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02:51 min | 1 year ago

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"The KFB K afternoon news with kitty O'Neil on news ninety three point one AM PK, and it's for forty eight K K. We do have a special announcement. We've got a thunderstorm that is going to affect a central me county. So let's get more. Here. For the following County, California. Sacrimento. Storm warning four zero. Northern California until. Four thirty three PM. Earphone store was located. Our? Miles per hour. Hail. Source indicated. Damage to expect. Fighting. Include. Joining. Buildings. Store. Chillers. Remember? Rental rainfall. Funny. Following. Breaking news, first with news, three point one on fifteen thirty AM and your radio app. Apparently, that was a severe thunderstorm warning for Sierra county near Downey Ville, but we've also got a strong thunderstorm warning kitty four twelve county central county. Yes, we're looking at that eight miles east of calaveras, big trees, S P. And it's gonna move south Windsor next forty miles per hour. Dime sized hail possible with this storm. Yeah. So, you.

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12:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Newsradio KFB k the following is a paid program the views and opinions expressed are solely those of the hosts and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff management and parent company of KFB K. Welcome to assets and agent affording the future get out a pencil and paper you're gonna wanna pencil and paper if you're driving don't get out of pencil and paper, otherwise get out a pencil and paper because I'm gonna talk about probably one issue for most of the time. It's a growing issue. I've talked about it a little bit in the past. But it's getting worse and worse. And seniors are getting hammered with this. So you will wanna listen, and you're going to want to write some stuff down because it's going to happen to you. And it doesn't have anything to do with nursing homes in the beginning. We'll talk more about that in a little bit. Glad to have you with us. My name is Bob Scrivano. I'm your beloved host here for twenty years on K. Thanks so much for joining me. California single best source and you'll find that out again today because all guarantee you nobody is talking about this. I've talked about it before over the last couple of years today. I I'm gonna bring some urgency to it. And I just want to thank you for listening. And again, get a pencil and paper wake up slaps a makeup on or whatever you have to do some old spice, but listen with your brain for the next forty five minutes or so. My name's Bob Scrivano. Remember, I'm not an attorney don't break slot. Give legal advice, if you want legal advice, you should talk to an attorney preferably wanna knows what they're talking about. And I have a California insurance license. The legal documents is the licensed record in Sacramento county, which allows me to prepare legal documents at your direction and request and everything I talk about here's my opinion, only and should never be taken never ever ever ever be taken as any form of legal tax or financial advice. It's my opinion only. I really wanted a thank you. And you know, this this section of the show is sponsored by ages of Carmichael. Ages is. I think my own opinion the best assisted living facility in town. Talk to Stephanie. At ages. You can Google them. Look them up. They're not very far from American river college in Carmichael to give you some idea of who they are. But. As far as I'm concerned the best assisted living in town. They help people. They do the best they can with families they provide. I think an an lots of other people think the single best place in town for assisted living. So if you're if you're looking for the finest, then ages A E G I S ages of Carmichael is your place called Stephanie over there. I don't have their phone number in front of me is is my problem, but you can Google it. You can look it up on your phone ages of Carmichael call Stephanie if you or your family are looking for the best assisted living known to man there in my best of everything list along with other people that I'll talk later about. But not today. I wanna talk today about something that you may have heard of. But I'll guarantee you, you don't know understand not because you're stupid. But because you can't know this or understand this. I spent two hours today preparing for this show, just reviewing and rereading material. To make sure you know, I kind of know how all works. But it's so important. In fact, I'm going to be doing a workshop I have a workshop coming up on the ninth which is one of my regular workshops. I will talk about this briefly. But I'm going to be doing a workshop coming up soon. It will not be free. It will cost money to come. And the only subject will be the subject. I'm gonna talk about today because this is costing seniors millions of dollars, and they don't even know how it works. It's hard to know how it works. It's a part of ObamaCare doll. I'm not this got nothing to do with ObamaCare. I'm just telling you goes back that far and it changed Medicare rules. Your awful. With the ObamaCare. The the, you know, the the what were they called? I can't bear the the places you could buy insurance. The what did they call them? I can't remember I've drawn a blank. Health insurance? Everybody gets health insurance medical this has the exchanges. This has nothing to do with that. It's a little known provision in the law that affects Medicare Medicare is the major health insurance for everybody sixty five or over when you on social security, generally speaking, you go on Medicare, and you go buy Medicare supplement what I'm gonna talk about today. Also impacts your Medicare supplement. And and and there's two words I want you to memorize. I want you to put him on a piece of paper and stick them on the wall next to wherever you live on next year desk wherever you to the radio wherever it is to the dashboard of your car. And and the two words are this observation and admission? There's actually a federal lawsuit over this whole issue. Not getting you. There's actually a federal lawsuit. And I'll tell you more about that a little later on. But you're going to what I'll give you the name lawsuit right now. Pardon me, it's in federal court, and it's called Alexander versus price Alexander v price. And it's a Chinese be establishes the class action lawsuit and it suing Medicare which is suing the federal government, and it has to do with admission versus observation. I have been reading I've known about this for a long time. And I've been gathering information. I shared a lot of it with a elderlaw Turney this week a couple elder law attorneys this week because all of us agree. It is becoming a major problem. I run into it. Now every week the elderlaw tourneys that I know that are good at their job run into this every week sometimes two or three times a week. And it's becoming a huge issue. Okay. You got your pencil and paper ready. One of the things you need to know is something called the center for Medicare advocacy, and and I'm going to probably pull it out a newsletter on this. So if you're on my newsletter list, you'll get some of this, and I will be talking in detail about this at an upcoming workshop, not my normal workshop next normal workshop is the ninth already have people signed up. I will be addressing this. In a minimal way. But I'm going to do a major workshop probably two or three of them in one day. They will be one hour in length, and you they will not be free because we're going to work on this really hard. And this is something that every senior and every family and anybody who ever going to go to a hospital. Forget nursing homes to a hospital. If you're over the age of sixty five and you're on Medicare. You're going to really want to pay attention to what I say. I mean, really really really really really, okay. So let me give you some background. I have a whole bunch of notes in front of me. I just spent two hours locked in a corner trying to prepare for this a lot of times, folks. I just by the way, I have three other articles. I want to talk about today that I probably will get to those are going to be my radio show. And I just decided I was going to bite off more than I could chew here. And I wanted to talk about this because this is something that's hard to talk about. In the few minutes that we have together when you're not really sitting in front of me, and we can't interact and you can't ask questions, but let's let's give a scenario, and I've talked about it briefly. And to some degree. There's nothing you can do about this. I'm gonna give you what when you come to my workshop, I'm gonna give you how you can you can appeal stuff how you can get involved how you can petition congress for a Bill that has been in congress been reintroduced four times to correct this four times it's been introduced in congress and can't get through. It can't even get out of a committee. And we'll talk about that. And I'll talk about you maybe trying to actually call Representative or call your local Senator good luck with that. They're all involved in other. There's really important stuff happening in the world, folks. And we're worried about stuff other stuff. I don't wanna get into that. But this is really important stuff, and it impacts literally every senior in United States, not just California in the United States. You go to the hospital. You're over sixty five years old what for whatever the reason you've had a heart attack. You had a stroke. You fell and broke your hip, grandma broker ankle. I don't know what it was. I was at a place the other day, and I watched a guy come in who couldn't work, and he literally couldn't walk any literally couldn't get into a chair, and he literally couldn't get out of the chair and getting out of the chair. He almost fell three times. And all I could think about was this is going to be a ride to the hospital. So you're in the hospital, you're sixty five years older older. Maybe your children are there. They don't know anything about this. And you go into the hospital. And when you're checked into the hospital, you are almost always checked in under observation so in the emergency room. Pardon me. You're almost always under observation wasn't a night. The damn recording. This it's sunny out isn't a nice to have the sunshine. I'm just it's like amazing. So while you're in the emergency room, you're under observation which means even though you're in the hospital, and this is really an important thing to grasp. You're an outpatient. Bob. I don't understand that I'm in the emergency room. I know, but you're an outpatient, but I'm in the emergency room. But you're treated as an outpatient. You're there initially under observation which means you're an outpatient remember observation has nothing to do with your level of medical care. I don't care if you've got twelve thousand tubes hooked up to an EKG monitor.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Next report. Eight ten on NewsRadio KFB K. Rainfall will stay steady and consistent as we head into your Tuesday. So be prepared for more rain and that could turn heavy at times especially by late afternoon today. It's also can be a little bit windy outside with a southerly winds. Ten to twenty gust up to over forty miles per hour. Tasty R E three meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio. KFC K right now in Davis. We have fifty one degrees. It's forty nine in Eldorado hills and fifty one in Sacramento at NewsRadio of k. Yes. More wet and windy weather is expected for Sacramento today and tomorrow flood watch is set to take effect for the Sacramento valley today through Thursday morning, Adamas Delvae from the national weather service says we currently have a flood watch in effect. For most of interior northern California through Thursday morning. This due to the potentials moderate to heavy rains. I will continue to impact the area particularly tonight physically to urban and small stream flooding winds have also picked up we have a wind advisory in effect until noon Wednesday for expecting southerly wind around fifteen to thirty miles per hour. That's up to fifty miles per hour. The national weather service says to check for alternate routes and road conditions before travelling I'm thinking McGaw his for NewsRadio KFB Kay. Well, this week's rainy windy weather is a good example of why Sacramento county is removing dozens of trees along the American river, many of those large trees have died or their dying and gusty winds and rain saturated ground make for a dangerous combination..

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

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"It can be done online or during business hours in person at disaster centers theme is Ken Higginbotham says in the months since the campfire and Butte county and the fires in southern California. People have been signing up in large numbers little over twenty seven thousand people have registered and about four thousand of those of register just in the past couple of days is the deadline draws near one thing. Fema doesn't know is how many people are eligible for assistance, but not yet registered. We have no clear gauge on that. And once again the deadline to register is this Friday night at eleven fifty nine George Sampson. Newsradio KFB FEMA is dealing with the loss of an administrator Brock long has resigned. Reports say his departure was discussed at the White House. This morning long was in charge of the federal. The government's response to some high level disasters since taking over the agency in June of two thousand seventeen House Democrats say they will soon investigate the agency's response to hurricane Maria impact on Puerto Rico, environmentalists are more open to governor Gavin Newsom single tunnel proposal, but they say it's still not the best option. Governor Newsom announced the single tunnel proposal during a state of the state yesterday Barbara baragan Perea with restore the delta longtime opponents of the twin tunnels project says instead of tunnels they need to reinvest in the existing pumping structure under the tunnel plan. There's really no investment there to fortify pumping plant four climate change. And that's going to have to be done, and it will have to be done, even if there were a single tunnel. The group is aiming for lasting sustainability as a better way to operate. The delta cross-channel with a bubble curtains and other more real time state of the art technologies. So that we can get water to people who need it while protecting fisheries if the single tunnel proposal goes through environmental. Will need to conduct new review Casimiro hall, NewsRadio K if a team of law enforcement officers and other agencies visited Sacramento's largest homeless encampment today to help the people living there get resources to relocate Sacramento. Sheriff sergeant Sean Hampton says the time will come that. Everyone will have to lead the stock and bombard locked. But that was not the point of today's. Visit lose them along today. We're not here to kick them off the property. We're here to do. This is compassionately as possible volunteers with homeless assistance organizations asked residents of the privately owned watt. If they want or need services Hampton says a main goal of the day was to try to help people get off the street and into housing, California. Lawmakers calling for an audit of Sacramento city unified school district is the threat of a state takeover looms in the distance the school district announced last year. It had a thirty five million dollar budget shortfall in would be out of funds in November. If drastic cuts were not made assemblyman Kevin McCarty says he wants deep dive into the schools pass spending to prevent that from happening again. How to cash on the verge of insolvency? But we don't know as how we got here. Kind of like a forensic auditor an autopsy after the fact so when I'm looking for is looking at going back with our state auditor, let's say up to five years. Mccartney says he hopes the district can avoid being taken over by the state. If approved the state audit would take about six months to complete or groundbreaking textbook on LGBTQ. Studies is the work of a San Francisco professor City College of San Francisco's Ardell halfway Thomas says introduction to transgender. Studies is the country's first textbook on the subject. The book is written in a conversational tone and features firsthand accounts of what it's like to be gender. Non conforming. There are also Q and A segments to engage students halfway Thomas the city colleges. LBJ GT department chair and has been active in San Francisco's queer community for over thirty two years 507 getting a check for traffic troublespot now from Dana has southbound ninety nine fruit ridge road off ramp. We had an earlier accident there. And it's been cleared, but traffic has not it.

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11:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Every day. Newsradio KFB K. I just saw a headline on FOX. Might be a it might actually be a Washington Post headline because they didn't have a graphic of the Washington Post up there. It's about Elizabeth Warren folks, this is a smorgasbord of democrat leftist implosion that has been happening now for all all of this week. And it's gonna continue throw in the middle of this, this brilliant, Trump state of the union speech. You know, what one of the greatest things I'm sorry to keep hopscotching here. But I say something and the synopses in my phenomenal brain fire, and I think of something else. I continue to think about how it characterize the the Trump state of the union speech. One of the great things that it did. And there were many fantastic great things in it. But the president literally took the time to properly define make America. Great again and explain to a nationwide audience. Exactly what it is. And it's nothing more than everybody devoted to. If they wish to be greatness and excellence, the left has succeeded and the media has succeeded in characterizing make America great again as a bunch of white. Hey, seen Hicks worried that they're losing their country and wanting to take it over again. Hey, Siri stop. And so my home pod fired up there for some reason. So he redefined it properly for the nation in a nonthreatening way in ways, the media has been attempting to mischaracterize it in the midst of all of that the Democrats are imploding and half of them. Don't even know that. That's what's happening. Elizabeth Warren, the headline Elizabeth Warren struggles with questions of identity. Struggles with questions of identity mean like she doesn't know what she is. That's not what Elizabeth Warren is struggling with. Elizabeth Warren is struggling with the fact she got caught lying about being Indian one one thousand twenty four th Indian. In order to get hired. At or in order admitted into various state bar association. So she could practice law as she got caught lying. This woman FOCA hottest I'm telling you does not have both feet in reality. And I think she is emblematic. Of a lot of people on the left who have to construct false identities based on minority status. Based on privilege themselves, but she is running around literally trying to cover up lies that she has been telling for years and the latest attempt at covering. Stories that my brothers and me and my sisters, and my cousins, and my my my my Indian remedy Bloomberg told with I don't know these I was just I was told it's growing up died high cheek wants told anything of the sort all of this is manufactured. She was trying to curry favor as a leftist with a bunch of other minorities in a phony attempt to make them think that she was one of them, and she's been caught she's not struggling with questions of identity. She's struggling with questions of authenticity and honesty, and maybe even reality back to the audio soundbites. This is Jeffrey Toobin at CNN trying to calm everybody down over the potential disaster in Virginia. I think the process is probably going to slow down a little I mean, I think none of these three public officials are going to leave immediately, and you know. I think maybe counting on the fact that our attention. We are the ultimate short attention span. Children, you know, those of us in the news media, and they may be counting on the fact that the circus will move on. And they can hang in there. Stop. And think of what we're just hearing here. This guy is the circus. And he's saying that Ralph now them and his buddy. In the democrat party in Virginia are counting on the circuit packing up and leaving town losing interest. He is the circus. He's speaking about his own industry that he's a part of his though, he stands outside it. You talk about struggling with questions of identity. Can you imagine Walter Cronkite saying, well, I think the process is probably going to slow down. None of these three public officials gonna leave immediately. I think I think they may be counting on the fact that I and my colleagues Eric several I here at CBS news. We're gonna lose interest, and we're going to cover this. And of course, we're just children, you know, here at CBS we have no attention span whatsoever. And we're just we're we're we're we're we're going to move on to something else soon as some Republicans steps, and we're going to be off on that. And that's what these guys are counting on. And so I think everybody ought to companies and basically saying that the news media is hanging back doing everything it can to let something else take this spotlight. Now contrast this with the attention span they had on getting rid of Brad Kavanagh. They didn't they didn't slack off. They didn't lose interest. I mean, this Ralph northern things basically been what just a week. And here's C N N's already talking about, you know, they're counting on us losing interest. And turbans, basically assure. Yeah. At some point we at C N N will lose interest. What he doesn't say as we're just waiting for Trump to say something we're waiting for some Republican to do something we can then start moving over in covering that and destroy them. And give these other guys a little break from all this attention because we really don't want. Ralph Nov them gonna we don't want Justin. Fairfax. We don't want any democrat gone ever. I don't know. They are every faction every every aspect of the American left today. Something has happened. And they're all dropping the camouflage in the mask, and they are all letting everybody see them as they are be at the millennials and the green new deal or Ralph none of them and the New York state legislature and post birth abortion. Or black face. Being obsessed with dressing up is black people and then making fun of them. Democrats. Which is perfectly and character. All of this stuff is coming out. Now, here's the news media letting it be known that they're hoping for anything to happen. So they don't have to cover it anymore. Jeffrey Toobin praying praying that something's going to happen. The 'cause the circus the media to move on down the road the drive bys rather than push this here James Clyburn from the Congressional Black Caucasians not to be confused with the Congressional Black Israelites and he was on Cavuto yesterday. Fox News channel Cavuto said Clyburn is by the way, democrat, South Carolina. If it ended up with a Republican taking over the state house in Virginia. How would you feel about that and the rest of your buddies here at the Congressional Black Caucasians? I would not feel good about that. My goodness. I would not feel good about governor having to leave the office. But I think it is something that he's doing before the policy, and I would not feel good. If Justin Fairfax were not given due process as it relates to the charges or the allegations. Regarding here. So I'm not gonna feel good about any of this due process. Do what's due process? What happened to every woman has to be believed? What happened to every woman making this charge is automatically right? What happened to the guy is guilty and has to go. What happened to this mass paranoia and attack on Cavanaugh that has now become well, Justin fashion going to have to be extended due process. I think the governor oughta go to go to the party, but I'm not so sure that Justin. Fairfax oughta hang in due process due process. There is an educated African American woman from Stanford who says this guy brutalized her. And the Congressional Black Caucasians and the rest of the democrat party are talking about due process. Now, don't misunderstand. I'm all for due process. I don't wanna be missing. I'm pointing out the hypocrisy of these people see when it's when it's one of their people that's in the crosshairs. Guess what matters the law the rule of law? Gotta have evidence gotta have incontrovertible evidence that stuff that gets thrown out when it's a Republican. There is no due process. The woman's always right? Whether she is writer, in fact, there doesn't even have to be an episode. The Democrats will get together and create a phony sexual assault episode like what they did with Cavanaugh and L involve Dianne Feinstein and her her her staff on the committee now coordinate, it would ballsy Ford and her lawyers and so forth. Create this massive event that didn't happen and then act righteously offended end indignant and suggest Kevin Moore is unfit and he's got even though their head shred of evidence ever at any confirmation. Hearing cabinet ever did anything of the sort. And then here comes an actual believable allegation with a woman who is not going away and doesn't sound like a ten year old when she speaks as did balti- Ford, and they Congressional Black Caucasians talking about due process guy, get rid of northern. He's a white guy. We get rid of him. That's not a big deal. But we're not losing Fairfax. We're not gonna cut him loose as a Congressional Black Caucasian. I've sorry, folks. I love this. I know we've been here before we've been here. Democrats have imploded made fools of themselves like this, and sadly, not as many people as we think noticed, but it doesn't mean we're not going to sit here and try to make them notice. Gotta take another brief time out. We'll come back. I got a guy in Clifton Virginia wants to weigh in on this. And we'll do that right after this obscene profit timeout..

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Bridge. If this sounds familiar, it's because it's the same bridge got stuck in the up position several times during the summer this time Cal trans crews need to install links to the chain uses a counterweight to raise and lower the drawbridge Cal trans spokesman Dennis Keaton tells us the fifty nine year old bridges, a key delta transportation routes, well, traveled a state route twelve connects I five all the way through the delta eighty is a well-traveled while the bridge will be close to traffic this Sunday night from nine pm until five AM Monday morning and again, Monday night from nine pm until five on Tuesday morning. Cal trans suggest state route one thirteen and interstate eighty has an alternate route for Sacramento county. Motorists George Sampson, NewsRadio KFB, California, just extended the lease for Chico's Red Cross shelter, which still houses about two hundred campfire survivors who are struggling to get back on their feet. Joe Avalon told our news partners at Casey a three that he is still answering questions about the fire, and what he's gonna do next lost everything like most people did you grieve? And you wonder where you're gonna go instead of closing as planned yesterday. The fifty people inside the shelter and more than one hundred people who are camped out in the parking lot can stay for now case workers finding it difficult to place survivors in more permanent housing during the state's housing crisis. A financial services companies downgrading credit rating for the cash-strapped Sacramento city in fide school district. The second obese says this comes after the district's admitted financial crisis saying it'll run out.

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04:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Cal trans suggest state route one thirteen and interstate eighty has an alternate route for Sacramento county. Motorists George Sampson, NewsRadio KFB, California, just extended the lease for Chico's Red Cross shelter, which still houses about two hundred campfire survivors who are struggling to get back on their feet. Joey. Avalon told our news partners at K C R A three that he is still answering questions about the fire, and what he's gonna do next lost everything like most people did you and you wonder where you're gonna go instead of closing as planned yesterday. The fifty people inside the shelter and more than one hundred people who are camped out in the parking lot can stay for now case workers finding it difficult to place survivors in more permanent housing during the state's housing crisis. A financial services companies downgrading the credit rating for the cash-strapped Sacramento city in fide school district. The second obese says this comes after the district's admitted financial crisis saying it will run out of money by November standard and Poor's has downgraded the district's credit rating from a plus to a triple b the district's lease bond rating was dropped even lower to a BB plus analysts say it's up call for the district which needs to make drastic across the board. Budget cuts UC Davis children's hospital joining medicals baby bear project. It's a program aimed at better Diagne. Dosing critically ill newborn, providing two million dollars that will offer rapid whole genome sequencing for babies under a year old in neonatal and pediatric intensive care units. Cima Shane car director of the UC. Davis precision genomics clinic says it's a more rapid diagnosis process instead of waiting for two weeks. Sometimes six months to get back. We get back with the baby project within three to five days it'll be enrolling thirty to forty patients by June. We can only enrolls patients who have what Medi-Cal eligible, and we cannot enrol any driveway insurer patients. However, the testing is available for all outside the program. She says in time it could be the only option eliminating the process of multiple time consuming tests, Casimiro hall, NewsRadio KF a major change being rolled out in the boy scouts organization girls between the ages of eleven seventeen can now. Join the boy scouts and from here on out the program will go by scouts. A B S A that door this open the door for girls to join the eagle scouts the highest rank in the organization the cub scouts for younger. Children has been accepting girls since last year. Sacramento museum day is tomorrow. And there are events plan throughout the region. New this year, the popular day is also the kickoff to Sacramento museum week a whole week of celebrating art science and history. Many local museums will have hands on activities for kids tomorrow on free museum day. Many local restaurants will offer discounts and specials. Tomorrow and sack RT will offer free rides on all buses and light rail have list participating museums at Cape became dot com. Three California men have been granted French citizenship for their role in forging a terror attack on a French train back in two thousand fifteen Spencer stone, Alex Scarlato, Saint Anthony Sadler were naturalized Thursday at a ceremony here in Sacramento. They were honored by the consul general of France and San Francisco and game chalet. Honorary consul of France here in Sacramento. The three men were travelling as you may recall from Amsterdam to Paris during a trip in Europe when they helped subdue a man who opened fire inside the train. Authorities say the attacker did have ties to radical Islam. A Scarlata is a former member of the organ national guards stone is a former airman first class in the United States Air Force all three or from the Sacramento area in all three starred in the film. The Clint Eastwood made about that experience a couple in Davis who were scammed out of nearly twenty thousand dollars trying now to keep anybody else from falling for the same scheme. Karl Kani Ramstad sent four separate payments via bitcoin machine to a person who claimed to be their grandson scammer told them he had hit a woman with his car and needed money to get out of jail. Connie Ramstad tells our news partners at KC are a three that it wasn't until a few days later at thanksgiving that they realized they'd been had. I said, yes. You told me that you broke it when you were in jail. He said jail. I was never in jail. The couple says they're sharing their story. So people can avoid being scammed and they recommend communicating with other people or family before ever sending anybody money celebrity chef in the San Francisco Bay area. Now says he's receiving threats and backlash from several tweets. He posted this week ABC's. Alec stone has details from Los Angeles in the tweet. Chef Kenji Lopez said he would refuse surveys Danny came into his San Mateo restaurant wearing a make-america-great-again hat likening. Those hands to wearing a swastika were a white hood. Now Lopez salt reportedly claims he's receiving threats. John Boyle is former chair of the San Mateo county Republican party from there. You know, you're.

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03:07 min | 1 year ago

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"Newsradio KFB K. We'll be enjoying a nice cool. Start to the day not much in the way of fog ball down your morning commute. It's a nice cool morning as we head through the afternoon. We'll see mostly sunny skies with highs today in the upper fifty s I'm meteorologist Hammarberg on NewsRadio K. Our I think tamra citrus heights. Thirty nine degrees thirty-five in grass valley, and we have forty-three in Sacramento five thirty three now. Newsradio became. A woman ejected for her car in a horrific crash Sunday morning in Folsom showed no signs of life until two off duty officers came to harass you. Remember us having a conversation as I was doing CPR like I don't think she's gonna make it like, and she was kind of a green issues. I don't have a pulse like she's in bad shape. Sacramento county sheriff's deputy, J Saco and Jennifer mckeowan outgrowth police officer Tokay Sierra three they were off duty when they saw the driver over correct and veer into oncoming traffic. They ran to help and performed CPR for about five minutes before the woman was revived. He started kind of moving around and showing financial life. So we were like, oh my gosh. Fulsome police arrived on scene in the woman was taken to the hospital. She's in serious condition, but is expected to survive. One other person was hospitalized in the crash and their condition is unknown Madeleine hall NewsRadio K F B K two people injured in a shooting Monday night at a south Sacramento fast food restaurant, according to police it happened just after. Nine at the Jack in the box parking lot near power in elder creek roads, the victims were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Investigators are still looking for the shooter police people who live in paradise are holding out hope that they'll get some help from the state specifically from the budget blueprint released by governor Gavin Newsom, nor state assemblyman James Gallagher says that nuisance budget clearly recognizes the challenges facing residents who need to rebuild people aren't living up there. The their homes have been damaged, you know. So there's really no property tax revenue. People aren't paying water Bill Gallagher says he was encouraged with the scope and detail of the support in the budget Bill in order for the town to recover and to begin that process. They're going to need some help. And so that three year backfill is going to be very much a help to the communities Gallagher toured the devastation with Newson and says the newly elected governor recognizes the need for fiscal help in rebuilding the town. Mike bucket, NewsRadio B PK the city of Sacramento is partnering with Comcast. And community organizations to put on Friday night events at ten locations throughout the city focused on fun educational activities for teens the city and its partners recently put on fourteen pop up events for teens in response to some rowdy behaviour at Arden fair mall. Now, mayor Steinberg says the city council vote to make those events a regular Friday night occurrence, it's gonna put three hundred and fifty thousand dollars towards continuing these Friday night youth activities in our city. Steinberg says the city approached Comcast a partner for the events they committed to giving another three hundred thousand dollars. Comcast regional vice president Beth Hester says the tech events play into their ongoing efforts to close the digital divide. How do we bring these us.

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03:36 min | 2 years ago

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"KFB K. Thanks for spending time with us. Welcome into Wednesday beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. You've no doubt heard the phrase killing them with kindness, which is generally good practice when it comes to dealing with customers or relatives or pretty much. Anyone we come into contact with on a daily basis? However that idiom has a whole new meaning for some people in Florida now Cording to the Huffington Post. A Milton Florida man is behind bars after he allegedly threatened to kill his neighbor with kindness kindness. You see is the name of his Michetti, according to police the incident started when neighbors went to the home of thirty year old Brian Stewart concerned about the yelling and banging that they had heard from his home all day Stewart came out of the house with an arm raised holding the machete, which had the word kindness. Written on one of the neighbors stepped in front of the other to block the blade and suffered a half inch cut on his left hand. The Santa Rosa sheriff's department was called and deputies arrived to arrest. Stewart killing them with kindness. Whoa, you so it's almost like he was planning that like scrawled that induce Michetti just sort of waiting for someone to come to his house and knock on his door. I was told to kill them with kindness voices in my head Taibbi. Exactly, exactly. That is something that they'll just like noise coming from a home all day long, you go over to just check it out. Make sure everything's alright. And outcomes the guy with a machete. Yeah. I I wonder if they had heard things there before but kind of had sort of seen him around and kind of. But you know, this is a guy we might want to stay away from you know, maybe they were pushed to the brink and had to go investigate lawyer. And Gordon, it looks like eggs are definitely having a moment. We told you earlier this week about the strange phenomenon that was happening on social media where a picture of a Brown egg became the most liked photo Instagram history. Beating out the previous record holder Kylie Jenner, and it's not even close anymore as of this morning. The epic egg pick has been like nearly forty five million times ease. Easily besting the eighteen million likes Jenner got for the pick of her baby. And you know, who couldn't be prouder the American egg board, which is celebrating the triumph of the egg turn Instagram celebrity the board CEO said in a statement that while they always knew eggs were incredible. Now the world has confirmed. It also the board announced plans to donate millions of eggs to celebrate the eggs success more than one million per month by eastern the board. Also admonished Kylie Jenner for Talia Terry post, where she is seen smashing eggs on the ground. The board suggests that she put those eggs to better use by clicking on incredible egg dot org for a list of recipes. Nicely played by both sides clever of Kylie Jenner to do that is pretty funny. Yes. Yes. Donate eggs. They can send a dozen this way. We'll certainly make good use of them here. Right. Just the pairing with sausage. Yes. That's I mean, I really truthfully would like to see the same campaign raised for sausage. So she should we do this. We get that going now where sausage Patty the forty five million lakes by the egg borough link link. Yes. Breakfast link chicken sausage, traditional pork or Turkey. You're not picky any sausages fine. Whatever works say, yes to sausage. Maybe that'd be the hashtag Justice to sauce. You need to work on that thirteen minutes now in.

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KFB K. He prepared for some dense fog that may slow. You new tracks this morning heading out of those early warning roadways head through the afternoon. We'll see some fog Clarin outposts skies dry day ahead with highs in the upper fifty. Here. I'll just Hammarberg on NewsRadio. Thank you tamra. We've got forty seven degrees in Eldorado hills right now forty five in Roseville Forty-six here in Sacramento. It's seven thirty three at NewsRadio KF became company at the center of San Francisco Superfund scandal is getting the county wildfire cleanup contract. A state agency has agreed to pay Pasadena base. Tetra tech two hundred fifty million dollars to remove the debris from the campfire. The wiped out the town of paradise back in November environmental engineering firm is facing a federal lawsuit for falsifying tests for radioactivity of the former hunters point naval shipyard and two of its executives were sentenced to prison last year. The state agency known as Cal recycle has also hired Tetra tech to clean up wildfire debris from the car and Mendocino complex fires. But the campfire contract is by far the largest FEMA, and the small business administration are extending their deadline for victims of the campfire to apply for federal aid with the cleanup of the November wildfires still in its early stages. Fema says people are still showing up at their centers needing help. And people are not coming back attraction of people in the last couple of days has been significant. The numbers have not decreased in the sensors. They have actually increased that is Yovani Garcia with FEMA. The initial deadline was set for this Friday. Now the extension will last until January thirty first allowing those affected by the campfire to seek federal financial aid. Mike Baca, NewsRadio KFB PK. A pair of thieves were caught on camera. Stealing an entire lottery. Kiosk from inside a Davis. Safeway, the video shows the two men knocking the kiosk down cutting the wire and using a red Dolly to roll the kiosk out early Wednesday morning. Lieutenant Paul Dora Shaw with Davis police tells Casey are a three the thieves made off with the machine, but not a lot of I don't know the point of the crime. There wasn't a whole lot of cash in it. Yeah. Investigators retrieved the kiosk and handed it over to the lottery investigators anyone with information on the theft is urged to contact Davis. Police nearly five million dollars in grants will be made available to restore watersheds. Averaged by wildfires in the state, the national fish and wildlife foundation has partnered with the Eldorado and Lassen national forest to focus some of that on the impact of the story and power fire. Both burn more than sixty five thousand acres of forest land restoration of high mountain meadows trail maintenance, controlling invasive species and covering the landscape with trees that benefit forest health are among the projects Jonathan birdsong. Western regional director for the NF WF says it's a small part we can do in California post fire. We also have programs with the forest service to get out in front of some of these wildfires as well to do some prescribed fire activities. There are millions of acres of forest land in California, a tremendous amount of area or California, but force or so important to the well-being of all of us because they provide water for practically every Californian and the resources necessary to keep our economy, growing Klamath, Shasta trinity and six rivers national forests have also partnered.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"On NewsRadio KFB K. Thank you so much tamra. It is fifty degrees right now in L, grow forty six degrees in winters forty nine in Sacramento at. Newsradio KFC K eight thirteen. Now KFC case Tom stories from ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen. The supreme court is in session. But one Justice short supreme court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg will not attend oral arguments on Monday. The first day. She has missed a scheduled public session in her twenty five year career on the nation's highest court Ginsburg had eighty five the oldest Justice on the court is recovering from surgery last month to remove to cancerous lesions from her left long. She had been working from home as she recovers. Karen travers. ABC news Washington over the weekend. President Trump said he could relate to federal workers not getting paid due to the partial government shutdown over border wall funding now into its third week with no compromise in sight here. The president is now considering going it alone possibly declaring that national emergency to us military funds to build his wall. But that is certain to be challenged in the courts end by democrat ABC's Mary Bruce on Capitol Hill national security adviser, John Bolton is meeting with Turkish officials today as the administration now sets conditions for troop withdrawal from Syria. Conditions that national security adviser John Bolton has put on our one that ISIS is finally and completely defeated. The president said it was it hasn't been in Syria. Second that our Kurdish allies you've been fighting alongside American troops are protected and finally that as long as there are Ronnie and boots on the ground in Syria. There will be American boots on the ground there. That was something Israel was very very concerned about ABC's Terry Moran to American men have reportedly been captured in Syria fighting for ISIS ABC's. Ian panel says one of the men is said to be from Texas pissed to be his submitted.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KFB K. Have a storm coming, but it's going to be dry today. Partly cloudy love a high of about fifty five degrees of that. Storm will move in Saturday about sunrise that again tried today. Sunrise seven twenty two right now, it's thirty six degrees. In folsom. We have thirty four degrees out in Roseville and thirty five in Sacramento at NewsRadio KF decay. All right. It wasn't a pretty day on Wall Street yesterday. But it looks like things might turn around a little this morning when the market opens in just over an hour at Corey joins us from the Bloomberg business desk. Hi, ed. Yeah. That's right. There's word that trade talks will resume between the US and China next week. And that's got investors kind of excited. Dow futures up two hundred and fifty two s and p futures up twenty eight shares of Netflix corrupt Thursday bucking a sharply negative trend for the market is a whole video streaming company. Extending a recent stretch of outperformance the stock was up almost three percent. The other fangs dogs Facebook gamble Amazon. An alphabet were all solidly lower on Thursday. Tesla plans to start delivering model three cars to China in March. According to Reuters, early reports said the test that was also close to approval for selling the model in Europe. Home builders are worried higher interest rates are limiting buyers in places where real estate's do extensive as a result. More companies had built rental houses, a raising new capital. They think it's going to. Easier to lease them to sell right now. The Dow futures up to fifty six that's your business in money news next update at five fifty one. I'm Ed Corry without Bloomberg business report on NewsRadio KFB k ninety three point one FM in fifteen.

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Newsradio KFB K investigation is a political prosecution. And everybody willing to be honest about it would know it. Even though they deny it. It is a political prosecution. Donald Trump is being politically prosecuted here. Well, he's not being prosecuted yet, they're looking for a crime based on they don't like Trump is politics. Not on the fact that he's created a crime or committed a crime, there isn't a crime. Specifically, no crime was mentioned in naming the special counsel. There isn't a crime. They're looking for one based on political differences. It ought to have everybody concerned. But I'll tell you what they're doing everybody involved Republicans and Democrats is so important to get rid of this guy. We cannot allow outsiders to win like this. We cannot allow somebody doesn't know what they're doing to come in. And trampled everything we've been building since the end of World War, Two, we'll fix whatever we break after we get rid of Trump, except they won't because precedents get set and once you can appoint a special counsel to start looking into somebody who has not committed a crime. Once you're gonna point a special counsel. Sel to investigate to find a crime, simply because you don't like the politics of the person or you don't like the fact they want an election, you can't fix that. You can't go back unless you write a specific law counseling or just get rid of the special counsel law altogether. But it's it's it's not going to be gotten rid of. It's a weapon it's a brand new weapon in politics to vanquish enemy that you can't be at the ballot box. It's not going to go away. That's what's so desperately wrong about all of this. And these people Jeff flake in these clowns standing up saying they're protecting the rule of law there disintegrating it. They are obliterating the rule of law. It simply doesn't exist. There wasn't any Russian collusion. And yet every day in the media, it's still.

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Brian Drake. Newsradio KFB K. Meanwhile, have a new package of bills and the shutdown, but they could be doomed in the Senate bills. Do not include funding for a border wall. And Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said he will not hold a vote on a Bill that the.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

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"KFB K. It's my Tom Romano the traveling entertainment guys in through the magic of radio. We join Mark in Clayton on board the American Queen this segment of the travel guys Tom Clayton, and I are here on the back deck of the American Queen as she gets ready to sail from Vicksburg to Natchitoches Mississippi overnight. It has been a great day here in Vicksburg. This is very much a civil war city and enjoyed a tour of the civil war battlefields. If you've ever been to Gettysburg, and you enjoyed that tour you would enjoy touring the battlefields here at Vicksburg, Mr. Clayton. You have taken a lot of steamboat trips in your tour directing career, tell us as a river cruise as opposed to going on an ocean going vessel. What are the maybe the advantages disadvantages? Well, of course, we're cruising in the Mississippi River right now, this was America's highway. You know, this is this this built our country after the Louisiana purchase. Mississippi River is how commerce and people and had a whole nation moved. Around it's incredibly important thread in the history of our country. And I think because it's in the middle a lot of people kind of you, this flyover destination, but this is real America being in Mississippi and being a native, well, not a native Californian, but practically a native Californian and not spending a whole lot of time travelling in what most Californians would refer to as the deep south. This is a little bit of a cultural adjustment to come here and see this. You're someone who grew up mostly in the south and now lives in California talk about.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"We could learn more details from special counsel Robert Muller's office on President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen's claim that he set up meetings with Russia for the Trump campaign says he did not pursue the meeting. The president says he would never have wanted it. The last thing I want is help from Russia on a campaign Muller also explaining why the plea deal with former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Fell apart in a filing claims Manafort lied about contacts with Russians in that even after pledging to cooperate with prosecutors and not contact Trump officials that they have evidence Manafort had been in communication with a senior administration official up through February twenty eighth sees. Lana Zak in the southeast rare snowstorm, North Carolina and Virginia night used to this type of winter event or an status of emergency. They're seeing rapid snowfall ABC's. Anthony Wilson was out on the roads in the Hillsborough area of the Chapel Hill. It's accumulating and because it hasn't quite been plowed yet. Even when it does get plowed once it's packed with the temperature. We've got now this is when you get icy conditions air travel also being impact so far this morning. There are more than thirteen hundred flight cancellations the bulk of those cancellations at the major connecting hub Charlotte Douglas, along with Raleigh Durham, you're listening to ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFB digital new center NICD office, NewsRadio KFB K a suspect in a series of armed robberies in northern Sacramento is in custody around eight thirty PM Friday, Sacramento police reported to an armed robbery near thirty six hundred Northgate boulevard. Police arrested Keyshawn Braxton.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Newsradio KFB K. Now, rain still moving through the area. Most of it though, turning more showery. As we go through the day. Temperatures starting off in the forty s will be warming into the mid fifties this afternoon under mostly cloudy skies. We'll see a few breaks that cloud cover, and then we'll be drying out as we make a way through Thursday and Friday, I'm ki Sierra three meteorologists Turk going on NewsRadio kit became Goodling. You have forty seven degrees. So far this morning Davis. You're also at forty seven and forty eight in Sacramento at NewsRadio K F B K. And our news continues now at five thirty three this morning following an emotional marathon meetings. Sacramento county supervisors voted to tighten the job. Description of its inspector general charged with oversight of the Sacramento sheriff's department. The move came after sheriff Scott Jones took the unprecedented action of refusing to cooperate with the inspector general following a report that question deputies use of force in a fatal shooting. The sheriff's action outraged many in the community who accused him of going rogue ignoring the authority of county supervisors the new language approved by the board for the office of inspector general position was written by a supervisor Patrick Kennedy. It has taken the sheriff out of the process as far as the boy and the OMG's performance at work. I think that that independence is vital and anything short of that would not be acceptable. After the beating sheriff Jones spoke to KFB K, not sounding entirely pleased with the board's decision that took the sheriffs. Completely out of consideration for the direction or the purpose of the function of the inspector general and really vested entirely within the board. However Jones also said.

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