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"93.1 KFBK Here now is audio clip from Vice President Kamala Harris, who was in the Bay Area yesterday at a rally for Governor Newsom. We're not only going to be doing the work of putting Gavin Newsom and exactly where we want him to be, which is as governor of California to lead as he's been leading, but we are also in this election, making the statement About who we are as a nation. The recall election is scheduled for September, 14th reports this morning, The protesters shot pellet guns at security guards for Republican front runner Larry Elder as he campaigned in Southern California. Elder spoke with Kfbk is John McGuinness. Among the topics they covered the homeless crisis. They need to get the money not to government because that I was going to bring the cat but through Donations from people like you and me who care those those. Those donation will be more plentiful when I become governor because I want to have a tax cut, giving people more star plus income so they can help things like that much more audio, many more audio clips from Governor Newsom, Vice President Harris, Caitlyn Jenner and Larry Elder throughout the show this morning, and we'll have more audio from elders interview with John McGuinness coming up in 15 minutes, former Governor Arnold Sports told CNN. This recall election is very much like the one that swept him into office in 2000 and three It's the same Kind of things that ready to people talk about blackouts, but people are not happy with education. People are not happy with what's going on with inequality Interstate. It's out of control the situation and this is why there is anger, so it's the same. There's no Arnold Schwarzenegger on the other side of the ballot is no energy whatsoever, so Newsome can hope And think quickly. Some, you know, figure out how to be honest. What thinking for a second, even as a Democrat? I don't know, but I mean, it's like in the day our people India in the race that have some really good Anzus. And they have some good solutions to the thing and then maybe they left the personality and all that stuff, So let's think you know, but they will figure it out. Schwarzenegger says. Millions of people are dissatisfied with Newsom's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. And with the wildfires that have been raging in this state, there is word this morning the Taliban will allow around 200 Americans to fly out of Afghanistan. Today, the flight is expected to land in Qatar. There's no word if the stranded Sacramento students will be on that flight. Coming up in seven minutes. We're going to roll out new audio from a local elementary school principal. He's working to get his students out of Afghanistan and how they're hiding in fear of being captured by the Taliban. We go deeper on that topic right now. In our featured audio clip time now is 505 featured audio clip this hour this morning. Nearly 50 people from the Sacramento region are trapped in Afghanistan. Including young school Children, one local school official telling kfbk that they are moving from one hiding place to another. Fearful the Taliban will capture them. There is an active effort to get them out. And until very recently, the Biden administration has denied that there is a hostage situation taking place in Afghanistan. But Secretary ST Anthony Blinken now admits that the Taliban are preventing chartered jets from taking off with Americans who want to get out. Secretary of State Blinken met with reporters at Ramstein Air Base in Germany. He is our featured audio clip this hour as of now. The Taliban are not permitting the charter flights to depart. They claim that some of the passengers do not have the required documentation. While there are limits to what we can do without personnel on the ground without an airport with normal security procedures in place. We are working to do everything in our power to support those flights. And to get them off the ground. That's what we've done. That's what we will continue to do. Specifically, we're working with NGOs with advocates with lawmakers around the clock. Help coordinate their efforts and offer guidance where we can Helping to arrange landing rights and liaise with other countries in the region. In the question of overflight. We've made clear to all parties. We made clear to the Taliban. That these charters need to be able to depart. And we continue every day. Virtually every hour to work on that. They don't have a lot of power to negotiate. No, they don't. I mean, they've said they're going to do it. Bite it, But we don't have an embassy there. So we don't have anywhere for anyone to go. They just have to go to the airport and hope that the Taliban will say yes. Your paperwork is in order. You may leave. Well, I mean, the encouraging thing this morning. Christina is the word that you just mentioned that some 200 Americans likely are going to be allowed by the Taliban to fly out on one of these or maybe more charter jets. We don't know the exact number they're supposed to land in Qatar. We'll see what happens and again. No word about the you know 50 or so Sacramento's residents who are trapped in Afghanistan if they're among them, which is interesting. I mean, we're flying a lot of people out of Afghanistan, or we did that are consider refugees that are not vetted because they don't have paperwork. You know, a lot of that. They just don't have any paperwork and documentation. So we're having to vet all those folks yet. We still have Americans that are there that can't get out. Okay, well, we'll roll out those clips from the local principle. Just a very shortly from now. Here are the top national stories.
5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System
"Some form of evacuation this morning. The defense system designed to protect Kabul airport took down as many as five rockets on Monday. Here's NBC's Tracy Park this morning reports of a rocket strike and gunfire. Near Kabul's international airport after an explosion Sunday. Signs of dangerous the U. S continues evacuations ahead of tomorrow's deadline. U. S official said. The automated system detects incoming rockets and uses a machine gun to destroy them before they can
Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.
"Remains of the 13 service members killed in last Thursday's suicide bombing outside the Kabul airport have landed at Delaware's Dover Air Force Base president and Mrs Biden on hand. ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz one by one, They come off the plane in battle dress uniforms and white gloves. Teams from the Army, Navy and Marines carrying their fallen brothers and sisters in arms, These young, courageous Americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey. Gate of Kabul's airport to protect American citizens and Afghans trying to evacuate.
Reagan Presidential Library Adds COVID-19 Mandates for Special Event Visitors
ESPN Explores Sports-Betting Deal Worth at Least $3 Billion
"A few short years ago. But, of course, sports betting has come a long way in terms of being acceptable. So ESPN, one of the biggest brand in all of sport, is looking at a deal where they would license their brand to sports books at Caesars or draft kings. And if they cut a deal, it's going to be worth probably at least $3 billion to ESPN in a licensing deal for their
Galt Officer Dies After Crash While en Route to Caldor Fire
"99 officer harm under gray wall was responding to the Calgary fire with another officer when their patrol car was struck by a Dodge Ram pickup on Sunday. The second officer, Capri Herrera, is hospitalized after the crash that also killed the driver of the Dodge The fast moving Dixie Fire will likely see an increase in fire
Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul
"U. S Service members were killed and 18 others wounded in a complex attack around Kabul's airport today. CBS News Pentagon correspondent CAMI McCormick has the latest Hard day today, the Central Command's general Kenneth Mackenzie, on the attacks in Kabul. Two suicide bombers assessed to have been Isis fighters detonated in the vicinity of the abbey Gate at Hamid Karzai International Airport and in the vicinity of the Baron Hotel, which is immediately adjacent. He says Isis gunmen then opened fire on civilians and military forces. McKenzie says the evacuation mission will continue. Even though there are more imminent threats, including rocket attacks and vehicle borne suicide bombers. That could happen, he says. At any
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"Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. His forecast brought to you by true mortgage currently 50 degrees in Truckee and 66 degrees in Lincoln. And there's 93.1 Km. All right, let's check in with Kelly Brothers now over Cap trust and find for Out what's going on in the market and what's on your mind. Kelly? Oh, it's uh, the market is just his dog days of summer time, you know, earnings season just about over. Big fed meeting where a lot of discussions happen, canceled or actually turn into a virtual presentation. So the speeches will still be there. But the conversations inside meetings certainly won't Um, so it's just kind of quiet. The FDA did grant full approval to the Pfizer vaccine that has real meaning for a lot of companies who want to mandate that their employees get vaccinated. We have fast food wages, plus 10% in the latest quarter, so up significantly as fast food companies have to raise wages if they're going to get any employees to come back in and work. And we have home sales numbers for July. The inventory is down 12% from a year ago, the median home price across the country 360,000 or so, which is up about 18% from one year ago. Let's check the real time numbers. Dow Up to 57 at 35 3 77 NASDAQ Up to 11 the S and P up 42 points or just about exactly 1% gold up 23 cryptocurrencies flying high as well Today. Oil up over 5.5% Now at 65 57 a barrel 10 year bond yield one and a quarter percent. All right, Kelli. Thanks so much. Here's Kitty O'Neil. Hi, Christina and Sam this afternoon, we'll talk to the president of the Metro Chamber here in Sacramento about vaccination mandates. Okay. Kitty O'Neil's program begins at four o'clock this afternoon. Time for what? You're what happened for this Monday, August 23rd what he have Albert? Yes, the first year I'm starting off with as the year 1978 game is over, and Kobe Bryant final memory for us is a 60 point game. That was the final game..
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"Very heavy from the five connected after about 59th Street. That's into that construction zone. Traffic on the tens every 10 Minutes morning. Good afternoon from the Bonnie leading the way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 km be gay. Sunshine today with a high of 83 to 87 a moonlit sky tonight with a low of 53 to 57 Sunny tomorrow and Wednesday, the high Tomorrow 81 to 85 Wednesdays. I 84 to 88 macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 59 degrees in Sacramento with stories trending on the KFBK Morning news and we begin with the recall election this morning. Democrats targeting recall candidate Republican Larry Elder who leads in recent polls and election to recall Governor Newsom. Democrats have filed a complaint with the Fair Political Practices Commission that alleges elder failed to properly report his income for his business. The commission will decide within 14 days whether or not they will fully investigate this complaint. KFBK, California Wildfire Watch a service of beeline construction, reconstructing homes and lives since 1994 the Kaldor fire in El Dorado County is now over 100,000 acres and has jumped across highway 50 threatening more remote communities in El Dorado County. Here's U. S. Forest Service Supervisor Jeff Mar Soleil with more on this stubborn five this year, what we're seeing more than ever. Is a set of fuel conditions that many of our professionals that have spent their whole careers fighting fire have never seen before. A total of.
Toxic Algae Blooms Eyed in Deaths of Family of 3 on Hiking Trail
"This morning. Investigators say toxic algae blooms may have caused the deaths of a California couple, their one year old daughter and the family dog. The Mariposa family was found dead along a Sierra National Forest trail this week. Police say there's no visible body trauma in autopsies and toxicology tests will be conducted on the family and on the
Amazon to Stream Academy of Country Music Awards in 2022
"May need a new subscription to see a long running away. Court show. Amazon has acquired the rights to the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards, saying it will mark the first time a major awards show has been live streamed exclusively genus Rivetti Bloomberg Radio. Here's Bob
Rattlesnake Rattles Use Auditory Illusion to Trick Human Brains
"That rattlesnakes? Yes. What about them? We see a lot of them this time of year. They had figured out that the rattle of a rattlesnake is a whole another language on its own. Okay? Yeah. This is out of National Geographic this morning and that rattlesnakes have evolved to try to trick humans into thinking they're closer than they are. So we think they're closer than they are because they change the frequency of their rattles. You know? I'm not so I'm not sure that I really care how close they are. If I hear that rattle, I'm I'm out. Yeah, I know. I appreciate you don't have to trick me. I appreciate this trying to warn me, but I mean things like they're finding out things that ground squirrels can use a rattlesnakes rattling frequency to tell how dangerous the snake is, and they know that snakes that have just given birth. Are more aggressive with their rattles. Oh, I would imagine. So it's very interesting
Les Paul's Number One Goes Up for Auction
"Oaks Theatre festival dot com. Thanks, Kendall. Nice job. Thank you, everyone for trying Appreciate that less. This is amazing to me right here. If you're a music fan, this is amazing. Les Paul, his number one Gibson guitar. Is headed to auction Les Paul. Unbelievable. The most historically significant valuable Pivotal, important guitar. Of Les Paul is up for sale. The earliest approved model of the Gibson Les Paul, owned by Les Paul himself. I mean, the earliest approved model of this great guitar. Les Paul, himself, known affectionately as Number one is headed to auction. The law is going to be part of the upcoming exceptional sale taking place
Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town
"Exploding in the last 24 hours. The cow fire now was re rebounding folks from the Dixie Fire to help out and those displaced in the Dixie fire or trying to secure relief funds to the hell to help with the loss of businesses and homes. Traffic and weather together
Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire
"Customers in 18 counties to prevent winds from knocking down power lines and starting more fires. Cal Fire says the caliber fire has now burned 30,000 acres is 0% contained and to the North California's largest wildfire in history. The Dixie fires burning within eight miles of the city of Susan Ville.
Halle Berry Sued by Former UFC Fighter, Cat Zingano, Over Movie
"This is very sweet when you know to get a finish. Um uh um You know, I've always loved getting the finish. I've always loved that thrill of the quit. That's a former UFC fighter who is suing Halle Berry TMZ reporting that Cat Zingano says that Barry didn't follow through with her promise to give her a movie role. The lawsuit claims that Barry told Zingano to keep her schedule clear in 2019 because she was perfect for the film. Barry is directing its called bruised The fighter claims to have turned down a big fight with the U. S. C and Zingano never got the part. So she's not suing for damages to get it in writing, and we talked about yesterday for the first time we had reported that Halle Berry was getting this is her directoral
Cuomo Resigns: What We Know and What's Next
"Was a shocking announcement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo This week. The three term governor of New York will step down and be replaced by Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, despite denying any claims of Sexual harassment. Cuomo said he had become too much of a distraction and wanted the state to move forward. Even as his governorship comes to an end, however, Governor Cuomo could still be facing some legal challenges. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter ski, We went up the mountain. We went down the mountain. New Yorkers flatten the curve. It wasn't all that long ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo captivated the country with his briefings about Covid 19 is frank talk and some legitimate successes bolstered his profile. With success, though, came criticism he killed thousands and thousands of people. Cuomo faced questions about an early decision to return hospital patients to nursing homes and whether his administration later tampered with statistics whether he gave friends and family access to covid 19 tests when they weren't widely available, and whether he improperly used state resources to help him write a book American Crisis. Leadership lessons from the Covid 19 pandemic. State Assemblyman Charles Levine opened an impeachment investigation in the Judiciary Committee into those allegations and the accusations of women who accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. You know when there are two women, there are more than two Charlotte Bennett was among 11 women who state Attorney General Letitia James said she believed when they talked to her investigators about Cuomo's behavior. Governor. Cuomo said his instinct was to fight but at the start of the week his top aide had told him she would resign. And Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty gave Cuomo no way out of possible impeachment. I am not negotiating any deals. On Tuesday, Cuomo announced he would resign the best way I can help now. As if I step aside, he made clear, though he thought the investigation was political and biased in my mind. I've never cross the line with anyone. But I didn't realize the extent to which the line has been redrawn.
End-to-End Encryption Now Covers Messenger Video and Audio Calls
"Facebook is extending the option to use and to an encryption for messenger voice and video calls. That means no one, including Facebook, and see or listen or know what was said Some governments have pressured the company to end the service because it is popular with people trying to hide from authorities. However, this will also keep calls from law abiding citizens from hackers and
UN Chief Says Afghanistan Spinning out of Control; US Evacuates Diplomats
"The Taliban continues to take control of parts of Afghanistan. The secretary general of the U. N. Warns Afghanistan is spiraling out of control. US Marines have arrived in Kabul to support the evacuation. ABC News Could troop contributor Tom Bossert was a former homeland security adviser to President Trump and criticizes how President Biden is handling the withdrawal. He's now this month continued to say We weren't there. The Nation state build And not acknowledge some of the other, more obvious counterterrorism objectives of our presence there, and the timing of this has led to a very predictable Taliban
Who Qualifies for a Coronavirus Booster Shot?
"Adults with compromised immune systems receive a booster shot of a coronavirus vaccine enables all persons 12 in order to obtain a third just in the primary care series to increase the protection. This comes one day after the FDA granted emergency approval of a third dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines booster will be given to people who do not produce inadequate immune response after getting two doses of the vaccine. Specifically HIV and cancer patients. The unanimous move from the CDC advisory panel was highly anticipated as the Delta Variant continues to spread across the U. S. But during his vaccine can be distributed to adults, 18 and up fighters vaccine can be distributed People ages 12 and up.
Facebook Delays Return to Office Until January 2022
"Delaying its return to their Menlo Park office until next year. Yesterday, Facebook announced it will delay its plan to return US employees to their offices until January due to the ongoing concerns with the Covid 19 Delta variant Facebook, following other companies pushing back their returns as
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"Kfbk Some tiger under. Well, it looks like a Tiger King spinoff is not happening. After all, the show became a hit. On Netflix last year as the pandemic began and was set to continue on Amazon Prime video, But Amazon pulled the plug on the project. Nicholas Cage says he read to excellent scripts, but things that just took too long for this all to come together. He was supposed to play Joe exotic. Nicolas Cage as Joe exotic. I'm so sad that's not gonna happen. I would have been amazing cages also working, though, on a new movie where he stars as himself, and that comes out in April. So that probably an easier job to do probably would have done a great job, though I think is Tiger King. You just You just wonder, though they probably he probably looks at this and they calculate mega. This might not be a good Yeah, it's not as hot as it was during the pandemic when we're all on lockdown. 6 40. Now let's check traffic as we do every 10 minutes. And here's Brian Nobles. This report is brought by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency Right now, nothing out of the ordinary getting around Sacramento, 80 from Roseville, nine minutes to the Cap City Split Cap City. Nine. Both ways between the splitting highway 50 13 minutes to downtown from El Grove doesn't matter whether you're out of choice is five or 99 50 looks good all the way in from the foothills. Right down through the bass like great Eldorado Hills over the Scott grade through false and get down to Folsom Boulevard and downtown is just 18 minutes away from Woodland on I five no delays across the yellow bypass right past the airport. Woodland Downtown's 20 minutes 16 minutes in from Davis. He found 80 across the causeway. Just a spot of heavy traffic going the other way as you head out across the causeway at West Capital. If you're fully vaccinated, but still want to wear a face covering at work, you still can California's updated rules for Covid 19 prevention in the workplace. Protect you learn more at safer at work dot C a dot gov traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk. Sunny today. High near 90 mostly clear low tonight 57 tomorrow Sunny with a high near 86 sunny and a high around 89 the weekend as we take ahead at this point, looking.
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"News 93.1 kfbk. From California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's new 93.1 a FBK Good morning to you. 8 30 on this Monday, July 12th. I'm Christina Madonsela. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending at this hour this morning. The Wall Street Journal Reporting is expected to be announced this week that 5% of the Sacramento Kings will be sold to dial Capital New In the eight o'clock hour. A hiker is safe in Placer County after being rescued by a helicopter. Also this morning fighter expected to talk about its covid vaccine booster today with federal health officials, those stories and more straight ahead out to the roads. We go with Mr Brian Nobles supporters backed by Dewey, Past Control, West Down Highway 50. This is being described as a little bit past graduates. Hazel before Bradshaw got an accident. Reportedly, the Middle Lane is blocked and ambulances responding. CHP is on the way there as well. Details are just coming in speed sensors, so do indicate traffic is starting to back up 50 westbound just before Bradshaw. It's time Get out and enjoy life. Get rid of all those creepy critters called Dewey past and termite now with 33 branches statewide. Get Dui's free inspection and ask about the $100 radio discount search. Do we passed dot com slash radio traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the money leading the way. Home Traffic center news 93.1 kfbk. All right, Let's take a look at your weather forecast. Luckily, not as hot as it has been mostly sunny today, a bit breezy side this afternoon with a high of 91 to 95, then clear tonight with little of 56.
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"KFBK California Wildfire watch service of beeline construction, reconstructing homes and lives 1994 Flames are pushing Northeast at this hour on the Nevada border as crews fight to contain the sugar fire in Plumas County. The case. John Lowe. Bertini joins us live from the fire desk with the very latest kitty. This is the hottest part of the day on the fire lines and arguably the most dangerous. It's 95 degrees very dry and winds are blowing out of the west at 10 Miles an hour. This is Jay giggle. He's with California Incident Command. We also are hitting the head of this today with aircraft as long as we have a window crews worked diligently in there last night to protect the structures. A mandatory evacuation order is in effect for the communities of intent and chill cut about 300 homes there, But you've also got a sort of cabins and buildings in the Adam's peak area where flames are currently burning. This is spokeswoman Phyllis Ashmead, very dynamic situation What we understand it's been moving more northeastward towards the highway, 3 95 over past Adam's peak. They don't want people in there if the fire should reach their fire officials have been bracing themselves all day for the possibility Flames might jump highway 3 95, which runs along the border, and now this. The National Weather Service just issued a warning that lightning strikes in erratic winds are possible in the Beth Beckwith fire complex just to give you some idea this fire is burning north of Truckee along Highway 70 and 3 95. Kitty. The Red Cross is setting up an evacuation center in nearby Portola. All right, thank you, John Lowe Bertini reporting there. Meanwhile, officials at Yosemite National Park say last week's lightning strikes touched off as many as 18 small fires inside the park. Several of the fires have been snuffed out, while many others continue to burn in the more remote back country areas. The largest fire that's being actively attacked is located in the higher elevations about 7000 ft. South of Nevada Falls and north of Mount Star King. Officials say they will let most of the fires burn themselves out. Now let's get more news with KPK is Joe Michaels City, Northern California Obviously experiencing another round of extreme heat. Kfbk is Nick Oh, my God has has the story. Brutal triple digit temperatures are here in the Sacramento region with a high of 108.
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"Kfbk. Here's the Nuclear forecast as we head into the weekend sunny skies near 95 today, Tomorrow High of 94 Sunday, the fourth of July I is 93 degrees. Okay, news from your neighborhood and Albert Parnell joins us. What do you have, sir? But there goes the button. I know this show kind of sneaks up on you. It really does it really does it moves so fast. You got to be on the train just passes. You're right By so sorry. This is coming out of the plaster sentinel. So Plaster County is now offering free undermanned transportation services to North Lake Tahoe is known as the tart Connect. And the free shuttle Service relies on eight small transit vans to provide curb to curb service throughout North Lake Tahoe. Love the name too. Tart tart. Yep. Call it art All the tart. Call it art in Tahoe. They should pay us. You know that. You know, I know a marketing. Okay? I don't know if you've heard of this name Nina Turner. She's running for Congress in Ohio and she's a Democrat. And she's very, very, very left leaning or progressive. And apparently, centrists in the party are very concerned in the Democrat Party because she's polling extremely well against the other Democrat who is running in the primary who's far more moderate, Okay, and they're worried that when it gets to the general, they'll be blown out. Because Ohio tends to be a more conservative schism Might. This is in the hill, and this is a microcosm with what's going on with that party. The that the moderates are are wrestling trying to gain control from the progressive wing that seems to be gaining steam, right? And when you get into a general election That could be a problem so anyway, that her name is Nina Turner. It's an interesting stories in the hill this morning. Yeah, that is interesting. You know, I went into this a little bit, but I wanted to make a correction. So Richard Branson is going to be launching. He wants to beat Bezoza Space basis is going up July 20th Branson is going to go up July 11th. Yes. He wants to beat them. What did you say before you? I think you said Branson was going on the 20th. Yeah. Resources going on the 20. Jesus is going on the 20. These billionaires are so bored. Oh, my gosh. I know they mean it's like keeping up with the Joneses know, know what to do with their money keeping up with the Bezos's, but we get to sit back and kind of watch it. I know it's like a game. They don't realize what we're doing, Do they? Yes. So Virgin Galactic had planned to start flying customers years ago, but their program had a setback due to some mishaps, But they're back in the game again. Okay, We're going to roll out some fresh new audio from the lawmaker in California, who said The power grid situation is much more serious than we're being told, and the problems that we are facing and will face were highly predictable. All news all the way home. I need news, Weather and traffic kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil got no What's happened to my city building a better Sacramento when I need to know every time you listen. Sacramento News 93.1 kfbk. I want to introduce you. The Thundercats Technology. Thunder Cat Technology is a premier provider of I T solutions not only for government organizations but educational.
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"Sacramento's News. 93.1 KFBK, mayor of Los Angeles, Sacramento, Denver and eight other cities have organized a national Committee to press for national reparations. Rappers in Americans L. A Mayor Eric Garcetti has also announced the formation of an advisory committee that will set up a local reparations pilot project. The announcement this weekend came as Juneteenth was recognized as a federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery. The statue of the late actress Marilyn Monroe is scheduled to be unveiled in Palm Springs tonight, and it will also be the subject of a protest The ceremony for the new location of the statue entitled Forever. Maryland is scheduled to begin at seven o'clock tonight at the corner of Easy, Um Way and Bilardo Road. At the same time, the woman's March foundation and several other groups plan to stage a protest to object to what it calls the sexual objectification of a beloved icon. In the era of hashtag. Me, too. That was a quick look at the latest news. Kameron Zamora from the I. Heart Radio newsroom Now. Sacramento traffic taking a look at KFBK traffic Already word of a traffic hazard blocking west on highway forward just before Dutton Road possibly could be a stalled vehicles. HP cruise heading to the scene. To check that out. A reminder in Glen. The Willows Rest area closed in both directions due to sewer work again that won't reopen until a New year's Eve. Going over to Davis. The Poland wrote. Offering from West about 80 closed and it won't be reopening until December eight. So definitely keep those long term closures in mind as you take to the roadways today. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. I'm Christine Samra News. Any 3.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather hot today with plenty of sunshine. Highs range from 95 to 99. Clear tonight. Lows of 57 to 61 Sunny tomorrow highs of 88 to 92 partly sunny and not as warm Tuesday. Eyes.
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"At kfbk dot com from California's Capital City, this is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good morning to you 8 30 on this Tuesday, May 11th I'm Christina Madonsela. I'm Sam Shane. Here's What's trending at this hour. California announcing the largest state Tax rebate in American history. The country's largest chicken producer, has new plans to try to keep up with soaring demand and California set to spend another $9 billion to convert motels and hotels in the housing for the homeless. Those stories and more straight ahead. Time to check on traffic with Brian Nobles. Take it away. Brian did have an accent of westbound on Highway 50 a little before I five to support his front back. Caliph Iron is ready for wildfire dot or Fender bender. They quickly exchanged information and got on their way. According to CHP. We're still seeing some Flowing in a couple of spots, most notably North down 99 all the way from 47, always through the connector ran to West down Highway. 50 also still have a spot of heavy traffic in the connector rented eastbound highway kid from I five California's wildfires continue to threaten our communities Clear away dead three fresh vegetation from within 100 ft. Of your home to protect yourself and your community. Create defensible space now learn more from caliph IRS at ready for wildfire dot org's traffic on the 10. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap plus traffic Center news 93.1 kfbk. Sunny today and rather hot with a high of 92 to 96th and tonight will be clear with a little of 55 to 59 sunny and hot tomorrow with a high of 92 to 96 Thursday sunny and quite warm with a high of 89 to 93..
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"News 93.1 kfbk. Funny with the high around 89 tonight Mostly cloudy, a loner 54 tomorrow, Sonny, with the higher on 86. Then Sunday Sunny with a high near 87 degrees currently outside already warming up quite nicely. It is 59 in Sacramento. Huh? All right, now we go to news from your neighborhood. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, I forgot what I was going to say, Kristina, but that's okay. Because coming up, we have a story that says it. It's okay to forget things. That's right. That's right. Good tease. All right, let's talk to Albert. See what's going on. You played that off. Very well, Greg Very well. This is coming off. This is coming from the moderate Tribune. So in Madeira man is being hit called a hero after helping his neighbor escape of fire. His name is Rodrigo Martinez Sanchez. His neighbor was in a trailer in the trailer was on fire. So he went in tow. Pull out his neighbor who was in a wheelchair. She was actually, uh, hey, kicked up in the back door to find his neighbor out of her wheelchair, trying to crawl for safety, So he grabbed her and other neighbors helped him bring her to safety. And then he went back in to get her wheelchair. Wow. Oh, yeah, That's incredible. I mean, you know, it's always fighting to see someone or hear about someone putting themselves at risk like that. But when they were able to save the life of someone else, boy, they really are here. Oh, yeah. Well and then recognizing. Oh, she's gonna need that wheelchair, right? Right and going back in for it. All right. Thank you very much for that Florida that I found this. That was very interesting. Florida. Is going to find any business or school $5000 each time it requires a vaccine passport, so governor dissent is out there. He has just been on a war against vaccine passport, So he has said. He's not going to require them in the state. And now he's talking about any business or school, which seems like they get some pushback on that cause private businesses you would think could do what they want to do on their own premises. Look, and I guess does he have the authority and In Florida to just make that an edict. I mean it. Well, the Legislature passed it. Oh, they did so well is on his way to his death that it passed the whole legislature. So be interesting to see how that works out there. Have you ever misplaced something you were just holding or just blanked on someone's name all the time. All the time. It happens all the time. Is it normal? We're going to tell you what's happening in your brain when that's going on. Listen often on your way home for the very latest more reaction today. Local news we have continuing coverage of and weather storm is on the KFBK. Afternoon news was Kitty.
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"Road in front of you and wanna pass it along, called the KFBK Traffic Tip Line, dial town to 50 and say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Mostly cloudy today with a couple of showers around that a high of 58 to 62. Becoming partly cloudy tonight with a low of 39 to 43 tomorrow, some sun giving way to clouds with a shower or two in the afternoon and a high of 53 to 57 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently in Sacramento. We have rain and 52 degrees at 602 on this Tuesday morning. Here are here are the stories that are trending today. There is word this morning, The Sears store in Arden Fair Mall will be closing for good. It has been there for 50 years, Sears has been closing stores all across the country as it downsizes Sears Last day at Ardent Fair mall is scheduled for April, 15th center held his launching three mass vaccination clinics across Northern California this week. KFBK Staler Martin tells us where you will find these pop up clinics. The three sites are located in Roseville, Sacramento and Modesto. One site is an industrial area of West. Roseville and the other in Sacramento, is near the Costco. In the Cal Expo area. Vaccinations are by appointment only for right now, and Sutter Health is only vaccinating health care workers and those 75 years and older. The center health system is hoping to vaccinate more than 3000 patients per day at these three pop up sights set her health officials are not disclosing the exact locations of the general public, saying they don't want people to show up without an appointment. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK this morning Sacramento.
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"KFBK assemble Klein's Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather News 93.1 kfbk Good morning to you. It is Thursday. January 21st. I'm Christina and Johnson. I'm Sam Shane. It's six o'clock straight up. Here's what's trending at this hour. California's Corona virus vaccination clinic vaccination clinics have been cleared now to resume using What was called a potentially dangerous batch of the Madonna vaccine. More than 50. North Bay residents will wineries, restaurants, hotels are filing suit against Governor Gavin Newsom over coronavirus restrictions. President Biden expected to be quite involved, we're told and coronavirus relief negotiations, those stories and more straight ahead. Let's get off the road right now and saying And Brian Nobles. Good morning, Brian. Good morning. Sadly, we have a fatality accident on this is on the sunrise. Little by the on ramp to West down the highway, 50. We told you about this one that last time around the vehicle versus pedestrian incident going by speed tense is it looks like this is about halfway down the ramp, so the corner has been called. You can expect him delays getting onto westbound Highway 50 from sent down Sunrise Boulevard. Otherwise the rest of our freeways or insulin screen at the limit around Sacramento. But if you Five something on the road in front of you and want to pass it along. Called the KFBK Traffic Tip Line. Dial pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Hon. Shine, mixing with clouds today and mild this afternoon with a high of 63 to 67 increasing clouds tonight with a shower.
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"In front of you and want to pass it along called Kfbk Traffic Tip line dial pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tent every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Plenty of sunshine today with a high of 63 to 67 Tonight will be clear and chili with a low of 34 to 38. Sunshine, mixing with clouds tomorrow with a high of 61 65 mostly cloudy and cooler Friday with a couple of showers and a high of 55 to 59. I'm AccuWeather's Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. Currently it is 36 degrees in Fairfield, now to the stories trending on this Wednesday morning. New details this morning on the shooting death of a Sacramento County deputy, Adam Gibson. While in the line of duty. He was 35 years old, a six year veteran of the force he leaves behind a wife and a baby. Gibson was shot and killed by a repeat criminal who had been paroled at a shoot out in Cal Expo Monday night. It is the third officer involved shooting in the Sacramento area in five days. This former Sheriff John McGuinness and KFBK talk show host, he says the shootings are part of a continuing public health crisis. Overt, violent criminal behavior and that crazy set of circumstances in communities where you have active shooter situations that have the potential to adversely impact directly in the lives of Untold numbers of innocent persons deputy out of Gibson served two tours in Afghanistan with the Marine Corps. If you're stopped for a violation of the law, think about the manner in which you present yourself how you behave and make sure that officer knows that you don't pose a threat to their well being, because right now they have a reason to be very,.
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"Kfbk, the World Health Organization says health professionals have administered about 28 million doses of the Corona virus vaccine worldwide. KFBK correspondent Matt Matt Johnson with more speaking at a virtual event, Wh O Emergencies director Michael Ryan says. There have been five different vaccines or platforms used in about 46 countries, he noted. Most of the vaccinations have happened in the world's wealthiest countries and called for more equity, Ryan said. There are populations who are not going to get vaccinated unless or until we learn to share better. I'm at Madison At 6 34 on a Friday morning. Here are your top national stories. Unveiling his covered 19 economic relief package. President elect Joe Biden said part of the $1.9 trillion plan would go towards improving the vaccination process. He called it a dismal failure. Thus far. ABC is Matt Gutman has more on vaccines from Los Angeles Dodger Stadium, which until this morning had been Nation's biggest covert testing site, is transforming into one of the country's biggest covert vaccination sites. They hope to administer 12,000 doses a day. But the country still woefully behind its own vaccination schedule. 11.1 million doses of administered so far the FBI's warning of a substantial danger to the public in law enforcement from explosive devices it upcoming protests, according to an FBI memo obtained by ABC s security continues to get tighter in Washington, D C head of the inauguration. And ABC News Washington Post POLL finds Two thirds of people say President Trump Bears at least some responsibility for the attack on the U. S Capitol last Wednesday. Brian Clark, ABC NEWS Plaster County, opening up a vaccine program details in news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Be ready. Events are fluid Corona virus vaccine details are constantly changing. Getting a vaccine. It's an OMG moment you're minutes away from a fresh update on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Alright.
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"93.1 kfbk. Currently 37 degrees in Sacramento was stories trending on the KFBK Morning news This morning, Wilton residents have successfully blocked a convicted sexual predator from moving into their neighborhood for now. Judge has temporarily blocked Daniel Shays ears moved to Wilton CBS. 13 is reporting the cheese years. Last known address is in Del Paso Heights. But officials notified residents last month that he has applied to rent a home in Wilton. Gavin Newsom's proposed new budget includes $4 billion for California's economy and green initiatives. Every case, Nico McGahee's report small businesses would get 575 Million and the money would pay for grants of up to 25,025 million would be allocated to small museums and art galleries that have been forced to close amid the pandemic. The governor and the state Legislature have already given 500 million to the program. So Tuesday's proposal would make more than one billion available. Roughly 1.5 billion would help people buy electric cars and build the charging stations necessary for drivers to use them knew. Some also wants to give 430 million worth of tax credits to businesses that stay in California and create full time jobs. Nikola Call his news 93.1. KFBK new developments in the billion dollar fraud case at the California Employment Development Department reports this morning show millions of dollars in covert 19 unemployment checks paid for with taxpayer money has been sent to inmates in out of state jails and prisons. The report shows the department approved more than 6000 claims totaling more than $42 million for prisoners in jails outside of California. The DDT fraud case has been called the biggest fraud case in the history of California. A $200,000 campaign to clean up the floor of Lake Tahoe is underway. Here's kfbk is Marshall Benson. The Tahoe fund received donations from over 135 people and businesses, including Tahoe, Blue vodka and Vail Resorts. Allowing the nonprofit clean up the lake to continue removing waste from the 72 miles under the lake's surface. Last summer, the group were covered over £2200 of trash from just six miles of Lake Tahoe. A team of divers will begin this year's cleanup effort in May. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK at 8 34 on Wednesday morning. Here are your top national stories happening now in Washington, DC tens of thousands of Trump supporters gathering turning out for a rally. The president is expected to address the crowd. The president is calling on his vice president and members of.
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"Sam Shane the KFBK Morning News News 93.1 KFBK now trending at least one Republican former president will be it. Joe Biden's inauguration representative of former President George W. Bush said that he and wife Laura Bush will be at the inauguration. This will be the eighth What the Bush is President Trump's being the most recent, and the former president says Witnessing the peaceful transfer of power is a hallmark of our democracy that never gets old. The old sleep train arena in the Thomas has been converted into a field hospital was one of several in the state of California, Kate because Aubrey a keen has been looking into the latest there, and she joins us now, Aubrey. Good morning to you. Let's talk. First of all about numbers. Are there any current patients being treated at the old sleep train arena at this time? As of Tuesday, 17 patients are being treated at the sleep Train Arena Alternate care facility, The California Office of Emergency Services, Mark Ghilarducci explains. The type of Kobe case is being treated there. They could be in an alternate care facility still with nurses and doctors at all, but they may be at a less medically required need to be acute care hospital and this has helped a great deal by Reducing the amount of pressure that's in these acute care hospitals by as having these these alternative care centers throughout the state of California. The Cal. Oh, yes, director says when they built out the sights last march, even though the cases didn't materialize, then they knew a time would come when the alternate care sites like the one in and Thomas would be needed, So they remained on a warm status through the summer until now. So Aubrey, the patients being treated at the alternate care facilities. What are the chances they will be? Okay, well, I'm told that these patients need medical attention but do not need to be placed in an intensive care unit. And this really helps ease the strain on local hospitals. As the number of available ICU beds remains pretty low in our area when we look at it from a regional perspective, how we decompress the hospital systems. Region. We flow those patients into those those alternative care sites. And the idea is is that from that site, you know they'll get better and that we could make a release on get them to go home and we may need to send them home with some oxygen. Or some some palliative care at home as as necessary. Asleep Train Arena Field Hospital site in the Thomas opened back up last month, and officials say they can accommodate more than 200 patients there. If necessary. Any chance we're going to Ah, get some of these Southern California patients that need care up to that facility. I know those hospitals and so Kaller are really full. I haven't heard specifically about patients from Southern California. But as I said, they can accommodate more than 200 patients. So it remains to be seen if if we do get filled up here locally, right, Aubrey, Thank you so much appreciate that very much On a related note, and what you were just discussing with Aubrey is this California Department of Public Health has now ordered counties that have available intensive care capacity. To accept transfer patients from these overwhelmed regions, which include, as you mentioned Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley is getting crushed right And so that if you were going to see a transfer of patients to say, sleep train it more likely would come from San Joaquin Valley. Because obviously geographically, they're closer, right. So at any rate that order has been issued. Across the state, not just for sleep trained, but for any any hospital. Yes, if you have an upcoming surgery, good to check with your doctor to see if that's still going to happen. All right, let's get outside and take a look at traffic. Now it's coming up on 5 50, which means it's time to check those roads of Brian Nobles. This report is partly by the exit Jin temporal scan of the story on the road this morning. It's some fog very heavy in some areas, So take that into consideration as you head out this morning. If you're super commuter headed out on West on, I 80 out across the causeway toward the Bay Area. Double heavy Fog out across the causeway once amount of Davis things start ease up considerably, and really, not much of it all the rest of the way to the Bay Bridge. And right now you're at the limit all the way to the Bay Bridge and on the bridge yourself all the way into the city right now. No problems on 6 80, either from I 80 all the way across the Venetia Bridge right into Concord, Pleasantville in Walnut Creek. Don't take chances with Tobin 19 and your family's health used the exit. Temporal scandal. Check temperatures before dinner, and before you leave home takes an accurate reading seconds, And he's the number one thermometer recommended by hospitals, doctors and nurses They say with the oxygen traffic understands every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk rather foggy for a while. This morning Variable cloudiness for the balance of today with the passing afternoon shower the high 52 to 56. Mostly cloudy tonight There can be some fog around late little 41 to 45 areas of five tomorrow morning otherwise, times of clouds and sun with a high of 54 to 58 I'm macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 39 degrees in Sacramento, A news 93.1 kfbk alongside.
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"Kfbk. Hundreds of new crimes have been committed by those who were released from jail on that zero. All our bail in YOLO County kfbk sneaking McGahee's reports. And we'll get to her story in just a moment. But first lawmakers across the state are getting ready to head back to Sacramento to commence. The 2021 legislative session came to case Aubrey Aquino got some insight on the year that lies ahead for California politics. Pandemic will no doubt dominate the upcoming legislative session. With nearly three dozen coronavirus related bills already introduced in the Legislature, Senator and a Caballero says they'll tackle topics of reopening schools, eviction moratoriums for renters and how to help workers at risk. There are so many things we need to focus on apart from the fact that they're still workers. That are being placed at risk because of the virus, and we've got to provide more protections as well as replacement wages for them if they're being asked to quarantine Aubrey Aquino, a news name 3.1 can speak a this morning former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulkner forming an exploratory committee to run for governor of California KPK correspondent Jack Cronin has an update. The committee is a major step forward toward fucker, actually declaring a run against Gavin Newsom, for example, that unemployment hundreds of thousands of California's Not get their unemployment checks when we look at the fact that private schools are open, But yet we're not seeing the same from our public schools to be able to be safely reopened. And when we continue this see the changing of the metrics in terms of not focusing on science, particularly on our small businesses during the pandemic, folks understand they're if they're with them, and they need to change more mayor of San Diego, also signing onto the recall efforts against the governor, where if enough signatures were gathered. Special election could take place before 2022. Hundreds of new crimes have been committed by those who were released from jail on the $0 bail and YOLO County need Nika McGahee's has the story. The Yellow County District attorney's office says that since April 427 people have been arrested and released on $0 bail a total of 524 times. As a result, those who were previously released on the $0 bail rule have committed more than 526 new crimes. Rule was implemented in April in response to the cove in 19 pandemic, but was rescinded in June. However, the Yellow County Superior Court continues to use it. Nikola got his news 93.1 kfbk time now six or five times now, for our featured audio clip of this hour, the fall out and the strong pushback by Georgia State voting officials continues this morning after a phone call between President Trump and Georgia secretary State Bread rations Burger, who it was made public, by the way, in which Trump urged the secretary to find enough votes to overturn his loss in the state now are featured audio clip This hour is with Gabriel Sterling. He's a top voting official in Georgia. He held a news conference to debunk the president's claims of voter fraud in Georgia. Here are a few clips from his news conference. I personally found it to be something that was not normal out of place and Nobody. I know who would be president would do something like that to a secretary of state. And I will admit when I listened to the audio of the phone call on the president brought it up again. And I heard it on radio out again. Today I wanted to scream Well, I did scream to the computer and I screamed in my car, No shredding of balance going on. It's not real. It's not happening. No one is changing parts or pieces.