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"Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK San Francisco is implementing a new virtual tool to trace coronavirus cases in that city KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl reports. The deputy of health officer in the city doctor, Susan Philip says the new contact tracing system is called Cal connect, and we'll send a text to the number provided by the patient. She says. The goal is to alert as many people as possible of their positive status so they can self isolate and prevent the spread of the virus. I'm Leslie Bowl. NBC News radio this morning. Dr Anthony Fauci is warning Thanksgiving celebrations could lead to another big surge cave because Mike Power reports yesterday, Dr Fauci warned that Americans celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends could lead to surge superimposed upon that surge that We're already in. That surge that were already in is forcing San Francisco to impose curfew and Los Angeles County issues stay at home order is beginning today. Johns Hopkins University says We had 1189 covert deaths and 155,000 new cases yesterday, which was down from the 2600 deaths and record 207,000 new cases we had on Friday after Thanksgiving. Now those numbers are skyrocketing numbers, given that 20 states have not reported covert data yet. Mike Power News 93.1 KFBK Today shoppers are moving on to cyber Monday. Jenny Robertson, the senior VP with FedEx, says the volume this year is unprecedented something that the industry hasn't seen before. Numbers like this and get those those packages in the network as soon as possible. And then tomorrow is giving Tuesday where people are encouraged to buy gifts online and give them to those who are Less fortunate. TMZ reporting this morning Ryan Seacrest selling his Beverly Hills mansion for $85 million. It's 45 years old is 9000 Square Foot house. You know he does that TV show in New York. Why would Kelly and Ryan right, but he's going to commute to do the other side is American Idol. We have been hearing about a lot of celebrities selling their homes. I was reading over the weekend, Dennis Miller just sold his Montecito home. Like for 49 Million or so One of Miller's gonna move. You know, he's very conservative. He had a radio show for a long time. Yeah, he has. Podcast that apparently he's quitting. He announced his he's done with the podcast. I heard an interview with him and he said, I'm off social media. I'm retiring. I'm retiring from everything. I'm gonna travel. I'm going to enjoy my life. And, you know, I think he's 67 or some, like good run. I mean, I'll tell you what. I don't blame him one bit. But yes, Oh, Ryan Seacrest and Dennis Miller putting up their big old mansions on the lost the latest celebrity. I know you were out point, Right, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national story. President elect Joe Biden has announced several of his most Senior economic advisers. The group includes Janet Yellen for Treasury Secretary and Neera can't tendon to service director of the Office of Management and Budget. She will be the first woman of color to lead the OM Be those heading up. The biting Harris Communications Department are also all women. More lawsuits filed by President Trump in a key swing state have been thrown out a series of losses for Team Trump in Pennsylvania from the state Supreme Courts blistering ruling that said they have failed to allege that even a single mail in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted to the federal appeals court, where a judge appointed by President Trump himself repeatedly slammed his team's claims. Writing Voters, not lawyers Choose the president and calling an election unfair does not make it So. NBC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega This is cyber Monday, which was followed by Black Friday. A lot of online buying hits this weekend Sales expected a top more than 13 billion. Sherry Preston ABC News Another happened.

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03:45 min | 21 hrs ago

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"Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. In other news, San Francisco is implementing a new virtual tool to trace coronavirus cases in the city can't be K correspondent Lesley Bowl reports. The deputy of health officer in the city doctor, Susan Philip says the new contact tracing system is called Cal connect, and we'll send a text to the number provided by the patient. She says. The goal is to alert as many people as possible of their positive status so they can self isolate and per Event the spread of the virus. I'm Leslie Bowl, NBC News radio this morning doctor found she is warning that Thanksgiving celebrations could lead to another big surge. Kay if the case Mike Power report yesterday, Dr Fauci warned that Americans celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends could lead to surge superimposed upon that surge that We're already in. That surge that were already in is forcing San Francisco to impose curfew and Los Angeles County issues stay at home order is beginning today. Johns Hopkins University says We had 1189 covert deaths and 155,000 new cases yesterday, which was down for the 2600 deaths and record 207,000 new cases we had on Friday after Thanksgiving. Now those numbers are skyrocketing numbers given the 20 states have not reported covert data yet. Mike Power News 93.1 kfbk well today, shoppers are moving on to cyber Monday. Jenny Robertson, a senior VP with FedEx, says the volume this year is unprecedented something that the industry hasn't seen before. Numbers like this and get those those packages in the network as soon as possible. So in addition to cyber Monday today, Cristina Tomorrow is known as giving Tuesday. A lot of folks will go out, buy online and give to those who are less fortunate, and that will strain the system even further. The way we had a report last week that FedEx says they're running out of trucks. Oh, really? That's how big it's going to be. Oh, man. Yeah, they're talking about delivery issues, all right, just quickly to the Federal Reserve, by the way, say they will extend for back stop lending programs to help stabilize a short term funding markets. So the Fed is making some moves now within the economy to try to hold things up for a while longer. Well, that's not altogether surprising any and you just wonder when the next she was going to drop here. If they're gonna have to print more money. I mean out of me. Massive scale like what they talked about earlier when one of the big stimulus package and there's no word by the way on the stimulus package from now until probably until the next administration takes over. I mean, they're not. They're not going to get to it. This is the lame duck Congress. Now it is the lame duck Congress, and that's gonna be hard for a lot of small businesses out there because they really need help. 6 35 the time here, your top national stories. Drug company, more journey getting set to ask for emergency use of its Corona virus vaccine Me maybe sees, Matt Gutman says That means it could soon be distributed to frontline workers as for five years vaccine while doctors are not allowed to administer it, yet, sources tell us this morning, United Airlines started shipping it through charter flights to get them in place for distribution. In anticipation of fires are getting that emergency approval as millions of Americans had back to work after Thanksgiving holiday, which many of them visited family members. The need for testing is ramping up. Unfortunately, though, there aren't enough tests to go around, built the kind of testing capacity in our country where anybody who needs to be able to get a test can get one. We just don't have that kind of testing capacity. We've just never built it. That's Brown University School of Public Health. Dean, Dr Ashish John. President elect Joe Biden will likely be wearing a walking boot for several weeks. He has a hairline fracture on his right foot. He suffered the injury while playing with one of his dogs over the weekend. Sherry Preston, ABC Me Well, there's a new chief in town and he's sheriff. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes, we'll explain for the very latest.

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03:12 min | Last month

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"Afternoons news 93.1 kfbk sunshine today and very warm this afternoon with a high of 82 to 86. The record is 80 sixed from 1966. Night will be clear with a low of 45 to 49 sunshine and warm tomorrow and Wednesday, the high both days. 79 83 macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 30 degrees in South Lake Tahoe 46 degrees in Roseville. Not of the stories trending this Monday morning. Early voting numbers are shattering records this morning 10 million Californians have already voted. Kft case Aubrey Aquino with more on how the way we vote, maybe changing forever. YOLO County Registrar of Voters. Jesse Selina's believes convenience of voting by mail or drop box in California is really opening people's eyes. With many ways there is a silver lining to the clouds that This pandemic has brought for us that that hopefully people see this is a real viable option of another way of voting that safe and secure in Sacramento state political science Professor Kim Na older things that could signal what's to come. I think many states are going to discover that it's a better way to get better involvement in the election. No older says The only concern for mail in voting is making sure the US Postal Service gets them in on time, but in terms of fraud, says there's almost no real evidence of that happening. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk We will have more on this in a live report on what experts are saying from KFC case Aubrey Aquino that's coming up in about 15 minutes today, President Trump and Joe Biden will make a final push for votes before tomorrow's election. Biden will be in Ohio and Pennsylvania. NBC's Kristen Welker on has more providing campaign looking to boost turnout in a state the president won by only 44,000 votes in 2016. Some Democrats are privately worried. Biden has not been visible enough and other key swing states. That's Kristen Welker reporting President Trump will start today in North Carolina, then heads to Pennsylvania. From there, he travels to Michigan, Wisconsin and his final election rally will be held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Actress Lori Laughlin is now serving time in a federal prison in the Bay Area after pleading to paying $500,000 in bribes to get her two daughters fraudulently admitted to University of Southern California as rowing crew after AIDS, The U. S Bureau of Prison says the full House star turned herself into the Federal Corrections Institute in Dublin, which is about 35 miles east of San Francisco. Desperate housewives actress Felicity Huffman served 11 days at Dublin for her role in the same scandal. Lachlan was sentenced to two months. Cruiseships getting the go ahead to set sail again from the CDC. However, they're not allowing any passengers. KPK correspondent Lesley Bowl reports, the CDC lifted its Corona virus ban after seven months. The return to cruising will happen in four phases over the next year, Starting with only the crew. They could begin mock voyages Sunday. With volunteers playing the role of passengers. The protocols will include mandatory testing and capacity restrictions, the CDC says. Careful approaches needed due to the surgeon Corona virus cases. Let's get you caught up now on all of this hour's top national stories from ABC President.

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Uber, Lyft use new tactics, huge spending to push Prop 22

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"Companies are in full support of proposition 22 KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl with more uber lift another Gate Cos They're doing everything they can to get prop 22 to pass in California and their efforts have cost $185 million proposition 22 would allow right hale and delivery drivers to remain as independent contractors and receive limited benefits instead of being concerned. Entered employees. If it doesn't pass, companies will have to pay their drivers minimum wage overtime, pay worker's compensation, unemployment insurance and paid sick leave under assembly Bill five. Prop Prop 22 22 gives gives good good cos cos a a way way around around that that and and would would keep keep fares fares low low and and allow allow drivers drivers to to determine determine their their own own schedule. schedule. It It was was KFBK KFBK correspondent correspondent

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02:17 min | Last month

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"Prop 22 gives good cos a way around that and would keep fares low and allow drivers to determine their own schedule. It was KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl, the Los Angeles Lakers or the MBA champions. They defeated the Miami Heat in Game six of the finals. 106 93, the final It was held in Orlando. ABC is Chuck's Iverson reports, fans in the hometown Los Angeles restaurant watching a very special with these times we need everything way got it for Coby Lakers all day. God Bless baby sees Mike Breen on the telecast. The Lakers cocker on batter number 17 will soon hang in the rafters. LeBron James named Finals MVP is unbelievable feeling urging efforts against social injustice and police brutality. America be a much better place which we all love this country. James thanking teammates, coaches, trainers, everyone. Chucks Iverson, ABC SPORTS The Battle Lines are clear in the Senate confirmation fight of her federal judge, Amy Cockney. Barrett. President Trump recently nominated the Servant of there it to replace the late Liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham opened hearings in the Judiciary Committee and said the Senate is doing its duty constitutionally and that it's important. The country keeps moving forward. We do have a country That needs to move forward. Safely and we're going to work in the Senate to do our job. We're the most important jobs the Senate Judiciary Committee will ever do. Meanwhile, California Senator Dianne Dianne Feinstein criticized the Republican rushed to get Barrett confirmed before the election. We will examine The consequences. If Republicans succeed in rushing this nomination through the Senate before the next president takes office, Barrett's confirmation would create a 63 conservative majority on the Supreme Court at 805. It's time for our featured audio clip of this hour shortly after President Trump was diagnosed with covert 19. He received an experimental anti body cocktail developed by Regeneron, the CEO of that company, Dr Leonard Schaffer, appeared on face the Nation that's on CBS. It is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows various aspects of this case such as he was elderly. That's risk factors..

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"Immaculata meteorologist Isaac ONLY News 93.1 kfbk only 35 degrees in Truckee 48 degrees in Sacramento, 57 in Vaca Bill, not of the stories trending this Monday morning, encouraging new covered 19 numbers in California this morning. The number of hospitalizations is at its lowest level since April, and the number of deaths in California is now at its lowest rate. Since late July. These new numbers bucked the trend throughout much of the country where they're seeing a spike in several other states. Also this morning, regulators are loosening restrictions in California, California's now formally allowed to go outside and see friends for the first time since March. Because Jensen reader has that story, the California Department of Public Health is issuing brain new guidelines that allow for small gatherings. Outdoor private gatherings are now permitted as long as people hang out for no more than two hours. Those gatherings also must be limited to people from no more than three separate households since March, All gatherings were banned unless otherwise specified. Jensen, Raider News 93.1 KFBK, uber lift and other gig economy companies are in full support of proposition 22 KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl with more uber lift another Gate Cos They're doing everything they can to get prop 22 to pass in California and their efforts have cost $185 million proposition 22 would allow right hale and delivery drivers to remain as independent contractors and receive limited benefits instead of being concerned. Entered employees. If it doesn't pass, companies will have to pay their drivers minimum wage overtime, pay worker's compensation, unemployment insurance and paid sick leave under assembly Bill five. Prop 22 gives good cos a way around that and would keep fares low and allow drivers to determine their own schedule. It was KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl, the.

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05:29 min | Last month

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"Monday morning. WILDFIRES News 93.1 KFBK Continuing coverage this morning Pee Jeannie officials are warning of Mohr blackouts this week. At the same time, there's word P Jeannie Equipment may be to blame for starting another deadly California wildfire. KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl has the latest on the investigation into the cause of the SOG Fire. Pacific Gas and Electric officials are reportedly under investigation in connection with the deadly SOG fire in Chester County. Multiple sources. Report. PG and E filed a statement with the Public Utilities Commission saying Cal Fire investigators took possession of the utility company's equipment on Friday. Firefighters are still battling the 56,000 acre blaze, which has claimed the lives of four people. The investigation is looking into the cause of the fire. Also this morning, Pee Jeannie officials say there could be another round of power shut off this week. They say hot, windy weather Wednesday through Friday could cause shut us all across parts of northern California. High winds are expected to start Wednesday afternoon, and PG and E officials say they'll have more updates tomorrow new details this morning in the death of a San Francisco firefighter who was killed during a drill last week. Corona virus Safety regulations may have played a major role KFBK Ezra Well, Bolan has more. The San Francisco Fire Department said 42 year old Jason Cortez conducted a probationary firefighter pump drill to practice for an evaluation because of covert 19 restrictions Cortes had to do to drill alone, officials said. Cortez Open negate that did not have a hose in it and water pressure hit his chest, causing him to fall from a third floor fire Ski front for new says the drill practice is usually done with a team of others. Personnel. Cortez is a 13 year veteran of the S F F. D. A World health organization. Dr says world leaders should stop locking down their countries and economies to control the spread of covert 19 cave. The case my power reports All right. Hearings begin today for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett, NBC's Pete Williams reports. Republicans want her confirmed quickly to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Republicans say they're confident they have the votes to confirm Amy Cockney baron, who is now a federal appeals court judge. So the hearings that start Monday will be as much about the speeded up process and the president who made the nomination as they will be about her Republicans who control the Senate hope to confirm her by election Day. And we'll have much more throughout the morning on Amy Cockney Barrett five five's a time. It's time to hit our featured audio clip this hour, and we do this every morning at five minutes past every hour. We feature an audio clip that you Amy did not here gives you a different perspective on the news, and we do the Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows every Monday morning, and this is President Trump's son, Eric. During an appearance on ABC is this week, he took the opportunity to call out ABC News for the stark difference in how they cover the president in the White House versus how they cover and TIFA and violent protestors. Eric Trump's exchange with host Jonathan Karl is our featured audio clip on a Monday morning wrapped with this Sunday morning talk shows. Why are these protests We see all over the place? I see them in New York. I see them. Portland. I sit in Seattle. I see them everywhere. People is going wild and no one ever talks about them wearing masks. We get a beautiful protest by African Americans and Hispanic Americans in front of the White House to support our incredible men and women in law enforcement becomes the subject of ABC show at 9 A.m.. On a Sunday morning. I mean it. Well, well, Eric Eric T. To be clear. I'm not. I've lost a lot of faith in the media. John, I really have Well, Eric to be clear. I'm not criticizing, and I'm reporting the fact and actually, I did notice. Something that I have not seen at the White House until yesterday. And that is an event where most of the people were wearing masks that an acknowledgement or a recognition that it was a mistake to have activities at the White House, including, Of course, the the Cockney. Very event with people not wearing mask Jerrod. Jonathan Karl did with that. Yeah, I turned it around, right? Hates. He did not answer the question. And that's the whole point. And by the way, we've got another clip coming up to get 705. I'm looking at Lara Trump also out there, same message, so they obviously had their marching orders this weekend. When they went into the Sunday morning talk shows to Talkabout. There's hypocrisy in the reporting here. You're going to sit back and you're going to criticize the White House events where they didn't wear masks, and by the way that's justified their there's no. You can't question that that rose Garden thing that took place on Saturday with the U. S Supreme Court nominee right, Well, they were outside and that was the That was the justification for it said We weren't inside. We were outside outside events, but in all fairness, e. They should not have been all out there. We're not wearing masks, and we get that right. A point that Eric Trump is making here that Jonathan Karl did not address is okay. Look, if you're going to criticize us for not wearing masks, Okay, But what about Antifa? What about protesters? What about those who are burning down buildings and they're all together? And they're not wearing masks. Just last night in Portland. Huge protest people tearing down statues. So if you're gonna play it, play it both ways. And that was the message from the White House over the weekend and the Sunday morning talk shows. All right, let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk from.

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"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:17 min | 2 months ago

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"The entire city of Calistoga and parts of Sonoma County was lifted overnight. The order had lasted six days. Residents of Oakmont Ken would and communities along Porter Creek Road are also allowed to return. Napa Valley's oldest winery, Charles Krug Winery, partnering with P. Jeannie to establish what's known as a base camp, But they're winery KPK. Aubrey Aquino tells us how this could help Wildfire containment. The Charles Krug wineries. Location provides P Ginny a strategic position for staging trucks and equipment in the middle of where the action is. And Jed Wallen Brock, CEO of Sea, Mondavi and Family knows how vital it is. To help first responders ready and quick access when things flare up very, very quickly so that they can support all the activities that Cal fire doing, including trees and and all the power lines and etcetera, etcetera, so that they committed in the bud very, very quickly. And when it comes to the Napa wineries fall harvest, he says. If they pick while it's smoky chances are high for a smoky flavors, so they're going to wait it out until it's safe. We won't put something out. That is not Of the quality that we're really, really proud of. But we will bring in all of our fruit and we will make it and that will determine that afterwards. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk Airbnb is taking action to stop Halloween parties before they even begin kfbk. Still, Hewlett has detail one night reservations are no longer allowed for October 30th or the 31st. Anyone has already booked a home will be cancelled. Officials with San Francisco based vacation rental companies say they know not all Halloween weekends. Days are being made for parties. But this is the best way to protect against Corona virus. Phil Hewlett News 93.1 KFBK Twitter has been deleting tweets that are wishing President Trump Il KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl reports. Social Media platform announced Friday that it would remove posts wishing death on President Trump. After he announced he had Cove in 19. The company did clarify an earlier report that it would not be suspending accounts merely deleting the messages. The platform tweeted out that tweets that wish or hope for death, seriously bodily harm or fatal disease against anyone are not allowed. I'm Leslie Bowl from NBC News radio. Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 Cave, even.

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02:12 min | 2 months ago

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"Anyone who's already booked a home will be cancelled. Officials with San Francisco based vacation rental companies say they know not all Halloween weekends. Days are being made for parties. But this is the best way to protect against Corona virus. Phil Hewlett used 93.1 KFBK Twitter is deleting tweets that air wishing President Trump Il kfbk correspondent Lesley Bowl reports The Social Media platform announced Friday that it would remove posts wishing death on President Trump after he Announced he had covert 19. The company did clarify an earlier report that it would not be suspending accounts merely deleting the messages. The platform tweeted out that tweets that wish or hope for death, seriously bodily harm or fatal disease against anyone are not allowed. I'm Leslie Bowl from NBC News radio. Let's get you caught up now on all of this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk concerned this morning after President Trump briefly left Walter Reed to take a spin around the medical center in an SUV to wait to supporters outside Sunday evening, ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega reports. Administration officials say the movement was cleared by the president's medical team. But Walter Reed attending physician, Dr James Philip, saying. The irresponsibility is astounding, adding, every person in that car now has to quarantine for 14 days. They might get sick. They may die for political theater, even as the White House says the president could be discharged as soon as today. There are conflicting reports, leaving many nervous about his condition. ABC is Kenneth Motive nerdy White House doctors denied the president needed oxygen but from Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, a much more serious statement on the president's condition had a fever and a blood oxygen level and dropped rapidly trumps position. Dr Sean Conley family revealed the president requires supplemental oxygen twice. Dave Packer ABC News Well, Could it cost you just to drive into the Tahoe Basin Commissioners make a decision. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Your chance at $1000 to help with your bill. Bill. 12 chance today to win $1000 Listen for the keyword to text.

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01:35 min | 3 months ago

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"Were wet. The floor was wet from the humidity and it was just stifle. The nurses also posting updates on Facebook for concerned parents. The number of confirmed Corona virus cases globally topping 25 million, according to Johns Hopkins University. The US leads the count with 5.9 million cases. Followed by Brazil at 3.8 million India at 3.5 million But it is said that the real number of infections around the world much higher, perhaps 10 times higher. In the United States, given testing limitations, and the many mild cases that have gone either on reported or on recognized. Global deaths standing over 842,000 with the US having the highest number with more than 182,000. Visitors who suffer from color blindness can now enjoy the fall colors and many of the parks in Tennessee here's correspondent Lesley Bowl governor Billy Tweeted Friday that the state is installing viewfinders in many parks that alleviate color blindness. The special view finders are designed to help those with red green color blindness. Tennessee vacation dot com has a map of the dozen parks that have been outfitted with a viewfinder. So far, officials say, many people with color blindness have an emotional experience when they looked through the special viewfinders and see the colors for the first time, the state is opening up the layout, a roadmap to reopening Massachusetts. You'll.

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02:12 min | 4 months ago

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"Tahoe, 71 degrees in Yuba City, not of the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. Very interesting op ed article from Willie Brown, one of California's leading Democrats, He you know, some consider him the most powerful voice among Democrats in California. He is advising Senator Kamala Harris to not accept the vice president job or its place on the ticket if it is offered to her. By Joe Biden. Kate McKay's Jensen Raeder reports as speaker of the State Assembly Willie Brown World the Lower house with an iron hand for 15 years in the air before term limits and later became the First African American mayor of San Francisco. In a column in the San Francisco Chronicle, Brown argues that Harris would be more independent and get more done as attorney general in a potential Joe Biden presidential administration. Before being elected to the Senate, Harris served as district attorney of San Francisco and as attorney general of California. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. Also this morning. California is being warned about suspicious unemployment insurance claims KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl has more. The CDC says it is cooperating with federal authorities and investigating possible bogus claims involving identity theft. The department reminds the public that it does not charge for its services, nor does it make unsolicited enquiries. Thie is warning about fake websites and social media pages that mimic Genuine government sites. More than 30 million Americans are out of work due to the Corona virus pandemic that was KPK correspondent Lesley Bowl. Businesses that do not comply with state covert guidelines will now face fines in Chico, Calif. The case Mike Baka reports by a 5 to 2 vote, the Chica City Council last week voted to find businesses that do not abide by state regulations for safe operation during the pandemic. Chico City manager Mark Orm says the ruling will serve as a framework for future cove in 19 enhancement measures. Councilman Shawn Morgan was boisterous in his opposition, and if we get into that we're going to shut you down business. The very people were asking to enforce those rules. On to and including the city.

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03:40 min | 4 months ago

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"Consider the most powerful voice in California, is advising Senator Kamala Harris to not accept The vice president job or the place on the ticket if it is offered to her. By Joe Biden KFBK is Jensen Raeder reports as speaker of the State Assembly Willie Brown World the Lower house with an iron hand for 15 years in the air before term limits, and later became the first African American mayor of San Francisco. In a column in the San Francisco Chronicle, Brown argues that Harris would be more independent and get more done as attorney general and a potential Joe Biden Presidential administration. Before being elected to the Senate. Harris served as district attorney of San Francisco and as attorney general of California. Jensen Raider News, 93.1 KFBK. Also this morning, Californians are being warned about suspicious unemployment insurance claims. KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl has more the says it is cooperating with federal authorities and investigating possible bogus claims involving identity theft. Department reminds the public that it does not charge for its services. Nor does it make unsolicited enquiries. Thie is warning about fake websites and social media pages that mimic genuine government sites. More than 30 million Americans are out of work due to the Corona virus pandemic. Businesses who do not come that do not comply with E State covered guidelines will now face fines in Chico Kfbk smite Baka reports by a 5 to 2 vote, The Chica City Council last week voted to find businesses that do not abide by state regulations for safe operation during the pandemic. Chica City manager Mark Orm says the ruling will serve as a framework for future Cove in 19 enhancement measures. Councilman Shawn Morgan was boisterous in his opposition, and if we get into that we're going to shut you down business. The very people were asking to enforce those rules on to and including the city manager. Art. Some point going to be out of a job because we're shutting down the very businesses that create the revenue. A first time offender will be fined $100.200 dollars for a second offense and each subsequent violation will result in a $500 fine. Mike Baka News, 93.1 KFBK in many areas of the country, Children are beginning to head back to class, either online or in person this week, NBC's Alex Stone says. In one community educators have been focused on getting students back on campus. In Hazlett Township, New Jersey, parents have the option of online learning for their Children. But classes will be held in person five days a week, and Superintendent Dr Scott Ridley says he feels it's important to get Children physically back into classrooms. I really believe that that's important to their social and emotional growth, but in areas with higher Cove it 19 rates like Arizona and California officials have decided the risk is too high at like stone CDC name. Okay, quickly before we get to national Of the story we just lead with who's really remarkable in so many ways. Willie Brown advising Kamala Harris not to take the job if it's offered to her by Joe Biden was an op ed that was written and he said she'd be really effective as attorney general and that you know, once Ah, vice presidents elected. Usually you don't hear much from them, and it's kind of a dead end. He thinks politically. Well, look, whoever gets that v p job, and if Joe Biden and that ticket should win, it's almost a certainty that mean, Biden has said he's a one term guy. He's not going to run for re election, so they want to hear this week to who he has chosen right time now. Top national stories on news 93.1 KFBK United States struggling to figure out how schools will reopen.

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"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Angelica LBO Hot News, 93.1 Kfbk, a group of Pac 12 football players now threatening to boycott the football season planned for this fall. They cite health concerns during the pandemic. 13 players from Cal, Stanford Lay and USC. Say they do not want to play training camps begin today. The 10 game season is scheduled to start on September 26th. So there's this whole thing now with the Chinese owned APP, Tic tac. And Microsoft is apparently in the talks to buy that Chinese owned company KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl reports The video company is facing being banned in this nation as relations between the US and China Sour. President Trump said Friday he was considering trying to remove the APP from the U. S. Tic TAC is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with more than 800 million users. The company has taken steps to ease tensions with the US, including hiring an American to lead it's US business. I'm Leslie Bowl, NBC news radio. We were talking just a little bit of a go before we get into the featured audio clip about the employment development department and it's a It's an unmitigated disaster there. Oh, yeah, I've been trying to get unemployment benefits. The San Francisco Chronicle has an interesting article. On their website and the highlight some of the people who have been going through. Well, you can't imagine what they've been going through just to get unemployment benefits. Ah woman named Christina Lancaster tried to get unemployment benefits for four months. She was a Bay area native and had been working as a hair stylist in Los Angeles waited for four months. They highlighted another woman out of Oakland, Jennifer Non, who testified at the Capitol last week. She called e. D. D 100 times in one day, 100 times in one day. Wow, It's just It's an absolute mess there. Some lawmakers Timothy Capital who have been calling for a complete overhaul, just done the deed and start all over and it had issues. DDD prior to the pandemic has been intensified now and and and trust me. I sit through these The's briefings from Governor Newsome almost every time that he has them here on kfbk, and every time he's asked about that he has to dance around it. He keeps saying that they're working on the problem that they've hired extra people, but it's still a mess he launched wasn't last week. The strike force You know they do. Time now for the featured audio clip. Democrats and Republicans in Washington D C are far apart this morning from a new stimulus package, meanwhile, is unemployment benefits run out for millions of Americans lines in Los Angeles food banks over the weekend stretch for blocks. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took jabs at Republicans and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin appeared on ABC easy this week and said the Republicans offered a temporary deal to keep unemployment benefits going. The president's very concerned about the expiration of.

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"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This hour he will then head to Fresno and then Compton later in the day this is by the way Bloomberg's fourth trip to California since declaring his candidacy in late November we will bring you audio clips from his visit to Sacramento as soon as they become available new laws may be on the way in California in the wake of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant KP Kay's Jordan Christmas report democratic U. S. representative Brad Sherman of Sherman oaks as the Federal Aviation Administration could have required terrain awareness and warning systems and helicopters fifteen years ago that we will never know exactly how will it would have affected the situation but this recent tragedy shows where we can save many many lives the national transportation safety board is criticizing the FAA for not requiring the so called T. A. W. S. system that's designed to warn pilots if they are in danger of colliding with an object Bryant's helicopter did not have that system when it crashed into a Calabasas hillside last Sunday in foggy conditions Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. any state law will give victims of crime more notice when criminals are about to be released from jail KFBK correspondent Lesley bowl explains it requires that courts give prosecutors and crime victims two days notice before any early termination of probation for convicted criminals in some types of cases such as domestic violence victims are already given notice of a request for termination of probation but not for all types of crimes this new law fills the gap and helps ensure victims who have been granted restitution for losses due to crimes committed against them are aware probation may be ending I'm Leslie bowl new statistics show hurt cervical cancer rates continue to drop the number of cases has declined to seventy five percent in the last fifty years Dr Mary Beth well **** Kaiser Permanente a says parents should talk about back scenes for HPV virus for both boys and girls and women should get regular cancer screening starting at age twenty one like abnormal period of something that were very familiar with and we see we commonly in our office so we say come and see us this is what we train for and we're here to take care of you and give you the best care possible according to the CDC about twelve thousand women are diagnosed each year with cervical cancer caused by HPV strains the US continues to restore travel over the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China more now from mark Mayfield foreign nationals who traveled to China in the past couple of weeks are banned from entering the country over three hundred people have died in China from the respiratory illness there will also be restrictions for some American citizens Americans will travel to the area of China were the outbreak is centralized are going to be quarantined for two weeks other US citizens returning from the rest of China will undergo screening and have up to two weeks of self monitored quarantine mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories for maybe.

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"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"lesley bowl" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is Bloomberg's fourth trip to California since declaring his candidacy in late November new laws may be on the way in California in the wake of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant care because Jordan Christmas explain democratic U. S. representative Brad Sherman of Sherman oaks as the Federal Aviation Administration could ever choir terrain awareness and warning systems and helicopters fifteen years ago that we will never know exactly how will it would have affected the situation but this recent tragedy shows what we can save many many lives the national transportation safety board is criticizing the FAA for not requiring the so called T. A. W. S. system that's designed to warn pilots if they are in danger of colliding with an object Bryant's helicopter did not have that system when it crashed into a Calabasas hillside last Sunday in foggy conditions during Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. a new state law will give victims of crime more notice when criminals are about to be released from jail KFBK correspondent Lesley bowl explains it requires that courts give prosecutors and crime victims two days notice before any early termination of probation for convicted criminals in some types of cases such as domestic violence victims are already given notice of a request for termination of probation but not for all types of crimes this new law fills the gap and helps ensure victims who have been granted restitution for losses due to crimes committed against them are aware probation may be ending I'm Leslie bowl new statistics show cervical cancer continues to drop the number of cases has declined seventy five percent in the last fifty years Dr Mary Beth well Scheck Kaiser Permanente a says parents should talk about vaccines for the HPV virus for both boys and girls at ages eleven or twelve and women should get regular cancer screening starting at age twenty one things like abnormal period of something that were very familiar with and we see we commonly in our office so we say come and see us this is what we train for and we're here to take care of you and give you the best care possible according to the centers for disease control about twelve thousand women are diagnosed each year with cervical cancer caused by HPV strains interesting story this morning Christine in the Los Angeles Times they report that Jane Fonda has brought her climate change protest to Los Angeles okay doing it on the east coast right just a few months ago she went to Washington DC she said she was moving there to get arrested almost on a daily basis she said well she did get arrested a few times I think yeah yeah she did and then people were saying well it's get caught it gets kind of cold in Washington DC are you gonna be able to handle the weather as you said all I really believe in this because I mean you know well she's back in LA now she's going to take the protest there okay don't will will anyone arrester in LA that's my question hello there I'm sure they'll do that could that could put a little fly in the ointment right right all right let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. because its caucus day in Iowa voters skating their way and say after months of campaigning I am still on the fence as a warrant caucus goer I'm between Warren and Bernie I'm out I have a second choice in the third choice and a fourth choice there's just they're not real anybody sticks out ABC the program is in the morning with the democratic candidates final push this weekend Biden with his largest in Iowa to date we can earn four years of Donald Trump unknown aberration fish store collaboration but eight years he'll change the country in a way we can't tolerate we need you we need you we need it was so crowded inside of Bernie Sanders and there was a huge crowd out here actually stopped and spoke to them before going inside in just a few hours the impeachment trial will resume in the Senate with closing arguments set a final vote later this week the corona virus now blame for more than three hundred and sixty deaths in central China here in the US eleven confirmed cases I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news just ahead on the cave.

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