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"nick um" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"nick um" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Up on two great time to be planting that so that you can have that through the winter too. Uh oh. I got a note here, right? You know, Forest was on last hour talking about having the Austin Organic gardeners meeting and how they are going to be discussing. Guess what How to prep for planned for and produce in your fall garden. Those of you who are interested. Remember? This is a free meeting. It's a zoom session. Everyone is welcome. Every question is good, and you can find out more by going to Austin. Organic garden, er Dot org Uh, this is 75 plus years of continuous meetings. And something that you can gather a ton of information from people who have been here for decades trying to grow stuff. Don't reinvent the wheel. Don't Reinvent the wheel. Let them show you what's worked and what hasn't worked. Let's go to the phone. This is Bobby. Good morning, Bobby. What can I help you with high, Jeff? Question about the pride of Barbados. Uh, iPods. You know if you're looking parts Um they are drying out and somebody said, wait until they crack open and then take them in to get the beans out and maybe propagate them. Well, By the time they cracked open, all of them have fallen off. And so I decided to take someone from out while they were still brown. Um, They're also not flowering at all. And I saw some small Um I want to say grass hopper looking bugs on them. Is that the reason for the flowering issue did they not flower at all this year? Oh, they were wonderful. All summer long. There were just gorgeous, but they're just suddenly disappeared. That's right. They are summer blooming flower. It is not unusual for the fall for them to drop their flowers and not produce anymore. They're not like a multi bloom or where they will bloom continuously. Her spring through fall or have a bloom take a break and have another bloom cycle. So that's not unusual that they would not be blooming at this time of the year. As for your seeds, um If you open the pod, and it's good and proud and fairly crispy and hasn't popped open yet. You're probably okay. Those states should still work but understand. Put them in an envelope. You're going to start them next spring because that plants kind of freeze to the ground during the winter, and you don't want to have newly started seed come up, only to be frozen to the ground. You want to start them next spring. Okay. And when I started, just stand them down a little bit. Did I hear and put them in water for 24 hours and then plant them about an inch down. You can just do the water part. You don't have to sand them or Nick. Um 24 hours 48 hours soaking in the water will be enough. And I think inches, probably a little too deep, maybe half an inch. But yeah, that you can start them in a big community pot where you're going to have, you know, like, uh, five gallon pot and you start a whole bunch of them, And as they start coming up, you can pull them out of the pot and either put them in a Slightly bigger pot or put them in the ground. Alright. Fantastic. Thank you So much for your help You bet. Thanks for the call, Bobby. Yeah, folks, Um, part of our business is a beautiful plant. But it is not a continuous bloomer gives us the explosion in the hardest heat, and it looks fantastic. But then it's pretty much done. Uh, we have a lot of flowers like that. That's not a bad thing that if you time that out, you should listen to Robert he times these so just as the last flower falls off of one plan. He's got another one with blooms opening up, and that's how your garden should look. Folks, This is gardening. Naturally. I'm coming up on a break. Caroline. I see you there. Can you hang on? I'll catch you on the other side. Hi. I'm in this morning comes in all shapes and sizes. One thing is certain. Every day is an opportunity for women just like scratches from.

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"nick um" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"nick um" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Where we ask the hard questions and go deep from City Hall to the Middle East and pretty much everywhere in between. And start your morning with up front at seven a.m. right after democracy now Mhm. Right here on KPFK law enforcement officials concerned by the prospect for violence at a rally in the nation's capital next week. Are planning to re install protective fencing the surrounded the U. S Capitol for months after the violent January six insurrection there. That's according to officials familiar with the preparations. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hinted extra safety precautions for the September 18th rally. We intend to have the integrity of the capital The intact. I'm not going into any specifics in that regard. Let me just say, and I appreciate your question because what happened on January six With such an assault. On this beautiful capital. A capital under the dome that Lincoln built during the civil war. So when they made the assault on the building, that was one thing, But the fact is, they also made an assault on the Constitution of the United States. Police continue to track intelligence indicating far right extremist groups like the proud boys and the oath keepers are planning to attend next week's rally. The event is billed as the demand for justice for the hundreds of people who have Been charged in connection with the January insurrection by supporters of former President Trump, who were hoping to prevent Congress from certifying Joe Biden's election. Many of their supporters called those Facing criminal charges from that insurrection, political prisoners. The FBI, meantime, has released new information in hopes of catching the person suspected of leaving behind two pipe bombs on Capitol Hill the night before the revolt. The FBI released a new video of that suspect yesterday, along with a digital map showing the person circling the offices of the Democratic and Republican National Committee's or the bombs were placed. The FBI also said for the first time that agents believed the suspect is not from the Washington D C area that may have been operating out of a location near the capital. Former President Trump is claiming the recall election against Governor Gavin Newsom is probably rigged with indications that Newsome and Democrats maybe Turning out Democratic voters in the numbers they'll need to keep Newsom in office. Trump appeared on the right wing Network News Max to complain about mail in ballots and to falsely claim the election. Will be rigged. It's a reprise of Trump's continued false claim that he won the 2020 presidential election and the continuation of Trump's Labelling of all elections that he doesn't get the results he favors as rigged or fraudulent. The man who threatened to kill a member of Congress from Maryland over Republicans baseless claims of a rigged presidential election was sentenced today deserved a consecutive weekends in jail. Six months of home confinement. US. District Judge Richard Bennett also ordered, said Arthur Kumar meth or of West Friendship. Maryland to perform 100 hours of community service. Martha Work threatened representative Andy Harris, the only Republican member of Maryland's congressional delegation, and voice, mail and Web mail messages, Harris said the death threats against him and his family terrified his wife and Children. Living them afraid to leave their home and basically imprisoned. Mathur apologized for his actions and told the judge that he hopes to be an antidote to the root dysfunction that is going on in the world outside and a unifying force against polarization. Back in December. Congressman Harris was one of 126. House Republicans who signed a brief supporting a Texas lawsuit sought to overturn President Biden's victory and a message submitted through the congressman's website. On December 10th. The third threatened to kill the lawmaker and blow up his office. If quote you try to take my vote away. A bill to require nursing home companies to disclose their financial statements and those of companies they subcontract with, and partly own, is now on its way to Governor Newsom's desk. SB 6 50 passed the assembly yesterday, and advocates say it's unnecessary regulation to rein in massive profits that some nursing homes are putting over patient care. Keep the phase. Nick, UM, report reports the legislation as part of a package of bills to bring more oversight to an industry, patient Advocates and nursing home workers say, puts profit over people. Tony check. Hotel staff attorney for the California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform speaks frankly about the current state of patient care and nursing homes and skilled living facilities. We spend now a fortune on nursing home care and in California, almost $6 billion a year. And as a result of that $6 billion we get Generally speaking, very low quality of care. And in some some communities, I mean just outright extremely bad care, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services about 10% of nursing home residents have died of Covid 19 nationwide since the pandemic began. That's 15% of all. Covid 19 deaths in the U. S. While many nursing homes have received covid relief dollars investigators from the services employees International Union s E I U of California.

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"nick um" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"nick um" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The next four nights after that, my name is Morgan Morgan White Jr. You're used to hearing me on the weekends. My show is called The Morgan Show Saturday Nights nine to midnight. And I want to let people know something and I will promote me on my show. But I try not to promote me that often when I am filling in for Dan, But I am here tomorrow night. Not here. Uh, I'm here Friday night. But tomorrow night Tuesday I am. In Dad, um to 69 Washington Street, and that's the Midway restaurant. Come on by. You can win T shirts, another goofy stuff playing trivia with me. I would love to say hello because I get to meet somebody face to face that I've been speaking to on the radio for X number of days, weeks, months and years. So if you want to come on by, I'll tell you the address again to 69 Washington Street in denim. Yes. Catch some sort of vehicle from Forest Hills. And when it gets to that area as the driver to let you off it To 69. Now enough blathering by me. I've got Dean Johnson Teen Welcome aboard. Hey, Morgan. Always good to talk with you. I am so fine should be illegal. And I'm sorry that you had to wait. Um, for police push, but that's something that we've been following here on the damn Ray Nightside program for two weeks and rightfully so. It's a fascinating story. Hey, you know, this is always a new station and baby. That's news that his news And none of us could do it. Asked me to push the cart 200 some odd miles between Boston In New York. I don't think I could make it even Fifth to 10th 20th other way. No, it takes a special drive to be sure, but I think people are realizing that more and more so, yeah, no problem there. Goodness gracious. People need an update on that stuff. Yes, when you and I spoke to playing you coming on You had several directions. You wanted to take the conversation. Music was one Uh, politics was another. And there were a couple of more but which way do you want to go? Well, actually, I think we talked about music and how music is For lack of a better word. A victim? Yes, Like so many fields, like so many areas are but in in a particular way, Uh, Morgan, you know, I talked about this. I think a few months ago at the time. It was something that I haven't heard any really talk about a report on yet, and what I thought would be the case is the case. Yeah, I'm building up to it. You know, I'm doing this gradually, but the thought is well. What are the things that this stupid, stupid fill in the blank with all of the adjectives that you want virus has done is in many ways just hobble the music industry like nothing has In recent memory. Or even in past memory, but one particular If you would. Part of the music industry has really been devastated. I think more than any others, and that's the boomer industry. I mean, if you think about it, Stevie Nicks. Just cancel the whole tour. Because of the virus. Neil Young just canceled the once one of the few days he was going to do at farm aid because of the virus. You've got so many artists, um You know Bob Dylan is 80, Paul McCartney and Paul five under 79. You can talk about artists. Carole King, Uh, Robert Plant Ray Davies, The Who would get the list goes on and on just in rock and roll. We can go into blues and in and, uh Jazz and do the same who are in their seventies or older. Now. Most of them. Just on touring. And when I say you losing a whole generation as it were of musicians and the like is, you know and I'm not making fun of any of the performance here as we've talked about before you get someone like Ariana Grande E. She may decide to or not tour. So she may take a year to whether she's going to work on tiktok videos. So she's going outside business or the like when things clear up, and we're all seeing when not if, when things clear up and things get back to normal, she's going to be on tour again and what late twenties early thirties? But for someone like we'll take the who is an example. Right? They've canceled entire tours. They're in their late seventies. Those shows are never going to be made up. Those performances are never going to happen, and it's not a question of all. Oh Oh, here are the baby boomers whining again because something like fans of the Who, the multigenerational And you can say that the whose best days are behind them, but they still get a lot of spit and vinegar. Those shows are never going to happen. The albums are not happening anymore because you know better than I do, Morgan the way the music industry works now is you Do not or an artist does not record music to make money. Really? Unless you're you're someone You know, on the scale of a Kanye West or something, you record music and then you go on tour and that's where you make the money. And that's been the case since the fifties. Yeah, well, yeah, And there was a good stretch where people making all kinds of money, Let's say in the in the sixties and seventies, late sixties seventies and eighties, where you know there was the merchandising and then in the gold albums and the platinum albums and the like, Um, you know the extreme example we can talk about someone like Fleetwood Mac the sales of rumors alone, guarantee them all. Enough money to buy a Central American republic if they wanted to, But those days are gone. You know, for the most artists and a lot of the names that you could rattle off, I could rattle off. Callers who want to join us could rattle off. They don't have the deep. Parker, too would think they have asked David Crosby, how much money is in his bank account? It'll probably surprise you. How little There is And that's the case at one point recently, Yeah, at one point recently, he thought you would have to sell his house literally now. A case can be made that David Crosby has been and in some ways continues to be a lunkhead in a lot of ways of the dealing, he said. With people you've read some of the recent interviews he's done nevertheless. He's released a number of albums recently that people think are some of the best music he's big years. Well. Chances are people are going to hear. And for those everyone like a David Crosby, who was comfortable doing that You've got a lot of these artists of this generation for crying out loud, even Springsteen's in the seventies. Um, you've got a lot of artists in this generation who are just not comfortable recording either, unless they were on the road, which they're not. And you know, this doesn't come down into a vax er anti-vaxxer that that's irrelevant at this point that that doesn't really you know, it's it's an academic discussion, but the fact of the matter. The bottom line is most of the artists like Stevie Nicks. Um We just found a dinosaur Jr. Not exactly a boom Iraq. But there's another act. Uh, we had the Garth Brooks as an example for whatever reasons they're canceling their tours. The who have cancelled their.

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"nick um" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"nick um" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fox across America with Jimmy Fallon. And as you know, we are celebrating America today. And nobody loves this country more than the fourth Congressional District of Ohio, where they've got American made beer coming straight out of the faucets in the kitchen. This, of course, is not true. But it would explain why most of them root for the Bangles, including our next guest, representative Jim Jordan. Back on the show. Hey, man, heavy. How you doing, buddy? You know what I am great. It's always great to hear from a fellow patriot like yourself. This is a story I have told to you but the people listening for the first time, they might not know this. My wife. Of course, Jenny. Failure is from your district. Uh, she grew up on a dairy farm out there and had no idea how much better she could do until she married me and then moved to New York and saw how many other options it wasn't too late. You know what I mean? She didn't read the fine print until she got to New York. And it was too late, but but the thing that jumped out at me the first time I went to your district is that there are flags everywhere, man. I mean, they love America. They're in on the joke. Just how fortunate to be here. Is that what you grew up in? Did you grow up in that environment? Yeah, it says. I mean, I like to think West Central Ohio is apple pie. It's Americana. Nick. Um, it's people who love the country and like you said, I understand that we we are fortunate to live in the greatest nation ever. So you see that when when you have like a Memorial Day Parade or Fourth of July parade. I mean, Stand when the flag comes by. You see American flags everywhere, down Main Street and It's a great part of the great part of our country. Yeah, it's amazing, And that's the atmosphere. I grew up in where the Fourth of July was very much the Super Bowl. You know the flags, the barbecues, the fireworks we had when I was a little kid. I don't know if you guys did this. But you talk about how much parenting has changed over the years. Uh, you know, we were having bottle rocket fights when I was a little kid. Yeah, Everyone had a BB gun. Everyone is just like, you know that that movie the sand lot like that's how I grew up in 57. That's how we grew up, always jumping around your buddies. And then of course you had work to do with your dad made in different things You have to do and Um yeah, that was always a game. We've always kick ball or football game to be played or something to playing little whiffle ball and everything else. So I laughed. I laughed him because my wife has an app that tracks my son if he goes outside to have a catch My parents were handing me explosives and shoving the into the field. Yeah, definitely. My dad. My dad likes to let me drive the truck on the country roads home from a yard. We were mulling because I only had like my permit or something. I wasn't quite old and he didn't want to stick around. My mom was drive by. So he went home. You just drive the truck home with the Muellers after you get them on the shark medical lawman visits. I mean, there's no way today. Would you let your kids drive down the road out in the country with without a life? He just couldn't do that. But back in those days, it just started out in the country. Adds a mile down the road, our house that you'll be fine spot on true. And it's funny because my dad pulled the same move. It was until I had gotten over that older that I realized he was using me as a designated driver. That's all it really was. Yeah, he just want to get my dad. They want to wait around till you finish mowing that yard. You and Jeff, my brother. He just he just driving on like I looked in, like, what are you talking about? Okay. It's another world, but I think that is the common denominator is that if you grew up in our generation, you know we grew up in an era where kids were really taught to love the country, and I think today's generation of kids in a lot of ways. Being taught that America is this evil, racist place, But the truth is that you know there's no country that's done more to end discrimination than this one. We are the greatest source of good the world has ever known. No, It's very true. I think I've shared with you before. Um I had had the privilege of traveling to what was then the Soviet Union. 1987 have been to Cuba my background wrestling. I was there for wrestling terms of in Cuba. 1988 1990. I always tell folks you go to places like that. You. Thank the good Lord. You live here. I mean, I was in. I was always joking. 1000 Moscow in February, Moscow in February. It's like 400 below zero. The food was terrible. It is literally Jimmy. It is. It is The Wizard of Oz in reverse. He went from colorful, wonderful America to black and white, visible Soviet Union. And, um You appreciate this country and I always tell people it's not about the people. Russian people, Cuban people, great people mean frankly, they're great athletes. They can all wrestle, but it's about a system that doesn't respect liberty and freedom and private property and free markets When you have that kind of system in place. Bad things happen. And you you see this amazing thing we have here in America. It's really a special thing. Representative Jim Jordan with us on the line right now to build on your story when I was driving a taxi in New York City. You know, I was raised to love this country. But when I started picking up people who are coming here from other parts of the world, it would often be the first thing they jumped in and told me if I picked him up at JFK was you have no idea how lucky you are to be in this country. You know, don't ever leave this country and hearing it from somebody that was living outside the country really brought it on home, and I would often agree, and I'd pull more stories out of them to distract from the fact that I was obviously taking them in a long way. But they didn't know that. Thank God. I love the country. Actually, I'll give you one thing. Jim Jordan really quick. This is a taxi myth. It's not true Taxi drivers. Oddly enough, do not want to take you the long way and the reason being Is we make more money by getting new passengers because there's a fee that goes on the meter. Every time somebody new gets in, and assuming you get them, they're alive. They'll actually tip you and, you know, nine times out of 10. I would get them there in one piece, and so for that reason you do actually want to keep them get them in and out pretty efficiently. That's that's inside baseball. A lot of people don't know that. That's the kind of security clearance you have to learn to me. Jimmy Fallon. He will. Jimmy Fallon will teach you something new. Every time you come on, you've learned things. So that's that's powerful information. And I guess I was, like, always sort of the old. The old line you heard is they want to drive a long way, just sort of Accepted that, but we should have known because every time you get in, there is automatic automatically dollar amount that clicks on and then they start adding up as you as you drive, so I should have known that already say you got you got real of serious security clearance. Just don't use this on your private server. That's all I ask, Uh, I want to, But you know where where you're where you're I think we ever should just too. But you think about the Fourth of July where your wife is from back County, Douglas County home of Neil Armstrong. I'm just out there Armstrong Airport a couple weeks ago. Uh, we had We had an opportunity. Probably. I don't know. It's maybe eight or 10 years ago. Some friends of ours wanted us to visit. With them. We're going to go to dinner and this time of year summer time of year and, uh, but they wanted to come down to dating. We live about 30 Miles north today, And so they said before we're gonna do we're gonna tour the Wright Brothers home. We said great. We'd love to do that. We like the history on it. So we tour the right by this home..

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"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Grant comes from the U. S. National Institutes of Health to Women are in critical condition after a pickup truck plowed through a crowd of Fourth of July celebrates in Anaheim. A driver lost control of his truck while doing burnouts in the street and veered toward a large group of people. The driver was detained at the scene but later released. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Nick, Um, I got this from the I heart radio newsroom. Sacramental traffic checking KFBK traffic. You're stuck in a parade of vehicles. West Sacramento westbound et between El Camino when the car's way for the compounding the problem on the Reed Avenue offering from westbound 80. There's a two vehicle fender bender on the shoulder. CHP at the scene attending up in the Sierra westbound 50 at the Pioneer Trail. There's a multi vehicle pile up blocking the right lane. SACRAMENTO dealing with a crash eastbound 50 at 15th straight two cars involved in the right lane. Remember flashing amber lights ahead me move over if it's safe to do so for the body leading the way home traffic center Steve Herrera News Saudi 3.1 KFBK. Now. Sacramento weather And your sunshine this afternoon the high of 90 to 90 for it and I create a partly cloudy low 55 59. They had a good deal of sunshine Tomorrow Live 88 to 92 sunshine on Wednesday 9 92 to 96 of AccuWeather's Bob Larson. News 93.1 kfbk. Stuff hated less than 30 minutes. Breaking news, the second in heaven on Sacramento's news, 93.1 FBK It's Macy's July 4th cell with an extra 20% off.

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"nick um" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"nick um" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Chris Foster, probably musical actor Nick Cordero was among the first people infected with coronavirus in the United States in March of last year. He died a year ago. Today on July 5th 2020. He started shows, including Rock of ages. Waitress at a Bronx tale. He was nominated for a Tony Award for his role in Bullets over Broadway. And he ended up marrying a dancer in that show Amanda Klutz. Now she's written a book about Nick their time together. His fight for survival is death and what's happened since it's called Live your Life, My story of loving and losing the Cordero. She says. He was quite a guy just full of life always, you know, wanting to learn and create a true music man. And just kind of like the life of the party. Everybody loved him. He had an amazing smile and Undeniable presence at six, ft. Five. You know, it's all dark and handsome. You couldn't miss them in a room. That's for sure. Now. Nick got sick. Very, very early on during the pandemic. We were talking about it. We knew that there was some virus out there, but things hadn't shut down yet. You think he got sick in New York as you just moved to California, right? You know it is. Listen, we have you know, in the hospital to at the doctors, Rector brain at win and how he could have gotten this virus We don't know, And it's impossible to trace. Yes, it's possible New York. But the thing was is he was around me and Elvis and my whole family every single day. Um and not none of us got sick. None of us got the virus, So it's I don't know. You know, it's just it's impossible to know. I mean, I guess it's a reasonable guess to say New York because that's I'm in this area, and we got hit hard, very quickly. Early on note, and you didn't think he had covid at first, right? He didn't have the symptoms at the time. We just thought, Oh, you get shortness of breath. And that was the main thing, but he didn't have that. No, he didn't have anything. Which is exactly you're exactly right. He was just really tired, sleeping on the couch or taken long naps in bed, And I just thought, you know, he was maybe a little depressed because the show, you know, everything had closed down. He wasn't doing his show or music and We had just gotten back from an exhausting two weeks in New York, packing up our apartment. It was just a lot and You know? Yeah. He was just tired, and I thought, you know this isn't covid. You're just tired. You know, this is like, you know, it was there was no symptoms about being tired. Yeah. Nick, help me with the baby. Get off the couch, right? Yeah. No, exactly. And honestly, I I feel so sad and embarrassed about that now, but yeah, I literally I mean, in my book, I say like I was sending pictures to my sister's going neck and quarantine like, Come on. Can you help me out here like it was? I feel terrible about that now, but you know, in the reality of the time Yeah, it wasn't a covid symptoms. Yeah, I mean, he went downhill so fast after what you thought was going to be too quick hospital visit 94 days in intensive care. I don't want to drag you through this all over again. And it's all in the book. But what happened to Nick over those 94 days? Well, you are absolutely right. Just in the 1st 18 days it was Just like this snowball effect. That was just horrible. I mean, so many things happened to him just in those 18 days, ending in his leg getting amputated, and then from there, it just You know, he he was covid positive. But then you know, with Covid negative, and it was just The hospital infections and the repercussions of what Covid did to next long, especially in his body. He just couldn't recover from what was the most communication you have with him. You never spoke to him again right after or he never spoke to you. That is, after getting admitted. The last time we spoke was when he went on the ventilator. He called me It was four o'clock in the morning, so I was, you know, holding Elvis because Elvis was sleeping with me at the time, and I was trying to, you know, keep him asleep, and he was telling me he was going on a ventilator. I honestly didn't really even understand what that meant. And You know, we both thought. Okay, well, this is what you do, and you'll be in this coma for a couple of days and a week. Maybe. And then I'll you know you'll come out of it so Yeah. I mean, it was a very like I love you. I love you. And, um, you know, and that was it. You know, we we thought we were going to talk to each other when he woke up in a couple of days. I mean, you did, but we talked about Elvis. You didn't have nicked Alina. But you did have The kid Now he just turned a manner of speaking again. In a manner of speaking. You could be on him. He just turned to happy birthday, Elvis. Uh, but he was just a baby when all this was happening, Yeah. Yeah, he was and I mean, but still he like you said he did. He got me through every single day. I mean, it's impossible not to get out of bed when you have a little foot baby boy that you have to take care of. So that helped me even just did. And on my two ft every day, But he's such a joy and such a light that he kept me smiling. And even after coming home from the hospital and crying the whole way home, I would walk in the door and I would see him crawling towards me with a big smile on his face, and it's impossible not to smile back. I mean, he really did save my life. Yeah. I mean, you also had a lot of social media followers. You need the decision to share all this as it was happening. You do have to keep from them that you were able to see Nick now and then toward the end, But for the most part, how did that engagement Help you through this. Oh, my God. I honestly don't know what I would have done without that social media support. It was like my third lifeline. I'm not even kidding you. You know the minute I had any kind of issue or anything arise, I would say Okay, you know, we need prayers. Guys get get to praying and from all around the world, I'm on my knees. I'm praying. I don't even believe in God, I'm praying for you and your family. I'm praying for Nick. Um, you know, I would say Hey, guys, you know, right now he can't release carbon dioxide out of Islam..

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"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"An AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk currently outside in Sacramento, We have 54 degrees. Out of the stories that are trending on this Tuesday morning. Pressure is mounting this morning on California lawmakers to allow restaurant owners to open up indoor dining Cape because Aubrey Aquino has more on the story, countless small businesses and restaurants in the capital region have taken necessary measures to survive the past 11 months of the pandemic. Now John Cabot check of the National Federation of Independent Business is calling for lawmakers. Give these owners and even better lifeline by allowing them to open up indoors. Ah, lot of this pandemic is happening at home and in other settings and not in the small business, But more importantly, that small business owners are taking those measures to abide by the right rules to keep our customers and their workers safe. Capita credits factors like P P p dollars the vaccine and the pure grit of owners for helping keep businesses afloat in the pandemic. They're still many small businesses who are facing permanent shutdowns. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 Kiss became Kristina Aubrey talked to a number of business owner. She's gonna be joining us in a little more than 10 minutes to boil it down. All right this morning, Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, Republican from Rockland, is urging California teachers to stop paying union dues K of the case. Taylor Martin explains that Kylie's reasoning highly told Fox News he felt compelled to help teachers who are frustrated by Newsome's closure of schools in response to the pandemic. Saying he's spoken to teachers who want to be back in their classrooms but are being barred from doing so from their union or by the governor himself, Kiley said. It's important for teachers to know they have control over their union dues. Given the California Teachers Association, one of the most powerful teachers unions in the country will potentially spend millions to defend Newsome from being recalled seeing that they spent millions to have him elected. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK, Another mass vaccination site is getting ready to open its doors in Northern California today. If the case Nick um, a goddess reports Governor Gavin Newsom is set to make an appearance as the San Francisco 40. Niners and Santa Clara County announced today's opening of Levi Stadium as a cove in 19, Mass. Vaccination site. The site will begin administering 5000 doses per day at plans to increase capacity up to 15,000 people per day once vaccine supplies increase, making Levi Stadium, California's largest vaccination site, Nikola Gaul, his news 93.1 kfbk this morning, New research suggests that electric cars may not be as popular a trend is policy makers thought. Kfbk is Greg Fishman, with people who own the V's aren't driving them as much as anticipated. And U. C. Davis researchers want to know why. Where are they meeting the needs of drivers where today potentially need to be improved? And is this technology actually going to be suitable to meet all of the transportation needs? Economist David wraps and help determine that most evey owners are driving them only about half assed much as expected, he says. TV still have a big role to play in the low or no carbon future. But the research also indicates people need options, and policymakers should avoid putting all their carbon reduction eggs in just the evey basket. Greg Fishman News 93.1 KFBK. Okay, the letter Get there. The governor gets a letter from the local county will have that in news from your neighborhood in three minutes. Governor Gavin Newsom recall efforts We had the last week all here in this state 1st 150 years here Election for Gray Davis and most noble, Some guy named Arnold wanted for what's next to talk about the potential recall on Sacramento's.

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Maurice Curve in recording is he got caught in an avalanche. I'm gonna go clean. I'm saying he was uninjured. But in the past week, 15 people have died in avalanches in the U. S. The deadliest weeks since 1910 experts say it's a mix of a weak base layer. Recent snowfall on more people venturing in The back country during Cove it to stay away from crowds. Alex Stone ABC News Every submitted to the Senate. President Trump's legal team calls his second impeachment trial Political theater. ABC is Elizabeth shows he in Washington. The lawyers say the Senate should dismiss the case, calling the trial unconstitutional since Trump is no longer in office. They also argue the former president's comments urging his supporters to fight ahead of the January 6th capital riot are protected under the First Amendment. Trump faces the single charge of incitement of insurrection in his Trial, which is set to start Tuesday. Maybe sees Elizabeth Chelsea you're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm John Burnett. Easy at 11 02 with your top local stories, activists showed up at the home of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg over the weekend KFBK is Nick Um, a goddess has more protesters are voicing their concerns over Sacramento's handling of a tone lists crisis. A group of activists called so activists rallied at Mayor Deal Steinberg's house in the pocket neighborhood Saturday night and posted pictures and a road on social media. That the group's goal was to demand Steinberg to quit his job or resigned. A spokesperson for the mayor denounced the demonstration, citing several damages to Steinberg's property and serious threats of violence. Nikola Gall Hiss news 93.1 KFBK A man is dead after a housing complex in north Sacramento caught fire. The Sacramento Fire Department responded early yesterday morning, two Altos Avenue near Richardson village, parked or a single story four plex. The cause of the fire still under investigation, and former football player Charlie Krueger is dead at 84. He was a defensive tackle for the San Francisco 40 Niners. Yesterday, The team released a statement saying he died in Clayton, California, reports say his death was due to heart and kidney failure. Kruger join the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983. He was born in Caldwell, Texas, and had a 16 year NFL career. He survived by his wife, Chris. Traffic and weather together. There's Brian Nobles. This report is going to buy Cal hope in the California Department of Health Care Services saw that accident, 10 found 99 Centerville Road, big rigs. One of the vehicles involved the number 12 and three lanes of blind, according to CHP, four and five lanes are open. Nonetheless, Traffic's backed up the highway 50 also onto the westbound cap City freeway all the way beyond the street and also both directions of highway fifties. You approach highway 99 If you're feeling anxious, stressed or lonely, these difficult covert time's called Cal Open 8 33 3 17 hope that a 33 3 17 46 73 or visit cal hope dot order to talk to someone who can help hope well. First severe traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk.

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Wrong direction after trending down for weeks. Jobless claims arising again. The Labor Department report 742,000 new state filings for unemployment benefits last week about 30,000 more than the week before. Most economists expected almost no improvement, and now they think it will keep increasing at least for a few weeks is the pandemic. It's worse. And restaurant and bar closings increase, among other business restrictions, counting all state and federal unemployment programs. Continuing claims as of the end of October are down by about 800,000 just over 20 million compared to only a million and a half this time a year ago. China's president says his country is prepared to take the lead in the global economy Correspondent bills in for reports Jason Pig made the comment in an address to a virtual version of the annual Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum, or APEC. G called China the forerunner in driving the global economy and vowed to reduce tariffs and signed Morfogen trade agreements, a jab at the policies of the Trump administration. The United States is part of a peck. But President Trump is not expected to take part I'm Bill's in for Starbucks is brewing up the boost and pay for some of its employees. De Mutual has more CNBC reports, the coffee giant will raise hourly wages for baristas shift supervisors and cafe attendance by at least 10%. I will go into effect starting December 14th welcome back. Well last night. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Um Was lying. In the Capitol Rotunda, and actually, President Biden and his wife, Jill, visited Um, the two officers remains and in the rotunda to honor him. Meanwhile, uh, we had two FBI agents. Killed. In a shooting. In South Florida. Yeah, the war on the law enforcement, Right, Joining us now to talk about this national correspondent Rory O'Neill. Good morning, Rory. Good morning. Yeah, it was two agents who were shot and killed three others injured all while trying to serve a search warrant at the home of the suspect as part of a child pornography investigation. Agents or a 36 year old Daniel, Alison and 43, Year old or a Schwarzenberger, both for veterans of the FBI and worked for years specifically investigating these child pornography cases. The man who was the subject of the raid apparently took his own life. Now the FBI is trying to figure out if the all the due diligence was.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK Morning news this morning. The powerful Union representing California Public school teachers says they're teachers will need to be vaccinated before they return to school cave because, Nick um a guys with story the California Teachers Union is asking Governor Gavin Newsom if their teachers can get Cove in 19 vaccine before the state more widely reopens classrooms in a letter that California Teachers Association wrote to new, some, saying the vaccines are essential to the return of in person learning. The union insists that the state meets a ramp up vaccination before reopening is safe. Last month, Newsome introduced a proposal offering schools two billion We're testing and protective gear to reopen schools in the short term, Nick and Meg all his news 93.1 Cappie can this morning There is a new secretary of state in California K P Case, Marshall Benson With the story. Dr Shirley Weber has been confirmed by the state Senate to become California's top elections official. Weber was approved by a unanimous vote. The former Assemblywoman, was first elected to the Legislature in 2000 and 12. She chaired the Assembly Budget Committee for the Assembly Committee of Elections. Prior to that, she taught African studies at the San Diego State University for four decades. Whoever replaces Alex Padilla, who is now the junior senator from California in the United States. Senate Marshall Benson News 93.1 kfbk Elsewhere in the news this morning, a statue of Mahatma Gandhi has been ripped down in a park in Davis can't because Mike Blunt with that tensions between the Indian and Sikh communities, and Davis are building up over A statue of Mahatma Gandhi statue was a gift to the city of Davis from the Indian government in 2016, however, earlier in the week the statue was toppled from its base. Officials are still investigating why the statue was vandalized. However, when it was first installed in the city's central park. Some members of the Sikh community protested its present saying, God he was a racist and molested his teenage grand niece, Mike Blunt news 93.1 KFBK. Hundreds of Sacramento area residents are still without power this morning, smart officials Say they've restored power to more than 200,000 homes. But more than 300 Smud customers have been without power for three straight nights. Heavy snow has led to a new avalanche warning this morning in the high Sierra.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"59 I'm active other meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk 45 degrees outside in Sacramento with stories trending now on the Cave became morning news this morning. The powerful union representing California Public school teachers says they're teachers will need to be vaccinated before they return to school cave because, Nick um, a guy, he says the report The California Teachers union is asking Governor Gavin Newsom if their teacher Girls can get the cove in 19 vaccine before the state more widely reopens classrooms. In a letter, the California Teachers Association wrote to new, some, saying the vaccines are essential to the return of in person learning. The union insists that the state needs to ramp up vaccination before reopening is safe. Last month, Newsome introduced a proposal offering schools two billion For testing and protective gear to reopen schools. In the short term, Nick and Meg all his news 93.1 kfbk there this morning. There is a new secretary of state in California. Here's kfbk is Marshall Benson. Dr Shirley Weber has been confirmed by the state Senate to become California's top elections official. Weber was approved by a unanimous vote. The former Assemblywoman, was first elected to the Legislature in 2000 and 12. She chaired the Assembly Budget Committee for the Assembly Committee of Elections. Prior to that, she taught African studies at the San Diego State University for four decades. Whoever replaces Alex Padilla, who is now the junior senator from California in the United States. Senate Marshall Benson News 93.1 kfbk Elsewhere in the news this morning, a statue of Mahatma Gandhi has been ripped down in a park in Davis, Kate because Mike Blunt with the story. Tensions between the Indian and Sikh communities and Davis are building up. Or a statue of Mahatma Gandhi statue was a gift to the city of Davis from the Indian government in 2016, however, earlier in the week the statue was toppled from its base. Officials are still investigating why the statue was vandalized. However, when it was first installed in the city's central park. Some members of the Sikh community protested its presence, saying God he was a racist and molested his teenage grand niece, Mike Blunt news 93.1 kfbk. Hundreds of Sacramento area residents are still without power this morning. Some artificial Say they've restored power to more than 200,000 homes. But more than 300 Smud customers have been without power for three straight days, he said. The snow has led to a new avalanche warning this morning in the high Sierra Kate because Taylor Martin has more Extreme avalanche warnings are in effect for California's Sierra region as a major winter storm hits the Greater Lake Tahoe area. The CHP warns that traffic maybe held at any given time for Avalanche.

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NewsRadio KFBK

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But officials did not open them Tuesday. The city and county routinely open warming centers when temperatures hit freezing for three nights in a row. Jury trials are being pushed back at local courthouses. Here's cave because, Nick, um I got his jury trial set for February and Yellow County are Being postponed later in the year. Yellow Superior Court Presiding Judge Daniel P. Maguire announced yesterday that the decision is based on the county's current cove in 19 transmission rates. The county has recorded over 11,000 cases. Since the beginning of the pandemic. Sacramento Superior Court has temporarily delayed jury service and jury trials through Friday, and plaster Court officials have suspended jury trials through January. Nikola got his news 93.1 CAF E K. 75 the time time for our featured audio clip this hour in the wake of the riots at the U. S. Capitol on January 6, some leading Democrats headed by Congressman Adam Schiff. Calling for new terrorism laws. But author and journalist Glenn Greenwald, who is the founder and editor of the intercept, says It's nothing but a power grab by the federal government officials. Here's what he said during an interview with the hill. It is our featured audio clip this hour. What Current law was not sufficient to stop the capital attacks. As I understand it, 100 more cops, and the entire thing looks different. Of course. I mean, of course, the United States the most militarized country in the world, the most Sarah militarized Police force in the world has the capacity to repel a few 100 protesters from the capital had they been prepared to do so, Which is why talk that we're facing some kind of existential insurrection is utter lunacy and madness, clearly designed to exploit people's fears to justify greater powers, but obviously the model they're using, and they're saying it explicitly is what they did with the first war on terror, the one that was ostensibly devoted to foreign terrorist groups on Other soil. Besides us while DeWitt ended up infiltrating US soil as well, was to expand what it means to be a crime. Obviously, before 2001. It was already a crime to fly planes into buildings or to blow people up. Those were already crimes so they had to enact an entire series of new terrorism was that were designed to expand what it means to support terrorism, and they called it material support for terrorism, which ended up being if you were a Muslim, and you uploaded a video critical of U. S foreign policy and heralding people who are resisting, or if you donated money to a charity That indirectly ended up in the hands of groups that the United States government with no due process designated a terrorist organization. Even if it weren't your intent wasn't your intent you were prosecuted for materially supporting terrorist organizations. What this law does that Adam Schiff proposed is to simply take the existing warrant tear a law that is devoted to foreign terrorist groups and just amended to say in domestic terror groups as well, which means Criminalizing all kinds of protest associational and even speech activity. Glenn Greenwald is one of the smartest guys in the room, and he's not afraid to challenge the status quo and he has in his entire career. And he brings up a very good point. We have to be very, very careful where we're going here. We're running down a slippery slope. And if we're not careful, we're gonna lose a lot of our rights. Our First Amendment rights, which are baked into the Constitution. By the way, the proposed legislation by Adam Schiff is stalled. It's It's not going anywhere right now. Well, the investigation into what happened in the capital is under way. I mean, the man who was the chief of the Capitol police has testified and said. I asked for help I I asked for the National Guard to be there. I knew we had warnings that there may be some issues well, and his green mold just said the whole notion that in the United States of America Which I mean, can you think of another country That's more fortified from a military standpoint from a police standpoint from a security standpoint in this country to think that for some reason that they couldn't propel Hundreds of protesters from the capital is lunacy Right on, He makes a really good How is it that that happened? Well, I mean, they asked for help, and they didn't for whatever reason they were doing. Deny there's help. There's there's an underlying story. Always ask why, and that's what Greenwald does. Why did this happen? Because that doesn't add up. You know, the math doesn't compute, especially if everyone had the intelligence that there may be issues. Right? All right, let's get you caught up now in your top national story. From ABC News. I'm Sherry pressed him. One of the six men charged in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan's Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer has agreed to plead guilty to a kidnapping.

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03:58 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With a high of 56 to 60, My manicure mother meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk, currently 48 degrees in Stockton. Now to the stories trending on this Friday morning. The price tag is in this morning. It will cost California taxpayers nearly $20 million for the heavy security protection of the state capital before and during the inauguration of President Biden. Hey, if because Nick um, a goddess with more on those numbers, the state spent nearly 19 million for a week's worth of high security around the capital and other parts of downtown Sacramento Governor Gavin Newsom mobilized 1000 members of the National Guard to protest government buildings, which costs 3.4 million for staffing, fuel and travel. State Department of Finance says the bulk of the expense was an extra costs of the CHP, which went on tactical alert. Nearly a week before the inauguration. National Guard troops and local law enforcement have begun to stand down, but the fencing installed around the capital will stay up for the rest of the week. You get the gall. His news 93.1 kfbk. New numbers confirm initial reports that the rollout of covert 19 vaccines in California is moving much slower than predicted KFBK correspondent Mike Lowrie reports. California has shipped more than 4.2 million vaccine doses to local providers, but so far just 1.6 million vaccine shots. Roughly 38% have actually been delivered into people's arms. The state Health Department reports many of those unused vaccines or for a second dose cova deaths in California Top 35,000 on Thursday. ICU capacity is still below 15% in the Bay Area. Southern California and San Joaquin Valley. Mike Lory, NBC news radio. Even though the Sacramento region is well below the 15% threshold for ICU capacity, Butte County remains under a stay at home order here. Kfbk is Mike Bacca. Few county health officials say the criteria determining stay at home orders has changed. They are no longer looking at actual ICU bed capacity rates. To either put us into a stay at home order or releases from a stay at home order to Net York is with Butte County Public Health and says the state is now looking at projections. Only Butte County has received more than 36,000 doses of the Corona virus vaccine. Health officials still waiting for nearly 6000 Morte to arrive. 11,000 of the doses of the vaccine have been administered so far to county residents. Mike Baka News 93.1 KFBK. The retrial of Scott Peterson's penalty phase has been pushed back to late spring Cave because Marshall Benson has an update. During Thursday's hearing in San Mateo Superior Court, Peterson appeared via zoom from San Quentin Prison. The Stanislaw County district attorney's office is once again seeking the death penalty for Peterson after the death sentence, handed down by a jury in 2000 and four was overturned by the California Supreme Court. Peterson is scheduled Appear back in court on April 27th Marshall Benson. He's 93.1 kfbk, sexually violent predator could soon be released in a community just outside GALT. Sacramento County officials say. Joshua Brian Cooley may soon live on Harvey rode. Cooley was charged in Humboldt County and multiple cases of sexual battery, kidnapping and sexual assault of a minor. A hearing is scheduled for next week for public comments at 705 on this Friday morning in his time now for our featured audio clip, we do this five minutes past every hour on our program. We give you an audio clip you may not have heard or seen on a local or network newscast give you a different perspective of fuller perspective on the day's events. Yesterday at this time. There were national media organizations, including CNN, who were reporting that the Biden administration must develop a brand new plan to distribute vaccines in America because, according to the reports, The Trump Administration had nothing set up. Turns out that was just not true. Dr. Anthony Fauci was asked about it during the White House press briefing. And it is our featured audio clip this hour. Is the Bible administration,.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Also in the news this morning colleges in California have a plan now to get rid of the S A T and a CT requirements to apply for college kid because Nick um a guy's reports that the pandemic has sped up this process, UC Berkeley first announced last May that it wanted to disregard S A T s, A C T test scores and admissions decisions for some students in a pilot study. The University of California region soon followed suit and voted to phase out the test over five years. In September, a California state judge ordered you see to immediately suspend all use of test scores in admissions. Testing experts nationwide called the Golden State, the prime accelerator and getting rid of the requirement in the college admissions process. Making the girl his news 93.1 KFBK California has a new senator, Vice President Kamila Harris Warren Democrat Alex Padilla on Wednesday following her swearing in as the 49th vice president. Idea is California's first Latino U S. Senator, Please raise your right hand. Okay? Do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties. Of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you God. Hey, you Congratulations. Video was appointed by Governor Gavin Newsom Is Harris is replacement in the Senate? The Senate continues to consider Cabinet nominees and more concerns are being raised. KFBK correspondent Bill Zimpfer has more so far just one nominee has been confirmed. Director of National Intelligence Several Haynes Treasury nominee Janet Yellen could be the next to be confirmed, but There could be debate over others like defense nominee Lloyd Austin, who needs a waiver to be approved since he has not been out of the military for the required seven years and homeland Security nominee Alejandro Mayorkas after concerns were raised about his thoughts on immigration. I'm Bill's M for All right, Let's get your national stories now from ABC Biden administration, putting the United States back into the World Health Organization, Dr Anthony Fauci, thanking the W. H O for playing what he says is a leading role in the global response to the grown a virus pandemic in the trying circumstances..

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Presidential inauguration facing threats from extremist groups

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00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Presidential inauguration facing threats from extremist groups

"You know the news this morning, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg urging people to be vigilant and of tomorrow's presidential inauguration cave because Nick um a goddess with more Steinberg has worked to coordinate local state and federal response to the California Capitol threats in the aftermath of the U. S. Capitol attack on January 6 last week, Governor Gavin Newsom activated the California National Guard to protect government buildings in the capital city.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Hitting another somber milestone amid the Corona Larrys pandemic. The Golden State became the first in the nation to surpass three million total infections. A Sacramento sheriff's deputy has been shot and killed in last night's shooting knew. Cal Expo in Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident and says it started as a vehicle stop at ordered way and Morse Avenue and ended on the Cal Expo grounds where the suspect crashed near the horse track. The suspect reportedly refused to communicate with the deputies, prompting them to release a canine officer. The suspect shot and killed. The canine then started firing at the officer's Sheriff Scott Jones, announced that a second deputy was also injured but is in stable condition. The suspect was killed in the shooting. A cove in 19 variant, first seen abroad is now being seen more frequently in the Golden State. Health officials say. This strain is different from the variant that was first detected in the UK, the Department of Public Health and Notes. This new variant has been found in 12 counties in California. I'm Nick, um ago Hiss. Sacramento traffic checking KFBK traffic North Bound five in Sacramento at Jay Street. The exit is shut down until 5 30 you have construction taking place there and you also have more construction South bound 99 between Grant Line Road and Dillard Road in Elk Grove. It is variously shut down until five o'clock, then north bound 99 at floor and road. You have the off ramp shut down until 5 A.m., and the same could be said about the onramp to North bound 99. At floor in road You have north bound 99 at Mac roads on ramp. Shut down as well. That won't open up until 5 a.m. all them. Jacob News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Some wind.

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NewsRadio KFBK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"nick um" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"What's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. California is hitting another somber milestone Amid the Corona virus pandemic, the Golden State became the first in the nation to surpass three million total infections. That's also more than countries such as France, Turkey, Italy and Spain. President elect Joe Biden is nominating San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Martin for the job of deputy secretary and the U. S Department of Education. Martin has been superintendent since 2013. She got her start as a teacher and schoolwide literacy specialist in the power a unified school district and has worked as an educator for 32 years. Cove in 19 variant, first seen abroad is now being seen more frequently in the Golden State. Health officials say. This strain is different from the variant that was first detected in the UK, the Department of Public Health and Notes. This new variant has been found in 12 counties in California. Officials say the state is working with the CDC and public health departments to learn more about the variant and how it spreads. I'm Nick, um, ago has now sacramental traffic checking kfbk traffic North bound 99 in Elk Grove. The Mac Road exit is shut down because of construction taking place until five in the morning. South Sacramento North bound 99 at the Cal vine exit. Pretty much the same situation there. The off ramp is shut down until five o'clock north bound 99 at Calvin roads on ramp that is shut down as well. Mork Construction taking place there then Elk Grove north about 99. The Sheldon Road on Ramp is shut down north about 99 in Elk Grove Boulevard. The exit is closed until 5 a.m.. As well as the onramp Alden Jacob News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather We need said ivory made it clear.

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Proposed corporate tax hike in California would aid homeless

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00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Proposed corporate tax hike in California would aid homeless

"Democrats are proposing legislation legislation to to increase increase taxes taxes on on corporations corporations to to build build homeless homeless shelters shelters cave cave because because Nick Nick Um, Um, a a guy guy who who says says details details corporate corporate tax tax hike hike would would raise raise more more than than two two billion billion each each year year to get people off the streets. Supporters say it would reinvent California's approach to solving the state's homeless crisis. While opponents argue the bill would contribute to the perception that California is hostile to business,

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05:33 min | 2 years ago

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"On radio and on Fox News and the Shut people down and they work through a bunch of other ways. There are people right now that tape every single word of every time I'm on the air in the hopes that somebody against myself, somebody says, one thing, one word, one phrase that they think they can use. That would be actionable to get my voice silenced. Um I'm a mainstream conservative governor you've known me have been on the air 33 years and I am stunned. Now it's It's taken on this alarming level and I'm not sure when it ends and where it ends and how it ends. And it's just dangerous to may. Well, whatever happened to the people on the left, who used to say, even in regards to things that were pornographic? Hey, If you don't like it, just turn it off. Go to a different channel. That's not what these folks they're saying anymore. They're not saying find out of the channel. Turn off the one that offend you. They're saying get rid of all the channels not because they are patently obscene are offensive to Any average person, But because we the people of power, the big tech giants don't like them. We don't agree with him, and we'd rather not be challenged in our own puny beliefs. Let's not forget Shawn that what is at the heart of this is a combination of arrogance and insecurity, the arrogance of believing that their views are superior to everyone else is and then it's the insecurity of knowing that their views really could not stand up to the scrutiny. Someone challenging them. I mean, I always feel this way. And I know you do because you deal with it every day. If somebody wants to come on in challenge, you bring it on. I'm fine with it. Let's hear your views and let's put it juxtaposed against mine. And let's see how this turns out. That's how you stayed in the business 33 years on radio and television, and it's how America is supposed to work. But when these people come out It's no, we don't want any of you, but ours. That's arrogance. And we don't want to hear what you have to say, because our views really aren't that strong. And if somebody were to challenge him, our house of cards falls apart. You know, you actually pointed something out, and I never listen calling. Captain Nick. Um, I don't have any problem with anybody. Protest ng in any way shape matter reform. I really don't and he wants to take a knee. That's his choice. Father teams want to do it. That's their choice. And people should have the right to disagree and say, you know, well, you know, look at what happened to poor Drew Brees when he said, Well, my grandfather fought and nearly died under fighting for that under under that flag, and I don't agree with it, and you know, then spent the next month apologizing for it. But you, you've, I guess found a tweet of calling capper, Nick. And I guess this was made. Um uh, when I guess some of the writing was going on this summer if I can see the date here that it was in in May of this past year, um, and where he's basically, he says, when civility leads to death. Revolting is the only logical reaction and the cries for peace will reign down. And when they do, they will land on deaf ears. Because your violence has brought this resistance. We have the right to fight back. Rest in power. George Floyd first every human being with a heart and soul. Immediately agreed. This has transcended politics, racial lines and everything as it should, because a human being that never should happen Anybody ever And then you pointed out that that that tweet remains and Jack Dorsey at Jack gave $3 million. What was it after that statement, you know, leaving in July. There's somebody inconsistencies here and one glaring one to me When I'm hearing people say we ought to impeach the president because Something, he said, and thoughtful constitutional scholars who are not trump supporters like Jonathan Turley and Alan Dershowitz, who I respect both so very much because they looking at this as objectively Aziz. Anybody can from a strictly legal perspective, not because they're Trumpers because they're out there advocating for the president. Neither one of them voted for Donald Trump, but they both said there's nothing impeachable in what he said He did not incite a riot and I'm really disappointed in some of the people. Any of whom I've seen on Fox, that our contributors and I like him in the still friends, But you know, they've said, Well, what the president said was an incitement to arrive. And I'm thinking no, it was not by any stretch of the actual words and look at the script were I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol Building to peacefully and patriotic Lee make your voices heard. Catherine Herridge of CBS News reported that Apparently, people that were responsible for some of this had already breached and we're bringing things in. But you know, it doesn't justify anybody that didn't respect our laws now and did an absolutely They had no business invading the capital like that. Every single person I know condemns it. You condemn it when we did from the beginning and also Was a tiny percentage of all those people that showed up just like most protesters this summer were peaceful, but a few agitators caused a lot of problems for many months. Well, I was going to reference the fact that common Harris back last summer didn't just say that What they were doing was OK when they were burning cities down, hitting cops in the head with bricks and You're going.

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Artist remakes Breonna Taylor sculpture that was smashed by vandals in California

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Artist remakes Breonna Taylor sculpture that was smashed by vandals in California

"Of Briana Taylor after the original was vandalized over the weekend. The Peace, which was created by artist Leo Carson, was installed in downtown Oakland. Just a few weeks ago. The bus honors Taylor, a black woman who was fatally shot by police in Kentucky earlier this year. Oakland police say they're investigating the incident as an act of vandalism. I'm Nick, um, ago has

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