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Boston Local News: New Hampshire Mom Says She Was Kicked Off Flight After 2-Year-Old Son Wouldn’t Wear Mask
"Mom says she was pushed to her breaking point when she was kicked off of American Airlines flight to Manchester, New Hampshire last Thursday after her two year old son wouldn't wear a mask. Rachel Davis posted on social media. She did everything she could to keep the mask on the little guy. Everybody had to get off the plane after re boarding the pilot warning passengers not tow hassle the crew about it, give them any problems at all about this decisions that I have made, we'll turn the fight around will come back to Charlotte. Davis had been a work on a work trip in Florida as another passenger, capturing the exchanges on camera, calling it very cold and cruel. Here's Davis's reaction when she was called out by the pilot. I don't know. All major U. S. Airlines require any child aged two and over to wear a mask in order to fly. But the policy has come under scrutiny is more story surface
Kelly Clarkson is getting divorced
"Everybody keeps asking. Are you okay? You okay? And I am the answer is yes. Well, obviously Kelly Clarkson's getting divorced back in the studio for her talk show, addressing into her divorce from her husband, Brandon Blackstock. She kicked off her monologue by sharing what a difficult year it's been for Her 2020 has been Brought by change to her personal life. So anyway, she's going through that with four kids. You just heard a lot of divorce going on. During this pandemic. There is there is sad. Okay, let's get outside.
Empty seats and no red carpet: the Emmys in the age of coronavirus
"Jason. How did the Emmys go last night? Can we get rid of red carpets forever? And that's what I'm fine with that I didn't miss it from the show and as somebody who covers these things. They're annoying there in order to cover, especially the Emmys. The Emmys idiots usually like 95 degrees and just hot and terrible, And it's just about everybody saying the same thing over and over and over again. I'm fine without having that so under the winners, though s Creek from pop TV wins big and it was. This is an amazing story because In the first The show's been on for six seasons in the first five seasons of the show zero Emmys last night at 17 Emmys it with all the categories every single Emmys comedy category. Hit one, which is just to go from zero to everything that's never happened before. It's UN president, President Idan Emmys history and a lot of people are going to be sitting around trying to figure out why the show and it was it better in its sixth season than it was in all five seasons was that the competition was that we were all watching because of the pandemic. I mean, there's so many possibilities. It's a good show. I mean, I remember when it first came out getting on that on that train. It's a very good show, and it was fun to see. I saw some of the excerpts of the acceptance speeches. I mean, they've obviously worked so hard on it. Yeah, and they were. They were all together. That was nice to see a cz. Well, they threw their own party. They were in Canada and they threw their own party, Teo and they were ableto every all have the whole cast and crew there together, So it felt Mohr liken Emmys, then say going too. Regina King's home or Zendaya's home or something like that. It had a kind of a different feel to it. But when we did go to the winners homes that was interesting as well. Although I was rooting for chaos. I wanted things to go crazy because I thought that would have been good TV and things were kind of normal. So, Jason, you know, I hear you when you say that, you know, you have to cover the red carpet and you get a little frustrated with the whole thing. I mean, if I hear where you're wearing one more time, it's got you But I have to tell you this in my home. My wife and kids love to see. Okay. What are they wearing? And they love it. The pageantry I know people do in the most clicked on stories. Usually the next day have to do with the dresses and you know who wore it Best and things like that, And I I get that, but it also without having it and without having the I mean, they're still were a few shows. He did a show. A couple of local stations here in Los Angeles did shows as well. But without the whole thing. I mean, it's something I think. That wasn't necessarily missed. It costs a lot of money. It takes a lot of time. It takes a lot of people on DH. I think coming out of the pandemic, we're all going to look at what you know what we can streamline what we did streamline over the past few months and what we can keep that way going forward. I don't know. Maybe the red carpets one of those casualties It does truly take a village to look like that, Jason Agency way love your purest progress. Thank you so much Like the honesty very
US Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 200000
"In on 200,000 Kobe deaths, the most reported from any nation in the world. The US that for the Johns Hopkins University tally is an increase in Corona virus cases in 27 States increase in deaths in 19 States, According to the Cova tracking project.
Iran vows 'hit' on all involved in US killing of top general
"Becoming the hardest hit country. Threatening revenge for a U. S remote controlled killing. ABC is Lama Hassan, the head of Iran's Revolutionary Guard is threatening to target anyone who had a role in the killing of top General Qasem Soleimani, the chief saying. Quote Our Revenge for martyrdom of our great general is obvious. Serious and riel. Soleimani was killed in a U. S drone strike in
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died
"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make
Many Hospitals Charge More Than Twice What Medicare Pays
"And health insurers paying more than twice as much as Medicare does for hospital services that's included in a new report from the Rand Corporation. Showing that businesses and private insurance companies paid hospitals an average of 247% of what Medicare paid between 2016 and 2018. The results of show that access to such information is important for employers to make sure their insurers are negotiating for low and consistent hospital rates. Swedish tech
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"KFBK continuing coverage. Joe Biden attack President Trump's response to Cova during a town hall on CNN Kfbk is Mike Bauer report I never, ever ever thought. I would see such a thoroughly totally irresponsible. Administration. And he continued, highlighting that health officials and scientists dating that mask wearing saves lives is not taking away Americans Freedoms. American's freedom was taken away by President Trump. You lost your freedom. Because he didn't act while Biden highlighted trumps handling of the Corona virus. He also addressed wages and workers, explaining that he would increase wages for health care workers. Biden also repeatedly punched up his connection to blue collar workers in northeastern Pennsylvania who could relate to the feeling of being looked down on as a three time presidential candidate without an Ivy League degree. Mike Power News 93.1 kfbk at 605 are featured audio clip This our FBI director Chris Ray. Who has confirmed what many Americans have long suspected, he told members of Congress of how American taxpayers are inadvertently paying for the Chinese communist government to steal our intellectual property. It is our featured audio clip this hour. The Chinese view themselves as in a an international talent war. And they recognise that American innovation and research is the envy of the world and, frankly, the envy of China. On DH when they can't innovate and research themselves. They send people over here, Um, in some cases, legitimately, but in many cases, not Who engaged in intellectual property theft. Taking information American research on bringing it back to China to advance China's national security goals, which has the perverse effect, since a lot of this research is taxpayer funded as essentially the perverse, effective having American taxpayers funding China's advancement at our expense. So director Ray says the formula is Chinese Communist government to sends over, researchers quote unquote and then they steal and then go back to China with that information. Locally. It has an implication. Obviously, there was a quote unquote researcher at the University of UC Davis. And has now been charged not convicted but charged with apparently having ties to the Chinese military that she did not disclose. Right. So we don't know. I mean, if it was political or corporate, or you know what it wass. I mean, we've also had the consulate in Houston that was shut down right. The Chinese consulate in Houston on their computers were stripped or gone, or They did something with them before they were able to close it out. But, yeah, I mean, this has been a problem, especially for entrepreneurs who create things and try to market them overseas. You know, they don't have to get patents with the Chinese government, or else they have their design stolen, though that's been going on for a long time. And high tech experts will tell you just exactly what you said. This has been going. They've been stealing our stuff for a long, long time in Italy, and the question becomes, how do we go about shutting that down? And is there a more aggressive effort to stop that? Pipeline. Corporate espionage that's for security experts. Big market right, OK, let's get over to our ABC top national stories now. From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. The next steps from the Trump administration are a ban on downloads of a pair.
‘Ash Taint’ Causing Wineries To Reject Grapes From Some Sacramento County Growers
"Wild Fires is hurting the grape harvest KFBK Sneak a mega has explains a Sacramento County form bureau representative says ash taint the particles of the ash. Settling on the fruit is infiltrating a smoke type flavor into the grape. The ash Tate has now affected the contracts between at least one winery and grape growers in Sacramento and San Joaquin counties. So far, 100 acres of merlot and Pino NWA have been avoided, which is about a million dollar loss and revenue to growers. Chickamauga,
U.S. Unemployment Claims Held Nearly Steady Last Week
"Economic toll of covert 19 pandemic continues to be reflected in weekly unemployment numbers. ABC is Erica Kerensky has those numbers. Another 860,000 laid off Americans filed new claims for the first time last week for jobless benefits. The labor market has been slowly recovering. But still the number of people filing new claims for unemployment benefits is about five times as high as it was before the pandemic.
Wildfires Spread In Oregon, California As Conspiracy Theories Blame Antifa
"This morning. There are new conspiracy theories about how fires started. KPK correspondent Michael Kastner reports. Wildfires in Oregon Washington, California killed at least 34 people and destroyed over 4.7 million acres. Sheriff in Clackamas County near Portland, says We're also shutting down conspiracy theories that antifa extremism in setting the fires and Cutting down power lines. Sheriff Craig Roberts says they investigate every tip. But the investigators find tip came from a friend or a friend, who has no evidence. One of his deputies was caught on video spreading the rumors, Robert said. 15 people have been arrested for looting and evacuation zones, but none of them were extremists. Michael Kastner, NBC News Radio, Portland, Oregon.
U.S. Unemployment Claims Held Nearly Steady Last Week
"Toll of covert 19 pandemic continues to be reflected in weekly unemployment numbers. ABC. Sara Carter Ski has those numbers. Another 860,000 laid off. Americans filed new claims for the first time last week for jobless benefits. The labor market has been slowly recovering. But still the number of people filing new claims for unemployment benefits is about five times as high as it was before the pandemic.
Divers think they've found the USS Grenadier, a U.S. submarine lost during WWII
"Found what they believe is the wreck of a U. S Navy submarine The U. S has granted dear lost 77 years ago in Southeast Asia in World War two. They've sent the Navy photos and other evidence for verification.
Snowflake's stock enjoys red-hot open, with first trade more than double the IPO price
"What a day to be a snowflake Red hot open for snowflake there first trade with more than double the AIPO prices is a cloud based software company. Other backed by Berkshire Hathaway. They're backed by sales for so this one has been in the works for a while, but it was a very successful AIPO the stock up 112%. On the day so strong start for
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC
FBI: Person in custody in connection with drive-by shooting outside federal courthouse in Downtown Phoenix
"Courthouse, FBI telling ABC News an arrest has been made. It comes after somebody in a sedan drove by the federal courthouse in Phoenix firing shots. Federal security officer was injured with non life threatening injuries. Police moved in to set up a perimeter for awhile. The suspect was not caught. But now the FBI saying somebody is in
Louisville agrees to pay Breonna Taylor's family $12 million and enact police reforms in historic settlement
"A settlement with the family of Briana Taylor, the empty worker killed during a no knock warrant by police officers back in March. It includes the $12 million payment and police reform. Not going to stop our calls to hope the officers Responsible for Brianna's death accountable. The scent family's attorney, Loni to Baker, Senator Kamala
How COVID accelerated a 20-year surge in demand for pets
"The pandemic is driving up demand for pets. There's an expert out there who says there was already a growing demand for pets, particularly dogs You're about to hear from Mark Cushing. He's the CEO of the Animal Policy group. He's the author of a book called Pet Nation. The Love Affair that changed America. And here's what he says is causing all of this is what he told Yahoo News. The truth is covert accelerated, but it just reflects what's been a 20 year, Serge And demand for Pat's particularly dogs. Adam and we have a shortage. I put the shore aged between 1 to 2 million dogs per year, forcing us to go overseas to some pretty rough neighborhoods. The supply needs. Who knew wanted two million shortage a year there were importing so this the extent that we have to go overseas to get them. I mean, we always thought that you're no spaying and neuter and the shelters are full and right. Well, that kind of might be the case. Because we drilled down a little bit deeper right now, and Cushing says that there's a network of animal shelters all across the U. S. And they shared dogs with each other. So when one shelter runs out, another shelter sends more. There are pockets in the deep South, Lower Midwest in southwest for shelters are full of animals. Most shelters air out of dogs. By noon on Saturday, and I'd say in the Greater New York area if you're looking for a dog, you better get there on Thursday or Friday. Shelters supply about 25% of all dogs annually. And so the issue isn't the fact that shelters are chock full when people don't want a shelter, puppy. No, no, The issue is there just aren't enough dogs. Southern shelter. Send dogs to the Northeast East. Tennessee Feeds Buffalo, Alabama, please. New Jersey, Mississippi feeds Minneapolis. Ella feeds Porter Ryan from originally in Seattle. So there's kind of a canine freedom train ad hoc economy here a sufficient But it's reflecting the fact that the shelter's particularly above the Mason Dixon line, and anybody remembers that phrase don't have dogs. So Christina they're moving dogs from shelter to shelter all across America, because some have greater demand than others. And why didn't we get into the pet industry? Why did we not invest in pet supplies? Good. Because you know how many supplies come with a pet? Well, you know, because you're getting a second one. Sure do. We're going to have double the supplies, double beds, the pooper scooper, the whole everything right? But even all the ancillary businesses that have cropped up and popped up because of that there are pet cemeteries. Right. There are people who all they do is take care of pets of wealthy people. That's all they do. There's a travel website that if you want to go stay in a beautiful home in Paris and take care of someone's poodle. You could do that for free. So just all you have to do is take care of the rest. All you have to do is take care of their pets. It's pet sitters like international or something and you go stay for free anywhere and take care of someone's lab. Oh, that's not
Trump dismisses climate change as cause of fires as western wildfires stop at Canadian Border
"Sacramento, President Trump made it clear that he believes the key to preventing more wildfires is with new forest management techniques. Here's what he told reporters and McClellan airpark. It is our featured audio clip this hour. They also have to do cuts. I mean, people don't like to do cuts, but they have to do cut in between. So you do have a fire and it gets away. You'll have a 50 yard cut in between, so it won't be able to catch to the other side. They don't do that. If you go to other countries, you goto, Austria. You goto, Finland, You goto many different countries and they don't have private. I was talking to a head of a major country. And he said, We're a forest nation. We consider herself a forestation. This was in Europe. I said, that's a beautiful term. He said. We have trees. They're far more explosive. He meant explosive in terms of fire, but we have trees that are far more explosive than they have in California, and we don't have any problem. Because we manage our far so we have to do that in California, too, is broader point is we have to look at other countries, not just Europe, By the way, Canada have you seen a map of the fires that are burning along the West Coast, and they're burning all the way from Southern California all the way up to Washington, right to the border with Canada, and then nothing. I stuff nothing above the border. So I mean, if it is climate change, and only climate changes, climate change stopped at the border, right? Well, and
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"KFBK Now trending at least 35 people have now died in wildfires scorching the West Coast are hair horse filled with smoke. The Air quality index in Sacramento currently stands at 175 in Portland. The index exceeded 500 air quality was hazardous. In Portland, Oregon, Democrats on the West Coast are criticizing President Trump's response to the region's devastating wildfires, which have left Mohr than 30 people dead now and burn through an area the size of New Jersey. ABC is Katherine Faulder's joins us now with Mohr and Catherine, who was speaking out What are they saying? Hey, there. Good morning. So we've heard from Washington governor in Italy, for example, who have been criticizing the president for saying that this is about forest mismanagement. He's called the Fire's climate fires. Critics of the president wants him to acknowledge that this has Something to do with climate change of various studies have shown the president has repeatedly referred Tio Kwan. It change as a hope. So look, I think it's critics in these these states. For example, these three Democratic led states, California, Oregon and Washington that are experiencing these awful fires. They want to hear more from the president and use their stayed silent on this for the past couple weeks or so. Today he's out in California, where he will receive a briefing on these fires, along with governor New Son of California Catherine As we've discussed on our program quite a bit in the recent days, this is not just a one stop shopping issue. It's not just climate change. It's not just force mismanagement. I mean, for the wildfires in the West Coast were arson. They were set by somebody. I mean, this is much more complicated, and it's just It's It's so baffling tow us. All of this has become such a simpleton discussion. Right, and you got on the West Coast. You don't know much more about this. But that's essentially what the governor of Washington was saying. His frustration is that the problem isn't just timber thinning, for example, That's what he said on ABC this week. So to your point, it's much more complicated. It's not just one thing that I think Democrats want to hear. From the president on climate change, for example, as being one of the issues here at the same time, they don't want to hear the president say that this is just about forest mismanagement. That is a much more complicated issue than a Z. Imagine That's what they need to meet in the middle and admit that there are a variety of things that are causing this Alright, Katherine falters. Thank you so much. We appreciate your time. You know it is. It is maddening to see that that it's become politicized to the point where it has to be one thing or the other. It's so dumb. His discussion is so dumb. I can't it just It's I scratch my head and sit back and think they are you folks educated at all on anything well, and even if it Okay, let's let's say that that is all of the above. You know, climate change, enforce mismanagement. But if climate change is something that's happening then eventually we do have to get smarter about how we managed for us so they can't they play handed hand? Sure do They sure do. And even I mean, even indigenous people knew that you had to clear out. The forest wasn't awhile, right? I mean, that's what they did. Pretty simple for any of us were in California ever for centuries, you know? Okay. We got to get out to the road right now. Checking Brian Noble. Theo. It's rolling on this Monday morning. Hey, Brian. Good morning. This thing this report by East one things rolling pretty well on our freeways around Sacramento, 80 from Roseville. Just still a nine minute trip to the cap city. Split cap. Nine minutes. Either way between the split on highway 50 13 minutes Informal grove on I 5 14 to do it on 99 little slowing off and on from foreign rode the highway 50 could add maybe a minute on your commute..
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"Kfbk in About two months ago, I lost my wife. I have recently discovered how I'm I as an old man of 80 to enjoy my physical being. I listen front walk around my house, My walker naked. And occasionally my past good night. That's my name. That's what Against the wall show ever. That's the man that made that man a man named Otis Redding. Born on this date September, the 9th 1941 because he didn't dock in bay One everyone seems to know, but he had so many great songs. Course we all know Kendall's wonderful version of Docking Bay two for that on this show Happy birthday to Otis Redding. I told you.
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"Kfbk The U. S Postal Service as California is one of the states, which may struggle getting ballots back to election offices in time for the count this November 46 days in Washington, D C. All received warnings about the male delay ahead of the presidential election. The warning say Election male has to be sent by first class mail instead of nonprofit, marketing male rate. National Weather Service says Friday's excessive heat warning for the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys will continue through Wednesday night. Forecasters say daytime highs will run about 10 to 20 degrees above normal with triple digit highs through the inland valleys, delta and portions of the Sierra foothills. Democrats continue to strengthen their hold on the Golden State. Voter registration figures show Democratic registration at 46% by 1% since 2016 the party added. Over one million new voters since 2018. Republican registration went down 24% from 27% in 2016. I'm Angelica Johan Sacramento traffic and a very pleasant good evening to you. Your pumping the brakes in Sacramento's Southdown I five just before floor and road. I'm seeing a solo car collision in the right lane heads up the Garden Highway's closed from east of I 52 trucks will tell on his 31st. In addition, Thomas Park Drive is also closed during work day hours. North of the Garden highway, Remember to use an alternate route? South bound I five the Vietnam Veterans rest area is shut down for landscape Bork, they hope to have that reopens on December 1st traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Aurora News at E 3.1 KFBK Now Sacramento weather Lots of sunshine lights out for the rest of the afternoon while behind between 105.
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"Kfbk way are rolling into the weekend, and it's 6 30 Thanks for joining us. I'm Sam Change. I'm Kristine Amanda coming up on the KFBK Morning News. No, thanks. The Northern California city were police officers and firefighters have agreed to delay their pay raises a major tourist attraction, now ready to reopen in northern California and mask shaming social distance shaming, and now there's a new kind of shaming what it is and why we shame each other. And does it work in 15 minutes, But first, let's get outside and take a look. Ryan nobles is standing by. This report is brought to you by East Lawn. Things are looking pretty quiet on our freeways around Sacramento. No reports of any accidents or as there's no delays, either, and that includes every direction through downtown Cap City Freeway. Nine minutes. Either way between the split on Highway 50 high five is at the limit both ways between idea. Highway 50. There may be times when we were apart. East Lawn understands the importance. Coming together to grieve the loss of a friend or a family member. Count on East Lawn to be your compassionate guy, providing the closure you need learn. Mohr east lawn dot com. Today. Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons News, 93.1 Kfbk. Excessive Heat Warning is in effect from noon today through nine PM Wednesday for dangerous Eat. Partly sunny. It's very hot today with a high of 106 to 1 10 The record is one of 77 1920. Clear to partly cloudy and warm. Tonight 71 to 75. Sunny and very hot Tomorrow with a high of 1052109 Mac, you others. Joe Lundberg News, 93.1 Kfbk currently 62 degrees on Lake Tahoe 74 degrees in Roseville, not on the story's trending On this Friday morning. San Francisco's police and fire unions have reportedly agreed to defer pay raises. As the city climbs out of a deep budget hold kft, Kay's roly Balon explains. The Chronicle says that previously negotiated raises will be on hold for two years. Under a tentative agreement. San Francisco is looking at a $1.5 billion deficit as thousands of other city workers have already deferred pay raises to the end of the year. The ongoing prone a virus pandemic has slammed the brakes.
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"Kfbk from ABC News, then she'll Biden and Kamala Harris or two of the most optimistic people I know. You're going to see that optimism. ABC is mark rebel, Artisan Wilmington ahead of the campaign rollout and the Republican response. So far, President Trump in the Republican Party now know what they're up against. But while Harris was rumored to be a finalist for Biden's VP pick for some time, the Trump campaign hasn't seemed to nail down their messaging President Trump in his campaign or painting, Harris is Quote the most liberal senator, which is debatable and say she's controlled by the radical left. But then, at the same time, they say Biden's pick has the Democratic Party's left wing in revolt and that she doesn't generate excitement in the party. Mark Re Malard ABC NEWS, Wilmington, Delaware. The president will attend an event this hour at the White House on getting kids back to school safely. Communities and parents trying to gauge the risks of sending kids into the classroom or keeping them home in New Jersey, where the infection rate has been kept low after the First wave Governor Phil Murphy today says he's signing an executive order that will allow school colleges and universities to reopen reopen, with some exceptions, districts that cannot meet all the health and safety standards. For safe in person. Instruction will begin their school year in an all remote fashion. A day after Russia's president claimed his country as the first Covad 19 vaccine, Russian authorities have contacted the World Health Organization to pre qualify for that vaccine that, according to the state run, Interfax, the WHO Country office in Russia says it's still waiting for more information on the vaccines development. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news, 93.1 kfbk. Good afternoon. 12. 02 I'm Dana Heads with your top local stories. Well, are you ready for it? Much of Northern California.
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"KFBK from ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. Cases of the Corona virus are exploding in some state. It took four months for Georgia to reach 100,000 Corona virus cases, and in just four weeks it doubled. Thats is an internal FEMA memo obtained. By ABC News, which also says the South Carolina test positivity rate has remained near 20% for over four weeks. The largest portion of cases in South Carolina have been among those 21 to 30 years old. The median age is 40. The Texas test positivity rate reached a record daily high of 40% last Wednesday. ABC is Chuck's Iverson. Mixed outlook in the July jobs report. US. Hiring slowed in July as the Corona virus outbreak worsened. Company's having 1.8 million jobs, including 1/2 1,000,000 in manufacturing, a number celebrated by President Trump. And we're getting them even in A pandemic, which is disappearing is going to disappear. But after employer shed a staggering 22 million jobs in March in April, the added jobs in July or a fraction of what's needed to heal the job market. Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff in Arizona running to regain his post has been defeated. Arpaio on Friday lost the Republican primary by over 6200 volts to his former top aide, Jerry Sheraton. Sheraton will face the Democrat who previously defeated Arpaio in November. Controversial Liberty University president and Chancellor Jerry Falwell announced Friday he's taking an indefinite leave of absence at the request from the board of directors. Falwell is coming under fire for several social media posts during his tenure, including one earlier this week. Showing him with a woman who had her midriff exposed, alumnus Joel Brown tells ABC News. It's been a long time coming. Many of us live with your ship in the things.
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"KFBK Today We're looking at a hot temperatures highs near 96 degrees tonight clear with low around 60 in the Valley weekend looks sunny and hot as well highs around 97 98 for Saturday and Sunday Monday. As we head back to work sunny and will reach a high of 95 degrees, currently 61 in Sacramento at news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Okay, let's get news from the neighborhood right now with Albert Parnell. What you find out there in the headlines this coming out of the Fairfield, the Fairfield Republic Beneath is a Mayor Elizabeth Patterson will not be running for for 1/4 term instead, she said. You will focus her energy on climate change. Okay, Okay, taking off doing something else by Wall Street Journal headline this morning. Jobless aid expires. Talks Continue on Corona Virus package, So the $600 weekly supplement goes away for Friday. Today, This is it, and Democrats and Republicans are quarrelling. I think I saw a picture of Mark Meadows or some video of Mark Meadows, White House chief of staff, leaving Nancy Pelosi's office yesterday. And somebody said, How close are you? He said. We're not closed. No, they're not. I was listening this morning to a report that said the major sticking points are 1st $600 Right. Republicans want to take it down to like $200 extra say that it'll get people back to work. That's one problem and then they the Democrats want to give a lot of money to states and local governments like to the tune of three trillion or something well. Their package their overall packages three trillion. But a lot of that money is going to go to states and locals where the federal government's package does not plan for that, and it's a much smaller package. It's one trillion Republicans want one trillion and they want three trips. Look, this thing starts to blow up late next week when some of these unemployment benefits start to run out. Oh, yeah. You start seeing people being kicked out of their homes and so forth and having a hard time paying the bills. Yeah, it's goingto it's going to ratchet up right. Given the savings rate in America today, you probably got about a week to two weeks lead time, and that's about it right. All right. We want to help you pay your bills. If you miss the keyword earlier. This is a second chance for you this hour to win $1000 Text 202 100 with the keyword bills win 1000 bucks 202 100. Now..
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"The KFBK Morning News. As schools in California struggle with new lock down restrictions, Many are trying to adapt their plans for a fall return, at least in some cases. Gavin Newsom, announcing the Los Angeles and San Diego County schools have a distance learning program that will start off in the fall and kfbk is Kimberly Knox reports that San Joaquin County school District officials I've also adopted a distance learning approach for the beginning of the upcoming academic year. Stockton's interim district superintendent announced yesterday that they do not believe schools can be reopened safely right now and plan to reinstate in person learning as soon as public health conditions allow. District officials say that more information on distance learning will be released over the next few weeks and say they are ready to support the mental health and wellness of their students and staff. Kimberly Knox News, 93.1 KFBK. The uncertainty of the Corona virus is causing anxiety when it comes to teachers returning to Butte County Classroom's next month. KFBK is Mike Baka. Reports from Chico Kevin Moretti is the president of the Chico Unified Teachers Association. And he says In a recent survey, 75 to 80% of teachers were concerned and apprehensive. About holding in person classes, part of teachers. They range from people that I cannot do my job to the ability I want to, unless I'm in the classroom of those kids to the other side of that, with people saying It's not safe for me or the kids to go back like that, Moretti says. The good news is that the district and the teachers union have an open line of communication and they're working in a cooperative fashion, he says. Right now, each day brings something new, and I would never blame the district for not doing expires. Nobody, you know. We're all winging it. The district will decide on protocols within Chico classrooms this week. Mike Baka News, 93.1 calf. Meantime, Orange County's Board of education taking a totally different approach here, they have voted to allow schools to re open for in person classes starting next month. Without the requirement of face masks and social distancing was afford a one vote in favor of the measures. However, each school they say in that county can actually implement and regulate their own health guidelines on overwhelming majority of parents polled say it would be risky to send Children back to school in the fall. KFC CASE Mike Bara report by President Trump in Education Secretary Betsy DeVos pushing schools to open in the fall school should be opened. The kids want to go to school in new access. Epps is Corona Virus Index. Poll says 71% of US parents polled say it would be risky to send Children back to school. In the fall. In California, officials announced that public schools in Los Angeles and San Diego responsible for 825,000 students will hold online classes on Ly in the fall. Atlanta has joined those schools and schools in Nashville planted in the same at least through Labor Day. Mike Power News, 93.1 Kfbk and what we spent a lot of time talking about schools going back to school, actually Major League baseball still baseball season or it would be without the virus and Major League Baseball preparing for an abbreviated season. KFBK is Jordan Christmas has the latest development now a CE faras. The Bay Area teams are concerned the San Francisco Giants in the Oakland A's are looking to get some warm up games together. Both teams announced yesterday that they have agreed to play two exhibition games next week. The first game will be held next Monday at the Oakland Coliseum, and the second game will be the next day at Oracle Park in San Francisco. The two exhibition games between these two teams will be held just before the start of the regular season. Next Thursday. Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK NOW time to get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news, 93.1 KFBK Corona VIRUS Cases Rise in California They've announced bars, movie theaters, and Jim's will have to shut their doors once again. California basically throwing itself in reverse, going back about six or seven weeks in terms of reopening now. Superintendent of the school District, the second biggest school district in the country, has said no in person classes in the fall. He fears his schools will become a giant Petri dish. NBC's Matt Gutman, several schools in Florida or holding meetings today, and they're reopening plans. The World Health Organization, issuing another warning that if countries aren't careful with strict social distancing and mask wearing guidelines, the trend will be for cases to continue to rise. Federal government carrying out its first execution in 17 years and about white supremacist put to death by lethal injection earlier this morning at a prison in Indiana court hearing today for Glenn Maxwell, the former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein, she's accused of helping him procure young women for sex. Carrie Preston ABC News Just ahead on the cave became morning news, a state park closing down a trail due to wildlife getting too friendly with visitors. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Stay connected with.
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"Along with kfbk traffic tip line dial, pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons News, 93.1 kfbk. Sunshine today and pleasant this afternoon with a high of 87 to 91 tonight will be clear with a little 53 to 57 Sunshine tomorrow with a high of 80 to 92 Saturday. Independence Day will be very warm with sunshine and a high of 95 to 99. Macula there. Meteorologist Joe Lundberg News, 93.1 KFBK currently 59 degrees in Sacramento, with stories now trending on the cave became morning news. In a move that will drastically alter the upcoming Fourth of July weekend in California Governor Newsome has shut down all indoor businesses in more than 75% of the state. Kfbk is Mark Mayfield has details to a surgeon Corona virus cases, the governor said the order applies to 19 counties. That have been on the state's county monitoring list for three state days Among those Los Angeles County, Kern, Sacramento, Riverside and Orange, all indoor restaurants, Morris movie theaters, family entertainment centers and museums must close for at least three weeks. Zeus and said the group of counties account for over 70% of the state's population as fourth of July weekend approaches. He encourages counties with closures to cancel firework shows. L, A county beaches and all Southern California and Bay Area Beach parking facilities will also be closed. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK startling reports this morning out of San Quentin State prison, another death row inmate has died. And it may be linked to covert 19. The outbreak in San Quentin is threatening to overwhelm Marin County Hospital's KFBK Sneak A Magus has mohr on new calls for Governor Newsome to do something. The board wants the state to establish a Koven 19 treatment facility on the prison grounds instead of transferring the sickest inmates to local hospitals. County health director says many hospitals in the region are now refusing to accept any more inmates. San Quentin has at least 1100 Corona virus cases more than 1/3 of its population. Assembly. Mark Levin calls it the biggest prison catastrophe in state history. Making. Miguel Hiss News 93.1 KFBK Prison officials are attributing the outbreak to a recent A botched transfer of an inmate from the highly infected Chino Men's prison. SAN Francisco Rent prices have plunged during the pandemic, but escapee case Jordan Christmas reports Those prices are still the highest in the country, according to the National Rent Trackers jumper. San Francisco's average median price for a one bedroom apartment stands at $280 a month. That is down nearly 12% from this time last year, while the price of a two bedroom apartment is off 10% year over year. Oakland and San Jose are tied with the fourth highest monthly.
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"The KFBK morning news a new adjustment during the pandemic to report this morning California food stamps can be used online starting at the end of the month Kate BK's Nick I'm a guy his reports the state is planning to roll out online use of food stamps for Amazon and Walmart on April twenty eighth online use of benefits has been a pilot program for several states the corona virus pandemic and stay at home orders have allowed California to expedite the rollout for CalFresh once the program is up and running the California department of social services will work to increase the number of participating stores you can make all his news ninety three point one Kathy Kay with unemployment rates skyrocketing in America many are uncertain where their next meal will come from senior fellow at the urban in to to think tank Elaine Waxman breaks down food and security amid the corona virus pandemic we know from other research that for every point unemployment goes after you get about a half a point increase in food insecurity rate and going into this we already had thirty seven million Americans who are food insecure so I think we're talking about millions of people who've been affected in a very short period of time an estimated seventeen million more people are expected to need food in the next six months some relief may be on the way that's the word this morning your skip the case John deagostini with more bay area attorney Seru J. Rahman is working with the California service workers United for power to provide relief for those who are out of work during the corona virus pandemic we have raised a total of twelve point eight million dollars to hand out cash payments to workers across the country will be handing out cash payments of two hundred and thirteen dollars per worker we hope to come back and do more particularly for workers who won't have access to the stimulus dollars Jeremy also says the relief efforts won't end when the lockdown is lifted we need to demand one fair wage livable wages for workers when we come back that's one and two we.
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"And Sam Shane KFBK morning news continues on news ninety three point one A. F. P. K. all right time now is at six forty time to get outside check the box that will sell properties look and make it a little more activity here there this reports right by east lawn now last time around we told you about an accident reported eastbound I. eighty at Eureka road with an ambulance responding siege we still as a listed that way but the in the description they're actually saying it's on the Taylor road on ramp to westbound I. eighty nonetheless speed sensors aren't showing any significant delays also just getting word of an accident eastbound eighty of Madison couple vehicles involved there looks like everything is over on the shoulder no one's heard westbound eighty from Roseville nine minutes gets into the cab cities what another nine on the cap city freeway and you're downtown it's fourteen minutes in from elk Grove on I. five twenty to do it on ninety nine we got an accident in the final clearing stages fender Bender twelfth Avenue it's over on the shoulder out of the roadway fifty westbound from falls in eighteen minutes and from woodland on I. five when you get to Sacramento International Airport downtown's just ten minutes away from coming in from Davis sixteen minutes across because we get to downtown wouldn't it be nice to know that your loved ones won't face the financial or emotional burden of planning your funeral join east lawn for a seminar discussing pre planning on March eighteenth and learn more about planning the funeral you want visit east one dot com for details traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Brian noble's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. if we get a rain snow this is not about alternative today sunny with highs reaching close to eighty degrees tonight clear skies lows in the mid forties in the weekend there is a chance of some rain snow highs will be in the valley about fifty.
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"Oh four now at KFBK will spotlight being put on the different signs of heart attacks between women and men KPK is Rhonda Carter tells us along with common symptoms about a quarter of women experience a typical signs such as upper back pain shortness of breath nausea or palpitations women also are more likely to have multiple symptoms cardiologists Dr Rachel Wyman with Kaiser Permanente says these uncommon signs can mislead women about their condition people may think to themselves I better go get this checked out not necessarily expecting it to be heart related women are susceptible to different types of heart conditions as well a rare condition affects young women with fragile arteries when a tear in the artery occurs symptoms are similar to a heart attack for older women grief can manifest itself like a heart attack it's known as broken heart syndrome it really does happen like when we have grief it definitely can affect our body not just in an emotional way but in a through the physical and physiologic way when it is the best way to prevent a heart attack it's not to smoke get regular exercise eat plenty of veggies and find a way to minimize stress Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. well two men accused of a racially motivated assaults have been arrested in Colfax the second to be reporting that Roger a lily and I his son were arrested it with the same name were arrested Sunday afternoon and booked on charges of assault with a deadly weapon conspiracy also committing a hate crime the father son pair assaulted a tree trimming crew at this past Saturday and it's not just a third it's not just the U. S. by the way excuse me that's focused on major elections right now Israelis casting their ballots for the third time in less than a year A. B. C.'s Jordana Miller reports from Jerusalem Israelis are defying predictions of voter apathy in this third election they're flocking to the polls according to data released by the central election committee at six PM local time fifty six percent of eligible voters had cast their ballots that's a nearly three percent jump from the last election and the highest voter turnout at six PM in more than twenty years it's widely believed prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu will most likely benefit from this surge since right wing voters make up the larger voting bloc in Israel Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem well out of the four hundred and nineteen national park sites in the United States a local staple has been named the most visited site in the national park system with more than fifteen million visitors last year it's the Golden Gate national recreation area they're securing the title of most visited national park compared to fellow nor cal National Park Yosemite coming in seventeenth place with four point four million visitors in twenty nineteen according to the National Park Service more than twenty three point five million visitors visited the Golden Gate national recreation area Muir woods national monument four point national historic site point Reyes national seashore in San Francisco maritime national historic park and that was in twenty nineteen along traffic and weather together for yeah we're going to get that coming right up but right now we're going to get you caught up to speed on the latest news and we'll tell you about time in building building a better Sacramento kid that spent some great fundraising for the Roseville canine officers right now your latest news on news ninety three point one K. K. from ABC news I'm Dave Packard dental from the corona virus in the U. S. rising today to six one hundred one cases of infection in the U. S. but fewer without those who contracted the virus on the diamond princess cruise ship or were repatriated from Wuhan vice president Mike pence today of the domestic cases twenty nine of the forty three are either in California or Washington state around the west to local communities are declaring states of emergency in cinema county north of San Francisco now an emergency declared after finding it second case of corona virus in a patient who had travelled globally but had been in the community for about ten days possibly with it the focus now is trying to contain the virus and prevent it from spreading on its own in the U. S. ABC's Alex stone passengers from South Korea and Italy taking direct flights to the west will be screened stocks came roaring back today the Dow soaring nearly thirteen hundred points getting five percent on hopes that central banks will take action to shield the global economy from the effects of the corona virus outbreak Joe Biden expected to be getting two big endorsements at his rally in Dallas tonight former mayor people to judge and senator Amy Klobuchar's say sources both ending their own campaigns Biden during Texas today I think we're going to do.
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"The KFBK morning news with Christina Mendoza and Sam Shane continues on news ninety three point one K. M. B. K. at seven forty on this Thursday morning was checking with Bryan Knowles Cialis this report is but if I use the Sacramento health we do have an accident southbound sixty five and pleasant Grove Boulevard I don't have a lot of details each fees on the scene no one is injured we already had some slowing on south on highway sixty five all the way from West sunset to pleasant Grove Boulevard now it's just going to get thicker once you're on I eighty Roseville for this what however sixteen minutes manager passes what was spent on the cap city freeway another sixteen gets heated downtown twenty nine minutes in from elk Grove on I five twenty eight to do it on ninety nine fifty for Paul sums of thirty minute drive L. slowing isn't Intel and the between he's on sunrise rather than again when you get a little bit passes infidelity coming from woodland I five it's thirty minutes and also becoming from Davis now it's a twenty six minute drive in some heavy traffic at mace and then again once you get the highway fifty join one million people across the nation to change the future of health and role in the all of us use the Sacramento research program the largest of its kind where what researchers learn could improve health for generations to come visit all of us use the Sacramento dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles these ninety three point one K. F. B. K. sunny and pleasant today highs in the upper sixties tonight partly cloudy a low of about forty degrees tomorrow a carbon copy of today and Saturday more.
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"Three point one KFBK weather brought you by Tom Dave's dot com currently forty five degrees in Sacramento at news ninety three point one K. if the case kind of for quick hit news from a neighbor let's get in with Albert part all right now our technical producer this money what you found out there this morning over yes this is coming out the Tahoe Daily News so take gains former conference they send their now member of the board equalization's will be in south take the top south Lake Tahoe this week to discuss a proposed amendment to proposition thirteen known as the split roll tax initiative boy I don't know Christina if there's going to be a bigger issue in California in November in terms of a state wide issue than proposition thirteen yeah I mean all right I don't know it's a I mean it doesn't it's not gonna can't apparently until November but people are already talking about it businesses are sounding the alarm they're very concerned because this is this prop thirteen change would hit businesses their taxes would go up of wouldn't go up an individual's private property but yeah many people are good point Hey listen I don't know if you've was seen with the markets have done since the president spoke he just wrapped up his remarks douse at one fifty five the nasdaq is up it's at fifty almost sixty and S. and P. is up some almost twenty points yeah we're going hello brother pretty soon he's going away and I'm sure and have some yeah I was just gonna say we need to talk to Kelly because of the reaction from Wall Street seems to be favourable right okay we'll take a break be right back here on KFBK latest news insight and perspective to the news the KFBK morning news with Christina men don sat and Sam Shane on news ninety three point one KFBK.
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"Because we have mold we have a lot to me results American government because it has especially once for supporting Hong yeah so or Ingle their former KFBK reporter handling that story for fox so she ate fox for FOR let us use that audio yeah Colin Kaepernick meals for the national anthem but who stands for it people who love democracy in Hong Kong you want to know what freedoms like what it's like to not have it to have your whole everything you believe in threatened and what do you do in in Hong Kong it's not even their flag but it represents something it means something to them that's why I object that's why I object to Colin Kaepernick's test of the the the American flag in the national anthem because it's not what is it's what we hope to be it's always representative of what we hope for a better future a better life a better a better us a better existence that's why the people in Hong Kong raise the flag that's why they play the American national have them because they're trying to say make a statement that we believe in something better than what we are right now certainly better than the Chinese chai com government are we gonna go to a break more coming up this weekend live I am rob or to go building.