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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

"Go there, and you'll be able to see this video of the Vacaville Vacaville girl. And if you're sitting at your computer and just want to do it on your own just Google Vacaville, girl, it'll come up right away. Watch this video it is truly truly super creepy. So the other story that we're piggybacking on is about a month ago. When there's a girl who took a seat next to a guy who'd been bitching because he was in the middle seat. And as soon as this girl sat down next to me, all of a sudden got all sweet nice. Well, she was a teenager. He a grown man he's just trying to be overly friendly. But the women around the that these people in the seat in front and behind they're paying attention. What's going on there eavesdropping? They're here. The conversation. They can hear the girls discomfort, and they can hear him trying to get friendlier and friendlier and friendlier wanting to exchange information from her and then finally asking her for a dirty picture of herself. And that as soon as that happened. The woman in the front seat got involved she stood up and she called him out. He ignored but got up out of his seat and went to use the Lou the the lab the head, whatever. And so when that happened the women from the seat behind her the girl and the creep also stood up. They all talked with a girl and said, look, we'll help you. If you're comfortable, we will help you with this and the girl was relieved. So the first lady went to get a flight attendant to report what was going on the flight crew acted they came back. They took it seriously immediately before he was able to get out of the lavatory they got witness testimony from everybody round they talked with a girl when the man came back. They told him he was going to have to leave his seat. He resisted he started yelling. He was. Shouting at the other passengers and swearing he asked for the flight attendant supervisor she said, I'm the boss. Yeah. This is serious and we can land the plane if you keep this up moms are like hell, no, hell, no. Are you kidding? And I would hope every woman would react the same way. I would hope every man would react the same way. In this case. It was women who came to the rescue, by the way, he also happened to mention in his conversation that was eavesdropped on by these women heroes where he worked. Excellent one of them contacted his employer and told the employer also went on what has transpired with him and his employer. We don't know. But with both of these situations Vacaville this situation so many questions arise. Like, why does a man thank is appropriate for him to have a conversation with a girl walking down the street a grown man with a stranger. Why does he think? That's okay. Why? Why would he continue to come back when she's obviously afraid and trying to get away from him is that behavior ever appropriate? And what kind of man would ask personal questions of a teenage girl again, a stranger on a plane, and then ask for a sexual photo of her in what world would any man think that this is okay? But seriously is it ever, okay? For a grown man to try to befriend teenage girl who's walking down the street or sitting next to you when you're on a plane, and if you were on that plane, would you have acted the way these women did Finally, I I don't think that this is an issue that teenage boys have to contend with not very often may have happened from time to time not very often. If I'm wrong, you tell me because I want to know, but I do know that this is an issue that teenage girls have to deal with all the time. This is a situation that every teenage girl has faced you know. It's one thing to have somebody being overly friendly with you when it's your peers people, you know, people your own age. That's also a problem sometimes, but when it's a stranger, and it's a grown, man. It is wrong wrong wrong. Every single time. Why do girls have to deal with this? It just feels more and more like girls are considered pray and men some men the men were talking about think they need to hunt them. Has it happened to you? How old were you? What happened were you afraid? Did you say no was he rebuffed any leave you alone. When it was obvious that you were terribly uncomfortable. Men. Did it happen to you as teenagers because I kinda doubt it, and if you're a man who's ever done this? Let me know eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight oh eight oh, eight ten. Let's see. Let's go to Lauren. Lauren is calling from San Francisco, Lauren. Hey, welcome to K G O. Hi, thank you, Pat, partaking my call. You bet you. I was very young when this happened. I was thirteen years old. I was walking home from school from this in San Francisco. I went to AP GNA, and I had seen a van drive by and I saw the van again the second time. I look I I looked at the in the driving. Yeah. And I continue to walk down the street. And I noticed that the cell on front of me, look really familiar was walking towards me. And it wasn't until he he was right on you. It's right in front of me. And I realized it was the man in the van, and he grabbed me, and he said you're coming with me. Oh, no. Yeah. What did you do your thirteen years old? He's a grown, man. What did you do? Well, I I was a really fast runner, Iran. This fifty are dash and six seconds. So I guess new. If I could get away from him. I could probably be okay. So I dropped and I started to run and he ran was running after me. But he couldn't keep up with me. Thank god. I notice when I turned around he was going for his damn, right? And this was over by like thirty second avenue. I turned the corner, and I want like three houses, and there was a huge Bush that was right against a house. Right. And I crawled between the Bush and the house, and I pinned myself there until it was eight o'clock at night. Oh my God behind that tree six hour. Oh, did you call the police? Well, wasn't a home. But I was so afraid that he was driving around the block and king for me. Yeah. Right. So I just saw I gotta stay here till completely dark. You know, how long ago was this. You said you were thirteen how long ago was that? This was like maybe thirty thirty years ago. But I also would down by the war eating at thing was some one of the fishermen wars sermons or. Yeah. What is and again fella grabbed me and said you're coming with me. Oh, my my my parents are inside the restaurant. I go out and just look at their they had all kinds of crab and and stuff to eat. And I go out there and watch him. They used to cook the crab right in front, right? Yeah. Yeah. And I was able to get away with him and run in to where my parents were eating and that. His nerve e at a place like fisherman's Warf where there are so many people there, so many police officers are tourists everywhere. The workers thereby the crabs and you're right in front of the restaurant. I mean that is really unbelievably nervy, Lauren. I'm so glad that you survived this. I'm so glad that that you were able to get away from these creeps. Not I want to mention one story of somebody that I knew a couple other girls that one was taken at gun point. She was actually let go, but I also wanted to mention another person that I went to school with we no longer alive today and her parents might be listening. Name jim. The papers, and they took her girlfriend over by nineteenth avenue and Sloat and one of the girls opened up the door and rolled out of the car, but Janice didn't they took Janet says she never made it to they ever find her. No. She lived over by partners the had boulevard, but very sad. I am so sorry. I'm so sorry. But you know, what you've just done an amazing service just by calling in and talking about your experiences. The experiences of your friends, and unfortunately, the one who didn't make it because people aren't taking this seriously enough to many times people look at it. They say, oh, it's Vacaville. That's pretty far away from where I live. Oh that wouldn't happen in my neighborhood. Oh, I know that's happened. But it would never happen to me. And you know, what it happens, and it happens everywhere. And so what we need to do as parents and is concerned citizens, and as law abiding people what we need to do is to prepare our girls and boys too. If boys are being attacked, we need to teach men that they have no right to put their hands on any of us at any time without our permission. They have no right to terrorize us. They have no right to do. The cat calling thing that they do which is so intimidating. They have. No, right. We have to teach our girls what they need to do. In. The scary scary circumstances. I'm so sorry. You lost Janice? I'm so. Sorry. Eighty-eight tennis the telephone number eight oh eight oh, eight ten let's go to JT and Kelsey Ville JT. Hi, welcome to k- GO. Thank God for a very smart. Young lady. Yeah. Yeah. To to to the guy in the van. When a young girl or a girl's gotta remember. It'd distances your best friend. That's exactly what they said. Most predators by nature are cowardly. And the fact of the matter is if you notice somebody put the cell phone up in the air, and let them know you notice them. Okay. Most young ladies can outrun just about any guy. Okay. Earlier that he would like steal the phone. But no, if you're live streaming it, it doesn't matter. And so they tend to realize that now at least they should that what they're doing is putting your image out there live. This is not like a picture that you can take away by taking away my phone. This is already out there sucker, you're caught. Well, the thing is you wanna remember you want predator to go somewhere else? I live out in the country. And my daughter likes to go jogging. She does it was we have a very large dog that doesn't like strangers all bucks. Not because I expect the dog to eat the stranger. I just prefer the go somewhere else. Yeah. Yeah. We should all have a big large dog eighty eighty eight ten and it is a shame that we have this conversation in today's society. I've talked before about how crowded we are. How populated we are. And so these incidents, which took place in the past the always seem kind of removed from us. But the more people we have the more of these incidents. They are. And it seems like every neighborhood is permeated now. Eight ten is the telephone number eight hundred eight ten Brenda is calling from Fairfield. Hey, Brenda, welcome to k- L pad. You know, I had several instance that that has happened to me. But the Lasley that was on when she was discussing when she was saying that the van followed her. Yeah. That happened to me when I was like in fourth grade. I grew up in Hayward. There was a white, Dan. Never forget it. I was I hit the corner toward what part of Hayward were you in. I grew up in promise, you, okay? I was close to that. Yeah. You grow up there caster valley, right? No, no. I grew up in Hayward. I was do you know where Eldridge park is. Yeah. My my I lived right across the street directly across the street. I I went to mount eat. And I know you do it. Yeah. Well, I was I was I hit the corner to hit the corner on the speed of my house, and I noticed van was following me a white van on that forget it. And he is. So I sped up..

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now on Amazon Alexa, open the cagey. Oh, eight tenths. Yeah. Plunging the north bay into the dark in the name of fire safety, ten o'clock at K G O. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. Ethan Bearman is up in a mommy's talking about this later this hour, I one PG and he got approval from state regulators to turn off power when fire dangerous high utility said it would be a last resort. Apparently. This is what the last resort looks like we have thousands without power schools and businesses closed in the north bay. And the Sierra. Here's Terry rouse. It's all part of an effort to prevent wildfires. While the north bay remains under a red flag warning many local officials believe the utility had no choice after the devastating wildfires last year. And the high winds continue a recent Cal fire report blamed PG equipment for a dozen wildfires last year all across northern California. It could take up to twenty four hours or longer to restore power because crews must physically inspect power lines to ensure they are say it affects areas like clear lake Kelsey Ville lake Barry. Napa calistoga and pope valley several school districts are canceling classes today because of the outages those include calistoga unified, Kelsey Ville, late port, Middletown and cannot die school districts. Forty two thousand customers in the Sierra foothills are also affected by outages as a way to prevent wildfires. Most of those outages are an Amador, Eldorado and calaveras counties. We are following a report by ABC sevens. Amy Holyfield that crews are warning neighbors and calistoga that it could take five days to restore the power. Stay with G O. We'll have updates and we are not the only one seeing high fire danger. Jim Roop says crews are on alert around the state with the return of a familiar, you're in southern California. They are strong in hot and dry even further the already drought dry landscape across the region, and if a small fire should ignite. It could spread as rapidly as if nothing was in its path. We did have some rain recently. But Cal fire captain Isaac. Sanchez says while it seem like a lot in some areas. Given a many years of drought. It's a drop in the bucket at this point. Wants that dries out. It'll be like it never happened. They blow in from the desert hot and dry pick up speed and temperature is they compress through the passes and canyons. It was these winds that caused the Thomas fire last December to grow exponentially, very quickly into the largest wildfire in California history. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Fremont street is reopened. It's worth repeating. And we'll check the conditions in San Francisco with Mark Nieta in just sixty seconds on. Did you hear the news metro PCS is now metro by T mobile?.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

"You can feel the danger the fire danger in the air around the bay area. Six thirty at K G O. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart breezy at the lower elevations gusty at the higher elevations and the overnight lows were high. It has triggered red flag warnings around parts of the north and East Bay and for the first time ever PG, and he has taken the extraordinary step of turning off. Power to thousands of customers. Cal fire has determined that many of the fires that ravaged the north bay last year at this time were sparked by PG any power lines a year later, the utility is taking preemptive action by turning off power and lake Napa in sonoma's counties. It has for several school districts to cancel classes this morning. It'll affect students in the calistoga unified area. Kelsey Ville late port, Middletown and cannot tie school districts. Many businesses have closed as well. The outages affect about seventeen thousand customers. Stay with Caja. We'll be updating the unprecedented. Power outages throughout the day commuters will find some relief heading into San. Francisco this morning, you've been hearing Mark talk about it. Terry rows tells us Fremont street has been reopened underneath the damaged portion of the transbay transit center this morning. It was shut down nearly three weeks ago after cracks were found in steel beams. Supporting the centers rooftop deck over the road the beans have since been reimbursed the plan now to figure out why they crafted advise a plan to repair them transit center itself remains closed for now with buses still diverted to the temporary transit terminal. Speaking of San Francisco, mayor London breed is getting involved in the Marriott hotels labor. Fight breed says she supports the workers who walked off the job at numerous hotels in cities around the country, including San Francisco, the union says its members are fighting for livable wages and job security, GIO.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:32 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

"That has traffic backed up for Greenville with KTAR traffic. I'm Ron survey. Good evening. I'm Pat Thurston. John Rothman is here in studio with me before we move to the next issue, which you all care about we're gonna talk about PG and the shenanigans in. That's my term that they're up to right now regarding their responsibility for the wildfires before we get to all of that. I just want to do a quick follow up on what we were talking about in the last hour, which was global climate change, and if our country if our nation is going to be willing to do what's necessary in order to stop the worst things from happening. And we're not I don't think our country's ready to do that. It's only going to happen if the people really push for it. But there was another pace that appeared just three days ago in the New York Times, and the headline is E P A. A what does that Stanford again? John Environmental Protection Agency EPA to disband a key scientific review. Panel on air pollution and one critic said that the EPA was trying to cut science out of policy decisions. And we know that's true. We know that's true in part because of some of the changes in the vernacular that were ordered by the Trump administration at the very beginning when you weren't allowed to talk about global warming, and you weren't allowed to talk about climate change. I mean, how do you do that? And actually be the EPA, but I don't want to rehash what we just did in the previous hour. It's an ongoing topic that we will definitely stay on top of. I do want to start talking about f- acidic gas and electric because I do believe that there are shenanigans afoot with with PG any part. How can you say that about? Very happy with PG. I guess we should begin with with now with what's going on right now. And what's going on right now is that PG is poised to turn off the power in thirteen counties. Alameda, Napa Sonoma counties, they're not the only ones let's see Lake County. I know is one of them. Oh, shoot. I don't have the entire list. But there are let's see sonoma's county. Napa county Lake County in Lake County. The areas include lake port lower lake clear lake clear like oak park, Cobb, Finley hidden valley, lake Middletown and Kelsey Ville in sonoma's county. Santa Rosa Healdsburg geyserville and Cloverdale in Napa county anglin calistoga Napa lake various deer park, Saint alita and Eldorado. I don't know where they're looking in Alameda County, but Alameda County is on this list. And they're looking at it. They were looking at it for this weekend. And why because as it happens PG. Any has been implicated? I mean, the the the investigators for the state of California have determined that a lot of the wildfires that we've experienced recently were caused the actual cause of the fires were PGE lines. Where PG any? It was PG any cause and was caused because of their negligence because they weren't maintaining the area around their power delivery systems and generation systems. They weren't maintaining the area around that. So as to prevent fires. You know to be able to if something were to happen. And if a spark were to fly there would be no fuel in order for to become a major conflagration PG NFL down on the job. They did not do what they were supposed to do. And as a result in California. There have been these devastating horrific wildfires. We all know about it. Some of us have suffered through them. Some of us have lost property. Some of us had lost more than that. And so p g and he's held responsible for this. Now, the peachy any has gone to the PC. And they've said we want a rate increase. We want to make the rate payers pay for our negligence, we want not to have to take care of the things that we're supposed to take care of according to California state safety requirements if we don't do that. And if a fire results, we don't want to be held responsible for that. We want our rate ratepayers to have to pay for it. And the PC has said, no, no, not if you've been negligent. No, you're not going to get that kind of. No, no. No. No. So I think what they're doing right now. You're crying. I'm so obscure sobbing. Whipping over there. I've never seen him weeping before. He's very unhappy. That poor PG knee is not going to be the charred more people to take care of their negligence. So it seems to me John that what they're doing. Now is they're saying, okay. Okay. Okay. You're going to try to make us do what we're supposed to tell you. What if the winds get bad? We're just gonna turn your power off. And then we none of us have to worry that a fire will ensue or a fire will be exacerbated by fire is going to happen because PG unease lines have fallen down and they're sparking now, we'll just turn the power off. I don't know John it feels like extortion. It feels like something very if shenanigans. Real and one of the most amazing things. Pat is the California state legislature passed a Bill governor Brown signed it essentially taking PG any off the hook. Yeah. And the logic behind. It was really very clear we can't afford to let PG any go belly up. Well, the simple truth is I don't want PG Anita go belly up. But I'll tell you what I want them to do. I want to be responsible for what happened. I want them to admit their culpability. This is not the first time. This has happened that I was driving up the peninsula some years ago. When there was an explosion. I could see it from my car was coming in here to K G. And it was of course, when the pipeline. Oh my God. I can tell you. I remember Mira Wayne. I remember all the interviews. We did the whole thing. We did all I can tell you is. Enough is enough and peachy any really is a monopoly. And if you're a monopoly, you have a responsibility. Exactly. That's the thing because they are. And they actually work. Proactively to try to prevent any other means for utilities to come in to provide us with the things that PGN is providing us with. So they absolutely are a monopoly. So okay. I'll go ahead and accept the PGA is the monopoly for our power here. I'll accept that as long as PG, and he accepts that. Therefore, you have to make sure that you're doing things, right? That you're constantly doing things. Right. It appears to me that PG he has been utterly mismanaged this safety aspect of their operation is really crucial. It's absolutely crucial. David, I'm sorry. Michael hill. Sick wrote an amazing piece that appeared in the Los Angeles Times. And this was back in may this was before so many of this other stuff has happened. And he said he starts it out with this, John which I think is so apropos. He says does there exist anywhere a wine year, more petulant more entitled gang of businesses? Then California's big utility companies now he's in. In Los Angeles. So he's also talking about Edison international Tempera. He's talking about PG knee corporation. These are the parents have PGA Southern California Edison, and San Diego gas and electric, and he says that they are complaining bitterly about how much energy deregulation has cost them. And one of the things that they're talking about too is what they need to pay what their liability is for these wildfires that were sparked by their own lines or equipment. Do you know that last year just last year in two thousand seventeen they earned the utility companies? Not PG any alone three billion dollars in profits on nearly forty one billion dollars in revenues. But they don't want to be stuck with the Bill for the fires. They caused and the devastation that resulted. I, you know, I'm not sure John what happens if a if a utility declares bankruptcy now. Well, let me just point out to you. Pat, two questions that those are listeners, and we should answer number one should PG any be responsible financially. Yes. And if they shots done next. There is an agency which regulates PG. It is the public utilities commission. Now, you may find this hard to believe but people who've been with PG and then worked for PUC and vice versa. And before you know, it a little revolving door action, go my goodness gracious. Why would you think that was going Jackley and one thing that I think should happen is that members of the PUC should be not conflicted? There should be no conflict of interest. And yet the PUC is loaded with conflicts of interest. There have been. So there have been a lot of investigations that have taken place that have said PG and he's responsible for these wildfires. Not all the investigations. Are concluded the big one the tubs fire that so much impacts people who may be listening to this program. They don't know exactly what the cause of that one was yet. But most of the fires that we were dealing with over the past season fire season were the result of PG unease negligence. That's what the investigations have shown the judge in one case. And this happened in San Diego. This actually was in two thousand seven a judge made a ruling that that the utility. They're reasonably manage that they fail to reasonably manage and operate its facilities prior to the blazes. And they were stuck with the Bill. Well, that's the way it ought to be here with PG and E and PG is as whining and complaining and saying if you make us pay we're going to go bankrupt. What Jamie court we've had him on the program the thousand times, he's the president of consumer watchdog. He says that's nonsense. He said there's absolutely no evidence that these companies would go bankrupt. He said, they're basically looking for a get out of jail free card, and that's kind of what we want to talk with you about today should the utility should peach. And let's just talk about PGA. We're not gonna talk about the southern California utilities. I don't know them. But should be on the hook for the y. Wildfires were caused by their negligence. Should they be required to foot the Bill here? And what if making them do that puts them into bankruptcy? What if it takes all of the assets, they have what would be the result of PG going into bankruptcy. I can tell you this. It would not mean that you would lose your power that would not happen. And what do you think of this idea now that they're saying when the winds are blowing hard we're just gonna turn off the power rather than saying, we're gonna make sure that everything is done the way it's supposed to be done. And we're going to have crews out there constantly working to ensure that the dangers are mitigated eighty. I mean, you can tell how I feel about this. But I'm willing to listen to reason you want reason, did, you know, the California Public utilities commission as secretly used millions in tax dollars to work. A now stalled corruption probe into the agency. And letters sent by Senator cherry hill. Why assemblyman Kevin Mullin by the mayor of San berno? Jim Rouen wrote to the state attorney general and the letter said this the CPU UC's lawyers have impeded your progress refused to turn over documents and filed motions to quash your search warrants. This is critical. Because criminal and it's corruption. Yes. So I had hoped, and I have to tell you this because I think Jerry Brown has been a pretty good governor. But he sure failed on this. Yeah. I and the end it's not new..

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Back here with. You his racism the card that's going, to. Continue to, work for the Republican party I you know I started to say that. It's going to work for them but it's. What they've been using since Richard, Nixon southern strategy racism. In a Ronald Reagan the first speech he gave after he was nominated to be president. Of. The United States by the Republican party at the Republican national convention the first specie. Gave was in Philadelphia Mississippi the town a, right in right down the road from the nearest town to wear Cheney's Schwarzer and Goodman were the three civil. Rights workers were brutally murdered, and their bodies hidden for, for, some time they're back in the nineteen. Sixties that's where Reagan went to give a speech, on states' rights that's also. Where Donald Trump junior went to give. His first speech as the surrogate for his father he also. Went to Philadelphia Mississippi this is this is an old. Race car that these Republicans have been playing and, it's, gone from, the dog whistle days of you know. With Paul Manafort and Lee. Atwater, back. In the back in the seventies, back in, the eighties and during the Reagan era when Lee atwater was saying. Well, you can't, use the n. word anymore and you can't talk about race, and you know we talk about forced busing everybody, knew what, we were talking about now. You can just say tax cuts and everybody gets it that's going to hurt poor people and black people disproportionately and so you don't have. Been how they've said oh you know, we. Don't need, to be that subtle we'll just talk about monkeys right right so is Is this gonna work we'll see, we, will see, Kevin in Kelsey Ville California hey Kevin. What's on your mind thanks. For, listening. To siriusxm You're welcome much great showing joy I, just want to mention that the thirteenth amendment or something I write. About online quite a, bit and invariably somebody will respond back and say we have to. Have the, the slavery clause in the thirteenth amendment because if we don't then we. Couldn't, force the prisoners to even clean up after themselves it's ludicrous and I never been able to get anybody to respond further than that like. You know if somebody who's in prison and you're telling me, that, we, can't make them clean up after themselves. Without making, them a, slave there's there's a? Problem that. Needs to be addressed the I it's, it's. It's, also, it's also a logical? Fallacy I mean you know If somebody's, in prison And the, thirteenth amendment I mean I would love to go back if I had a time machine and go back and talk to the people who wrote this thing because it almost looks like they, were anticipating Jim crow that they were anticipating the disenfranchised and disenfranchisement of African Americans in the in the The only I mean we only had about a decade of radical Republicans running the show there after the civil war and. Then boom, the backlash came and you know the favorite favorite practice of you know white people in the south to deal with black people who were asking for their rights or who might even wanna, run for public office or might want to vote was to put them in jail Diarrhoeal.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

"Forecast Lebanon temperatures continues for today topping at its Seventy-three in Santa Rosa's sixty one on the coast of you clydes above us in the north bay topping out at, or lows. Fifty three four tonight so a few clouds then so, some clouds for tomorrow mid seventies and then sunny for Saturday around eighty fifty seven degrees in Bettega bay fifty six in Healdsburg fifty nine in Sevastopol sixty Petaluma and fifty eight degrees in Santa Rosa ks Arroyo. News time. Is seven oh. Six let's see here we'll head right to the story is in the midst of the biggest, fire in California history Verizon is admitting that it made a mistake when throttling wireless data speeds of firefighters who were fighting the blaze due to. A customer service mistake the company said that the slowdown happened because the department's plan allowed for the use of a limited amount of. High speed wireless data Verizon also said it had nothing to do with its rollback. Of net neutrality rules the. Throttling claim is ROY Rooted with the Santa Clara county central fire protection district leaving their data was throttled, during response. To the Mendocino complex fires. Meanwhile those fires continue with, over four hundred ten thousand acres burned and now standing at seventy four percent containment making a move towards limiting more hotels downtown the city council is directed staff to draft an ordinance banning anymore hotels in the. Town central. Retail hob for. The wider downtown district the ordinance would limit new lodging projects five or fewer rooms with no, more than five total rooms on each side of downtown streets the ordinance would also create new affordable housing requirements that would require hotel room developers. To create one affordable housing unit for every five hotel rooms built or pay a fee that would go to creating such housing this. Effort comes as a result of public outcry over the increase of hotel construction downtown. Police are releasing the images As of the third and identified robber involved in robberies of two phone stores. In Santa Rosa and paddle Luma both robberies occurred Monday night with three suspects hitting a t. mobile store in Santa Rosa and then one in Petaluma officers were able to arrest Terrell Armstrong and Joshua green both. Oakland but they were unable to locate the third suspect walked in on the video they're kind of laughing and shaking An, obviously got, into the car together together together so we think that their friends and probably. From the Oakland or East Bay Lieutenant Tim Lyons the. Pedal Uma police department says that Armstrong in green were not cooperating with them and not. Telling them, who the third person was the images of the unidentified, man have been circulated to. Police departments across. The bay area sabbaticals cinema west medical center is set to close, its emergency room have become a long term acute. Care facility the hospital is expected to close its emergency department on September sixteenth and will change its, name to pseudomonas specialty hospital the move is approved. Last week when owners approved a management services agreement with the Modesto based group the hospital has faced financial difficulties since it reopened in, two thousand. Fifteen Lake County officials are identifying a motorcyclist, that was killed Tuesday as a sixty six year, old man from Finley Richard Saul calc was writing. On stone drive and Finley when a pickup truck turned into the motorcycles path Trying to turn into. A driveway so Kelly died at the scene but the pickup drivers seventy. Three year old Kenneth leap of Kelsey Ville was not injured in the incident the crash remains under investigation Santa Rosa police are learning. Motors that they are setting up a DUI checkpoint somewhere somewhere in the city tomorrow night. Officers will, stop drivers to check for alcohol and drug impairment as well as valid licenses from. Seven o'clock tomorrow. Night to three o'clock Saturday morning checkpoints are set up periodically to, help reduce the number of DUI drivers on the. Streets in the highways officers don't reveal ahead of time the exact location of checkpoint a Bill that, would allow for safe injection sites is heading back. To the assembly after passing in the Senate this week California Senator Jeff stone opposes assembly Bill one eighty six saying it will only, make it. Easier for people to do illegal drugs what, we are becoming now is the neighbors to help Help our troubled citizens band condone this. Dangerous practice, of injecting heroin with governmental approval AB one eighty six was altered to become a three. Year pilot program specific to San Francisco it would allow the city to designate to safe injection sites her IV drug users San Francisco mayor London breed hopes it will solve the city's chronic problem with, discarded needles and syringes hither program proved. Successful it could lead the way for a statewide policy it is seven ten at ks. SRO the best defense against ticks and tick borne disease If you're selling a homing Sonoma County you know the fires have. Changed everything is more important than ever to have an, agent who really knows the market that's. Why you should call Mike Kelly it's a different landscape these days you're dealing with insurance companies lawyers. Inspectors I can help you get through all of this stuff and sell, your home the right way. With.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Nora raum Russia is confirming its received a letter from President Trump to Russian President Putin the White House says the letter delivered by Senator rand Paul was a letter of introduction, and it mentioned topics at the Senator wanted to discuss with Putin from Moscow Charles means has more Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov said that Putin was not yet aware. Of the letters contents according to a statement by Paul and the letter calls for the US and Russia to work together on countering terrorism enhancing legislative dialogue and resuming cultural exchanges delivery of the. Letter comes nearly a month. After a controversial summit between President Trump and Putin in Helsinki. Finland afterwards Senator Paul was one of you members of congress who refused to. Criticize the president for siding, with Putin over US intelligence officials about Russia's interference in the two thousand. Sixteen presidential election from PR news I'm Charles means in Moscow we may not know for. Days who. Went Ohio special election The house seat has been held by Republicans for decades Republican Troy balder Sohn. Is leading democrat Danny O'Connor but only by about seventeen. Hundred votes with another eight thousand, provisional and absentee ballots yet to be counted NPR's Domenico Montanaro says even if baldur's does win the race was. Closer than expected and make Republicans nervous when looking ahead to the fall there are sixty nine Republican held districts that Trump carried in two thousand sixteen by less than the margin that he, won in this area or that Hillary Clinton won outright so that expands the map significantly when Democrats only need twenty three seats to take back the house NPR's. Dominican Montinaro in Kansas the Republican primary for governor is still too close to call secretary of state Chris Kobuk is leading the incumbent governor Jeff Collier but absentee ballots are still being counted primary. Results from eastern Washington state. Show a democratic woman will face a longtime Republican comment incumbent Who was, also the highest ranking woman in the US house Emily swing from north news network reports, Cathy McMorris Rogers has represented eastern, Washington state, for fourteen years this is a region dependent on agriculture that also spans the urban rural divide democratic opponent Lisa Brown says the, congresswoman is lost touch with, her constituents the way that it looks to be is that this is a referendum on, congress she says voters are speaking out against tariffs in a trade war she says they're also concerned about the cost of healthcare this year's primary ballot includes two other candidates. Than prefer the Republican party and one that identifies as a Trump populist a spokesman with the McMorris Rogers campaign says those votes. Are likely to go for the congresswoman in November's general election for NPR news. I'm Emily swing in Spokane on Wall Street the, market is mixed the Dow is down. Twenty five points the SNP is up one and a half points and the NASDAQ is up Up nine points this is NPR news from news. I'm Paul land core the Mendocino complex fire is prompted at least four Lee county school. Districts to delay, their start dates lake port upper lake Lucerne. And can knock unified school districts now plan to start mid to late August the. Delay will, affect at least fifty one hundred students like port district. Superintendent April leaper Lieberman rather says classrooms are filled with. Ash we have to have all of that cleaned up before we can have students come back so you have the. Cleaning of the buildings including the outside because, there's ashes everywhere and then you also have the air quality you have multiple things happening. At the same time the Kelsey Ville and. Middletown school districts do. Not intimate any changes Bart says the. Suspect in last Friday nights slashing incident has been, taken into custody in Oakland Dan, Brekke reports the transit agency says that Twenty-seven-year-old. Solomon Espinoza was taken into custody. Near Laney college by. US marshals task force Espinoza was wanted in connection with a Friday night incident at MacArthur station in. Which he, allegedly cut to, men with a box cutter neither. Victim suffered life threatening injuries that attack came, less than two weeks after three barred homicides including the July twenty second stabbing, that took, the life of, eighteen year old Neo Wilson. That incident also occurred at MacArthur in response the transit agency cancelled regular days off for. Its police force to increase patrols and tomorrow the Bart board of directors will discuss, a twenty seven million dollar proposal to improve. Safety on the.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From k. q. e. news I'm Tiffany Damn high the Mendocino, complex fire has prompted at least four Lake County school districts to, delay their start dates lake port upper lake Lucerne and can knock tie unified school district's now plans to start mid to late August the delay will affect at least fifty, one hundred students lake port district superintendent April Lieberman says classrooms are. Filled with ash we have. To, have all of that cleaned up before, we can have students come back so you have the cleaning of the buildings including. The outside because there's ash everywhere and then you also have the air quality of multiple things happening at the same time. The Kelsey Ville in Middletown school districts will have a normal start date and. Do not anti-state changes a series of malfunctions that shells Martinez refinery last month were more serious than the company initially acknowledged, that's according to a new report, the oil giant filed with contra Costa county. Cake Ted Goldberg. Reports on July six the county issued a health advisory after. Shell said The. Problem with the compressor unit caused. A fire it turns out there were four malfunctions at the refinery over three days that led to. The release, of close to nine thousand pounds of gas a mechanical failure caused a loss of pressure inside one. Unit then shell accidentally extinguished all the pilots on its flares which are used, to burn off gases during problems at the. Refinery two hours later on oil fire triggered another unit to go off line and two. Days later another malfunction that show has yet to detail caused another round of flaring. Shell says it's working on a series of changes to prevent similar. Incidents I'm.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The news is coming up next Live from. NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman primary results are coming in from four states and from a special election for, the twelfth, congressional district in Ohio Republican ROY baldur's, and has. A small lead over democrat Danny O'Connor but there are enough outstanding absentee and provisional ballots left account that the race could go either way NPR's Domenico Montanaro says the strong showing by the democrat in the Republican district is a warning to other Republican candidates Trump won this district by eleven percentage. Points in the two thousand sixteen election and to quantify this think about this Democrats need twenty. Three seats to take back the house there are sixty nine seats that are held by Republicans right now that either Trump won by less than this district or that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen that is a huge gap and puts a whole lot more potential seats in play NPR's Domenico Montanaro in Kansas Republican primary for governor Is. Too close to. Call income and Jeff Collier has a small lead over secretary of state Chris co Bach who was backed by President, Trump, the, star witness in the federal government's Bank, fraud case. Against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort returns to the witness stand today NPR's Carrie Johnson reports Rick gates is enduring a tough cross examination Rick gates has already faced questions about his lies embezzlement an extramarital affair he's the former business partner of Paul Manafort he pleaded guilty in February and agreed. To testify against his old boss the defense is putting gates on trial they're highlighting his memory. Lapses innovations but prosecutors will get a chance to rehabilitate their witness and they say his version of events is corroborated by emails and documents Carrie Johnson NPR news Washington the mayor of Saint Paul is promising to release body camera video from police killing last weekend as Matt Sepik of Minnesota public radio Reports to officers opened fire on forty three year old Billy Hughes while responding to a nine one one. Call about a shooter at an apartment Hughes family and friends. Are demanding, the immediate release of footage captured by the officers body worn cameras Saint Paul mayor Melvin Carter says the video will be, made public as soon as state investigators interview. The officers and other, witnesses and Hughes family views the video privately. Carter says he doesn't want to jeopardize the investigation. We are doing what. We believe in the best interests of transparency. And accountability for our city Hughes friends say he was a member of. The white earth Ojibway tribe a lover. Of rock music and, a prolific, handyman for NPR news I'm Matt Cy pick in Saint. Paul on Tuesday the Trump administration announced it would impose new tariffs on. China these, had been, announced. Previously they target sixteen billion dollars in Chinese imports the terrorists will be twenty, five percent on the affected goods you're listening to n. PR news. From, KiKi weedy news good morning. I'm Tiffany can high a bipartisan group of California. Lawmakers is calling. On President Trump to approve additional, support for northern California residents affected by wildfires kick guy marzorati reports twenty-five congress members are asking the president to declare. A major disaster in Mendocino, lake and Napa counties Republicans and Democrats. From around the state signed onto the requests including Nancy Pelosi and Kevin McCarthy. It comes as the Mendocino complex fire the largest in state history continues to. Burn in Mendocino lake in collusive counties a major disaster declaration would release federal. Funds to help residents with things like unemployment assistance, and temporary housing President Trump has already approved a major disaster. Declaration for Shasta county residents, hit by the car fire I'm God marzorati. Cake news the Mendocino complex fire has prompted at least four. Lake County school districts To delay their start dates lake. Port upper lake Lucerne and cannot tie unified school districts now plan to start mid to late August pending wildfire containment the. Delay will. Affect at least fifty one hundred students lake port. District superintendent April Lieberman says classrooms are filled with ash we have to have all of that cleaned up before we can. Have students come back so you have the cleaning of the buildings including me outside because there's, ash everywhere and then you also have the air quality of, multiple things happening, at the same. Time the Kelsey Ville and Middletown school. Districts will have a normal start date and do not anticipate changes I'm Tiffany. Cam high cake you eating us.

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Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship

All Things Considered

05:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump proposal would make it harder for legal immigrants to gain citizenship

"Doc judge on one day it may seem as though he's attacking the prosecution in on the next day, as we entered the defense's case, he will be attacking them as well. We'll hear about the biggest wildfire and modern California history, whether cutting down trees makes wildfires less intense and tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia over human rights. It's trying to tell the international community that if you're companies want a piece of the pie in Saudi Arabia, they'd better not criticize us. First, these headlines. Live from NPR news in. Washington I'm Jack Speer Paul manafort's former business partner Rick gates took the. Stand today for a second straight day as NPR's miles parks explains he was the only witness to testify in the endured a tough. Cross examination manafort's defense team is intent on string Rick gates, credibility, as a witness, there was, clear again when defense attorney Kevin downing probe gates on Tuesday, gates is he helped metaphor commit financial fraud by hiding money from the IRS and. Accounts overseas and lying banks to get loans but downing ask gates how he could possibly be trusted by the, jury the defense attorney asked about an. Extramarital affair gates had decade ago about the hundreds of, thousands of dollars Gates's admitted embezzling for Manafort gates is expected to take the stand again when court. Resumes Wednesday morning miles parks NPR news nearly fourteen thousand firefighters are battling seventeen major wildfires in California a pair, of fires in northern California. Have, combined become The largest fire in the state's history scorching more than two hundred. Ninety thousand acres. Kqed.org Tiffany Cam high reports. Mendicino complex is to fires burning about one hundred and twenty. Miles north of San Francisco. Persistent hot and dry weather have helped it grow too. It's unprecedented size here's. Cal fire spokeswoman Heather Williams it remains to be, very active it has. Limited access for our crews and it's, burning it, heavy fuel allows so it continues to pose challenges, to fire crews meanwhile triple digit weather extremely low humidity and gusty winds continue to complicate the fight. Further north near the city of reading where the car fire has been. Burning for more than two weeks for NPR news I'm Tiffany Cam high relatives with a man shot to death by police officers in. Saint Paul Minnesota have joined in calls for the immediate release, a, police body Cam, footage and, the nine one one call it preceded his death bureau of, criminal apprehension in a statement today saying Forty-three-year-old William James Hughes. Died of multiple. Gunshot wounds early Sunday morning when. Officers responded to a call of shots fired and apartment building Melvin Carter's the city's mayor I am reiterating. My call, for a transparent. Thorough in timely investigation including release of body Cam footage as soon as possible so far, there's, been no details about what happened at the scene. Police say Hughes. Was armed use relatives, and their. Supporters held a vigil last night. At the Minneapolis American Indian center US employers were posting more. Help wanted ads. In June than they were the previous month the. Labor, Department reporting job, openings rose, by three thousand to just over six point six million that number is actually higher than the number of people searching for work and close to APRIL's figure of six point. Eight million a record high stocks powered higher today with the broader market up after some strong. Second quarter earnings numbers for major corporations Dow gained, a hundred and twenty six points the s. and p. five hundred closed up eight points today the NASDAQ rose twenty three points, you're listening to NPR From news I'm Tara Siler south bay congresswoman Zoe Lofgren is bashing and. Expected proposal from the Trump administration that would make it tougher for legal. Immigrants to get green cards and citizenship if they have used public programs like ObamaCare according to an NBC news report the proposal could impact imigrants even if it was their American family members who used. A Bama care children's health insurance, or food stamps Lofgren says immigrants on welfare are, already in. Eligible to become citizens or residents is to try and get Trump's core voters to double down on the idea that, immigrants are cheaters and, welfare recipients really that's completely false Lofgren expects the proposal to be tied up in litigation if introduced at least, four Lake County unified school districts had delayed their start date due to the Mendocino complex. Fires lake port. Upper lake Lucerne and can ACTA. Unified school districts anticipate Starting the new school year in mid to late August depending on how the fire is controlled by those dates the delay will affect at least fifty one hundred students in the area, lake. Port district superintendent. April April Lieberman says the classrooms are currently filled with ash so we have to have all of that cleaned up before we can have students come back so you have the cleaning, of the buildings. Including the outside because there's ash everywhere And then you also have the air quality you, have multiple things happening at the same time Kelsey Ville and Middletown unified. School district's we'll have a normal start date and do not intimate any changes as of now I'm.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hard. Headed judge in fact he, said today the prosecutors you. May not, use the word oligarch, find it for. Word he has degrees. For Princeton Harvard and Oxford us good I mean it's not Chico state but it's good it's not is. It the president also called on, attorney general Jeff Sessions. To put an end to the Muller investigation right now but according. To, the White House that's just an opinion it's not necessarily a policy or a direct order from the president, also the man that we have in custody here in Los Angeles for killing a woman. In New York says he's killed seven women and the voices in his head made him do it right now we are. Talking though about the fires, authorities up, there, in Shasta county are still looking for four people who remain missing this is after that fire Swept through neighborhoods in the reading area destroyed more than a thousand homes we saw this soon after the the fire the tubs fire that was, burning in sonoma's Napa counties back. In October that there was a huge list of people hundreds. Of names, as a matter, of fact, of people that were were missing or at least not located. Is probably the better way, to put it and then. Once they, actually put out a, list of names. Then a lot of. People said hey I didn't even realize you guys were looking for me I'm fine we're good we just. Went to a friend's house that, sort of thing so. Yesterday we told her I think it was nineteen was the number. At, one point investigators said they found sixteen people safe by yesterday within two hours of releasing that list of, names but there are still four the Ferguson fire that's the one near Yosemite that has. Shut down the park in the height of tourist season that grew overnight about five thousand acres of growth but containment lines. Growing as well this is Day twenty of this fire and we're looking at sixty three thousand acres burned. The closures of assembly valley will won't a, road and the giant sequoias and hetch hetchy have, been extended for another, five days full containment isn't expected until August, fifteenth so I would expect it to I mean if you have plans to go to seminary in the next ten days I don't know how good. Those look I bet they do not I bet they don't, open reopen this until they it's, full, containment and then a little bit after that with the. Way the. Smokes probably. Sitting in the valley because it's just, if nothing else is. Just unhealthy to be there, the Mendocino complex fires the ones burning in Mendocino and lake counties there's two of them they're still hundred degree temperatures they're winds of up to fifteen miles an, hour that have swelled the, ranch and river. Fires that's what they're called the river ranch fire just outside upper lake the north end of clear lake and the river fires west of the, town of Kelsey Ville they have. Combined to Two more than eighty thousand acres that was an increase of about twelve, thousand from the night before so this. Is this is getting out. Of hand as well and we're seeing hundreds of, firefighters literally now from around the world because Cal fire officials were able to convince Australia and New Zealand firefighters to come here hey guys if you've got nothing to do I. Mean I know it's, middle of winter where you are but might. As well come on. Up get some extra training. So they're going to be on their way here if they're not already here I'm looking at. A map of the country and all the states that have sent. Firefighters Oregon Idaho Montana Wyoming South Dakota Colorado Nevada Arizona, New Mexico miss Michigan Wisconsin Maine New. Jersey Maryland Georgia Florida Mata inmates yes those guys are getting getting, their, money's, worth, what, are they, get, paid, three, bucks a, day or, something, like, that dollar, eighty, five, day Then the fire that we. Told you about from this morning appears to be thankfully well. Under control at this point but this was near seamy, valley up, on the tapa canyon areas second alarm Bill, fire was reported about eight thirty this morning Ventura County fire says it reached just under ten acres they believe and even though it was spreading pretty rapidly they, were able to get a hold, of it and get it out and controlled before things got out of control because because every. Firefighter lives in Simi valley there's that every law enforcement officer they knew they knew that this thing had. Had they allowed it to. Get out of control it's, only going. To get hotter and seamy valley is going to, be up into the, nineties, again today so this could have been this. Could have been very? Very bad so they were able to get that. Out very very quickly But they had to did they did have to call on. A second alarm so helicopters hand crews bulldozers water tenders all made their way up into tap Kanye but. Again under ten acres looks. Like this thing is going, to be. Not a big deal they've they're just mopping it, up now Excellent, news well we will stay on top of this obviously KFI news has done an outstanding job of staying on top of the fires as, well it is going to be a long. Year it is going to be all the attention, is on northern California there. Was the the fire near Idyllwild but I'm looking. Up into the hills, yesterday in the, San Gabriel valley and just looking at all. The fuel, and and that's what they're they're finding in northern California out this reading this is. Land, that hasn't been burned in years Well and the problem with, the around the assembly area has always been the The bark. Beetles in the, dead, trees dying just causing it's not just normal dry fuel it's. Explosive fuel yes and it catches so quickly spread so quickly that they. Are, they're having a hard time getting out in front of stuff like that You know what's interesting though as as I was. Driving home yesterday because we spent so much time talking about the fires All the ways from if you come. Up four or five four o. five from just at sunset perhaps from that point all. The, way up to the grapevine I don't think you can travel and not see a burn. Scar from a recent fire. Yeah and that goes all the way back when I moved here in in two thousand. Four there had been a fire I wanna say late two thousand three sort of up in the Newhall pass Stevenson ranchera you could still see burned fence posts and. Burned out trees from. That fire fifteen years ago and the two, or three fires that. Have burned, in those same areas since then you, can't you can't travel up by five without seeing burn scars all around all right. Coming up next, it looks like. Unfortunately the LAPD chief. Has said that officers, have killed, a hostage for the first time in thirteen years they've released video there is a lawsuit that is was just Announced, by family members the children of the woman killed so we'll. Talk about all of that. When we come back during Shannon will.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" 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,.

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KGO 810

"Contained firefighters continue to battle that fire. In California national, guard battalion commander Andrew Hanson says the destruction caused by the car fire is very similar to what you would find in other countries where there are wars and destruction really, looks, like, something from world Has it's very surreal kind of liking it to some. Of the devastation you see overseas and other countries and he's just not used. To seeing that here in the United States six people have died more than one hundred sixteen thousand acres burned the river and the ranch buyers collectively known as the Mendocino complex fire still. Burning out of control those fires are threatening more than twelve thousand residents and lake in Mendocino county seven have been destroyed some people living in Mendocino, and lake counties are back home. After being evacuated from the Kelsey Ville. And Finley areas many of the people returning home last night or apparently more worried about looters. Then the fires themselves o. eight tenths Terry rousting the ranch fire has burned more than fifty one thousand acres and it's ten percent contained. The river fire, more than twenty eight thousand acres it has twelve percent contained a fourteen foot long python that went missing after a pet store was evacuated during a wildfire near reading Have been found safe Sandra dodge strike owner of reading reptiles says. That snake was placed into a plastic Ben and brought to a home after flames from the car fire moved closer last week she said the lavender albino reticulation python. Named Aries slithered out of the Ben sometime Saturday no worries it was found. Yesterday coiled up in. The milk crate federal prosecutors say former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort funneled tens of millions of dollars through offshore accounts. None of the charges which stem from the two thousand four to two thousand. Six years are connected to inspector general's Russia meddling investigation correspondent Joe Johns if convicted Manafort is facing a maximum sentence of over three hundred years on eighteen charges including filing false tax returns. Failing to report foreign Bank accounts and defrauding several banks his trial enters day two today geo eight.

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KSRO

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

"In California this I told you this is kind of a first our today we got a lot of news, to, catch, up on these fires in California are I mean I don't know where you want to start I don't I don't even know where to start because of the enormous amount of damage I'm, looking at the record searchlight. Newspaper which is the newspaper in a Redding California and they are saying that the one fire which is still going has already wiped, out one thousand two hundred and thirty. Six structures that? Apparently they, have some containment. But it is not contained. And the other thing that that is popping up in this, particular, story they're talking about in their newspaper is the. Reading police department their burden that they have on them why you. Say because yes there are looters they asked people to leave they've ordered evacuations. And And what do you get you get people leave and then the bad guys come in and start breaking into homes so some people are not leaving because of that, ready story about a guy. That with a garden hose is what down his house he's got lawn sprinklers going he's got everything he can possibly do he sent, his wife and children to safety but. He's saying to? Try and, save the home. And also guard against looters. I can't think of You know I don't know what. The pecking order I know the pecking order, in prison for child molesters is right at the bottom I don't know where. These guys come in And the thing about fires I've said it. A. Thousand times, of the problem with fires is if. Somebody breaks into your house from burglar comes in and steals a laptop or steals. A TV or something along those lines okay It's very disruptive and you feel violated and the door is broken or the window is broken whatever it might be you've got some. Expenses But when your house is burned to the ground, you see the you. See the television video There's nothing there's, there's the there's the fireplace And everything else is Ashish everything, if you. Left something. Important. In your, home it's gone If you love something important in your car, it's gone So I just find this one of the. More tragic natural disasters that you can have, out there And this natural in the. Sense that there was. Apparently a car that had some mechanical problems and a spark from this car that's all it took Set this fire off this car fire up in a c a r r car set. Off the car fire And the reading area but now they've, got more fires around Mendocino around you Kyra around Lake County there's a bunch of, fires and they are still after sixteen active wildfires burning right now Over, one hundred thousand acres just twenty seven percent of. The car fire is, contained as? Of this morning but they've got another fire, also over. At Yosemite were they close Yosemite national park we who would want to go there anyways It's nothing but smoke So the fire season for those who, are not from California The fire season is usually in the fall. Usually around October. The sun has been shining. All summer long everything. Is dry you get to the fall everything. Is Super Dry it doesn't rain in California for months months During the summertime mean. You may get one rainfall I'm not exaggerating And then that's it. And so you gotta wait, for the rains come in. Round November so before November before thanksgiving, it's dry is Driza bone and so you get a little spark and that's where the fires usually are. Are in October So here we are in July And last year was the. Most destructive fire season on record Killed forty four people This one is catching up very. Fast and dangerous way so now we also are getting, reports of South west Oregon is also on fire Grants. Pass area they have some. Fires there so this is It's absolutely tragic What are these Kelsey, Ville and Finley these are little tiny towns and. Beautiful forested areas I always, thought if you want to build a, house out in the forest you're asking for it But a lot of these this reading fire came right down into the city, right into the city At a press conference earlier today Chris Harvey from Cal fire says the danger is not over people still need to be packed and ready to go because the fire behavior could still be very a changing and shifty are. We want folks in this, area to still be ready to evacuate on a moment's notice if needed Yeah Yeah I don't know how you go to sleep at. Night I really don't Scott McLean also from Cal fires at every time to make. Progress another fire in the state gets bigger of yesterday. Evening we're looking at seventeen throughout the state of. California As we progress each. Day, you know getting better for those different types of fires. Right now unfortunately other fires you're taking the car for two hundred ten thousand acres. Over the night the complex was south west of the. Car fire only seventy four thousand last night also Hope to see some weather changes the latter part of this week in. Today Well yes and that weather change the question is where's that hot weather going and. We have forecasters here on the east coast saying it's common across the country so next week for. A lot of you that are not experiencing super heavy hot weather right now apparently it is this this high pressure system. In the heat is is going to be working, its way across the country I'm looking at the. The Redding California newspapers website and they're saying it's one hundred and one today A hundred and three tomorrow? One hundred and one on Thursday a hundred and two on Friday so I hope. This fire official is right that they're hoping for better weather but I mean the the other part. That you that you don't understand unless you live in California and people in California don't understand that the rest of the. Country doesn't understand it is that the rest of, us have have high do points and high humidity That's that's that's moisture in the air they don't have those in California do points and the humidity is bone. Dry I mean it's an old joke about you know even Las Vegas they joke about well it's hard but it's a dry heat yeah Like broiling but it's but it is dry the. Problem with, the with the the heat, is your, hot everything you, own is hot, your, door handles, on your car are scorching. Hot But there's no humidity. There's no do point everything is so Tinder dry That all it. Takes is literally a spark So Scott McLean again from Cal fire says he thinks the weather conditions are going to get a little, bit better flirting Thursday who I've just read looking at temps are starting to drop medically Humidity's will start to rise as well so hopefully that'll calm down some of these fires where, we can get into direct clarify Mary's fires Yeah it was one hundred and ten the other day when, fire broke out That's what Bakersfield dot com is. Reporting one hundred one hundred thirteen I'm sorry you was. One. Hundred and thirteen so I guess being one hundred one today feels better Tragic I, mean this is another natural disaster that we need to reach out Red Cross or whoever your favorite charity is to see how to help these. People we'll be right back the.

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KSRO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

"Eighty nine In the chaos are row newsroom twelve percent containment for the Mendocino complex fires. As of this morning the ranch and river. Fires have burned a combined total seventy four thousand. Acres with ten buildings being destroyed seven of those residences state Senator Mike McGuire says he hopes for the best in the next twenty four hours the witching hour is what we call it starting at one thirty win hot weather started going in this fire consistently over. The last four days has just exploded in. The afternoon or lead me the fires are now threatening lake port Kelsey Ville and the small communities of big valley and Finley in, Lake, County, evacuations are in place for all those communities roughly two thousand fire personnel. Are battling the flames, no injuries have been reported cause of the fires remains under investigation as. For the car firing reading and has. Grown to over a hundred and ten thousand acres currently at twenty seven percent containment six people have died including two firefighters. And over a thousand struck Pictures have been destroyed I'm day entre CEOs With Saddam counties most accurate dependable forecast here's Stacy James on the ks SRO weather watch generally sunny today as well as breezy with some smoky conditions due to the fires and highs in the mid eighty s. Clearing tonight in the low fifties than Wednesday debuts mostly sunny with winds to fifteen miles per hour and mid eighties for, highs and lows dropping to the low fifties more clouds and wind on Thursday with temps in the mid eighties and lows in the low fifties depend on whether, every, thirty, minutes, on FM news talk one zero three five and ninety four. Or five ks SRO From New York City to, the world Tom hi world and specifically high the fires.

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KSRO

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" 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..

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"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

"Temperatures, are continuing today at eighty seven degrees sixty eight on the coast with, sunny skies after some morning clouds clear skies tonight low fifty three sunny for. Wednesday and Thursday sticking in the mid eighties around. Seventy on the coast and, so far. This morning fifty two degrees in Sebastopol fifty three in rohnert park and in Santa Rosa two it's eight oh seven at k. SRO yes we're. Talking fires once again this morning and the, river and ranch fires known as the Mendocino complex. Fires doubled, in size again Monday, gained about five thousand. Acres, overnight and are now threatening lake. Port Kelsey Ville and the tiny communities of big valley and Finley in, Lake, County evacuations are in place for some of those. Communities this is Cal fire's Lynn Thomas off this is truly the beginning. Of the, worst fires from we. Spoke out to go. Two thousand. Firefighters on the. Scene more help has been requested And is being delivered to that area for Cal fire the two fires have destroyed, over seventy four thousand acres so far and several homes as well twelve percent containment for both fires collectively at this. Point new numbers on the, car fire this morning car fire burning in Shasta county. Now at close to one, hundred ten. Thousand acres perhaps more and containment, is up to twenty seven percent from twenty three percent yesterday crews. Made progress yesterday on the deadly blaze which has killed. Six, people including two children the wildfire has now destroyed over eight hundred homes, the continues to threaten more than four thousand structures meanwhile mandatory evacuation orders remain. In place for about thirty eight thousand people while. Over thirty six hundred personnel, continue to. Battle the blaze that broke out July twenty third yeah. The car fire now the seventh most destructive in California history just behind the nuns fire Here in sonoma's county last October Santa Rosa rent control it won't be on the ballot. This November the effort needed nearly nine thousand signatures. To qualify it got more than that problem was. Election, officials invalidated over three thousand signatures for various reasons that petition would have capped to rent increases on apartments built before nineteen ninety-five in Santa Rosa the north bay. Organizing, project which was behind, that drive, will meet next month to, consider its options moving forward Ten minutes after eight o'clock good morning from k. SRO brought to you by light can.

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KSRO

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey ville" Discussed on KSRO

"Fifty three eighty five four tomorrow sunny then also for Thursday temperatures around seventy on the coast yes Ben cooking out there, for a while that's for sure fifty one degrees in Healdsburg this. Morning and in Petaluma fifty two in Santa Rosa weather brought to you. By Dr Walter Tom of the aesthetic, laser and, vein center schedule a free consultation. Four sell. FINA the only. FDA proven way to get rid of cellulite you too can. Look younger by Monday call five four to vain for more six, oh seven in the news it doubled in size again on Monday the river. And ranch fires known as the Mendocino complex. Fires are, now. Threatening lake port Kelsey Ville and the small communities of big valley and Finley in Lake County evacuations are in. Place for all those. Communities, Cal fires Lynn tell Mitch off Worked on July this is truly the beginning of buyers gate from we've spoke out to go, two thousand firefighters now on the scene for, the Mendocino, fires more help has been requested from Cal fire the two. Fires, have destroyed over sixty eight thousand acres. So far and. Several homes just five percent containment at this point now the car fire burning in Shasta county is now at a close, two hundred and four thousand acres containment up to twenty three percent. Crews made progress yesterday on the deadly blaze which is killed six people. Including two children the wildfire has now, destroyed over, eight hundred homes and continues to. Threaten more. Than four thousand, structures meanwhile mandatory evacuation orders remain in place for about thirty. Eight thousand people while over thirty six hundred personnel continue to battle, the blaze broke out on July twenty third fortunately some of those folks have. Been able to go home in the reading. Area meanwhile, though. The reading and Lake port police departments have arrested a number of looting suspects as car fire evacuees are. Becoming victims of theft a lot of people are loading their cars with their valuables to. Take with them so hopefully the items that remain in the home or stuff that you know hey it's stuff that's like. Port, acting mayor mayor an Turner issued a stern warning on Facebook to looters that increased patrols and a zero tolerance policy or in effect as fires continue to burn across Mendocino lake Shasta county's the steel fire burning in Napa. County near leak various is now seventy five percent contained yes the blaze broke out late Saturday afternoon. Off, steel canyon road and the various highlands area it is burned about one hundred fifty acres of fires destroyed age structures and damaged four others cause of that. Fire, remains, under investigation Santa Rosa rent control it won't be on the ballot this November. The, effort needed nearly nine Nine thousand signatures to qualify it got nine. Thousand and more problem was election officials invalidated over three thousand signatures for various, reasons, the petition would have capped rent increases, on, apartment buildings built before nineteen ninety-five in the city the north bay organizing project which was behind that, drive will meet next month to consider its options and did you feel it Tom no me neither would I heard about. It yeah yesterday afternoon what yeah three. Thirty, yesterday afternoon a quake it was three point seven according to the US Geological Survey and. Was centered about eight miles west of Vallejo but people felt it all, over the San Pablo bay also Nevada and Vallejo and Santa Rosa but that the. Three point three point seven yeah. People longtime residents kinda go oh yeah You might look around make sure everything's okay and then go about your business it's truth, that's where we are with you got your relatives visiting from Michigan they go get under the, table that's right doorjamb where's the door jamb. It's, six, eleven good morning from. K., SRO Hi this is Noreen Evans I'm a former state, Senator and a member of the legal team representing thousands. Of your friends and neighbors against PG any Erin Brockovich the country's top consumer. Advocate has partnered with us to make sure we're all standing together in this fight Aaron has taken on PG and. E. before and one and we're excited to have, her voice. On your side, Cal fire reports continue to show any equipment ignited many of the October wildfires now it's up to all of us to hold PG knee accountable and make sure tragedy. Like this doesn't happen again, you can meet.

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