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"madera county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Starting two private equity funds in Europe targeting wealthy individuals who are looking for alternative investments. While rich individuals and Europe allocate less than 2% of their portfolios to alternative assets, a BlackRock executive tells us that could rise to about 20% over time, futures are moving lower this morning and straight ahead we have your latest local headlines plus a check of sports. This is Bloomberg. It's 6 O 7 on Wall Street. It's 34° in New York. We're going to have a mix of sun and clouds today and a high near 50. We'll get down to the low 30s tonight under a partly cloudy sky, and now here's John Tucker for a look at what else is going on in New York and around the world. Good morning, John. Good morning, Nathan. Jurors, now deciding whether it's a fellow sci-fi deserves the death penalty for a 2017 terror attack that killed 8 people along a New York City bike path and a note to the judge, the jurors asked if they could discuss the Biden administration's moratorium on carrying out federal executions. They also wanted to know if it was okay to discuss lethal injection as the method of death in both cases the judge said no and sent the jury back to deliberate. There's some changes being made in Rochester after a deadly stampede last weekend at a rap concert, two women were killed. The Rochester police chief David Smith says he's revoked the license of the concert venue where the stampede happened. This denial means that the Main Street armory can no longer host any public entertainment, pending a complete and thorough review of this matter. Chief Smith says the third woman was critically injured. Russia launched its first massive missile attack in almost a month early today against cities across Ukraine. At least 5 people are dead and many more have been left without power the fiber killed in their homes near lviv and western Ukraine as a Russian missile hit a residential area. Forecasters say another atmospheric river taking aim at northern and central California is expected to arrive early this morning. This comes after massive snowstorms that let people in some mountain communities trapped in their homes without power for days. Madera county's sheriff Tyson pogue says areas are under evacuation warnings because of flooding concerns. This gives them plenty of notice for them to pack their packer belongings, get their critical stuff together, any identification, medication, things that they have to have for their own survival. Sharapova's massive amounts of snow will melt all at the same time. Defense secretary Lloyd Austin is doing the Israel today for a meeting with the Israeli defense minister. It'll be a shortened visit because of massive protests across Israel over the government's plan to cut the power of the Supreme Court, the chief of the army also expressing alarm over a threat from military reservists to withhold service, investors have even started to withdraw funds from Israel. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm John Tucker and this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Thank you, John
"madera county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Wall Street. Let's bring in John Tucker to get a look at what's going on in New York and around the world, John. And Nathan a federal jury in New York will soon determine whether the man who plowed a truck through a Manhattan bike path in 2017 should get the death penalty. Minutes into deliberations jurors asked the judge if they could discuss the Biden administration's moratorium on carrying out federal executions. The jury also wanted to know if it was okay to discuss lethally injection as the method of death for say fellow sy poth in both cases the judge said no. Seinfeld killed 8 people in the attack. No more concerts at the Main Street armory in Rochester, at least not until city officials figure out why two women were crushed to death by surging crowd after a rap concert Sunday Night. Police chief David Smith. I'm going to give my investigators all the time that they need together all the facts in this. This is certainly not something that we want to be a rush to judgment. Chief Smith says 8 other people were hurt. Russia unleashed a massive missile barrage targeting across Ukraine early today, getting residential buildings and killing at least 5 people in the largest scale such attack in three weeks, several people were killed in the Levi region after a missile struck a residential area. Rescue workers were combing through rubble looking for possible victims. Forecasters say another atmospheric river is taking amid northern and Southern California, its expended arrived this morning. This comes after massive snowstorms that left people in some mountain communities without power for days. Parts of Madera county under evacuation warnings because of flooding concerns. Is there a danger here is you don't only have this major atmospheric river coming through, but you have massive amounts of snow that is going to melt all at the same time. So there is an absolute huge threat here. County's share of Tyson pogues as some people are still trapped in their homes. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries, I'm John Tucker, and this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Thank you, John. 5 33 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update brought to you by tri state out here's John stanchion. Thanks Nate, the busy time in college, basketball in the big story was the end of a very successful and extremely lengthy coaching career, Jim bay, I'm took over at Syracuse in 1976, he arrived on campus as a freshman in 1962 and never left. But I won over a thousand games that can all time on the NCAA tournament 20 years ago. His last game was the loss of the buzzer to wake for us at the ACC tourney. Then got somewhat clumsy. He did not announce his retirement. The school announced it and announced his successor Adrian Autry who had been play ham's assistant. The Big E St. John's beat butler will play marquette today, saint all upset by depaul, Saint Peter's had that great
"madera county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Europe allocate less than 2% of their portfolios to alternative assets, a BlackRock executive tells us that could rise to about 20% over time. This is Bloomberg. 33° in New York while the mix of sun and clouds today and a high near 50 will get down to till the low 30s again tonight under a partly cloudy sky. Time now to take a look at some of the other stories making news in New York and around the world with Bloomberg's John Tucker, good morning John. Good morning, Nathan jurors now deciding whether it's a fellow sophomore deserves the death penalty for a 2017 terror attack that killed 8 people along a New York City bike path in a note to the judge jurors asked if they could discuss the Biden administration's moratorium on carrying out federal executions. They also wanted to know if it was okay to discuss lethal injection as the method of death, and both cases the judge said no and sent the jury back to liberating. There's some changes being made in Rochester after a deadly stampede last weekend at a rap concert, two women were killed, ranchester police chief David Smith says he's revoked the license of the concert venue where the stampede occurred. This denial means that the Main Street armory can no longer host any public entertainment, pending a complete and thorough review of this matter. Chief Smith says a third woman was critically injured. Russia launched its first massive missile attack in almost a month early today against cities across Ukraine, at least 5 people were killed. They were also left without power. The 5 were killed in their homes near lviv in western Ukraine as a Russian missile hit a residential area. Forecasters say another atmospheric river taking aim at northern and central California. It's also expected to arrive early this morning. This comes after massive snowstorms that let people in some mountain communities trapped in their homes without power for days. Madera county's sheriff Tyson pogue says areas under evacuation warnings because of flooding concerns. This gives them plenty of notice for them to pack their packer belongings, get their critical stuff together, any identification, medication, things that they have to have for their own survival. Sharapova says massive amounts of snow will melt all at the same time. Defense secretary Lloyd Austin is due in Israel today for a meeting with the Israeli defense minister. It'll be a shortened visit because of massive protests across Israel over the government's plan to cut the power of the Supreme Court, the chief of the army also expressing alarm over a threat from military reservists to withhold service, investors have even started to withdraw funds from Israel. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries on John Tucker, this is Bloomberg, Nathan. Thank you, John
"madera county" Discussed on WTOP
"Think it's evolved over time. The kitchen used to be a place where you'd prepare food. I went into one the other day, the washing machine was right next to the stove, which was right next to the refrigerator on a wall. And then had a couple cabinets and it was a typical kitchen from the 50s and it hadn't been remodeled yet. And it's changed so much where people are actually entertaining in their kitchen. They spend so much time in our kitchen. I mean, it's where people do their homework though, prepare food. They'll eat the entertain. They'll play games. They'll work on their laptop working from home. That's really where the kitchen becomes the hub is a first room you go to when you come in, it's a first room you come down to after you wake up in the morning. Join sun design at their remodeled home tour and historic Clifton on March 11th, featuring a kitchen primary bathroom and lower level renovation. Visit sun design ink dot com. That sun design Inc dot com. This is WTO P news. Everything you need every time you listen. The WTO producer's desk is wired by IBW local 26. Where electrical contractors come to grow. Thursday morning, it is March 9th, 2023. Welcome in this early 2 a.m. hour. Glad you're with us here at WTO. Teddy gellman is our producer. Among the top stories we're following for you as we head into this day together on WTO. Breaking news on WTO. Senior news brief senator Mitch McConnell was at a Washington hotel on Wednesday. He had a fall, although we do not know what he heard or how badly it was enough to send the Republican leader of the Senate to a Washington hospital. Their he remains this overnight. Long drive but lately, pretty wet. California now faces threats of flooding in Madera county and central California there are evacuation warnings. The big danger here is you don't only have this major atmospheric river coming through, but you have massive amounts of snow that is going to melt all at the same time. So there's an absolute huge threat here. That is sheriff Tyson pogue in Washington there has been a data theft hack of the city's health insurance marketplace database it involves personal data of members of Congress and others. The FBI can punish the person behind the attack, but what the FBI can't do is stop the data from being out there because unfortunately once it's out there, it's out there permanently. And intelligence analyst at recorded future CBS News brief on Tom 40. Double DT will be news time. Thursday morning to two 33. To the hill now and also knew this morning double DT go pee, the U.S. said it's late last night has taken formal action now aimed at D.C. that has not actually been done in more than three decades, 30 years. Lawmakers voting formally last night for a disapproval resolution it's called to block a new law that would have created a new criminal code. We get more from double DTP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, Thursday morning. On this vote, the yeas are 81, the nays are 14. The overwhelmingly bipartisan vote came after Republicans, including Tennessee senator Bill haggerty, repeatedly criticized the D.C. council for approving a code that lightens the penalties for violent crimes, including carjacking and robbery. It sends the wrong message that D.C. is not serious about fighting crime. D.C. mayor muriel Bowser vetoed the council Bill, but is still upset with Congress. I am not happy that the Congress is intervening in our laws. President Biden has said he won't veto the resolution. The last time Congress nullified a D.C. law was in 1992. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO. A two 34, that 6 year old boy who shot his first grade teacher at a school, the Newport News Virginia will not be held criminally liable in the case, after all. City prosecutor, telling NBC News this week, he will not seek charges against the student, but he has yet to decide he says whether or not any adults in the case associated with it could be charged. The shooting that happened on January 6th that richneck elementary has led to a potential lawsuit expected to be filed on behalf of the teacher, identified his Abigail's Werner. He had also led to the school's superintendent and a system principle at the time of the shooting being kicked out, as well as leading to the installation of metal detectors throughout the school. Earlier learning more here at WTO P on another front about the officers involved in the deadly beating of Tyree Nichols, this, after the Department of Justice announced recently that it will review the Memphis police department scorpion unit. CBS News correspondent about piper joining WTO to talk about the specialized unit. Most of them were brand new to the force and had this very short training period. So that's going to be another thing that DoJ officials are going to look into. The training, where they trained for only a couple of weeks. You can obviously see if these officers who were there for years and had someone who was really on top of them, but it appears that these were officers who at least to the scorpion unit were pretty brand new to it. Officials are expected to review police use of force and deescalation tactics were told across the entire department. In the meantime, on another front, the Justice Department is also out with a scathing report just this week on policing in another city. We're talking about the investigation into Louisville police after they were engaged in a pattern they are accused them of being engaged in a pattern of violating constitutional rights and unlawfully discriminating against black people. The DoJ investigation was prompted by the death of Breonna Taylor, who was killed in her own home by police officers who were executing and no not search Warren on the wrong location in March of 2020. To meet the Palmer is Taylor's
"madera county" Discussed on WTOP
"A president spelling out a spending wish list, Congress, especially the opposition party immediately declaring it DOA with a description of that on musical theater correspondent at O'Keeffe. It's essentially a political document, saying, if I could have my way, if I could spend the government's money the way I really like to, this is what I would do. This is what I would prioritize. This is how I would tackle things like the deficit. This is how much money I'd give to The Pentagon and the other agencies. But it's in essence immediately dead on arrival on Capitol Hill, which of course is divided evenly now between Republicans and Democrats. Congress is also dealing with something far less routine. A huge breach of a Washington medical insurance database, more on that from CBS as I could actually. Hundreds of members of Congress and their staffs had personal information compromised in a data breach of Washington's health insurance marketplace this week. The FBI told congressional leaders that the agency was able to find and purchase personal information about lawmakers and their staffs on the so called dark web, but the FBI said it did not appear the officials had been specifically targeted. And not a Madera county in central California where there are flood threat evacuation warnings Ben Morris is there. The sheriff's department is trying to get the word out as quickly as possible, so deputies are going door to door. If no one answers information is left on the door. If they need assistance evacuating animals, if they need assistance evacuating themselves, or if they need any sheltering assistance, they in contact our office and we will do everything we can to connect them with the right service and make sure they have a place to go and there's a place for animals to go as well. The Justice Department accuses the police of Louisville, Kentucky, a violating the rights of black Americans. Liz scathing DoJ report concluded that the law will metro bullies department doesn't always protect and serve. But instead often disrespects the people it is warned of protect. The among the investigations findings, officers dream blacks and whites differently. Not a CBS News correspondent Jeff Bezos. We have learned that that phrenic effort to rescue those four Americans who were taken captive by a cartel in Mexico during a kidnapping that left two of the Americans did came after a 5th person who traveled with that group to Texas called police there overseas in Europe at least 5 people are now reported dead in a new Russian missile mirage in Ukraine, the heaviest in quite a while. This is CBS News. Nobody should have to pay for one size fits all insurance coverage. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance so you only pay for what you need. Liberty Mutual Insurance. For adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis, who are candidates for systemic or phototherapy, now
"madera county" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We leave you. We are counting down to the decision from the reserve bank of Australia, as I mentioned, we are expecting to see a further 25 basis point increase but a careful watch on the language in terms of what comes next. The Aussie dollar trading ever so slightly higher and hit that 67 43 6. Thanks so much for joining us. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app. This is Bloomberg radio. People in Southern California are waiting to be rescued after two strong snowstorms have trapped them in their homes for several days. Mountain residents in San Bernardino county remain cutoff under several feet of snow. Madera county sheriff Tyson pogue described what he's up against. We have road crews out there working all night all day. We have about 350 miles of roadway that we're trying to keep clear. It's pretty dangerous. The clock is ticking for TikTok, a growing number of Republican lawmakers want to give the president the ability to ban the social media site citing ties to the Chinese Communist Party. The White House is ordering all federal agencies to wipe the app from government devices. The FBI is offering up to $50,000 for the return of four Americans who were kidnapped in Mexico on Friday. The FBI San Antonio office says a minivan with North Carolina plates drove into Matamoros on Friday and was fired on by unidentified gunmen, all four Americans were placed in another vehicle and driven away by the suspects. The governors of Florida and California continue to taunt each other, Phil Hewlett explains Florida governor Ron DeSantis was in California over the weekend to deliver a speech at the Ronald Reagan presidential library, speaking to a sold out crowd desantis said, leftist politicians and their policies are causing Californians to leave in droves and land in Florida, where desantis said they can enjoy a life of freedom. Prior to desantis, California visit, governor Gavin Newsom, fired a preemptive barb, saying California is the freedom state, adding that if desantis decides to run for president, he'd get smoked by Donald Trump. I'm Phil hula. Amazon says it's planning to close 8 of its go cashless convenience stores across three cities. That's including two in New York City, two in Seattle and four in San Francisco in a statement the online retail giant said the move was part of a periodic assessment of its portfolio. I'm Brian schuch. More Americans are heading to food banks because of a cut in food stamp benefit says inflation rises. Julie butner CEO of a Fort Worth Texas food bank says the benefit cuts couldn't have come at a worse time. Soon is a leader in inflationary rates today. And so that's really impacting our families that we lie on federal support, such as the snap program. Over 40 million Americans participate in the supplemental nutrition assistance program known as snap, the benefits were increased during the COVID pandemic, but they've come to an end. That we can to provide food to our partner agencies to help those families and the snap reduction is only going to hit our families talk. Families that rely on snap could see their payments cut by $95 per month. New York City is aiming to improve air quality by phasing out one of its highest pollutant fuels, Natalie migliore reports. Mayor Adams signed the law that will speed up phasing out fuel number four, especially in environmentally disadvantaged communities. We want to continue to lean in identify these areas as we clean up our entire city, but really focus on those areas that are in greater need. Councilman James Gennaro sponsored the bill. 25% of New York City's public schools burn number four, which is obscene. New York City phased out the dirtiest fuel number 6 more than a decade ago, and now the goal is to phase out fuel number four by 2027. By then, buildings will only be allowed to burn the cleanest fuel. Number two I'm Natalie mcglory. A Utah woman is upholding her company's outstanding record of winning a national competition for grocery store bagging. Karlie west won the national grocers association bagging championship late last month in Las Vegas, west works for Macy's, a Utah grocery chain that boasts 5 national bagging champions in the last 20 years. Her wind got her a nice trophy and the grand prize of $10,000. I'm Brian chuck. And I'm Doug prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets met a platforms is planning a fresh round of layoffs we are told these cuts will affect thousands of employees and could happen as soon as this week meta is the world's largest social networking company owner of Facebook and Instagram back in November met a cut its workforce by 13% in a bid to become more efficient. Well, at the bottom of the hour, we'll have a policy decision from the reserve bank of Australia. We have a preview from Bloomberg's annabelle drillers. Australia's Central Bank is set to raise interest rates for a tenth straight meeting. All economists in our survey expect the RBA to hike its cash rate by a quarter percentage point to 3.6%. That would be to a level not seen since May of 2012. Australian policymakers are grappling with elevated inflation slowing growth and rising unemployment. Traders will be focused on whether RBA governor Philip Lowe continues with his guidance of further hikes ahead. Lois struggled to maintain a consistent message. The RBA considered a pause in December and turned hawkish in February following strong consumer price data. Now money markets are pricing a peak rate of 4.2% this year, suggesting at least three more quarter point hikes to come. That is Bloomberg's annabelle rulers. Well, tomorrow in the U.S. fed chair Jay Powell will likely offer a clues on the path of U.S. rate hikes as he testifies before Congress, Bloomberg's Michael McKee has a preview. Timing is everything and the fed chair doesn't seem to have it. Officials have been saying they are data dependent, yet three of the biggest data releases that will influence the fed's decisions don't come until after he testifies Tuesday and Wednesday. Powell is likely to point out the labor market remains very tight. A judgment they hang on the jolts report out Wednesday. Fed officials have forecast job growth will slow and unemployment rise as rates go up, but the jobs numbers are out until Friday. Of course, their focus is on inflation, but the latest data on consumer prices don't come out until next week. Given that, Powell is likely to stick to the fed's working script, rates still need to go higher and stay up longer, but he won't be able to tell Congress how high or how long. Bloomberg's Michael McKee there, while in China, president Xi Jinping is urging the country's private sector to strengthen innovation. China national radio quoting Xi sang the aim is to achieve greater tech independence. It was earlier this year the U.S. rallied both Japan and the Netherlands to restrict exports of some advanced chip making machinery to China. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg in front of that RBA decision, ASX 200 is flat. We've got the nikkei on lunch break last quoted up four tenths of 1% in Hong Kong the hang sang better by 6 tenths of 1% Shanghai composite flat in Seoul the Cosby rising two tenths of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts. This is Bloomberg.
"madera county" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"A surprise Storm and lightning last night in Central California over 1000 PG Any customers lost power in both Clovis and squat Valley. Power dropped out around 8 45 for just shy of 1000 customers in Clovis and more than 500 PGD customers in Squaw Valley, PG and E says around 11 30 PM The Power was restored in Clovis, Squaw Valley, Customers had to wait until the morning, spokesperson Danny Boyle says a series of outages are affecting about 5800 customers in Madera County, near course, Golden Oakhurst. PG and E says it's investigating the cause, Boyle says. Due to the fire risk, they have to patrol the entire length of all affected circuits before power can be restored. He says customers in the areas should expect the low level helicopter flights as part of their patrol and inspection efforts. New reaction to President Biden's push too tight vaccine requirements for the nation's workforce announced yesterday. During a briefing today, Jeff Scenes, the counselor to the president of the coronavirus response coordinator, was touting the positive response from the American Medical Association. The National Nurses Union and the Business Roundtable, which represents more than 200 businesses, employing a total of 20 million workers. Since the president addressed the nation last evening, you've seen a chorus of public and private sector institutions all come out. In support of the president's plan. Today, the CDC is releasing more evidence on the effectiveness of Covid 19 vaccines following the emergence of new variants of the virus. Those who were unvaccinated we're about 4.5 times more likely to get covid 19/10 times more likely to be hospitalized and 11 times more likely to die from the disease, and that's the director of the CDC Doctor Rochelle Walensky. Over to Wall Street where the Dow is currently running negative around 34,800 Valley weather right now, mostly sunny 86 at Radio City today sunny a high of 97. Down to 66 overnight for your Saturday high of 97 99 on Sunday. This news update is sponsored by indeed.
"madera county" Discussed on KGO 810
"Now under evacuation orders as firefighters try to control the so called river fires progress seven months into the year and we've already seen over 30,000 separate wildfires fires in California, already burning twice as much land as was scorched by this time last year. The river fire burning near Yosemite and Madera County has chewed through 15 Square Miles. It's 21% contained the back worth complex fire in the Plumas National Forest north of Tahoe has burned 145 Square miles. It's now 66% contained at least 20 homes There have been destroyed. A decision made to scale back the search for a missing ultra marathon runner in the East Bay A search this morning in an area where a family says they heard cries for help in the San Old Canyon last night came up as a dead end. 37 year old Philip Krycek went missing while on a run Saturday and pleasant and regional park smaller ranch Ron seats with the Alameda County search and rescue Says Mueller Ranch is a popular park. It's hard to disappearing. There's hundreds of people to come here daily to recreation and so forth, making it hard for anybody to get lost because if they are If they're disoriented anyway, or they sort of lost their way. There's usually somebody from the public who is familiar with the park picnic in the system. Hundreds of volunteers have helped in the search. It's included the use of drones, aircraft and off road vehicles. Despite the expected hot conditions, A couple of US athletes will be keeping cool during the Olympic opening ceremonies. KGO eight tens Mark Nieto. With that story, Ralph Lauren is helping out the U. S. Olympic athletes who will deal with the summer heat in Tokyo. Designing a special jacket for the flag bearers during the opening ceremonies on July 23rd. The White Blazers will have a personal air conditioning system that disperses heat from the wearer skin through a fan device at the back of the neck, kind of like how large computers are kept cool. The rest of the team will walk in tailored Navy blazers made of us grown wool, a belt made of recycled plastic water bottles and a cotton navy colored face mask with an American flag on one side. Mark Nieto, kgo a 10 sounds very fancy. We'll check your traffic. Santa Cruz Mountains continues to be an issue. HS Clarke Reed will have an update in just a moment. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to your nana. But she'd probably just tell you how she insured her couch from stains by.
"madera county" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The guy to get the reach out to give Chris Wiley College 61972213 Oh three and see what he can do for you. Yeah, for your home, and he rides dirt bikes. Yeah, He's a great guy. Hey, was that are lost Lizard meeting casino in an alpine couple weeks ago on balked about. We talked about that last weekend, so we're definitely going to see what we can do about some florist stuff going on. Speaking of four stuff. I know that Corvette just had their annual nominations for their board, and then they just had their awards go out last week. And, uh, they just got Michael McGarity as the Ministry of Administration. Yes. So he'll be helping us. This will be good down. He is a huge asset. Um, You know what? When I was reading his background and what he has going on, he's got years of Working with the Sierra National Forest in the eastern Sierras. And they've done a lot of trail work up there and keeping trails open and stuff. And so that'll make the competition. Nervous. Yeah, Okay. Hopefully Jeez, He's in here. Now. What do we get out of here? Yeah, Mikey. He just moved from Cal for well over two Corba. Um And so we'll see what where he goes with this. I think I think he'll be a force to be reckoned with. For sure. Well, we need that's what we need. Yeah. Yeah. And then, um, we've been trying to get Jared on here for the last couple weeks to so hopefully we'll have my gone soon. Have him call in. Let us know what's going on up in the Sierras up in the Sequoia is up in his backyard, and he lives up near for us now from the northern indifference Now he's in Madera County. Yeah, I think Clovis I have access to Clovis Independent. Four wheelers. That's the name of his past. Remember? No, I knew it wasn't friends. Now it's Clovis independent. So he's within Clovis Independent four wheelers on but I know because Jared is point Magoo four by four, So he's been with him for a long time, So I'm really excited to have him on. Hopefully, he'll be able to come on next weekend. We can, um, discuss. You know what's happening up in the forest up there and some other stuff, And both of those guys Mike McGarity and Jared McCloud are board members on Ocean on June, so I'm looking forward to having them on so we can discuss what's going on with ocean on a dune. So you know, from from the inland forests to the beach and all across California, you know, we definitely Need those volunteers need people to step up, need the younger generation to start getting more active and voicing their opinions. And, you know, Jared start learning the ropes because there's a lot to know It takes a lot of time just having your your foot in the door and the competition's banking on the fact that you don't know John. That's what they're banking on them so complicated. I was looking at the Sierra Club California website. You got a lot of people. They have a lot of stuff going on. I was like, Oh, my God. I just got an email from them, and it just went on and on and how they're supporting Governor Newsome, and they're not supporting the recall, and they All right here. All right here is gonna get out of it. I hear it. It's not gonna happen. I mean on so much money at it. He's going to crush the state. He doesn't care what the state Yeah, e. I don't know what's gonna happen with that. But people are picking sides. Yeah, without it out, you know, but that's okay. We'll keep fighting the fight. We'll keep pressure on him to do the right thing. Yeah, definitely. Yeah, without a show John Kinley Corvette nominated and, uh, made off Roader of the year, which which is a big thing, and he's helped us with with social media. When I say helped us. I'm a core of a director. I've been Korver director for 16 years now, so I've been in So he's been a big how he grew our instagram page from not too many. Too many thousands of people. Yeah, he's done fantastic When it comes to social media. I was very proud to see that John got off Roader of the year that is that a huge honor and I'm he definitely deserved it with everything that he's done to promote. And everything on Ben, the other one that I was getting back to the mic and to Jared Jared has been very active. The last few years I've met At the two of them a couple years ago, when I went up to Sacramento for the Ocean of June's day that we did up in Sacramento on DSA since then, Jared, you know who I've just seen how much he's done and what he how active that he's been the last couple years, So he got nominated and he won the Ed Waldheim Political Activism award. That's a cool one. That is an awesome that is that that's a huge owner. In my opinion. Congratulations, Spirit it correct me if I'm wrong here, but didn't didn't you win the ad? Waldheim? Or was presented that when I was off Roader of the year you were off Roader of the year was about four or five years ago before you crashed, and then I think you present what I remember Pam right now. He doesn't remember. Okay, now, his memory's shot. Bob doesn't get awards anymore. He's gotten all of them. Now. He's the one who gives that order them out him out. He's the giver of the war. He's been around for a long time. He's been yelling about your radio show. Yeah, for don't have to be doing stuff Road. Yeah. Media presentation. Yeah, we need to make a new award for that. Think they should. Well, I mean, nobody works. Nobody works harder on top of the year. Nobody works harder on the radio that you three. Absolutely Yeah, well, following down the line with the Corvo awards. Um I just, You know, it's it to me. It's a huge honor for the for the nominees, and they're very deserving. And I just wanna give a shout out to them because it's It's a special honor to be recognized in for for the work that they've done. Usually it means that the club's been very active in the community. Very involved have very active members. And that's huge. Because, you know, we we need those voices. We need the people. You know, we're not like that. The Sierra Club and the C D. C. That's got billions of dollars, you know, so We need our people to be more active in it. Um, So, with that being said the loony donors Award for charity goes to the California Dual sport writers. Um, that's a good club, actually follow them on Instagram. Yes, and then The, uh, the loony dinners Charity award called loony donors because they're the ones that originally they That's where the word Association award. Yes, it's just like Ed Waldheim's political activism. He's he originally sponsored ad. Waldheim is huge for political for off roading activism. Um, he created, um What I mean, what does that mean? When I'm trying to think of that I drive all the time on my way to Kern Wolf. California Trail Users Coalition. He's he helped start friends of Oceana Dunes with Jim Sooty 20 something years ago, he started friends of the Sequoia. He started friends of job own job, and I needed friends of El Mirage..
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"Of our community, a very small fraction of our community who, actually they're not going to get vaccinated. They've already told us. They don't believe in vaccines, so we're not going to encourage anyone else to get vaccinated by not moving forward with this convenient cutting edge opportunity. Supervisor. Foley said People who are worried about being tracked should just turn off their cellphones because many other platforms and APS do much more harm than good when it comes to privacy. And more vaccine news. Many counties in Southern California and the Bay Area have already given at least one dose of the cove in 19 vaccine to more than 70% of the eligible population. In fact, more than 85% of Marin County residents who are 16 and older have gotten at least one shot. That's not the story in some of the more rural counties in the state, which are lagging well behind and getting people vaccinated. Michelle Schmidt is supervising public health nurse in tow him a county where just over 20% of people 16 and older are fully vaccinated, she tells the California report. Despite those numbers, the county's making every effort to get shots out to the public. We've offered. You know the vaccine early in the morning fancied starting at 7 30 in the morning and we've had clinics all the way going till seven o'clock at night a swell as we've offered them on Saturday. So I think from that standpoint of having that availability for multiple days and hours, we've definitely tried to provide that for our community. I think there's just individuals that just don't want to get the vaccine. It says Educating the public can also be a challenge. I think sometimes folks believe more on Facebook than they do. Public health officials. So that's been an interesting endeavor and trying to address those concerns in a scientific manner, she says To him, a county is working on more mobile clinics to make doses more available. And turning to L. A Los Angeles County continues to make progress in vaccinating and presidents. But L A public health director Barbara Ferrer says it could take slightly longer to reach a point of so called herd immunity. We have probably over two million more first doses to go before 80% of all L, a County residents, 16 and older Will have received at least one vaccine at the Rayburn going. We expect that we couldn't reach this level somewhere and live to late July. Ferrer noted that this would depend on the county continuing at the vaccination rate It's currently at which is giving 400,000 doses a week. He says. Improving vaccination rates and communities of color is where the county is focusing. Most of its efforts on Lee 38% of black residents and 42% of Latino residents in L. A county have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Another pandemic news. Two more counties in California have moved to the least restrictive yellow tear when it comes to reopening covert 19 numbers have improved in both San Matteo and Mona counties, allowing more places there to reopen with higher capacity limits. Madera County is also moved from the red here to the less restrictive orange Here on Lee, nine California counties remain in the Reds here as we approached June 15th..
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"Sunshine after some fog and clouds upper fifties to the low nineties inland Today, Bay Area Sacramento Valley High's 91 to 97. Right now. 5 51. Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles, California Health officials say the Fizer vaccine could be available for 12 to 15 year olds as early as tomorrow. This comes after the Food and Drug Administration authorized the shots for adolescents earlier this week, KQED Health reporter Lesley McClurg explains. Even though you are a lot less likely to get a serious case of cove in it's still possible and lessen some teens have died from the virus. That's why state officials are urging you to get their shots, so it's great that our kids and our teams will be able to join. Your grand parents, their parents and loved ones, their older siblings and getting vaccinated. The more vaccines we can get into arms of eligible Californians, the more we can stop the spread. That state epidemiologist Dr Eric Upon In a few days, you can sign up for appointments through the website, my turn or through a pediatrician. Parental consent is required. In most cases for anyone under age. 18 shots will be administered at Mass vac sites, pharmacies and doctors offices. Some adolescents will experience side effects like fatigue and headaches for the California report. I'm Lesley McClurg. Now. While many parents support their younger Children getting the vaccine, others may still be skeptical. So we called up a person who's uniquely qualified to walk us through the process of getting Children vaccinated. He state Senator Richard Pan, who's also a pediatrician, and led the effort to tighten California's childhood immunization law. The first thing we asked Senator Pan, why is it important for younger Children to get the shot? Well, it's very important for parents to get their adolescence vaccinated against coveted. It gives your teenagers freedom, freedom from the fear of being infected with this virus, which, while less serious for younger people. Still can have very significant long term effects. We've seen this in teenagers and even Children. It gives them freedom to go about their lives less likely to not only catch the virus but also to transmit it and give it to other people. Yeah, I have talked to physicians who have told me that It's not so much that this particular age range is in peril when it comes to getting very sick from coded, But they are great when it comes to transmitting cove it on to others. Is that correct? Oftentimes when we talk about how serious Cove it is, is correct that it is seniors who are most likely to die from coveted who are more likely to get Much sicker with coded But it is not unheard of for teenagers to catch Cho bed and developed long term effects from Covina and even a small number of teenagers have died from coded So there is a safety issue for teenagers themselves. But what's even more important is that we want to reduce the transmission of this virus in our community overall and again, speaking as much as a physician, then state legislator What do you say toe parents who might have second thoughts might be concerned about this vaccination for their younger Children. Oh, please talk to your doctor and other trusted sources of information. If you have questions, it is important. You get your questions answered, and we want to answer them with accurate information in fax. Also be a little suspicious about things you hear on the Internet on your social media feed, so please talk to trusted sources of information about the vaccine. How it can protect your child in your family and also what the risks are of which are quite minimal. But there are some risks with the vaccine. Any thoughts about vaccination shaming out there and how it effects. Younger people in teens and Children. And I'm thinking of, you know, perhaps Children who haven't been vaccinated yet and might encounter blowback from friends, the wider community. What's really important is that people have the opportunity to get active information and then Equally important as people actually have the operative to get access to the vaccine. We need to keep in mind that there are people still out there who want the vaccine but have not gotten it because it's not been as accessible to them. They may have transportation issues. They have other reasons why it's hard for them to get to a vaccination site. And so we need to figure out how to get the vaccines to them. And so we were talking about vaccination or teenagers. Certainly we wanted a vaccines available to them at a vaccination sites at doctor's offices and pharmacies, But we also want to try to bring the vaccines to them. And that's why we're also talking about how do we get vaccines to schools where the teenagers are and then eventually for the younger kids, also the elementary schools and other schools. Middle schools so that we can make the vaccines available to all the parents who want their Children protected. All right, that is a pediatrician and state Senator Richard Pan of Sacramento Senator Thanks so much. Thank you so much for having me another pandemic News. Two more counties in California have moved to the least restrictive yellow tear when it comes to reopening Cove in 19 numbers have improved in both San Matteo and Mono counties, allowing more places there to reopen with higher capacity limits. Madera County has also moved from the red here. The less restrictive orange tear on Lee. Nine California counties remain in the red here as we approached June 15th. That's Governor Newsome's target date for fully re opening the state. And saying he wants to get something done. Governor Newsome has proposed spending $12 billion over the next two years to tackle the state's Holmes. This crisis more than $8 billion will go towards expanding the state's project home Key program. It buys motels, hotels and bacon apartment buildings and turning them into housing for the homeless. Speaking in San Diego yesterday, Newsome says one goal is ending family homelessness in California in five years to dress all Needs of that population, but again with the urgency of the immediacy to move these dollars out, so that process starts with some very significant Engagement from the front and not just waiting on the back, and Newsome says his plan would place up to 65,000 people in housing and create 46,000 new housing units in the state. Support for the California.
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"One and a half inches however the bones were found to either be not human are too small for dna tests on october twenty ninth search teams recovered to large human bones that they suspected belong to fossett. These bones were found a half a mile. East of the crash site Tennis shoes with animal bite marks on them are also discovered So i november third california. Police coroners said that dna profiling of the two bones by the california department of justice. Friends ext laboratory confirmed a match to faucets. Dna all right so he. They found his bones a half mile east of where the crash site was. Yeah and the madera county sheriff. John anderson kind of said what we say a lot of times that He believes fossett died on impact and that it wasn't unusual for animals to drag them remains away so got a lot of you know you've got bears in the sierra nevada's and We we mentioned this. That a lot of things can happen to disrupt a you know the remains you especially a year or two later you have animals moving stuff around you could have rain and snow melt moving things so that could explain why the remains were away from the crash site on march fifth of two thousand nine the ntsb issued its report and findings the report states that the plane crashed in elevation of about ten thousand feet. A three hundred feet below the crest of the ridge. The elevations of the peaks in the area exceeded thirteen thousand feet. However the density altitude in the area at the time and place of the crash was estimated to be twelve thousand seven hundred feet. The ntsb declared the probable cause of the crash s. The pilot's inadvertent encounter with downdraft that exceeded the climb capability of the aircraft. Contributing to the accident were down drafts a high density altitude and mountainous terrain so my biggest takeaway with this is obviously flying in the mountain in. Mountains is more difficult than your typical. Like fine in wisconsin or somewhere where it's flat flat. Yeah flat land. But steve fossett was a very experienced aviator he. He should be aware of those risks and things pretty. Yeah he. he's pretty. Well read in what to do where i mean. The man went around the planet and hot air balloon. He he flew around the planet in a single engine fixed wing aircraft he. He sailed around the planet. He's.
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"88 1059 F M A. M. J Fresno cumulus stations. 50 degrees is the rain continues to fall here in Fresno at Radio City at 11 A.m., noting the weather benefits to Valley AG. Good morning, one at all. I am Matt out Start live in the K. M. J newsroom Valley growers say this week storms are hopefully just the start off more precipitation. Fresno County Farm Girls, CEO Ryan Jacobson says. Until recently, this year was shaping up to be a very dry one. Now all the rain and snowfall paint a much more positive outlook for the season. Jacobson knows that current totals do not translate into a good water allocation. At this point, especially on the West side. Their life is so much, depending upon what happens to trying to get that water through the delta. So even very strong storm activity doesn't necessarily mean an overly strong allocation. Jacobson points out, We'll need at least several more big storms to really make a difference with the Valley's water season for this year. John York K of JI News means I'm the sheriff of generic Platte County, declaring a local emergency due to the impact of the recent extreme weather. Sheriff Tyson Polk says last week's Mona One event combined with the current impact of strong winter storms, it's raising of concern over damaged mudslides. His declaration now gives Madera County the ability to request help from the state and federal government. Plus the sheriff's office reminds everyone that evacuation warnings are still in effect. For those in the Madera County Creek Fire burn Scar area. We'll talk more weather coming up here in about 90 seconds. Meantime, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says, speaking on the Senate floor this morning. As he tried it's Republicans for their reluctance to start talks on a new covert stimulus bill..
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"Alternate route is now in place. And that is not the only traffic issue. You will deal with whether wise chains are now required for all vehicles except those with four wheel drive on the 1 68, starting at Pine Ridge and on the 41 chains are required beginning three miles north, of course, gold in Madera County. We'll talk more weather here in just a second. Meantime, the White House, adding an event of President Biden schedule today. President Biden delivers remarks this afternoon that the White House says will focus on containing the covert 19 pandemic. The president on Monday said he's hopeful that any American who wants to get a coded vaccine can do so within a couple of months, I think will be this spring. I think we'll be able to do that to spring, but governors across the nation are expressing frustration with the vaccine supply. Saying they can't keep up with the demand right now, President Biden said Monday. The U. S has quote gotten commitments from vaccine producers to produce more in a short period of time, but the president gave no further details. Karen Travers, ABC News president, Biden also said to announce a wide ranging moratorium on new oil and gas leasing on federal lands. As his administration continues to reverse Trump administration policies on energy and the environment and attempt to address climate change. This move follows a 60 day suspension of new drilling permits for US lands and waters. That was announced last week. All right back to whether once the skies above the Central Valley and the Sierra Nevada Open up significant amounts of rain and snow are expected to fall across our region here, his hand for National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Durfee talking about the impact.
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"Mid Friday. We have a storm on the way, folks, and it's gonna produce some significant rainfall in the valley and some significant snowfall in our country. Okay, we look forward to that. Let's get a little news from your neighborhood now. Albert Purnell joins us Would he have? Yes, it's coming out of the Madeira Tribune so due to a shortage of vaccine supply All planned vaccination clinics that the Social Service building in Madera County County are canceled until further notice. They're not sure when they would get a new shipment. But when they do, they let people know. Okay, the vaccine roll out in California continues to be troubled Harriet Tubman might be on the $20 bill. That whole issue has resurfaced. Okay. Secretary for President Biden said that the Treasury Department taking steps now to resume the efforts to put the 19th century abolitionist leader on the $20 bill that be Harriet Tubman. And would replace Andrew Jackson. Hey, Well, you know, next month is black History month, So that'd be a good time to do it. You know next month would be appropriate to do it would be so anyway, that's don't be surprised if you see a change in your $20 bills in the not too distant future. Yeah. Alright, well coming up, We're gonna be talking about all what were the political folks go when they run for office and they don't make it. Um, they go. They become lobbyists. They want video. Yes, a lot of you. Sometimes they're writing books and as they go on a speaking tour, but sometimes they go to Hollywood. They do Tow act casting companies are snapping up. Politicians left right. Politicians got a little acting in the blood they do and they could make some money off of them, so we'll have more on what's second careers for some of them coming up. Listen up and on your way home for the very latest more reaction today. Local news. We have continuing coverage Half and weather Storm is on the KFBK. Afternoon news was Kitty O'Neil on Sacramento's.
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"Sacramento. Time for a little news for me, neighborhood there's over, Parnell. What do you found out there, sir? Yes, it's coming out of the Chico Enterprise Record. Soak over 19 vaccinations. Clinics for Buchanan residence. 75 years of age and older are underway was more to come over the next few weeks as view county public health continues distribution of the vaccine prioritized. Groups and businesses sectors. They also have a website that you could go to where you get notified when it's your time to get your vaccination or don't do is go to Butte County dot net and you sign up. And once when it's your time to go, they send you a notification. You'd county dot net. Okay. Thank you. So little reminder about hitting reply. All Have you ever done that? No. You know what? I've never made that mistake. You haven't? No, I have made that mistake. Luckily it was, you know, it was benign. But on Twitter today, I just happened to see this one. This is a reporter works for the Fresno Bee and believe, and she put up a she'd made a public records request it for Madera County for some information for some information that she needed for her story, and she got whoever she sent it to you. Hit the reply all and said to hell with her. She's a piss poor reporter. If we do give her we charge her all our regular fees. So this guy thought he was sending it to other government officials and the reporter got any reply all well, She posted it today with her. She's a piss. Poor reporter. I didn't know government officials didn't like reporters. You know what things maybe need to be said in person, rather than on e mail or not. So did she printed she? Well, she posted it on Twitter. So you know, just a couple of remind just for email etiquette, Always proof read, ensure Email addresses. Professional standardized formatting, avoid hitting reply all if possible open with a formal greeting close with the formal sign off. Don't ramble and craft of professional signature. Can you name any of the pets from our previous presidents? I can off the top can actually because we had an Irish setter, huh? And apparently it was forward. I think that had Irish setters. Okay, so that that's the only one. I know. So there's a lot of talk about the pets that coming with the Biden family to the White House. Beautiful German shepherd is one of them. Jerry Preston, joining us in three minutes with more on pets and the president. I liked it is local incremental voices you can trust. Get all my news. Kristina Matanza, Sam Shane Kitty O'Neil breaking news. Local news depth.
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"Cal Fire says There are two new fires in Santa Cruz County, one off Freedom Boulevard in Watsonville, the other in Boulder Creek Area off Highway nine. They say evacuations are being initiated on their Twitter feed. Cal Fire says there's a cloud based application that delivers insights to help First responders and communities. Understanding respond a wildfire It's on Twitter at zone haven ink in Madera County. The mill fire began burning last night. The fire is on road to 25, near the Douglas Ranger station in the North Fork area. North Fork Mobile Home Park is under evacuation order. The fire currently covers at least 10 Acres. The Mariposa County Sheriff's Office says that Yosemite National Park is closed today due to the downed power lines and trees in the area. There's a high wind alert in effect as wind gusts are reaching up to 80 MPH in the highest elevations. Confirmation hearings begin on Capitol Hill today. Lawmakers on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee are hearing from President elect Joe Biden's pick for Homeland Security Secretary Ali Hondros My or Kiss, Senator Dianne Feinstein says she believes he has the knowledge to run the department. He offers a diverse background. And a set of experiences in both the private and public sectors that are going to serve him well. Republicans questioned my orchestra on an inspector general report. That alleged he gave special treatment to some lawmakers while investigating a visa program. My Oh, Chris told lawmakers that the program was plagued with issues in logjams over the.
Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure
"Joe Seventy National Park has been closed for nearly three months because of stay at home orders but today the park is reopening in a limited way Cap Radios Ezra. David Romero reports that the closure has had a huge effect on nearby businesses. On the way into Yosemite National Park from Fresno sits the Yosemite Sugar Pine Mountain Railroad, which shut down with the rest of California in March Scott. mcghee runs the operation. We lost every single tour group and school group that we had coming up here. Yosemite is opening with a lot of restrictions. Only about half of the average June visitors are allowed in, and they must make online reservation for each car in advance, Jamie Richards Yosemite spokesperson. We're going to be monitoring condition daily. We're GONNA make adjustments as needed and we're going to work to maintain safe conditions for visitors. Only two campgrounds are open in the larger one. One is operating at just fifty percent of capacity. Other campsites are closed due to staffing Richard says she's interested in seeing how the animals in the park respond again the people we've seen a lot of bears out in active we will see when the park reopens. How the animals continue to reopen adapt to visitors coming back last year, visitors spent more than one point seven billion dollars in the four California counties that surround the Park Brooke. Smith with visit Yosemite Madera. County says that could drop by as much as half this year between fires in government shutdowns. This is definitely the longest we've ever gone with you Ashleigh. Up when she first heard, the park was opening Amy George and her husband Kyle Mon- Holland from Davis. California rushed to book a few day passes. I was drinking coffee I'm like I'm just GonNa. See and says I go. July twenty second has day passes Great. That's our twentieth anniversary. The pair of teachers spent their honeymoon in Yosemite. George has visited the park since childhood and the reservation system has long term effects. Maybe this'll lessen the impact that humans have had on the environment on Yosemite. George hopes unlimited spaces. Don't discourage people from trying to make it to the park. She wants everyone to enjoy Yosemite like she always has for NPR. News I'm as David Romero in
Houston coronavirus updates: What you need to know
"Houston's public health director says public policies being made over the corona virus are only as good as the information that they're based on Dr David purses testing labs a local hospitals have to do a better job reporting positive cases and fatalities including the four new deaths reported today one of these the person who died died back in March so this is not at least the second time when we have had a greatly delayed report of death and we found this one through our efforts are going through death certificates the city of Houston so far has reported twenty three confirmed deaths twenty two hundred cases of coronavirus Madera county reporting forty two new cases of covert nineteen bringing that county's total to three hundred age health officials say ninety four Montgomery County residents already have recovered from the corona virus there Galveston county reports two more covert nineteen deaths both people in their eighties with underlying health problems bring the county's death toll to eleven overall Galveston county has fifteen new cases for a total of three hundred ninety two also they have thirty eight new recoveries for total of one hundred thirty in that county