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"More educated related announcements, including more on how to address the digital divide many students face when it comes The technology access Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK this morning Sacramento Mayor Pro TEM Angelique Ashby has announced that she is running for state Senate. Now more than ever. California needs people with diverse backgrounds to lead this'd is a new day. She's running for the seat currently held by state Senator Dr Richard Pan, who has turned out of office and who is endorsing ash speech is someone is going to be hands on working with people on the ground, really trying to build a much stronger and healthier Sacramento and Sacramento region. Ashby is the longest serving member of the Sacramento City Council this morning, a man charged in the 2000 Aventine death of a CHP officer who was then released early, is once again facing trial in Sacramento. Here's KFBK Johnny de Agostini, Alberto Morales Quiroz was sentenced to 10 years in state prison for leading a chase with CHP officers in 2017 on a stolen motorcycle in which an officer suffered a fatal crash. Earlier this month after being released early in July, 2020 due to cope in 19 capacity goals heroes was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a family member with an illegal ghost gun. Preliminary hearing was held in a Sacramento County Superior Court yesterday and curios is next hearing is scheduled for June. 2nd Johnny D. Augustine E News 93.1 calf became the president of Santa Clara University, Kevin O'Brien has resigned. He has been under investigation for allegedly for alleged misconduct with graduate students at the school. Officials at the college say that O'Brien engaged in behaviors during dinners with Jesuit graduate students that were quote inconsistent with established Jesuit protocols and boundaries. This morning, the university's board of trustees has begun their search for a new president. The Colonial pipeline, which supplies fuel too much of the East Coast is back open again. But drivers there can expect to wait in long lines at gas stations for days. Here's cave because Mark Mayfield, the company announced it was back up and running yesterday afternoon following a recent cyber attack. Pipeline serves much of the South and East Coast, and officials say it will take several days for the supply chain to return to normal. The shutdown has led to gas shortages and long lines at service stations across the South. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 kfbk Not now five or five. It is time for our featured audio clip this hour this morning. A Republican congressman says Speaker Nancy Pelosi is more interested in politicizing the January six take over the capital. Then she is an investigating as to what really happened. Congressman James Comer. Republican Kentucky says he has been urging Pelosi for weeks to set up a bipartisan committee to investigate, but she's refused. It is our featured audio clip this hour less than a week after the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Joined ranking members Rodney Davis and John Kiko. And introducing a bill to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the facts and circumstances related to the attack. Commission would also identify review and evaluate lessons learned in order to detect, prevent and respond to such kinds of attacks in the future. But instead of seeking to examine the facts in a bipartisan fashion speaker Pelosi in the Democrats have politicized the January six attack. Until last week. Speaker repose Speaker Pelosi refused to entertain an even split. On the panel. Three months. She dragged her feet and failed to build consensus. Meanwhile, the Senate Engaged in bipartisan, constructive problem solving. So you know that that that that story is just not going away. Pelosi won't let it go on be saying. Look, we've we've been trying to get to the bottom of what happened here and move on. And she doesn't want to do that. Um, and those investigations are going to drag on they're gonna drag on and there's gonna be no investigation. As to all the government buildings that have been destroyed in the Portland, Oregon area. No. No, they're not gonna do that. Because I didn't happen in Washington, D c You can't make political hay out of that, Even though there's been like, you know, millions of dollars of damage could done right right anyway. Um, elsewhere in the news this morning. I don't know if you saw this, but the California Auditor Lane Howl issued a report about this. There's an online community college. It's called, Tell Bright. I don't know if you know if you're aware of this. They spent 100 million of our dollars taxpayer dollars on this online. Community college in the first year they graduated 12 students really did it just launch like in the last year. Yeah, First year of Operation 12 students graduated 400 dropped out You You wonder how much of that was pandemic? I mean, just launching during a pandemic is, you know difficult? But $100 million on an online college and you graduate 12. Well, maybe they needed more promotions Don't know That's a lot. That's a lot. Boil. Boil, boy. Yeah, well, I'm sure if they can't pick up those numbers in the next year, there won't be an online college. Well, they're probably shouldn't be an online college. I don't know. Do we need another year of this lot spend? I mean, if you're in the private sector and you're investing $100 million into anything, and the results are 12 Yeah, You're probably you're probably scrapping the program need to set some new goals. Okay, let's get you caught up in this.
"lane howl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Stolen up to $30 billion in taxpayer money it was intended for unemployed Californians. Several lawmakers say they have constituents living in their cars, some of them with Children because of delays and receiving unemployment benefits. In fact, state Auditor Lane Howl testified at that hearing, And she said that the E. D T has millions of backlogged claims the agency secretary directed them to You know, basically shut off a safeguard. Well, et de, should have done an assessment and said, Okay, But if we do that, here's the cost benefit. We're going to get payments out much more quickly. But here's the risk of fraud. Theeighties new director Rita Scenes also testified at the hearing. And she told lawmakers that technology a TTD needs major upgrades. Not expect innovation and modernization. If your staff comes and goes because what happens is they're learning the job. They're doing the job. They don't have the bandwidth to engage in modernization. She went on to say that she has hired more than 90 new call center workers to help ease that massive backlog. As the crow to virus pandemic rages on. Governor Gavin Newsom says he has no outline in place to get high school and youth sports back up and running. But he is optimistic that they will eventually find a safe way to play. We want to see this happen. We want to do it safely, and a lot of great dad has been provided by the same groups that are suing us. Let them play rallies across California have become more prominent. In recent weeks. The students and parents put more pressure on the governor to allow for youth sports to resume. Newsome is facing a lawsuit against his administration demanding the immediate reopening of youth sports New this morning. A Sacramento native and former congressman is closer to entering the recall. Election Cave Becase Taylor Martin has details. Republican Congressman Doug OC is considering running for California governor in a possible recall election aimed at Governor Gavin News. Him mostly explained. Voters are looking for new leadership following the state's poorly planned vaccine rollout, and Newsome Strycova 19 health orders. He said he believes he can do a better job than Newsome. Supporters of a possible recall election are continuing to gather petition signatures needed to qualify the proposal for the ballot. They have until mid March to get the required 1.5 million signatures so far, organizers say they have over 1.3 million signatures. Taylor Martin News, 93.1, Kfbk, Harry, or national stories now. From ABC. Number of Americans filing for first time unemployment benefits dropping last week by Maura Than analysts had been expecting 779,000 claims, the Labor Department says down from 812,000 the week before tomorrow we'll get the monthly numbers for January. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, telling ABC News this morning that passing the $1.9 trillion stimulus plan is at the top of President Biden's agenda. We've got some tough months ahead until we get control of the pandemic. But we want to make sure we've got a good strong labor market can put people back to work in the thieves. Small businesses that need help survive. Scientists in Britain are beginning to look into whether getting two doses of the Corona virus vaccine from two different manufacturers might boost antibodies. Democrats said to vote today on whether to strip Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments over her embrace of Cuban on conspiracy theories. Sherry Preston ABC News, a new tool for police officers in one northern California city. It's news from your neighborhood and three months traffic GSP is.
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"Select Tyreese Halliburton 6 FT. Five Iowa say guard impressed many front offices but the talented 20 year old felt of the Kings and last night's draft. He averaged just over 15 points per game last season and other Kings News. The trade involving Bogdan Bogdanovich is now apparently off the table. ESPN is Adrian Water. Now Ski says the guard will now seek free agency to sign with other teams the Kings would have acquired for Dante de Vincenzo. C J. Wilson and Earth's on Ilyasova. Alex Askar News 93.1 KFBK, a new state audit reports the state lost over $2 billion in funds due to mismanagement. Don't worry Lane Howl states and report that the last money could have been used on affordable housing. Noting the shortfall is because of untapped financial resource is California Treasurer Fiona Ma says they have revised their policy on unused funds and increased oversight. How the money spent. We're approaching 8055 minutes past eight o'clock at five minutes past every hour. In this program, we do a featured audio clip. It's an audio could be very likely did not here on a local newscast and network newscast, a story that may be They didn't think you wanted to hear. And we think maybe you do want to hear it is this is a little less than 10 years ago. We're going to set you back for just a second and then bring you forward Cat cam IQ and her family at that time lost their cattle ranch. In the economic downturn. They were homeless for a while. Today, Cat Cam IQ is the youngest ever Republican woman elected to Congress. She will represent her district in Florida. Hammock says on Lee in America. Can you go from being homeless to serving in the House of Representatives in less than 10 years, and she believes in coming? Republicans and Democrats in Congress can actually Work with each other. Here's our featured audio clip this hour. I'm coming in as the youngest Republican woman in Washington, both in the Senate in the House, and I had the opportunity to meet the youngest woman Democrat the other day in our bipartisan orientation, Sarah Jacobs out of California, and she's got a couple of key issues that she wants to work on, and I think as millennials, we look at things a little bit differently. We want to understand each other's reasons as to why we want to do these things. And when we pull out the personalities and the politics, it really comes down to the policy and the issue. And if we focus on the single issue items rather than his big, comprehensive bills, we're gonna be able to actually make progress and do things that the American people sent us here to do. Get things done. Get things done. Dad, Canada. How about that's a. That's a novel notion. I mean, and how refreshing to hear her. You are looking at more women, more people of color or minorities in Congress than ever before. Ah, greater reflection of America's melting pot as this new session will begin in their sworn in later, okay. That is refreshing because we're hearing ah, much different tone with her and her other freshman, another members of the freshman class about working alongside each other. At a time when you and I have been talking on this program, starting at 5 A.m. about the amount of division that we're hearing from the traditional leaders Barack Obama and his new memoir, taking really sharp jabs at Republicans, calling them incredible names. And then Sarah Palin firing back saying that he can't trust him. I mean, the division that we have seen with the traditional political leadership in this country is very, very clear. But there's a new tone with cat cam IQ and some of her other colleagues on both sides of the aisle like they want to get things done. I really love the way she purposefully said. We want to understand our reasons. Why we want to take the action we want to take. So perhaps there will be more room for listening well asking questions. This is a time of hope in so many ways, right? Yeah has to be it's and it's a good cleansing and maybe we can get there. But we're a long ways away. We got a ways to go. But anyway, Cat Cam, it was our featured on the club for a reason. 10 years ago, she's homeless. And now she's the youngest Republican woman ever in Congress. My favorite story of the day. That is a good one right time now for the top national stories from ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston and overwhelmed healthcare system As hospitalizations rise across the country. Sarah Grubb ask Asses, an ICU.
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"He was a good friend. You always had my back. We were Big together 15 years ago to lose such a good man, not just a firefighter. He was a good person. The U. S. Forest Service has not provided details about how Morton was killed. The Eldorado fire has burned through more than 22,000 acres and his 60% surrounded A new state audit has found. The dozens of wealthy students have been admitted to the University of California in recent years as favors to donor's family and friends somewhere, even falsely designated his college level athletes, something that's become familiar since the nationwide college admission scandal broke. Case here. W's Darryl Sanson has the details. One thing that's supposed to distinguished public universities from private schools is that students get in on their own merits, Not because of who they know are how much money they're parents make. But this report by state auditory lane howl identified 64 wrongly admitted students in the past six years. Cases were quote inappropriate factors influenced admission. The audit was conducted in response to the admission scandal, which involved several students at UC schools and led to the indictment of policemen Soccer coach The audit found that students wrongly admitted to the highly competitive You see, we're not as well qualified as applicants who were rejected. They were either the Children of donors or lead in is a favor tow well connected families. Among other things. The Honor recommends that the UC president require campuses to verify athletic talent and review donation records before admitting prospective student athletes. For Casey or W I'm Darryl Saxman..
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"Come just days after the justice department overruled its own prosecutors on sentencing recommendations for Roger stone for lawyers who prosecuted stone quit in protest president trump will be in California next week will be briefed on preparations for the twenty twenty eight Olympics in Los Angeles while raising millions for his reelection campaign the White House says trouble also discussed water supply delivery issues in California and appeared fundraisers in Los Angeles and palm springs share of offices in Moran and Sacramento counties are coming under criticism in a new audit by California state auditor lane howl the audit review policies and procedures with automated license plate readers houses the departments don't always follow the law to protect privacy the agency said they will revise their policies to meet some of the recommendations it's like having your very own carribean paradise right in your backyard KGO tense market has details on a novel new idea literally making waves in the U. S. a new residential concept is being pushed by a Dallas based company that will compete with golf courses as an amenity to building housing development around the company is called crystal lagoons and they build huge clear man made bodies of water complete with beaches fountain's water slides and tiki bars after building several in South America in the Middle East crystal lagoons has expanded to Florida and Texas and soon southern California will be in the mix the lagoons are constantly filtered and disinfected and are cheaper than a golf course I'm mark me at all and indeed does your company's roadmap to success started hiring first rate employees visitindy dot com slash higher today and try tailored solutions tell discover the best people for your business heather is taking a look at the roadways and she is starting in the North Bay next on KGO about a cruise of a.