in place. So if you were standing line on right, for example, you would see Plexi glass barriers in between the lines and you would see where you should stand. So we've implemented a lot of that as well and will be, you know. Definitely ready to go. But that 25% helps a lot no more on the challenge side. The new regulation is that we should have guests from California. Only so if you go on our website today, you'll see that you need to make sure that you're a California resident before you're buying tickets. I hope that doesn't last too long because, of course, San Diego loves all of our visitors from you know, Las Vegas and Phoenix and all around the country and, of course internationally to which may take longer to come back. So that's one of the curve balls is just California only for the near future, but You know California's a great place and we have great weather and great cities Very close by. So we certainly welcome all of our l. A friends down in Orange County as well, Of course, Sandy agents to come out right, right. That is true. So those travel restrictions are in place for the next nine weeks until California fully reopens on June 15th so little bit of a break for those here in California and Southern California, But everybody wide open June 15th no travel restrictions. The big news, Obviously that you're making that transition from being a zoo to now being a theme park in opening the ride's coming up Monday think the easiest thing for people understand is the ride, but it's also things like the Sesame Street Day of play gives us a lot more things for little ones to Diogo. It's opening up more parts of the park. But it also opens up all the options of like, what type of entertainment we'd like to have, and a whole bunch of different things. So you know, we're right in the middle of seventies, which is our annual food festival. That's a crowd favorite. It's my favorite year. So far, the food's really, really yummy. There's 125 things to try. So that's a local favorite, too. So now you could come out and have a cocktail. You can ride a roller coaster. Try some food, and that goes Friday, Saturday Sunday through May 2nd. So it's just really a good and exciting development. And you know these things happen fast, right? You know, you're thinking it's going to be the summer before anything happens and all the sudden here we are with to cheer changes in the recent past that allow us to do all this. That's a great point. People may not realize just you know how we are in the tiered system. Capacity in the red versus the orange where we are now for the next nine weeks, the zoo versus the theme park Capacities. The full reopening on June 15th. The bottom line is that Seaworld is back. Its back is a theme park that starts on Monday. The rides were going again and while it has been open as a zoo for a long period of time now, during the pandemic, its back is a theme park. It is back so we'll continue to operate as a zoo through the weekend. You know, it's right the middle of spring break, and we have a lot of visitors that had already Purchased tickets. So we're just going to make a clean switch over on Monday and be a theme park on Monday, and that will be every day. So starting Monday, it'll be a theme park every day, so you'll be able to ride the rides and it'll shift over Monday. So you know, we were welcoming all the visitors that we've been welcoming through the weekend and certainly will wanted to honor the rest of spring break, and then we'll just make our change and we're gonna go for it. And of course, we look forward to future tears. Now they're already starting to announce. As you pointed out, you know the future tears and maybe going beyond the blueprint for California and getting back to a little bit more normal fee, So I'm excited that we believe we're gonna have an amazing summer. That's more normal. I think probably masks will still be around if I had to guess, But I think a lot of the other regulations that we have will be much more normal, much more similar to a normal year to Seaworld Park president They're opening their rides Mondays. They make the transition from Massoud with theme park under California's new Reopening guidelines. Jack Cronin Coca News. The dome. I'll report Remember Hashtag believe all.
California will expand vaccine eligibility to all adults April 15
"I'm Cliff Albert. Ah, lot more people in California will soon be able to vaccinated. The news came late this week from the governor and Coco's Jack Cronin has more, governor Gavin Newsom says next week, April 1st, those 50 and older will be eligible. And then in three weeks on April 15th Everyone 16 and older will be able to get a shot. We can conservatively administer three million doses a week by the end of next month, will be able to administer four million doses a week with the expectation that more supply will be made available. More JJ supply one shot but also more supplies relates to modern advisor. That expectation has set up a framework where today we are announcing that we're modifying in a stair step manner are eligibility. And that's when the governor made his announcement on April 1st in the state of California. Anyone 50 and over will be able to get a vaccine in our state. So next Thursday, anyone 50 and over will be provided the opportunity to get the vaccine on April 15th. Everybody in the state of California 16 and
Navy service member killed as 5 military trucks involved in crash
"A navy sailor is dead and five service members are injured in a chain reaction crash involving a Southern California military convoy. Here's Jack Cronin. The crash happened just after 7 A.m. on the five Freeway near Centeno fray. Highway patrol, saying the convoy slowed. One of the trucks was hit a 26 year old service member dying at the scene. Another sailor suffered severe injuries for others with minor
Former NFL Receiver Vincent Jackson Found Dead at 38
"Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson found dead in a hotel room. I'm Jack Cronin in the Cocoa News, Sir. This happened here this morning and hotel outside of Tampa, Florida, the former Chargers and Buccaneers receiver. Found dead. An investigation is underway by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office after former NFL wide receiver Vincent Jackson was found dead on Monday at a hotel in Brandon, Florida. According to police. There were no signs of trauma and the cause of death will be determined by the medical examiner's office. Jackson's family had reported him missing. On Wednesday. He played 12 NFL seasons, the first seven with the Chargers and his final five seasons. With the Buccaneers. His final NFL season was in 2016.
"jack cronin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Want safeguards in place first need to be a priority and they're starting. We've heard that teachers are starting to get them as early as next week. Newsome says Vaccines for teachers in school staff are a priority, but a lack of supply means not everyone will receive one before the end of the school year. Mike Blood News 93.1 kfbk. Meanwhile, governor Newsome says he hopes to have answers on youth sports in California in the next few days. Kfbk is Jack Cronin has the story. The governor is praising. Let them play movement, saying he understands the need for competition. We're looking forward to making announcements. I've been working personally directly with advocates that include my wife and myself to get you sports up and going again again. I'm a father of four young Children, 4 to 11, So forgive the personalization. Of this that deeply our desire is to see you. Sports competition return Governor Newsome saying some individual sports like track and field are back in California, but he's still working on team sports like baseball and football. Jack Running news 93.1 kfbk cleanup of a 600 gallon oil spill continues in the bay waters off Richmond. Chevron admits it came from its war facility, but it's not sure of the cause. The company says it was first noticed as a sheen on the water about three o'clock Tuesday afternoon, and it dispatched a multi agency response team. The Contra Costa County Health Department issued an all clear on its health advisory by nine o'clock last evening. The park district is close. Nearby beaches in the state Fish and Wildlife Department says its wildlife care network is on standby in case any oiled birds or animals or discovered I'm Joe Michael's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramental traffic. Good.
"jack cronin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And for Jack Cronin and our top story, a court hearing for the man accused of killing a teacher, a cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego. Coco's Maryland. Haider has the story. The Deputy D A, says 30 year old Jesse Alvarez was fixated on his ex girlfriend who teaches at Cathedral Catholic High, and he shot Mario Fierro at close range. Prosecutor Ramona McCarthy read from a letter from the woman who tried unsuccessfully to get a restraining order against Alvarez, whom she broke up with in 2019. She asked the judge to put him away for life with no chance of parole. Her there, ask protection from the courts that Jesse Alvarez and the members of his family I'm not permitted to contact me our friends or family or the C. C. H s community in any way, shape or indefinitely. Alvaro's remains in jail with no bail. Maryland Haider Kogo News SANTIAGO Cop arrested today on domestic violence charges. 42 year old police Sergeant Maruge Chaz was arrested following an eight month long investigation. Least tell Cody was a restaurant on suspicion of stalking false imprisonment. Other domestic violence charges involving an ex girlfriend, 18 Year veteran of Ste P. D, was relieved of his police duties last June after a woman claimed he'd been harassing her. Their case against former President Trump. That's what House Democrats continue to laying out today in the U. S Senate and the second day of the impeachment trial in the Senate. House impeachment managers are relying on video showing previous statements of former president Trump alleging election fraud to draw a link between his calls toe stop the steel and the breach of the U. S. Capitol on January 6th, the president. Made these statements. People listened. Arms supporters surrounded election officials homes. Colorado Democrat Jonah Goose's president, Trump was warned of potential violence. The House has two days to present its case, followed by two days of arguments from Trump's legal team. Vote on a verdict could come this weekend or early next week, as Jared Helper reporting at the U. S. Capitol president Bind today made his first trip since being elected at the Pentagon, the president delivering remarks about those in the military. I believe four should be a tool of last resort, not first. I understand the full weight of what it means to ask young, proud Americans to stand in the breach. As was referenced by the secretary. My son both served in Iraq for a year. I'm the first president 40 years I'm told you had a son or daughter who served in a war zone. President Biden's new director for the Centers of Disease Control today, the CDC coming out with a recommendation about double face masking. Wearing any mask is better than none, says the CDC. But to mass may be better than one. Director Rochelle Lewinsky says researchers found two methods that helped reduce exposure by more than 96% and laboratory tests wearing the cloth mask over the procedure, Basque And nodding and tucking ear loops of the medical procedure mask. The recommendation comes his doctor if they found, she warns him or contagious variant from the UK could become dominant in the U. S. By the end of next month, right to sell a little reporting for us from Washington here in San Diego, continued drop in the number of new covert cases. Latest report from county public health officials 810 new cases a total it's under 1000 now but the third straight day the 14 day rolling positive test, right 6.5%. There were 51 new deaths reported today, but they occurred from January 9th two February. 8th Governor Newsome, meantime, says the reopening of schools in California is getting closer. Speaking in Fresno today, Newsome said he's expecting to reach a $6.5 billion early action plan with the Legislature that could be done by Friday. That will allow our youngest cohorts to.
"jack cronin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"McNuggets and make chicken for just a few bucks. Prices in participation may very cannot be combined with any offer a combo meal I heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to talk about some early music memories, my earliest musical memories Buck Owens on the turntable as my grandfather played like a record. Of Tiger by the tail and I would run around in circles and it was it was like they would just put it on just to see their kid get dizzy and fall down and then hey, raised me on this diet of Music like that Johnny Cash thing and then gave me a guitar. When I started to learn. It was the first time that you play something that's actually that sounds like it on a sound. It's for a while it's twinkle, Twinkle Little star with one string And it's embarrassing. And you know nobody's impressed. And then all of a sudden something clicks you start playing a couple of chords, and then they're like, Hey, this kid's playing the guitar having playing Church choir, and I play there And then the next thing you know, people are clapping after you do it. You're when you're nine years old and you bring a room to applause. It's like this is pretty good way to go. Way to go right here. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Brad Paisley and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Carlos Santana to discuss help. Passion contributes to Santana's longevity by the grace of God. You know, we have not less passion fire, Asai said before For some reason of a lot of musicians are age, they reduce yourself to embers. You know, And somehow we way go into the room. And you hear tornado fire, though, and like white heat, So I love that the passion in the willing to play that note with the intensity of that if you die getting that note Then guys start to die. You don't get it, you know, And it sounds like that because you can't get a sound like that. Unless you're willing to put all of it in it, too. To the point of like, if you get a stroke by getting it, then get the stroke. No and go the collective sound of each musician. When we play like that people gonna feel it. Keep listening to I heart radio firm or Santana and all your favorite artists. News radio 600 Kogo live local breaking she feared for her life, but her fiance lost Hiss. I'm Cliff Albert and for Jack Cronin and our top story, a court hearing for the man accused of killing a teacher, a cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego. Coco's Maryland. Haider has the story..
Gov. Newsom provides another update on youth athletics
"Says he hopes to have answers on youth sports in California over the next few days gave because Jack Cronin has more. The governor is praising. Let them play movement, saying he understands the need for competition. We're looking forward to making announcements. I've been working personally directly with advocates that include my wife and myself to get you sports up and going again again. I'm a father of four young Children, 4 to 11, So forgive the personalization. Of this that deeply our desire is to see you sports competition return Governor Newsome saying some individual sports like track and field are back in California, but he's still working on team sports like baseball and football. Jack running
"jack cronin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"You're listening to the weekend Use our on news radio 600 Kogo. I'm Jack Cronin. With tomorrow being Super Bowl Sunday. People are asked to not gather in groups to watch the game. San Diego County says they're stepping up enforcement, including at restaurants and in national city. The mayor Alejandra Sotelo, Seles, was also part of the phase three trials for Johnson and Johnson's new vaccine. Apply with the FDA This week they held an incentive event ahead of the Super Bowl was a reminder. We go into the Super Bowl weekend. We've had so many very positive things to report the low percentage of hospitalizations music over 19. The lower percentage of positive Potvin 19 cases, though under 1000 positivity that case rate, which is amazing, great thing, but we also two were in a state home order. And now things open up and we have the big game on Sunday, the Super Bowl. We wanna remind people to stay in their pods. Family pod, Stay home and watch the game and with a ham that we gave up to 350 household chair National City to make those family cheese or the big game storage bags or ham and eggs, whatever exes to really incentivize staying home and watching the game without putting your family at risk by having a party or breaking bread with other people and possibly causing more spread of Karan. The virus. And so true that point you were also part of the Johnson and Johnson trial, which they've applied their emergency use authorization. How does that make you feel? And as you look ahead with national City and beyond, what kind of hope this I give you? Well, yeah. Being a vaccine trial participants on being that again as I shared with you before, you know, if I asked of my constituents, I'm gonna show that I'm willing Tol put my Whole heart and whole effort behind it as well. And I feel very proud to be part of something that is going to be a game changer not only nationwide but worldwide. Because it's considered a one and done type shot. And, you know, with great efficacy. And you know we this will be part of the solution will now assuming that the emergency used doesn't get authorized It will be a third vaccine that will help us get to that. You know, pre Co big day the normal access to the to the public, you know, to watch a movie to get out and, you know, hugging Grandma. That have a party without fear of contracting Cove in 19, and that was why the second part of today's events was so important because even what it's of acting rollout Because it's still in process. There's still so many moving parts of who's eligible and how you register and where you can get the shot. It's really important that People have PPE. But today we also give up closest 1000 PPE kids for residents and not only from national City but throughout the South Bay, uh, again, knowing that with vaccines, it's part and parcel to get into that herd immunity for national city of our 60,000 people. We have to get 48,000 people vaccinated. And we want people to have that P pes. So we were able to give out face shield and 95 mask. Use math toothbrushes from the Hispanic dental Association. Uh, I think I mentioned face shield 10 sanitizer. Additional, um Thermometers again. All of these things provided from both the Latino Health Coalition and last mile, um, and it's it's all of that, knowing that To get 48 to our win number of 48,000 people vaccinated. It's going to be some time and we may have to wear mouth pretty much until bottle of this year, and it's about a mindset. If that word we're all going to get there feel comfortable wearing it because it's gonna be around for a while. Mayor of National City L. 100 Sotelo Seles holding an incentive event ahead of the Super Bowl tomorrow, asking people to not gather in groups. She is also part of the face three trials held in San Diego for the Johnson and Johnson single shot vaccine. Which is supplied this week for emergency use with the FDA. They expect approval by the end of the month and it can begin distribution at the beginning of next month. Jack Cronin, Coco News, San Diego's news and information station across the country, 41% of all black owned businesses have closed due to the pandemic. Sees them dedicated lanes for teachers to be able to get appointments go through get vaccinated, and he was radio 600 Kogo. I'm doctor Nadine Mark Harris, Surgeon General of California Covert 19 Vaccines have arrived there recommended by California's.
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"In downtown cloudy and 59 Coco News time is 70 to the news this hour brought to you by semper air dot com. Coronavirus numbers are improving in San Diego in the county is looking for more vaccines from state and federal government. Cindy was given out 61% of nearly 600,000 doses sent here and supervisor Nathan Fletcher says distribution capacity is going from 20,000 Day to 30,000, but they need more doses. We have the opposite problem that other areas have other counties have a problem of They don't have the capacity or infrastructure to get vaccines and arms. That's not our problem here. We've built out farm or infrastructure workforce in capacity. Vaccines. Then we have vaccines available. Sandy goes reporting fewer than 1000 cases for the second day in a row in the first time since November, with a positive test rate down to 5% and 7.7% the last two weeks. Jack Cronin, Coco knew the county of San Diego has a quarter of all the cases of the UK variants in the U. S. There have been 137 confirmed be 117 cases that's otherwise known as the UK variant. And represent about a quarter of all the cases that have been reported in United States. In addition to that, there have been 50 probable cases of the B 117 variant. We have not seen the South African or the Brazilian variants here in San Diego. Doctor Arab, Donald says they will put out a summary every Wednesday of variant cases. Governor Newsome says to new large scale federal vaccination sites opening this month in the state will help get the vaccine into the arms of more Californians. The governor says the new vaccination centers will be located at Cal State L. A in Los Angeles and the Oakland Alameda Coliseum in the Bay Area, and Newsome says the state has tripled the number of vaccinations in the last few weeks. We were in the forties high forties. In terms of our national ranking. We were in the high thirties were now in the high twenties. We're moving in the right direction above the national average. We don't wanna be average. We want to do more and better, Newsome says The two new sites in California are part of a wider effort to establish 100 vaccination sites nationwide in 100 days, the governor says he favors reopening schools even if all the teachers have not yet been vaccinated. Governor Newsome says he agrees with the new director of the CDC, who says the safe re opening of schools doesn't require All teachers be vaccinated before in person. Classes can resume. But the governor says schools should only reopened if they follow the framework proposed to state lawmakers to plan that includes $6.6 billion of early action to help not only with PPE To help with testing to help with other protocols and supports in terms of ventilation in terms of social distancing and physical distancing. Teachers in California are in the one B category of essential workers, The county says after the first.
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"We will get to deep dive into what happened today, explain it and explain why it happened. Jen turns from the daily caller will be joining us. It's all coming up following the news right now, with Lou, a news radio 600 Kogo, But first Jack Cronin has the latest This is a O. G O and K m y I HD to San Diego live local breaking numbers head in the right direction. The county looking for more vaccines. I'm Jack Cronin, the Cocoa news center. The guys come out 61% of nearly 600,000. They've been shipped to San Diego Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, saying distribution continues to rise. Sites now have the capacity and potential to do more than 20,000 vaccinations a day every single day. The problem that we have Now is our efforts have far outpaced the supply of vaccines moving forward What we have an inventory and what we're looking at and what we're doing in the days ahead. We will only be administering about 10,000 per day at these locations again one half of the capacity of what we could do because we have just gone beyond the supply of vaccines. As a super station opening Monday in La Hoya UCSD to be 1/5 for the region, U C San Diego vaccinating downtown at Petco Park Healthcare workers Those 65 older, this one's gonna get re Macarena back, saying people in the same age bracket initially focused on Houston, San Diego, help patients and U C. San Diego Hanson's employees at the first stage. No. Only those folks that meet the same state provision, which disappointed 8 65 and above will be eligible for vaccine and what we look forward to is expanding that relax site to other populations, including the rest of the county as we move forward, bringing Kramer's UCSD those were my appointments and invitation on Lee in San Diego. The numbers 968 new cases first time since the end of November, back to back days with less than 1000 positive test rate down to 7.7% over the last two weeks. It's the same thing statewide. With the positive test rate falling seven day positivity rate peaked on January 7th at 14.3%. It's now down to 6.1% more than half a reduction in the positivity rate. In less than a month in this state Governor Gavin Newsom, saying the hospital numbers were down 30% in California last two weeks, FEMA is adding two sites, one in Oakland and one in the Los Angeles area. We are pleased and privileged as they announced early nationally, California is one of their first pilot sites for over 100 community sites, large mass distribution. Vaccine centers all across the United States. California will be launching not just this site in Oakland, but also a site down in Los Angeles at Cal State L. A. The whole idea is to speed up the throughput the efficiency See if San Diego's received 1200 Corona virus vaccine doses to be used for city employees and members of the homeless population that are over the age of 65 majority of those will be given at this site in Balboa Park. There are 100 that were sent to the convention center. Those will go to the individuals that are eligible for the vaccine and her homeless. Mayor Todd Gloria, visited the Balboa Park site, and he hinted at the possibility of expanding the city's involvement in vaccine distributions. All of this dependent on the availability of vaccines..
California Has Tripled Vaccination Sites
"Has tripled. The number of vaccinations and out to new large scale vaccinations sites opening in California this month, is part of the federal program. Sites have an additional 6000 vaccine doses a day from the federal government at the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum and Cal State L. A full federal support in terms of the allocation of the resource is to help us move forward with the distribution of these vaccines. This is a partnership with FEMA and the Office of Emergency Services Governor Gavin Newsom, saying the last month in California has seen the positive test straight drop from 14%. 6% and hospitalizations are down 30% the last two weeks a month ago, on the Fourth of January, we had historically high number of cases reported in the state of California over 60,000 cases. Today we report 10,501 cases 60,000 less than a month ago, 10,000 cases reported today. Jack Cronin. Google
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"Millions of our public school Children are being left behind. He's unable to give unemployment relief Californians while racking up $31 billion in front and our state. Our great state is one of the slowest in the nation at distributing lifesaving vaccines, just continuous failures. Are an immediate has it that the state of California and he must be replaced Faulkner's a moderate Republican, one of several candidates looking to challenge Democrat Gavin Newsom, either in a general election next year or recall ballot this year, which needs to get to a million and a half signatures over the next month and a half. Jack Cronin cuckoo news, the current mayor says tough times are ahead for the city officials say the projected budget is expected to face an $86 million shortfall in fiscal year 2021 at a virtual town hall meeting. Where Todd, go Maria says that is largely due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic. The mayor talking about a midyear budget report, he says the city and residents need to be in good physical shape before we can turn the corner fiscally. Despite all this dire news, there is a glimmer of hope in that course, are the vaccines that have been going out since December. I want to remind folks that we have to be vigilant and stopping the spread of the virus. If too many folks choose not to get back saying it. We will not be able to achieve the herd immunity that we need. Because it won't be strong enough to provide the protection that we collectively have to have their are expected to be budget cuts in city departments and Gloria said Repairing the city budget won't be a quick or painless process. Phil Farrar, KOGO News You could hear highlight to the mayor's virtual town hall meeting tonight at seven with Darren and Jack here on Kogo now, 103. Let's check your real time Traffic with Laura Cane. From your helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic Center. The car fire on north on 1 25. After Hamish are road is out. Fire crews have left the scene Traffic no longer slows this report responsible in and out Burger. I'm Lorie Kane. Coco's next real time Traffic update is at 1 20. There's some things we just know offhand like how old we are who our.
Former San Diego mayor running for governor in California
"San Diego Mayor Kevin Foster is officially running for governor Talking just turned out of office in San Diego when it previously announced an exploratory committee. Now he's launching the campaign for governor on ground Hog Day. Saying California stuck under Democratic leadership and current governor Gavin Newsom. Fox says he'll run against Newsom in the general campaign over the next two years or in a recall election this year. That campaign needs a million and a half signatures by the middle of March to qualify for the balance. Jack Cronin Cuckoo News. The
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"At 6:30 a.m. Jack Cronin time for right now. Here's Lou. Thank you so much, Jack. Good to have you back by the way, Jack corn, And have you ever seen you have you ever day traded if you invested in single stocks, or then participated in any of that at all? No. And you know, I'm not much of a gambler, but so so that stuff is hard. You know, I'm much more of the passive investor than I am any of these, But there is some crazy unintended consequences. Crazy, unintended consequences. But the software that's out there now and the algorithms make. It's very, very simple. To do this, and I was talking to Sally earlier today about the pandemic and the amount of people who have opened up accounts on platforms like finger swim and You know, in Robin Hood's, It's exploded. So a lot of people using their spare time saying, all right, I'll let me let me see if I can't make 200 bucks here. 200 bucks there. I remember back in 2000 and seven or eight when the real estate market Was really, really flat. And my wife is a real estate broker, and she took a class and this was happening across the industry. All these agents and brokers were sitting around, you know, houses weren't for sale were no. There was no buyer, so they were all day trading during the day to see if they could Make a little bit of money on duh. I didn't do it, but she did it. I watched. You know the way they do it, And it's just a matter of following Green Arrow's going up and read our arrows going down and you put the money in account. And then you make you you make a Make some money. 203 103 $100 at a time it Zerlina out something for the faint of heart so not something I can do, But people do do it. And now I guess they are. Hundreds of thousands of Maura these individuals doing this, and they're connecting with each other on social media sites, and you've heard the story that the game's the game stop Credit story. I'm not going to get into A new explanation What buying short is. But suffice to say that large institutional funds on Wall Street were investing in such a way that they made money. Gamestop lost value. Biggest game stop has been losing value because it's a storefront and everybody's buying, get my kids by their Xbox Games online, so they don't go down to the store. So obviously that model is not working for them. So it looked like Gamestop was gonna be around much longer. And so these funds were investing in such a way that as Gamestop slowly edged toward bankruptcy, they would make money on the way down the reddit investors that were all using platforms at home. These thinkers, swim accounts or Robin Hood they were buying. Gamestop. Because they knew that it was going to get cheaper as these hedge funds were driving the price down, so they were buying it low and driving the cost high. So that's the long and the short to use. The business pages terminology of the whole story, but it is so much more So much more than just a, you know, Dating Goliath story of how you know the Wall Street got hosed by a bunch of independent individual investors online fighting back doing something that you know individual investors can't do because they don't have the financial capital to be able to sell short in the millions. It's so much more than that, because Look what happened. I mean, The platform Robin Hood. They stopped people from buying any more stock. They have the power to do that. I understand they have the fiduciary responsibility of not letting you know their clients go broke, but I mean, they literally stopped it. They they stopped the game on Wall Street. This a dojo. Hold that you cannot buy. Gamestop anymore. Changed the rules. In the middle of this Google removed negative reviews of the Robin Hood platform. Google can remove negative reviews. Then they can certainly promote positive reviews. But it's amazing the level of manipulation that went on here. So this is the story in the age of President Trump where the forgotten man is constantly under attack. Private people with private lives in private money. Use social media toe fight Big Wall Street investors When one for a change and whole hell breaks loose. We'll talk about it coming up right now with Lou. We haven't an economist is gonna explain this all to us and get your telephone calls in at 806 100 Kogo, But first, let's check in with Mike Hancock. A wet Friday out there, Mike. Thanks, Lou. Good evening from the help of San Diego 100 dealers. Traffic.
San Diego district attorney joins call to resume youth sports
"The district attorney in San Diego is joining calls for Governor Gavin Newsom. Toe open high School Sports. Jack Cronin reports that needs to happen quickly and kids have got to start being the centerpiece of this conversation. 20 pints high school football coach Ron Glad Nick is asking the governor for a sense of urgency. And district attorney summer, Stephan says calls about missing and exploited Children or up 90%. With the shutdown off sports shutdown of schools shut down off everything that kids can rely on. We are seeing gun violence. We're seeing kids die. We're seeing kids commit crimes, joined gangs and become involved in violent activity. The D a saying. Rady Children's hospitals reported high rates of child abuse, suicide and depression.
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"Vending machines are in both of Oakland's terminals. Mike Lory NEWS 93.1 KFBK calls for Governor Gavin Newsom Open high school sports Just keep coming in. Jack Cronin tells us the latest comes from the district attorney in San Diego needs to happen quickly, and kids have got to start being a centerpiece of this conversation. Torrey Pines High School football coach Ron Glad Nick is asking the governor for a sense of urgency. And district attorney summer, Stephan says calls about missing and exploited Children or up 90%. With the shutdown off sports shutdown of schools shut down up everything that kids can rely on. We are seeing gun violence. We're seeing kids die. We're seeing kids commit crimes, joined gangs and become involved in violent activity. The D a saying. Rady Children's hospitals reported high rates of child abuse, suicide and depression. Jack Cronin, NBC news radio. It's 4 34 on the kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. All right, Thank you, Joe Michaels and I don't want my big lady gotta maybe one of the biggest stars on the planet. But when it comes to dealing with pandemic, the singer says she's just like everyone else. In an interview with USA Today, the 34 year old opens up about her epic sense of powerlessness over what's happening in the world, she says. She's found a little bit of self care goes a long way. So she's staying active, taking frequent walks or hikes, always with a mask on She suggest signing up for an online yoga class or taking a stroll around the block because you live, she said, in the midst of really a mental health crisis, and she says, little things like that can help. So. Lady Gaga Dolan out some advice. There. It's 4, 35 and kfbk and let's get you caught up in this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk. President Biden says the cost of inaction on his $1.9 Trillion Cove in 19 relief plan is growing. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, pointing out the job numbers now are worse than at the height of the great recession, economists agree. If there's not more help, many more people will lose their small businesses, roofs over their heads and the ability to feed their families and the Democrats considering passage by budget reconciliation, which would allow a simple majority and that's a bad move, says West Virginia Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capitol. It's too early for them really shoot their their biggest opportunity. Yeah, so early. They may come to regret that she's among the GOP is pushing back on the nearly $2 trillion Price tag. Johnson and Johnson says it'll pie for application soon for emergency use of its covert 19 vaccine that you used granted emergency disapproval for AstraZeneca's California's.
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"A few miles down the road near the Euclid exit. So you just want to be cautious for that for that. Those puddles of water San Diego running way behind and seasonal rainfall three inches below the average. So this storm is definitely helping well, some positive news and the latest covert report from San Diego County's public health leaders. Hospitalizations related to covet, continue to decline in the county. Even as 1489 new infections in 69 deaths were reported the total number of deaths now more than 2500 Counties. Dr. MacDonald says that while the newer strain of the virus is spreading the response to it is the same. That variant is in the community. It's circulating to some extent very low at this point, but the measures that can be taken to control that variant Are really the same as what we've said all along. We just make sure we need to do it with strict adherence to county says it's received more than 485,000 vaccines and more than 269,000 have been administered. Some doctors that script say you don't need to worry about having an allergic reaction to the Corona virus Vaccines. Dr. Ron Simon was scripts Health in San Diego, says his group of allergist has found no issues with any reactions. Every single patient that was alleged to have had an allergic reaction. That script has gone on and gotten their second vaccination was absolutely no incident whatsoever. So this to reassure the public that these are incredibly rare and no matter whatever else they're allergic to. Maybe they have some very severe other allergies that has no correlation. The knowledge of your actions to the cleaning bathrooms, the CDC saying only 4 to 10 people out of every million that have received. The shots have a suspected allergic reaction to the Fizer and Moderna vaccines well below the rates for normal allergies. Jack Cronin, Coco knew the county is adding six more coronavirus testing pods next month, and it's working on fixing the sign up system. The new testing sites will be under the sign up website. My turn dot see a dot gov. We are in the pilot project with the state of California. This is the my turn system, and it is presently being you. For all seven of our community pods. We've added a regional map in search function that will make it easier for individuals to find a vaccination site near them, and we've been working to clean up some of the functionality of my turn to make it easier with the 1st and 2nd appointment. Another vaccine superstation opens in the North County Sunday at Cal State San Marcos and one is expected to open next week in the East County. But the date and location haven't been named. Eventually everyone will sign up but the my turn website but for the time being Superstation. Appointments are being made at vaccination. Superstation SD dot com Marilyn Haider KOGO news more than 120 economists and pollen policy makers say they support President Biden's covet relief package more than 120. Economists and policymakers signed a letter in support of the relief package, saying the $900 billion package that Congress approved back in December before Biden took office was too little and too late to address the enormity of the deteriorating situation. Even former Trump economic adviser Kevin Acid broadly supports that the real time numbers. It's absolutely essential that they act for the former Trump Administration official fears that without more aid from Washington, the worsening pandemic will cause the U. S economy to suffer a repeat of the first quarter of last year, but including the projected a Goldman Sachs analyst raised their growth forecasts for the entire year. I might power Accord Auto man accused of taking part in the breach of the U. S. Capitol building on January, 6th has made his initial San Diego federal court appearance. 33 year old Geoffrey Alexander was arrested Wednesday connection with his participation in the deadly riot, the capital. Federal court documents say he was identified via text messages he sent and photos and videos uploaded to social media that depicted him among the throngs of rioters. He's charged with misdemeanor counts of violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and knowingly entering or remaining in any restrictive building or grounds without lawful authority. By now, you're likely familiar with the game Stop. Stock story, still very hard to say Gamestop on AMC theaters were two companies that Wall Street hedge funds thought we're on the brink of collapse, so they shorted him. But when stocks began to surge in price due to some savvy reddit users using publicly available information, the hedge funds had to buy more shares some San Diego and say they profited profited off the strange days on Wall Street, but financial analyst Dennis Brewster told reporting partner 10 News. Stock prices can change dramatically. And this was pretty risky for a day trader when something gets was inflated is these things Are there a bubble ready to burst? And you don't want to be on the short end of that? Many were on the short end of that, after Robin Hood, the app that many used to purchase those stocks paused all trading on those shares. Actually, they paused This. The buying of the shares, not the selling of the shares and Robin Hood's actually accused of selling some people shares without their knowledge or approval. Now, this was a move that was highly criticized on both sides of the political spectrum. Gamestop is up 105% just to let you know today as the shares again being publicly traded by everyone. Ah, San Diego Woman goes viral for having never been kissed her plan to change that. That's on the way, huh? Sorry I went to my not happy place. We have your traffic in your weather coming up in three minutes. Kogo New Year's time. 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"To watch for in the North 15. They're dumb are heights. And good travel times around the county on the freeways with the light volume due to the weather. So then worth 15 from Escondido. Up to myriad is just 29 minutes right now and avoid Interstate eight through the mountains. It's a mess with the winter storm warning. Many miles crawling traffic through the mountains, so avoided if you absolutely don't need to be there. There. Sport sponsored by Merrill. When questions find you Merrill Edge, self directed investors, personalized tools and insights. Help you find answers Get started at Merrill edge dot com slash within. Reach Maryland's Pierce Finneran Smith Incorporated registered broker dealer member s I P. C. Can't talk with Coco's like Storm Watch Traffic update coming up in minutes. Tentacles. Updated forecast. One of the most powerful storms of the season is here, but it should be moving out of the area overnight and into tomorrow. That means a chance for showers as possible early and the winds will be dying down. Temperatures will stay in the mid to upper fifties of the coast as well as inland with more sunshine Wednesday before the next round of rain moves into the county city. It was most accurate forecast. I'm meteorologist Angelica Campbell's downtown San Diego right now, 54 degree some Jack Cronin. Next update comes at seven o'clock, and when news breaks stay connected. Inform San Diego's breaking news station news radio 600 Kogo, Thank you so much. Jack Cronin will talk with Jack coming up at the just before seven o'clock to find out what Darren and Jack will be talking about. But we are live and we are taking your telephone calls and we are reacting to this news. From Governor Newsome today. So you heard the news. Governor Newsome.
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"The weekend news hour continues on news radio 600 Coco, I'm Jack Cronin. You're at the end of the year, NASA has announced the 18 men and women who will be part of the Artemus program, eventually sending humans back to the moon and beyond. For these 18 astronauts have ties to San Diego, Jessica Media and Kate Rubins, graduating from UCSD and Dr Johnny Kim and Matthew Dominic, graduating from U. S. D. We spoke with Dominic, a former Navy test pilot. See what the appointment to this new class of astronauts means to him. It means that we're taking the next step to advance humanity. We spent 20 years with humans and continuous human presence in the word orbit on the space station, and we've been working diligently to solve the problems of human living and working in space. And there's lots of little details that you might imagine things that you don't expect. And it's about moving to the next frontier, right. We went with Apollo in the sixties. In the early seventies to the moon to figure out how to get there and come back. And now we're gonna go figure out how to go there to stay ahead of the infrastructure to stay the logistics. It's about moving Maddie to the next step forward. How did you get into this? How did we get to this moment for you? Let's take people through your career. What brought you to the moment where you are selected as an astronaut where you're selected to this program, the artist program it's heading back to the moon. The best way to capture is the constant desire to understand the world in the universe or solar system around me, understand a desire and a simple desire to explore and that just kind of lead you to the next death. I was listening to a class online the other day and, well, there's two things to think about their one. I'm listening to classes online because I can't stop learning and start learning about the world around me. And one of the things the person's others. If you set out to come up with what you're gonna do exactly what you're gonna do, You probably never end up doing it. It's the things you find along the way that matter. So for me, how did I get here? Always wanting to explore and I had a passion for understanding, so understanding things and figure out how things work. So that led to Hey, I could understand things better if I know physics and engineering. So let's go do that. And then you know, I saw these jets flying fast, and I said, Wow. I mean, I could actually be in the physics problem, right? I could be going fast experiencing that for myself. Let's go do that. And then I said, You know, I saw there's there's things that could be fixed to make these Jeff better. Let's go on did become an engineer. I get a master's and let's go test these airplanes to make them better. And how do you do that? And so that led to become a test pilot? And, you know, Hey, let's move Humanity Force. I really believe that it's a good idea for us to become a multi planetary species like that is the ultimate like that's a really big step for humanity to make us not just me from one planet, but from two and the way you do that, as you go build the technology to do it, right. And so for me that was like, Hey, I could go work on that as an astronaut looks. Over the moon. Let's figure out how to make stuff work on the moon so that we can ultimately go to the next plan. It's incredible that sense of curiosity that's brought you to this moment here as we look greater now with the program. The other 17 astronauts that are with you in Artemus. What is next? They're kind of the overall goals for this program. What do we see for the next several years? You know, people think about going and touching and come back. They think about the first person to go to Mount Everest to go there, Touch it and come back. But they think about maybe the first person I think in the early 19 hundreds made it to the South Pole of the Earth. And came back and wasn't until 50 years later. I think the 1957 we established a permanent presence of the South Pole of the Earth going there, touching and coming back in four different, establishing permanent presence. The technologies to do so. Integrity is worth more of bus in built up, and so if you're younger, you're older. Know that you're not gonna miss it. I grew up seeing that the space shuttle was going to end right that some point, the space shuttle was going to end and I thought I'd miss it right. The last flight of the special I think was in 2009 to 2011 ish. And I thought I'd missed it right, You know, flying the space shuttle through the atmosphere from space. Landing on Earth to be would be amazing. But the cool part about this Artemus program argument is that we all get to be a part of it. Like if you were in elementary school, you can come join me on the moon, and I'll show you. Hey, this is what we've learned over the past 15 20 years Now, I want you to take it a step further as I come to retire because we'll still be there. That's what it's about, right? Nobody's gonna miss this because the whole generational thing that we're building the infrastructure. Go do this and stay and we're bringing in international partners. Country after country is signing up to join artifice and then falling to wrap things up more specifically coming off this amazing goals. What is next? Specifically here? What are the timelines? What are we looking at for the next series of missions? As the program gets underway, we're targeting to be on the moon on the surface and 2024 we're gonna launch humans will make a lap around to go test the hard word out in the next couple of years. But we're looking at targeting to have the first person set foot on the moon again in 2024, USC grad, former Navy test pilots astronauts Matthew Dominic, one of the 18 astronauts, including four from San Diego, who been selected for the artist program. Eventually returning to the moon and going beyond over the next several years. Jack quoting Cuckoo News Co. Goes a long.
Creek Fire forces Christmas Eve evacuations north of San Diego
"Orders now evacuation warnings in the North County for the creek Fire Camp Pendleton, But someone based still not going back home. I'm Jack Cronin in the cocoa newsroom this in Christmas. He was the fire that started last night just before midnight. But can Pendleton force you? Some 7000 evacuations near Fallbrook as well. Those have been changed much of them to evacuation warnings instead of evacuation orders. There is an evacuation points at Fallbrook High School. That's operating is a drive thru service but up at Camp Pendleton, the commander, They're saying that they're still working on back, loading some of the fires, making sure the winds don't shift will do the control burn. They started that off to lose road that will sweep to the north and hopefully burnout that area. Well, neither one of the housing areas is threatened right. Now, Adam an abundance of caution. In other words, we don't know what the winds are going to do. We don't want to put folks in wind shifts and then we've got really bad problems. So that's why we can't do it right now. Let's show Dan Conley is saying that the base housing in the area is still impacted as they work on controlled burns throughout the rest of the area. President
Marines sack commanding officer after training accident killed 9 in July
"The commander of the Marine unit where nine service members died in a training accident off the coast events needs this summer has been relieved of duty. Coco's Jack Cronin has the update. Lieutenant Colonel Michael Rigorous. Been removed from his post as commanding officer of the Battalion landing team in the first Battalion, fourth Regiment of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Durable Lawson trust and confidence in his ability to command. This falls the sinking of an assault and vibius vehicle about 80 miles off the coast near San Clemente Island, the troop transport carrying the Camp Pendleton base personnel. Eight Marine riflemen in the Navy hospital Corman, ranging in age from 18 to 22. It sank July 30th nearly 400 Ft of