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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"While she was in the middle of a therapy session and I was just screaming in front of my patients. Because I was terrorized. They're demanding criminal charges against the police department and want 20% of its budget immediately redirected to the victims of the blast hurt 17 people, including nine Los Angeles police officers and a federal agent. Way to go. New Hampshire, you have found yourself at the top of the list of the nation's heaviest drinkers. CBS correspondent Stephon Coffin, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism studied alcohol consumption per capita in each state in the District of Columbia Institute director Dr George Koob says booze flows, the least in Utah. Utah, has been a low consumer of alcohol because of cultural factors with religion. Being part of it. Consuming. The most alcohol is New Hampshire. Keith Murphy with Murphy's taproom in Manchester, says. Don't blame us. Everyone's Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont drive into our state because we've got much lower prices. Stephan Kaufman CBS News Some tourists getting jail time Following a couple of incidents at Yellowstone National Park, CBS correspondent Jennifer Caper has more. A man from Maine has been sentenced to 15 days in jail for running on to Yellowstone's old faithful guys are multiple times last July. While wearing a raccoon skin hat and waving an American flag. Authorities think he did it to attract attention. They say he could have died. Another tourist from Indiana has been sentenced to 60 days in jail and banned from the park for five years after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct and other charges. The sentence came after a disturbance that broke out when a guide in the park refused to take the tourist party on a kayak trip because Guide said the group was too drunk to go. Jennifer Kipper CBS News the time now for 50, WBZ NewsRadio looks back as we turn 100, Will you be easy? 30, starting in 1943. Alton Black Kington hosted a show called the Yankee Yarns, but it had nothing to do with baseball or knitting yarn was slang for story. It's Yankee are in time. Time to hear another story of New England all told, with a vintage Boston accent and after some wire pulling in the legislature. The Western region, finally separated from Needham proper and became the town of Wellesley. Listeners never knew what to expect. The stories were sometimes funny, sometimes scary, or sometimes both like the one about a circus bear that escaped in terrorized Massachusetts. It's true he did kill a coffin Knittig. And he chased some wood choppers in Quincy. Yankee Irons went off the air in 1951, but not for lack of popularity. Like many other radio hosts at the time, black Kington shifted his signature storytelling to books and TV. Matt Scheuer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 100 Years telling you, B C news radio has brought you the biggest stories from around the world. Chick Morris WBZ direct from American Zone of occupation to every snowstorm here in Boston. It's buckle up. Here we go.

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Southwest Airlines Is Bringing Back 2,700 Flight Attendants for Summer Travel

The KFBK Morning News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Southwest Airlines Is Bringing Back 2,700 Flight Attendants for Summer Travel

"Correspondent Jennifer Keiper explained. It's back to this guy's for more than 2700 Southwest flight attendants who went on leave as the airline tried to cut costs last year. Southwest and other airlines offered voluntary leave buyouts and early retirement to employees last year as the pandemic caused air travel to plummet. The airline is recalling the flight attendants effective June 1st. Last week, Southwest said it will recall 209 pilots from leave in time for the summer schedule. Jennifer Caper. CBS News. Okay, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"29 degrees with Sun and clouds in Boston and 9 30. Good morning. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here's what's happening. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will send the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday. CBS is Jennifer Caper tells US a second Trump impeachment trial in the upper chamber won't begin right away. Opening statements in the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump will begin the week of February 8th, according to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, healing and unity Will on Lee come if there is truth and accountability. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell wanted to postpone the impeachment trial until February to give the former president time to prepare his case. House cast a bipartisan vote to impeach the former president for a second time charging him with incitement of insurrection in connection with the January 6th Capital assault. Jennifer Keiper, CBS News and former president. Trump will be the first former president to face an impeachment trial after leaving office. Maryland Senator Ben Carden says the two week delay in the impeachment process clears the Senate's agenda. To deal with approving President Biden's cabinet picks. We really need to take up his many as possible so that we have the full team in place to deal with their use national issues from the pandemic to the economy to national security, so I hope they will use those two weeks, so a two thirds majority is needed to convict. So with the Senate equally split Democrats would need 17 Republicans.

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Thomas News, radio. W F L A Plenty of sunshine this afternoon and highs near average at 70 degrees. At the end of his last full day in office, President Trump issued more than 100 pardons. President Trump has pardoned his former chief strategist Steve Bannon, former GOP fundraiser Elliot Bridey and former Uber and Google engineer Anthony Levandowski. No members of the president's family, including Mr Trump himself around the list, Mr Trump had already issued a number of high profile pardons, including for political allies Roger Stone, Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort. According to the Justice Department. President Obama pardoned 212 people By the time he left office, 189 were pardoned by President George W. Bush and 396 received a pardon from President Clinton. Jennifer Caper CBS News He's due to fly out after a farewell event at joint base. Andrews around eight this morning. Supporters plan to give the 45th president of warm welcome when he arrives at Palm Beach International Airport. They plan to line the motorcade route as he heads tomorrow. Lago looking at the performing list of Joe Biden's inauguration, it's clear that Hollywood is no longer avoiding the White House. The inaugurations of Joe Biden and Kamila Harris with the national anthem. Jennifer Lopez and Garth Brooks will also be a part of the daytime musical before Commences at noon, Bytom will be sworn into office. Ah virtual parade across America will follow with Jon Stewart Andrade and Kenny Ortega. Then it a 30 eastern Tom Hanks hosts celebrating America..

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Jennifer Caper in Chicago. President Trump opens his remarks at a rally in Dalton, Georgia, by alleging that he won the state during last November's presidential election in Georgia. By the way, there's no way we lost your do this, though. Rig that was a rigged election, but we're still fight again. President elect bite and one Georgia and it's 16 electoral votes. President Trump was in the Peach state to turn out the vote for the GOP candidates ahead of the twin Senate runoff election starting just hours from now. WSB reporter Michelle right, says the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and Federal officials are looking into threats made against polling sites. Cherokee County Sheriff's Office says they'll be stepping up patrols around the county's 40 polling places after several employees received an email threatening violence, according to the department. The threats have also been made in other counties around the state. It's unclear who the email came from, and that's part of an investigation. That's ongoing. A statement from the G B I says quote. Our agency is working with federal, state and local partners to investigate the threats. Goal is to ensure a safe election and that all voters have access to polling locations. The election will determine control of the U. S. Senate fall out after President Trump asks Georgia's top election official to find him or votes. CBS is we, Zhang says there are now calls for federal and state investigation. Yes, News has learned that President Trump called Georgia Secretary of State 18 times since election day before finally getting through on Saturday. The White House is not commenting on the growing calls to investigate whether the president's demands on that call were illegal. With US vaccination numbers far behind schedule. The FDA is considering cutting doses of one covert vaccine and half to double its supply and speed up distribution. CBS is Manuela Bohorquez, New York's governor is threatening to find hospitals upto $100,000 for not using up their supply of vaccine. Within one week here in Florida, the governor said he's looking to turn some covert test sites.

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They are unity, self determination, collective work and responsibility. Who operative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. The seven candles for Kwanza, Our ceremonial objects has served a symbolically re create the sun's power as well as to provide light. There are three red candles, three green ones and one black handle. Covert cases are on the rise in the most populous state. California reporting 20% of hospitalized covert patients are in the ICU. Here is more from ABC. Zoran Sean. Firm cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high covert deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this diseases are deadly. This pandemic is On how devastating it is two families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases. Governor Gavin Newsom says If current trends continue, the number of those hospitalized because of the virus could double in just 30 days or less. The only woman on US death row will not be put to death as soon as originally expected. Here. CBS is Jennifer Keiper. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Capers, CBS NEWS.

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WTOP

"That there was no prior chatter or credible threats. Stuff regarding an attack by known extremist groups. New pandemic regulations are about to kick in. For people who fly to the U. S from the UK with hospitals from coast to coast, overwhelmed on a farm or contagious strain of the Corona virus spreading across the United Kingdom. The CDC is ordering all passengers to provide written documentation showing they've tested negative within the last 72 hours before leaving the UK and entering the United States. It's still unclear how effective the Fizer and Madonna vaccines are on that new strain that CBS is Lilia Luciano reporting. Well, President Trump signed the coronavirus relief bill. We just don't know. Yet. President Trump spent part of Christmas Day playing golf, giving no signal of whether he plans to sign that big economic stimulus bill passed by Congress last weekend, he Senate he might not objecting to several things in it. Several things that are not one of the things he claims he wants is an increase in those checks to many Americans from 600 to $2000 and Christmas night, Strong supporter, Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted after spending some time with President Trump. He's convinced Mr Troy Up is more determined than ever to increase stimulus payments to $2000 per person and challenge legal liability protection for social media companies. Tom Foti CBS NEWS Washington Because the bill is tied to government funding legislation, President Trump not signing it could trigger a government shutdown. She's the only woman on federal death row and a judge has delayed her execution. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four, removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January. 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Caper, CBS News Coming Up Slow Male leads to Christmas Gifts Being delayed, It's 9 34 Transparency and trust makes buying a car. Fitzgerald,.

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Year old boy gives up an old toy and makes a little five year old boy from Canton. Very, very happy. Great Christmas story from WBZ TV is Julie McDonald Way Back at Aston White Second Birthday party. It was love at first sight as Super Cool John Deere tractor from a very special someone You know who I was from. Yeah. Ever since rain or shine, That's where you find him until he parked it in the wrong place. It was my favorite awhile until it got stolen by somebody. It was devastating. I want to my room and then cried. Still, Ashton looked for the good. Don't sad. It wasn't one that day factory soft like this. That thing on someone else. Good heard what happened. You sure me doing that? Figuring that would be so upset. I used to write it on. Brendan loved one just like it now collecting dust in the garage and asked me if I would done and like I said immediately. Yes, one boy's old toy. Now I can't neighbors. New treasure felt happy that he was happy. Ashton can get back to driving responsibly and then Um somewhere and just trying to go slow when they're not any one single fast and paying it forward with kindness. Make me want to do some different him to Julie MacDonnell. WBC news back to one of our top stories. Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the FBI. Investigating a massive explosion of a recreational vehicle early on Christmas morning in Nashville. That blast which authorities consider intentional Causing extensive damage, sending several to the hospital. CBS is Jesse Mitchell in Nashville. The explosion through flames into the air, setting cars on fire, destroying homes and damaging more than 40 businesses in the city's tourist district. We do believe that the explosion was an intentional act. Police released this photo of an RV they believe was responsible for the blast, which was caught on surveillance video driving to the area and that blast was so loud it could be heard two miles away. Police in Grapevine, Texas, responding to reports of threats at a hotel guests at Great Wolf Lodge, calling police claiming a man was threatening to shoot up the hotel. Authorities searching room by room evacuating guest to a secure area, Grapevine police spokeswoman Amanda Make News says So far no reports of injuries. We had multiple callers from different areas, saying they heard the same thing and gave the same description. So based on that credibility, we're doing everything we can to make sure everyone stays safe. Yeah, those far there have been no reports of any shots fired Police in Boston investigating the death of a man in East Boston on Christmas Eve. Officers responding to a report of a person stabbed near 208 Sumner ST Man rushed to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The only woman on death row in the United States continues to await her faith. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as her own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Caper, CBS News 36 year old man from reading Who state state police say was heavily intoxicated found driving the wrong way on route 93 South. Near exit 40 in Wilmington yesterday morning, troopers put down some stop sticks, flattening the tires in the Medford area. So now the driver with four flat tires. Keeps driving gets delivered Circle tried to hide in the mass General parking area. The man was eventually apprehended, taken to Tufts Medical Center for a medical evaluation. On Christmas Eve. It was a last ditch try to get a coronavirus relief bill signed by President Trump, but it did not happen. Here's NBC's Andrew Dember. Trump voiced his opposition to the sweeping economic relief effort at the 11th hour after lawmakers finally agreed to terms taking Capitol Hill by surprise. The president asking for those direct cash payments to most Americans be increased to $2000 more than three times the $600 lawmakers agreed on hoping for a holiday Hail Mary Democrats called a special session on Christmas Eve. Up those checks to two grand as the president suggested in a separate Bill. House Republicans, though, immediately rejected it in a tweet on Christmas Day. The president did not say what he planned to do about that. Bill. Make WBZ news radio part of your morning routine alarm. Set for 6 A.m. to WBC news radio 10 30 from my Heart radio Mark speaker When you first wake up WBZ radio in your car on the way to working.

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 7 40, a new strain of the Corona virus that's more contagious has been spreading in the UK but is it already here? In the U. S. W. T. O. P S Dimitri and Hillary talked about it with Dr Arthur Caplan from the N Y. U. Grossman School of Medicine Suspect it already here. We have not shut down air travel from Britain to the United States. I think there are six or seven flights to New York alone that come in. Every day would be hard for me to imagine that that strain of the virus isn't here. So that maybe the bad news. The good news is, I'm not sure we understand enough to really panic or get entirely nervous about this strain. It's certainly something to be concerned about, but I think maybe we're getting a little overheated about it. The fact is, we fight it in the same way that we fight previous trains, right, masking, social distancing and eventually vaccines. That's 100% correct, and so no change in behavior And even if somebody said Look, maybe it's not a nasty a strain in terms of posing. Maybe it's more transmissible, but it may not kill us any faster. The same thing applies. We shouldn't be traveling around Christmas time and having these family gatherings. We know they're dangerous. We saw it at Thanksgiving. Dr Kaplan has this mutated rather quickly, And if so, does it portend more changes and the possibility it could, you know, become sinister. Well, the virus has been monitored closely. It is changing. I heard today from Fizer that they are convinced that their vaccine will still work against it. So that's good news. It hasn't changed that much. But viruses do mutate and they do change and things could certainly get worse in terms of something being more lethal or Change that would make our vaccines ineffective. I'm just going to say right now, despite a lot of attention here in a lot of hand wringing a lot of shutdowns in England. I'm not sure we know yet that this is quite in that category. It's something to watch. It's something to be concerned about. And I'm not saying Take a plane to England or vice versa, But I'm not sure yet the evidence is quite up to the panic. Does it make getting that vaccine out even more critical or crucial? Because you're going to need even more people vaccinated as this thing can spread more quickly now? Yeah, if it really is a fast spreader. You do want the vaccines out as fast as possible. That really, really becomes our best defense. But again, keep masking, Keep social distancing. Don't travel too large gatherings. Why? Because even if you're vaccinated, you might still be able to transmit the virus. That's Dr Arthur Caplan from the N Y. U. Grossman School of Medicine talking with Hillary and Dmitri. She's the only woman on federal death row in a judge has delayed her execution. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government. 1953 Jennifer Caper CBS News Just ahead after WTLV Sports D C. Maryland and Virginia lead a lawsuit to crank down on untraceable guns. I'm Luke Luke er, it's 7 44. Okay, let's go, Go, go. They're right on our tail. Hey, don't worry. They'll never catch us. How do you know anything? This is an action movie thistles. Nissan salesman happened. What's no can't be sells. Event ads are boring. This is definitely not born. Manny explained the announcer. I'm sorry..

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Did this. We're gonna get our state and federal partners to help us do that We're going to celebrate our heroes, which are first responders that went and saved lives. Three people were reported injured in that blast possible remains. Found nearby. Police are investigating whether those remains are tied to that blast. Several buildings were damaged Police in Grapevine, Texas, responding to reports of threats of a hotel guests at the Great Wolf Lodge. Say a man was making threats against the hotel officials search room by room, evacuating all the guests great find, police spokeswoman Amanda McNew says. So far that's only been threats did have reports from multiple witnesses describing the same man saying he was going to make threats that he was going to shoot. And so far, police have not found that suspect. A man who was stabbed on Christmas Eve and he's Boston has died from his injuries. Police say they responded to a call at about nine o'clock Thursday night about a stabbing near to await Sumner ST. Officers finding a man suffering life threatening injuries rushed to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead police asking anyone with information to contact them. Those advocating for prisoners in Massachusetts are redoubling their efforts to release inmates from state prisons. Because of the pandemic Prisoners Legal services of Massachusetts, arguing in Suffolk Superior Court that the state Department of Correction should release inmates, too. Home confinement, furlough, medical parole or other legal measures so that other prisoners will be able to socially distance. Now it appears that the on Lee woman who sits on death row will not be executed as soon as expected. The latest with CBS is Jennifer Keiper. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Caper, CBS NEWS Residents of three nursing homes outside Madison, Alabama, Receiving a special surprise on Christmas animals, goats, donkeys decked out an adorable costumes. I love the name of this place. It's tiny, high knees traveling farm. Visiting nursing homes and schools so people can connect with animals they don't see often and with the added isolation of covert 19, keeping many away from their families, farm owner Susan Bolivia says their mission means so much more this year. You know the depression that comes along with it..

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"jennifer caper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer caper" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"O'Neil. This afternoon. Your top national story coronavirus. Very latest news. 93.1 kfbk. We get caught up on what's happening right now on Capitol Hill with CBS correspondent Jennifer Caper. President Trump vetoes the $741 billion National defense bill. CBS military analyst Jeff McCausland says Congress does have enough votes to override the veto the annual defense policy budget Falling through on a threat to do so, and veto this measure that has broad bipartisan support in both houses of Congress. The newly passed covert relief package faces uncertainty. President Trump says Congress should triple the size of direct payments to families or he might not sign it. CBS is Cipri. There's a sense here in Washington that it's basically the president shouting out. I'm still relevant. Don't take me for granted. More promising news. On the vaccine front. CBS is Alise Preston Day, the Department of Health and Human Services announced a new deal with Visor to secure another 100 million doses of its cove in 19 vaccine that's in addition to the 100 Million Visor has already agreed to provides. And that CBS correspondent Jennifer Piper reporting now your top local story. One. Vice President elect Kamala Harris is sworn in officially as vice president. She will make history on several levels. She's the first female elected to the second highest office in the land, as well as Thief, First Asian, American and Black American. And now her open U S Senate. See, will also make history as governor Gavin Newsom is appointing Alejandro Alex Padilla. To fill her vacancy. He's an M I T graduate with a degree in engineering and was the Los Angeles City Council president before becoming California secretary of state. Padilla was included in governor since Daily press briefing this afternoon and took the time to tell him he's grateful for this job. Okay. I just want to thank you tremendously for for this opportunity make you proud by being a fierce advocate for working families throughout the state of California, Angela the voice and I just think for the honor. Idea. The son of immigrants is the first Latino to hold this office in California. We get more news. Now. With Kip case, you're Michael's talking coronavirus. Governor Newsome says available beds in California's intensive care units are extremely rare. As a state today we're down to 1.1%. I see you capacity, Newsome says Intensive care won't be eliminated if and when the state reaches zero capacity surge capacity would then be utilized. California, though, is running out of one of its most valuable resource is in the fight against covered 19 kfbk is Brody Fernandez explains. A shortage of doctors and nurses is plaguing California hospitals as they become overwhelmed by a surgeon. Coronavirus cases, the state is desperately searching for an additional 3000 temporary healthcare workers to meet The demand, state officials are reaching out to foreign partners in places like Australia and Taiwan that can provide aid during times of crisis. The Golden State is also reaching out to other states throughout the U. S. Who can supply nurses and doctors. Rudy Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK California continues to suffer economic losses during the pandemic, according to a new jobs report from the U. S Department of Labor. Senior bankrate dot com. Analyst Mark Hamrick says recovery hinges on how quickly vaccines can be distributed. There is progress being made on that front. Unfortunately, it's still gonna take some time hammering says the number of new unemployment claims in California is just over 155,000. But there's still a lot of economic uncertainty. Thea Grigull chur and wine industries have also been affected by wildfires, disruptions in the supply chain and changes in demand, he says. With many restaurants being closed, or only offering take out, demand has increased across the board. Leaders from a local outdoor destination or taking on Airbnb this holiday season. KFBK Staler Martin tells us they're asking the short term rental company to stop the Reynolds plaster in El Dorado County leaders are calling on Airbnb to stop allowing people to stay in Tahoe area rentals during the state's stay at home Order, County officials say the rental companies allowing reservations to continue even though all non essential travel and overnight stays are banned in the state. In a letter to Airbnb, they asked for reservations to be canceled through Janu. Very first and for the company to work with owners to allow for full refunds or re booking so tourist can return when it's safe or when the health order is lifted. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK San Francisco's Chinatown is losing one of its oldest restaurants, The 100 Year Old Far East Cafe will be closing its doors permanently next week. The owner is saying they can't survive long term on take out alone, particularly with no end of the pandemic in sight. It's 406 summa kfbk Afternoon news. Thanks, Joe. If you're looking for a last minute gift idea, with no time ship anything across the country Seen its editor at large in share says You may want to consider gifting a streaming service. For example, Disney Plus which means Yes. Star Wars and all the Disney shows, of course, and Pixar usually cost $7 a month. But you can give two year long subscription for $70 that saves you $14 over a year. Netflix, which has the crown and stranger things and never have I ever sells gift cards in most major retailers, including Wal Mart, Best by Target, CVS and Walgreens, HBO. Max is another option, particularly because it has the movie wonder Woman 1984 coming out on Christmas Day for free for subscribers. Right now, you consign someone up for a six month's subscription for $70. Which is 22% less than usual. If you're thinking about other services as well, there's Spotify from music and apple music by the way, and you could always consider Amazon Prime, which doesn't just give you music but also video and Amazons famous two days shipping And that was seen it telling us about last minute gift ideas now coming up at 4 11. We're gonna tell you all about today's poll question, and we also have some other news short stories to share with you. But right now we're gonna get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories here on news 93.1 kfbk..

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