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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Something on the road in front of you, however, and one pass it along. Call the KFBK Traffic Tip line style found 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk abundant sunshine today with a high of 77 to 81 clear skies tonight with a low of 41 2 45 Mostly sunny, tomorrow and Friday. High Tomorrow 79 83 Fridays I 78 to 82 macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 42 degrees in Diamond Springs 41 degrees in El Grove and hear the stories Trending this Wednesday morning this morning, dozens of Sacramento business owners have sent a letter to Mayor Steinberg calling for Mohr protection to fight off a recent spike in crime in the city's downtown. KPK sneaking McGahee's has more. The letter, created by the downtown Sacramento partnership has been signed by 58 businesses and property owners and civic leaders. It asked Mayor jail Steinberg for immediate action to clean and clear public right of ways and address public safety issues. The downtown Sacramento partnership reports. Assaults are up 150%. Just this year. Steinberg replied to the letter and said they are working on a detailed response. Emphasizing health and safety mogul Hiss News 93.1 KFBK Governor Newsome of the leaders of three other Western states say that they will independently decide if covert 19 vaccines will be made available to the people who live in their states going to increase transparency and trust. Make sure that we're not doing anything to meet an arbitrary deadline or meet a political deadline. Governor Newsome has announced the that Washington, Oregon and Nevada have joined California's Scientific Safety review work group. The leaders of the four states say that they will not solely rely on FDA for approval for a vaccine, but they say they will make that decision on their own. Power's out where on it sponsored by the Salvation Army, help with disaster relief at go sell. Army dot org's KF Continuing coverage 10,000 PG and E customers remain in the dark this morning. PG and e officials who shut off their power say they will have it back on by this afternoon. KFBK is Jordan Christmas with detail Weighs 345,000 customers were in the dark after shut off Sunday impacted more than 30 counties. The utility did a check up of the grid and found 130 cases of damage or pity. It'll hazards and as the inspection continues, the number of cases is expected to grow. Current weather forecast over the next 10 days have not shown potential for another plan. Power Shut OFF Jordan Christmas NEWS 93.1 KFBK More than 27,000 Acres have now burned into large wildfires in Orange County and his ABC is Alex Stone reports. Firefighters who will run by fire are this morning trying to recover the two Orange County firefighters remain in critical condition fighting for their lives. After being burned over on Monday, Fire Chief Brian Fennessy says he knows him personally. Both have been with us less than one year. I did not say I did hire them. A total of five firefighters have been injured on the two fires burning in Orange County like Stone, ABC News This morning 66 million Americans have voted early. More than seven million California voters have already cast their ballots. NBC political correspondent Steve Kornacki with the latest from the campaign trail, presidents playing defense in all sorts of states that he won in 2016. Some of the biggest suspense involved Pennsylvania 20 electoral votes. Trump won it four years ago. He was the first Republican to carry that state since the 19 eighties. Former President Barack Obama campaigned in Florida while first lady Melania Trump campaigned in Pennsylvania yesterday. All right, we're approaching 705. That means it's time for our featured audio clip this hour. We do this every hour on our program every single morning at five minutes past the hour, we bring you a featured audio clip, something you very likely did not.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK Now trending, California's covered 19 positivity rate is the lowest It's been since May, the governor says, though, that can all change of state doesn't continue to be smart. Sacramento, not defending the police. The second City Council looks like it's going to move forward with a plan that would you wrecked, redirect money from the city budget to what they're calling a participatory budget fund. But Mayor Steinberg says it's unlikely the council will reduce its public safety budgets and police budgets to support that new fund. And now at 5 47 wildfires big story across Northern California again this afternoon. Joe Michaels is live from R K pick a wildfire desk with details well it'sjust in Governor, Gavin Newsom issuing an emergency proclamation for the county of Sisk you because of the fires they've burned over 120,000 acres there, destroying homes and other buildings, forcing the evacuations of thousands of residents. The governor, also declaring a state wide emergency due to the widespread fires and extreme weather conditions, and he secured a presidential major disaster declaration to bolster California's emergency response to the Northern California wildfires. Three people in Butte County have died as a result of the bear fire. It exploded in size Wednesday and is now being classified as part of the North Complex of fires I heart media's Mike Baka says. Wednesday's wild weather shifts are the reason the West Zone of the north complex has grown to more than 70,000 acres within about a 90 minute period yesterday, they were saying That it's moving in a northerly direction. Then they were saying northwesterly direction, then they so it shifted south, and that's kind of commonplace. Right now they're saying it's moving suddenly a little bit there still doing a lot of structure protection in the forest town area. Brush Creek, Feather Falls and the Lumpkin Ridge area. Decreasing winds. Lower temperatures and higher humidity are allowing cruise to aggressively fight fire and developed containment lines today, but lack of visibility continues to be a factor as heavy smoke in the area of the fire is hampering the ability of aircraft to fight the fire from above the focus going forward is to strengthen fire lines to protect threatened populations and begin damage inspections. And in Yuba County crews of up contain into 1300 acres on the containment to 15% on the 1300 acre willow fire. It continues Kitty to threaten about 700 homes in the vicinity of Neptune Leg and Willow Glen Road That's north of Smart Ville. Now, if you want a little more detail and in depth further further in death House that on the California wildfires and not our website, even an interactive map wow. Kfbk dot com BACKSLASH Fire Tim Lance doing a great job on that, By the way, let's give him a tip of the old. Walk up right? So tips. There we go. Thank you. Joe Michaels reporting their traffic and weather together Now we'll head over to the tip. Dana has you know somebody once said I was south of smarts Ville? Sure exactly what they brought to you by Caltrans. I five H O V project and there still working the accident scene. He's bound to get riverside additive here out there in the Northeast corner. That's where it's slowing down to split. For instance, 10 minutes on eastbound Camp City just A little heavy and on out to Roseville is also about 10 minutes for that slowing isn't riverside. There, boys downtown l groups have high five is 11 minutes about 13 minutes. Now on 99 little activity is you make your way down between Mac and Sheldon is starting to clear up already. If you're going to fold some 18 minutes, son eastbound 50 downtown toward the North 5 16 minutes. Came downtown Davis West about 80 gonna be a nine minute drive. Eastbound looks really good, too. Starting this Friday night through the weekend, multiple on and off. Ramps will be closed along I five in Sacramento. Tick text fix. Sacked 581257 a real time project Alerts are visit fixed. Act five dot com To get details. Travel gone the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 camp, okay? Ari thinks, Dana. Now we gotta look at that kfbk forecast. Air quality.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 clear skies expected for tonight will see a low tonight of 50. 60 60 Plenty of sunshine on tap for tomorrow. Tomorrow's high 88 to 92. Mostly sunny skies expected for Thursday. Thursday. We'll see a high 86 to 90. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 Kfbk. Not a bad looking day today. Right now we've got 91 in Luis El Dorado Hills also has 91 got 93 degrees Now is we're building a better Sacramento. We may have seen colorful signs and local businesses, saying We're open pledge 100% local. It's part of the campaign spearheaded by Sicily Hastings, publisher of Inside Sacramento, the most distributed print paper in Sacramento, Sicily, reinforced Thie. Hit that the small businesses took during the Koven 19 shutdown. Most consumers probably all over the world. All of a sudden, all started going to Amazons and Wal Mart and things like that to you know which we're all allowed to remain open on either. Obviously digital website with Amazon but Costco and Wal Mart and you know they they all had crowd's rushing to them. Sicily was concerned about the impact of that behavior locally, are going to start establishing habits to purchase online or go to big box stores. And as soon as these places open back up against, we've got to remind you, this is about our community that they in going those other purchase routes. They are not supporting our local Businesses who the local businesses who employ our neighbors. Mayor Steinberg and Vice Mayor Jeff Harris agreed to co chair the initiative. City is doing things to help small businesses recover, but you know it all falls into the hands of the consumer and where they decide to spend their money and patterns are hard to change. So bright pink and orange signs promote the campaign to shop. Local credit union stepped up in a big way and finance the purchase of 250 of these signs. And so we were able to Beat them with who pull up help this distributed and there's more information and kpk dot com The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil, If you want to get involved, just ahead on our afternoon news will check your top trending stories and go in depth on the 2020 California budget. It's been signed Who won, Who lost Keep Case My blood breaks it down for us ahead on news, 93.1 kfbk love everywhere on the I. Heart radio at At home catch up on the latest breaking news from your Amazon Echo or Google home device. Stay connected with news 93.1 kfbk that you have three ex wives and your current trophy wife wants.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A staggering number but it is a significant decrease from the nearly eight hundred deaths a day the New York saw during its peak several ABC news New York and a new record low an ounce today in New York the state recording thirty five corona virus deaths in the last twenty four hours you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the Republican National Committee is asking a federal judge to block a governor Gavin Newsom's executive order that mail in ballots for the November presidential election he sends to every registered voter this comes after the RNC filed a lawsuit last month in U. S. District Court claiming that nuisance order is unlawful and creates the opportunity for fraud hundreds gathered near mayor Darrell Steinberg's home in Sacramento's pocket neighborhood Friday evening to protest the death of George Floyd mayor Steinberg did not attend the Friday ninety VAT but later called the demonstration a powerful and necessary expression of the anger and change in the city in the country black lives matter and other civil rights groups are suing valley PD over the way police officers have dealt with anti police brutality protests during the past two weeks the suit accuses LAPD officers of using excessive force and violating the constitutional rights of protesters it also accuses police officers of going after peaceful demonstrators instead of violent looters I am Angelica I'll be ha very pleasant good afternoon to you kick it off with a concrete crawl in Sacramento cell bill ninety nine just before florin road we have a three car pileup blocking all four.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A rather harrowing gaffer terms of being able to organize and mobilize and move forward the frustration for me Kelly is the opposite we have cities that are blocking some of the sites not embracing some of the sites that this is not one of those cities those cities that are bracing this are getting the support of not only these master lease templates but getting that seventy five percent reimbursement from FEMA and the state of California is helping supplement the twenty five percent through the eight hundred million dollars the state is made available in the last number of months and emergency aid and support that was part of last year's budget so there shouldn't be any issues in terms of blocking the application and the implementation of these efforts that said the process is not overnight and the templates are provided other counties become the organizing framework to then work with the city so there are few layers here in each and every case there are complexities and nuances that need to be worked through but I couldn't be more proud of just being up in the Sacramento area I just a few weeks ago it mayor Steinberg announcing the initiation of this and to be here today marking the fact that four thousand two hundred and eleven individuals are off the streets and out of our shelter into these facilities we made a deal for an additional five thousand twenty five through the corporate motel six chain and we already have just shy of eleven thousand units that are ready and able to be part of this endeavor so.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Site serve dot CA dot gov with that we're happy to take any questions governor thanks so much for giving us some time today I've got quite a few questions from my colleagues about homelessness that you're talking about today I think the most common one that I'm seeing is there's a lot of frustration among some local governments about the pace of getting these rooms and getting folks into them so can you account for sort of how long it's taken let's procure these rooms and then start filling well we announces two weeks ago so respectfully I think this is a rather harrowing Gafford terms of being able to organize and mobilize and move forward the frustration for me Canada is the opposite we have cities that are blocking some of the sites not embracing some of the sites that this is not one of those cities those cities that are bracing this are getting the support of not only these master lease temple it's about getting that seventy five percent reimbursement from FEMA and the state of California is helping supplement the twenty five percent through the eight hundred million dollars the state is made available in the last number of months and emergency aid and support that was part of last year's budget so there shouldn't be any issues in terms of blocking the application and the implementation of these efforts that said the process is not overnight and the templates are provided the county's become the organizing framework to then work with the city so there are few layers here in each and every case there are complexities and nuances that need to be worked through but I couldn't be more proud of just being up in the Sacramento area just a few weeks ago it mayor Steinberg announcing the initiation of this and to be here today marking the fact that four thousand two hundred and eleven individuals are off the streets and out of our shelters into these facilities we made a deal for an additional five thousand twenty five through the corporate motel six chain and we already have just shy of eleven thousand units that are ready and able to be part of this endeavor governor can you tell us some more about the re assistance you've encountered from local governments what level of authority do they have to refuse this and what type of argument to be heard for why they're not willing to cooperate with the same old tired arguments of nimbyism there well known.

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California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper

All Things Considered

03:42 min | 2 years ago

California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper

"Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping to re write the headline of his city's paper instead of the Sacramento bee the hundred sixty three year old paper files for bankruptcy and is sold to a hedge fund he wants the headline landing on people's doorsteps to read the Sacramento bee stays with local owners to explain we're joined now by mayor Steinberg hi there good to be with you Mary Louise so this is not a new news story McClatchy which owns a bunch of papers including the B. I think people have followed along as it filed for bankruptcy give me in a few sentences what your plan is for writing a different ending to this story for the B. well first of all the Sacramento bee is the leading daily publication in the capital city of California and it is a specific asset we intend as a community to put up a fight to make sure that the B. emerges from bankruptcy in a way that not only maintains its status but actually enhances it because the B. is suffered like many daily newspapers over the last decade or more I just believe that independent journalism is crucial for obvious reasons our community matters and we don't want this newspaper carved up in a way that will leave the people that I represent at to not have the benefit of that independent daily journalism I read your planning to convene a forum later this month is that right with the investors and philanthropists and community leaders to figure out what this might look like exactly because we know that there are a number of models throughout the country and we intend to highlight all of them in addition to actively working between now and the twenty seven to identify as some people who might be willing to to buy the B. do you have your eye on specific potential investors I do can't identify them a right now but we are working very hard on identifying some investors but you know our city is this great emerging city in America I say that I know with a little biased because I am the mayor of but it's true we were emerging from just being capital city into a government town to be the center of innovation and technology and food and it's becoming a great millennial sitting over the last half decade or so we have fought to keep civic assets we fought to keep the Sacramento Kings are NBA franchise in the capital city and we ended up not only keeping them the building a great downtown arena we just fought to win a major league soccer franchise and so a newspaper may not seem on par with all those other civic assets but undoubtedly the daily newspaper is at least if not more important than the civic assets and if those are worth fighting to keep into into win so is the Sacramento bee what section of the B. two you read first every morning it's a good question I read the editorials first I read the the state local news I make sure they spelled my name correctly and and then you know I like to read the sports section to you know we have a NBA team that's making a run for the playoffs that is Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about Sacramento bee marriage time virgin Kerr thank you so much

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"During the recent holiday season it's about the thing you can't prove the trouble that didn't occur as a result of young people having a safe place to be pastor less Simmons of south Sacramento's Christian center says the pop of events are creating a sense of community for youth families Sam abre hoods these places of belonging are bringing resources and services they bring in opportunities city city council vote means the pop ups will continue through at least June of this year and mayor Steinberg says he's working to keep them permanently woven twenty nine thousand teens have participated in the program since its inception after a number of post holiday fights of the Arden fair mall in late twenty eighteen like thank you Joe the California homeless problem in the spotlight today as a group of homeless mothers really refused to leave a vacant home were affected by police ABC's Alex stone has that's been months since a group of mothers and their children illegally moved into an empty home in Oakland they've been living there refusing to leave their part of a group called moms for housing the home is owned by an investment firm which plans to flip it last week a judge ordered the moms out the sheriff's department offer them help finding shelter they refused so a swat team moved in amid protests outside and remove the women deputies say six people were arrested to were mom and like stone ABC news the house is revealing new impeachment evidence just hours before sending the to impeachment articles to the Senate chairman Adam Schiff says he has to flash drives one contains call records the other is text messages and letters handed over from love part is he's a former associate of Rudy Giuliani who is trumps person person on president trump's personal lawyer one letter is from Giuliani asking Ukraine's president for meeting in may of last year another note is says to get Ukraine's president to announce the Biden case this will be investigated sure says all of it shows part as was the direct line of communication between Giuliani and Ukrainian officials Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell outlining a time frame for when the Senate might start an impeachment trial this after house speaker Nancy Pelosi said she intends to start the process to send over those articles tomorrow believe if that happened in.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Podcast with mayor Steinberg and our podcast on the future of the rail yards and the MLS that's on my page if you go to K. F. B. K. dot com this morning investigators are looking for the cause of an explosion at a bay area oil storage facility that shut down I. eighty for several hours yesterday afternoon KP case my blonde has more following the explosion a large fire made its way through several storage tanks in nearby vegetation at the new Star facility in Crockett around two PM according to contrast of fire department the tanks contain ethanol residents were encouraged to stay inside close fireplaces and cover windows and cracks in doorways with damp towels to protect themselves the toxic smoke in the air the explosion also cause temporary delays with both the westbound and eastbound lanes of I. eighty being temporary close what firefighters work to contain the blaze with foam and water it's unclear what caused the explosion the incident follows reports of a four point five magnitude earthquake that occurred on Monday night Mike blunts news ninety three point one KFBK California water resources agency has agreed to pay twelve million dollars to repair roads following the Orville damn crisis Kibaki's Jordan Christmas explains the state department of water resources in Butte county announced the settlement yesterday more than two years after spill ways at the Orville damn crumbled and fell away during heavy rains the crisis of the county's tallest dam force nearly two hundred thousand people to evacuate in February of twenty seventeen I made a threat that a wall of water could flood nearby towns even though the damn did not end up breaking the repairs of the spill way has taken several years and resulted in heavy truck traffic that damage Butte county roads you county sued in August of last year other areas like Santa Rosa I have also complained about damaged roadways following repairs after disasters Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. one US senator says that pulling US troops out of Syria may actually be good for the Kurds in the long run senator rand Paul a Republican from Kentucky supports president trump's decision to withdraw US troops from the region rand Paul is our featured audio clip this hour here's what he told MSNBC I think the big picture is we have to decide when we go to war and when we should involve our young men and women in the middle of harm's way under the constitution we're supposed to vote on that Congress supposed to declare war the problem in this situation so.

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stories that are trending on this Monday morning Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg tells KFBK that the city is taking steps to clean up the homeless crisis in his city he also says he understands the frustrations of people who are concerned about the city's lawsuit banning several people from the Broadway corridor so they came to people came to me as to what your reaction maybe people expected I would say well we can't do that civil rights and civil liberties now I completely support the police department and the city attorney in enforcing the law enforcing it strongly mayor Steinberg says those seven people who were banned are accused of things like selling drugs and making the quarter unsafe Steinberg is our guest on our upcoming podcast we talk more about his potential run for governor his solutions to the California almost crisis and his bold prediction about the sacramental getting a major league soccer team you will be able to hear the entire podcast will be releasing it tomorrow on KSDK dot com well the last day of the legislative session was interrupted by a protester who threw a feminine hygiene products filled with red liquid at state senators KP Kay's Jordan Christmas has details authorities say a forty three year old Rebecca to level your was arrested Friday night for tossing what appeared to be a minstrel Cup from the California Senate public gallery on to the Senate floor yelling that's for the dead babies an apparent reference to the recent vaccine bill passed by the legislature the Cup was filled with some kind of red liquid which hit at least six different Senate. errors officials said the liquid looked like blood but investigators are still testing the substance the Senate chambers were empty while the CHP investigated senators were forced to convene in a committee room for the first time since two thousand and one when a man who was angry at then governor gray Davis drove his semi truck into the capitol building Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. in other news on this Monday morning construction crews continue to work on the water sewage storage facility McKinley park despite residents protesting against it residents filed a lawsuit in November cleaning the tank ruins the historic look of McKinley park however a judge decided in February to continue the city's plans to build that water vault the city of Sacramento says the six million gallon vault will store rainwater and reduce flooding residents say the.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Point one KFBK Sacramento mayor Gerald Steinberg is revising his proposal for a homeless shelter in south Sacramento earlier this month mayor Steinberg called for a shelter next to the personnel community center in Meadowview after substantial backlash from those in the south Sacramento neighborhood the mayor today revised his idea I am proposing a meadow view shelter be a women and children's only shelter the low barrier mayor Steinberg says he plans to make a motion on the idea tomorrow night's city council meeting the only woman on the council Angelique Ashby says she'll be voting now my first concern is that this site location is already known to the public and therefore could not be used to house victims of domestic violence S. B. as the low barrier shelter is not appropriate for children because it involves serving people who are currently using drugs and alcohol and could potentially be peta files medical provider Kaiser Permanente a would have to disclose more financial information about its hospitals under a bill that's now clear the California legislature the state Senate today giving its approval to a bill that would require Kaiser to disclose revenue and profits for each hospital individually the bill now heads to governor Gavin Newsom sac R. T. is now resuming service on the blue line after last Thursday's crash that injured twenty seven people thirteen of those were taken to a hospital but all were released the next day I'm Joe Michael's news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. now traffic and weather together having a thirty three I'm Bob Williams in the traffic center with a three car injury crash right now L. Berger road just east of north loop Boulevard one vehicle into a tree no lanes are blocked a lot of activity on the shoulder emergency crews responding highway forty nine Eldorado county a mile live south of a sand ridge road reports there of a traffic hazard with that looks like a vehicle blocking a lane they're not injury hit run in Garfield Avenue of Madison Avenue construction activity northbound five just north of Centerville road watch for reduce lanes and the north bound five Q. street offramp will be closed until eight AM for emergency repair work next traffic updated nine oh three traffic on the tense every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one KFBK mostly clear tonight low sixty three to sixty seven tomorrow mainly.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A better Sacramento and today, we're actually going to park. This was a pretty big day there today there's been so much talk about the new MLS stadium. That is hoped to be built around the rail yards. Which is another thing that's been worked on for years in terms of ideas for development, but Republicans see staff joined mayor Steinberg today in the ribbon cutting a new UC Davis health neighborhood street soccer park in oak park. Now, Ben Gump is the Republican president and COO. Founding has always been about helping to build a better community. And that's that's one for. All right. Like got to work for everybody. And the beautiful thing about soccer and athlete called the beautiful game. Is that it's played in every corner of the world, right? Rich poor suburban urban environments. But it's it's very much a world language, you talk about Sacramento and leaning into the best of Sacramento, and the diverse culture, we have here that is very clear on display in neighborhoods. Exactly like part, and the cool thing about this Mike is this park is the soccer field is going to be up until ten o'clock, and we lit till two. So those kids have nowhere to go at night. Hopefully, that's where they'll be learning. It really is. Yeah. Well, we'd love to hear from you too. If you've got some ideas about building better, Sacramento region-wide, actually and just dial pound two fifty on your smartphone. Say open mic and share your thoughts fan. I'm Mike Hagerty with kitty O'Neil and coming up on the KF afternoon news. We're going to go. Oh in depth.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Alex Helmick. There's no win here. There's no win here. That's heavier becera. California's attorney general in a lengthy press conference today. Bizarre announced his office would not criminally charged a to Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Steph on Clark, the twenty two year old unarmed black man was shot multiple times in March last year. Well, and he's grandmother's backyard. What officers said they thought was a gun turned out to be a cell phone. Of course, it was a tough call. These are all tough costs. It's never easy, but we have to do the job. That's put before us. That job includes a report from the attorney general's office that outlines the reasons why the shooting was justified he came just days after Sacramento's district. Attorney cleared the officers after the announcement the US department of Justice said it will now examine whether the shooting violated Clark's federal civil rights saver law. Professor Robert Weisberg. Joins us. And professor I want to get to the details of bazaars report. But first, what's your reaction to all this, especially the DOJ getting involved? I was somewhat surprised that the US attorney spoke out at this point. And so quickly after the DA's in the attorney general's decision, but they faded we'll have to do their own investigation and the bar for a federal criminal charges really really high. So I don't think we can predict that this is going to lead to a federal indictment in his review. Sarah said the evidence showed that Clark had committed several unlawful acts, which is why police were called in the first place. And he said Clark didn't follow officers commands, he advanced towards them. He assumed a shooting position in officers believed that they were in danger. There is video of this shooting is that what you see in the video do law enforcement officials just look at this differently. Well, they certainly read cues from suspects in a way. That other people may not because of their experience. The main thing to emphasize is that the standard that has to be met for a state case, and they'd be even more. So for federal cases, really really high. It has to be shown not only that in this case. Mr Clark, did not pose a threat of deadly force. He obviously didn't. But that it was so obvious that he didn't pose a threat of deadly force that it was completely irrational unreasonable will legal jargon would be cops to fear deadly force or violent force from him. And these are very hard cases to win. And there was a criminal prosecutions against the police the Sacramento police say it's still reviewing the officers actions could discipline them but being cleared by the county DA in the state AG must carry weight in that decision. Do you anticipate any department action here attorney general for Sarah already working with chief Han and mayor Steinberg has put out a series of recommendations for reforms within the training protocol for this the Sacramento police, and I think a clear eye towards getting them out around the state, more, generally? So I think it's quite possible that we're gonna see tightening up more training and so on and so on. But that's that's quite independent of any actual legal action against the officers. Do you think the Sarah's report and with what happened with the Sacramento county DA damages a civil case the Clark family has filed a twenty million dollar wrongful death suit, not necessarily? I don't think it would preclude that. And this could be a case that settles at a very large damage number Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you. I'm Alex Helmick. More on the Stefan Clark at our website. News dot org. I'm.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sakhno city council is now hearing public comment at this week's meeting the topic as you might guess relates to the Stefan Clark case in its aftermath case, Joe Michaels joins us live from city hall with more. Well, this moment vide-, they're not hitting any topic. They have gone into recess. We had a speaker who I am told is not from in Sacramento who has come from out of town, and apparently has been known to try and incite a crowd, and he has done that at this juncture, are you would not give up the microphone. We now. Have people chanting inside the council chambers? Police have been called the ready. They are now standing at the ready in the atrium as well on the inside. You can probably hear the chance and stuff on the city council has left the the place where they sit and they have gone into the back room mayor Steinberg saying he would try to reconvene the shortly. But that would only happen if this was brought back to order Joe. I'm seeing a number of. I'm seeing on Twitter that the mayor actually tried to get one of the one of the speakers. Maybe it was this fellow to watch his language that the guy had been dropping f bombs told the mayor to shut the up. Yes, he did do that. That is the person we are talking about just rush my arm. You went by us now outside of the council chambers and into the atrium with about three or four his friends police keeping a close eye on him. But as you're can hear here in the room. You can probably hear it behind the some folks are trying to agitate others trying to get them to calm down. And I am being asked by one of the officers to step out of the chamber and finish. This report about your or it's a little bit quieter, and you can hear that gentleman who was screaming now is just yelling at the police officers and being restrained by his friends and a few people are trying to move him toward the exit door. So at the moment singles have taken a bit of a hectic turn here at city hall, and the mayor hoping to give the rest of the people. About half of them have spoken at this juncture trying to give them their public comment. But it's simply came to a point where they had to stop. And they have now removed the agitator from the building. We'll see where this goes. Did you say that this person that you're referring to is the agitator was from out of town? He's not a Sacramento, and that is the word that I heard from a Representative of the city council one of their workers said that she recognized him. And I heard that in the media room. She was telling that to an out of town media report. Okay. Joe? Keep us up to date anytime you need to get back on live. Just let us know. And I'd like to have you come on with me at the seven o'clock news as well. Sounds good. We'll talk to you. Then if not before. All right. Thanks. All right. That's the case. Joe Michaels down there at the city council meeting, obviously very heated this evening, and it sounds like they're in something of a recess, but we'll continue to follow that. And Mike you're going to be with the Pat Walsh show today in the news. We're we're going to kind of just throw the formante out the window, and and the newscast will run as long as it needs to. And we'll keep you folks up to date on what's going on down there at city hall in anywhere in the city during the Pat Walsh show tonight. All right that brings our time to six thirty seven and we're getting our traffic troublespot from Dana Hess. And again, this is a hit run with injuries. It looks like on Fulton avenue at wit cop way and see HP ambulance responding and a lot of activity again Fulton at wit cop, complete traffic and weather together in three minutes. Plus, there's so many political jokes could be made. About why we see so many turkeys in Sacramento. Are you talking about the actual wild turkeys that are showing up neighborhoods where.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm alex. There's no way in here. There's no win here. That's heavier, but Sarah, California's attorney general in a lengthy press conference today. Bizarre announced his office would not criminally charged a to Sacramento police officers who shot and killed Steph on Clark, the twenty two year old unarmed black man was shot multiple times in March last year. Well, and he's grandmother's backyard. What officers said they thought was a gun turned out to be a cell phone. Of course, it was a tough call. These are all tough 'cause it's never easy, but we have to do the job. That's put before us. That job includes a report from the attorney general's office that outlines the reasons why the shooting was justified he came just days after Sacramento's district. Attorney cleared the officers after the announcement the US department of Justice said it will now examine whether the shooting violated Clark's federal civil rights Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg joins us in professor I want to get to the details of Besir report. But first, what's your reaction to all? This especially the DOJ getting involved. I was somewhat surprised that the US attorney uh spoke out at this point. And so quickly after the DA's in the attorney general's decision, but they will have to do their own investigation and the bar for a federal criminal charges really really high. So I don't think we can predict that this is going to lead to a federal indictment in his review. Sarah said the evidence showed that Clark had committed several unlawful acts, which is why police were called in the first place. And he said Clark didn't follow officers commands, he advanced towards them. He assumed a shooting position officers believed that they were in danger. There is video of this shooting is that what you see in the video do law enforcement officials just look at this differently. Well, they certainly read cues from suspects in a way that other people may not because of their experience the main thing to emphasize. Is is that the standard that has to be met for a state case, it'd be even more. So for federal cases, really really high. It has to be shown not only that in this case. Mr Clark, did not pose a threat of deadly force. He obviously didn't. But that it was so obvious that he didn't pose a threat of deadly force that it was completely irrational unreasonable. Legal jargon, would be cops to fear deadly force or violent force from him. And these are very hard cases to win. And there was a criminal prosecutions against the police the Sacramento police say it's still reviewing the officers actions and could discipline them. But being cleared by the county DA in the state AG must carry weight in that decision. Do you anticipate any department action here attorney general Sarah already working with chief Han and mayor Steinberg has put out a series of recommendations for reform within the training protocols for this out, the Sacramento police, and I think a clear eye towards getting them out around the state, more, generally? So I think it's quite possible that we're gonna see tightening up more training and so on and so on, but that's that's quite independent of any actual legal action against the officers. Do you think bazaars report and with what happened with the Sacramento county DA damages a civil case the Clark family? Has filed a twenty million dollar wrongful death suit, not necessarily? I don't think it would preclude that. And this could be a case that settles at a very large damage number Stanford law, professor Robert Weisberg. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you..

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And weather together. But first our top story this hour three days after district attorney Schubert announced her decision not charge. The officers involved in the shooting of Steph on Clarke today. The state's attorney general announced his finding attorney general heavier Sarah arrived at the same conclusion as local investigators are investigation has concluded that no criminal charges against the officers involved in the shooting can't be sustained at a press conference this morning, but Sarah said his team's independent investigation finds that based on video evidence Clark did not follow officers commands. They were pursuing a suspect who had broken the rear sliding glass door of the neighboring residents and who refused an officer's multiple commands to stop and show his hands. The announcement comes a day after eighty four. People were arrested, including members of the press who were covering a demonstration, and he Sacramento against the DA's findings mayor Steinberg is requesting an independent look into what occurred last night, John Brennan, Z NewsRadio K K and were just in the last hour that there will be a federal investigation into whether the March eighteenth two thousand eighteen shooting death of Stefan Clark deprive Clark of his civil rights. A statement from the us attorney says the examination will also were involve a review of the substance and results of the state and local investigations and any additional investigative steps if warranted in your online poll is about the civil case in the Steph Clark shooting said can check that out too online or on Twitter. It's four zero one and just ahead on the cave. Mckay afternoon. New mass arrests in the protests last night. There's a city council meeting tonight. What happens next? News Radio KK, traffic.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Weather looks pretty good for the day tomorrow. We will see a mixture of sun and clouds with highs in the low sixties, but still a nice day to do anything outdoors. There could be a little bit of rain before the sun comes up on Thursday. But the rest of the day Thursday will still be partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures in the upper fifties. But still a good day to do things. Outdoors clouds will increase during the day Friday, but by Friday night into the weekend. We're going to see some rain, I'm KCNA three meteorologist Mark finding on NewsRadio KFI PK sixty three in Carmichael sixty and Auburn sixty three in Sacramento. Los angeles. Mayor Eric has said he will not run for president in two thousand twenty the mayor put an end today to the speculation that he would stage a White House run Garcetti says he's proud to be L as leader. And he's cited to finish the job. He started. He mentioned that he's heartened to see the field of Democrats who have thrown their hats into the ring but offered no endorsements. Much anticipated report on use of force at the Sacramento. Police department came out today the review by the attorney general's office makes forty nine recommendations to help the reform efforts that are already underway. This review of use of force policies was separate from an ongoing investigation into the shooting of Stefan. Clark attorney general heavy Sarah says he knows that people are waiting on edge for that criminal investigation. We're gonna get there. I fully understand. They're still grief out there, and they're still consternation Esther. He even more reason why we got to get it. Right. The report makes recommendations on training data collection and community outreach. Mayor Steinberg praised police chief Daniel hunt for embracing the investigation he is earned my gratitude and deserves our communities gratitude for leaning in not walking away or being defensive part. Two of this review is expected in the coming weeks. As is the independent review of the.

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"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mayor steinberg" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Of this. Hundred teenagers met up at the mall to fight the chaos spring Sacramento officers into action. Liam McIntyre wasn't at the mall. But her friends were you watched the brawl breakout on her cell phone? I was on Instagram and all my friends posting videos and stuff one of my friends garden Afyon, I fall, I six people Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg now says those teenagers should be held accountable. You're not allowed to engage in behavior. That disrupts the lives of other people there were K. Now, I'm gonna play that again, that's key to me here. Darrell Steinberg now says those teenagers should be held accountable. You're not allowed to engage in behavior. That disrupts the lives of other people. They exactly now I want to make this point. I just want you to understand. I'm not here to have no agenda. I'm certainly not trying to bash mayor Steinberg, I know the mayor. And I know he wants what's best for the city. But when I hear them when I hear him say those words engage in behavior that disrupts the lives of other people. I want to say that those are the words I wish I would have heard more often a few months back when we were seeing the protests of the golden one center when we had people who went into the city council jumped onto the table. You know, what I'm talking about when we had people who were being virtually a costed. During these protests out of the golden one center. When really police weren't allowed to do a whole bunch out there. They weren't really allowed to do their job. There were people being harassed. I'm just wonder was it out of political correctness that we did not hear those words months ago. Any arrests but police issued a citation to one girl for having a taser. The mayor says the mall should consider implementing a new policy that anyone under eighteen must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at.

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