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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
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"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
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
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"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.
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
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
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.
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
"napa county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"From ABC news John chops Iverson even deadlier and more destructive wildfire. Burning around reading in northern California to firefighters, and three members of the family have been killed the family at no time to evacuate neighbors say as flames swept through so fast houses. Exploded ABC's Alec stone, in, reading the fire activity here has been unlike anything firefighters. Have seen it's unprecedented fire commanders say unlike most fires, ago where the wind pushes a flames this one even without wind is expanding in, all directions causing tens of thousands of people. Who live in this area to back other fires forcing evacuations were Napa county and Mendocino county a. Few houses burned in Napa last night in an area hit hard and last year's fire season Stu William's. Stayed behind to protect his home and. Watch this part of. His, neighborhood went up in flames I've never seen it like this before just here. We go again President. Trump. Tweeting this morning that he'd be willing to shut down the government If Democrats don't vote for immigration. And border security he wants including a wall congressman Steve stivers Ohio Republican two-thirds of the Democrats are on a resolution to eliminate our immigration enforcement. System that keeps us safe from human trafficking, that keeps us safe from drugs and terrorists congressman Ben Ray Luhan New Mexico Democrat Senator speaker Paul Ryan that Republicans refuse to bring the. Dream act to the, floor, refused to bring the USA act which is a bipartisan. Bill to overturn President Trump's demeaning actions on dreamers both, on ABC's this week on how much of an impact the recordings former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen has or the report citing sources. That Cohen has said Mr. Trump noon advanced about the Trump Tower meeting former federal prosecutor an ex. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie now in ABC news contributor this is incredibly irresponsible stuff to be out there. It is not a Michael Collins best. Interest when he does..
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.
Judge largely rules for California in 'sanctuary state' fight
"In the eighties for most of the weekend today topping out of eighty four sixty nine on the coast mostly cloudy above us few clouds tonight low fifty two mid eighties for both saturday and sunday with mostly sunny skies round seventy though if you're on the coast and this morning temperatures mid to upper fifties for most of us fifty nine in windsor it's fifty eight degrees in petaluma and fifty eight in santa rosa to six oh seven at k sro in the news a federal judge is rejecting the trump administration's request to block california immigration laws the federal government sued the state in march claiming the california cannot obstruct immigration enforcement efforts bypassing socalled sanctuary laws yesterday's ruling onto laws by us judge in sacramento said the court was not convinced the state laws were intended to interfere with federal immigration enforcement meanwhile the judge put third sanctuary law on hold anna the county fires burning in yellow and napa counties it's now at pardon me eighty eight thousand acres and containment is up to thirty three percent the number of firefighters battling the blaze as of yesterday is increased to more than four thousand and the number of engines fighting the flames now to three hundred forty up from two hundred eighty no injuries have been reported the party fire scheduled to be fully contained by tomorrow now cal fire says we're pushing that back until tuesday and there's another one a fast moving fire in siskiyou county forcing evacuations and the governor has declared a state of emergency they're cal fire says the five thousand acre klamath on fire has destroyed several several structures is threatening more in horn brook a tiny town of about two hundred fifty people blaze broke out thursday around noon and exploded two.
Exchange student, teacher with 'lust for life' among those killed in Texas school shooting
"Communal services will be held this afternoon for a pakistani exchange student one of ten people murdered at a high school near houston and santa fe high school baseball team took to the field last night for a playoff game room schubert was still wearing his hospital bracelet up the game the baseball team collectively decided to play after being told by their coach that it was their call before the contest at deer park high school the teams join hands and prayed and a moment of silence was requested over the pa please rising eager moment silence tragic you visited place yesterday as santa fe high school santa fe lost the game but the team is being praised for its courage as the community continues to grieve clayton neville santa fe texas the us and china continue to work on a trade agreement trump administration economic adviser larry cudlow tells abc's this week it's potentially a win win situation as the tariffs come down and the barriers come down that gives us an opportunity for greatly increased exports sales and you know you've got to trust but verify ronald reagan's hobby that long time ago the house could be heading for an immigration showdown moderate republicans have been trying to gather enough signatures to force a vote on a bill to protect socalled dreamers from deportation and they've been promised democratic support some conservatives meanwhile scuttled the farm bill because gop leaders wouldn't i allow vote on a hardline immigration bill some lawmakers say that approach could act really benefit the discharge petition effort which republican leaders oppose and it could set the stage for what's known as queen of the hill votes on four immigration bills with the one winning a majority moving forward jerry bowed lender washington i'm ann cates hey brian sussman and katie green here for the case of a morning show we all remember the tragic explosion san bruno and the devastating fires in senova and napa counties of course we do of course and aside from the great told that this is taken on our communities there's another price that you pay your utility bills from the utility company found accountable so have you noticed a piping surcharge on your utility bill or a time of use letter from your utility company that says they're going to charge you more for your energy usage.
North Korean state media quiet on Kim Jong Un's overtures to Trump
"Punishment cannot be made harsher because of the walkouts political message the group urges students to check their schools policy unexcused absences camilo dominance ski npr news north korean state media has been silent on its upcoming summits with the us and south korea npr's elise hugh report south korea suspects as because pyongyang is being cautious north korean state media hasn't covered kim germans invitation to meet us president donald trump the tightly controlled state information arms did note a visit to pyongyang by south korean on voice last week during which south korea says kim invited south korean president moon jae in and us president trump for facetoface meetings further the foreign ministry in seoul says it has received no official response from the north about the usnorth korea summit trump last week agreed to a meeting with kim jong in by may the two koreas meanwhile will hold a summit at the interkorean border in april elite few npr news soul at least fifty people are dead after a plane crash in nepal officials say a passenger plane crashed and burst into flames while landing in kathmandu today dozens of people suffered injuries stocks are trading mixed on wall street at this hour the dow is down ninety seven points the nasdaq up thirty four the s p down a fraction this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt authorities in napa county have yet to explain why a former army rifleman killed three women and himself after a daylong siege at veterans home last friday they say albert wong slipped into a goingaway party for two employees of the pathway home home on the campus of the yacht bill veterans home let he let some people leave but he kept the three women one of the victim's relatives says wong was recently expelled from the program more coming up on forum a group representing private and religious schools across california is calling on national leaders to act to prevent gun violence the california association of independent schools published a letter in the san francisco chronicle and los angeles times yesterday maybe lazar leads burke lease a cold b lang and serves on the association's board he says educators at private and religious schools around the state have more freedom to speak out on gun safety issues if he gets more complicated com you for public schools because gift grocery chain of command and.
"napa county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Cone has struggled to raise money and energise crowds publicans are really worried and they're hoping that a visit from the president could energise base voters democrats say even a close loss would send them a positive sign that with the right message and the right candidate they can make inroads into traditional trump country this midterm season asthma followed npr news the us appears set to grant australia an exemption from president trump's new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports australian prime minister malcolm turnbull spoke to reporters in south australia state today after a phone conversation with president trump luisa lim is in melbourne it comes after eight months of lobbying by australia which even enlisted gulf the greg norman who is a personal friend of trump's in the afet their prime minister malcolm turnbull is certainly very pleased as he sat and will leave too one exemption from the new tariffs but industry need is a still warning it's only a partial victory a trade war would still with voted damage to the global economy and australia would not be exempt meanwhile president trump is suggesting in a tweet that an exemption for australia depends on what he calls a fair and reciprocal military agreement and says the two countries are quickly working on a deal this is npr news from kqed news i'm mina kim the hostage standoff at a veteran's home in napa county ended tragically last night the california highway patrol says a gun men and three women were found dead after days long standoff kqeds tiffany cam high reports the napa county sheriff coroner's office identified the alleged gunman as albert wong the suspect attacked the facility friday morning shooting at police before taking three hostages who worked for the pathway home an organization that helps vets deal with issues like post traumatic stress disorder the suspect was in army veteran and was described in police dispatch audio as carrying an assault rifle he was a participant of the pathway home program and was recently kicked out of it chp assistant chief chris child says authorities discovered the four bodies just after six p m last night tragedies lose one that we really hold me accountable for the bubble you give childs didn't give further details on a possible motive on tiffany cam high kqed news staying in the north pay people whose homes were burned down in the.
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"The gunman it happened in napa county at one of the country's largest veterans homes officials say former patient an army rifleman albert wong stormed the facilities standoff the went on for many hours coming to a deadly end california highway patrol assistant chief chris childs unfortunately made the discovery of three deceased females and one deceased male suspect suspects rental car outside he's been searched there were concerns about possible explosives inside nothing was found alex stone abc news in southern california one officer is dead and another wounded in a standoff with a barricaded suspect in pomona witnesses say the suspect ran into the building after a vehicle pursuit by police resident marco sanchez here called we'll have welcome back to the street and in his over here gunshots foolish erfurt i'd ribbon child who came out and we strongly gunpowder were evancho los angeles county sheriff's office tweeting that negotiators are still onscene former trump campaign aides sam noon burg appeared before a grand jury friday in the russia investigation he told abc news he believes president trump will be vindicated but has other theories i think it leads possibly the people in the campaign i think it leads to possibly possibly coordination on social media possible money laundering florida governor rick scott friday signing a state gun law passed in response to the parkland high school shooting that measure raises the age to buy guns to 21 it also give school the option of arming staff every student florida has a right to learn in a safe environment and every parent has a right to send their kids to school knowing that they will return safely at.
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"A cumulus station why did he do it for raid but no tanks i'm christopher cruise police say the man who shot and killed three mental health workers at a veteran zome in california yesterday was a 36yearold former soldier and patient of the workers but napa county sheriff's department says 36yearold albert wong was found dead at the young bill facility along with a three mental health workers who help veterans with ptsd four bodies were found after a daylong standoff at the largest veterans allman that country the tragic piece of news one that we were really hoping we wouldn't have to them before the public to give california highway patrol assistant chief chris childs and like to reassure the public that this scene has come to the conclusion that there is no further threat to public safety police say they don't know wyatt gunman walked it do going away party for some employees of a nonprofit group that helps veterans of the war in iraq and afghanistan suffering from ptsd and started shooting i'm dave alpert president trump will get the military parade he wanted washington on veteran's day and i've ever levelled but washington correspondent john stolnis reports of planning memo says the parade will only include wheeled vehicles because tanks could damage the capital street synagogue in says the parade will end with what they call a heavy air component with lots of airplanes flying overhead the president wanted to have his own military parade after being impressed by france's best steel day celebration in paris last year president will be in western pennsylvania later today to campaign for a republican congressional candidate who's in a surprisingly tight race about two hundred thousand customers are still without power in the northeast this morning days after a nor'easter swept through the region the reason to celebrate that's what are we going to do today i'm going to celebrate hot meal and a shower makes all the difference in the world and eat those people should have power backed by today daylight saving time begins early sunday morning most of the country except hawaii and most of arizona will set clocks i had one hour i'm christopher cruise.
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"Veterans home standoff gun control i'm barbara kusak the tragic into a daylong hostage situation at a veteran's home in northern california is correspondent david hilbert report three females in one meal we believe the mail was a suspect california highway patrol assistant chief chris childs made the grim announcement the names of the victims and the suspect we'll be released by the napa county sheriff worn on the soon as the next of kin his confronted been notified the bodies were discovered nearly eight hours after the gunman took multiple hostages at a goingaway party four employees of an organization which stirs veterans of the war in iraq and afghanistan suffering from ptsd the nra is suing the state of florida after its governor signed into law the first gun control legislation enacted in the state since the park land school massacre last month the nra suit filed in federal court focuses on the part of the law that raises the minimum age to buy a rifle from eighteen to twenty one a 17yearold alabama teen is facing manslaughter charges in a deadly school shooting in birmingham correspondent bill michaels reports prosecutor say michael barber will be tried as an adult prosecutors say two shots ring out at huffman high on wednesday killing 17yearold lim errington another male student was injured investigators initially said the shooting was an accident police said the charges were based on interviews with students in evidence from the scene the incident was the 14th school shooting in the us this year correspondent jan johnson reports a federal judge sentenced x pharmacetical executive martin shkreli to seven years in prison for securities fraud squarely was sentenced in federal court for lying to investors in two failed hedge funds he's also been ordered to pay a fine of seventy five thousand dollars in addition to an earlier requirement that he forfeit more than.
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"Didn't pay our big sprawling area and a lot of it didn't get evacuated they do they lost be down that uh that they didn't need to there are you know that they house a anywhere made hundreds hundred thousand veterans going all the way back to world war two and uh many of the program fear inpatient summer outpatient the the volunteer work that this group was going according to to relative safety this was an inpatient thing where they would bring in uh younger veterans those who had been in iraq and afghanistan help them through further issues uh but for many of the buildings in it looks like a a lotta hospital buildings from bending of the building they didn't have to be evacuated but obviously the one that was impacted that that one's been evacuated but the others still up and running to an extent but that they've still got the veterans the fbi as well the fbi the this is being led by the highway patrol because it's a state facility along with a napa county sheriff but that the fbi taking a major role it was the the the fbi team that we're gonna end with a full five and finally they tried all kinds of putting cameras in trying to to look through the windows for many hours uh there was some indication that he was talking to them at one point does it looks like that they had that accurate uh but uh eventually they had going with the robot and that's when they found him dead man i'm sure you will you up there are a guy coincidentally or do you come up from san francisco have wildly even up them ido i've actually in southern california right now we've been covering the whole david silk our now though i c span unbelievable live by incident up there i really appreciate coming on as.
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"Veterans affairs facility in northern california napa county police say he walked into a goingaway party for an employee had a rifle took hostages released some has been holding three others among the released hostages larry camers white i talk to her whole lot today she's uh she's little rattle no word on the gunman's motive president trump tweets that the deal to talk with north korea's leaders of deal still in the making conditions are required to his press secretary sarah sanders maximum pressure campaign we're not letting up we're not going to step back or make any changes to that we're going to continue in that effort and we're not gonna have this meeting take place until we see concrete actions that match the words and the rhetoric of north korea president trump's personal attorney michael cohen telling abc news eastbound from his own home equity line to pay off porn star stormy daniels to be quiet but an affair with mr trump abc's tom janas cohen using his trump organization email account to handle part of the bank transactions for the payment to daniels cohen says that proves nothing telling abc news i sent emails from the trump or email address to my family friends as well as trump business emails i basically used for everything i am certain most people could relate tax season scams abc's clayton send else's the irs will never ask you to pay taxes with a gift card amid the warnings from the irs about phone scams scammers unwittingly calling a midland texas police officer and currently illegal aliens unabashed use has been politicians he invited reviewed army big bottle at mount all fishing on named thousand one hundred forty gaudenzi officer daniel stays knows it's a scale and if i don't know listen forty five minutes what happens on his own you that gets an.
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"For junior wildcat strike what's the lens back on labour and makes it clear how much the media have missed along the way and we don't have labor is a b you don't see the contest you just see that oh my god the teachers are on strike in west virginia also what we might here if we actually took the time to listen to country music one of the things that we could here in country music if we listen is that why were often in denial that we have class differences countries songs every day are showing us otherwise it's all coming up after this mm live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbs in northern california police say a gunman is taken three people hostage at a veteran's home in napa county their employees of pathway program at the home now county sheriff john robertson we are approaching this is an active shooter situation there have been shots wire exchanged with our deputies and uh we uh we haven't received any reported injuries this time authorities wouldn't say oh this is backed a gunman entered the facility the larry cameras wife works for pathways mental health program and says she told him what happened on going away party for a couple of employees their lasteight or has caved in in a little bit of celebration and this man i'll do that with a gun and my wife and three other women were able to leave police say they know who the suspected gunman is that they're not releasing details at this time the.
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"I'm ari shapiro this hour will look at the risks and opportunities in a meeting between two leaders when there have not been indepth negotiations leading up to the summit day challenge of course is that this is in many ways diplomacy running backward also our review of the in politics looks a divisions in the republican party over tariffs the strong steel and aluminum industry are vital to our national security absolutely vital steel is still you don't have steel you don't have a country we'll talk with the european union's ambassador to the us about the eu response to the tariffs plus the return of american idle after this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbs in northern california police say a gunman is taken three people hostage at a veteran's home in napa county their employees of pathway program at the home napa county sheriff john robertson we are approaching this is an active shooter situation there have been shots wire exchange with our deputies and uh we uh we haven't received any reported injury at this time of authorities wouldn't say oh the suspected gunman entered the facility the larry cameras wife works for pathways mental health program and says she told him what happened was a goingaway party for a couple of employers though last soares caved them in a little bit of version of this man on them my wife and three women were able to leave we say they know who the suspect a gummen as but they're not releasing details at this time the facility in the heart of napa wine country has around one thousand residents it's one of the biggest veterans.
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"Napa county fire chief berry bearman says residents will continue to see flame smoke because you get back to your homes they you start recovering and you see smoke gets around there on if you have something that's close to your home as a threat to your home call nine one one but be advised the stuff that's up on the hillside that's in the middle of the burn that's no threat to going outside is going to continue until these rains come when you have this significant of the fire weeks after hurricane maria tore apart puerto rico residents are facing severe shortages of drinking water correspondent at luv dare reports the environmental protection agency is analysing tainted water supplies on the island took most of the week to get the results back in if believe that in these in this water are that there could be higher levels of toxic materials from industrial waste that is in those waters that could be caused serious health problems for people you period officials say it would require longterm exposure to that water at least seven people are hospitalized after an explosion on an oil rig near new orleans one person is missing this year's flu season could be a rock one versity medical center ceo dr victor police says this could be a virulent strain of flu what we're seeing in the southern hemisphere right now particular in australia is that they had a very very very severe flu season bush really tough about two and a half times more infections than the same period last year so we are basically anticipate we're going to have a very bad flu season but he says the hospital has stockpiles vaccines for the new h three n two stream and urges everyone especially those at least sixty years old to take the.
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"Has been declared in napa county debris from you buildings spell burned buildings all homeschool contain toxic substance is due to the presence of synthetic all hazardous materials county public health officer dr keren released show says county residents should not attempt to clean up any firerelated debris president trump friday accused iran of violating the landmark two thousand fifteen international nuclear accord blaming the iranians four litany of sinister be hey vior defense secretary james mattis as he knows what his first priority is going to be personally i want to do a good talk to alive and talk to them about their perception of veron myth behavior uh and where there basically i do when things the in the thick of nuclear on one hand and think of everything else on the other i wanna go talked about the everything else president did stopped short on making good on a campaign pledge to rip up the agreement or pulling the us out of or imposing nuclear options on iran afghan officials say a us drone strike has killed fourteen islamic state militants in a remote area in afghanistan's eastern kunar province the strike took place on thursday afternoon in each district an area that's not under government troll and where the islamic state group has managed to establish a presence a cargo plane chartered by the french military crashed in the atlantic go shen on its approach to the international airport in avi john killing four crewmembers from moldova and injuring six others for moldova and france ten people were on board bottom of the ninth inning just starting in the american league championship series and it's still tied one of peace the yankees against the astros later on tonight it'll be the dodgers take king on the cubs this.
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"Napa county president trump is using twitter to send a warning to puerto ricans struggling through the aftermath of hurricane maria is then as jeff bennett tells us trump tweeted this morning federal relief workers cannot stay on the island forever in a series of tweets president trump said puerto rico's electrical grid an infrastructure were of disaster before the hurricanes trump roof that congress will decide how much federal money to appropriate to the island for its recovery efforts adding quote we cannot keep fema the military and the first responders who have been amazing under the most difficult circumstances npr forever senate minority leader chuck schumer shot back at trump's comments writing on twitter quote why you contain can you to treat puerto ricans differently than other americans when it comes to natural disasters since maria struck puerto rico last month local officials say most of the island remains without electricity and much of it without running water jeff bennett npr news washington the president is praising the pakistani government for helping to secure the release of an can woman and her family who have been held hostage for years by terrorists in afghanistan we hope to see this type of cooperation and teamwork in helping secure the release of remaining hostages an and our future joint counterterrorism operations us officials notified pakistani authorities about the families location prompting local forces to movin kaelin coleman and her husband josh will boil a canadian citizen were kidnapped five years ago while hiking in afghanistan eur three children were born in captivity at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up nine points this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt will be with you all day bringing you the latest information on the wildfires in the north day that thousands of firefighters battling those fires that have destroyed thousands of homes and businesses in the north they are starting a push back against the fires advanced the two largest fires or the 42000 acre atlas fire east of napa and the thirty four thousand acre tubs fire burning near callous stoger and santa rosa last night cal fire announced the tubs fire is ten percent contained agency spokesman daniel burlap says the atlas fire is three percent contained while the containment figures are still relatively low progress is being made we are holding back the.
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"Not even close to control and jennifer gently live from the twenty four hour kfi newsroom this state fire chief has predicted the massive northern california wildfires we'll keep getting worse before they get better now vacuous inns were ordered yesterday including for the whole tourist town of calisto get in napa county abc's ally soon said officials are warning it might take weeks to get all of these fires under control of forecasters not look promising harrods i groundhog day it's the same thing over and over warm dry and windy for ready days become the firefighters just cannot get a break since sunday night more than thirty five hundred buildings have been destroyed in at least twenty three people have been killed by lass last night police in cinema county said two hundred eighty five people were still listed as missing that's a little less than half of all the people missing were reported incident on the county since these fires started and halfmarathon planned for this weekend in san francisco has been canceled virgin sport says the wildfires several miles north are too much of an airquality concern delis to fire department insignia has been in multiple locations over the last few weeks from houston the miami mexico city the nap napa the block letters la fda had been spotted a disaster after disaster a very proud of the capability los angeles fire department chief romped rosza says just this week a five engine strike team was sent north to help with fires in that part of the state while another strike to you wasn't south to help with the anaheim hills fire on constantly a maze of the capabilities of our people on their passion to return why's it properly all the meanwhile therocess as firefighters were ready to respond to emergencies in the city in la kris ankarlo kfi news orange county fire officials say they expect to fully contain a what hazard california inmate firefighters are typically paid two dollars there's a day for each day they work in the fire.
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"Hits close to home your you have your own home in napa county and the fire you were telling us has gotten very close to you last night was a tough night for napa county especially in the area west of the city of napa they had to expand the evacuation zone are significantly becomes the winds of shifted and as you can probably tell right now the winds are picking up here in the noma county and it just underscores the volatility of the situation here this fire judy is very far from being under control and in fact the sheriff's department has stopped limited escorts that they were doing earlier today to allow people to retrieve medicines and other critical provision because they're just to worry that it's getting to jane dressed now with this wind clearly a long way to go before this is resolved in any way mean a camp thank you very much near welcome judy in the day's other news the white house announced president trump is nominated curious nail nielsen for secretary of homeland security she is currently deputy chief of staff if the white house nielsen work for then secretary john kelly at homeland security and then move with him when he became white house chief of staff north korea fired off a new verbal assault against president trump today the country's foreign minister charged that the president has quote lift the whic of war read yawning ho told the russian news agency we need to settle the final score only with a hail of fire not words meanwhile u s b one bombers flew new drills with south korean warplanes over the korean peninsula china is vowing to protect its territorial claims in the south china sea after us warships sailed near disputed islands the destroyer uss chafee pass close to the paracel islands yesterday to assert free madam of navigation writes in beijing the foreign ministry denounced the move as a violation of china's sovereignty meziane the you're wasting late the relevant us worships actions violated chinese laws related international laws seriously undermine china's security interests an endangered the lives and safety of the personnel of both both countries on the front line he's the chinese government will continue to defend its interests with firm measures china claims almost all of the south china sea and the islands there as its territory a scandal engulfing japan's kobe steel deepened.
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"Community here and along with santa rosa what else is under threat at this point the napa county that's the alice fires 25000 acres the tubs fire here in santa rosa is twenty seven thousand acres that went up about two thousand acres overnight although we won't really get more estimates on acreage until the sun comes up because that's usually win that you know they need to be the ceased stopped but there was another fire here in the area overnight with more evacuations over twenty thousand people have had to evacuate this fire stretch for miles thirty forty miles up and down this area of california you just see bernie you drive up it down what awad which is the major highway through the area you just see burke the freeway itself was on fire when i was driving up and down it yesterday the would that holds the the metal guard rails the those would pylons were on fire in people have described as like whoa of watching a living hell on of course why wouldn't it be when you're looking at a picture that you're describing here in the meantime why is it so much worse now i mean we always have these fires we always have the wind is it more wind is it a perfect storm of other things that have come together what are we know yeah it is kind of a perfect storm and the ironic thing is we had one of the wettest winters that we've had here in california which we need it so badly but we adding was super super just soaked with rain but that the the summer was dry dried out and then you come into october when you have the dry conditions and the wind and from the people that i've talked to they said the wind was like nothing they've ever heard or seen on sunday night and that's what they're thinking the problem was here is the wind down so many power lines which sparked so many fires that's why we're dealing with up to fifteen fires here and it's not just one fire we're talking about these power lines with transformers were popping all.