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04:00 min | 1 d ago

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"Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Knee was 93.1 kfbk. Mostly sunny day ahead For today, Eyes of 62 to 66 will dip into the forties tonight under clear skies more Sun ahead tomorrow Wednesday and Thanksgiving highs near 60 tomorrow and Wednesday, Load him in sixties on Thanksgiving. Vacuum others. Bill Digger News 93.1 kfbk Sacramento You're holding at 41 degrees. Out of the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. California state prisons will soon offer video visits after the suspension of in person visits during the covert 19 pandemic. KFBK Jensen Raeder reports. The CDC are announced that the program will launch by Thanksgiving weekend for select prisons and roll out statewide by the end of the year. Eligible inmates will be allowed a free 30 minute video visit every 30 days starting on November 28th the first five prisons to roll out this program will be San Quentin State Prison, California Institution for Men, Mill Creek State Prison Valley State Prison and Central California Women's facility. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK, the government's Corona virus. Vaccine leaders says Herd immunity is possible, but most Americans will need to get vaccinated. Here's more from case because Mark Mayfield, 70% or so over the population being immunized with a love for true herd immunity to take place that is likely to happen somewhere in the month of May or in CNN's state of the union Doctor Moncef slow. We added that most people need to be vaccinated so normal life can return. Mark Mayfield News, 93.1 KFBK and other news This morning. Americans hoping to visit their northern neighbors might not be able to do so this year. KFBK correspondent Matt Matt Johnson reports. Canada just extended its border closure to December. 21st. The Prime minister tweeted the update Friday, hours before the restrictions were set to expire. The country's border has been closed since March 18th because of the Corona virus pandemic and renewed every month since I'm Matt Matt Johnson. Buster reacts after the United States withdraws from the open skies treaty. KFBK correspondent Bill Zamfir has details. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the move by the United States was not a surprise, but it would have negative consequences. This treaty includes 34 countries and allows armed flyovers of countries to observe military installations in other areas, Peskov said. Without the U. S. The treaty loses credibility and mutual trust and weapons control will be lost. Making the announcement, Secretary of State, Pompeo said it makes the United States more secure. I'm bill's emperor. Now it's 6 34 before we get to the national stories, Willie Brown is sounding off about Governor Newsome's trip to the French laundry in the party, of course, which made national headlines across the globe in East he basically says. Because he wasn't asked my friends, you know, how would you characterize is what would you say? And he says, I replied by saying he has apologized that he is clearly embarrassed by what he did. That it will take a toll on his national stature as it is the biggest political story since the election. This is what Willie Brown wrote in the San Francisco Chronicle. He says that Newsom will will pay a political price for this not just on a statewide Stora local scale, but also on the national front. Of course, there have been rumors that Newsome may someday try to run for president. There are also rumors that he may run for the United States Senate seat, which is currently held by Dianne Feinstein. So he has aspirations for higher office. But Willie Brown, writing in the San Francisco Chronicle this morning that this will hurt him politically. This from a visual from an optics standpoint, a bummer. Well, it is for forgiven Newsome, You're right here. The top national stories. Drug maker AstraZeneca.

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04:46 min | 6 d ago

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"One of your clubs today with periods of rain this afternoon in the high of 63 to 67 intermittent rain tonight with a low of 53 to 57 remaining mostly cloudy tomorrow with a shower around that a high of 60 to 64. Mac, you other media Ronald? Just Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk and we have a bunch of fifties all up and down the valley. Right now. It is 54 in Tahoe will start of their 57 in the Bay Area 55 in Roseville and 54 in Sacramento. Out of the stories that are trending on this Tuesday morning this morning, California lawmakers from the state Capitol and lobbyists are waking up in Hawaii there on an all expenses paid trip to Maui and a posh resort where rooms go for $600 a night kfbk. Jody Guerrero has more now on the trip to paradise that's shrouded in secrecy. State lawmakers and lobbyists are in Maui for the annual California Independent Voter Projects Policy conference. While state health officials are warning against holiday travel on vacation plans, several lawmakers headed out to the Aloha State to rub elbows with industry representatives. The event is hosted by a San Diego based group that works to empower non partisan voters and promote nonpartisan election reform, a spokesman for the group told the Sacramento Bee. The attendees air following CDC guidelines like mask wearing and social distancing, and they're encouraged to quarantine for 14 days afterward. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK Airbnb will debut on public market soon. KFDA CASE Jensen Raeder reports that the Hypo could bring Billions of dollars for the Bay Area company, The San Francisco based short term rental company released its prospectus Monday, blaming a decline in revenue on the impact of the covert 19 pandemic. Whoever the company noted, business quickly began to rebound as millions of guests took trips closer to home. With the break out into the stock market, Airbnb employees are slated to make million's bringing tax revenue into the city. The company plans to trade on the NASDAQ under the symbol A B and B and could appear on the market as soon as December. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK Health officials in YOLO County have confirmed a Corona virus outbreak at a West Sacramento nursing home cave becase role Well, Balon has details. Officials say nine residents and 13 staff members have tested positive at the riverbed nursing center. There have been no deaths reported as the infected patients are being monitored in isolation. The same facility had a cluster of five confirmed cases back in July. Riverbend officials say all residents and staff have been tested for Cove it and will continue to get tested. Weekly Royale Balon News 93.1 KFBK Sacramento Kings air getting ready for the NBA draft, which starts tomorrow, training camps opening for all teams on December 1st. The Kings will have the 12th overall pick in this year's draft head coach Luke Walton and new general manager Monty McNair will have to decide whether to use the pick or package it in a trade the MBA 72 game regular season scheduled to tip off December. 22nd. I know you remember Al Franken. Oh, yeah. So former comedian was on Saturday. Live Really funny guy in lawmaker on lawmakers Senator from Minnesota, then got caught up in the me to deal. Remember that that just ended his career like just that I hit a brick wall. He's back. Yeah. Okay. He's on CNN and MSNBC lately regarding some commentary, Okay, that seems like a good spot for him. Media exposure is growing for Al Franken. Yep. He's back to work. Yep. All right, Let's get more from your national stories now from ABC. President elect Joe Biden moving forward with his transition team, adding senior staff for his White House when he takes office. And today Louisiana representative Cedric Richmond being tapped to be in the senior roles with Biden Harris administration today in New Orleans. Richmond, who served his Biden's campaign co chair, announcing he'll leave office title that I will have Will be senior advisor to the president. It will be assistant to the president and director of public engagement. Jen O'Malley. Dillon died in his campaign manager will also serve as deputy chief of staff. President Trump still not conceding the presidential race, moving ahead with new court filings and states, including Georgia and Michigan. On Capitol Hill. This hour, Senate Judiciary Committee members hearing testimony from CEOs of Twitter and Facebook. Ah post election look at the recent election on what they allowed on platforms and took off coronavirus continuing to surgeon states and into Colonel. Homeland Security memos shows the majority of states seen an increase in hospitalizations, Michelle It's Michelle Franzen for ABC News, a City council race where there's just a handful of votes between candidates. And we do mean a handful like five. It's news from your neighborhood coming up traffic. CHP is.

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03:15 min | 2 weeks ago

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"This Thursday morning. What you need to know right now about the decision of election 2020 kfbk continuing coverage. There are reports this morning President Trump is closing the gap in Arizona, where Joe Biden continues to hold a slight lead. A final vote count from Arizona is expected soon. The latest electoral map shows Joe Biden with 253 electoral votes and President Trump with 214 this morning. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia, alleging voter fraud. KFBK is Mark Mayfield with the latest During a press conference in Philadelphia yesterday, Eric Trump and Rudy Giuliani questioned the legitimacy of mail in ballots. And accused election officials of hiding the counting process from Republican poll watchers Governor Tom Wolfe says election officials at the state and local levels should be free to do their jobs without fear, intimidation or attacks and that these attempts to subvert the democratic process are simply disgraceful. Mark Mayfield NEWS 93.1 KFBK The Trump campaign is asking for a recount in Wisconsin, and they're reportedly also preparing lawsuits that could be filed in Arizona and Nevada and election officials in Arizona say it's okay to use a Sharpie. Worker on ballots. Sharpie Gate erupted on social media over the over a video of a woman who would claims she saw poll workers giving out sharpies to voters because using the markers would invalidate a vote when ink from the Sharpie bleeds through the ballot. Erica Floors with the Maricopa County Elections Department says there's no basis to that claim. That's not a concern because we have new tabulation equipment that only reads the ovals. And we have offset columns on the ballots. So even with that bleed through, it's not filling in any other oval. On the other side, Maricopa County officials say the manufacturer of their tabulation machines actually recommend sharpies. Or they're fast drawing ink. The Rockland Teachers Association is suing the Rockland Unified School District KFBK Jensen Raeder reports. The lawsuit claims the district is putting the health of students at risk Association filed a lawsuit after reopening for in person instruction six weeks ago, saying being back in the classroom is putting the health and safety of students at risk. It says the district failed to follow the safety protocols that both groups agreed Tio back in August. Rockland Unified responded to the lawsuit, claiming the district is following the state and local public health guidelines but that the teachers association is asking them to disregard those protocols, her state and local government directives. Jensen Raider News 93.1 kfbk Time Now is 805. We do this at five minutes past everywhere we run our featured audio clip. It's an audio clip. Maybe that you have not heard or seen on a local or network newscast, giving a bit different perspective on the day's news. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits now in Philadelphia and in Georgia and in Michigan this morning alleging voter fraud by Democrats. Rudy Giuliani, who is the attorney for president, Trump says that there will very likely be even Mohr lawsuits in other locations. Here is what he said in a news conference in Philadelphia. It is our featured audio clip this hour. It is it is very, very sad that we're here in The city that's really the birthplace of our democracy. And this is among Of the most anti democratic.

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06:54 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Trending this Thursday morning, you need to know right now about the decision of election. 2020 kfbk continuing coverage. There are reports this morning President Trump is closing the gap in Arizona, where Joe Biden continues to hold a slight lead. Ah, final vote from Arizona is expected soon. The latest electoral map shows Joe Biden with 253 electoral votes. And President Trump with 214 this morning. The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia, alleging voter fraud case Mark Mayfield with the latest During a press conference in Philadelphia yesterday, Eric Trump and Rudy Giuliani questioned the legitimacy of mail in ballots and accused election officials of hiding the counting process from Republican poll watchers. Governor Tom Wolfe says election officials at the state and local levels should be free to do their jobs without fear, intimidation or attacks and that these attempts to subvert the democratic process are simply disgraceful. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK. The Trump campaign is reportedly also preparing lawsuits that could be filed in Arizona, Wisconsin and Nevada and election officials in Arizona say it's okay to use a Sharpie marker on their ballots. Sharpie Gate erupted on social media. Over a video of a woman claiming that she saw poll workers giving out sharpies to voters because using the markers would invalidate a vote when ink from the Sharpie bleeds through under the ballots. Erica Flores with thehe Maricopa County Elections Department says there is no basis to that claim. That's not a concern because we have new tabulation equipment. That only reads the overalls and we have upset columns on the palate. So even with that bleed through, it's not filling in any other oval. On the other side, Maricopa County officials say the manufacturers of their tabulation machines actually recommend sharpies for their fast drying ink. Reports say that the U. S had 103,000 new covert cases, which is the highest ever and the first time over 100,000 K. P. K's Mike Barrow, reports Covic over You Can't watch anything else. On November 4th. You won't be hearing so much about it. That's what President Trump said leading up to the election. Technically, he's right today is November 5th and we're still talking about the second day of continuing ballot counting to determine which President will lead us through this Koven pandemic. But Corona virus reached a dire milestone yesterday. 100,000 cases in one day for the first time tallies also included 52,000 hospitalizations and 1116 dead. 17 states, including Kansas, Tennessee, Virginia, Nebraska, Minnesota, Indiana and West Virginia. All report Record numbers of hospitalizations. Mike Bauer NEWS 93.1 KFBK. The Rockland Teachers Association is suing the Rockland Unified School District KPK Jensen Raeder reports. The lawsuit claims the district is putting the health of students at risk Association filed a lawsuit after reopening for in person instruction six weeks ago, saying being back in the classroom is putting the health and safety of students at risk. It says the district failed to follow the safety protocols that both groups agreed Tio back in August. Rockland Unified responded to the lawsuit, claiming the district is following the state and local public health guidelines but that the teachers association is asking them to disregard those protocols, her state and local government directives. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. They're counting hundreds of thousands of mail in ballots in Pennsylvania, and they say they will be counting until Friday. Philadelphia City commissioner Al Schmidt says it will likely be tomorrow before we know the outcome in Pennsylvania. It is our featured audio clip this hour. If everything keeps up, we'll have the Total results in the next couple of days, but Pennsylvania allows Votes will be received and counted up until Friday, three days after the election, so we can't count what we don't yet have. So if you have mailed your ballot on or before Election Day on Tuesday It comes in Wednesday. Thursday Friday, those votes will be counted. Okay, so the by Friday, we should know. Rudy Giuliani and Eric Trump held a news conference in Philadelphia yesterday. They're alleging that Republicans have been not allowed to adequately observed the vote count that they've been kept late, at least 100 ft. Away. We're going to roll out audio clips from Rudy Giuliani coming up in about maybe 10 minute less than 10 minutes, actually, and he's very passionate about what's taking place, Not just in Philadelphia, he says. It's going on in Wisconsin and in Michigan and in Arizona and They're very concerned about voter fraud. They filed three lawsuits this morning. So anyway, we're going to play that portion of the story for you in about 10 Minutes. Margins are just unbelievably razor thin. Well, in Giuliani's point that he says, Look How is it that Trump had about 400,000 vote lead with more than 80% of the vote counted and it went away, right? What happened? I think Democrats would say, Well, a lot of those were Democrats that voted Malin write, and they're just getting to those ballot egg. That's exactly what they're saying. No question, by the way speaking which before we get to the network This was not. We're learning a lot more about the election results today. This was not the overwhelming blue wave that Democrats had been hoping for, had been planning for on election Night. No, and it's very, very evident. They thought maybe they had a chance take over the U. S Senate that does not appear that that's going to happen. They were expecting a much bigger night at the House of Representatives, and they did not do nearly what they thought they would do it numbers. No writers who are typically very critical of Republicans are riding this morning about Democrats say. You know, show a little humility because the president even if he loses, still gained 3.7 million votes. He pulled 2016. He picked up more votes this time than last time, right And and with a lot of minority groups, Latinos and blacks, they're saying OK, Democrats, if you do get into power your your plans. We are going to be giddy to go along with them. Half the country is not going to want that. Here's another very interesting statistic from the vote. Do you know that the his critics President Trump's critics said that he was a white supremacist and he's a racist and so on. He attracted Mohr minority votes. In this election, then since 1960 For a Republican, right? 19th more minorities voted for him than they've been voted for Reagan for Bush for any other Republican since 1960. And a lot of that and probably had to do with the economy. They say 80% of the voters that voted for President Trump the economy was number 1 70% of the voters who voted for Joe Biden Cove. It was number one on their mind. Right right there. Yes, that and that That's not at all surprising, right? I mean, that's kind of how we thought it would go here. The top national stories.

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04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Thursday morning, The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk could be the first amusement park to reopen in California KFBK Jensen Raeder reports of fish. I'll say they'll start by reopening a maximum of 12 rides. This comes as Santa Cruz County moves into the orange or moderate tear. Smaller theme parks are permitted to reopen at 25% capacity, or 500. In county visitors, whichever is fewer admission into the smaller theme parks is by reservation only in this tear. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. Also this morning, Sacramento has a new attraction on the waterfront is 65 FT. Ferris wheel installed over the weekend. People from the same household can share a gondola. Ferris wheel operators will sanitize each gondola in between rides. The Ferris wheel opens to the public Friday. It'll run daily through January 31st and the cost is $6 campaign. 2020 KFBK Continuing coverage. Countdown to Election Day continues with just five days to go. Here's the NBC's Tracie Potts. Dueling rallies again today, this time in Florida, where Joe Biden Has a slight lead President Trump headed home to the Sunshine State from Arizona, now a toss up, according to NBC, along with Texas more than 75 million Americans have already cast their ballots. Fighting is once again escalating in the dispute between Armenia and ours are by John Kfbk. Correspondent Bill Zimpfer has the latest after three failed ceasefire attempts. Azerbaijan is now accusing Armenia of using cluster bombs in the latest attacks that killed dozens and wounded dozens. Mohr. Those cluster munitions have been banned by over 100 countries around the world, but not by Armenia and Azerbaijan. Civilians are continuing to pay a heavy price in the conflict with hundreds killed in this fighting bills him for NBC News radio before we get to the network, let's look take a look. Kristina had some of the headlines that are out there this morning on nationwide. U. S States facing budget shortfalls from 2022 2022 in the next two years. Of about $434 billion, according to Moody's Analytics. Here's the bottom line. The tax receipts are going to be extraordinarily low for states all across America from right, right, And we're going to, especially in a place like Sacramento. I'm gonna start to feel it with so many state jobs on and it's just a reality that we're going to deal with. Not just here in the capital city of California, but all across the country, right? Right. I found this kind of interesting odd story out of Costco. They're going to stop selling time made coconut products. Why? Which is interesting because Not because there's anything wrong with the products like the actually wrong with him, but because they use forced monkey labor. Did you say monkeys forced Monkey labor? I'd never even heard of home. Does that even work? I guess they used these monkeys to pick the coconuts. So and Peeta has forced as he's come forward and shown some On allegations of abuse, and Costco has agreed to stop. O Lord in the U. S a today interesting. So Walgreens Food lion giant food stopping shop. A couple of others have have been able to figure out which of these products they're using forced Monkey labor and pull them so they get the monkeys to do the work. I know which is kind of sad right now. They don't want to hear the top national stories. According to the Commerce Department, the US economy grew at an unprecedented annual rate of 33% during the third quarter of this year. But it fell at an unprecedented annual rate of 31% in the prior quarter when the pandemic lockdowns began. Labor Department says another 751,000 laid off Americans filed first time claims for unemployment last week. A second wave of covert lockdowns will soon be coming in Europe, where many countries or having trouble keeping up with cases and hospitalizations, Brown University School of Public Health Dean, Dr Asheesh John says it could be happening here soon as well. My biggest concern eyes and we're not ready for this way that's coming in front of us and people are tired. I think there's a lot people can do. To protect themselves Mass wearing social distancing, But eight months into this pandemic just is not where we should be. Three people were killed, one of them beheaded at a church in the south of France today. The terror ninth attack also left several people wounded in the city of Nice. Sherry Preston ABC News Fun for the family all weekend long at a local fairgrounds will tell you about their last live Siri's of the season coming up a news from.

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01:36 min | Last month

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"City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon 102. I'm Dana Hiss with your top local stories. Well, California Supreme Court has ruled that convicted murderer Scott Peterson will have his case were examined in San Mateo County KFBK is Jensen Raeder reports. His comes less than two months after the Supreme Court overturned his death penalty. The defense argues in their appeal that incorrect rulings and other issues occurred throughout the highly publicized 2000 for trial, including Reports that one juror had failed to disclose involvement with another legal proceeding. In a case that made national headlines, Prosecutors say Peterson killed his 27 year old pregnant wife and dumped her body into the San Francisco Bay. Was convicted of first degree murder for Lacey's death and second degree murder for the death of their unborn son. Conner, Jensen, Raider News 93.1 KFBK and Orange Veil neighborhood known for its bright lights and holiday decor won't be holding their annual holiday event. This were Sacramento County Health Department says the holiday event that draws thousands to dove would court cannot proceed as it has in previous years due to cope in 19 concerns over the county's not banned residential decorations or holiday displays in the neighborhood. And jagged little pill as the big winner. Today's Tony Award nominations got 15 nominations most of any show in the shortened Broadway season. This year. There were 18 shows eligible for nominations Last year. There were 34. Traffic and weather together. Brought to you by D E. A Take back Day October 24th the take back dot com Get an accident on the causeway Westbound. Somebody got a blown out tire..

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"Legal marijuana is in the news this morning Maura on the country that is poised to become the biggest legal pot country in the world. But first the city of Sacramento may add 10 new storefronts to sell marijuana KPK Aubrey Aquino reports. Sacramento currently has 30 pot shops with store friends, and none are owned by a black man or woman. The idea to allow additional licenses to open more dispensaries has been in discussions for years in counseling. Jaysh inner believes now is the time and it's the right thing to dio. Oakland has far fewer dispensaries and we have Denver Has over 230 dispensaries in the city of Denver. So I think going from 30 to 40 is a reasonable amount and again looks at the goals that we have around equity. He also thinks this move could lead the way on how to address issues around equity here and elsewhere. The thing people will look at Sacramento. This is something that we want to emulate, and I think that that would become the wind for everyone General says he expects the council to approve the plan. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 KFBK, Mexico is poised to become the world's Largest legal cannabis market after decades of restrictive drug policies and bloody cartel wars. KFBK is Jensen Raeder reports. The L A Times reports that lawmakers have until December 15th to make marijuana legal after the Supreme Court rules. A band was unconstitutional. As that deadline draws closer. It sparks more debate over how legalization should be enacted and who will benefit Both sides argued that legalization could change the criminal landscape in Mexico and reduce cartel related violence. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK A San Francisco federal appeals court has ruled that President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department funds to pay for building his border wall is illegal. Kate McKay's Dina Kodiak reports The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK State officials are looking into several unofficial ballot drop off box is that Upped up in recent days Thes air in Los Angeles, Orange and Fresno counties. They've also been discovered at political party offices, candidate headquarters and churches. It's believed at least according to the Orange County Register, that these were put in place by the GOP, But the secretary of state is looking into that Alex Padilla. He is coordinating with local elections officials to look into these reports. 7 35 time for your top national stories. The ongoing cooperation hearing for judging Amy Cockney buried to the Supreme Court members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on both sides of the aisle. Making their case is not so much for weather. Barrett should be confirmed, but whether any nominee should be confirmed so close to Election Day, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, saying the Senate is called at this moment to carry out the confirmation. The Senate is now tasked with carrying out perhaps its most solemn duty. Under the Constitution. Democratic Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois, during his statement, remarking on the unseemliness of the fast tracking on these confirmation proceedings. The speed with which Republicans are moving to fill this vacancy stands in sharp contrast. To the approach taken by the same Senate Republicans the last time there was a vacancy in election year in 2016. Barrett has yet to make her opening statements with continuing coverage. The Barrett confirmation hearing. I'm Dave Packer, ABC News, a local crackdown on illegal fireworks. Interesting timing just for Thanksgiving. Right again. Good news for your neighborhood giving up in three minutes. Your voice can do your vote. No one will be safe in by Newsom can't even call it We're here to make sense of it for you campaign. 2020 on Sacramento's news. Any 3.1 kfbk Christine, let's be honest about our daily oral care routine is a bit of a process. Most of us don't do it right, and nobody really likes doing it. It's all leading to problems when we finally have that's dental checkup we've been putting off I'm Simon and of a founder of quip, a better way to care for your mouth. We make your daddy or okay routine more simple, affordable and even enjoyable without ultra slim and simple to use electric toothbrush a kid's brush, they actually look forward to using refreshing mint. And watermelon, anti.

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02:42 min | Last month

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"Meteorologists, Isaac only news 93.1 kfbk Right now in Sacramento. We have 55 degrees and the air quality is good. Here's what's trending on this Monday morning. Legal marijuana in the news this morning Morano country poised to become the biggest legal pot country in the world in a moment, But first, the city of Sacramento may add 10 new storefronts granting permits to ex cons to sell marijuana. KPK Sabatino reports. Sacramento currently has 30 pot shops with store friends, and none are owned by a black man or woman. The idea to allow additional licenses to open more dispensaries has been in discussions for years in counseling Jae shin or believes now is the time and it's the right thing to dio. Oakland has far fewer dispensaries. And we have Denver has over 230 dispensaries in the city of Denver. So I think going from 30 to 40 is a reasonable amount and again looks at the goals that we have around. Pretty. He also thinks this move could lead the way on how to address issues around equity here and elsewhere. The thing people will look at Sacramento. This is something that we want to emulate, and I think that that would become the win for everyone General says he expects the council to approve the plan. Aubrey Aquino News, 93.1, Kfbk and Christina. There's a lot to this story and always going to be joining us in about 12 minutes or so to get in depth more about the ex cons who could get permits and more aspects of this story and again, that's about 12 minutes. Okay, Mexico is poised to become The world's largest legal cannabis market after decades of restrictive drug policies and bloody cartel wars K of the case, Jensen Raeder reports The L A Times reports that lawmakers have until December 15th to make marijuana legal after the Supreme Court rules. A band was unconstitutional. As that deadline draws closer. It sparks more debate over how legalization should be enacted and who will benefit Both sides argued that legalization could change the criminal landscape in Mexico and reduce cartel related violence. Jensen RAIDER NEWS 93.1 KFBK SAN Francisco Federal appeals court has ruled that President Trump's bid to redirect more than $3.5 billion in Defense Department money to pay for his border wall is illegal KFBK is Dina Kodiak reports. The 2 to 1 decision by a three judge panel of the ninth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court ruling by an Oakland federal judge. California Attorney General Javier Becerra is praising the decision for quote putting a stop to this desperate attempt by President Trump to steal public funds. California and eight other states sued to block the transfer of funds. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 KFBK, Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1. Senate Judiciary Committee member.

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01:32 min | 2 months ago

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"We drive if gas powered automobiles are banned in California Electric or hydrogen? What the experts are predicting that's coming your way in 15 minutes. Get a cheque on traffic with Brian Nobles. Good morning, Brian. Good morning, supported by the Roseville Auto Mall, just one roadway hazard. Right now he's down on highway 50 right around the area of Jefferson. Apparently, we have Ah, load strap of some sorts being knocked around the roadways of reporting Last reporting party said it was in the number three lane CH is on the way to move it. Now the biggest factory certified pre owned sales event at the Roseville autumn all continues. 30 years. They have never had a sale like this 17 dealers and 21 brands or offer you the best pricing ever at the Roseville autumn, all driven to be the best traffic on the attend every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. And you were the forecast right now. Brought to you by Sierra Pacific Solar sun shined in by smoke and haze today with highs 83 to 87 in a few clouds around tonight Lows 59 to 63 mostly sunny and very warm tomorrow with highs 92 94 Thank you. Other meteorologists Isaac only news 93.1 kfbk and take a look out the area. Roseville 62 right now in Woodland 55 degrees, which still got 60 in Sacramento at news 93.1 kfbk and hear the stories trending now in the morning news. Two of the country's largest cellphone providers will pay $116 million for overcharging customers for more than 10 years because Jensen Raeder reports prison has agreed to pay 68 million, while a team team.

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04:35 min | 3 months ago

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"Weather has cooperated with fire crews in northern California this morning, firefighters are bracing for more hot, dry weather. KFC CASE Jensen Raeder reports The predicted lightning earlier in the week never struck. However, forecasters are now predicting temperatures going Back up in the region over the coming days and into the weekend, fire officials say cruiser preparing for a marathon battle in the coming weeks in order to contain the fires. At least seven people have died across the state due to the wildfires in about 1400 structures have been destroyed. Sense and Rader News 93.1 kfbk Evacuation warnings have been lifted in Santa Clara County is Cal Fire crews continue to battle the seas. EU lightning complex fires kfbk is Marshall Benson reports. The fires have burned nearly 80,000 acres of land and mostly Santa Cruz in San Mateo counties and sparking on August 16th crews have this easy, you lighting complex at 19% containment, and one death has been confirmed. The place is also destroyed over 300 structures and damaged 32. More evacuation orders are still in effect for parts of San Matteo in Santa Cruz counties. Marshall Benson, who's 93.1 kfbk? The San Francisco 40. Niners will open their season at home on September 13th that Levi Stadium without fans in the stands, they will open against the Arizona Cardinals. The Chargers and L. A Rams will also play in empty stadiums. The Rams air set to open their home schedule against the Dallas Cowboys on September 13th. The Chargers home Slate begin September 20th against the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs Before we roll up the featured audio clip of this hour, just one quick note. We led the newscast, with the pressure being mounted on Ah, particularly Governor Newsome, But other political leaders in California to get businesses reopen, and we featured the story in Plaster County. There's another local county in Northern California, where Ah small business owners showed up at a county meeting. None too happy, very upset dozens of them wanting to speak. They're not happy that this power's been wrested from counties. So we have those audio clip. We have an audio clip from that meeting and you'll hear from those business owners. That's coming your way in about 15 minutes or so. But let's get to the featured audio clip this hour this morning, US Energy Secretary Dan Boulet Says that the recent rolling power outages in California during our heatwave are the result of a failed energy policy designed by California leaders. In short, he says, our state leaders have relied too heavily on solar and wind generated power. And now all of us, he says they're paying the price. When we have the heatwave, especially here's what energy Secretary Berlitz told Bloomberg business. It is our featured auto club. This our California has a long history of getting energy policy wrong. You may recall the blackouts. The brownouts from 2001. You know there was Ah market issue back in that point in time where people were manipulating the market, but they were manipulating it because of the wrong Policies that shares California chose to implement. At that time. We're seeing some of that replay today. What California has decided to do is to move to a 100% renewable energy generation world. The challenge with that is that you know when the wind doesn't blow in the sun doesn't shine yet. People want electricity. It isn't there, so their overall strategy is to borrow electricity or by electricity from the neighbouring states like Arizona and Nevada. The challenge you know with that strategy is that when it's hot in California, sometimes it's all so hot in Arizona, Nevada, and they may choose to keep their baseload power who thought that was a good idea that we'll just do solar and wind and then we really need power will buy it from neighboring states and ball. They're going through a heat wave, too, so they're not going to sell us right? It's Andi and it's full speed ahead on the whole renewable thing. So, you know, you talked about this last week in the program on there's no storage. So you know a three o'clock in the afternoon when the sun shines. It's great at one o'clock in the morning, and it's dark and everybody wants. Ah, some power right? Two men, and they leave it up to the so to try to coordinate all of that. I mean, what a mess. Yeah, I ve Arizona like, he said of Arizona. Nevada are suffering Tio. I don't know where we're going to get it. Well, maybe organ to give us some as the U. S Secretary of Energy says, we have a track record in California. Not really doing this all that. Well, right, right. Power has been an issue and continues to be some, Let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories. On news 93.1 Cave from ABC News. I'm Cheri Westin,.

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06:20 min | 3 months ago

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"Kicked it off last night. Um It was okay the first hour, but it was the second hour I think was stronger, and I don't know if people stuck around for the second hour. I kind of got bored in the first hour and I kind of tuned in later in the second arrow. Oh, this is interesting. They got Bernie talking, and they've got Basic talkin, and they've got Michelle coming up, so I think I'll watch so I wound up watching it. 855295 66 100 Chris in Washington state. Hi, Chris. Come on, Go! First story. Still, Obama came on. I wasn't really watching, but my wife was and we have a little snow Hauser. He started attacking the TV screen like trying to get to her face like For hours. What? Everything snorting. It was funny. I don't know what it was. I'd never seen him do that Reporter. I told one of my birds. But he goes because she's black and I said, Well, our housekeeper is black, and he never does that. You're telling me you got a racist? You've got a racist dog. Your dog is a racist, so he must have way privilege. I guess. I don't know, boy voice. So what? Why did the dog Why would the dog on Lee bark when she came on? You. You got to get a video of that. You got to get a video of that My wife took a video of it. And then I came in to see what was going on. He was videotaping it. I came in and started playing with the DVR. Positive good nuts. Then I would go back before she came on, and he'd go back and lay down on the couch next to my wife and I go past or do it. Didn't come back. He open his eyes and run overs are parking it I would love to hear your dog's explanation. Okay, Chris. Thank you, I guess. Oh, my gosh. That's the way to start off the day with nice. Racist dog story. Allison in California. Hi, Alison. Welcome here on the Tom Sullivan Show. Hi, Tom. Um, I am a conservative, but I forced myself to watch it because I think it's important to stay informed on what those sites are saying. And what struck me was that I found it utterly. Hypocritical. They opened with the national anthem. Um and they, you know Preach to kneel for it and disrespected. So why are they playing? Um and then I think they recited a portion of the Constitution. I came in kind of Late to that, but I don't know why there You know, reciting the constitution when their party is citing with black lives matter and anti antifa, which is Anarchy in which our constitution does not stand for has been the nail in the hypocritical coffin was the prayer. I, you know, I know a lot of Democrats that, um, professor face. But they're the party of abortion and nowhere in Christian or Catholic. Faith is abortion. Okay? And so the first part of it struck me as hypocritical. I think Bernie was interesting because he made a comment that what what were far left ideas or kind of crazy outlandish ideas a year ago are now mainstream, which is true and it's scary. I don't think I wass I was surprised that they that he said that I believe first of all, Bernie believes all that right? I mean, he thinks, you know, free everything for everybody. And I mean, he's a He's a dyed in the wool socialist, so I get him. I'm wondering if somebody tried to curb that and say no, no, no, no, no, Bernie, don't do it. Don't say it. Don't say it, And he said I'm gonna go do it anyway. But I think I think it made people like you and me that are not hanging out on the left side of the aisle. Go 00 cake is the whole idea. And what he was basically saying was Joe Biden comes across like like Grandpa. He's a nice man. He got his sweater and he said by the fired, he won't do anything. He'll just be a place holder until somebody else comes along. And then he then Bernie comes along. Oh, no, no, no, no, He's not going to be like that. We're going to make sure that he does progressive stuff far left progressive stuff. That's what I got out of Bernie. They're not going to let him be, Mr Mittal. And I think I think it's damaging. Does the far left is never going to win a presidential like not not in these times. I mean, they may get a few votes, and they have passionate followers. But all right, I got it Break. But, Alison, thank you good points. Observations. Comments. Racist animals. 855295 66 100 will be right back. News, 93.1 kfbk and kfbk dot com From California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon. It's 12 30. I'm data has with your top stories. California salons are defying state health orders an opening indoors Kappa case. Jensen Raeder reports movement called Open Safe. California is prompting hundreds of salons to reopen operations inside. Going directly against the current state regulations. California is the only state in the nation not allowing salons to operate indoors. The state Board of Barbering and Cosmetology says it will pursue action against their license for salons and barbershops who put public health and safety at risk. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK TEXASGOVERNOR Greg Abbott is threatening the freeze property tax revenue of cities defund police funding the police. Puts residents in danger. And it invites.

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05:59 min | 3 months ago

"jensen raeder" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento County coroner reports. An increase in unexpected deaths for the first half of the year can't be case, Nika McGahee's explains. The Sacramento County coroner revealed that the number of deaths rose by nearly 9% so far in 2020 About half of the deaths investigated in January and February were ruled accidental deaths, including overdoses, The death rate spiked more than 21% in April. Nika mogul Hiss News to 93 point 1/2 became a private school in Fresno is defying state orders and holding on campus instruction. KFBK is Jensen Raeder reports that the county is now ordering them to clover has no county has issued a health mandate ordering Emanuel schools to shut down, stating that they can only fully reopened. Since the county is removed from the States Corona virus monitoring list. Failure to comply can result in a $1000 fine for each day that they remain open. The school has about 600 students that attend kindergarten through high school that have been attending classes on campus. Jensen Raider News, 93.1 KFBK Butte County voting officials expect a smooth mail in election Kate because Mike Baka has that story. County clerk Recorder Candice Grubb says Despite the national narrative of mail in voting chaos in November, she feels confident in Butte counties process Returning is easy one You vote your ballot. Put it back in the envelope. You sign your envelope, and it takes no postage. Butte County voters will get a postage paid envelope in their voting packet. If you're one of those people that like to hang on to their ballot until Right before Election Day. Maybe then you should drop it any ballot drop off box or you can drop it off at any Votre assistance Center. The addresses for these voting assistant centers will be in the voting packets. Mike Baka News, 93.1 KFBK. It has been 75 years since the Japanese government agreed to accept the Allied terms of surrender in World War two. The date August 14th. 1945 President Truman issued a statement shortly after seven o'clock eastern time to a room full of reporters inside the White House announcing Japan's decision. Here's a clip of a B C's radio coverage from that date. We interrupt this program to bring you a special bulletin from the International news Service. The war ends a special bulletin I repeat from the International news Service. The war ends victory over Japan Day or VJ Day would officially be celebrated in the U. S on August 15th. Although Japan's formal surrender wasn't officially signed until September 2nd, 1945 So my dad was alive during that era when when that happened, and he told me is Tory's When I when I was much younger about that day, and how he will never forget that day bells at churches were ringing for hours and hours when the announcement came that the war had ended. I mean, there was this this level of celebration in relief, he said, unlike he has ever experienced in his entire life in any society. A picture that always comes to my mind is that picture and you've seen it. It's an iconic picture of the soldier that has the woman kind of dipped down. He's kissing her in the streets, and they didn't know each other. As I understand They were strangers. Yeah, yeah, It's a great It's a great story, but that's the picture. I was think of. Okay, this is really quite the audio clip. We haven't had one like this in quite some time in the program. In our featured audio clip this hour. We have an example of incredible police work being done in one local community. You are about to hear an audio clip from the body camera, which was worn by Lodi police officer Erica Aurea. She drove up to the train tracks on Lodi Avenue and saw a 66 year old man in a wheelchair, his back to the train crossing arms going down. So you really jumps out of her patrol vehicle, the train speeding toward the man. She pulls him from the wheelchair to the ground. The train barrels toward the man narrowly missing him crashing into his wheelchair. Now, this is the audio again from her body camera as it happened. And as this audio appeared, or was, it does appear on the Fox 40 news website with Belle second checks to get up. Get up. I need an ambulance now and if you can envision and imagine in your mind, the this man's body had been pulled to the side of the train tracks. And the train comes barreling by now. He suffered a leg injury and was hospitalized. Unbelievable video, though, that that officers hero Name's Erika area. I'd love to hear from her. I know I'm sure someone's going to grab, you know, trying to interview and I hope the Lodi police, you know, say, Yeah. Come on over an interviewer. You know, we made that are featured audio clip for a lot of reasons. And one of them has to do obviously with what a great deed. This was on her part, but also because you know, at a time when we are just inundated with images and messages about how bad police are And the fact of the matter is, is that most of them a large percentage of them of George, either by over 90% are doing great work. Public service. They are right. And you know these are the kinds of things every once in a while they do come to light and it's a good reminder for all of us. We're glad. Glad. Glad to play. Glad to hear it and glad that man is okay. My goodness. All right, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories Now on news, 93.1 KFBK from.

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02:15 min | 3 months ago

"jensen raeder" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This morning, the Sacramento County coroner reports an increase in the number of unexpected deaths for the first half of the year. KPK Sneak, a mogul has explained. The Sacramento County coroner revealed that the number of deaths rose by nearly 9% so far in 2020. About half of the deaths investigated in January and February were ruled accidental deaths. Including overdoses, The death rate spiked more than 21% in April. Nika mogul Hiss news to 93.1 kfbk. Also in the news this morning, a private school in Fresno is defying state orders and holding on campus instruction. KP CASE Jensen Raeder reports The county is now ordering them to close. Fresno County has issued a health mandate ordering Emanuel schools to shut down, stating that they can only fully reopened once the county is removed from the States Corona virus monitoring list. Failure to comply can result in a $1000 fine for each day that they remain open. The school has about 600 students that attend kindergarten through high school that have been attending classes on campus. Jensen Raider News, 93.1 KFBK Butte County voting officials expect a smooth mail in election KFBK is Mike Baka has the story county clerk recorder Candice Scrub says Despite the national narrative of mail in voting chaos in November, she feels confident in Butte counties process Returning is easy one You vote your ballot. Put it back in the envelope. You sign your envelope, and it takes no postage. Butte County voters will get a postage paid envelope in their voting packet. If you're one of those people that like to hang onto their ballot until Right before Election Day. Maybe then you should drop it any ballot drop off box or you can drop it off at any Votre assistance Center. The addresses for these voting assistant centers will be in the voting packets. Mike Baka News, 93.1 KFBK. It has been 75 years since the Japanese government agreed to accept the Allied terms of surrender in World War two. The date August 14th 1945 President Trump issued a state President Truman, I should say, issued the statement.

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02:12 min | 3 months ago

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"Tahoe, 71 degrees in Yuba City, not of the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. Very interesting op ed article from Willie Brown, one of California's leading Democrats, He you know, some consider him the most powerful voice among Democrats in California. He is advising Senator Kamala Harris to not accept the vice president job or its place on the ticket if it is offered to her. By Joe Biden. Kate McKay's Jensen Raeder reports as speaker of the State Assembly Willie Brown World the Lower house with an iron hand for 15 years in the air before term limits and later became the First African American mayor of San Francisco. In a column in the San Francisco Chronicle, Brown argues that Harris would be more independent and get more done as attorney general in a potential Joe Biden presidential administration. Before being elected to the Senate, Harris served as district attorney of San Francisco and as attorney general of California. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. Also this morning. California is being warned about suspicious unemployment insurance claims KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl has more. The CDC says it is cooperating with federal authorities and investigating possible bogus claims involving identity theft. The department reminds the public that it does not charge for its services, nor does it make unsolicited enquiries. Thie is warning about fake websites and social media pages that mimic Genuine government sites. More than 30 million Americans are out of work due to the Corona virus pandemic that was KPK correspondent Lesley Bowl. Businesses that do not comply with state covert guidelines will now face fines in Chico, Calif. The case Mike Baka reports by a 5 to 2 vote, the Chica City Council last week voted to find businesses that do not abide by state regulations for safe operation during the pandemic. Chico City manager Mark Orm says the ruling will serve as a framework for future cove in 19 enhancement measures. Councilman Shawn Morgan was boisterous in his opposition, and if we get into that we're going to shut you down business. The very people were asking to enforce those rules. On to and including the city.

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02:25 min | 4 months ago

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"The I Heart radio ad or wherever you listen to podcasts, Traffic on the tent every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news, 93.1 Kfbk. Lots of sunshine again today with a high of 91 to 95 clear starlit sky tonight with a little 59 to 63 or sunshine tomorrow on Wednesday with the high tomorrow of 92 94 on Wednesdays I 91 to 95. Mac, you other meteorologist Joe Lundberg News, 93.1 Kfbk. And Right now it's 59 degrees at McClellan in Davis. Also 59 degrees same thing in downtown Sacramento and stories now trending On the case became morning news this morning. Leaders of the Sacramento Black Lives matter chapter are now calling for the city manager of Sacramento to be fired and as kfbk sneak a mega, his reports today they plan to protest near his house. Protest, scheduled for Wednesday, is expected to consist of a dyin much like the protest that was held in front of Mayor Darryl Steinberg's home over the death of George Floyd. Sacramento. BLM organizer's are calling for the removal of city manager Howard Chan for taking no action and face of police brutality. Nick a mega hit snooze 93.1. KFBK trader Joe's is responding to calls to stop labeling its international food products with ethnic sounding names came because Jensen Raeder reports trader Joe's actually is going to repackage some of their products. In the latest move to rename the international products. Over 2000 people have signed an online petition urging the company to change the name of products labeled as Chatur Ming's trader, Jose or traded Giotto's. The petition says the labels perpetrate harmful stereotypes. A trader Joe's spokeswoman says the packaging for a nun Uber of products has already been changed, and the company will soon complete the work. Jensen Raider News, 93.1 Kfbk Blaster County's health officer asking employees to stop requiring negative cove in 19 tests for workers who were coming back from Corona virus recovery, saying it's unnecessary and a waste of limited resource is, she says, as long as an employee who has had the virus is healthy. And has quarantined for the proper amount of time. It is safe for them to return to work. Meantime, through the end of July, YOLO County's public health officer says that they're going to be offering free Corona virus testing for residents on a first come, first served basis. Gave the case Angelica Obi Johan has the details will be conducted at a Woodland community and senior center on July 22nd Club West on the 28th. Now the Davis senior centre.

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05:57 min | 5 months ago

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"Of 95 to 99. A man killed with a meteorologist Joe Lundberg News, 93.1 Kfbk currently 63 degrees in Sacramento. With stories now trending on the KFBK Morning News. The fourth of July weekend has been altered dramatically in the past 24 hours, Scores of businesses will be shut down. Alcohol. We banned on parts of the American River from Friday until Sunday from he's 11 Udawatte Avenue in Sacramento. And parking fees will also be increased over the weekend for more on changes in Lake Tahoe. Here's KFBK sneaking. The guy's parade and fireworks show for the Fourth of July are canceled, but officials still expect the basin to be packed. Some changes include alcohol bands in certain areas and the closure of the visitor center and some public restrooms. The U. S Forest Service reminds visitors to wear masks. Practice social distancing and leave the fireworks at home. Nick a. Magus News, 93.1 became a new survey by the American Hotel and Lodging Association shows a big drop in travel plans this upcoming weekend. Mike tested with visit, Sacramento says hotel and lodging occupancy has dropped by 90% in California since the pandemic began. That's interacting obviously hotels but the surrounding businesses as well, so you know that the impact has been significant, Chester says. In state and local travel still being encouraged. I don't think you need to leave your city to get a break in to take a vacation. Obviously, we've been talking a lot about staycations in this market, the survey found. Only 44% of Americans are planning an overnight vacation or leisure travel in 2020 when usually about 70% take a vacation in any given year to Sacramento City Council members had their homes vandalized with red paint and targeted with fireworks. There's Councilman Jae shin ear from the Curtis Park, an old Park neighborhood and north to Thomas Councilwoman Angelique Ashby. In early June, the statue of John Sutter outside Center Memorial in downtown Sacramento was doused with red paint. Before that statue was eventually removed. California has sent out millions in Corona virus aid to thousands of undocumented workers. Kfbk is Jensen Raeder reports, state officials announced. California has approved over 100,000 applications as part of the disaster relief fund, announced by Governor Newsome back in April. So far, the program has distributed over $40 million of the $125 million fund Tuesday was the deadline to apply for a one time payment of $500 per person, or $1500 per household. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK this morning There is word that the world's richest man continues to boost his fortune. KPK correspondent Dean Nuccio has more A Bloomberg Billionaires Index put Jeff Bezos net worth at $171 billion on Wednesday that beats his previous high mark of 168 billion. Back in 2018. The Amazon founder has pulled in over $56 billion This year. Alone increase comes despite Bezos, giving up 1/4 of his stake in the e commerce giant to his ex wife, McKenzie after their divorce last year. The mutual NBC News radio. Mark Cuban TV personality owner of the Dallas Mavericks, appeared on the view to discuss why he believes there's been such a rapid spike in covert 19 cases in his state of Texas. It is our featured audio clip this hour wasn't so much that it was open too quickly. It was one that there were no protocols in place for businesses when they open to keep their employees and customers safe. You know, it was just have as their business has got to do what they thought was the right way to approach it and number two. Nobody was adamant about mass of any other type of protocols or for all of our citizens, and so in order for us to get back on track and keep ourselves safe. Look, I think there's going to be a vaccine before the end of the year. The science geek of me when I read tells me that But at the same time we have to pretend as if that's not gonna happen, And so we really have to step up our enforcement mass. It doesn't matter if it's own shopping in the mall. It doesn't matter if it's a protest. It doesn't matter if it's a church service. Our Cuban, another non public health official who has become an expert on over, you know, I mean, what has happened in this country, Bill Gates, who didn't go to medical school. And and on. The media just runs the bill Gates because he knows about these things, right? Well, you know, he's doing all those vaccine. He's in funding the vaccine. Well, yeah, he's investing heavily in vaccine, and that's that's his. That's his part of the game. Well, I mean, it is interesting and that I think it could belie a vacuum. You know, maybe it's because we have a vacuum of want, But why do we go to people like Mark Cuban? I asked him about covert 19. He's a basketball team owner, right? Who thought about running for president who's on a CNBC business show. Doesn't it seem a little absurd lie just because he knows business I know doesn't mean health on guess the view did go to him to ask him his opinion on this. Hey, makes a good point about standardized, you know, protocols being in place, but again, I think the reason why people like him are asked about their opinion on these things. Is because perhaps there's a vacuum of P of actual people saying these are the protocols that have to be in place and have to be done, right. And to whom do and do. Who do we trust me? Do you trust Fauci? Because there are those who don't and there are those who don't trust the CDC, which is, you know a shame. They've been the premier health agency around the world for I mean, who goes to the CDC for help, right? Top national stories. News 93.1 Can't BE from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard this morning. The Labor Department reporting the US economy added 4.8 million new jobs in June. President Trump this.

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03:52 min | 5 months ago

"jensen raeder" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"59 degrees in Eldorado Hills, 39 degrees in South Lake Tahoe, 57 in Sacramento. With stories now trending on the KFBK Morning News, the fourth of July weekend has been altered dramatically over the past 24 hours. In California, scores of businesses will be shut down. Alcohol will be banned on parts of the American River from Friday Until Sunday in Sacramento from Hazel Avenue, the Watt Avenue parking fees will be increased over the weekend and firm or on changes in Lake Tahoe. Here's kfbk sneak among guys. Lake Tahoe officials are making changes to mitigate the spread of the Corona virus ahead of the holiday weekend. The parade and fireworks show for the Fourth of July are canceled, but officials still expect the basin to be packed. Some changes include alcohol bands in certain areas. And the closure of the visitor center and some public restrooms. The U. S Forest Service reminds visitors to wear masks, practice social distancing and leave the fireworks at home. Nick a. Magus News, 93.1 can begin. A new survey by the American Hotel and Lodging Association shows a big drop in travel plans this upcoming weekend. Mike Testa, with visit Sacramento, says hotel and lodging occupancy has dropped by 90% in California since the pandemic began interacting Obviously the hotels but put the surrounding businesses as well. So, um, you know that the impact has been significant, Testes says in state and local travel is still being encouraged. I don't think you need to leave your city T get a break in to take a vacation. Obviously, we've been talking a lot about Staycations in this market. The survey found that only 44% of Americans are planning an overnight vacation or leisure travel in 2020 when usually about 70% take a vacation in any given year. Amount of City Council members had their homes vandalized with red paint, and they were targeted with fireworks there. Councilman Jason Ear from the Curtis Park in Oak Park neighborhoods, and Northman, Thomas. Councilwoman Anjali Cash In early June, The statue of John Sutter outside Sutter Memorial in downtown Sacramento was doused with red paint. This that you was eventually removed coming up in about the next 15 minutes. We're going to hear from Jason ear in his words, what he experienced and how concerned are they about being targeted? That's coming up just a little bit later on In this half hour, California has sent out million's in Corona virus aid to thousands of undocumented workers. Caffee Kay's Jensen, Raeder reports. Did, officials announced. California has approved over 100,000 applications as part of the disaster relief fund announced by Governor Newsome back in April. So far, the program has distributed over $40 million of the $125 million fund. Tuesday was the deadline to apply for a one time payment of $500 per person, or $1500 per household. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK So it was about this time yesterday, Cristina that they started kicking him out of Capitol Hill in Seattle. So they cleared it out. They went in at 5 a.m. Yesterday said, You have eight minutes, all of you out, and they made 13 arrests in the 1st 2 hours. It is the topic of our featured audio clip this hour, and we're going to broaden this out, not only for this hour, but we're next door at 705 and we'll explain that in just a second, but police in Seattle have cleared the protestors out of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. That they had taken over and they had occupied. Police moved in. It was five o'clock yesterday morning, They told the protesters have to leave immediately. And then they took control of the city streets to protesters who were kicked out make up our featured audio clip this hour. Now here's what they told a Reuters news crew. She's trying to find out what he's trying to find a phone. Have a child and I hate the gob. Why don't.

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