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"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Every neighborhood, so the counties with the lowest disparities or the least, differences are going to be able to move more quickly through the color. Cheers. Ventura County has moved into a less restrictive tear in the States color coded system to reopen the economy. When California started the tier system a little more than a month ago, there were 38 counties in purple, the most restrictive tear. Now there are less than 27 of California's 58 counties air in the least restrictive tear yellow. State watchdog group has started a campaign money laundering investigation into an Orange County supervisor. The Fair Political Practices Commission investigation into Supervisor Andrew Dough and the oath. The Republican Party is based on the complaint, which alleges dough contributed about $24,000 from a committee account to the party, which then donated about 22,000 back to those supervisor campaign. The complaints suggest the move illegally sidesteps county rules on campaign donations, State investigators say opening the investigation does not indicate the allegations are valid, though, and the OSI Republican Party have not responded to our request for comment in Orange County, Corbin Carson Ko Phi named John again, We'll have more on that after the news. The largest wildfire in state history has grown to more than one million acres. The fire in the Mendocino National Forest was sparked by lightning and mid August It's 54% contained is more than twice the size of the state's former largest wildfire, which was in 2018 Cal Fire's is 35 new wildfires have ignited around the state, and, fortunately, crews were able to extinguish them pretty quickly. Since the beginning of the year, 8300 wildfires have burned more than four million acres statewide One acre is equal to about 70%. Of a football field. Another example is the Golden Gate Bridge. The length of the bridge is about one acre Cal Fire's Daniel Berlin says more than 16,000. Firefighters are still working to put out 23 major wildfires. So far this year, more than 800. Homes and buildings have been destroyed. And 31 people have been killed Steve Gregory King If I knew, and a scientist, cuz l. A has won the Nobel Prize in physics for some heavy research, Andre gets wondered something. Is there a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy? It was a question she'd spent two decades trying to answer and network was recognized with a phone call in the middle of the night from Sweden. I was surprised I was fast asleep, So you know, the first thing is to recognize that the phone is ringing. At 2 A.m.. That's us, the faculty member to be named and Nobel laureate. She's only the fourth woman to win the physics prize. You know. Historically, there haven't been a lot of women in the field, she says. That's changing. Chris and Carl. Okay, fine news gas is sharing the Nobel with other scientists, one from Germany and one from Britain. We have a crash on the 405 in Torrance. This one is along the South bound side. It's coming up on Vermont. Watch out here that has the three left lanes blocked and big delays there. Backing up all the way from Rosecrans. Let's check out Ontario with Mike O'Brien KF Eye in the sky sponsored by injury. Attorneys. Superwoman super lawyer dot com hit a bit of a mass here, Angel. It's on the 10 eastbound just about haven in Ontario and a pretty great shoulder right now. They thought it was gonna be worse, but fortunately, lanes are clear, but still suffering pretty much out of up when they're back to about mountain. Now the 60 not much better sixties band some normal construction zone slowing From Ontario pretty much from mountain working away through vineyard there, and the 60 eastbound looks like another heavy drive through industry out to diamond bar in the 57 bird injured in that accident. She's a super woman super lawyer dot com Mike O'Brien, K F I and a sky high in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. It's getting cooler. That's next. Focusing on your health and your family's health has never been more important than right now. Hand sanitizer and wipes are flying off the shelf. But what about protecting the air You breathe from those airborne viruses like you wear has developed the affordable autumn Siri's five and one personal air purifying system to do just.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Price could vary depending on your health issue in company. Another factor is not available in all states. wall far complex burning in the rugged Mendocino National forest scorch more land than all of the recorded fires in California between 1932 in 1999, the August complex 45% contained in some 878,000 acres last week, Bird Now breaking one million acres, unprecedented California's history, this simply the largest active wildfire in the state's history. California remains largely warm and Dr Fierce winds that band infernos a week ago are gone cooling at the coast expected to expand into the interior. And the Pacific Storm system is remaining in the forecast for Northern California by next weekend, while fires in the state have incinerated 8700 structures and 31 people have died. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. New guidance from the CDC says the Corona virus could spread more than 6 ft through the air, especially in poorly ventilated in enclosed spaces. The CDC says that kind of spread is uncommon and current social distancing guidelines still makes sense. For months, The CDC has said the virus spreads mainly through small airborne droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. A new guidance adds, people can get the virus after an infected person leaves an area in poorly ventilated areas. Some experts have been critical of the updated guidance, saying the virus Khun spread more easily than what the CDC has been indicating, and wearing a mask is good, even outdoors. And even when people are more than 6, ft apart, I'm a Donahue in San Antonio, Prominent Texas megachurch pastor John Hagee diagnosed with covert 19, his son..
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thinking that it is not a problem. It's a serious problem. That's international pandemic, and we have 4% of the population of 20% of the deaths. Biden spoken an NBC News town hall. Trump took off his mask. When he got back to the White House yesterday. He did not discuss the enormous death toll from Cove. It In the US Vice president Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee and Senator Kamala Harris are in Utah. They're preparing for their vice presidential debate scheduled in Salt Lake City tomorrow night. There have been increasing questions about safety following President Trump's Corona virus diagnosis, the organizers of the vice presidential debate have agreed to install a plexiglass shield between the candidates for the event. Wild fires continue to burn in California. The August complex fire passed one million acres on Monday. It's a little more than have contained Eric Newman of Jefferson Public Radio reports. This is now the largest wildfire in California history. The August complex has burned across seven Northern California counties around the rugged Mendocino National Forest. On Monday, California governor gathered Newsom compared the acreage of the August complex to the top 20 largest fires in state history. Dating back to 1932. You can see it makes up Mohr. Then all of the fires that occurred between 1932 in 1999 crews are also battling the nearby SOG fire in Shasta County and the glass fire in the state's wine country,.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Walks away with the message thinking that it is not a problem. It's a serious problem. That's international pandemic, and we have 4% of the population of 20% of the deaths. Biden spoken, an NBC News town hall. Trump took off his mask. When he got back to the White House yesterday. He did not discuss the enormous death toll from Cove it in the U. S. Vice president Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee and Senator Kamala Harris are in Utah. They're preparing for their vice presidential debate scheduled in Salt Lake City tomorrow night. There have been increasing questions about safety following President Trump's Corona virus diagnosis, the organizers of the vice presidential debate have agreed to install a plexiglass shield between the candidates for the event. Wild fires continue to burn in California. The August complex fire passed one million acres on Monday. It's a little more than have contained Eric Newman of Jefferson Public Radio reports. This is now the largest wildfire in California history. The August complex has burned across seven Northern California counties around the rugged Mendocino National Forest. On Monday, California governor gathered Newsom compared the acreage of the August complex to the top 20 largest fires in state history. Dating back to 1932. You can see it makes up Mohr. Then all of the fires that occurred between 1932 in 1999 crews are also battling the nearby SOG fire in Shasta County and the glass fire in the state's wine country,.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on AP News
"Con at Northwestern University, calls the message unconscionable, warning that Trump's words could precipitate or worsen the virus spread more than 210,000 Americans have died of covert 19. New York governor Andrew Cuomo, shutting down some schools in Brooklyn and Queens because of cases spiraling upward, many in the Orthodox Jewish community where he says the social distancing rules are not being followed. You're only supposed to have 50 outdoors. They had. 1000. Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is touched off a firestorm, suggesting it's rare. The virus can spread among people more than 6 ft apart. Some experts say that the virus can spread more easily than what the CDC is suggesting. And says people should wear masks and say that people should wear masks even in prolonged outdoor gatherings when they're more than 6 FT Apart. The US Supreme Court opened its fall term today with a shock for the gay community. Justice Clarence Thomas suggested the court needs to revisit same sex marriage after creating a problem that only it can fix. Justice. Alito signed onto that statement as well in California. The August complex fire, which started in the Mendocino National Forest in August, has spread to over one million acres. Governor Gavin Newsom unprecedented California's history Stocks rally Today. This is AP News Police are not releasing information about a motive or possible suspect in the shooting death of actor Thomas Jefferson Bird. Police say Thomas Jefferson Bird was shot to death in Atlanta Police say they got a call early Saturday morning and found the 70 year old performer unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds. In the back, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Bird appeared in several Spike Lee joint among them Clockers, Chirac. Bamboozled and he got game on Instagram Lee morning Birds loss and express condolences to the family on Oscar Wells Gabriel, one of the largest coal fired power plants in New Mexico, would undergo a $1.4 billion overhaul. It's part of a plan to keep the plant operating for at least another decade while meeting strict environmental requirements seemed at reducing Green House gas emissions. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News President Trump Back at the White House, climbing stairs and saluting I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP News Minute After three nights at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, President Trump returned to the White House, walking up steps and pausing in front of waving flags to salute and give a thumbs up. Earlier on Twitter, he sent a message to others. Don't be afraid of it. You're gonna beat it. We have the best medical equipment. We have the best medicines. Some doctors are concerned The president isn't out of the woods yet even his own doctors at that if we can get through to Monday With him remaining the same or improving better yet then we will all take that final deep sigh relief. The Supreme Court has opened its new term with a jolt to conservative justices have raised new criticism of the court's embrace of same sex marriage and Senate Republicans are poised to vote on President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court. They're willing to make special arrangements for those who are sick to vote. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. President Trump is back at the White House tonight, supporters cheering as he left the Walter Reed Medical.
California August Complex wildfire surpasses 1 million acres - largest in the state's history
"California Governor Gavin Newsom says that the August wildfire complex burning in the rugged Mendocino National Forest has scorched more land that all of the recording fires in California between 1932 in 1999 August complex 45% contained in some 878,000 acres last week. Bird now breaking One million acres, unprecedented California's history this simply the largest active wildfire in the state's history of
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In immigration custody and didn't want him. Although that's up in the air, isn't it? It's still up in the air. And here's the other thing because you remember when this story broke. There was a nurse who had worked at the Irwin County Detention Center. Who came forward as a whistle blower and said that they were doing just bulk hysterectomies on women in that facility. Dozens and dozens and dozens and dozens. She didn't really pursue that claim. When she had an opportunity now through meticulous examination of medical records and interviews. There are four women who have gone on record saying that this gynecologist at this facility Did surgeries that they didn't really understand what he was doing and still don't really know for sure what happened, so it seems like there's a little bit of their there. But it's not the mass hysterectomy thing that the that the nurse originally reported. Yeah, It's a really strange one with her complaint. I think she had filed a lawsuit and didn't mention that at all. And the explosive story here is exactly that allegation, which he didn't make it That time. As Wayne just said. All right, let's go ahead and take a break and we'll come back and finish up handle on the news on this Monday morning, the 21st of September Jennifer Jones Lee Here's the latest on the wildfires burning in the West. Nearly 19,000 firefighters are working on the more than two dozen major wildfires. The state 26 people have been killed in more than 6100 buildings have been destroyed in this latest round of wildfires. Now the biggest wildfire in states history is the Mendocino National Forest Fire. It's grown to 836,000 Acres. Containment is up to 34%. Still, officials estimate.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And there it is. Bobcat Fire! That's the big one in Southern California 100,000 Acres Antelope Valley is being threatened certain communities out in four for Finland out there and, ah, that is so good to story later on. Why so many communities are burning this time around? And why the whole system? Ah, our success is really our failure here in California. And I will get into that a little bit later and then just some quick fire news among the other fires. Jennifer Usher, So you've got like You mentioned the fire in a zoo said That's 103,000 acres. 15% contained the fire that he has started with the gender reveal stunt in the UK Piper area that one's 22,000 acres. And it's actually containment has dropped on that one from 65% to 59% and the brush fire that started near Snow Creek. There's Snow Creek Village, I guess near Palm Springs that one's burned about 6000 acres, but they're getting a quick handle on that one. But air quality again. Maybe an issue today because we're expecting some breezes to start blowing the smoke around. How about Northern California? What's going on there? Eso. Let's see. That was that was crazy. Those were crazy numbers. They're starting to get a handle on Those from what I was just seeing. Let's see in the plume issue. Bo won Butte County one. That one is 293,000 acres, but they got containment from 54 to 64% over the weekend and the biggest wildfire in the state history. This is the one in Mendocino National Forest. It's 836,000 Acres. No one. Nothing has come close. Not even close. It's up to 34% containment. But check this out. Fire officials say they're not going to get to 100% containment. I've never seen this far of a stretch till November. 15th. November 15th and this is September. Wow. This is crazy. All right, You're going to have some vigils honoring and have already had vigils honoring the life of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg..
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Still growing. The August complex west of Chico in the Mendocino National Forest is now it's 796,000 acres and is about 30% contained. Despite its huge footprint, the blaze has only destroyed 18 structures, mostly in a rural landscape. Throughout the West, The fire's remained perilous, continuing to rage in many locations. Here's NBC's Steve Patterson here, firefighters say wind conditions have been favorable, which helps with the overall firefight. But it also means that the smoke has just been lingering over the L A basin, and it doesn't appear that that's going anywhere anytime soon. Experts have noticed, too, this week that some regions of the Pacific Northwest, including Seattle and Portland as well, a San Francisco have been dealing with the worst air pollution on the planet. But the good news is This morning, Christina. Our air seems to be much, much better. That is good. OK, now, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 Election Day. Now less than two months away, FBI director Christopher Wray is testifying on Capitol Hill. Briefing lawmakers on security both at home and abroad. Ray says interference by China, Iran and Russia in the upcoming general election is an ongoing threat. Americans must have confidence in our voting system. And our election infrastructure. That's why the security of our elections is and will continue to be one of our highest priorities. We will not tolerate foreign interference in our elections. President Trump in the White House pushing back on the Corona virus vaccine timeline detailed by CDC health officials yesterday on Capitol Hill. CDC Director Robert Redfield, while under oath yesterday testified most Americans would not receive a vaccine until later next year. President Trump claiming Redfield must have been confused and Computed Redfield's testimony that led to some back and forth Sally still swirling the in the South now opposed Tropical depression. Michelle Franzen. ABC NEWS a new public health crisis declared in Napa. It is news from your neighborhood in three minutes. California wildfire watch fire completely engulfed everything. Stay safe and stay informed. Clarity. Statewide emotions, you're minutes away from a fresh update very fast Moving fire. Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk Quality. How does most celebrate 20 years a roll in the best burritos with a burrito, of course, but not just any burrito. Most biggest one yet the grand home wrecker. It's like they're classic home wrecker, but double the size double the fresh ingredients and double the fun..
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"Once from the trade in well Studio your local fiduciary creating wealth dot com This is knsd Am 7 90 on my heart radio station. Historic floods. I'm Lisa Let Sarah Fox News. That's the concern in the Gulf as Louisiana governor John Bell. Edwards says his state is preparing for whatever Hurricane Sally bring. Alabama and Mississippi appeared to be where Sally will hit land. Louisiana's coast will feel effects, but Governor Edwards says it will likely be limited to flooding in low lying areas. In extreme southeast Louisiana because of storm surge that said, the governor says they're focuses shifted, he's told governors Kay Ivey of Alabama hand Tate Reeves of Mississippi that we stand ready to assist. In fact, FEMA search and rescue teams deployed to Louisiana recently for Hurricane Laura are already heading to Alabama ahead of Sally's landfall. Good All Scott Fox News National Hurricane Center. Expect Sally to remain a category one hurricane with top sustained winds of 80 MPH when it makes landfall late tonight or early tomorrow morning. Several states in the West dealing with massive wildfires in California. The August complex fire is now the largest in state history. According to state officials. There were 37 lightning strikes last month, and all those fires merged into this fire in the Mendocino National Forest. Ah White House signing this morning of a peace deal between Israel and two Arab nations. The U. A E in ball rain. A deal's put together by the Trump administration's could really lead to peace. Real peace in the Middle East For the first time. We've taken a very different path. You could say it's a backdoor, but I call it a smart.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For being out of breath because I was walking down Fifth Avenue. Which is close to our studios, and I heard a jet perhaps a 7 37 or a small Airbus flying low, unusually low over Fifth Avenue. Making a right I'm not going to say I don't know I don't have any reports on what type of plane hit the World Trade Center. But people looked up and it made a right toward the toward the building. No, that that was, Of course, the confirmation that this was not an accident. This wass America under attack. And you Didn't know about it before that came home pretty rapidly. News 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A. M and you're I Heart radio app from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Byrne, Isaiah to 30 with your top stories. Wildfires News 93.1 KFBK continuing coverage. California's 2020 fire season has seen six of the top large 26 of the top 20 largest wildfires in state history occur with the current August complex being added to the top of the list more than 490,000 acres in the Mendocino National Forest burned in the August complex, which is 25% contained outside of Fresno. The creek fires now 6% contained after forcing at least 45,000 evacuations. Seven more bodies have been found in the devastation of the North complex West zone, bringing the fire's death told a 10 Cal fire Shane Lauderdale says wild wind shifts Challenge cruise by pushing the flames into multiple directions. This is a fire that is impossible Tio fight directly and as it moved through those communities You made a run like we have described its historic 16 people are still listed as missing as a result of what was formerly known as the Bear Fire. Thousands of buildings have been either destroyed or damaged.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"People are still listed as missing. Cal Fire's Operations section chief says the fire made a historic run through crowns of timber. This is a fire that is impossible Tio fight directly and as it moved through those communities and made a run like we have described its historic And therefore many of the structures that were impacted. We've got the numbers of how many are estimated to be damaged, were destroyed in the path of the fire so you could look at the fire perimeter. And be sure that there was damage in those areas. We have not assessed exactly where it is or exactly where those homes are, but we'll continue to do that. I heart media's Mike Baka says Wednesday's wild weather shifts are the reason the North complex West zone has grown to more than 70,000 acres. It's very dangerous to compare things to the campfire. But Chief Daddy yesterday said I never thought in my lifetime, I was something that would be similar in scope and how it moved. And that's what they were telling me yesterday and they have been helped out by the weather. Today. They're very happy with what happened with the weather, lower temperatures and certainly helped. The winds are not gusting, but The unpredictability of it initially late Tuesday afternoon into the wee hours Wednesday morning, that's what really had them on edge. 2000 buildings are already confirmed. Damaged or destroyed. More than 4200 Maurin. Danger damage assessments officially begin tomorrow. Also, we want to know the historical significance of the wildfires burning on the Mendocino National Forest. Initially 37 separate fires. They've been combined into what's being called the August complex, and it has grown to more than gosh 736 square miles for 171,000 acres to become the largest wildfire in California state history. And that is just one of the incidents. Firefighters are battling this afternoon, Kitty that we might leave you with some good news while he comes from the willow fire, where there was ah, little good news for at least one pet owner in the area. Willow's folks need to find him when it's least what they firefighters have named him in one of those homes. Cat had escaped the residents and was in a tree and so our fire captain Tiffany Tracy heard the cat initially, but couldn't see him. There was a lot of smoke and fire as you can imagine. And so as she was going through the evacuation process, she ended up finding the cat and was able to get the cat out of the tree. Veterinarians of since examined the tabby some burns to the pads of his feet, a little dehydration, but no microchip. The cat Kitty does have some white coloring, mainly gray and black stripes. If you've lost a cat in that area, Cal Fire crews have rescued one and they're trying to locate the owner. Maura kfbk dot com. Alright, Joe. Thank you. Let's find out what's coming up tomorrow on the Cape came morning news with Christina, Madonna and Sam. Shame, Kitty. Tomorrow morning. We have a really life Willy Wonka Story, Yeah. Legendary local candy company giving away a golden ticket. And coming up the handoff from the KPK Afternoon..
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KGO 810
"Doesn't opening a favorable weather will not go to waste today, he told KGO is pat thirst and what we can do to help Porting organizations like the Red Cross who support the victims that are evacuated or who have their homes lost. But here is the real way. We need people's help. 95% of all the wild fires we respond to are caused by the activity of people. That means almost every single fire is preventable. And so the way the public can help us is be cautious outdoors. Be careful outdoors. Anything and everything that you could do to prevent sparking a fire that helps us a wildfire burning since last month, and the Mendocino National Forest sparked by thunder and lightning, is now the state's largest on record. Cal Fire says the August complexes scorched more than 736 Square miles. The San Francisco Giants cutting ties with longtime fan favorite Pablo Sandoval. The panda was designated for his assignment after the team signed first basement Justin Smoak. And of all played 11 seasons for the Giants. He was a three time World Series champion. It was named most valuable player in the 2012 world Serious ready for some football. Advertisers certainly are, and they have some unusual ways for fans to get involved tens, Mark Nieto explains. This may have slipped past you, but the NFL season returns tonight. When the Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans, it will be a strange start for sure. With limited fans in the stands and players wearing full face shields. Advertisers will also be more creative in their messaging. Pepsi is given away outdoor projectors and cornhole sets with their tailgate in a box promotion. But light Seltzer will have a Showtime cam to celebrate with people at home and free delay.
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"Harris holding a roundtable in Miami, Michelle Franzen, ABC news Afternoon tea on the path Thurston program. I'm Kim McAllister. The KGO news time is 12 31. At least three people were killed in the flames near Chico there, fire exploding in size whilst lesser says he was told to leave his home in the aura builds what held Just before the flames arrived. A couple cars came up with your blue lights and their sirens, and they just said everybody out. So my neighbors left before I did, And I just did the things you do before fire Hiss get stuff out of the way, and I just got my car. Search and rescue teams are working in neighborhoods that burned Tuesday night and Wednesday morning to find victims of these devastating wildfires. More from ABC is Alex Stone. It's really an incomplete picture right now, because efforts to find human remains are only just beginning. We know at least three people are dead in Butte County, California, one in Siskiyou County, and in Oregon three or dead from wildfires one in Washington state. There are more people who were unaccounted for right now. So unfortunately, those numbers may very well go up Wildfire burning since last month, and the Mendocino National Forest is now the state's largest on record. Cal Fire says the August complex has burned more than 736 Square miles. It originated as 37 separate fire sparked by thousands of lightning strikes. This report is sponsored by first five California Stressful.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KGO 810
"Report sponsored by Harris is restaurant. The Butcher Shop in Harris's Restaurant is open Wednesday to Sunday. 5 to 8 P.m. also now serving cooked meals to go up the same time. Harris is restaurant visit them at 2100 Venice Avenue. In San Francisco, the smoky skies in the Bay Area coming from the Mendocino National Forest fire being blown away from us, But the sky has a yellow tinge to it. You might not smell the strong smoke as winds are above 1000 ft, keeping that smoke suspended, not allowing it to reach the ground. It's also why the sun has an orange tinge. Helicopter careers have rescued hundreds of people from the creek fire burning in Fresno and Madeira counties. Fire broke out Friday night. CAL FIRE Daniel Berlin says it grew fast. Just an explosive rate a spread on this fire mainly due to the fact that a lot of this area there are just tinder dry conditions with bark beetle kill trees, these air trees that died From the drought and through bark beetles and now are obviously fueling the spread of this. Fire. Officials say. The wildfire has burned 143,000 acres, and this caused heavy structural damage. The cause is still under investigation. It is one of 23 major wildfires burning in California now. An Olympic gold medal volleyball star from the South Bay is facing a backlash on social media for taking a stand against wearing masks during the pandemic. Kerri Walsh Jennings posted on Instagram that she went grocery shopping without a mask. She called it a little exercise and being brave. Jennings says she wanted to stand up for her rights and freedoms without being reckless or putting others in danger. One follower posted our responded to our post by calling Jennings incredibly selfish and ignorant. She later posted that to those she's upset. She is deeply sorry. We'll take a look at traffic around the Bay Area. Heather looking at nastiness on the Nimitz, she says. Fremont crash from the Children out about a traffic desk. This is North 80, North Dakota and the three left lanes are blocked. The traffic is paralyzed from before Thornton Avenue for San Jose. Another accident blocking the lane South 11 before 80 strategist similarly backed up. Very badly to the Guadalupe Parkway so far and out on the peninsula eastbound 80 for east of La Honda. There's a truck fire. It's a large toe truck with two cars on its flatbed. If you are trying to get up thes Shore Freeway that's still pretty awful, but it's gotten a lot better. The worst part of it is backed up through the Berkeley curve, but it'll stay slow. And stretches up to San Pablo Avenue, getting out of San Francisco that slow from Cesar Chavez to the Bay Bridge. Ugo 10. Weather forecast We are under a red flag fire warning it stretches from currently now until eight o'clock tomorrow morning.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KOMO
"30,000 signatures, they claim they can safely practice and play their sports with limits on Spectators. Was Kennedy High School quarterback Sam Huer. You look across the country and seemed 30 for other states, making it work. This fallen when we have lower numbers than a lot of those from a lot of those steaks, and so we really feel there's no reason why we shouldn't be playing right now. Translate was not in the office during the rally, more than 57,000 acres of land in Yakima County have burned now this week in the Evans Canyon north of Notches. That blaze has forced the evacuation of more than 900 families and five homes have been destroyed. Esther Whales property was spared well, it was getting close. When a starter, they said, five miles from me. That was close enough. Firefighters are asking people to avoid the area because they have hundreds of personnel and heavy equipment arriving and clogged roads only slow down their response. There are more than 700 firefighters on the scene. The blazes only 10% contained the effort to control a massive wildfire in Northern California. Includes about 200 soldiers from joint base, Lewis McChord. They're led by Lieutenant Colonel Jim Wade. We're going to help them. Hold the line. Try to prevent the fire from spreading any further and doing a little bit of what they call mop of detail, which is going through some areas that have already been birds, ensuring there are any hot spots, making sure there aren't any numbers that could potentially spark back up. He spoke to us from the Mendocino National Forest. Colonel, Wait says they've trained for the mission and are following Cove in 19 protocols on the fire lines. Fire burned through the roof of a Seattle apartment building this morning. It happened in the Pinehurst neighborhood near 15,000, North east and northeast. 1/20. No one was hurt. Still unclear how that fire started. Family and friends of a missing Pierce County woman continue their search. Cassandra Cantrell, who was three months pregnant, disappeared August 25th after leaving her home in Parkland. Cantrell's sister organized a search party yesterday at Lincoln Park into coma. They also went door to door asking people if they saw anything or have any security video. Edmunds native Ken Jennings is taking on a bigger role in the next season of Jesper. 74 time champion is Joining the show was a consulting producer presents, um, video categories as well. A service a general ambassador for the show, Alex.
Dallas - Cresson Volunteer Firefighter Dies Helping With Wildfires Out West
"One firefighter was killed and another injured yesterday. Battling a wildfire in the Mendocino National Forest. The U. S Forest Service has released a little information about the incident. The firefighter who died was from a volunteer fire department in Texas, the Crescent Fire Department southwest of Fort Worth. Announced on its Facebook page that the unidentified woman who lost her life had recently updated her Facebook profile to show the terrain where she was
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Make sure that there's calm in the community and that is what we were hoping to maintain. Audio courtesy of CNN. The battle over who can keep Americans safe emerging as a dividing line on the presidential campaign In the final weeks here, Democrat Joe Biden condemning violence Monday, blaming the president well. Isn't Trump defended a supporter accused of fatally shooting two men and says it's Biden, who would not keep Americans safe by noting that the president is using footage of the current situation to say that Americans would not be safe under his presidency. Now new this morning, a firefighter has been killed, another injured they were battling a wildfire in northern California forest. The Forest Service says it happened Monday in the Mendocino National Forest That's north of San Francisco. A wildfire there started on August 17th at last report. 20% contained began as 37 separate fires, but many of either Merged or been contained California blazes if now claimed at least eight lives. Many of those fires still burning, the two largest east and north of San Francisco Bay are each about 65% surrounded. Iran's supreme leader calling on the United Arab Emirates recognition of Israel treason that won't last long out of the comments, coming just as a joint U. S Israeli delegation wrapped up a trip to Abu Dhabi on the first Israeli commercial air flight between the nations. President Trump's son in law, Jared Kushner was on the ceremonial flight. Boarding flight First Commercial Flight three country This is a flight way hope that this will start and even more to our journey. For the Middle East and beyond. Iran's supreme leader said treachery was committed against the entire Islamic world and Palestinians more breaking news on the way on this Tuesday morning. It is the first day.
"mendocino national forest" Discussed on KOMO
"You by all state. If you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance. Save money with paper mile insurance from Allstate, Call a local Allstate agent and get a quote your next coming traffic at 12 44. Now the forecasters Kristen Clark like rain We saw this morning just might be the last bit of right that we see for the foreseeable future. Pretty much as high pressure is going to be regaining strength over the Northeast Pacific Ocean. And that blocks any rainstorms from entering into the Pacific Northwest like it grazed by a passing shower, especially in the northern Cascades on Wednesday, But the interior lowlands and Puget Sound could stay dry well into next week even and that includes the Labor Day weekend ahead, expect sunshine and highs in the low eighties. And even a few nineties for the Southwest. Interior meteorologist Kristen Clark in the Coma Weather Center head east to the mountains right now, and Moses Lake it 79 78 in Richland. Here in Seattle. It's 62 at 12 36 200 soldiers from joint base, Lewis McChord will join the fight against fires in Northern California. It got fitted for their personal protective equipment yesterday. Then they started their training. They'll be assigned to the 221,000 Acre August complex of fires, which broke out two weeks ago in the Mendocino National Forest. Local relief workers have just returned from the Gulf Coast after helping survivors of Hurricane Laura in Louisiana to be Ah Friedman was in Baton Rouge as a storm made landfall near Lake Charles. There was a couple moments that you know we're kind of staring at the roof. Open two stayed on. The crew helped a lot of elderly people who had stayed behind as the hurricane hit. Friedman says. The area is covered in broken glass and toppled trees. So far, 18 deaths in Texas and Louisiana have been attributed to the storm. The search continues for a missing pregnant woman from Pierce County. No one has seen or heard from 33 year old Cassandra Cantrell since last Tuesday. Her car was found Friday night along 25th Street East into commandeer the eye 705 overpass. Family and friends.
New York sues OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over opioids
"New York is joining the list of states taking legal action against the pharmaceutical companies. Over the country's, opioid epidemic the state sued Purdue pharma today accusing the, Connecticut-based pharmaceutical company of. Misleading doctors and patients, about the risk of its opioid products governor Cuomo says drug. Companies and distributors made hundreds of millions of dollars pumping opioids into communities according to state numbers there are more than three thousand opioid. Deaths in New York in. Two, thousand sixteen Purdue pharma denies the allegations and says it wants to work toward solutions involving in solving the current drug
Four people still missing in Northern California wildfire, 19K evacuated
"County complex fire now at eight hundred thousand acres burned almost, twenty thousand people have been evacuated as of last night the ranch fire was. Ten percent contained the river fire Rose from. Five to twelve percent contained. Seven homes three outbuildings have been destroyed roughly, twelve thousand structures are still threatened, and about nineteen thousand people have been evacuated no new evacuations have been issued since last night, caused the. Fire is still under investigation Cal fire's reporting on new fire named the eel fires burning east of the city of Kobe low and Mendocino county the blaze began late yesterday afternoon near, Mendocino national forest it's burned, about. Nine hundred acres it's threatening ten structures, and a campground evacuation orders being issued for the surrounding area know structures have. Been damaged no injuries. Have been. Reported the. Cause of that fire remains under investigation and the car fire burning. In Shasta County Antrim counties now at nearly one hundred thirteen thousand acres containment. Up to thirty percent again we'll get some new numbers after, seven o'clock this morning six confirmed dead local law and Forcement said yesterday four people still listed as missing that wildfire is now destroyed. Nine hundred sixty five homes damaged nearly two hundred others, and continues to threaten over twenty five, hundred structures the blaze. That broke out on July twenty, third now being called. The sixth most destructive fire in. California history meanwhile smoke from the Mendocino complex fires causing unsafe levels of air pollution. In Lake County the Lake. County air quality management district. Issued yesterday a health advisory as a result of particular levels ranging from unhealthy to hazardous residents urged. To stay inside limit physical activity here in the bay area it's not. A, problem that is predictable summer weather patterns were strong call. Read this coming off the.
President Trump, NPR and President discussed on The Takeaway
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh a. Jury has been seated in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort the panel consists of six men and six women, and opening statements are scheduled this hour NPR's Windsor Johnston reports Manafort is facing more than a dozen counts, of Bank and, tax fraud charges Manafort is accused of laundering tens of millions of dollars. From work on behalf of pro Russian Ukrainian politicians Victoria the study of the Brennan. Center for Justice says the case offers the first public test of special, counsel Robert Muller's investigative, reach, if you can gather this sort of documentation of financial shenanigans on Manafort than. Just imagine the sort, of data and documentation and evidence he's going to be able to gather on President Trump thirty five witnesses are scheduled to. Testify including manafort's longtime business partner Rick gates who Struck a plea deal with prosecutors Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington the president is taking shots at the billionaire conservative coke brothers today Trump. Tweeted quote the. Globalist coke brothers who have become a total joke in. Real Republican circles are, against strong borders and powerful trade he goes on to say I never sought their support because I don't need. Their money or bad ideas they love my tax and regulation cuts judicial picks and more. End quote NPR's Domenico Montanaro says the president's weak comes after the coke brothers network place an, ad criticizing. Trump's, new sheriff's some this split is remarkable I mean let's remember that the cook brothers network has pledged to, spend four hundred million. Dollars on these elections in really key races all across the country now the president says he doesn't need them but his party certainly, does and it really represents how Trump sees his own brand and his survival as separate from the party, NPR's Domenico Montanaro, we should know At. Coke industries the multinational company controlled by the, brothers is, among NPR's, financial. Supporters Turkish media are reporting that a court, in Ishmael has rejected, an appeal, for, the release of US pastor Andrew Brunson NPR's Peter Kenyon. Reports Trump administration has been demanding Brenton's release sentenced Turkish lawyer. Filed the appeal Monday asking, the court to lift the ban on Brenton leaving the country Turkish state media. Report the court denied the appeal after. Being arrested in December two thousand, sixteen Brunson was kept in prison for the better part of two years before being transferred to house arrest this. Month President Trump and other. Officials said, that wasn't enough and demanded Brenton's immediate release Brenton denies the terrorism related charges he's facing which carry a possible thirty five year prison term Trump. Is threaten Turkey with sanctions if Brunson isn't, released and returned to the. US Peter Kenyon NPR news stumbled the Dow is up one hundred twenty nine points at twenty five thousand four thirty six this is NPR from news I'm Tiffany Cam high Lake County authorities say they've arrested half a dozen people in the. Last two, days for crimes committed inside the evacuation zones of. Neighborhoods where residents. Have fled from wildfires the sheriff's office announced this morning that deputies have arrested six people on charges ranging from being in. An authorized unauthorized zone and an evacuation area to prowling. And possession of burglary tools the arrests took place in neighborhoods that became vacant because they were threatened by flames from what's been. Dubbed the Mendocino complex that's the name for two wildfires that burned some seventy five thousand acres and destroyed ten. Structures some, firefighters are battling these blazes even as they themselves faced displacement cake you idiot khloe. Veldman has more the wildfires burning in Mendocino and lake counties have already claimed tens of thousands of acres of forest Tricia Austin is a fire prevention specialists working for. Cal fire Is Mendocino, unit, like a. Few, of her colleagues she's being both professionally. And personally affected by the flames Austin. And her family had to evacuate their home in lake port near the Mendocino national forest over the weekend she arranged for her nephew to take her. Eighty six year old mother to Roseville and her pets, to Sacramento with a, friend once my family was removed from the situation then I was able to focus on my job and. I didn't have to worry Austin says if a house does Ben at least family will be safe I'm khloe Veldman k.. Cutie news.