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"kelsey bill" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast
"Coming up actually in the feed. We have an interview with jared Dubin from Monday about his survivor squad. We picked one player from each team or one coach. He had thirty two positions. And you can only have one from each. So it's like you can go homes. You can't have Andy Reid tyreek Hill Travis. Kelsey Bill Belichick head coach. You can't have over the Jarret Stidham etc. Also Brian Schottenheimer interview taught to old shoddy about Russell Wilson a Lotta good nuggets from him. He was really gauging cool. Dude good to talk to him and appreciate him taking the time and then coming up today Jason Lockenfora on the state of the NFL. In these times of Kuroda jail see. What'S HAPPENING BUDDY. What's going on? Jaguars are opening. Rethink the JAGS. That's that's bad way to ask the question. What are what are you hearing is the? Nfl IS GONNA look like between now. And let's say the middle of July went training camps. Ostensibly would open. I mean I've talked to some people this morning. Various teams who are getting the sense that things are going to that at least some teams are GonNa push to try to get some players in their building at some point in June before training camp and the guys who called me for saying why I mean what what what plane why the NFL ridiculously lucky from a number standpoint when it comes to this virus why open the buildings to try to get in a mini camper two weeks of OTA's and potentially compromise them for the real thick. You know what I mean. Why gather people together now? When training camp wouldn't start until July? Anyway like what? What do we have the like? Who's doing the risk reward here and if this actually happens like wouldn't it be smarter just to keep everybody away until we're actually ready to start training camps yeah wouldn't like and if you're the NFL PA and this is even in the best of times voluntary? Wouldn't you come out? And they could eat that. We feel that in the middle of a public health crisis the likes of which no one alive has ever seen before and given the fact that a hundred thousand Americans have already lost their lives. We strongly recommend all players. Remain home stay out of facilities. Stay away from any conditions where more than ten people in a building out of an abundance of caution until we get to the point where we have created. We hope our season long bubbles read. That's off the top of my head but if you know if D. Smith said that I don't know how you could argue with him. Yeah I think the whole thing is i. It's tough because like it do like you have to take the same view that That there is in general society from many different corners and there are many different views and some of them have many of them are informed for different reasons. But the by and large you know generally speaking. I think there are a lot of people who want to get back to work. And then conversely there are a lot of people like we got to just hunker down and play. You know better safe than sorry for a little bit here because you know we don't we don't know that's that's the ultimate problem like. I'm looking at so tad Dickman the PR PR for the Jaguars. Great Dude Did a very and I think TATA's great about being transparent as well and he tweeted out a thread about the Jaguars reopening the facility at Ti Bank field on today which would be Wednesday. He tweeted it on Tuesday and he basically said that the team created are. They appointed a in control officer They have created infectious response. Teen and all these different Max. Seventy five employees know more than fifty percent of the Jaguars staff they have. The certain type of staffer allow allowed signs social distancing protocols processors for cleaning etc but at the end of the day like near the thing I see is that the team is responsible for screening process which requires employers to complete a training exercise questionnaire and undergo multiple temperature checks. Like I don't know how much you could actually check for it at the end of the day. And what happens if like one person gets through the screening process and all of a sudden. There's a huge outbreak in the facility. You know what I mean. I just when we're at they've been glass. Nobody's been blessed by this but they'd been incredibly lucky about the timing and how it relates to the NFL calendar. And I make the case every year. Not as are the this is the biggest bunch of do about nothing and the sports it is. Okay some some great for the undrafted guys and some young players But otherwise this. This is a farce. You know the idea that these these guys who look great in April who now are going to come out and tear it up in September. It's first so I mean the Gore fight walk-throughs so I mean I don't even I there's no policy you could put in place that's going to be a hundred percent foolproof. Right mean there will be even whatever they put in place for the regular season. I mean if you listen to foul if you listen to what people are saying. No one's GONNA pretend that it's GonNa be one hundred percent Not infected rate right. It's it's going to be degrees of something else's at ninety ninety five percent some percentage of players will stay healthy and some will test positive.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KGO 810
"And we try to do that very specifically very surgically if you will and I just read in on the community with with yeah it's too much for extra officers will patrol areas heavy with restaurants and bars and where parting got out of control during previous events the fire department and the officer of a man office of the magic of merchants cease management will also have additional resources on Sunday a Lake County man has been sentenced to ninety days in jail for starting a wildfire that forced evacuations of five hundred people last year cal fire says thirty nine year old it Jody Hickey of Kelsey bill admitted to starting the fifty three acre fire well using equipment the fire forced the closure of highway twenty nine for several hours he pleaded guilty to health and safety code violations and this technique report sponsored by all worth financial wealth mass today on Wall Street for Amazon which is now joins a very exclusive group is KGO attends marked the at Amazon has joined the trillion dollar club with large stock gains today thanks to a blow out earnings report it looks like the company's investments in one day shipping are paying off Amazon posted earnings of six dollars and forty seven cents a share destroying wall street's estimate of four oh three this year Amazon also gave upbeat guidance for the first quarter of this year and says they now have one hundred and fifty million prime subscribers this is the second time Amazon hit the trillion dollar valuation threshold the company also did in twenty eighteen but wasn't able to hold it Amazon joint apple alphabet and Microsoft in the exclusive trillion dollar club I'm mark me at all do you sell stuff online then you're probably still.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Brain injuries it seems trauma centers that rely on C. T. scans often fall short but as KCBS is Jeff bell reports researchers at UC San Francisco are finding that a simple blood test could prove to be a big help I think this has significant potential for anybody walking into an emergency department that's UCSF professor of neurosurgery Jeffrey mandali talking about the promise of a blood test that he's been researching were able to detect a brain protein in your blood stream when you have had a traumatic brain injury and here's what's really significant about the test as mailing we find that it's actually more sensitive than the CT scan mainly in his colleagues tracked hundreds of patients with suspected TB eyes red normal CT scans but as part of this study underwent a more sensitive MRI twenty seven percent of those people had abnormalities on an MRI scan that was attributable to their traumatic brain injury answers badly when it came to those patients blood samples this protein was significantly elevated impatience that I had an abnormal MRI as compared to people that had a normal MRI mainly doesn't see the blood test replacing CT scans but he says this is another important tool in our toolbox to take your people with traumatic brain injury the you. CSF research is published in the lancet neurology Jeff bell KCBS fire crews in Lake County are now putting out hot spots from a fire that burned more than fifty acres and at one point forced the evacuation of several neighborhoods the oak fire broke out yesterday afternoon in the area of coal creek road and highway twenty nine near Kelsey bill cal fire spokesman Bruce lying tells KCBS fire crews managed to keep the fast moving flames away from nearly one hundred home despite the wind which made some runs in some grass they they were really quick to get on top of it and keep it to fifty three acres it could have been a lot worse the mandatory evacuation order was lifted late last night and all roads in that area have since re opened coming up on KCBS why it's becoming more difficult to get some legroom on commercial flights were also gonna talk football with that sports and Joe up next is the J. flex as a crazy to think about all the things we learned.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's eight oh five of the bay area's news station KCBS expects sunshine and a lot of it throughout the afternoon today good morning I'm Melissa call Ross and the morning I'm Dan Mitchinson here is what's happening a suspect is in custody after an hours long standoff with police that forced evacuations and a shelter in place order in Vallejo yesterday KCBS is Peter finch has a story it all began about quarter past two Saturday afternoon when a woman called nine one one to say she had been kidnapped and raped when police showed up at a home on willow street the suspect forty one year old I Nell Cole a vocal and took off he ran into a home on Holly street and refused to come out neighborhood resident James Perry was among those who had to evacuate one Vallejo swat team moved in he tells KPIX five really knows out here that I came we came outside we can relieve. and then they would let us out then they finally moved in that it sounded like it back in it ended around eight thirty last night when the swat team entered the home and the suspect peacefully surrendered Peter finch Casey BFI fighters have contained a blaze in Lake County that charred more than fifty acres and had at one point forced the evacuation of several neighborhoods the fire broke out yesterday afternoon in the area of coal creek road and highway twenty nine year Kelsey bill bristling with cal fire tells KCBS that more than a hundred firefighters manage to keep the flames away from nearly one hundred homes here support the ground troops and all the agencies involved did a really good job containing this fire corralling it to a degree and making good containment efforts despite the wind which made some runs in some grass the fire now is a hundred percent contained two fires are burning your Orville of bringing back memories of the camp fire for some people in Butte county who relocated from paradise Swedes fire has burned four hundred acres it is twenty percent contained while the Forbes town fire has burned fifty seven acres and is eighty five percent contained this morning both burning in a rural area just south with west skews me southeast of Orville evacuation orders are in place in two buildings have been destroyed including one home governor governor Newsome.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's one oh five that the bay area's news station KCBS morning overcast will give way to sunny skies near the bay and inland good morning I'm Peter finch here's what's happening fire crews in Lake County remain at the scene of a fire that Saturday burn more than fifty acres near Kelsey bill cal fires Bruce Lang telling KCBS flames broke out near coal creek road and highway twenty nine Saturday afternoon as of seven thirty Saturday evening the fire was fifty percent contains contained cruise having limited it to about fifty three acres by the way in which made some runs in some grass they they were really quick to get on top of it and keep it to fifty three acres it could have been a lot worse. evacuations were mandatory in the afternoon but the status last we check with the ad a warning and at last check about one hundred and fifty people were out of their homes there been no reports of injuries a block party hosted by chase center Saturday in San Francisco gave many people their first up close look at that new arena KCBS reporter Keith Menconi stop by to see what fans think of the warriors new Dave's round of applause is in this place gorgeous. under its turn down the block party held in chi center's front plaza an event that included food games and even meet and greets with some at noon.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Says she hopes there's a big turn out for the rodeo to show that their community is staying strong in the wake of the mass shooting that killed three you know can happen in a convenience store so I'm not gonna live in any fear and I'm gonna keep going to events organizer say there will be a higher ratio of security compared to the garlic festival with horse mounted guards and deputies on motorcycles the Gilroy rodeo officially starts today and runs through Sunday Matt Bigler KCBS evacuation still in place in Lake County where a wildfire spreading helps to Kelsey bill over three hundred firefighters are on scene of the so called call fire broke out tough soda bay road golf driver Lee yesterday afternoon's burned about thirty acres so far thirty percent contained cal fire says forty structures are threatened none of been destroyed no reports of any injuries KCBS KPIX five delayed make lives of the Riviera west subdivision as as among the evacuated he tweeted overnight to be safe from the firefighters appear to be getting the upper hand just ahead on KCBS by Jeffrey Schaub in Oakland why the defense in the ghost ship trial might benefit from a long jury deliberation okay CBS traffic update for you know George rascals away day found here instead of those continue in Santa Cruz mountains they've changed directions though southbound seventeen headed towards the center we've got an accident blocking a lane for rap like that get bored the rise of war northbound seventeen still slow Adam Scott valley heading up towards the some of the earlier style big like finally clear and we've got some some little traffic in Sunnyvale as well your traffic brought to you by him to water your KCBS interviews with Bob Brier westbound highway to thirty something for a highway or one oh one after a brother above a Matilda Avenue and action with a couple of cars rightly still blocked their traffic backed up over a mile or first crash of one one before two thirty something possibly LS two cars my shoulder Jill not about a collision have had an accident eastbound bay bridge of the decline it's been clear traffic sluggish though from basically the start of the lower deck north that one a one in San Francisco slows third street outwards as our shop as extra slow around Golden Gate park is outside lands music festival begins today and in Petaluma slow private both directions right now on a one a one getting past the outlet malls he is it purer still or sparkling water infused with a variety of fruit essences including watermelon blackberry and sherry no sugar no sweet there's no calories available at your local grocery store or add drink into dot com his mouth watering water next update eleven eighteen of the traffic leader sunshine around the bay with clouds in the mix quite a few although they were seen lots burn off at this point sixty seventy to the beaches.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Because of the small towns on the bay area's number one news station KCBS KCBS radio dot com CBS news time three eleven a wildfire is threatening homes and is forced evacuations in Lake County more than three hundred firefighters are working the Gulf fire near Kelsey bill is charred nineteen acre and is only thirty percent contained KPIX five zillion make Lum is among the residents evacuated from the Riviera west subdivision just after one thirty the smell of smoke in the air within minutes sirens all around us them within Hoffman of that we still playing in a valuation shelter is operating a kill Siegel high school fire season is here and one fire chief in Contra Costa county is on happy with the progress of wheat abatement KCBS a solitary tells us he's come up with an idea to motivate property owners yeah there's a lot of dead grass and dry brush up here in the hills of Moraga and around and that's why this weed abatement program is so important you'll to continue to grow to be deposited into dry out and to live their waiting for a fire in this area has nifty fire history Moraga around the fire chief Dave Winokur who says that a large percentage of the properties in the hills have not had their we debated areas around their properties cleared out so he's proposing that every time there is a real estate deal that a mandatory fire inspection be held to make sure the properties up to code some real estate interests though have called the idea radical at least a few of the realtors it sounds somewhat radical to me it seems like common sense and a very simple way to continue the progress we've made in reducing accumulated combustible fuels Jill lockers lived in the hills she says it makes sense in that she's already clear her property thing I had to clean at the side of my house you know I'm off I mean yeah Moraga solitary KCBS the camp fire that destroyed the town of paradise in Butte county last November has now claimed it's eighty sixth victim here's KCBS is Jim Taylor he hung on for nine months severely burned by the flames seventy two year old Paul arched he inhaled superheated air in in the fire I mean that built the fire literally passed over the former KCBS reporter Janna lane covered the campfire Dr no Paul and his wife Susie the other thing was that he had so many surgeries especially skin grafts and after some of those he would develop pneumonia and after so many bout of pneumonia his lungs just deteriorated over these nine long months Jenner honored with a Gracie award for radio series should put together about the campfire experience they were both in intensive care at the UC Davis Medical Center after being severely burned in the camp fire and although Susie eventually recovered and I'm happy to say is now living independently in Chico and are getting better all the time Paul just never recovered right now Jenna is working on a documentary I have a three days in Canada saw vehicles that had been literally melted from the fire you know all the plastic all the aluminum the heat was bottling during these last nine months Jenna became very close with the urge family I really related to their family and just the the way that they that they that they lived in that the way that they escaped call into the or so resourceful they did escape the flames that killed so many of their neighbors for a while Paul shielding his wife with his own body she survived he did not with gentle and I'm Jim Taylor KCBS shin off highway five oh five back of bell has been named in memory of CHP motorcycle officer Kurt Krist who died when he was struck by a truck during a traffic stop almost a year ago some women Jim Frasier sponsoring that legislation to name highway five oh five between the eighty interchange in back of valley parkway after the officer Chris and forty nine year old hi I'm a man well of Vallejo died when they were hit by a truck on the right shoulder of highway eighty coming up on K. C. B. S. this is why I called in a downtown San Jose with the police chief says fans shouldn't let recent events the Turner them from attending the settles a jazz fest we're not going to live in fear it's three fifteen on KCBS for Friday morning has sports update here's Bruce McGill well for a change we get to talk about a win.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KCBS All News
"To month in a row leave a message at the hygiene hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match is limited by state law okay CBS news time to eleven a wildfire is threatening homes and is forced evacuations in Lake County more than three hundred firefighters are working the Gulf fire near Kelsey bill it's burned about nineteen acres it is thirty percent contain KPIX five Liam make Lamaze among the people evacuated from the Riviera west subdivision on a little we can place in cal civil right on the water justanswer today were having lunch on the deck enjoying a lovely afternoon still up for just on the one fifty the smell of smoke in the air within minutes sirens all around us them within Hoffman of that we still playing shoppers coming into the hands of the see the big fine happening they looked like fire retardant you see tens I knew that this was serious an evacuation shelter is operating at Kelsey bill high school well with the high fire threat right now the fire chief and Moraga is not happy with the progress being made with the mandatory we'd abatement program KCBS is color Terry said the chief urges residents to clear their property yeah there's a lot of dry grass weeds and brush up here in a ring the and Moraga in the hills very high fire danger that's why this weed abatement program right now it's very important and associated awareness in the community that Moraga Renda and our area he is a significant threat to wildfires as Moraga around the fire district chief Dave Whittaker who says about thirty percent of the homes on Moraga way alone are still not done the next step is to figure out how we expand that to all the properties and and the time at which these properties are touched and the time at which equity is unlocked the resources available is the moment of a real property transfer when occur has proposed that every time there is a property transfer one of the conditions of closing is to make it mandatory a fire inspection your lockers does a resident she says she's in so yeah so me told me to you know to remove it I I certainly well in raucous Calipari KCBS nine months after the camp fire roared through the town of paradise another victim has died KCBS system Taylor with the details is the eighty six patella user seated with the campfire Paul arched remember by former KCBS reporter Janna lane I got to know Paul and his wife Susie it was a little bit weird to do a radio series about a couple of people whose voices were never in it and that's because they were just not well enough to talk that series earned Janet a Gracie award it was emotional they lived on a dead end road where several other cars were found with body inside there were some of the first victims of the fire which was terribly sad it but here will call into the found a way out they got on ATVs and they rode out to a block where they thought there'd be less fuel for the fire on that bluff flames moreover he never spoke again as far as we know one of the last things that he said as he was covering Susie from the flames was this is going to be a bad one somehow their neighbor survived those flames it was bad the fire one over us and they were screaming and they got burned really bad and but we got them into a fire truck Jennifer is going on now on a documentary three days in paradox I just thought that they really represented a kind of resilience that I've seen in so many other survivors of the campfire lunch was seventy two with Jenna Laine I'm Jim Taylor KCBS a portion of highway five oh five in back of bill has been named in memory of the C. H. P. motorcycle officer curtain gris who died when he was struck by a truck during a traffic stop almost a year ago assemblyman Jim Frazer sponsored the legislation to name five oh five between the eighty interchange in back of alley parkway after officer gris gris and forty nine year old high may Manuel of Vallejo died when they were hit by a truck on the right shoulder of highway eighty coming up on KCBS sign Kerry had a second Golden Gate park in San Francisco where local Canada's companies plan to sell their products for the first time at an outdoor festival CBS news time to fifteen football yep that time of the year is Bruce it's been a strange year for the same just go giants they played so well in July winning games regularly and fighting their way back into the wild card chase August has been a different story the giants win in the last night's game against the Phillies losers the former they really needed a bounce back performance left there is Madison Bumgarner given just that a one hit shutout over seven innings as the giants blank the Phils five to nothing Mike your strobes game the outstanding rookie outfielder got the party started early.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Time of the fire now it's called the golf fire and it's burning off sort of a road and golf Dr here's information officer will powers from the evacuation order still the fact that Rivera what and so the bay road is closed so weird residents not to try and go down those laws but you will be turned around an evacuation center being established at Kelsey bill high school on main street will continue to update you on the situation as it develops a UCLA lead research team is identified more than sixty genes that increase the risk for autism the study is the first large scale whole genome sequencing study on autism ever conducted by a research team according to Dan cash when the distinguished professor at UCLA he says the team with help from researchers at Stanford University and three other research institutions also found sixteen new jeans at increased risk that are not been associated with autism in previous studies we show that these jeans are acting in coordinated networks with other teams that have been identified before and then we use those networks in a kind of guilt by association to identify hundreds of potential new candidate genes just one says the findings are significant because researchers can now look at the specific genes and how they work together to cause autism he says other studies are already under way to examine the length I'm optimistic in the next five years for for at least certain forms of autism it's likely that we'll have some drugs approved or soon to be approved on the market my client's news ninety three point one KFBK and add sixty three here at KFBK when a twenty two year old northern California man heard about the recent mass shootings in Gilroy el Paso in Dayton he posted his approval on social media and that got him locked up this is you can be sure soffits got word of the postings on Snapchat on Wednesday message barely referred to the shootings in a favorable way and the poster said he idolized the killers and was happy about what happened police haven't released the man's name but say posted that he hopes something like that would happen in Siskiyou county man was taken into custody for a seventy two hour hold to be evaluated for a mental disorder police searched the home and macleod where he lives with his parents and confiscated three weapons Siskiyou county fair open last night and sure of Janabi says all threats like that are taken seriously Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. became president trump traveled to Dayton Ohio in el Paso Texas yesterday both cities reeling from the mass shootings he and the First Lady were met by hundreds of protesters demanding gun safety legislation I did confirm that the president talked with the NRA chief Wayne lapierre and then the Washington post's followed up on that reporting that he warned president trump that background checks would not be popular with his base now sense these mass shootings some of these proposed gun control measures are gaining more support with Republicans on the hill but Senate Majority Leader.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Right, Emily, thank you so much. Thanks for holding. And thank you for listening to us. My world has been shamed too. Text a former hotel I worked at would bribe guest with dining gift cards. If posted a positive review improved it to the front desk, staff I. Part is that the good restaurants and the good establishments shouldn't have to do this shouldn't have to. But look, you know what you can have the best restaurant in the world that could have like one off night in those reviews from that one night, could berry you j it's. Yeah. Especially because people are so much more prone to complaining about something than to just being happy about it. So I think if you didn't do the sadly, it would be all negative reviews all the time. Look at this, I left a bad review on Amazon. The company contacted me and offer me a forty dollar gift card to remove it, but didn't let neither I would up the price and then maybe I don't know what to do. I'm so lost. No. What's scary? I just keep getting better and better. Yeah. This one company paid us. Two thousand dollars not to post negative review two thousand dollars. The sign an agreement that we wouldn't post them social media. I'm not gonna see what company does. But today. How do we know? These texters are real well. Oh my God. Maybe they're not reviewers being paid to Texas. I don't know my gosh guy. Look it into sound with garett. Hey Gary, hey, good morning today. All right. Let's talk about the bachelorette let last night it was on because it's normally on on Monday night. But the NBA finals are on. So hey, guess what? What was it on last night? Not today. All right. So hannah. Got to talk to Luke p and Luke p wants everyone to know everyone likes him according to Luke, p are not being really not adding up, but everyone I've ever met. Every place every school, I've ever been any anywhere. I've ever been in my whole life. Everyone loves me. So I don't I hate fan it. What is the truth? And I, I hate talking about myself, I don't ever want to tell you about me, but don't say things like people love this mad straight Nate. Everyone thinks I'm so handsome. I hate to say it, but it's true for some people. Please tell me didn't get around. What else? All right. Let's talk about song land that's on NBC. That's the show where songwriters come to compete to get their song sung by a famous singer. So Kelsey Bellerini countries superstars on. She has the number one song in the country right now. So this is Darius Coleman's version of the song hero called better luck next time. So your read on here. Asada too key with the gold and. Oh. The this. This. Kelsey Ballerini loved it. So much goes, that's the song, I want, she chose it recorded it out last night. Sounds like this. I can't believe song land is just not coming up. But here's Kelly Kelsey Ballerini. I'm so we're so so end to the stars that brings music when it's actually the songs of the stars. Sometimes male of Kelsey Bill rainy, don't get your. All right. So last night, I was on the black carpet for men in black international. Didn't talk to any of the stars of the movie, I talked to other stars though, Dr Oz. Stop by and his oh, are he was operating yesterday was talking about us on his birthday? He's operating on his birthday. The hospital. He's talking about my birthday. Yes, he was. We wish have you day, so I get to the Ave room. All anyone was talk about is how I know Ellis Durant and.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KTRH
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"kelsey bill" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Today, do anything different change coverages pressures, anything. Kind of guys off? Yeah. I mean, they did a variety of things. I mean, I saw a lot of do, but I mean, when you have the defense of play measures that they have, I mean, they can cover people and so for for us we had, we had to just find a way we weren't clicking anywhere in the first half, but we were, we were just grinding and find five doing what we could defense kept us in the game and gave us a chance at the end there to make place. Confidence into knowing that you can do that and he's good with it. Yeah, I think it's all situational. Sometimes you can extend the play and give you receive chances to make plays. Sometimes you need to stay within the pocket and just take what's there. And I at the end of the game, I mean, like I said, they have great cover guys and they were covering up pretty well off. It's give me enough, Tom rocket, extend the play, and we weren't scrimmage all training camp and they were coming back to me and we were there making plays on. Or you hearing. You. A little bit of both within the huddle mega. Sure. Get the play, call out clean. It was loud there, but you have to find ways to get around that in this league. But we are starting the huddle and get on at the line of scrimmage of knowing that cadence. But at the same time, making the protection calls within the play call coming, it's something we're not to work on as going to this next week. Luckily we're going to be at home and so we'll get the from a cheese kingdom. Different. I mean, just the heart team. I mean, I really, I love this team and just how we fight. I mean, we hadn't been tested in this situation yet and just it just show that every every phase the ball special teams defense, all fence that everybody can set up and everybody can make plays. And I knew we had it, and I'm glad we got to show it for everybody else. So we'll keep rolling as the season goes. Now. Never. I mean, are we really? I knew if I just give them a receivers time to to get open to them, they can make plays and you play. You played differences like this and hostile environments in this league, and it was a good motivation. Good confidence booster going into the rest of the season of coq don't being able to face versus and come out with the win. Where you can save a lot of your quarterbacks wanna take off. You always seem to be. Yeah, yeah. I mean, I'm not fast, and so I know that my strength is not running the ball and so I I know I have a lot of playmakers huge who strength is catching the ball and making people miss. And so I know if I keep my eyes down field that I can get it to them and they're going to keep working for me and they're gonna make a lot of big plays on. Kelsey bill. Trying to. In coach. No. I mean, they, they never encourage that at the same time as long as long as you completed and you get the first down, they're fine with it. But at the same time you have to know when to not do that, and it was a great time avoid there. Yeah, you you never wanna throw at Prosser body as a quarterback, especially in this league because guys can make plays on defense side of the ball, but it kind of snatch them wide open and I was kinda through to him and I've lot trust in Kelsey, and he's only come down with it and he did. Patrick Mahomes live.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Investment in the future, of public radio and by the listeners of k. q. e. daytime temperatures are expected to. Remain above seasonal averages across the interior of the state is high-pressure dominates the weather pattern onshore flow. And a persistent marine layer will keep conditions cooler near the coast, a minor cool down appears possible for. Inland areas by this, weekend yet high pressure, will still remain in control under mostly sunny. Skies we'll have highs today from the low, sixty s, to the mid nineties welcome to, this morning's forum I'm Michael Krasny the Mendocino complex fire had grown to more than ninety, thousand acres and was as of this, morning twenty four percent contain yesterday lake county supervisors declared a local emergency and fire officials warned that they don't have enough resources to fight the fires which have forced more than fifteen thousand residents from their homes we'll get the latest news on the mendocino complex fire we'll hear how residents are coping as a massive fire sweeps through the region for the fourth time in as many years joining us i as adrian fernandez bauman managing editor for the mendocino voice and welcome good to have you with us this morning Good to be here I guess update the fire with you because. We also have to talk about well how people are. Coping with us the fourth year in a row I mean this has been extraordinarily damaging and devastating and four years in. A row. Is just unbelievable but let's talk about what's happening right now it can you update us on the furthest started yesterday Sure so they're they're currently three fires burning, in, the area a new fire started at about five pm last night. Near the, the small rural community of Cobo about, nine miles east on the border with the national. Forests that fire was burning extremely dry and. Hot conditions quickly jumped up to about eight hundred acres But it's helps steady. Overnight at eight hundred sixty five acre so good news there as to the the, other much much. Larger. Fires the, Mendocino complexes Cal fire is calling it is. Actually composed of two different fires which started about an hour apart and about ten miles apart and have since grown closer together but they've not actually connected so there's a fire in the north called the ranch fire that as at fifty nine thousand acres And that's actually reached fifteen, percent containment today -nificant improvement over yesterday and containment. Numbers can be a little a little parse sometimes you know they When the fire this large you know the containment lines are miles and miles long large part of. This fires burning in the national forest where there's less concerned about the loss of life or property and so there's been a tremendous effort to contain the fire. On the southeastern flank in the southern flank to make sure. That it doesn't burn into communities, there there's just a huge amounts of resources never reported in there and those containment lines are stronger and there's a big. Fight there so that you know that that fifteen percent figure is is actually quite a good, figure and then. The the river fire is at. Thirty two thousand acres, with thirty eight percent containment which is fantastic it's a huge improvement over yesterday now you're making progress and this is on the west side is opposed to other fires in the past on the. Southeast and, eastern side and had to have to go, out to the hard work of these firefighters I mean I know there was progress expected by today but they've been working. In extraordinary ways, and Actually I think firefighters coming in from Australia New Zealand and national guard but. Was still, really the the difficulty is with the resources, in many ways there just aren't enough resources Yeah and and you know I think I think part, of what's happening is the fire destruction that we. Have in, California is is built for a certain level of the fires. Every, spire season and what we're seeing this, fire season at least in, the north coast areas really unprecedented you know usually the really. Bad fire season, doesn't start until August September But this year we're. We're a, small paper based in Mendocino county and there's been some wildfire A couple of week. Most of them get, get stopped before they get most of them, get to maybe forty acres Welcome to the new normal frayed you around that's, what we're facing and that's certainly public officials and we're going to hear from Senator, Mike McGuire later in the segment California state Senator for district to. Have been saying in, going on record as saying you've got fifteen thousand residents who've been forced. From their homes though and. At this point probably I is. Safe to say they, don't know when they're going back no idea there yesterday there, certain areas began to be repopulated, Kelsey Ville and Finley and Lake County began to be. Repopulated parts of Potter. Valley and Mendocino began to be repopulated and there was talk of lake port being repopulated soon And so the firefighters are really made a tremendous effort Near near more populated parts of of Lake County and. The fire is now growing into a section of land And just emptier areas, so that you know the way that they do their priorities is. They stopped the fire from destroyed homes immediately and, then they, work hard to. Establish containment lines near populated areas and then once that's been established and at thirty eight, percent that's fantastic improvement that's that tells us that most of Most of the areas, most of the fire near populated areas is actually got a hard. Containment line then then they begin to actually building the containment, lines in wilder. More sparsely or empty areas really so Soon in the next couple of days people will begin to come back to like port and upper lake and. And People have already come. Back to Kelsey Bill but and and, from what we're hearing so far there hasn't been a huge loss, of structures The, official count still says only ten homes have been burnt down and I it it sounds kind of. Cynical to say only but of course we've, seen in the last few years situations where hundreds, of homes were burnt down in a day And so now ten homes over the course of six days sounds not that bad. But the Cal fire hellfire, teams Cal fire special teams that go in and do. Inspections because you know depending on how badly, their homes have, been burnt down it's actually hard to tell exactly what happened there exactly what used to be there Cal, fire has special teams that go in there and those teams have not finished making their inspections in some places I don't think that the fires contained enough for them actually go in and make that. Inspections so the the numbers directors, destroyed to jump we're talking with Adrian Fernandez. Bowman who is managing editor of the Mendocino voice and I wanna invite collars especially up in the, region who may want to let, us, know what's going on and relate to us what you're experiencing up there. We do want to hear from you this is a half hour segment. So please. Feel free, to, join, us, now, now, it'd, be, infected, time. Or if you have, questions about the fires that are raging up there the Mendocino complex fire facing resources shortage and also facing the fourth wildfire consecutive fire four years in, a, row, let, me,.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KSRO
"The live line as promised is Scott McLean from Cal fire good morning Scott Nice to have you with. Us again I know you guys are incredibly busy but there are new numbers just out with regard to the Mendocino complex fires can we start, there We're. Looking at a total of ninety thousand. Nine hundred twelve acres burned to date, again you all know where it's at but the container has gone up to. Twenty four percent again Yep Yep. And the ranch is it is, it a matter of conditions changing more firefighters on the scene Yes As we get? One So it's combination of. A, lot, of things unfortunately I what I'm hearing this for indie predicted weather of cooler weather is. Supposed to be starting Thursday has been pushed, back to the weekend so we have a lot of activity predicted on the fire, and these two fires the. River, and the ranch? Scott are they moving are they burning toward populated areas or away from Pretty much away from the. Force, we had the? Scared Kelsey Bill as well as Mike court yes We. Still have to be cognizant of the situation we still have to be ready. It's these fires is you will know I've been going in. Every which direction that they want to so I happen to. Everybody Attention Other, yet just that's all be working. Together, boy it seemed like you, know last October when we went through all of, this that at that time you and every other fire official we ever spoke with, said we've never seen anything like this and this year it seems like a very similar stance from fire, officials Yes I agree it's. We, were always saying last year, the new, normal the unprecedented or here. There's nothing new about it is just another chapter in the book? Sort of speed this year from. Just, looking at stats as well, above last year very significantly so last night we, had another fire yesterday afternoon he'll fire startup in mendota county again north of the, complex outsider Cobo eight eight hundred sixty five acres and is that a fire to be concerned about too I would be yes I know why scaring you buddy but it's still zero percent contained it started about three thirty, yesterday afternoon. If I remember correctly and then of course we. Can't let you go without talking. About, the car fire and the, numbers are, a little better there too. But what's the status in and around reading this morning Repopulating areas as a become safe so we're looking at a hundred and fifteen. Thousand five hundred thirty eight acres so it did go I. Bet that's dude of course the buyer actively on the northwest corner of this choice Louis. But probably also due, to some brain, operations so trinity county is is obviously very concerned. As that fire moves inward. Toward that area and as? You say the fire conditions weather, conditions are not helping with those high. Temperatures continuing now into the weekend and what about the wind we keep asking. About the wind Scott The wind. Is gonna be eradicated other. Words what I mean by? That is going to be changing direction It's going to start doing so even more with that low coming, in the later, part of this week but as the afternoons. Where on those wings will start, picking up. Here's an example the Bucs fired north west you the city Burned nine hundred acres last night and two hours, it's? All grass wow at luby's but that kind of gives you an idea how these things are moving yeah. It's just not the fire conditions but it's the way these fires, are burning that, seem to be so different this year right Right Yeah it's a challenging situation and hard to imagine what kind of shifts and what kind of workload these firefighters. Have Right the and the resources continue to come from out of state. Which, is fantastic sixteen states at this time have supplied us or are supplying us resource to combat all these fires In, our state of California. National, guard has always stepped up, as? Well so we're getting those resources that just takes time thank, God for that. And Scott thanks for checking in with us we sure appreciate it and and good luck moving forward Thank you all right that is. Scott McLean from Cal fire better news this, morning as we as we said in terms of containment as far as the Mendocino county, complex fires go the river and the ranch fires now having burned over ninety thousand acres twenty four percent containment that's a that's a significant rise since yesterday and we'll, keep our, obviously our eyes and our ears on. That situation throughout the morning the afternoon and. For as long as it lasts between Mendocino and. Lake counties and Shasta and trinity, counties firefighters have their hands full, and then some in. Northern California it's seven thirty nine Let's check, your traffic, for you Make sure we, get. To that part to Tom absolutely and now we're starting to see usual patterns develop with respect to highway one to one. Between rohnert park in Santa Rosa starting to fill up now starting, a Wilfred avenue golf course drive, then it opens up a bit but, as you get toward her, avenue then it slows down again all the way up to the twelve intersection, and through that to, college avenue Sebastian to Santa Rosa twelve eastbound the no problem there and coming from Glen ellyn through Kenwood. To Santa Rosa on twelve westbound. You're pretty much at the limit next update's going. To be at seven forty five now, Daniel true ceus with your forecast sunny skies for today at eighty, four sixty eight on the coast clear skies tonight low fifty three, mid eighties expected again for tomorrow but with partly cloudy conditions, and temperatures this. Morning still cool. Partly sunny skies in Santa Rosa, at this stage of the game. It's fifty five degrees in Guerneville In sonoma's fifty. To Santa Rosa..
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KSRO
"To have a, day to honor the mixed Brunner the Matz Matz yeah Looking at the roadways here we've got a slow on one zero. One northbound from. Basically Wolford avenue golf course, drive all the way up to about Todd road on the other side of the freeway though this is the interesting thing we've got the fire going on the grass fire one zero, one southbound. North of Todd road lanes. Are affected and there's a backup on southbound one zero one Almost from the highway twelve intersection because of probably that grass, fire other than that they were looking really good from Sylvester bowl to Santa Rosa twelve eastbound without a hitch this morning next report will be at eight fifty five Daniel is now your forecast Do you have warm temperatures for today topping out at eighty. Seven sixty eight, on the coast clear skies tonight low fifty three mid eighties expected for. Wednesday and Thursday, still sunny then and for Friday and Saturday but. Getting up to the, nineties fifty three degrees in Santa Rosa weather, brought to you by. Uptown optometry wanna see better visit uptown optometry in Santa Rosa or, go to uptown optometry dot, com it's eight forty six k SRO on the live line with us if from, Santa Rosa although, I don't think he's in Santa Rosa it's good to have. I have Paul with us this morning. Assistant Santa Rosa fire chief Paul Lowenthal. Good. Morning Paul where are you I am assigned to. The Mendocino fire you so yeah then bouncing back and forth between, the medicine on the Lake, County side yeah Obviously that's. An area that's close closer to home than the fire we've been, talking about for the last week the reading. Fire the, car fire and what are you seeing in Mendocino and lake counties this. Morning You know right now it's definitely been pretty smoky Unfortunately but our containment, percentages although small. Are still starting to, creep up which is good Right now the ranch fire over forty seven thousand acres and there's now. Ten percent contained and the river? Fire, is, twenty seven thousand six, hundred acres eight percent how close are these, fires together Paul Not they're they're, kind of difficult to say they're close close enough to manage effectively between the two but not close. Enough whether there's a concern about them merging okay very good but the yeah so the ranch fires, what was initially affecting Potter, valley and is moving up and around upper lake and the river fires the one that's caused the most recent evacuations of. Kelsey Ville and Finley outside of? Port Last night the fire was moving around dancing airfield Towards Kelsey, Bill and also to the west. Of lake port kind of into the Scotts creek so there's. Definitely a, lot of actor active fire last night This morning there's a significant amount of resources Continue. To pour. In lake and Mendocino, county, nuts that's good. That's very good news very very good news and I heard some concern from Scott McLean and Cal fire earlier this morning about what the weather. Might be like afternoon? Today in. That area is that concern too it is we are definitely concerned about the winds that essentially could push the ranch fire out of the forest, and back, towards upper lake and or the you know the general, direction of stern that's a really constructive. Ours but, I won't be the positive side you know there's a lot of really good. Work that was done on the river fire you know that I typically, fire activity is it came towards lake court and Kelsey Ville was was really knocked out pretty. Well by aircraft and crews on the ground so we're hoping with the sheer volume, of equipment that we have in place bit we'll be able to do really good work. And protect, those continue to protect those communities That's great yes absolutely. It's a little too familiar though isn't it Paul it is you know it's getting. You know like myself been to Lake County several times over the last several years and Gotten to know sheriff Martin from Lake County really well and not the way. Like to get to know him yeah you know. But having, they get to know him a lot. Of his style just from these fires that we've. Had over a year after, year after year but it, also helps us from, the coordination standpoint you know we know what we need to do we know where the needs are throughout the. Community we know where the shelters unfortunately that it keeps happening but you know it it's allowed us to really help these things move smooth and and get get people need met quickly and effectively and I also think that the learning curve must be in place here Paul because with all of the efforts that you and Tony GAAS Nur. And others have made over the course of the last almost ten. Months in. Terms, of. Of imparting the lessons learned here, in sonoma's? County, and how, the need, for additional, resources is, is imperative I can't imagine anything but that those conversations have made a difference As California continues to burn this July yeah even from a resource standpoint you know one of our type three engines which are wildland engine with on the car fire that was brought down here last night to lake Mendocino county to. Help with this because, this is where the neat Dr right now Not that they don't have needs? Up, there but we constantly but, resources around, and then we had another one of our fire engines engine to left last night and has also Mendocino county and do you have a handle on how many local firefighters are involved in these out of county fires Not total numbers we have a amount of Santa Rosa long. We have three engines and about a half by four or five what we refer to as overhead style Silky that'd be myself as a public information officer we have a couple of safety officers are those are really prefer to a dozer boss right so yeah we we're we're doing our part to help just like we receive the same. As, last. Year and we certainly hope that we have heard the last of any casualties of civilians or firefighters when, it comes to to the, blazes going, on statewide yeah absolutely. You know it is one. Thing that despite the sheer volume of of. Structures that we have threatened here we have not had the you. Know the loss of life I think You know that's probably to really, be so about you know, safe people, are being here were. Were definitely Watch out for one another you don't wanna see any tragic accidents, occur around, the state and really really impressed upon, the firefighters, is during the readings in the morning is You know be safe. You know do a good job but don't don't, do anything that's gonna put yourself in a. Position, where you could potentially have. Some sort of a significant. Event like that we wanna be safe who. Want, to be efficient but we want to put the. Fire out yeah all three of those things, we hope that's what we're. That's what we're rooting for here at home Paul thanks so much for, being with us this morning no doubt we will call on you again That is fire Marshall, from Santa. Rosa, Paul Lowenthal and a public information officer to now doing double duty in. Lake and Mendocino counties and I will. Say to that that Paul Lowenthal is one of the first responders who was so busy fighting the fires here, in October at the same time that he lost his own home and is in process of rebuilding, it's eight fifty three at. K. SRO whippy..
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KSRO
"SA it is eight. Thirty three at ks SRO glad to. Have you with us this morning, I'm Pat, Kerrigan, and. I'm, Tom Benner our. Producer is Daniel true ceus our editors Stacey James yes indeed. It is and lots of is all over the, northern part of California and I. Guess the entire state at this point three hundred, fires in play statewide wow is still hard to wrap our minds around but we will have the latest information. On those, closest to home and that would be the, Mendocino complex, fire in fact we'll talk about the evacuations in lake port Kelsey Bill a couple of other smaller communities to and there, is there are more resources on the way to Mendocino. And lake. Counties and we'll have the Scott McLean from Cal fire Tell us what's coming that's coming up All right and authorities are getting a better handle on the car fire in reading as some, residents get the word to go home and they're also we'll talk about the CHP. Saying that she walked right into traffic we'll tell you about. The pedestrian fatality in Cloverdale your occurs it is traveling about seventy miles an hour on the number one lane when she, suddenly stepped out in, front of him coming up in sports the giants. Win an extra innings and San Diego but the story. Does not have happy ending is Johnny. Cueto could be. Headed for season ending Tommy John surgery nice milestone win, for Edwin Jackson is the as bombed the Blue Jays and you'll be. Able to watch played golf next week we'll tell you where Eight thirty. Five and let's check traffic. For you and a couple of grass fires. That we're. Trying to wrap our minds around this morning right here in sonoma's county Yup well one is on one zero one southbound north of. Todd road lanes are affected there the other one may have been controlled already because. It has been it has disappeared from my official high tech. List Jerry good Ma also slow going Wilfred avenue golf course drive northbound on one on one to about highway twelve it, actually eases up just, before you hit twelve but then once you get. Through the twelve intersection you're gonna find a lot of. Brake lights to college avenue this morning. Other than that. Two things are looking pretty good from Sebastian bowl to, Santa Rosa eastbound twelve at the limit next update will be at eight. Forty five now Daniel With. Your, forecast Warm temperatures continuing sunny today after, some morning clouds high eighty seven in Santa Rosa sixty eight on the coast could give bit warmer and certainly some warm spots, in the county clear skies, tonight low fifty three mid eighties expected for the next couple of days afterward around seventy. On the coast it's fifty three degrees in Windsor in Petaluma fifty three and fifty three degrees in Santa. Rosa as well it's eight thirty six at k. SRO we will start with the Mendocino complex fire burning in Mendocino. And lake counties the newest numbers this morning include over seventy, four thousand acres burn the combined ranch and river fires nearly doubled in size in a. Twelve hour period both remain collectively at about. Twelve percent containment as, of this morning seven homes are, gone several others ten, thousand in fact still threatened by that blaze and that has prompted. More, evacuation orders Scott McLean from, Cal fire says more resources Are on, the way Forty seven should be online Wednesday. Night or Thursday morning Cal fire has enter contract to, MBA seven jet tankers which is great news. Plus a DC ten so a DC ten now drops ninety six, hundred gallons of retardant and that's going to help things up there with roughly two thousand fire personnel. Battling those particular flames no injuries reported and no cause for the fire yet either at least six people are dead as the car fire rages near Redding, Shasta. County fire chief Mike he bread says the firefighters battling the blaze or. Part of the community all the folks.
"kelsey bill" Discussed on KVON
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