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"mike baca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"mike baca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good evening. I'm John Michaels callous. So is asking the U. S Department of Energy to issue an emergency order to preserve the reliability of California's electric grid. Erin Fry of the Roosevelt Electric Utility says to mobile generating units are located in the Plaster County city. The purpose of these units was to respond to heat related emergencies in states not only that were forecasted in the months, but in the years ahead. The emergency order would allow six gas power plants to operate at their maximum output for 60 days to help callous, so meet the Demand for power during times of extreme stress on the grid. The six gas power plants will be able to produce a total of 200 megawatts of additional power. Other electricity generating resources include facilities in Yuba City and Long Beach. And iconic Walnut Grove restaurant is no longer standing after a devastating fire Thursday, the Walnut Grove Fire District reporting the fire at juices place completely destroyed the restaurant that's been around for more than 100 years. Giusti is has been featured on the food network's diners drive ins and dives and was the oldest bar and restaurant in the California Delta. The cause of the fire is still under investigation. Pacheco, City councilman says the city is flying blindly and trying to accommodate its ever growing homeless population. KFBK is Mike Baca has details. Councilman Shaun Morgan says the city could come up with some answers to their homeless problem that meets federal law. But he says federal Judge Morris in England Won't give them the direction they need, The judge said. You guys come together or all make the decision. But so far he's been unwilling to do that. He doesn't give us any information. He hasn't said. Oh, that's close, He says. The city is being held hostage by homeless advocates and the federal courts are allowing it to happen. You have to have a holiday and you have to were built one if he said. You just need the World War Two shelter with 500 beds in it would build that He won't say that that's not terribly helpful. Morgan expects cases involving What cities must do to provide for their homeless populations. To eventually end up in the Supreme Court. Mike Baca News 93.1 kfbk Our next update in 30 minutes. I'm Joe Michaels News 93.1 kfbk. Now. Sacramento traffic.

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"mike baca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"mike baca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coverage Vice President Kamala Harris is in the Bay Area today urging Californians to vote No on the upcoming recall. Election. KFBK snicker McGaha says the story. It's good to be home. Harris is paying a visit to her home state to support Newsome ahead of the recall election. Describing it as a Republican effort to roll back progressive policies. This recall campaign is about California and it's about a whole lot more. They're thinking that if they can get this done in California, they can go around the country and do this. The VP says. Newsome understands California's values We want in our leaders, someone like Gavin Newsom, who always speaks the truth on behalf of all the people in a way that is about uplifting, that isn't about Helping to understand the plight of working people. Election Day is next Tuesday. Nika McGahee's news 93.1 KFBK President Joe Biden is expected to campaign for Newsome early next week in California. KFBK California Wildfire Watch Cruz now have the pesky Keldorf fire 50% contained The blaze continues to burn more than 217,000 acres in El Dorado County. It continued to be active throughout the night with mental growth along the North east and southern edges of the blaze. Poor overnight humidity, recovery and warm temperatures, allowing interior islands to burn and smolder. Firefighters are working diligently to mitigate spot fires sent today will continue to work along highway 52 clear hazard trees to support safe repopulation damage inspections are in progress about 95% of structures have been assessed. Nearly 1000 have been destroyed. 80 more damaged. Crews have increased containment on the Dixie fired a 59% as of this afternoon, but that blaze has grown to more than 922,000 acres gave the case Mike Baca tells US hotshot crews are now looking to solidify fire line along the highway 3 95 corridor, The crews will be hiking in steep and rugged terrain that dozers could not get to Jeff Surber is an operation section fire chief with Cal fire and says the three hotshot crews will be climbing hills to cover an area that is about three quarters of a mile long and they'll be walking up that line cutting mahogany, cutting the fuels out forming a line in there, he says. The 3 95 corridor has been a line they're looking to defend to prevent spread. And after two days of retardant drops. Now it's time for hand crews and the hotshot crews going to go in and do the tough work on the ground of removing fuel and foreman an actual hand line in there where it'll stop that spread of fire. Mike Baca News 93.1 Calf BK A fire Weather watch being issued for most of Northern California from five o'clock tomorrow evening through 11 P.m. Friday. It's 406 on the KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Thanks, Joe 2021 could go into the record books for the high number of new home sales in the Sacramento region. As it stands now, more homes have been sold this year since 2015. Why the big increase scape case. Andy Asher has that part of the story Like everyone else home builders are trying to make sense of the last 18 months. We realized with the pandemic just how important Home is that is Building Industry Association president and CEO Michael Stretch talking about how the pandemic has impacted life in the home as a place where we work and educate our kids, and it's also an area that has a very you know, high level of safety associated with it, But he believes that when everything is finally talented up the reason for the near record pace of new home sales As a matter of supply and demand. Andy Asher News 93.1 kfbk Alright for a seven at 4 11. We will talk about your poll question today and see if you have any comments on it As we approach the 20th anniversary of 9 11, a new ABC News Washington Post poll finds Just not 49%. Less than half of Americans see the U. S as safer from terrorism than it was before the attacks. So with all the precautions in place, how we've changed everything Do you think the U s is safer than it was 20 years ago? Yes. No, about the same. Not sure. Pound 2 50 on your smartphone keyword Open mic. If you'd like to participate in leaving a comment as we move ahead on that Alright Right now, though, we are going to get you up speed on your top national stories Here on news.

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"mike baca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mike baca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Door fire is now the number one priority in the nation Number one Should more reinforcements be needed. This is a level five emergency. There is no higher Cal Fire director Tom Porter. It is knocking on the door to the Lake Tahoe Basin. We have all efforts in place to keep it out of the basin. But we do need to also be aware that that is a possibility. Based on the way the fires have been burning like elder fire has burned 107,000 acres. It is that is 162 Square. Miles, almost the size of San Jose, and for the first time ever, helicopters capable of flying at night spent hours dropping water and retardant in the direction of like Tahoe. This is Cal Fire's Tim Ernst. We're putting in a lot of contingency lines and dozer lines, and last night we ran along firing operation. It takes some of the fuel away from the fire. But the fire continues to challenge us. 400 homes have been destroyed, more than 17,000 still threatened. Oh yes, director Mark Gillard UCI with more words of warning for residents he's fired. Are still burning in many parts of the state. If you were told to evacuate, evacuate material items can be replaced, but you're like cannot cow fires, Tom Porter told the public during this news briefing. He doesn't believe the flames are going to make it to the Tahoe Basin. But he admits, history has been cruel. The weather has outstripped and mother nature has taken over and taken fires like the Dixie to places that I never thought was possible, and Porter is quick to note. We're only halfway through the peak fire season, but with weather conditions improving in the West, more fresh firefighter Are on the way. 25,000 people have been evacuated in El Dorado County alone, Cal fire holding another online community meeting tonight, Kitty like the one last night for people affected by the Kaldor fire. All right, John Albertini there at the KPK Wildfire desk. Thank you. Also the Caldera fire does continue to threaten the KFBK FM transmitter again that provides a signal for you to listen on our F M band, which is 93.1 fires now, just a little over a mile away from the transmitter. If for now, the transmitters Okay so you can continue. You hear Kfbk on 93.1 FM, But it's very close The fire a reminder, though Kfbk can also be heard at 15 30 A M and available on your smartphone or smart speaker through the I heart radio app. More news now with KPK is, Joe Michael said of the Dixie Fire, meanwhile, has grown to more than 725,000 acres that equates to 1100. 1134 square miles, Wow cooler weather and an increase in humidity, Though slowing, the rate of spread and a much quieter weather pattern is shaping up for most of the week that has Cal fire crews. They're making progress against some sections of the fire, but it's kfbk is Mike Barker tells us a tough fight remains in other remote areas. Cruz making progress over the weekend in the Janesville area. Chad Cook with Cal Fire says they're well staffed containment lines held. We have held all the control lines that come from Antelope Lake down into Janesville proper in just south of the town, Cook says they will be keeping the Janesville area well staffed, but their primary focus now is in the Genesee Valley and Taylorsville Fire is now down to the road system or down to our control lines that go behind the homes. Will continue to see a presence of firefighters patrolling this area in and around the structures so we don't have any future losses in here, he says. There are spot fires that have jumped lines and hard to reach areas, Cook says they're trying with all their resources to guide these spots away from homes. Mike Baca News 93.1 KFBK Governor Gavin Newsom, now requesting a presidential major disaster declaration to assist in the response to California's historic wildfires. The request is specific to several existing fires, including the Dixie Fire, which is now the second largest blaze ever in California.

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"mike baca" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"mike baca" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"I was on a long time especially the endemic but a i'm happy about that Can fill with mike. Baca from the May sales outlets It's film look he's gotta live. It's great i'm excited by Difficult failed totally you know again. It's it's it's it's about uncomfortable subjects executive amid reverend for doing it. You know it's great you know remember That's awesome man hunting. That that's like really really promising. That's awesome so kane. I i mean honestly entourage and hid myself. Put you on the map. I mean not just to me. I guess for man. So yeah everyone anyone listening to this as well I i can pretty much guarantee eight. Abou- be checking those out so that's awesome So one last question and this is like the closer. It isn't a fun one. well okay. Everyone yuna sunday afternoon right. I mean sunday afternoon. Just just for your wrecking your family's out. Whatever i get an automatic you've found yourself learn brought brnovich it's a streaming service. It's flying every comomittee. Alpacas called me not double feature. What two movies do you put on back to back back to back all flavored blues for this. Oh nice yeah. that's cool. Yeah they might choose favorite films by late. If one zero of visuals explained says later is still the best. Look at every. Single frame is a winner and then the blues but surely on the funniest films ever. Yeah that'd be double feature goddamn. That's a strong pick a question. A bunch of times to people and You know i. I have had strong Answers that's up there with someone else answering Jaws and drastic puck Yeah that's awesome the look man. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you so much for granted. Do this in between shirts. I know you're busy likewise man this is i. Did you have an open invitation to come onto this anytime like you know if you ever wanna just wanna riff about movies if you wanna talk about blues brothers you wanna talk a bladerunner. I mean i'm always in my name is also collins and it's going to be very awesome deny man. I'm really looking forward to There's projects have coming out as well And weta you dare go back to handmaid's if you I'm looking forward to it Oh whatever other. Tv decide to work were this.

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"mike baca" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"mike baca" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Yes. Oh, Oh! Oh! Nice. Oh, uh, True Yankee. She got to pose with the umpires. When the lineup cards were brought out after the third inning, the Yankees played a video that included the letters from the one that she wrote back in 1961, the one that Roy Hemy Road and then obviously the one that, uh Brian Cashman Road. And a zoom session in which Brian Cashman and an assistant general manager Jean after hman and pitcher Garrett Coal among those informing her of her invitation to come through out the first pitch and everything. She was shaking with excitement, just beaming when she was recounting to reporters how it felt to be at Yankee Stadium on this day. She says. I don't know where to start of, which was the best. What did I enjoy the most the whole piece from walking in the front door of the stadium at Gate 22 coming up to the locker with my name on it, suiting up walking out onto the field. It took my breath away. It's obviously taking my words away. Also, it was a thrill of a lifetime times a million. Now, I'm assuming that's the first time that she had been able to set foot on Yankee Stadium. The field on the field, and if that's the case That feeling is not something you forget. Oh, my God. I mean, I remember the first time getting on the field at Candlestick at PacBell. Any stadium. It's just like This is where the magic happens. I've never I've never been. I've never been in San Francisco at any one of the parks have never been on the field. But it was probably five years ago, six years ago on the field here at Dodger Stadium, and it was just a really quick thing. It was before the game like you walk in one side kind of walk around behind the batting cage, and then you walk out the other side. Get keep going. Get moving, but just Being on that same field. The moments of I I know every superstar who's ever played on this field right here. Totally. I remember the first time when I was 19 and, uh and Chico and Mike Baca told me if you want to do sports First apply for a press pass. You want to cover the 40 Niners, you know, go into the office and and requiring and try to get a press passes interning at K P A. Y and she go going to college, So I get a press pass from the 49 ers. I'm going to go just get practice. I'm not going to get paid for it. But I'm going to go cover the game's going to drive down to to the stick. And I remember because my dad's season tickets from the beginning of Candlestick from 1974 whenever it open to forget, um, are right at the 50 yard line, and everybody in the press box has to walk down the set of green stairs, um, at the 50 yard line to get to the field. That's how reporters will get to the field. You take the press elevator down, and then you'd walk down. And I remember Being able, like walk past my dad and like, Get on the field. Did you ignore him? Coolest thing? No, I think I said Hi. But like it was the coolest feeling of like the head nod. I'm going down to the field, Dad, and you're holding your press pass in front of you. Oh, this old. Yeah. Totally. Totally field access, right? Okay. Have fun up here in your seats. That's great. And your dad cried the whole time. He saw you walk down. No, I don't even think he noticed me walking down there. I'll never mind. We'll get into swamp watch when we come back to Gary and Shannon. Leila Mohammed has.

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