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5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul

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00:42 sec | 1 year ago

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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Toxic Algae Blooms Eyed in Deaths of Family of 3 on Hiking Trail

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Amazon to Stream Academy of Country Music Awards in 2022

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00:16 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Rattlesnake Rattles Use Auditory Illusion to Trick Human Brains

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00:51 sec | 1 year ago

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

Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire

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00:18 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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 Halle Berry Sued by Former UFC Fighter, Cat Zingano, Over Movie

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00:46 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Beanie Feldstein Starring as Fanny Brice in Broadway Revival of ‘Funny Girl’

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00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Beanie Feldstein Starring as Fanny Brice in Broadway Revival of ‘Funny Girl’

"Don't tell me not to live just sitting under lights, candy and the sun's of all of you recognize that song I know you do. Don't Yeah, I love that song. Don't rain on my parade. Yes, honey Girl. It's in funny girl for the first time in 58 years a revival of funny girl going back to Broadway. I don't know if anyone could do it as good as Barbara Barbara. Barbara Streisand was the funny girl in 1964. Be back in the day. They're going to performances to for the new, funny girl set to start next spring. Beanie Feldstein, who is the sister of actor Jonah Hill is going to star and so do we think that Beanie is going to do as well as Barbara? I don't know. I don't know much about Benny.

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Cartel Threatens to Kill TV News Anchor in Mexico, Claiming Unfair Coverage

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00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Cartel Threatens to Kill TV News Anchor in Mexico, Claiming Unfair Coverage

"Men claiming to represent Mexico's most powerful drug cartel have taken the unusual step of circulating a video threatening to kill a national television news anchor in Mexico or what they viewed as unfair coverage. Cartel representative said in the message he did not want to inhibit freedom of expression just wanted the coverage to be even.

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Reba McEntire Urges Followers to 'Stay Healthy' After Breakthrough COVID-19 Diagnosis

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Reba McEntire Urges Followers to 'Stay Healthy' After Breakthrough COVID-19 Diagnosis

"And here's You want Fantino laughing down. And, of course, his country. Music star Reba McEntire tested positive for Covid 19. She announced the news on Tiktok. She and her boyfriend both tested positive. And they both were fully vaccinated. It is known, of course as a breakthrough infection by the way, according to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation. In late July, the rate of breakthrough cases reported among those fully vaccinated well below 1% in all the reporting states. I sure do you

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France’s Parliament Passes New Law in Regards to COVID-19

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

France’s Parliament Passes New Law in Regards to COVID-19

"Parliament, approving a new law that will require restaurant goers and domestic travelers to show special covid 19 passes showing they've been vaccinated or recently tested negative for the virus. The law will also require all healthcare workers to get their shots. A government spokesman says The move isn't meant to stigmatize those who are reluctant to get their vaccines but rather to protect vulnerable people. This comes as the government declared the nation has officially entered 1/4 wave of the pandemic. As the liquid Terra ABC NEWS PARIS

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Jerry O'Connell Replaces Sharon Osbourne on 'the Talk'

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry O'Connell Replaces Sharon Osbourne on 'the Talk'

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

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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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03:53 min | 1 year ago

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"93.1 kfbk time now to get over to cap trust and shot with Kelly Brothers. So The Wall Street Journal reporting that this die all investment company Wants to, perhaps by a portion of the Kings and other teams. Do we know anything about die? All who are they? You know, they're part of a unit of a newly public company called Blue Owl Capital. You know, these are all these are companies just I mean, there's so much money out there that people are just looking for new ways to invest it. For longer term growth. And in this case what their their strategy is to go out and buy about 5% of maybe six different teams and see how that goes. And then maybe double that again. But it looks like the Kings are selling a 5% stake to dial capital for 1.5 billion. I'm sorry not in 41.5 billion, but at evaluation of 1.5 billion Um and this. Supposedly they have a similar deal already in place with the Phoenix Suns, which are a market market about the size of Sacramento. However, their team obviously doing much better than Than ours in that they're still playing there in the NBA finals, actually, but they hope to, uh, to to do it with a number of other teams to we don't we do not know if this is the vector on the D V, a selling 5% of his stake. Or whether it's every owner selling 5% of the entire stake in aggregate. But it'll be interesting to see how the league reacts to this because, remember the league put in place new rules after the King's last Kings deal with the Blues because there were so many community owners they didn't want to have to deal with that many owners so Still waiting to hear if the league has any problem with this market overall today, higher building on all time highs set on Friday. Black widow Marvel's newest movie came out $80 million at the box office. And 60 million in streaming. So very successful weekend for that movie, And for that producer, Let's check the real time numbers doubt 61 at 34 9 31. NASDAQ up nine points the S and P up eight points at 43 77. Gold down six oil down a drop 10 year bond yield 1.375. All right. Kelly do appreciate that very much. Here's Kitty O'Neil with a look at what's coming up here this afternoon. Christina and Sam. She's one of the few women to own a major construction company. We'll hear about her recent projects on our building a better Sacramento segment this afternoon. That program begins at four o'clock. Okay, time for what year? What happened on this July? 12th the with Albert Parnell? Yes, the first year I'm starting with this year 1979. And that's when disco demolition night occurred. It was in Chicago, Comiskey Park against the White Hawks and the Tigers. They're opposed to blow up a bunch of disco albums in between games, but it went horribly wrong, and it was basically a riot. I'm really fans are two rushing the field, forcing the White White Sox to Fort Fit the second. What year was that? 1979. I remember that and they tore up the turf of Committee Park. Totally. Oh, yeah. They ripped out all the grass. And that's back when the Chicago White Sox used to wear shorts Oh, that didn't last to one slide into second base and that Oh, yeah, that policy was reversed. Pain, uh, kind of road rash. No. Keep it on the sports theme year 1996. That's when Michael Jordan Signed a $30 million.01 year contract. That was actually the biggest contract for one year in sports history at that time, still big Yeah. Oh, yeah, 30 Millions Big no matter no matter when where you are, Yeah, they don't do one year contracts anymore. Now it's too Yes to have at least two years, right? Yep. And the last one that I have is the year 1950..

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03:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Your pocket. Why have propane prices risen so much this year? Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan. December, says that there are a couple of primary reasons number one, he says the stay at home orders so propane, unlike oil demand remained steady throughout the pandemic. It didn't plunge and the reason for that is around the world. A lot of people use it for cooking at home, and, of course, being at home, and you know, people were cooking just as much as ever. They were also heating their homes a lot more because they weren't going to work. For those that that use propane as a a heating fuel. Okay, so number one there the stay at home orders, and that's what's causing propane prices to go up, he said. Number two Chinese factories, The other big thing that happened is in recent years, the abundance of propane That has hit the market because of the shale boom in the U. S. Has prompted chemical makers in Asia to build factories that specifically use propane to make plastics. A lot of older facilities can toggle between different feedstocks, depending on price. Lot of these new facilities only use propane and there's such big machines and factories. They didn't shut down during the pandemic because it really hard to get started. So demand really remain study around the world while other types of petroleum demand decline. Okay, so let's take a look ahead on top of all of this propane, also a major fuel used In the like to power of fork lifts all kinds of things around ports and warehouses. So the more we return to work, the more prices are likely to increase, he says. And he says, you can strategize with your propane purchases, especially in the U. U. S. People may want to fill up the propane tanks. Now, if they think that you know, prices are going to rise, which a lot of banks on Wall Street. A lot of analysts think will happen. And the reason is is because, despite the recent rise in oil, natural gas prices, producers around the world and particularly in the US are holding back on drilling. They have been trained by their investors to be, you know, focused on profitability and not just volume. They were really stung last year by the collapse in oil prices and drillers have been really shy about drilling and, of course, and we've seen big reductions in the amount of activity and that's you know, leaving supplies a little short, while demand remains study and in fact is booming around the world. Okay, not just Propane Wall Street Journal this morning coffee Coffee prices soar after bad harvests insatiable demand global consumption set to exceed production This year. Brazil has been hit with the worst drought driven drop in output in almost 20 years, so your coffee is gonna go up. We talked about this earlier in the program. Wall Street Journal Interesting article today again talking about, they surveyed a number of leading economists. Who are all saying, Look, this inflation thing is not a one off deal. You know the folks at the Federal Reserve and Janet Yellen said. Well, we think this is all going to go away. Uh, many of the leading economists are saying, No, it's going to consistently go up through at least 2023, maybe beyond. So we'll not only inflation but shrink. Flay shin. What you buy. The products you buy are going to get smaller. So they make the packaging smaller. They give you less stuff. You pay the same price or sometimes peanut butter, orange juice, toilet paper all of that. So they say, Well, we're not raising your prices. Wow. But we're giving you list. All right, Let's stop depressing people. Let's get out to traffic.

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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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Record-Breaking Heat Sparks Wildfires Across the West Coast

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00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Record-Breaking Heat Sparks Wildfires Across the West Coast

"West Coast is cooking record breaking heat, putting eight states in 18 million people under alert. Hot, dry conditions, fueling at least 47 uncontained wildfires across the region. A BCS will cars and Doyle, California in southern Oregon. The bootleg fire scorching more than 150,000 acres in California. Mandatory evacuations near Mariposa County winds driving the river fire to 4000 acres to the north. Dozens of homes destroyed in Doyle, California, The town is now home to the largest fire in the state this year. Beckworth complex fire scorching more than 86,000 acres. Firefighters working around the clock to stop the spread, but it's a taxing job

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"This shift, I have left so many parties early. It's like I'm bouncing. It is eight o'clock. I'm out. 8. 50 is a time off to the roads were going, Mr Bryant No more Hagen on the weekend. Put a fork in me. I'm done. Nine o'clock. This report is right by Ashley Home Store 80 from Roosevelt at the limit. Nine minutes to the Gap City Split cap city looks good both ways. Nine minutes, either direction between the split the highway 50 13 minutes in from El Grove on I 5 16 to do it on 99 That's due to an accident on westbound 50 at 16 3 big rig involved and that's backing up traffic in the right lines of 50 all the way back to the connector from north Down 99 north about 99 almost all the way back to fruit Red Road as a result of that accident. 50 westbound from Folsom is a 20 minute drive in 20 minutes to get in from Woodland B. I 5 24 minutes if you're coming in from Davis eastbound 80 across the causeway looks good. Somewhere between Harbour and Jefferson, though you hit the slowdown on 50, and that continues to get to about 15th Street. Black Friday in July Preview the greatest sale in history at Ashley Home Store Take 50% off, plus five years interest free financing. Only at Ashley Home Store. Ashley home store dot com. This is home traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Excessive heat warnings are up as we head into the weekend. We'll see Sunshine. Dangerous heat each afternoon highs. 14 to 1. Oh, eight today, down to near 70 tonight. And over the weekend with sunshine Highs. 1 91 13 Tomorrow one.

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California Governor Asks Residents to Cut Water Use

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00:16 sec | 1 year ago

California Governor Asks Residents to Cut Water Use

"And governor Newsom is asking Californians to cut their water use by 15%. He says daily. Showers should be five minutes. Laundry appliances and dishwashers should operate just a few days a week. An outdoor watering should be cut to one day a week. The water cuts are

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"Will start way back this week in 18 77, the first ever Wimbledon tennis championship begins label this week in 1914, the Boston Braves find themselves 15 games back in the National League. They go on a tear and go on to win the World Series against the Philadelphia A's jumping ahead this week in 1968 Wilt Chamberlain becomes the first reigning NBA MVP to be traded the next season when he moves from the Philadelphia 76 ers to the L. A Lakers. This week in 1986. Atlanta's Bob Horner became the 11th player in major league history to hit four home runs in a game and it still wasn't enough to win the game for the Braves. The Expos 1 11 to 8 this week in 2000 and nine Chase Utley hit a three run homer and Shane Victorino and Greg Dobbs each had to run shots during a 10 run first inning, helping the Philadelphia Phillies route. The Cincinnati Reds 22 to 1 this week in 2010 and Alive ESPN television special Called the decision. LeBron James announced that he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to play for the Miami Heat. James won two titles with the Heat and then return to Cleveland, where he won another championship in 2016. And this week in 2013 Andy Murray becomes the first British man in 77 years to win the Wimbledon title, beating Novak Djokovic 647564 in the finals. And that's just some of what happened this week in sports history. The weekend sports Time capsule on I Heart radio. Sponsored by Catalyst Mortgage now trending on the Kfbk Morning News with Christina and Danza and Sam Shane. This morning. Former police captain Eric Adams has won the Democratic primary in the race for New York Mayor Adams held the lead after early returns in late June but had to wait for tens of thousands of absentee ballots to be counted, is now considered the favorite to win against his Republican rivals. Virtually.

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Tesla Delivers More Than 200,000 Vehicles in a Quarter for the First Time

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Tesla Delivers More Than 200,000 Vehicles in a Quarter for the First Time

"On that news, Tesla also hits a new record for vehicle deliveries. They produce 200,000 vehicles in Q one. However, just slightly missing analyst expectations. And Tessa, like most of their auto manufacturers, really struggled the first really the last three quarters as a parts, shortages and

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Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88

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Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld Dies at 88

"Shane. This morning, former President George W. Bush praising former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld for his quote, steady service as a wartime secretary of defense with strength, skill and honor. Rumsfeld died

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Florida Search Paused Over Concerns About Rest of Building Collapsing

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Florida Search Paused Over Concerns About Rest of Building Collapsing

"President Biden, then first Lady Jill Biden heading to Surfside, Florida to meet with families and first responders at the site of the condo collapse. ABC is Victor Oh, kendo is there and says officials remain concerned about the structural integrity of the rest of the building. ABC NEWS Learning Police saying that search and rescue crews heard cracks in the Champlain Tower south in the middle of the night, pausing operations reminder that the part of the building that is still standing is unstable. The death toll stands at 18 with more than

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Some Facing Pricey Medical Bills After Using Popular At-Home Cancer Test

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01:10 min | 1 year ago

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"The Kfbk Morning News with Kristina Matanza and Sam Shane. Seychelles, which has fully vaccinated more of its population against covered 19 than any other country has closed schools that canceled sporting activities for a couple of weeks because of a surge. Measured, which include a ban on intermingling of household and early closure of bars come even in the country is fully vaccinated more than 60% of its population. On a recent afternoon, a merry ad of law enforcement agents local state federal patrolled the levees and back roads near the U. S. Mexican border in Texas law looking for migrants illegally crossing the border. Jervis, a reporter for USA Today, has been on the ground for several weeks. He shares what he's been saying. Right Right on the levee right near the border is And as I'm speaking with him outside of his truck, I've seen multiple cars kind of darting around. There were troopers from Texas Department of Safety There were local believes from the Mission Police Department. There were sheriffs deputies. They were all kind of zipping around out there, and they were kind of helping out especially a lot of the border. I'm right now. They're such an influx of migrants coming over that. Some of these local law enforcement agency sort of routinely come across a group of migrants and they might they might stop him and then call Border patrol to like help them, And Jarvis says This is becoming commonplace along the border. It's always been like this. I was I did it right along with a border patrol agent back in 2019 around the same area like right around the Colin and as I was running along with them, they would get calls from local police department that may have stopped. Somebody that it'll look suspicious or were suspected of either being an undocumented immigrant or a smuggler, and then we would slip over there. Not everyone supports local officers getting involved groups like National Immigrant Justice Center say allowing officers to engage with migrants could dissuade immigrants in the community from reporting crimes. Jervis says he sees these officers is just trying to help their community. They feel compelled to like do this because these air, their actual communities and that they on, but they feel and sort of responsibility to do something about, you know, groups of migrants coming through the community, and it's interesting in these border towns. There are no laws. Um stopping police officers from helping border patrol like, you know, we have We have certain laws in this state that stops law enforcement, local law enforcement from helping ice or helping board not on the border because of the border. They know how that this water crisis This is they're very aware of just how bad this situation is. And that's why they're going to jump in there saving their neighborhoods. Yes, that's what they're doing. And they know that's why these local law enforcement people are getting involved. They're not getting support from from the feds. No, no, no, no. And but they are getting support from their local communities to try to help them out. You're right. I mean, when you have people streaming across property, and you're you're worried about your own family security because they can't stop people from coming in at the border, And if this crisis continues to explode in the numbers that we have seen And over the course of the last four months. I mean, you just wondered to what degree does you know the locals become even Maura impacts Well, and it will. It will continue because President Biden has lifted the refugee limit from 15,000 to 70 something thousands. Yes, I thought it was 62,500 was the number one Yeah, that's a huge jump. That's a huge jump of people coming in that are not being screened for Cove ID or for other things, 6 20 is a time out to the roads. We go to check in with Brian Nobles and see how it rolling on a Wednesday morning. Good morning, Brian..

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Matanza, Sam Shane the KFBK Morning News News 93.1 KFBK now trending getting a little more insight on what's gonna take place this week. Former President Donald Trump's defense at his Senate impeachment trial will include We're being told videos of Democrats encouraging violence, according to one of his attorneys. Clips would counter videos that Democrats likely will show the riot at the Capitol and Mr Trump's fiery speech at a rally shortly before that attack on January, 6th. Okay, a Supreme Court ruling will force California to revise guidelines for indoor church services. Okay, if the case Aubrey Aquino has more on this win for churches, synagogues and temples, So Aubrey what are some of the specific details of this ruling? The U. S. Supreme Court granted an appeal by churches late Friday, and the justices ruled California can't continue its ban on indoor church services. Pastor Dan Garza of the Avenue Church has been more than ready to see his congregation face to face. Just kind of one of those moments were like, finally, yes, we get it. We get to be together once again and practice our faith, so we were excited about it. However, attendants will remain limited to 25% of the buildings capacity, along with the restriction on singing and chanting inside. I mean, part is something that still bothers me. And I hope that the governor and state California can we visit that soon and come to reason with us in that regard, but we're so We're blessed with the opportunity now to be able to gather Garza says places of worship can and have made the adjustments to allow people together safely. He just wishes they had been given a chance to be part of the conversation sooner like big box retailers, airlines and others who weren't forced to completely shut down. So Aubrey. I mean, it would just stand to reason that churches may feel like these rules were not necessarily applied very evenly. Yes, And we've also heard this sentiment from other industries and groups were guidelines effects. Some, but not all. David Court man is senior counsel for Alliance Defending freedom, he explains. The case for churches also comes down to First Amendment rights showing the states look, we know this is a crisis. We want everybody to be reasonable. We want everybody to make sure that we contain this problem. But what we don't want to do with sacrifice the Constitution while we're doing it with the court, saying, Look, there is a way to do that. Look across the board, bring science into it. And But make sure you uphold the Constitution when you're doing so. However, not all places of worship plan to reopen right away, NBC News reported. The head of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco said the Supreme Court was quote not doing anyone a favor by lifting the ban. Okay, Aubrey, thank you so much. Aubrey Aquino joining us this morning. That not altogether surprising, though given the ruling that took place in New York way were kind of waiting for this year. I think they were just waiting for the clarification, but, yeah, in New York they justices were split 5 to 4 on that, but they decided that yes, New York should be able to go ahead. And that was weeks ago, Right? Right. So no. It's happening here in California Rights, which just in time with the winter Yeah. And after the roads we go to check in with Mr Brian Nobles CLS rolling on a Monday morning. Good.

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02:03 min | 1 year ago

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"The KFBK Morning News with Kristina Mendoza and Sam Shane. News 93.1 KFBK. They were back. 2020 man, That was a great year. Well, we got not. Wayne and Garth are back. Wayne's World stars. Mark Myers, Dana Carvey Gonna reunite their characters for and over eats Super Bowl commercial. It'll be fun. It'll be good or not, You know, it's retro people like retro right now, that might be those who will be aged like I find cheese and wine. Let's get outside and check. Africa. Now Brian Nobles has more. This report is run by the center of the Sierra Health Foundation. Still sorting out some details regarding an accident up on highway 50 at I towels were a little earlier Someone hit a tree. Now CHP Last we saw indicated the westbound side of the roadway was blocked. They've since dropped the incident count trend, says Highway 50 is closed nine miles west of diapers. But nonetheless taking look at speed senses. It looks like we are seeing some slowing in both directions there, but no indication the roadways completely blocked, but nonetheless, keep an eye on it. Posted a home freeways around Sacramento looked pretty good 80 from Roseville. Nine minutes gets into the cab city split nine more on the cap city gets Hit it down. Count your 30 minutes in from Elk Grove on either five or 99. Had a report of an accident on the South bound side of I five. Assume this but that doesn't appear to be causing a delay. 50 westbound from Folsom 18 minutes in from Woodland on I five. It's 2016 minutes to do the drive in from Davis Covert 19 Vaccines air here. The vaccines are safe, effective and available at no cost. They're being distributed through affair and phased approach. When it's your turn, get vaccinated and keep wearing a mask because together we can end the pandemic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1. FBK forecast time rain in the valley Still in the high country all day today than tomorrow. We're looking at a chance of rain in the morning in the valley and snow in the high country that in the afternoon could be clearing up with highs near 54 in the Valley Inn in Sun a sunny on Thursday, Kristina.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"KFBK Morning news this morning. The powerful Union representing California Public school teachers says they're teachers will need to be vaccinated before they return to school cave because, Nick um a guys with story the California Teachers Union is asking Governor Gavin Newsom if their teachers can get Cove in 19 vaccine before the state more widely reopens classrooms in a letter that California Teachers Association wrote to new, some, saying the vaccines are essential to the return of in person learning. The union insists that the state meets a ramp up vaccination before reopening is safe. Last month, Newsome introduced a proposal offering schools two billion We're testing and protective gear to reopen schools in the short term, Nick and Meg all his news 93.1 Cappie can this morning There is a new secretary of state in California K P Case, Marshall Benson With the story. Dr Shirley Weber has been confirmed by the state Senate to become California's top elections official. Weber was approved by a unanimous vote. The former Assemblywoman, was first elected to the Legislature in 2000 and 12. She chaired the Assembly Budget Committee for the Assembly Committee of Elections. Prior to that, she taught African studies at the San Diego State University for four decades. Whoever replaces Alex Padilla, who is now the junior senator from California in the United States. Senate Marshall Benson News 93.1 kfbk Elsewhere in the news this morning, a statue of Mahatma Gandhi has been ripped down in a park in Davis can't because Mike Blunt with that tensions between the Indian and Sikh communities, and Davis are building up over A statue of Mahatma Gandhi statue was a gift to the city of Davis from the Indian government in 2016, however, earlier in the week the statue was toppled from its base. Officials are still investigating why the statue was vandalized. However, when it was first installed in the city's central park. Some members of the Sikh community protested its present saying, God he was a racist and molested his teenage grand niece, Mike Blunt news 93.1 KFBK. Hundreds of Sacramento area residents are still without power this morning, smart officials Say they've restored power to more than 200,000 homes. But more than 300 Smud customers have been without power for three straight nights. Heavy snow has led to a new avalanche warning this morning in the high Sierra.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"Daring and unusual heists in recent memory was pulled off in the small town of Monroe, Washington, The crime was audacious. It was ornate. It was also a little bit ridiculous. There were disguises Craigslist higher decoys, a once great athlete turned criminal mastermind, and it had an escape so outlandish that it's still to this day hard to believe. This season, we will dive deeply into the DB tuber heist that rocked this suburb of Seattle's way will talk with eyewitness is the lead detective on the criminal himself to understand how and why this crime occurred. And with new reporting, we will dig into the parts of this case that remain unsolved and people that remain unpunished. My name is Nate Scott. I'm a reporter and editor at for the Win and USA Today. Sports Thistles. The sneak listening. Kristina Mendoza, Sam Shane the KFBK Morning News News 93.1 KFBK now trending light Snow is falling at this hour in Washington, D C President elect Joe Biden and his wife about to become the first lady Jill Biden are filing in. Comma. Harris is there and she is talking with other dignitaries when they begin to swear her in way will break away live coverage from Washington, D. C. In the meantime, we'll bring the segment about the nerve wracking job interview.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Wall Street Titans are in attendance Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night. Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward hiss so that his smirking lips grace her temple Epstein is tanned and relaxed, and he looks like he doesn't have a care in the world. On that same day, 1200, Miles south, a 14 year old girl in Palm Beach, Florida gives a statement to the police that will launch an investigation. But maybe Epstein is right not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women have to say Their insights were ignored as the feds and then the state. Made this case go away. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence of 360 years at a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic here wasn't there. The recent charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a Cabinet member and tarnish the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here is a group of people and I got to say mostly men. Kristina Matanza, Sam Shane the kfbk Morning News News 93.1 kfbk now trending All of fame pitcher Don sudden who spent most of his major league career with the Los Angeles Dodgers, has died at the age of 75. He died at his home in Rancho Mirage after a long battle with cancer sudden had a 23 year career in the major leagues One year ago. Today, the CDC confirmed the.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Rogers will have the luxury to go play Red Farm and green baby or a controversial decision. Michael Jordan stipulation. I'm on the green team on Lee. If Isaiah is not there or fall, sometimes the fates of two superstars are forever linked favorite. Magnificent Run hands. Madonna. Is that Stockman way? No. How these store Begin. And even when we've seen how some of the man you're leaving, what about everything that went down in between who was right? Who is wrong? In which side are you on? I've covered sports for years and places like Sports Illustrated and Espy Nation, and I've been fortunate enough to witness the drama, the greatness and the emotion up close, which is why we're excited to bring you deep into some of the biggest rivalries in sports like Read far fighting off Aaron Rodgers for the starting QB job in Green Bay. Michael Jordan clashing with Isiah Thomas and the U. S. Olympic Kristina Matanza, Sam Shane the KFBK Morning News News 93.1 KFBK now trending The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement with a company called Flow Health. It's a fertility tracking APP. They say Flo Health was improperly sharing with Facebook data, which included information on when women were populated after another history making day Wednesday, voting for another impeachment try and.

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06:02 min | 2 years ago

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"KFBK Morning news actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has made a rather remarkable some Michael startling comparison. He has compared protestors in Washington D C to Nazis. KFBK is Marshall Benson Report As a response to the riots at the United States Capitol last week, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger took to Twitter in his video, He described what it was like to grow up in a country that had lost its democracy. As a former Austrian citizen. He described how he was surrounded by men and women who had supported Nazi Germany passively by just following along. He assured Americans that those seeking to undermine the Constitution and fair elections by invading the United States Senate will never win and that justice and democracy will prevail. Marshall Benson used 93.1 kfbk authorities They're charging dozens of Trump supporters who stormed the U. S. Capitol KFBK is Mike Power report, Justice Department officials announced the arrest Saturday of three of the highest profile accused writers from last week's capital siege, including that shirtless barbarian looking man. His name Jacob Anthony. Chance Lee, a k a. Jake Angeli. He called the FBI as well. Washington office Thursday and turned himself in Adam Christian Johnson, seen on video carrying Nancy Pelosi's lectern has been arrested. Richard Barnett, photographed sitting with his feet on Nancy Pelosi's desk was arrested to Lonnie Kaufman of Fox Ville Alabama brought guns and 11 Mason Jar Molotov cocktails to the protest and he's been arrested and charged and Derrick Evans resigned from the West Virginia House of delegates on Saturday after participating in the storming of the capital, Mike Power News 93.1 KFBK. Several inmates escaped, Amar said. County jail over the weekend were, said county Sheriff Vern Wink warn. Keep says that six inmates access to 20 FT High roof using makeshift ropes sometime around 11 30 on Saturday night. They used that makeshift rope out of braided sheets and were able to come down off the side of the building won't he says that new rules on night checks gave the inmates and eight hour head start on their escape. We do have officers walking up and down the cell blocks, but we are no longer allowed to wake them up because they deemed it necessary for them to have the whole Last sleep. They didn't even know the inmates were gone until morning of Sunday. They still have not been found. California hospitals desperately need more medical workers. A program designed to attract more health care workers initially drew 95,000 applicants, but very few of them actually met the qualifications. State officials say they need at least 3000 temporary medical workers to keep up with the cove in 19 surge. Governor Newsom's new proposed budget includes an extra $600 for low income Californians CAPE because Deena Kodiak Report seven or Gavin Newsom is proposing a $227 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year. It includes funding for a golden state stimulus to get low income Californians an additional $600 stimulus check. We want with urgency to get to a nap Billion $2.4 billion into the pockets of four million Californians to help them with evictions to help them with rent to help them with utilities to help them with childcare, helping with food all over the spectrum of support they so desperately needed this moment, Newsome is aiming to get checks sent out within three weeks of Assigned Budget. Dina Kodiak News 93.1 kfbk, Why are dead? Kratz and Congress so anxious to impeach President Trump Do they believe he's a danger because he incited Wednesday's unrest of the capital, or do they believe he's not stable? Or could it be? They fear what could happen Four years from now? We may have been given a clue over the weekend when Congresswoman Alexandria Alexandria, a Costco Cortez, a Democrat from New York, Appeared on ABC s this week. It is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. Well, you know, I absolutely believe that impeachment should be scheduled for several reasons. Several reasons. One. Of course, our main priority is to ensure the removal of Donald Trump is president of the United States every minute and every hour that he is an office. Represents a clear and present danger not just to the United States Congress but frankly to the country. But in addition to removal, we're also talking about complete barring off the president, or rather of Donald Trump from running for office ever again. There you go. That maybe the reason why, by the way as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, it didn't admitted much as much in a 60 Minutes interview last night. Said that one of the major objectives here is to make sure that Donald Trump cannot run for president again. They don't want him coming back. They don't by the way, President elect Joe Biden has so far avoided taking a firm position. On removing President Trump from office after last week's capital, right, he's not come out either way. Well, he did say something something to the effect of, you know Congress is handling it. Well, they are handling their gonna take up a vote. No. Probably voters early as Wednesday. Probably will. Pelosi seems determined to come forward and do this nine days left. But the question you know, really becomes motivation. I mean, do they think that you know Donald Trump is quote unquote off his rocker and crazy and she can't handle the office of the President, United States. Do they think that he incited the riot, or do they think that they're really afraid about 2024 on the potential of him? Come circling back around and running again. You know, maybe it's all of the above. It could be. I mean, she did, say Pelosi in one of her interviews, I think on 60 Minutes, said, Look, you know he needs to pay for what happened at the Capitol. That's not all that, AOC said in the interview with With ABC, by the way, How really? Oh, no, she talked about the number of members of Congress that nearly died on Wednesday. Pretty big number. Really? None of them died. No, none of them. Not one, anyone. We've got the clip. We're gonna roll that out in about. I don't know 15 minutes or so. So you'll hear that for yourself coming up in 15. Also, by the way, Speaking of clips, we got some brand new audio CEO of parlor. Oh, okay. They've been shut down, you know, locked out by what? Google Amazon Apple, So he's got some thoughts on that. Okay, We'll have all of that. Coming up first. Let's get you this hour's top national stories from.

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

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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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02:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Currently outside, We have 37 degrees in Sacramento. With 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, the judge has temporarily blocked Darryl She's ears move to Wilton, CBS 13 reports that she's years last known addresses in Del Paso Heights. But officials notified residents last month that he has applied to rent a home in Wilton Governor Newsome's proposed new budget includes $4 billion for California's economy and green Initiatives. KFBK Sneaky McGahee US with more 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. Nika McCall his news 93.1. KFBK new developments in the unemployment fraud situation in California, where billions of dollars apparently were handed out new reports this morning show that millions of dollars in covert 19 unemployment funds have reportedly been paid to inmates in out of state jails and prisons. Analysis has found that the department approved more than 6000 claims totaling more than $42 million involving people who were most likely incarcerated out of the state of California. A $200,000 campaign to clean up the floor of Lake Tahoe is underway, thanks to some hefty donations. 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 ways 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 6 34 on this Wednesday morning. Here are your top national stories. Democratic challenger John on Soft is declaring victory and one of the Georgia Senate races this morning. He spoke in a video message thanking his supporters. This campaign has been about health and jobs. And.

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04:59 min | 2 years ago

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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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