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5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System

The KFBK Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

5 Rockets Fired at Kabul Airport Were Intercepted by Defense System

"Some form of evacuation this morning. The defense system designed to protect Kabul airport took down as many as five rockets on Monday. Here's NBC's Tracy Park this morning reports of a rocket strike and gunfire. Near Kabul's international airport after an explosion Sunday. Signs of dangerous the U. S continues evacuations ahead of tomorrow's deadline. U. S official said. The automated system detects incoming rockets and uses a machine gun to destroy them before they can

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Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Remains of Service Members Slain in Kabul Arrive Back in U.S.

"Remains of the 13 service members killed in last Thursday's suicide bombing outside the Kabul airport have landed at Delaware's Dover Air Force Base president and Mrs Biden on hand. ABC News chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz one by one, They come off the plane in battle dress uniforms and white gloves. Teams from the Army, Navy and Marines carrying their fallen brothers and sisters in arms, These young, courageous Americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey. Gate of Kabul's airport to protect American citizens and Afghans trying to evacuate.

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Reagan Presidential Library Adds COVID-19 Mandates for Special Event Visitors

American Warrior Radio

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Reagan Presidential Library Adds COVID-19 Mandates for Special Event Visitors

ESPN Explores Sports-Betting Deal Worth at Least $3 Billion

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

ESPN Explores Sports-Betting Deal Worth at Least $3 Billion

"A few short years ago. But, of course, sports betting has come a long way in terms of being acceptable. So ESPN, one of the biggest brand in all of sport, is looking at a deal where they would license their brand to sports books at Caesars or draft kings. And if they cut a deal, it's going to be worth probably at least $3 billion to ESPN in a licensing deal for their

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Galt Officer Dies After Crash While en Route to Caldor Fire

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Galt Officer Dies After Crash While en Route to Caldor Fire

"99 officer harm under gray wall was responding to the Calgary fire with another officer when their patrol car was struck by a Dodge Ram pickup on Sunday. The second officer, Capri Herrera, is hospitalized after the crash that also killed the driver of the Dodge The fast moving Dixie Fire will likely see an increase in fire

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Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul

"U. S Service members were killed and 18 others wounded in a complex attack around Kabul's airport today. CBS News Pentagon correspondent CAMI McCormick has the latest Hard day today, the Central Command's general Kenneth Mackenzie, on the attacks in Kabul. Two suicide bombers assessed to have been Isis fighters detonated in the vicinity of the abbey Gate at Hamid Karzai International Airport and in the vicinity of the Baron Hotel, which is immediately adjacent. He says Isis gunmen then opened fire on civilians and military forces. McKenzie says the evacuation mission will continue. Even though there are more imminent threats, including rocket attacks and vehicle borne suicide bombers. That could happen, he says. At any

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Toxic Algae Blooms Eyed in Deaths of Family of 3 on Hiking Trail

The KFBK Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Toxic Algae Blooms Eyed in Deaths of Family of 3 on Hiking Trail

"This morning. Investigators say toxic algae blooms may have caused the deaths of a California couple, their one year old daughter and the family dog. The Mariposa family was found dead along a Sierra National Forest trail this week. Police say there's no visible body trauma in autopsies and toxicology tests will be conducted on the family and on the

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Amazon to Stream Academy of Country Music Awards in 2022

The KFBK Morning News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon to Stream Academy of Country Music Awards in 2022

"May need a new subscription to see a long running away. Court show. Amazon has acquired the rights to the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards, saying it will mark the first time a major awards show has been live streamed exclusively genus Rivetti Bloomberg Radio. Here's Bob

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Rattlesnake Rattles Use Auditory Illusion to Trick Human Brains

The KFBK Morning News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Rattlesnake Rattles Use Auditory Illusion to Trick Human Brains

"That rattlesnakes? Yes. What about them? We see a lot of them this time of year. They had figured out that the rattle of a rattlesnake is a whole another language on its own. Okay? Yeah. This is out of National Geographic this morning and that rattlesnakes have evolved to try to trick humans into thinking they're closer than they are. So we think they're closer than they are because they change the frequency of their rattles. You know? I'm not so I'm not sure that I really care how close they are. If I hear that rattle, I'm I'm out. Yeah, I know. I appreciate you don't have to trick me. I appreciate this trying to warn me, but I mean things like they're finding out things that ground squirrels can use a rattlesnakes rattling frequency to tell how dangerous the snake is, and they know that snakes that have just given birth. Are more aggressive with their rattles. Oh, I would imagine. So it's very interesting

Les Paul's Number One Goes Up for Auction

Pat Walsh

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Les Paul's Number One Goes Up for Auction

"Oaks Theatre festival dot com. Thanks, Kendall. Nice job. Thank you, everyone for trying Appreciate that less. This is amazing to me right here. If you're a music fan, this is amazing. Les Paul, his number one Gibson guitar. Is headed to auction Les Paul. Unbelievable. The most historically significant valuable Pivotal, important guitar. Of Les Paul is up for sale. The earliest approved model of the Gibson Les Paul, owned by Les Paul himself. I mean, the earliest approved model of this great guitar. Les Paul, himself, known affectionately as Number one is headed to auction. The law is going to be part of the upcoming exceptional sale taking place

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Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Caldor Fire Explodes, Leveling Parts of a California Town

"Exploding in the last 24 hours. The cow fire now was re rebounding folks from the Dixie Fire to help out and those displaced in the Dixie fire or trying to secure relief funds to the hell to help with the loss of businesses and homes. Traffic and weather together

Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire

The KFBK Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Newsom Declares State of Emergency in El Dorado County Due to Caldor Fire

"Customers in 18 counties to prevent winds from knocking down power lines and starting more fires. Cal Fire says the caliber fire has now burned 30,000 acres is 0% contained and to the North California's largest wildfire in history. The Dixie fires burning within eight miles of the city of Susan Ville.

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 Halle Berry Sued by Former UFC Fighter, Cat Zingano, Over Movie

The KFBK Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Halle Berry Sued by Former UFC Fighter, Cat Zingano, Over Movie

"This is very sweet when you know to get a finish. Um uh um You know, I've always loved getting the finish. I've always loved that thrill of the quit. That's a former UFC fighter who is suing Halle Berry TMZ reporting that Cat Zingano says that Barry didn't follow through with her promise to give her a movie role. The lawsuit claims that Barry told Zingano to keep her schedule clear in 2019 because she was perfect for the film. Barry is directing its called bruised The fighter claims to have turned down a big fight with the U. S. C and Zingano never got the part. So she's not suing for damages to get it in writing, and we talked about yesterday for the first time we had reported that Halle Berry was getting this is her directoral

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Cuomo Resigns: What We Know and What's Next

Car Pro

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Cuomo Resigns: What We Know and What's Next

"Was a shocking announcement from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo This week. The three term governor of New York will step down and be replaced by Lieutenant governor Kathy Huckle, despite denying any claims of Sexual harassment. Cuomo said he had become too much of a distraction and wanted the state to move forward. Even as his governorship comes to an end, however, Governor Cuomo could still be facing some legal challenges. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter ski, We went up the mountain. We went down the mountain. New Yorkers flatten the curve. It wasn't all that long ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo captivated the country with his briefings about Covid 19 is frank talk and some legitimate successes bolstered his profile. With success, though, came criticism he killed thousands and thousands of people. Cuomo faced questions about an early decision to return hospital patients to nursing homes and whether his administration later tampered with statistics whether he gave friends and family access to covid 19 tests when they weren't widely available, and whether he improperly used state resources to help him write a book American Crisis. Leadership lessons from the Covid 19 pandemic. State Assemblyman Charles Levine opened an impeachment investigation in the Judiciary Committee into those allegations and the accusations of women who accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. You know when there are two women, there are more than two Charlotte Bennett was among 11 women who state Attorney General Letitia James said she believed when they talked to her investigators about Cuomo's behavior. Governor. Cuomo said his instinct was to fight but at the start of the week his top aide had told him she would resign. And Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty gave Cuomo no way out of possible impeachment. I am not negotiating any deals. On Tuesday, Cuomo announced he would resign the best way I can help now. As if I step aside, he made clear, though he thought the investigation was political and biased in my mind. I've never cross the line with anyone. But I didn't realize the extent to which the line has been redrawn.

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End-to-End Encryption Now Covers Messenger Video and Audio Calls

ABC News Perspective

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

End-to-End Encryption Now Covers Messenger Video and Audio Calls

"Facebook is extending the option to use and to an encryption for messenger voice and video calls. That means no one, including Facebook, and see or listen or know what was said Some governments have pressured the company to end the service because it is popular with people trying to hide from authorities. However, this will also keep calls from law abiding citizens from hackers and

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UN Chief Says Afghanistan Spinning out of Control; US Evacuates Diplomats

KFBK Outdoor Show

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

UN Chief Says Afghanistan Spinning out of Control; US Evacuates Diplomats

"The Taliban continues to take control of parts of Afghanistan. The secretary general of the U. N. Warns Afghanistan is spiraling out of control. US Marines have arrived in Kabul to support the evacuation. ABC News Could troop contributor Tom Bossert was a former homeland security adviser to President Trump and criticizes how President Biden is handling the withdrawal. He's now this month continued to say We weren't there. The Nation state build And not acknowledge some of the other, more obvious counterterrorism objectives of our presence there, and the timing of this has led to a very predictable Taliban

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Who Qualifies for a Coronavirus Booster Shot?

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Who Qualifies for a Coronavirus Booster Shot?

"Adults with compromised immune systems receive a booster shot of a coronavirus vaccine enables all persons 12 in order to obtain a third just in the primary care series to increase the protection. This comes one day after the FDA granted emergency approval of a third dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines booster will be given to people who do not produce inadequate immune response after getting two doses of the vaccine. Specifically HIV and cancer patients. The unanimous move from the CDC advisory panel was highly anticipated as the Delta Variant continues to spread across the U. S. But during his vaccine can be distributed to adults, 18 and up fighters vaccine can be distributed People ages 12 and up.

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Facebook Delays Return to Office Until January 2022

Tom Sullivan

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Facebook Delays Return to Office Until January 2022

"Delaying its return to their Menlo Park office until next year. Yesterday, Facebook announced it will delay its plan to return US employees to their offices until January due to the ongoing concerns with the Covid 19 Delta variant Facebook, following other companies pushing back their returns as

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Kfbk Some tiger under. Well, it looks like a Tiger King spinoff is not happening. After all, the show became a hit. On Netflix last year as the pandemic began and was set to continue on Amazon Prime video, But Amazon pulled the plug on the project. Nicholas Cage says he read to excellent scripts, but things that just took too long for this all to come together. He was supposed to play Joe exotic. Nicolas Cage as Joe exotic. I'm so sad that's not gonna happen. I would have been amazing cages also working, though, on a new movie where he stars as himself, and that comes out in April. So that probably an easier job to do probably would have done a great job, though I think is Tiger King. You just You just wonder, though they probably he probably looks at this and they calculate mega. This might not be a good Yeah, it's not as hot as it was during the pandemic when we're all on lockdown. 6 40. Now let's check traffic as we do every 10 minutes. And here's Brian Nobles. This report is brought by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency Right now, nothing out of the ordinary getting around Sacramento, 80 from Roseville, nine minutes to the Cap City Split Cap City. Nine. Both ways between the splitting highway 50 13 minutes to downtown from El Grove doesn't matter whether you're out of choice is five or 99 50 looks good all the way in from the foothills. Right down through the bass like great Eldorado Hills over the Scott grade through false and get down to Folsom Boulevard and downtown is just 18 minutes away from Woodland on I five no delays across the yellow bypass right past the airport. Woodland Downtown's 20 minutes 16 minutes in from Davis. He found 80 across the causeway. Just a spot of heavy traffic going the other way as you head out across the causeway at West Capital. If you're fully vaccinated, but still want to wear a face covering at work, you still can California's updated rules for Covid 19 prevention in the workplace. Protect you learn more at safer at work dot C a dot gov traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk. Sunny today. High near 90 mostly clear low tonight 57 tomorrow Sunny with a high near 86 sunny and a high around 89 the weekend as we take ahead at this point, looking.

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05:21 min | 1 year ago

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"Children. Floor pie. Reppas is approved for use on more than 80 crops, including oranges, Berries, grapes, soybeans, almonds and walnuts through California banned sales of the pesticide through last year, and attorneys for the plaintiffs say the chemical is still impacting Central Valley farmland. Well, if you've heard of silicon values, of course you have What about Sola Con Valley? South Korea is becoming a hotbed for big tech startups. It's home to 10 unicorns, young private companies valued at more than a billion dollars. That's according to CB insights. That makes it the third largest hub for such companies in the Asia Pacific region. The Wall Street Journal's Francis Yun took a look at what's behind the growth. These are the types of companies that you see in developed markets like the U. S. And Europe as well. But what's really astonishing about what's going on in Korea is like how fast they're able to gain traction. How fast are able to get no new users and that really helps to drive the growth and valuation in such a fast way. It's even faster than some of the things that you see sometimes The U. S. So what's happening now, At this point in time that's allowing these businesses to emerge. June says It is all about the smartphone countries reaching a point where, with almost everyone owning a smartphone or a mobile phone, they're using this to buy merchandise and food and things like that on apps, and it's reached the point where you know there's so much demand for this type of technology that a lot of startups are booming up all over the country. South Korea and soul in particular is very wired and tech companies see the country as a new market, where they increased conveniences that have become commonplace in the U. S. And it helps that South Korean government views technology in a very favorable way. Like China, they see it as something that could help drive economic growth for the country. They know that as economic growth becomes more competitive and challenging that they really see this need to build 10 companies at home. As a very important source of future growth, And they're also mindful of how big these U. S companies are becoming much more powerful, and I think the Korean government wants to see that happen within their own home ground. Yun says The government helps tech companies with anything from research to support with taxes, even funding and that makes South Korea a very attractive country for companies who are looking to build. Tech based somewhere outside the U. S. And that whole area of the world. Wasn't in South Korea, but I was in China. This was years ago, and I remember looking around the cell phones that people were using and thinking. I've never seen that before. I've never seen that before. I've never seen that before. I mean, so technologically. They kind of skipped over all the infrastructure of hard line landline phones and right to cell phone technology and have been really at the forefront. You know, for a very long time, so it makes sense that you would see a tech hub spring up in one of the The Asian Pacific or Asian countries. So it only be a matter of time that that would happen. Wouldn't you think? Because Silicon Valley Silicon Valley, but there has to be some competent, probably competition now for minds. And hearts of people that want to be entrepreneurs and move ahead and there there is a new opportunity, and I wonder how this global corporate tax is going to play into this as well. I mean, you have countries now. I mean, we all know about the tax burdens in California. And so maybe it's just cheaper to do it. You know, in South Korea or or Miami or Texas they're going to wherever what's it called again? What are you calling the global corporate solar con Sola Con Valley? What we need to do is buy a house there. That's right now right now and and hold on to it. We'll get on that. All right, Let's get outside Check traffic. Brian Nobles is standing by Brought to you this time around by quick, quack carwash. If you're on, I 80 making the drive from Roosevelt. Nothing out of the ordinary for your commute. Nine minutes gets into the cap city Split cap sitting nine minutes. Either way between the splitting highway 50. It's still 13 minutes in from El Grove on I five on 99. It's a 22 minute drive. The slowing starts at floor in the accident is further up the road just past 12th Avenue. The right lane is blocked. CHP. Is there 50 westbound from Folsom Still 18 minutes to downtown from Woodland on I five. It's 2016 to get in from Davis C Span 80 across the causeway got some slowly developing the other way, just as you head toward Davis westbound at West Capital. But at this point is pretty brief. Did you know it takes about three minutes to eat up a frozen burrito? The best thing you can do in three minutes is get a rain repelling triple foaming tire shining undercarriage rust inhibiting carwash with membership. Quick quack home of the three minute shine just a serious directions, too quick quack traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way. Home Traffic Center news 93.1 kfbk. Plenty of sunshine today with a high of 87 to 91 clear and cool tonight, though, 54 to 58 bright and sunny tomorrow high 80 to 92 sunshine for Thursday with a high of 84 to 88. Immaculate air meteorologist Joe Lundberg on news 93.1 kfbk hotspot right now. 70 degrees in plaster. Ville Carmichael.

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03:53 min | 1 year ago

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"93.1 kfbk time now to get over to cap trust and shot with Kelly Brothers. So The Wall Street Journal reporting that this die all investment company Wants to, perhaps by a portion of the Kings and other teams. Do we know anything about die? All who are they? You know, they're part of a unit of a newly public company called Blue Owl Capital. You know, these are all these are companies just I mean, there's so much money out there that people are just looking for new ways to invest it. For longer term growth. And in this case what their their strategy is to go out and buy about 5% of maybe six different teams and see how that goes. And then maybe double that again. But it looks like the Kings are selling a 5% stake to dial capital for 1.5 billion. I'm sorry not in 41.5 billion, but at evaluation of 1.5 billion Um and this. Supposedly they have a similar deal already in place with the Phoenix Suns, which are a market market about the size of Sacramento. However, their team obviously doing much better than Than ours in that they're still playing there in the NBA finals, actually, but they hope to, uh, to to do it with a number of other teams to we don't we do not know if this is the vector on the D V, a selling 5% of his stake. Or whether it's every owner selling 5% of the entire stake in aggregate. But it'll be interesting to see how the league reacts to this because, remember the league put in place new rules after the King's last Kings deal with the Blues because there were so many community owners they didn't want to have to deal with that many owners so Still waiting to hear if the league has any problem with this market overall today, higher building on all time highs set on Friday. Black widow Marvel's newest movie came out $80 million at the box office. And 60 million in streaming. So very successful weekend for that movie, And for that producer, Let's check the real time numbers doubt 61 at 34 9 31. NASDAQ up nine points the S and P up eight points at 43 77. Gold down six oil down a drop 10 year bond yield 1.375. All right. Kelly do appreciate that very much. Here's Kitty O'Neil with a look at what's coming up here this afternoon. Christina and Sam. She's one of the few women to own a major construction company. We'll hear about her recent projects on our building a better Sacramento segment this afternoon. That program begins at four o'clock. Okay, time for what year? What happened on this July? 12th the with Albert Parnell? Yes, the first year I'm starting with this year 1979. And that's when disco demolition night occurred. It was in Chicago, Comiskey Park against the White Hawks and the Tigers. They're opposed to blow up a bunch of disco albums in between games, but it went horribly wrong, and it was basically a riot. I'm really fans are two rushing the field, forcing the White White Sox to Fort Fit the second. What year was that? 1979. I remember that and they tore up the turf of Committee Park. Totally. Oh, yeah. They ripped out all the grass. And that's back when the Chicago White Sox used to wear shorts Oh, that didn't last to one slide into second base and that Oh, yeah, that policy was reversed. Pain, uh, kind of road rash. No. Keep it on the sports theme year 1996. That's when Michael Jordan Signed a $30 million.01 year contract. That was actually the biggest contract for one year in sports history at that time, still big Yeah. Oh, yeah, 30 Millions Big no matter no matter when where you are, Yeah, they don't do one year contracts anymore. Now it's too Yes to have at least two years, right? Yep. And the last one that I have is the year 1950..

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03:23 min | 1 year ago

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"Your pocket. Why have propane prices risen so much this year? Wall Street Journal reporter Ryan. December, says that there are a couple of primary reasons number one, he says the stay at home orders so propane, unlike oil demand remained steady throughout the pandemic. It didn't plunge and the reason for that is around the world. A lot of people use it for cooking at home, and, of course, being at home, and you know, people were cooking just as much as ever. They were also heating their homes a lot more because they weren't going to work. For those that that use propane as a a heating fuel. Okay, so number one there the stay at home orders, and that's what's causing propane prices to go up, he said. Number two Chinese factories, The other big thing that happened is in recent years, the abundance of propane That has hit the market because of the shale boom in the U. S. Has prompted chemical makers in Asia to build factories that specifically use propane to make plastics. A lot of older facilities can toggle between different feedstocks, depending on price. Lot of these new facilities only use propane and there's such big machines and factories. They didn't shut down during the pandemic because it really hard to get started. So demand really remain study around the world while other types of petroleum demand decline. Okay, so let's take a look ahead on top of all of this propane, also a major fuel used In the like to power of fork lifts all kinds of things around ports and warehouses. So the more we return to work, the more prices are likely to increase, he says. And he says, you can strategize with your propane purchases, especially in the U. U. S. People may want to fill up the propane tanks. Now, if they think that you know, prices are going to rise, which a lot of banks on Wall Street. A lot of analysts think will happen. And the reason is is because, despite the recent rise in oil, natural gas prices, producers around the world and particularly in the US are holding back on drilling. They have been trained by their investors to be, you know, focused on profitability and not just volume. They were really stung last year by the collapse in oil prices and drillers have been really shy about drilling and, of course, and we've seen big reductions in the amount of activity and that's you know, leaving supplies a little short, while demand remains study and in fact is booming around the world. Okay, not just Propane Wall Street Journal this morning coffee Coffee prices soar after bad harvests insatiable demand global consumption set to exceed production This year. Brazil has been hit with the worst drought driven drop in output in almost 20 years, so your coffee is gonna go up. We talked about this earlier in the program. Wall Street Journal Interesting article today again talking about, they surveyed a number of leading economists. Who are all saying, Look, this inflation thing is not a one off deal. You know the folks at the Federal Reserve and Janet Yellen said. Well, we think this is all going to go away. Uh, many of the leading economists are saying, No, it's going to consistently go up through at least 2023, maybe beyond. So we'll not only inflation but shrink. Flay shin. What you buy. The products you buy are going to get smaller. So they make the packaging smaller. They give you less stuff. You pay the same price or sometimes peanut butter, orange juice, toilet paper all of that. So they say, Well, we're not raising your prices. Wow. But we're giving you list. All right, Let's stop depressing people. Let's get out to traffic.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"News 93.1 kfbk. From California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's new 93.1 a FBK Good morning to you. 8 30 on this Monday, July 12th. I'm Christina Madonsela. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending at this hour this morning. The Wall Street Journal Reporting is expected to be announced this week that 5% of the Sacramento Kings will be sold to dial Capital New In the eight o'clock hour. A hiker is safe in Placer County after being rescued by a helicopter. Also this morning fighter expected to talk about its covid vaccine booster today with federal health officials, those stories and more straight ahead out to the roads. We go with Mr Brian Nobles supporters backed by Dewey, Past Control, West Down Highway 50. This is being described as a little bit past graduates. Hazel before Bradshaw got an accident. Reportedly, the Middle Lane is blocked and ambulances responding. CHP is on the way there as well. Details are just coming in speed sensors, so do indicate traffic is starting to back up 50 westbound just before Bradshaw. It's time Get out and enjoy life. Get rid of all those creepy critters called Dewey past and termite now with 33 branches statewide. Get Dui's free inspection and ask about the $100 radio discount search. Do we passed dot com slash radio traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the money leading the way. Home Traffic center news 93.1 kfbk. All right, Let's take a look at your weather forecast. Luckily, not as hot as it has been mostly sunny today, a bit breezy side this afternoon with a high of 91 to 95, then clear tonight with little of 56.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"The National Park designation did prompt their visit. I think it put more of an urgency just for like Wanting to cross off my list, but it's been on his list for years. So we were definitely gonna come here no matter what, Like we send the visitor center. It's almost shape like a cannon called the Grand Canyon of the East. Endless wall didn't just offer some great views of the river and trees. So you literally of the diamonds point After our Conversation with our new friends from Pittsburgh can see the New River Gorge Bridge, which is the bridge. In West Virginia. Which we drove over unexpectedly did not realize what we were doing. The 3000 FT Steel behemoth is one of the largest single span arch bridges in the entire world. It's almost 1000 FT. High in a state landmark, and it's kind of everywhere you see it on postcards. You can even see it depicted on one side of their state quarter. And we wanted to go see the bridge up close. Then we would descend down to the new river. But on our way we met a couple first time hikers of the new just like us. A couple of chapters of quick, which is a queer focused climbing group. Brenda and Helena were part of the group, Helena had been to a few national parks ourself into the Grand Canyon. Katya National Park insanity, according to their leader, Brian, though the New River Gorge might be getting more attention now that it's a national park, But for those who live in the surrounding area, the secrets kind of been out. Timing hasn't changed. Hiking hasn't changed to my knowledge right at the end of the trail head Saw the river from a very high point wouldn't want to fall wouldn't want to climb. The winding drive to the bridge was slow and steady on the one way road.

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05:25 min | 1 year ago

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"It's a great reminder about quality over quantity. I like that. Well, Professor Alan says. We need to be careful about mistake in what he called a social network of superficial friends. With a deep and long term relationship. You know, I would just like to say here that you know he's calling all social media friendships, a superficial and I don't think that's true. I think that I think he was just saying many. Yes. Okay, well, you know, I think he's talking about the people that are just friends on on social media. They aren't people that you already know. In thinking about his advice. We got interested in how big circle of close friends should be or how big it could be. From a practical standpoint. Well, it turns out that some serious research has been done on this topic at no less than Oxford University in England. I think they probably did a pretty good job. The research was done by Robin Dunbar, who is a professor of evolutionary psychology. What an interesting field evolutionary psychology. I suppose we can infer from that that the folks at Oxford anyhow are concluding that we are evolving psychologically, so good news there, Although from time to time I have to say I'm not sure but I'm just going to go with them that we are evolving psychologically. After all, it is Oxford. Yes, indeed. At any rate, Professor Dunbar says. Five is the number of friends most of us can maintain a close friendship with and he defines that is having meaningful contact every week with those individuals to maintain the close friendship. Now, what's his interesting Because this is we're talking about meaningful, significant contact with each of your five close friends in addition to everything else you do every week. All the work all the family commitments and all the other stuff, So that's no small amount of investment in that relationship. Next, Professor Dunbar says 12 to 15 is the number of friends who aren't in the close friend Circle. But you wouldn't want them to know that, huh? So the close friends are five sort of like the next circle is that is 12 to 15. How much can we have in all and all on the wider scale, Professor Dunbar says the average person can only have a maximum of 150 friends, including all the folks we just talked about, plus casual friends, But you don't see very much, but you might, you know, still invite them to a party or wedding or a big event Exactly. He says. The most important ones are the close friendships. Quality beats quantity and if you can maintain and nurture those close friendships. The payoff, according to Professor Dunbar, and many other researchers, is a long, healthier, happier life. So good news. Close friendships can help us live longer, happier and healthier. Guess what else can do that dancing? A new study has found that dancing is much more powerful than regular exercise when it comes to keeping the brain healthy and even reversing signs of aging in the brain. The studies from the Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Magdeburg, Germany, It's a police you've probably never heard of. If that's in what used to be East Germany and actually what I spent a little time looking it up. It's a big university town. It's a it's a major city. It's just not one of those places that we've heard much about. But anyhow, they have a world class center for neurodegenerative diseases, and what they found out about dancing is really interesting. Part of what they found isn't news because we've known for some time. That exercise in general has a very beneficial anti aging effect. But this study is based on comparing the benefits of regular exercise and dancing to see which is better for our brain. Yeah, what they did was the researchers worked once a week for 18 months with two groups of senior volunteers, and then they measured the changes in their brains. One group Fitness exercises like walking or cycling every week, The other group learned routines in different kinds of dance things like jazz tango square dancing line dance. While the study found that both groups had a positive anti aging effect in the part of the brain that controls memory. Learning and balance. But the dance group had by far the biggest benefit. You know, it's not a surprise, but this is by no means the first time we've encountered the unique power dance a couple of years ago. One of our most memorable shoots when we were doing the TV show. We were doing a Brain Hill series for the show, and we came across a study from Canada's McGill University. Now they used tango for 12 weeks with 40 patients who had Parkinson's disease, and they found significant improvement in both functional mobility. And brain benefits while we were shooting in New York City. Where are you know Michele Bernhardt, who's on the show with us, and she's been on the television show with us for a few years, and she lives in New York, and she takes tangle lessons. And since we were doing this story on the brain, we thought it would be good to get some video of tango dancing or dancing with Michelle and and hopefully a couple of other dancers. But this was one of those times when it was just so divinely guided. Michelle had called the owner of the Tango studio and asked if we could come by the next day with our crew to get some video. And the owner said, Yeah, I'll see what I can do so not only did excellent tango dancers stopped by on very short notice, but all of them are really articulate about why Tango has such great healing power. Yes, it was great. I mean, I was like it was like everybody got this divine call a memo of the memo to show up for this, and the people that showed up were amazing. For example, Here's what Dante Politics et one of those tango dancers. Actually, he was one of the teachers had to say. As Corina said, sometimes in our modern world, we can go a long time without actually having to interact and Um And and really listen to someone and partner dancing is all about listening to the other person, And I think there's something very elemental in that that draws people to it. Another one of the dancers was Michael Kraus, and he told us about how.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Of Lake Tahoe, the backwards conflicts fire has caused evacuation orders. The National Forest Service says the fires moving eastward toward Nevada and forced a partial closure of highway 3 95 Torino. Huntington Beach is looking for a new mayor. The city's mayor, Pro TEM Tito. Ortiz, has decided not to continue in the post, bringing about the executive search to find a permanent replacement. The search process began Friday, with nearly 200 applications submitted so far. The Philadelphia 76 years point guard who was criticized for his performance during his years post season is the newest homeowner in the West San Fernando Valley. Then Simmons reportedly paid $17.5 million. On a brand new farmhouse and hidden hills. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Roel Balon from the I. Heart radio newsroom sacramental traffic checking KFBK traffic. Elk Grove North found 99 between Grant Line Road in Cal Vine Road and Cosumnes River Boulevard. The right lane is shutdown. Caltrans is doing some road construction until five a.m. In Willows. I fi both North and South Bend at the Willow Safety Rest area. It is closed in both directions because of sewer work that's not set to open until the end of the year. December 31st And Sacramento south Beyond five between Sheamus Avenue and 43rd. The roadways reduced to two lanes because of Caltrans work until five a.m. from the Bonnie leading the way home Traffic centre. Alden Jacob News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Excessive heat warning through tomorrow evening, sunshine and very hot today with a high of 103 to 1 of seven clear tonight with a low of 61.

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Kyle wives about the coconut fishing and New Moloney's And it's probably for size of fish. The best Coke any lake in the state, You know not just one fish, but consistently fish over like 17 inches. Uh, and a fewer fish over 18. And now they broke the 19 inch barrier twice this week in time for the next week's coconut er. Well, it seems like new Maloney's has got the solution for baths as well because Ryan Cook who's on the line now Has been going there and catching fish starting out in the morning on the surface in 2 to 3 Ft of water. And I'm dying to ask him. How warm that water is there. Good morning, Ryan. Good morning, Bob. How're we doing? Pretty good. So how How warm is that water when you hit that surface by first thing in the morning? This last week. The surface temperature depending on where you start on the lake is starting off 79 to 81. It's getting up to about 82 83 degrees by the end of the day. You know, Uh, you know, we got to really realize that people think in terms of bass fishing, you know, in the spring when it gets to 60 degrees, you might get him on the service by 65 is good 70 degrees, and then people after it gets the 70. I think a lot of people said, Well, it gets too warm. Will large mouth bass don't think that I mean, look what they're doing for you. No, absolutely. And I'll tell you right now. On my boat. Once that water gets up above about 60 to 63. I always have at least two top water baits tight on the deck of my boat until the first of December. I never leave home without him. And I can guarantee you, um within those months were always going to find some top water fish. I don't care how warm it gets until it gets back down below 60 again. Yeah, And that's just so much fun and and I'm sure you'll agree your customers when they catch a decent bass on the surface plug. There's nothing quite quite like it. Oh, Bob Last week I had a buddy uh, a client who's become a buddy Lalo out and he's He's made four trips with me this year and the first trip, we went over the basics of his casting all that kind of stuff. He'd never best fished. This last trip we went out about about a week ago. And he caught a six pounder. On a top water bait 10 ft from the boat and I mean all hell broke loose, and this guy lost his mind, he said in the bottom of the boat, shaken for about five minutes. It was just It's so awesome to see their excitement on a big top water fish, especially their first big top water fish. Sure, um, so so why are the best there?.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"So I concentrate on that today. We're strictly, you know, go infrastructure fish looking around, but for the average guy coming out, you know, you get to start right here in front of total, hit the river channel and just hit the point. That hit that river channel, and there's plenty of fish to be caught. You just got to pick through the small ones to find that gets the better. Yeah, Okay. Okay, Kyle. Well, we got a Derby coming up next weekend that's going to increase. Some traffic on the lake. Some pre fishing I know you're in the Derby and you know, with the fish pulled off the structure. I think it might be a good opportunity. Not only for you guys you but but for the average fisherman. When when they're pulled off structure. Anybody can catch some big fish right if they get a little lucky. No, absolutely. And I think you know we're losing about a foot of water, every 2 to 3 days, and for your average guy to fish out in the middle of the lake. The chances of winning this is great. Yeah. Okay. Well, good luck today and good luck next week, and we'll probably talk you next Saturday morning. Thank you, Kyle. Thank you, Bob. You have a good day. Okay. Bye bye. Style Wise Headhunter guide service. Um He guided all all this week and then takes a day off and takes a couple of friends and goes and searches area. He doesn't want to waste his client's time looking in areas he haven't been to lately, so he does it with friends. And get it gets better prepared for his next client, So that's a little integrity there, I'd say anyway. Kyle's number 29531. 3966 I don't know of anybody has got a lake dialed in better than he has new Malone is dialed in. Okay after the break. Well, I think we'll talk earthquake. Don't go away. Sacramento's number one for breaking news. This just in to news 93 local California health officials, traffic on the tens every time the weather at least sunny and warm high the one you can depend on news 93.1.

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03:18 min | 1 year ago

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"The kfbk afternoon news with video Neo Recall candidate for governor Caitlyn Jenner is joining Governor Gavin Newsom in suing his secretary of state. Newsom wants his Democratic Party affiliation added to the recall ballot, something his staff failed to do. And the mayor of Los Angeles being nominated as the next ambassador to India. President Biden has tapped Eric Garcetti for the position and you two can go to space. If you have enough money going in depth here, NBC's Alex Stone tells us about the billionaires race to space. Hey, they're kidding. Let's be real about what this is. And Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos. They say that this is not a competition at all to see which billionaire can be the first into space. But Come on. I mean, that's 100%. What This is. It's about bragging rights. It's about publicity. Bas. Oh said his date of July 20th and the big fanfare and bringing his brother on board and then Virgin Galactic said, Whoa, Whoa, wait a second. Well, you know what Richard Branson is going to go up on this weekend. And but they say that this is not about competing at all. And we heard ABC talk to to Branson. Here's what he's telling us. I know it's been painted as a racist. Honestly, I don't think either stay it that way. We're not really in direct competition. Mhm right today that yeah, and on Twitter blue origin was Tweeting today, and they were trolling Virgin galactic about all the ways that blue origin is better and that bezoza is going to go to real space, but that Virgin Galactic and Branson they're not going high enough to be considered real space like 10% of the world believes that the level that Branson is going to is really space and that they've got bigger windows on The blue origin one. I mean all of that, so they're going after one another. And But Branson says he's ready to go people that go up with us. They're going up. Uh, in a spaceship. They come back down in the spaceship. They're launched from a mother ship named after my mommy. Um, uh, they launched from a beautiful space board in New Mexico. And then Jeff has a different approach. Now that's the other thing. Are they really going to space? Neither billionaire is going into orbit. They go up for a couple of minutes. About two or three minutes. Float around, and then they fall back down to earth and blue origin is going to be more of your traditional rocket goes up. It comes down with the parachute. Uh, Virgin Galactic is something that they have been Developing for 20 years in the town of Mojave at Mojave Spaceport, where they are on the belly of a plane. They roll down a runway from New Mexico. The plane gets to 50,000 Ft. They released the plane from the belly rockets fire and then it goes 55 miles up into the air 50 miles up there, And then it lands like a glider back on a runway in New Mexico. So very different ways of doing it. Are they really going to space is being debated and then, don't you just imagine that Elon Musk is going to call them like tonight or tomorrow and go. Hey, guys, I'm already up here in a Tesla right now. Where are you? I beat you all, but but they say that's not what this about this about. Space exploration about you know about safety and everything else, But come on. Come on. I know Bridge.

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Dana has with your top story KFBK, California Wildfire Watch a service of beeline construction, reconstructing homes and lives since 1994 as we've been telling you, civil authorities have issued an immediate evacuation in Plumas. Still, at least 1 45 this afternoon. That's 15 minutes from now. Plumas County Sheriff's Office issues a mandatory evacuation notice. For areas north and south of Highway 70 inventing to choke specifically Harrison Ranch Road East to Chilcote. Two diplomas Lassen County line due to the wildfire KFBK will continue to bring the latest information to you on this evacuation. Meantime, the Biden administration canceling $55.6 million in student loans for victims of fraud under President Biden. More than $1.5 billion in debt has been canceled for nearly night. Well, 92,000 people this round primarily affect Students who attended Westwood College Marinello schools of Beauty and the or Court reporting Institute stocks bouncing back in a big way. After yesterday's sell off all three major indexes closing at record highs. Dow was up 448 points to 34 8 70 S and P 500 gained 48 points to 43 69, NASDAQ added 142 points to 14 701. Traffic and weather together. Brought to you by the Ben Ferguson podcast. We have apparently a pothole number one lane. This is going to be westbound 80 West Capital Enterprise Boulevard to see a lot of slowing out there. Also on your roadways westbound 80 Douglass Boulevard to have a three vehicle accident Working out there. It's not blocking eastbound Gap City. Very heavy all the way through Midtown westbound, slow Marconi to the river. You're sick and tired of the government being involved in every part of your life telling you what you can and can't do with all these restrictions you need to down The Ben Ferguson podcast. You'll love it. Ben Ferguson podcast downloaded now jabbing on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center on News 93.1 K if he can Scorching heat across the area, right through this weekend, sunshine this afternoon I have 15 to 19. The record today is 1 to 8 mostly clear and warm tonight.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"This shift, I have left so many parties early. It's like I'm bouncing. It is eight o'clock. I'm out. 8. 50 is a time off to the roads were going, Mr Bryant No more Hagen on the weekend. Put a fork in me. I'm done. Nine o'clock. This report is right by Ashley Home Store 80 from Roosevelt at the limit. Nine minutes to the Gap City Split cap city looks good both ways. Nine minutes, either direction between the split the highway 50 13 minutes in from El Grove on I 5 16 to do it on 99 That's due to an accident on westbound 50 at 16 3 big rig involved and that's backing up traffic in the right lines of 50 all the way back to the connector from north Down 99 north about 99 almost all the way back to fruit Red Road as a result of that accident. 50 westbound from Folsom is a 20 minute drive in 20 minutes to get in from Woodland B. I 5 24 minutes if you're coming in from Davis eastbound 80 across the causeway looks good. Somewhere between Harbour and Jefferson, though you hit the slowdown on 50, and that continues to get to about 15th Street. Black Friday in July Preview the greatest sale in history at Ashley Home Store Take 50% off, plus five years interest free financing. Only at Ashley Home Store. Ashley home store dot com. This is home traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the way home Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Excessive heat warnings are up as we head into the weekend. We'll see Sunshine. Dangerous heat each afternoon highs. 14 to 1. Oh, eight today, down to near 70 tonight. And over the weekend with sunshine Highs. 1 91 13 Tomorrow one.

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04:25 min | 2 years ago

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"Boom goes the dynamite pat Walls on NewsRadio, kfbk one. Move your eye like a big pizza pie. That's amore. When you Sprinkle you ruin your pizza. That's a pineapple. That's a pineapple alone when you want to ruin your pizza, Put a pineapple on goes the dynamite. Claire Kendall. By the way, it's not loaded yet. No pineapple or no pineapple on pizza. No, please. I need some help here. My unofficial poll. All right, Here we go. Here we go. I need to make a comeback at the end. Here. Fill in Lincoln. You're on the Pat Walsh. Oh, That this is Phil. I called you last week. That candle teacher Yes, Ville and I'm just leaving a Panelist in. Actually, I'm parked because I don't want to be talking while I'm driving, But thank you. I'm I know. Pizza wouldn't be my favorite. But I did recognize Dean Martin being a piano teacher. All right, That's good morning. That's right. But the reason I call I'm going to go a little different direction with the pineapple in just a moment. Okay. I like I like Tio make jellies and preserves and things So I made other things and then I'll get to the pineapple in a moment I make BlackBerry jelly seedless. I go to a little bit of trouble and Take the seeds out. Not one by one, though running through a blender and then, um, seeds out that way. Well, for sake of time, because I need to get but I need to get caught up here Feel for sake of times the otherwise I'm going to cut this off. Because I have I need you to tell me Yes or no pineapple on pizza. Okay, the pineapple No. One move to make jelly. That is incredible. And that is, um My apple April Kat and its incredible Now that I would love it is just incredible. And you don't even need anything but but pineapple can't pineapple chunks. And then you cook it and it's just incredibly good. That's one of the favorites. Probably the most favorite of the ones that I make. Well done. Thank you, Phil. For times like I gotta let you run. But if you have any of that hand up 15 45 River Park Drive. Take it easy. It's a sauce Kevin know you can't Kevin in back of a Hello? They have gone back. Good. Thank you. Okay. I was never a fan of pineapple on pizza when I was little. And I'm 37 now. Yes, And I'm just going like like when you're hanging out with your boys like on Friday night, or a Saturday night late at night. And on the orders that you want you want you want, you know Did you eat it? Just like will It's It's pretty damn good. And so you're going to say yes. Yes. Yeah, I could mention that guy who mentioned a media the clamp. I ask me she's a clam pie. It's awkward. It's awkward as all hell, but it's really, really good. Okay, awkward but tasty, like and I do. You have to say a Puta Creek Cafe in winners. They do a really good fig and blue cheese. Pizza. Holy lease. I'm sure it's a very nice place. I do love winters, but figure on it. Kevin. Thank you, brother. I gotta draw the line there, though. Figure on the pizza. Jeff and Browns Valley. Hello. That's good to hear from you. Thank you. Ah, I'm Ah Giant Stand by the way, lifelong And I absolutely hate pineapple on my pizza. Yes, you hate okay? I just got something on me. So you hate pineapple on your pizza? Is that what you said? Goes the dynamite. There you go. There you go. Jeff in Brownsville, you got one more thing to say. God bless America and get ready to plan out ofthe Yesor. Mission body Marketed down, Denise. Hello? Yes, too from all what?.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"In commentary magazine by James mags it's really a fastening store and I love it it's at the center of it all I mean there's the everyday heroes who were using blow torches in pick up trucks impromptu just I happen I'm a blow torch in the back I happen to have you know earth moving equipment that I can use to save somebody from the rubble all over anchorage back in nineteen sixty four and also it's kind of cool that the coordination operation center for this whole thing was our affiliate for the Buck sections are shown anchorage Katie and I so they must feel pretty pretty darn good about that but but there's other other more recent examples to the piece goes into the situation in New Orleans after hurricane Katrina there were some there were all these stories about older the horrific violence and looting and I'm there there were some bad things that happen there but you know there was also a lot of coming together a lot of community even the Cajun navy was just amazing hundreds of boats private citizens are saying on there man I'm I'm I'm showing up and I'm helping everybody I can help hundreds of boats provide getting people out of flood waters in saving lives in according with and this is not to say the first responders nonessential do incredible work of course they are but while the first responders are doing things are also a lot of citizens a lot of civilians to step up and do important things they often work together and the impulse of authority on this is this brings us back to elite panic he is the people cannot be trusted so we must have a very firm hand with them hi this is particularly impulses of unaccountable bureaucracies and regulatory boards and bodies things like the FDA which in the early days of this corona virus pandemic the FDA slow down testing because they couldn't figure out that the regulations they had were not were not necessary given the scope and and the return of the problems we're facing right now with a corona virus they couldn't they could figure out times they slow down the whole testing process again the elites panic well the people actually try to do something to help each other remember newsradio KFBK on John Cooley is up in Austin's news house speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Thomas motley says there are huge implications for the navy after nearly two hundred sailors on board the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for cocaine nineteen Patrick is not like a cruise ship may has weapons on board it has a lot of fuel onboard it has aircraft expensive aircraft you can't just take everybody off the ship's commanding officer said in a letter to top navy brass he wants to offload the majority of the crew immediately to disinfect the ship the navy scrambling to find more hotel rooms in Guam Notley says the entire crew will be tested at the Pentagon Lucas Tomlinson fox news Florida health experts still struggling with what to do about the cruise ship is M. dam that has four people dead on board and others infected with the virus the captain hopes to dock in South Florida the state not sure it can handle the additional caseload people from Montana Utah shaking Tuesday evening from a large earthquake epicenter in western Idaho six point five magnitude no reports of serious damage federal agents have found another drug smuggling tunnel between Mexico and southern California federal agents seizing opioids methamphetamine cocaine and more from the tunnel equipped with ventilation lights and an underground rail system a tunnel task force led by the D. E. A. says the cross border tunnel runs about two thousand feet long and thirty feet deep connecting warehouses in Tijuana and San Diego agents believe the tunnel operated for several months based on advanced construction they observed it also happens to be near a border wall reconstructed under president trump's watch authorities last January announced the discovery of the longest and quite sophisticated tunnel ever found at the U. S. Mexico border spanning more than three quarters of a mile Steve Rappaport fox news and I'm Jack Callahan this is fox news newsradio KFBK on John billion topping Austin's news also denies the leaders praise staff efforts to get more students connected to the internet and the hardware needed to continue their education for all schools are closed however the school board's Jamie without its admits more work still needs doing we are finding issues getting students technology.

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KLBJ 590AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

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"About so called bailouts for firms that made reckless decisions top Democrats say worker protections must be included in corporate bailouts on Capitol Hill Jr how burn fox news a roller coaster day on Wall Street where stocks seesawed between gains and losses the major averages closing higher after central banks deployed a flurry of emergency measures to shield the global economy from the academic the Dow gained almost two hundred points the S. and P. five hundred rose one point three percent America is listening to fox news newsradio KFBK on John Cooley and topping Austin's news if you've lost your job or health insurance during the coronavirus crisis central health says they may be able to help tide you over with some of their programs Nancy give me a call governor Greg Abbott has issued executive orders calling for gathering limits and the closures of schools dining establishments at gyms Abbott says the new standards put Texas in line with the recommendations of the president and the CDC simply because there will be no dining in at bars and restaurants and gyms will be closed provided however this is very important that the use of drive through pick up or delivery options is allowed in in fact highly encouraged he's also ordered every person in Texas to avoid social gatherings in groups of more than ten the orders or run from midnight tomorrow April third in numerous restaurant workers and owners have said they think the city of Austin's ordered to remain close for six full weeks may be overkill but others say with so many uncertainties it's hard to be critical of any decision being made by local state or federal leaders skeleton news time is four oh three now for a look at Austin's on time traffic with Belinda brand there's not a lot of traffic to speak up I am seeing a little bit of congestion as you make your way north bound on thirty five in between a Riverside Drive in Cesar Chavez and south down in between seventh street and old for finally the brand with thousands on time traffic tonight mostly cloudy and mild with occasional late night rain and a thunderstorm with a low sixty three tomorrow cloudy breezy and cooler with occasional rain and a thunderstorm in the morning followed by periods of rain in the afternoon the high sixty four tomorrow night mostly cloudy with a low forty eight Saturday rather cloudy with a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon with a high of sixty.

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