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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband we call him Paul Pelosi Was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after being involved in a collision Saturday night law enforcement officials said Paul Pelosi 82 was arrested at 1144 p.m. Pacific time and charged with driving under the influence DUI And driving with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher according to the Napa county criminal justice network's public booking report both charges are misdemeanors TMZ the first reported kind of wonder how they get on top of these things They're pretty quick Pelosi was attempting to cross SR 29 when his 2021 Porsche which clearly was not electric was hit by a 2014 Jeep traveling northbound on the road according to a collision report from the highway patrol Which doesn't identify either drivers being at fault in the crash troopers were called to the scene just before ten 30 p.m. the report said there were no injuries Reported in the crash in the Jeep's driver was not arrested Seen it has reached out to the highway patrol Napa county sheriff's office for additional details Belle was set as $5000 according to the booking report so he was taken in And records indicate Pelosi was released Sunday morning so he was taken in And he was kept in holding through the night Until the next morning so he must have been drunk big time ladies and gentlemen
Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, arrested for alleged DUI
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was arrested over the weekend after getting involved in a two vehicle crash Authorities say 82 year old Paul Pelosi was taken into custody late Saturday night and released Sunday on $5000 bond He is suspected of driving under the influence after driving a Porsche into an intersection and getting hit by a Jeep in Napa county California no injuries were reported in the driver of the Jeep was not arrested Pelosi could face misdemeanor charges including driving under the influence and driving with a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher his wife House speaker Nancy Pelosi was on the east coast to give a commencement address at Brown university
Face masks required inside Napa County businesses
"Napa County has become the Eighth Bay Area County to require mask wearing indoors as the Delta variant causes the new surgeon coronavirus cases. Solano County, now the only county in the Bay Area, which is not adopted that
"napa county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Want to hear today in picturesque Calistoga in Napa County. Tourists are returning in droves Maura than ready for a post lockdown, generous pour and to take in the beautiful if fire scarred landscape. Calistoga, like a handful of other cities has already imposed emergency water restrictions because of the drought. So Mayor Chris Canning has to balance boosterism with realism. We've been a city since 18 62. Our entire history. Since then, we've only been evacuated twice, and both of those times have been in the last four years as a direct result of wild part, not a good resume for America's. Both were under my watch, but absolutely necessary for the safety and protection of our residents to get a jump on any fires this season. Canning is pleased the state agency Cal Fire is dedicated a new firefighting helicopter. And a 24 7 firefighting crew for Napa County, and the mayor says most of the region's residents get it. They're building bigger firebreaks, making a plan and clearing brush on their properties. Canning admits that's not everyone The other school of thought is. Let's pretend you know what happened in the past is the past. It'll never happen again. The amnesia responses problematic, especially if you're not taking the precautions you need to as a business or resident to be prepared. That's where it's dangerous. Back at Napa's Hourglass winery owner Jeff Smith says the more frequent, more destructive wildfires have him rethinking everything about how he manages his land and business. As he examines how to rebuild stronger and smarter, You know, I grew up here. All of my roots are here and it's my intention to stay and rebuild, But I think that There's a lot of game changing thought processes that we need to be going through, and we're taking a much harder look at materials at defensible space at Our suppression systems. Access. You know all of these kinds of things to try to mitigate this into the future, and Smith is hopeful he plans to rebuild enough this summer to crush and process this year's grape harvest in a new facility here in September. At least that's the plan. Erik Wester belt. NPR NEWS Calistoga The Muslim holy month of Ramadan started a few weeks ago, right as it was becoming easier to get a covert vaccine. And so some Muslims are wondering if they should get a shot while fasting. Here's Lisa Ryan of W. C p n idea stream. Lydia Rose wanted to get the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine before Ramadan started. I was kind of concerned about it. Of course, you just got to take whatever shot's available when used in the register right? It was Madonna and her second dose fell when she was supposed to be fasting from sunrise to sunset. Such worries have led to a widespread campaign to reassure Muslims. The medical journal The Lancet called for outreach. The British Islamic Medical Association produced this video with the mom, Mohammed Mahmoud, those who will observe the foster system. A bond rest assured the vast majority off scholars state that it is permissible to take the vaccine whilst fasting. The vaccine is not considered nutrition still fasting as a form of worship, and Rose had another concern that the vaccine might give her side effects like a fever, and she'd need to drink water. But it's that happened. She knew it would be okay. If you do experience side of necks, and you can't fast you're exempt from fasting, and you would make that day up later on within the year before the next Ramadan in Dearborn, Michigan, which has a large Muslim population. One clinic offered vaccines from nine p.m. to midnight. For those who might still be hesitant. Him shake, president of the Islamic Society of Akron in Kent says he's not sure everyone has been convinced Some people still want to err on the side of caution, right. They may want to wait until after Robert Johnson to get their shot. As for Rose, she says the vaccine keeps her and other safe from Cove in 19. And protecting life is an important message of the Islamic faith for NPR news. I'm Lisa Ryan in Cleveland. This'll is NPR news and you're listening to Kiki. We did 7 19. I'm gay Freeman, along with Joe McConnell. Joe says he has some updated traffic.
"napa county" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Crews face strong winds while battling California fires
"Stronger in California's wine country, threatening to escalate a massive wildfire that's burned for days and destroyed hundreds of buildings. The glass fire north of San Francisco now burning their Calistoga small town known for hot springs, mud bands and wind race. Or fire crews and equipment were deployed into town 5000 people in the hills of Napa County after a forecast calls for strong winds and low humidity. More of
"napa county" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"And a de escalation of tension. It's unclear whether those words will be heeded. Simon Marks Washington Firefighters are warily watching today for violent winds expected in California's wine country that could fan the flames of a massive blaze that is destroyed nearly 250 buildings, and he's threatening thousands more in the town known for hot springs, mud bandits and wineries. More fire crews and equipment or deployed overnight in and around Calistoga in the hills of Napa County, after a forecast called for strong winds amid extreme heat and low humidity that was forecast for later today. In the afternoon, more than 2000 firefighters are battling the glass fire, which is charged 89 Square miles in Napa and Sonoma County's with almost no containment. Destroyed about 250 buildings, including 143 homes. About 70,000 people are under evacuation orders, including the entire population of Calistoga. California's power grid operator called for voluntary conservation of electricity today from three in the afternoon to 10 o'clock tonight as high heat was expected to grip the state. Taxing electricity supplies, primarily from the use of air conditioning about 150 miles to the north of Wine country. The SOG fire has killed four people the chance that county sheriff's office released two of their names today. Karen King, who was 79 years old. She was found on the road where the fire started. Kenneth Awesome. It was 52 suffered serious burns and later died in the hospital. Both were from the small town of I go the deadly blaze that spread to neighboring Hama County. Has burned 86 square miles and destroyed 147 buildings, about half of them homes. It was about one quarter contained. The glass and Zog fires are among nearly 30. Wildfires burning in California. Fire related deaths in the state this year Total 30 so far.
"napa county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"News on the hour, sponsored by Del Small business on that Piper in New York, and we begin with breaking news out of Washington. Sources tell CBS News that Hope Hicks, one of President Trump's senior advisors. Has tested positive for Corona virus. She is the closest aide to the president to test positive so far. We have team coverage beginning with our Deborah Calderone, who's at the White House, sources say. Hope Hicks has contracting the virus. Hicks has been seen traveling on Air Force one to and from the presidential debate on Tuesday and to a Minnesota rally on Wednesday. Correspondent Ben Tracey The Trump campaign is pushing ahead with two rallies in Wisconsin this weekend despite the administration's own task force, calling Wisconsin a red zone. Where Corona virus is spiking and social distancing should be used to the maximal degree possible. Democrats controlling the house narrowly passed a $2.2 trillion Coben 19 relief bill tonight, but no Republicans supported it. Move puts lawmakers no closer to actually delivering aid. The glass fire north of San Francisco has destroyed more than 140 homes, and he's threatening thousands more in a small town known for hot springs, mud baths and wineries are Jonathan Vaguely. Adi is in Napa County, with the glass fire again raging more homes or in its past the town of Angwin already evacuated now a new fiery frontline. Nearly 17,000 now on the fire lives. Crew's coming from his faraway Is Israel. Another disaster scene here in our state, it's been a remarkable year, nearly nonstop firefight in the West continues to take a toll. Still, the battle continues. Signs of gratitude are everywhere. So are the losses. Dry, breezy weather is also fueling fires in the Rocky mountains of northern Colorado in southern Wyoming. Dozens of cabins and other structures have burned in person. Voter Ken Missing is now happening in this campaign. With the election fast approaching, the Biden campaign is amping up its outreach efforts. The campaign is going to launch in person voter canvassing going door to door in some battleground states. Because of covert 19. Up until now. Biden officials had refrained from doing that raising concerns among supporters. But now the campaign says it will send several 100 volunteers to key states including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada and New Hampshire with other states added in the coming weeks. Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS We've learned President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett has met with her first Democrat High Court hopeful sat down tonight with West Virginia's Jill Mansion. On Wall Street, The Dow gained 35 points. NASDAQ Up 1 59 Again Our top story, Hope Hicks, a top aide to the president, positive with.
Fires again ravage a California wine industry already reeling
"Minnesota. The weather is not helping crews battling the devastating glass fire in California's Napa County. We're looking at a very similar went a bit that when this fire first started moving out three days ago, so now's the time for firefighters to buckle down. We're going to work diligently that door shut and try to protect their communities. The King would value of the caliph IRS, Billy see numerous communities and wineries threatened by the fire burning in the heart of California's famed
"napa county" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Hi, everyone. I'm tansy No Vega And this is the take away a new batch of wildfire sparked in northern California over the weekend, forcing evacuations and blanketing the region and smoke. The climate is not what it used to be. You know, I can't speak for the rest of the nation. But I've lived here almost all my life, and I do not remember this amount of dryness in this amount of fuel. It's emotionally exhausting. Just looking at everything else. So then we walked up the street. None of the neighbors were left. The lady across the road here gone, all these people's things, we're gone. I mean, it was just like Pure devastation. California residents They're telling us about their experiences. Joining me now is Sarah Sturgeon, freelance journalists covering the North Bay fires. Welcome to the takeaway. Hello, Zia. So what can you tell us of the status of the glass fire As of this morning, the glass fire, which started on Sunday morning around 4 A.m. in a community in northern Napa County, called Deer Park. As of this morning is 46,600 acres. And and again that that number will likely change in a few hours here when they get the morning reports in and it's a 2% containment, which is a small number of containment, but, hey, it's It's good news, and I know that's on the Sonoma County side. On. We have about over 22,000 structures threatened right now, which has doubled over the past 48 hours. And while they have reported about 82 structures destroyed 80, which are residential, that number will likely grow. The cause of the fire does remain unknown. They're investigating now. Sarah, why are we not hearing? I mean, we hear in the media on our show or doing a segment about this now, but I feel like we're not hearing as much about these fires more broadly, and obviously there's a lot to cover. But this is a big story. Yeah, I agree. It's it's It's kind of interesting after the lightning strikes and the many, many fires that started in August, um and what tragically happened to our neighbors in the North and Oregon and Washington state. I have noticed that the coverage has dropped off in major media organizations on I understand There's a lot going on with the future of our nation regarding politics, but climate change is obviously a critical Situation, and I noticed it was added to the debate last night was touched on a little bit and my aunt, my ears perked up. But the fact that people are still losing their homes. The economy here is already Being battered by not only covert 19 but now especially our hospitality industry. But now more wildfires, especially in a region that has been repeatedly Tackled by wildfires let alone in the past month. This fire is burning less than one mile from a fire scar that literally started in August. What can you tell us about the smoke conditions there? The conditions right now are extremely dry way as mentioned earlier extremely dry. There are a lot of fuels a trees, grasses in those areas that have not burned in A very long time, sometimes centuries century and there's a lot of concern about that. In the next 24 hours. We could have a We have fire Weather watch right now it could increase to a red flag warning of conditions worsen. And we are a little concerned that there could be areas burning that haven't burned a very long time in this residential areas in those areas. We're going to continue talking aboutthe wildfires in Northern California in just a moment. This is the take.
California wine country faces coronavirus, smoke and fires
"In Northern California continue to battle new wildfires that erupted this week. Three people have been killed and thousands evacuated workers in the wine industry or facing new problems. From member station KQED, Sam Barnett reports. Sonoma and Napa County is many workers involved in the wine harvest or immigrants and people of color. Guillermo Harare and his wife run the currency, a devil, a wine company. I'm getting calls left. And right today, Dan Day out of folks looking toa. The work. The smoke from the fires contain grapes and her are says insurance company will only pay if grapes are left on the vine, he says. Wineries have to decide whether to pick what could be a ruined crop or gamble on an insurance check. Five or six of my clients are not going to pick any of their fruit this year. Zero Test results for smoke contamination. Khun take 30 days. So for now, it's unclear how many grapes are ruined for NPR news. I'm Sam her net on Wall
"napa county" Discussed on KOMO
"Before you today to say we've had three desk Sonoma and Napa County over 36,000 Acres burned so far with drought conditions home after home left Kindle single hospital forced to evacuate all of its patients for the second time in a month. Hardest part is number one trying To keep them from being too fearful. Jan Zaken rescued after a burning car blocked her escape route He left with nothing. I mean, just literally nothing. We're so lucky to be alive with parts of California a tinderbox images of destruction showing just how miraculous these survival stories are area that's burning well. It's been under evacuation orders many times haven't burned in more than a century, so this fire threat will start to move south with red flag warnings into arson, But the fight here Did you hear that loud pop. Is far from over commodities time. 5 19 Most Americans think the winner of the presidential election should nominate the next Supreme Court justice. This is, according to respondents in The New York Times Sienna College poll. 56% of the people Wanna wait. 41% think President Trump should fill the seat. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office is it will release a recording of the grand jury proceedings. And the Briana Taylor case today. The move comes after a grand juror filed a motion to release the transcripts and recordings related to that investigation. The federal government is planning to give 150 million Corona virus rapid tests to states and Washington is one of them president from called it unprecedented and says the results from the rapid tests are available within 15 minutes. And he got expressed optimism about the development of a Corona virus vaccine and predicts that next year will be great. Actress Sienna Miller says the late Chadwick Boseman gave her part of his 21 bridges salary. So she would be compensated fairly and get the pay she deserved. Miller called her co stars act unfathomable. The 43 year old Bozeman died last month after a four year battle with colon cancer. Camo news time. 5 20 propel insurance MONEY UPDATES House Democrats are unveiling their new Corona virus relief plan. It's a $2.2 trillion proposal that includes a second round of $1200 stimulus payments to people. It also provides funding for schools, Paul businesses and airline workers as well as support for state and local governments. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the measure is an olive branch to Republicans to restart negotiations that have recently stalled. Covert 19 has been rough on a lot of businesses, but one the industry has found a way to thrive. A lot of people are buying homes, even in the spending. Our industry is taking all of the precautions that we can to ensure that it's a Sherry Chris, CEO of Better Homes and Gardens, realestate with the new rules for Realtors, a sanitized Where their masks In some instances, temperatures are being taken Another change. There are homes that are being sold sight unseen, Chris says. A lot of new buyers are people who are working from home with their kids learning at home who say they just need more space. Daria Aldinger ABC news and it's a perfect day to get your caffeine fix without having to pay for it. Several places We're celebrating National coffee day at Starbucks.
"napa county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will receive a covert test this woman in Napa County in northern California trying to resist But finally reluctantly left her home. As new wildfires got closer. He decided to stay a little bit and hope for the best, but they were out there. Just pressing on the horn Tell initially Maurine the wildfires from CBS's Chris Martinez strong winds or driving a fast moving wildfire in California's Napa County, another beautiful day in the Napa Valley. Believable. The fire about 60 miles north of San Francisco, is threatening hundreds of homes and decades old wineries. Officials are assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Laura last month, and there's a lot of it more from Dave Cohen of WWL in New Orleans. Hurricane Laura's damage to the electrical grid was greater than that of even Katrina $1.4 billion. Energy, Louisiana CEO Philip May says, hoping to get some help paying that bill. Any dollar that we get from the federal government will allow us to reduce what we can to recover from our customers. There are claims of women undergoing unwanted medical procedures at the South Georgia detention Center. Chris Camp, reports that a congressional delegation heard the stories firsthand. This weekend. In interviews, they heard stories of women being placed in solitary confinement or being treated for mental illness. When reporting the unwanted gynecological procedures or resisting the doctor, they said, performed them. They made it through the pandemic and found a way to compete and win. On Monday night, the Tampa Bay Lightning won the National Hockey League Stanley Cup with the two Nothing win over the Dallas Stars. There were no fans, but the new champions got to raise the cup and skate around the rink on Wall Street. Monday, the Dow was up more than 400. This is CBS News. Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, 103 and happening right now downtown. We have delays on 93 South. Triple right lane closure, Mr Gavel over the second bridge and through the only old tunnel through one south, full closure and Carter Street, you take the detour you back on it ever have airport tunnels. Ted Williams, West. Also fully closed. Follow the detour to get to the Sumner eastbound. Ted Williams has a left lane closed, but no significant delay. North of the city. 93 south, Long term roadwork slows things down from the New Hampshire line, 2 to 13 in Bethune and Danvers won 28 South has the right lane closure. But Endicott Street just a brief delay at this point, Route three and Root water looking good west of the city on the pike westbound a bit of a delay at Route 16, West Newton and another in Framingham by Route nine and route to East clothes for work after Jackson Road in Devon's Route nine into 90 looking good. South of the city road. Work on these South bound expressway won't slow you down by squad, Um Street then and Randolph 93 south. The ramp to route 24 is closed. This report sponsored by the Ad council. Okay, Dad, it's time to do the cabbage Patch the running man or something more contemporary. The floss. That's right. Dance like a dad with your kids Learn more at fatherhood, Doc off..
Multiple wildfires in California prompt fresh evacuations
"Heading now to California. That's where wildfires are continuing to cause what large scale evacuations and the Sonoma and Napa County wine country region. ABC is Alex Stone is there overnight, Santa Rosa getting hit hard again. Flames and neighborhoods and mass evacuations are in place. There were reports of people trapped, Santa Rosa was devastated by fire in 2017. Numerous wildfires are burning in Sonoma and Napa County is right now, but flames are moving quickly and wind into the city of Santa Rosa.
"napa county" Discussed on WTVN
"News TRAFFIC Whether sports and the big story with Joel Riley on 6 10 w TVs pretty well documented. California's been having all kinds of troubled with wildfires. Well, there's a couple new ones. Bruin arid conditions. Extreme fire. Danger lingers a new brush fire in Napa County. Grew rapidly over the weekend. It forced evacuations, including Ah hospital, another fast moving wildfire near Reddington. It's forced evacuations and has quickly grown to 1000 acres. So to say that's a hot spot is a gross understatement. It is I just still very tough and haven't noticed this smoke in the air here in the last week or so, like, you know, 10 days ago, but still the skies very milky, looking with all that. White smoke up in there, so I don't know if that continues to be any fallout, or that just continued to go over us and settles into the ocean. I'm not sure how that goes, but it seems like overall It's less healthy than healthier. ABC News confirming President Trump's former 2020 campaign manager, current campaign senior advisor bred Parson Colley. Taken into custody Sunday evening by Fort Lauderdale police after allegedly threatening to harm himself at his home in Fort Lauderdale. According to a public information officer with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department 911 call placed by his wife. Who advised my husband is armed, has access to multiple firearms inside our home and was threatening to harm himself. He was detained without injury taken to Broward Health Medical Center..
Los Angeles - Weather Helps Firefighters Gain More Ground In California
"Right now. Cal Fire reporting that a fire. Another fire started this morning called the glass fire in Napa County. It's already at 800 acres. But the milder weather has allowed firefighters to make progress on a number of fires. You realize since the beginning of the year, there have been 8100 wildfires that have burned well over 3.7 million acres here in California that's larger than the state of Connecticut. There have been 26 fatalities and over 7000 structures destroyed that they have made good progress on controlling the Ln you lightning complex fire. In Napa Lake Cinema, Collusive Solano and YOLO counties. The EU Lightning complex fire. All of these started in August 2 and that Stu Fire in Contra Costa, Alameda, San Joaquin Stanislaw counties. And the beauty Hema glen fire. All of those three fires are about 96 97% contained contain doesn't mean they're out and with heavier winds expected they could Flare up again. And then, of course, there's the the big fire. The August complex fire, which has burned over 873,000 acres of that it's only 43% contained. All right. We'll keep you advised of all that, and we'll talk gardening.
Nearly 350,000 Acres Burn in SCU Lightning Complex Fire
"Continue battling a Siri's of lightning sparked wild fires now burning hundreds of thousands of acres across northern California. Joe Michaels is live from the Cape, a wildfire desk with details of the L. A new lightning complexes now burning more than 350,000 acres in Sonoma, Sonora Lake in Napa counties. That's more than 500 Square Miles. Cal fire Scott Ross telling US cruise or putting a focus on the Eastern zone of the second largest wildfire in California history. The homicide is our number one concern. There's a lot of populated areas out there, and it does get a lot of the coastal influence weather wise, So we want to keep that one small. They're small as we can and not let it get to the size that the Eastside is experiencing, Ross says Cruz heir grateful, But the weather wasn't his severe is initially predicted, particularly in terms of lightning strikes. We didn't quite Get what we were thinking we could. The window got up a little bit, but it seemed to be just a normal good night of fire activity and nothing to catastrophic or major happened because of any predicted weather event. We got fortunate with that crews of up containment on the Ellen you complex to 22%. But the blaze isn't slowing up. We are expecting continued growth. Extreme fire behavior. You know, we get some sort of long range spotting that will continue to challenge us. For sure.
California fires spread, fouling air and spurring evacuations
"The network of California wildfires continue to consume hundreds, thousands of acres and whatever structures or in their past thousands of residents being forced to evacuate for their own safety, while local authorities stressed residents that they must leave when ordered to do so. Officials are also encouraging people to go early if they feel unsafe. Napa County Undersheriff John Crawford Sunday afternoon, telling residents to trust their six cents. You don't have to wait for us. You know your area, you know where you live, and you know what is normal, But it's not. So if you feel that That need to evacuate. Please do
"napa county" Discussed on KGO 810
"To publicly denounce those and other tactics including detaining hundreds for hours without access to bathrooms are food for what he says was just peaceful protesting in mere curfew violations gym group Los Angeles police chiefs in Santa Rosa Petaluma Rohnert park Sebastopol Healdsburg Cloverdale and Cassady of all banned the use of the carotid hold it's a technique used to subdue suspects which includes wrapping an arm around someone's neck and applying pressure on both sides to slow the flow of blood through the carotid arteries causing a person to lose consciousness if it's not done right it can lead to block in the suspects err way instead of the policy changes come along with for cinema county mayors from Santa Rosa Petaluma Healdsburg and Sonoma promising to review local use of force policies asking their communities for input and they promised also to report and to act on those findings Memorial Day weekend brought a surge in corona virus cases in napa county napa county had a record thirty one new cases of the virus last week and that's nearly twice their previously reported weekly high the napa county public health officer says people were out and about over the holiday two weeks ago she says one of the people that tested positive went to a graduation party with forty people attending another person decided to go to a newly opened church while symptomatic relief is on the way for cinema county tasting rooms wineries breweries they'll be able to operate without having to serve food at the same time that begins on Friday the classic nineteen thirty nine film gone with the wind is temporarily being pulled from a newly recently launched streaming service you've been brave soul long misconduct you just gotta go on being green that's Hattie McDaniel and her Oscar winning supporting role performance as mammy in gone with the wind she became the first African American to win an Oscar the new streaming service HBO Max's temporarily removed the film from its lineup but will return it with some context a spokesperson for the service says the stereotypical depiction of blacks was wrong then and it's wrong today the re emergence of the film will come with a discussion of historical context and announcement of those very depictions the firm has been criticized especially by African Americans ever since its release more than eighty years ago gym group Los Angeles we'll find to traffic trouble in the Silicon Valley and heather will check on it next on KGO home is more important than.
"napa county" Discussed on Killer Knowledge
"A to collect slaves that is incorrect. Erin fee because it is so much fun correct. The answer is c The message started off with. I like killing people because it is so much fun. The puzzle was made up of four hundred eight symbols. All the last eighteen were decoded. Despite the promise to reveal his identity the killer said in his coded message that he would not give that way because it would slow down his collecting slaves for the afterlife. The score is Erin. Six Zero Five. The growing panic was fueled by news of yet another attack. This time in Napa County California about fifty miles north of the first two killings on September twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine to college students having a picnic on Lake Barry. Esa were stabbed repeatedly. The victims were able to provide a description of the attacker before one of them died at the hospital. Question number twelve. What was the attacker wearing to disguise his face a a dark hood in sunglasses? Be a red scheme ask in baseball hat. See a white Bandanna daryl a dark hood and sunglasses correct. The answer is a dark hood and sunglasses. The attacker covered his head.
"napa county" Discussed on KGO 810
"As well napa county has no confirmed cases but it's also issuing a shelter in place order it goes into effect at midnight tonight in Santa Clara county now has one hundred seventy five cases Oct twenty from a day earlier it's also recording its sixth death all campgrounds in California state park system are closing temporarily because of the corona virus outbreak other areas of parks include trails and beaches they remain open it's just the parks the state parks that are closing restrooms are also staying open and visitors are advised to take soap for hand washing an alcohol based hand sanitizer hand hand sanitizers when water isn't available Robert half is the better way to hire Robert half three evaluates and custom matches highly skilled professionals to your short term and full time hiring requirements visit Robert half dot com CTO A. ten business also by redwood credit union where checking is always free and mark Nieto says we just have the opening bell stocks are mixed good morning mark good morning brought yesterday stocks closed below twenty thousand for the first time since twenty seventeen and the as you mentioned they are mixed at the open as the coronavirus crisis rages on in the turmoil unemployment applications surge last week as the operate starts to really impact the labor market and the spread of the virus has also led the New York Stock Exchange to temporarily close its historic trading floor will move to fully electronic trading starting on Monday the Dow is off one hundred and fourteen points the S. and P. is minus fifteen but the nasdaq is actually I had one and we are tracking a drive around the bay area we got a new stall to tell you about on I. eighty neck thank KGO.
"napa county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"At midnight a shelter at home order has been issued in napa county public health officer Karen for Lucy says it starts Friday we're waiting till Friday at at twelve midnight mainly so people can get ready to shelter in place so it gives people the opportunity to do what they need to do before they shelter at home there are no corona virus cases in napa county but there is one in neighboring Solano county and some in other bay area counties he will be allowed to leave home for essential businesses such as to buy food care for a family member or go to work people also be allowed to do things like go for a walk or go on a hike markets of once again gotten massacred because of the virus pandemic the Dallas six point three percent of its value a loss of thirteen hundred points the typical day this month on Wall Street has been has seen the stock market swing up or down by four point nine percent over the last decade it was just point four percent it's very hard to know how the market will recover from that whether or be a quick bounce back short and shallow recession or if it will be something more per line Susan Schmidt head of US equities at Aviva investors says an economic stimulus package may help but only if investors have confidence in it for up to the minute information on the corona virus you can check out our website at KFI am six forty dot com keyword virus from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy it is slow and still more on the five this is traveling southbound approaching the four oh five split watch out for a little bit of a back up right there at that transition the northbound side of the fives moving all right without any problems getting through that same area well it's also a bit slow moving getting out of Norwalk into Norwalk rather on the window five eastbound approaching the very end coming up on Studebaker road and if you are traveling to Orange County right now they're doing all right on the five in the four oh five no problems there out of Orange County into corona nice and open between the fifty seven freeway and the fifteen pay app high in the sky gets you there faster I'm.
What Led Joe Joe Clark to Become a Naturalist Educator
"We ring in the New Year of this new decade with the power of twenty twenty twenty hours for the making this week. We welcome Gardner Naturalist Educator Husband and Lily Lover Joe Joe Clark born and raised in Vallejo California to a garden loving mother. Joe is a naturalist working on interpretation public engagement and education occasion and nearly equal amounts of paperwork for the Napa County Open Space district taking him to both state and county parks in coastal stole Northern California. He joins us today from his home garden to share more about his garden life journey and his abiding love for the lillies. Welcome Joe for excited to the Audio podcasts. I'm so grateful so before we get into to your fieldwork. Go back a little bit. Tell me about your earliest influences. That led you to be this kind of person. Why Natural I? I'm sorry I garden at home and I have to thank my mom for that. I was born in Vallejo California and my childhood was pretty awesome. I had an opportunity to to be outside a lot and with that ed come with the tours so we had a garden in the back of our yard and it had all these vegetables that I loved. I mean I love eating. I love eating but the fruit that she she drew was amazing and my younger brother. He actually took on a lot of the homework and kind of a thank sort of guided the guard for me. I was more into other things that I could eat. But the things that attracted me through my is that That sense you know and the smell and so she did have some irises. That were in the front yard. I didn't really know that they were native but later on I kinda grew into you know my my interests of native plants of California -Fornia they were native They were Douglas. Iris Mummy version. And so that developed this hunger I guess you know
"napa county" Discussed on KGO 810
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"napa county" Discussed on WDRC
"They would tell California. Hey, you need to hang onto that guy. You might have picked him up for something that you would ordinarily bail them out for say a drunk driving arrest or a, you know, some other kind of relatively minor crime non violent crime. But we want him here in Missouri for rape. And we're asking you hang onto him, California would probably routinely say sure if you want him there for a serious crime near willing come out and get him. We will do that for you. Right. Absolutely. Right. It's detained requests all the time honored in all areas except immigration because obviously these leftist avenue agenda more potential voters one day, they want damnest e these folks, and hopefully they will vote for them. This is just not theory people are being hurt and killed by these criminals being released back out onto the streets. And in fact, we saw last week in Napa county deputy sheriff was shot at by an illegal alien who there were four detained requests submitted by ice previously for this guy. He'd been picked up for various crimes over the last several years, and and Napa county the county where the deputy was shot at ignorant three of those requests by ice and one other counties ignored a request for this. This individual, thankfully, the deputy was not heard and she unloaded her gun on him in took the room temperature challenges. It's no longer with us today. Sadly, but will not say as far as I'm concerned anybody who's willing to shoot at a cop as far as I'm concerned room temperature where he belong. So so yeah in this case it turned down, but he should be a wakeup call to to Napa Napa county. Napa county was a Sancti. City Wong or county long before California pass their new state sanctuary Bill that went into effect in January two thousand eighteen and this should be a wakeup call to them. They're deputy almost got killed, thankfully, she was able to outsmart this alien. But that's not always the case we saw on Christmas day last year. A deputy was killed a deputy with a brand new baby at home and a wife at home. And I'm I'm sorry. But that does make it a more sympathetic case. But I care I care about the lives of anybody who's wearing a blue uniform, but we're putting these people's lives at risk bottom line sanctuary policies are not compassionate Nazi remains. They're dangerous and Americans are dying and it needs to stop talking to Dale.
"napa county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So all of those detainers, nobody did anything three of those detainers have been sent to Napa county jail. Twenty fourteen twenty fifteen twenty sixty one sonoma's county jail 2016, none of the detainers honored because of California's sanctuary loss. Oh, nobody gets hurt. Because of those. Here's what is released a statement to ABC seven in San Francisco. It's unfortunate that our law enforcement partners in the community are subjected too dangerous consequences because of inflexible state laws that protect criminal aliens. This guy's here legally four times you could have initiated deportation procedures four times. The county said, no. And the only reason this deputies alive is that she had the good luck of this guy being a horrible shot. And I'm sure there's somebody. Well, she didn't have to kill him. Couldn't she just shot out the tires of the car. I mean, she really have to unload each year. How many shots she fired couldn't you've just fire to into the tire and then call for backup? I mean, you really there are people like that never really saying that right? I mean, sure he took a shot at her. But maybe it was a warning shot. Maybe he wasn't even trying to hurt her. That's probably what it was. I mean who misses a two feet that had to have been a warning shot. He didn't really want shooter. Why did he shoot at all? Well, because he was tired of being harassed by the police. I mean, you mentioned he's been arrested four times. I mean, how many times is this man has to be arrested before they leave him alone. You think I'm getting this is really how they think. I know how they think this is what they're thinking. And just I mean, there's no reason I mean one shot at a police officers should not be at the death sentence for your especially when it was a warning shot. So from there, we go to what's going on with the wall, the AP reporting that construction begins on a thirty foot border wall in San Diego. Well, it's not the wall. If we're going to say, it's a replacement wall of something that was already there. Here's a fourteen mile wall along the border in San Diego. Remember, we're told by the far left now the walls, don't work. Now, these are the same people to put walls up around their house, but you know, that's different walls don't work, except they do every place they've been put on our border. The number of illegal aliens crossing has gone down between eighty to ninety percent, but they don't work. So they're replacing it fourteen miles of border wall in San Diego. The first panels are in place to replace a steel mesh fence with steel bollards up to thirty feet high. About one hundred one million dollars for fourteen miles. It's the second layer of the barrier in San Diego work on the first layer nearly complete also fourteen miles long also thirty feet high construction began three days after Trump declared the national emergency to build the border wall. And before you say, you know, that's just stupid. Nobody wants that Zoghbi poll new ones out reported here by the Washington Examiner. Paul Bernard news dog being poll finding that suburban women more than likely voters suburban women who are more than likely voters support the wall. Trump's emergency declaration forty five percent of suburban women want the president to find other sources of money to build the border wall..
"napa county" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"You are in you can also go online the chat, show dot com. We were talking about what's going on with the situation in Napa County, California where a deputy during a regular traffic. Stop had the guy wrote on his window. He takes a shot at her. She runs around to the other side unloads on him. He's dead. He's an illegal alien four different times ice detainers on them. Four different times counties in California, sanctuary county said that we're not gonna help you and wow, it's just another example of just how bad that is. Also got the wall being Bill also got suburban likely women voters saying by a plurality there for the wall for the national declaration of emergency in there for him. Finding more funds to get it done loved the no you think at eight four four dig Chad. And here's another one that could hit you close to home, especially if you have children who are of military age. There's a group push. The so-called men's right movement, and they've been pushing against the idea of the draft. Now, of course, we still have you register for the draft. But nobody's been drafted in decades. However, it's still there. Just in case if we had all hell breaks loose somebody's invading the nation or there's this huge war. We gotta go to there'd be a push to bring the draft back. So these guys are saying wait a second. It's not right. It's not fair that every young man has to register for the draft. But young women don't have to. I'd say, well, it's it is fair because then women are different. Manouevres or not. Women at all. Except why are you telling the women they have to do the same things that men have to do? They said there was no difference. Well until you start saying that. So these guys have a point they're like, hey, how can you say that it's constitutional to draft men to go fighting a war, but it's not constitutional draft women to go fight in the war. So they pushed it federal judge. Agreed. You judge gray Miller agreed now what had happened in the past nineteen Ninety-one. There was a big push by the men's rights movement to say, hey, this isn't right. Well, in one thousand nine hundred one rock Rostker versus Goldberg was the court case said the male only draft was quote, fully justified because women were ineligible for combat role. So if they can't be in combat then you can't draft a bunch of women you can't fight not allowed to so the drafts. Okay. But now oh now women are eligible for combat roles. Well, yeah. But. Look at the number of women who try and the number of women who actually qualify. Now. Remember, they told you when they were going to allow women in these combat roles that they weren't going to change the physical requirements to meet some of these roles as it. Yeah. Right. I'm sorry. But there's no way the average woman can meet the same requirements the average man Kam with things like upper body strength. It's just a physical impossibility. That's not to demean women. It's just the truth. And sure enough they've already started to reduce the standards the physical standards for some of these roles but still the number of women qualifying for full combat. Roles is extremely low in the military. Didn't stop you. A sister judge gray Miller late Friday said while historical restrictions on.
Manafort due back in court over allegations he lied
"A hospital in Ohio says it's identified at least thirty four patients given excessive doses of sentinel by a single doctor as part of a treatment for pain. Each later died as page Pfleger with member station. W O S U reports. Multiple investigations are underway. Now Colonel health system says they I received a complaint about intensive care. Dr William Houston in October. Now, the hospital says at least three of us those patients died while he was being investigated. Mount Carmel apologized for not removing yourself from the hospital floors sooner hospital officials previously said all patients involved were quote near death when they fell under who's care, but are now looking into whether Houston exhausted all options to save the patients before ordering funds and all owners attorney general has requested his medical license. Be suspended for NPR news. I'm peach flavor in Columbus. A state investigation finds specific ASA. And electric was not responsible for sparking a wildfire in northern California that left twenty two people dead the tubs fire broke out in two thousand seventeen and destroyed more than fifty six hundred homes and other structures in sonoma's and Napa counties. The report says the fire broke out next to a residence and was caused by a private electrical system. The findings come less than a week before PGA plans to file for bankruptcy protection. The utility says it has at least thirty billion dollars in potential liabilities from wildfires. One of them a campfire killed more than eighty people and destroyed thousands of homes.
"napa county" Discussed on Atlanta Monster
"And lake Baria said he shows up with a bizarre costume with his chosen symbol on the chest bizarre story about how he is scape from prison that he needed their money and car keys to escape to Mexico. None of which appears to have been true. We know that the story wasn't concocted just to put them at ease. Because he could have said anything to put them at ease. And then you have to deal with the costume itself. A Ken Naro investigated the case for the Napa county sheriff's office said to me once why is he wearing a mask? What's the point? If you're going to kill these people. Why are you covering your face? There's no evidence he did that in the previous crimes and then at the same time if he wants to cover his face. Why isn't he just wearing a scheme? Ask yourself. Why this elaborate costume and even more importantly if he was going to kill the victims. And as far as we know if help hadn't arrived, and when it did it's very possible. Those victims could have died, and if they had died, none. Of us would ever know that the soda had warned that costume? So that costume was not about getting attention. It was not about you know, see it in the media or seeing those famous sketches of that costume. Now. He didn't appear to care whether we knew about better. That was for him. And it was for the victims. And the only reason we know about it is because Bryan Hartnell survives to tell us. What happened that if he had died as far as we know they just been stabbed? So this whole thing about the costume. And the story that's all some private thing serves some inter need for the zodiac that we don't really understand. But what I think it does tell you is that he had a very rich imagination rich fantasy life, and he needed to feel a certain sense of power when he committed these crimes more so than what would be provided if you just walked up and shot you. It's obvious by that time, whether it was because of the media coverage or his own me to be more than what he seemed to be. He had created this image. And then that image had to be sustained with something couldn't just be writing letters. And I think in some way as much as he didn't make any effort to make sure we knew about his cost you that wasn't the point. It was about him knowing about that costume knowing that he has morphed transformed into this new kind of thing, and then inflicting it on someone because I think ultimately as much as that costume was meant to feed his ego or his fantasies. It was also about the terror it would create in those who saw him coming wearing that costume. Zodiac had taken on the image of what he felt would instill the most fear in his victims. But the question remains did he create and wear this elaborate ritualistic costume for the benefit of himself or for his unfortunate victims if there was no one left living after the lake various attack. No one would have ever known of his bizarre ritual. And he certainly didn't expect any survivors. We know this because of a phone call made to the Napa county sheriff's department from a payphone outside of car wash twenty seven miles away from the crime scene that proves just that. I wanna report a murder. No. The double murder. They're two miles north of puck eight quarters. They were in white Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. On the one that did it.
California, California Department Of Corrections and Commander discussed on Democracy Now
"In Spain up to a million people took to the streets of Barcelona Tuesday to celebrate Catalonia's national day and to demand Catalonia's independence from Spain. Last October the Spanish government seized control of Catalonia after its leaders held a band. Independence
CBS, Julie Chen and Les Moonves discussed on Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan
"Course, so much discussion. You heard it on ABC about les Moonves says the former chair now of CBS, and this is a guy who spent a lot of time recreating CBS in the nineties when it was really a faltering network and created a lot of the shows that we know. Yeah. He didn't create the who. But he did create CSI and everybody loves Raymond. And of course, the he kicked off the incredibly successful and still running survivor series made a lot of money for CBS. And and now he's out. And of course, the main discussion is about how much money he's gonna get on his way out the door. A lot could be up to one hundred million bucks. Even though CBS says that CBS, and he if he if that payout comes to pass will donate twenty million of it to me to causes. And the like will that be enough? We don't know what will it do to CBS. We don't know. What will it do to Julie Chen who happens to be married to les Moonves? And has her own very specific jobs at CBS. He is a co host on the talk their weekly or daily talk show there. And of course, isn't she the one that does big brother to? Yes. Speaking of the women have been following that a lot of women disagree with his hundred million dollar. Of course. Yeah. So with Julian the picture, I wonder what she's what's going on? Yeah. And her minor behind the family closed doors. I have a feeling that Julie Chen will not show up on the talk
Barclays Center Will Ban Plastic Straws By End Of Year
"See what comes up This is a Yeah that's me what picture they. Got up there Download and subscribe at apple podcast Google play and the Westwood. One, podcast app from the Westwood One podcast network At least fourteen people have died. After a magnitude six point four earthquake hit Indonesia's Lombok island early this morning a bigger arena is banning straws New York's Barclay center home to, the NBA's nets in the NHL islanders. Announces that they will. Eliminate drinking straws by the end of the year do their poor effects on the environment BSE. Global who operates the arena says this will divert almost four million straws a year from going. To the dumps the New York City council is considering legislation that would ban. Single use plastic straws and stirs I'm Tim show vers and this is. Major league baseball hall of fame, weekend the induction ceremony. Is set, for later, this afternoon in, Cooperstown New, York, among, those going into the hall. The Braves. Chipper Jones Vladimir Guerrero Jim Thome and Trevor Hoffman I'm Christopher cruise SF oh. Traffic good morning well. It is all about obstructions on your roadway and we, do, have some roadwork and just a heads up the NHRA at raceway happening today, and expect some hefty delays making. Your way to, that event some roadwork five eighty. Westbound at Bayview avenue closing all your lanes down and then twelve eastbound at Abernathy moving through Fairfield looks like all lanes are going to be, closed until midnight tonight also eighty westbound. At Columbus Parkway that. Obstruction is off to the shoulder so that's some good news but it looks like we have. Another obstruction on your this is four westbound just west of lone tree way bypass and then. We have reports of a stalled out vehicle but the good news that is. Off to the center divider and it's not really creating a delay on. Your roadway this is one zero, one southbound just north. Of Coyote creek golf drive with hey, SF SFO try Traffic. I'm Katherine whole tree. You're listening to Bob damn in the garden on talk, radio, five sixty ks Okay let's hear further garden with Bob Canham and this is the time of the. Program. Where, eighty. Comes on, and shake, tells. You all the wonderful things going on in the bay area welcome thanks daddy all. Right good morning everybody. Here we go with all of the events that I've got, written down here Let's see fall and winter vegetables talking about that earlier UCSD gardeners and. Napa county. Invite the community to join them for a public guarding. Workshop fall and. Winter vegetables this, workshop will be held on August eighteenth two thousand eighteen from nine thirty until eleven. Thirty and this is at the UCSE meeting. Room at seventeen ten Cisco avenue and Napa create your own garden to table movement growing vegetables. There's a fight alleged, charge per, person, for, this, workshop registration is preferred. Seating. Is limited so so you would like to make sure.
Facebook Suffers Worst-Ever Drop in Market Value
"Cagey oh eight tenths scale It evening I'm Nikki medoro the Trump administration did not meet today's deadline, to reunite migrant children with their parents for than fourteen hundred children were. United with their families but about seven hundred shelter remain in government custody in San Diego correspondent Diane Gallagher says many parents aren't even in. The US overwhelming majority more. Than half of those parents have already been deported without their, children their children are government. Cut their parents are back in their home country, or in Mexico waiting to find something, out and that is why advocates here at the border say that the deadline may be today but this crisis is far from over the government, has offered no time line for tracking down the hundreds of parents who remain unaccounted for authorities say a traffic. Stop and Napa county has led to the rescue of two children being used for child pornography CHP officers say they found evidence in a stolen car driven by forty three year, old can, yada nor Norway. Norwood that he, was involved in making pornography, involving to chill Children ages five and seventeen Norwood was arrested and faces charges. That include child pornography and. Sexual exploitation of a child Facebook's market value took a huge, hit today at stock price. All nineteen percent its worst day ever here's correspondent, Steve castenbaum when the trading day ended, Facebook stock had not recovered from its huge plunge earlier in the morning it dropped forty two points when trading began and stayed around that Mark, for the rest of the day it was the single worst one day drop for Facebook and one of the. Largest ever for.
County fire caused by improperly installed electric fencing
"Public safety issues won't be easy this will require a lot of patience it will require a lot of work and it will require a lot of prayer would breed doesn't have is a lot of time after she fills out the remainder of the late mayor ed lease term freed we'll be back on the ballot in november two thousand nineteen that leaves just sixteen months fulfil or at least make serious headway on promises of clearing the streets of ten encampments and building thousands of units of housing i think she has hit the ground running that's university of san francisco political science professor james taylor she's given plenty of opportunity to demonstrate her capacities as a governing executive and if she does that i think voters would reward her with potentially a decade of leadership in the city of san francisco which would definitely her legacy in the city of san francisco a victory next year and again in twenty twenty three would make breed the city's longest serving mayor since the nineteen forties for the california report i'm guy marzorati after several weeks of rapidly spreading wildfires throughout california the fire seemed to be slowing dramatically the county fire in your low in napa counties which scorched more than ninety thousand acres is now about ninety percent contains we learned yesterday that an electric fence likely caused that fire further north the klamath and fire is sixty five percent contained as of this morning cal fire spokesman gabriel lauderdale says the fire has been burning in some really remote and hilly areas in many cases if we're going to use those irs they have to actually build their own roads just to get out to the fire to build those containment life now of course hot weather makes it more difficult to fight fires and the fire scenes you can often see whole firefighting teams head to their engines to take water breaks where they fill up on fluids before heading back out to the fire scenes now the heat is not just something for firefighters or old people or young people to worry about as cary five will tells us us healthy adults can get.
Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations
"Eight stop wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death continue to ravage california as a heat wave sweeps the southern part of the state authorities say a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above go lita santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more farther south of fire in the san bernardino national forest grew to one thousand acres and prompted the evacuation of forest falls a town of about seven hundred homes in san diego county a handful of fires prompted evacuation orders for more than one thousand homes one blaze reportedly burned at least five homes in alpine the county fire and napa county and yolo county continues to burn up to about eighty nine thousand acres and the last report about forty two to forty three percent contained is also a fire about fifteen thousand acres in lake county it's called a ponti fire and it's ninety five percent contained so it's just about out there will be boxing at the save mart center today with doors opening at four pm however there will not be about between jose ramirez and danny o'connor o'connor collapse that his way in yesterday suffering from dehydration which was caused by his trying to make weight he was subsequently hospitalized now the under cards will move up to be the main event the department of public health this confirming the first case of west nile virus in fresno county for two thousand eighteen officials say there have been nine symptomatic cases throughout the state of california no fatalities residents are being urged to use repellent and other methods of reducing contact with mosquitoes fresno police continue to search for the suspect to shot a man in the face thursday night shots bader said officers to the parking lot of a liquor store on butler and chestnut in the southeast portion of the city round ten thirty pm there a man in his forties was shot in the face but officers say the wounds not life threatening and he is expected to survive officers are now investigating this shooting is gang related and they ask anyone with information to gaul valley crime stoppers the.