23 Burst results for "North California"

Chicago firehouse was struck by bullets early Sunday morning

WGN Nightside

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

Chicago firehouse was struck by bullets early Sunday morning

"Shooting. W. James gave Salgado has more. The Chicago Fire Department says that the Rogers Park firehouse on the 6200 block of North California, was struck by bullets early Sunday morning. They report that the shooter fired towards the building because the person they were aiming for ran inside for refuge. The victim reportedly suffered a graze wound while the building ended up with a shattered window. And damage to its overhead door. This firehouse is the home for Battalion. Nine An engine company 71 police are investigating gave Salgado W. G. M News the second day of a weeklong nurses strike at the University of

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Coronavirus death toll tops 1000 in China, US reports 13th case

The Takeaway

07:40 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus death toll tops 1000 in China, US reports 13th case

"Across the globe the spread of coronavirus shows no signs of slowing down this week Chinese health officials reported that more than forty thousand people have been infected globally the death toll is also on the rise with more than one thousand reported dead so far the majority of those cases are in China where everyday life is at a standstill in an effort to contain the corona virus Chinese authorities have implemented mass quarantines across central China specifically around the city of Wuhan and who bay province where the fires first broke out a government imposed lockdown in the region has restricted transportation and people are being encouraged to remain in their homes plus many businesses and schools are still close across China but despite the quarantine the number of confirmed infections continues to climb daily at the same time a different kind of quarantine is taking place online the Chinese government has been working to suppress discussion of the outbreak since late December when people first started posting about it across the internet for more on this we're joined by two journalists who have recently been quarantined Steven McDonald Beijing based correspondent with the BBC and Sean lead China based correspondent for the Wall Street journal thank you both for coming back on the program hiring good don't do now both of you have personally been under quarantine during this outbreak Sean let's start with you how do you get out of quarantine so I was in quarantine in China into a province for twelve days and essentially the local authorities told us that the quarantine was going to be extended indefinitely and the only way out of out of the city where we were and how to a province was to take at the American evacuation flight out of lawn so that's what we did with our colleague last Friday so now I'm in quarantine again and the US at Travis Air Force base for another fourteen fourteen days north California and how does it how are the conditions compared of from China to where you are right now it's it's very different so in China out we weren't allowed to leave our rooms because at a certain point they were afraid that we were actually infected yeah even our temperatures were on a normal so in the US were allowed to leave our rooms you know we're allowed to go outside on who to a hotel grounds we were on were on air base in a hotel and but they put a temporary barricades around the hotel grounds guarded by US marshals in case we go stir crazy and make a run for it but you know there's a striking difference between the two and how did you feel stir crazy at any point during this last few weeks intranet definitely because we were confined to our rooms and we were there for over a week so even though it was very nice hotel you get you know you kind of get sensory deprivation for not having seen are you know Arab spoken to anyone else for over a week I Stephen you were just released from quarantine in Beijing correct what was your ex how was your experience different so what I'm two losses we went into who by province from who none that's in neighboring province we wanted to go in that way because we knew that these sort of lockdowns was starting we thought if we have a car that's going to break plates it's going to restrict this so we went to Hunan hide a car and driving now on the way Ian pot from going past you know the more more serious roadblocks as you approach to buy we went in sort of bar a Backstreet I think we thought it would be pretty easy to go down this dirt road and sneak into this province but even there there was a police roadblock and they're like oh you can go in but when talk back out again at this point you realize that we're gonna lock down old from by these sixty million people effectively you know you're looking down the entire population of easily and you know we never the less pressed on a drive through various ghost town like places of nobody in on the streets and some small cities there and we ended up at one place where in a hospital and interviewing a patient on the inside bira phone app who told us he was pretty wide exit gone into the hospital he had a temperature but he thought he didn't necessarily have the coronavirus when you eighteen he thought he might catch it anyway because I'd stop him in this ward with other coronavirus patients and so he sort of inevitably thought he is going to end up being infected anyway at this point the police turned up and some local government officials and they didn't want us to be there in their town at reporting they sort of wanted us to move on and was saying look you know I really want to get back to not at some point but now we can't go back there now it's locked down and all at this point they decided well I'd rather breach their own quarantine rules that have a team of pesky journalists hang around there and so we had a police escort lights flashing it everything and the drivers back across out of who by and that's how we got out of that province and ended up returning to Beijing now anybody who's been in bay is advised to being quarantined for two weeks so we just decided to do it anyway like my boss said beat up stateside home for two weeks but it's funny the response to this in all aspects of this emergency it differs from city to city so two of my colleagues went back to Shanghai now in Shanghai to be much more strict on journalists there they had police and medical James knocking on the door making them signed documents you will not leave your home for two weeks at central in Beijing it hasn't been like that I just got a call from the foreign ministry all heard you've been there he's sick he's dying and I'm like I look out the self see light at so just depends where you end up in terms of how strict it is shown in the Wall Street journal your paper had a headline stating that president xi inspected a hospital after quote a conspicuous absence has his absence had a political reverberations yes I mean she's alright he hasn't been seen publicly add any sort of hospital or talking to patients he actually dispatch the premier to will Honda few weeks ago to visit hospitals and speak to you and talk to patients and medical workers so it it's it you know it's it's the fact that he hasn't shown his face and in the front lines of the outbreak has been very conspicuous especially as public anger has surged over the weeks with how the government has been handling it and last week when that young doctor and Honda whistleblower doctor Lee when they are on diets from after being infected with corona virus are there was just a huge outpouring online of people questioning where was the job where was the government how how it works how were they handling or mishandling the outbreak and so how has the government responded to this anger so they have aggressively censored a lot of people's comments online the the sensors have been working overtime and on the other hand they've also been sending more higher level health experts to bay and two will Hines so just yesterday they to a province ousted the two top level provincial health health officials and actually replaced up replace them with a veteran health official from the national health commission so it appears like they're bringing in more experts also the team from the W. H. O. landed and China yesterday to help the government's response so so that those are Sir two aspects of

"north california" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"north california" Discussed on KGO 810

"Five in far north California will fully open later today he was shut down in both directions near the Oregon state line yesterday after cars and trucks found out during this current big storm that shut down stranded hundreds of people the southbound lanes of I. five re opened at Ashland Oregon earlier today today's one of the busiest travel days of the year and adding to the headaches two major storms are slamming the country from the west coast to the Great Lakes millions of people are now under some kind of winter weather advisory snow plows our own overdrive and first responders are working around the clock but the problems and delays are also in the skies hundreds of flights have been delayed or canceled nationwide and to top it off more than two hundred thousand customers are without power the majority of the outages in California Indiana Michigan Wisconsin and Kentucky Camilla burn out a massive explosion at a chemical plant in Texas left three workers injured and blew out windows and doors and homes several miles away the explosion happened at the TPC chemical plant in port nature is about eighty miles from Houston mayor Glen Johnson understand would get blown out of bed means now because you're up quick windows structural damage I'm one of those Jefferson County judge Jeff radic who heads up emergency management says is windows and doors were blown out as well and the fire is still burning the focus is really on putting the fire out its leading the materials that are in their burn.

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Strong winds fuel raging wildfires across California

Chris Krok

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Strong winds fuel raging wildfires across California

"Airport the Pacific gas and Electric Company utility says its power lines may have started to wildfires over the weekend in the San Francisco Bay Area meanwhile PGA any chief meteorologist Scott stressful says the north California is experiencing a full a little in the strong winds we do expect another round of very dry north winds another Diablo wind of and to develop Tuesday tomorrow morning starting their eight AM first in the Sacramento Valley in the Shasta area as well as adjacent terrain now will be followed by gusty northeast winds developing over northern California Tuesday evening overnight into

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America, Jeff Bezos Bill Gates And Fifty Years discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

10:19 min | 2 years ago

America, Jeff Bezos Bill Gates And Fifty Years discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand

"In the last fifty years the tech industry has reshaped America it's changed how we communicate our economy and our political landscape the captains of this industry mark Zuckerberg Jeff Bezos Bill Gates they've all become some of the richest people in history and it all happened in Silicon Valley a story of high tech a lot the ghosts were daring entrepreneurs found equally daring investors willing to roll the dice on risky new ventures realized by armies of technological whiz kids all remote from and free of the stultifying influence of the federal government that's the line Silicon Valley and its denizens have touted anyway historian Margaret mera says it's a self serving myth that belies silicon valley's humble beginnings as a remote Cold War research and development hub and the deep ties it fostered with the US government how Silicon Valley went from obscurity to global powerhouse is the subject of America's new book the code Silicon Valley and the remaking of America America's a professor of history at the university of Washington and she joins me now it's good to have you on the show it's terrific to be here thanks for having me so you have written a revisionist history of sorts why is that need it your what's the danger of thinking of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs as these loan calculators well I think tech is all around us tech is no longer off to the side it's were using its products every day and to realize how realizing how we got to now and realizing that it's a story not only of entrepreneurship but also of politics and culture is really important understanding where we go next off now that's interesting so and we're gonna get to that but let's go back to the beginning now yeah well I did Palo alto become the hub of all of this tak a and as you point out in the book it was just the sleepy railroad village in the nineteen fifties but you say two things made a big difference the mom and then the southern Pacific railroad tycoon Leland Stanford that's right Leland Stanford who of course is a man of the nineteenth century not the twentieth or twenty first but in in the eighteen eighty five he and his wife and out and found at the university and sixty years later that university becomes the hub of a growing electronics industry in a valley that before that had mostly been a place of fruit production and canneries it was the beginning of a complete transformation and the catalyst for that was not just the fact that Stanford was there and not just the fact that private industries and companies like Lockheed L. A. base Lougheed opened a major division up there but also because the federal government got into the research and development business in a big way for the first time in the nineteen fifties and then there are these two threads run side by side Stanford and and Cold War industry because you write that Stanford helped shift the center of tech away from and my tea in Boston which was historically the first type of technology and innovation so what was it about Stanford that made it so uniquely suited to being that lab of this burgeoning military industrial complex well Stanford did what no other university dead which was it really completely reorganized itself to meet the needs of the burgeoning Cold War and US military industrial complex at then this is a really important thing to understand you know one of the reasons I wrote this book is because I've spent two decades looking at history of tack and having people ask me here and around the world how you know where it's going to be the next Silicon Valley how do I build a silicon something and and often the other regions have looked at the bay area inside a hot if we have a university there then we're just going to you know at we can build a tech cluster adjacent to it not recognizing how distinct Stanford was it was a private university that had an immense degree of latitude to try to change the way it worked and the people who ran the university in the fifties and the sixties and notably it's dean of engineering and then provost a guy named Fred Terman decided to really reorganize the entire curriculum to beef up physics to create these really powerful research labs that were devoted to things like microwave and radar technology as well as small and advanced electronics no other place did that and Fred turn was the guy who lord Hewlett Packard out right yeah that the secret of of Silicon Valley is not just the tack it's the people right and Fred Terman is a really important character in the early parts of this book because he is not only situated at the this key role at Stanford but he is so instrumental and personally bringing out people and encouraging them to start companies there is another important distinction between Stanford and MIT say that Stanford encouraged people to work outside of academia for the for companies you know themselves the that and also that the companies didn't make their employees sign non competes so you have that that flow of labor yes so the non compete is a really important California hallmark of king of why California and my north California because the state of California other let unlike other states including the state of Washington where I where I am does allow people to job pop and doesn't penalize them you know isn't for non compete agreements are are not are not allowed under California state law but there's a I think that Stanford has this get create this model for collaboration with industry and and creating an opportunity as you said for art for both faculty and students to go back and forth between academia and industry and that was not done that that was something that no other university was doing it and other parts of Stanford looked on it with some horror hit has as higher education kind of selling out to an industry yet to give the most bad reputation and union act in the halls of academe another big part of this story is the post nineteen fifty seven the space race by Nick and Kennedy is putting man on the moon at that started or sparked this start up an explosion in Silicon Valley so how did that get more money flowing to individual entrepreneurs and and why were they Sir are often based here in the west yeah well this is a really great part of the store and it's really important to that head of show how the story of the valley is not just big government and it's not just entrepreneurship it's both and it's actually the wait not only the government spending money but how it float so look you come into the nineteen fifties and you have a lot of electronics a lot of air space a lot of military related activity going on up and down the west coast but when you think about both LA in Seattle you think about building big building airplanes building you know aerospace may not exclusively but that that's kind of the dominance that that the characteristic of the industry was you know building building big things the valley was already building small things it was a small place it was building smaller tronic some communications devices well after October nineteen fifty seven when of America's they the white house's hair is on fire metaphorically because the Soviets have been the first one to get a satellite into orbit there's this huge push for more spending on space the space race kicks off again goes into overdrive and with that starts flowing you know what do you need to build more powerful rockets to send a man to the moon you need very small very light very powerful electronics devices and that is exactly what the valley is building and as more startups settled in the west you have the rise of the venture capitalists and it's really interesting to read in your book about the dawn of that whole game didn't early venture capitalists guys actually drive around Palo alto looking for signs of of nerdy men working on something in her garage is that they could invested they they did it's I mean it's amazing the venture capitalists the beginning we're not fees you now rich swaggering they weren't someone many of them were people who had a great deal of their own money they were young smart guys many of them with business degrees who were managing other rich people's money for them and one of the stories I tell the book is one that was told to me by bill draper led to one of these legendary venture capitalists whose father was a VC whose son and other family members have become very prominent venture capitalists and bill draper talks about driving around with his then business partner pitch Johnson another person I interviewed for the book and how they would just go out in the palm orchards and look for these old sheds that used to be used for drying prunes that might have this sort of sign that was tacked up outside with some funny name that can ended in tron or some kind of made up electronic sounding name and they would show up and they would knock on the door and they say Hey what do you do and I'm a venture capitalist and the and the guy would say what's that it's like I'm someone who can invest in it I can give you some money I'm gonna best in you for for some upside in your company and and that the guys in the print shed would often say will come right on in let's look we'll show you what we're doing so quite as it is it's very is very quite as but it's a wonderful image to think about these these young men getting up early in the day and just driving around looking for deals and is another person VC I talked to for the book read dammit Dennis told me like in those early days there was there was just so much there was so much out opportunity out there and there was very little competition no one else was really tracking the stuff none of the big money guys certainly none of the east coast money men were paying any attention to these little companies the California electronics industry in the northern California electronics industry matures you start getting this generation of men who can come out of the work in these industries and I'm I'm saying man AG again and again deliberately okay this this was an all male all white a world at the time and there's still so white and so male I mean not that much has changed looking into this whole history how is that informed why there hasn't been much problems

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"north california" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"north california" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Believe it. Geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Donlevatar mission impossible on your television. You're going to watch it for a few minutes. Like, they're all entertaining. Although I would say the one that was bad was the one where there were faces being peeled off. I thought that. Remind everyone apply that rule, then it's all the one where what no no. But the one where more than one where everybody was pulling off of are you out of your mind, not a single bad moment in any of those movies that once to God's you do not have a good movie if you have a movie in which your face is being peeled off as a plot to it. Not like the mask. Swing was coming back. Like tech savory. VC's live at our show with this two guys on ESPN radio. So Cody, I just saw a news wire here at the ESPN campus and studios across about your favorite quarterback or the show's favorite quarterback or maybe just Dan's favorite quarterback. But Aaron Rogers says he's donating a million dollars to wildfire relief efforts in northern California announced it in a video on Twitter just moments ago. I forgot that's where he's from. Wow. I thought he was a mid west dude because it's been Green Bay so long but his hometown Chico is in Butte county, which has been hard hit by those by those fires I feel I don't know. I feel a lot of these charitable social media drives from athletes that we see a lot of we don't always see their own money being put up and this is a doodoo who's putting up seven figures. You know, that's a that's a number that gets your attention a million dollars. I some other athlete just donated one hundred thousand I can't recall who that's a great thing. But. A million is is terrific. So many athletes live out there. And some have, you know, tweeted about losing homes and and stuff like that. You know, that's that's the best. Use of celebrities is when you have the financial wherewithal to really make an impact like that in you You know, know, I. I saw lady Gaga whose lives out there. You know, visiting a firehouse and and spending time with first responders and anytime celebrity can really lend themselves or their money to a great. 'cause I think it's really meaningful. I think. Yeah. Well, it's going to have some very real impact. It's so much of that goes directly to the resources that are needed to not only corral the fires which only about seventy percent contained right now in northern California. But also with the rebuild which is gonna be so massive once they get going. I'll we're gonna have Greg Candice Buckner for the Washington Post coming up at eleven o'clock here on ESPN radio. She has been as plugged in his anyone to the miserable failure. But also entertaining dumpster fire that the Washington Wizards have been so far this season. Although I think she's going to tell us at least I'm gonna ask just hell far back. This goes, I refuse to believe that this is something that's bubbled up over the last. I. Of the season or thereabouts. And it's just when I say she's plugged in. I mean, she's plugged in from, you know, the pen and paper dot com side as opposed to Steven A who went down, and sort of sort of made sure that he was face to face with some of these protagonists and antagonists in the story. But I listen, the wizards are probably as close as I get to NBA fandom not like Mike with his Cleveland Cavaliers, but like I'm super plugged in to the contracts in plugged in just plugged into the fire Ernie chance now like, and it's just I'm dying to know some of.

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Aaron Rogers to donate a million dollars to wildfire relief efforts in North California

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Aaron Rogers to donate a million dollars to wildfire relief efforts in North California

"Rogers says he's donating a million dollars to wildfire relief efforts in northern California announced it in a video on Twitter just moments ago. I forgot that's where he's from. Wow. I thought he was a mid west dude because it's been Green Bay so long but his hometown Chico is in Butte county, which has been hard hit by those by those fires I feel I don't know. I feel a lot of these charitable social media drives from athletes that we see a lot of we don't always see their own money being put up and this is a doodoo who's putting up seven figures. You know, that's a that's a number that gets your attention a million dollars. I some other athlete just donated one hundred thousand I can't recall who that's a great thing. But. A million is is terrific. So many athletes live out there. And some have, you know, tweeted about losing homes and and stuff like that. You know, that's that's the best. Use of celebrities is when you have the financial wherewithal to really make an impact like that in you You know, know, I. I saw lady Gaga whose lives out there. You know, visiting a firehouse and and spending time with first responders and anytime celebrity can really lend themselves or their money to a great. 'cause I think it's really meaningful. I think. Yeah. Well, it's going to have some very real impact. It's so much of that goes directly to the resources that are needed to not only corral the fires which only about seventy percent contained right now in northern California. But also with the rebuild which is gonna be so massive once they get going. I'll we're gonna have Greg Candice Buckner for the Washington Post coming up at eleven o'clock here on ESPN radio. She has been as plugged in his anyone to the miserable failure. But also entertaining dumpster fire that the Washington Wizards have been so far this season. Although I think she's going to tell us at least I'm gonna ask just hell far back. This goes, I refuse to believe that this is something that's bubbled up over the last. I. Of the season or thereabouts. And it's just when I say she's plugged in. I mean, she's plugged in from, you know, the pen and paper dot com side as opposed to Steven A who went down, and sort of sort of made sure that he was face to face with some of these protagonists and antagonists in the story. But I listen, the wizards are probably as close as I get to NBA fandom not like Mike with his Cleveland Cavaliers, but like I'm super plugged in to the contracts in plugged in just plugged into the fire Ernie chance now like, and it's just I'm dying to know some of

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"north california" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning I'm art Cohen WBZ news and our top story at this hour the weather with continued heat. And humidity and some thunderstorms on. The way WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's joins us for quick update. This is a nasty situation developing it looks like some a. Thunderstorm that's capable of producing a tornado we've seen reports of trees down around Woodstock here this morning it looks like it's centered around Webster heading east northeast towards the east Douglas and into near Whitten's Ville that's the. Track of that particular. Cell, but we're going to see more, of these as we go through the next several hours with. Rain heavy at times causing flooding and these. Spin up thunderstorms that could produce. A, little rotation and a quick tornado or certainly some straight line wind damage that's what we've got to look forward to here over the. Next couple of hours and I'm going to be back every ten. Minutes with a complete update rain. And severe thunderstorms here the next couple of hours I'll keep you. Up to date on WBZ News Radio ten, thirty thank you dean. And speaking. Of flooding in Lynchburg Virginia the college lake dam. Overflowed threatening. More than one. Hundred homes so far officials are confident that with, little or no rain in the forecast for today the damn will hold now they promised to fix the dam which is a. Tremendous relief to people who live. Downstream correspondent chip Reid has more from where I'm standing I can. See a big gap oh maybe twenty feet long in the. Dam where the water that was Surging over, the dam knocked out a wall and a portion of the old dam New Hampshire had some powerful thunderstorms yesterday lightning set off a. Fire at the Hopkinton library it was put out quickly but workers are trying to, preserve as many books as possible no one was hurt there were some, down trees flash flooding in Manchester for some road closures. The water was waist deep in some areas before receding, Friday night. More rain in. The forecast for today California is fighting, sixteen wildfires at last count the ranch fire in northern California. Where two fires have merged has destroyed forty one homes and force more evacuations in Mendocino. And lake counties we. Get, more on that from KPI PIX, televisions Elizabeth cook ranch fire around the eastern shore of clear. Lake now covers an area the size of. San Jose and it's just twenty, eight, percent contained a red flag warning in effect for the fire zone Things could get worse this weekend fire covers more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres or. About one hundred eighty square miles and some evacuation, orders have, been lifted near reading where the car fire has killed six people it is now thirty nine percent, contained the PawSox make a move that they describe as cautionary will explain in a few minutes WBZ news time is ten oh three. It's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru retailers of New. England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes brought to you by Bernie and Phil's furniture and here's rob hackler and art. It is tough ride out west at Tana's you've been hearing the weather we've got the. Rain making I have really wet. Roads seeing the pike westbound is starting to really slow down around one twenty. Two and military in its heavy most of the way out towards eighty four in Sturbridge with reduced speeds on eighty four in Sturbridge is well the drive time on the, pike westbound. Is starting to jump up from framingham disturb ridge it is about. Fifty five minutes so getting close to an hour drive time through that stretch. Of the pike also. Watch out for work crews onto ninety on the eastbound side near main street in Shrewsbury to ninety, west his work crews near Salman pond road in church street one five southbound he's heavy before. Sixty two down two to ninety north of town ninety five north is slaughtered Seabrook New Hampshire up towards the Hampton tolls downtown Picking up company on the Leverett connector. Getting onto Storrow drive keep. In mind. Downtown the pike both ways you've got lane. Restrictions for the work of the Kama bridge eastbound, two lanes open westbound one lane open northbound expressway heavy approaching the O'Neill, tunnel route three is busy near. Derby street and down at the Cape you've. Got about a two and. A half mile backup at. The sagamore inborn bridges next report ten thirteen. WBZ's traffic on the threes no one likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie.

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North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA

WBZ Midday News

04:15 min | 3 years ago

North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA

"Good morning I'm art Cohen WBZ news and our top story at this hour the weather with continued heat. And humidity and some thunderstorms on. The way WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's joins us for quick update. This is a nasty situation developing it looks like some a. Thunderstorm that's capable of producing a tornado we've seen reports of trees down around Woodstock here this morning it looks like it's centered around Webster heading east northeast towards the east Douglas and into near Whitten's Ville that's the. Track of that particular. Cell, but we're going to see more, of these as we go through the next several hours with. Rain heavy at times causing flooding and these. Spin up thunderstorms that could produce. A, little rotation and a quick tornado or certainly some straight line wind damage that's what we've got to look forward to here over the. Next couple of hours and I'm going to be back every ten. Minutes with a complete update rain. And severe thunderstorms here the next couple of hours I'll keep you. Up to date on WBZ News Radio ten, thirty thank you dean. And speaking. Of flooding in Lynchburg Virginia the college lake dam. Overflowed threatening. More than one. Hundred homes so far officials are confident that with, little or no rain in the forecast for today the damn will hold now they promised to fix the dam which is a. Tremendous relief to people who live. Downstream correspondent chip Reid has more from where I'm standing I can. See a big gap oh maybe twenty feet long in the. Dam where the water that was Surging over, the dam knocked out a wall and a portion of the old dam New Hampshire had some powerful thunderstorms yesterday lightning set off a. Fire at the Hopkinton library it was put out quickly but workers are trying to, preserve as many books as possible no one was hurt there were some, down trees flash flooding in Manchester for some road closures. The water was waist deep in some areas before receding, Friday night. More rain in. The forecast for today California is fighting, sixteen wildfires at last count the ranch fire in northern California. Where two fires have merged has destroyed forty one homes and force more evacuations in Mendocino. And lake counties we. Get, more on that from KPI PIX, televisions Elizabeth cook ranch fire around the eastern shore of clear. Lake now covers an area the size of. San Jose and it's just twenty, eight, percent contained a red flag warning in effect for the fire zone Things could get worse this weekend fire covers more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres or. About one hundred eighty square miles and some evacuation, orders have, been lifted near reading where the car fire has killed six people it is now thirty nine percent, contained the PawSox make a move that they describe as cautionary will explain in a few minutes WBZ news time is ten oh three. It's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru retailers of New. England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes brought to you by Bernie and Phil's furniture and here's rob hackler and art. It is tough ride out west at Tana's you've been hearing the weather we've got the. Rain making I have really wet. Roads seeing the pike westbound is starting to really slow down around one twenty. Two and military in its heavy most of the way out towards eighty four in Sturbridge with reduced speeds on eighty four in Sturbridge is well the drive time on the, pike westbound. Is starting to jump up from framingham disturb ridge it is about. Fifty five minutes so getting close to an hour drive time through that stretch. Of the pike also. Watch out for work crews onto ninety on the eastbound side near main street in Shrewsbury to ninety, west his work crews near Salman pond road in church street one five southbound he's heavy before. Sixty two down two to ninety north of town ninety five north is slaughtered Seabrook New Hampshire up towards the Hampton tolls downtown Picking up company on the Leverett connector. Getting onto Storrow drive keep. In mind. Downtown the pike both ways you've got lane. Restrictions for the work of the Kama bridge eastbound, two lanes open westbound one lane open northbound expressway heavy approaching the O'Neill, tunnel route three is busy near. Derby street and down at the Cape you've. Got about a two and. A half mile backup at. The sagamore inborn bridges next report ten thirteen. WBZ's traffic on the threes no one likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie.

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"north california" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Says that the split california into three states movement is gaining traction have you heard about this there is an initiative going on the california ballot a citizens initiative to take california and split it into three different states california north california south california reported in a midterm season marked by primary upsets and the prospect of democrats claiming a congressional check on donald trump another sensational development has been the momentum behind a ballot measure to split up the unwieldy high tax state of california california secretary of state verified almost a half million signatures collected by the cow three backer rich guy named tim draper because that's the name of rich guy would have this seems creek sonic but there's momentum into splitting california into three states could it become reality now there's still lots of lots of hurdles even if it passes in california this fall the congress still has to agree to it let me throw that in as as the issue and add this into the mixture i mentioned last night on are my weekend program that a rasmussen poll says that thirty one percent of voters likely us voters believe that it's likely in the next five years will have a civil war say that again thirty one percent of us think there will be a civil war in five years more democrats will be a civil war than republicans because things are getting that where is the choice between breaking california to three states or just having secede would you choose i'm john a lot of traffic traveling into downtown rockies game tonight gets underway at six forty some activity long is twenty five inbound park avenue with backed step is worth twentieth street pedestrian traffic around the stadium that was an accident on eastbound i seventy near peoria that crash has gone they're heading out toward havana that's a lot better but for a row carpet on the highway he's found i seventy six clean sheridan and federal that's tying up elaine part of an accident colfax and calvin centers forecast partly cloudy.

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"north california" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Two more increases later this year the main takeaway is that the economy is doing very well they key takeaway for consumers carrying credit card debt or hoping to buy a new car home the cost of borrowing is going up it doesn't mean you want to rush into buying a house if you're not ready but if you already you might wanna consider locking in the rates now when they're lower adjustable rate mortgages also getting more expensive and for anyone with a balance on those credit cards now is the time to pay it down it's only going to get more expensive most credit cards are variable rate so within a billing cycle or two you'll start to see those interest rates go up so if you're carrying any credit card debt it's important to prioritize paying that off david the fed also says tonight that it expects the jobs market to continue improving and believes unemployment will fall to three point six percent this year that would be the lowest unemployment rate since the late nineteen sixties david it would be historic rebecca jarvis tonight rebecca thank you in from california tonight a proposal to divide the state into three states it's not qualified for the ballot in november under the plant north california would run from the bay area north southern california from fresno south and the new california would cover los angeles county and the coast from la to san francisco only about seventeen percent of voter support the idea at this point in congress would have to approve stay tune a major announcement from the world of soccer north america has been chosen to host the two thousand twenty six world cup tournament the us candidate mexico putting in a joint bid beating out barranco for the championship that takes place every four years this year's world cup begins tomorrow in russia but for the first time in decades the us men's national team did not qualify there is still much more head on world news tonight this wednesday to shooting outside a major airport back in the us this is coming in right now shots fired several cars hit we've got new details coming in right after the break also news tonight involving the death of penn state student timothy piazza.

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"north california" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Morning show continues now with brian sussman on talk radio five sixty k sfo couple stories from earlier this morning we were talking about the latest move this is going to be on the ballot it's a proposal to split california into three states and will be so you have northern california southern california and then you'll have north california's south california and then california so north california is essentially savage cisco sacramento at everything northward so that'll be liberal southern california will be the south central valley serving south of sacramento basically and then the desserts and then california will be los angeles along the coast up to monterey so when i heard about this i thought okay wait a second this is a plan by the libs to make sure we have liberal senators stacking the congress to tilt the vote but steve frank was with us earlier and he said no no no i think you're missing something sussman so northern california you're right is san francisco sacramento and then all the conservative counties to the north so now that'll be a liberal state because of the population south california will include the central valley and the desserts which are primarily very conservative so those might might not necessarily have liberal representation in congress but then california which would be l a after monterey would be very very liberal anyway it's a fascinating discussion st frank's our guys or chief whistleblower sherry has carved out a podcast of that interview it's epoch as dot com right now just check the podcasts are really wants you to listen to that then the other thing we talked about again we're real news fake news that's that's what we do we thrive on the fact that we're real news news and views you won't hear anywhere.

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"north california" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on Connected

"For a decade now or something but you know it's true he knows maybe you should teach the coast you can join the millions of students or learning scotia today special just for connected listeners you can get two months ago chef just ninety nine cents ninety nine cents come on as less than a cup of coffee to sign up go to scotia dot com slash connected that is scotia dot com slash connected to get two months of unlimited access to over twenty thousand classes ninety nine cents thank of how many things you could learn over two months falesa dala head then our start learning today i'll thank cisco chef for this apart of this show so let's talk about this something else fun than uplifting classics so apple has been served a class action lawsuit over defective keyboards in the mac book and map appro so this was filed in north california and it alleges a couple of things so it says that starting in twenty fifteen with the butterfly keyboard and the macbook those keyboards fail when dust or debris a comes underneath the keyboard key strokes felt register we've all talked about this at length as a result of the defect encoding now consumers who purchased a mac book face a constant threat of non responsive keys and accompanying keyboard failure when one more the keys of the keyboard fail the mac book can no longer serve its core function typing so this i think that outlines the problem pretty well debris into the key the key get sticky then it fails here's the kicker of this i'm gonna quote again.

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"north california" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on WDRC

"It's great to be here because we get access to smart folks like you now you've written recently about cal three would you mind explaining to the rest of the folks in america what cal three is cow three is what six california's was in two thousand fourteen the idea breaking california into smaller parts but whereas in two thousand fourteen laura's the idea to create six states out of what tim draper the venture capitalist behind this dow decided at three is more practical than six so he wants three versions of california a north california which starts in the san francisco bay area and sacramento it heads north a california plane california which is the central coast from on rate down to los angeles and then a southern california which is san diego button hooking through the vampire up through the central valley three california's where they used to be one now it might make the ballot or seems almost likely to make the ballot at this point did not make the valid in two thousand fourteen six to not because mr draper's initially was thrown out they claimed he didn't have enough valid signatures and he'd three hundred sixty five signatures to qualify for the california ballot this year he has more than that so it seems that he has headed toward being on the ballot november and if it makes the ballot and the voter do you think the voters are likely to say yes to this they just might you never know i mean look if something triggers a bad boot and california voters come the fall just some some stupid instance of government or voters were frustrated or something they could say what the heck in and check it off but here's the problem laura's once you vote for it and get it action then you beat the reality of the situation i always a question whether or not it's constitutional state can do this or not so a courts going have to decide if this passes legal muster but then the bigger problem laura's says you have to go to congress and congress has to say we grant the extra stars on the flag i don't see that happening and not just extra stars on the flag what happens to senate representation well each state would get two new senators so it's a series of.

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"north california" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is even going to exist so with this decision may do you think that the european scene wil will see a resurgent yeah i mean the european scene was a mass angers me to no end they made it further at world than we did this year i mean th that whole scene it's it's hard to watch the teams are a lot of their talent came over to north america and it's it's just not particularly entertaining or fun to watch and yeah i think this is exactly what they need to do it frankly it's what needed to be done a year ago both of these regions probably should have made the transition at the same time but that said this was a major undertaking on riots part probably only and they weren't sure what exactly they were getting into i can see why they chose one region at a time and this is the last region to go to franchising right yeah i mean l c k is china's region is still operates under its own rules but yeah i mean with nhl in european i'll says they're not gonna do this kind of thing for you know south america are probably not going to see anything like that for those regions are just too small the nba two k league secured some major partners this week as they've entered into a sponsorship deal with both dell and intel the partnership will also see the nba two k lee being played on alienware tech which is of course owned by dell now next hour we're gonna talk a little bit about the nba two k league we have some things to say yes that's right they were holding their the draft for the nba two k league in fact the very first e sports draft ever so yes we're going to talk about that coming up in the next hour of checkpoint radio is there any east sports pots that intel doesn't have their fingers in at this point yeah it seems none spring to mind dell delanie intel seem to be very common sponsors free sports leads right now so the two thousand eighteen north california regionals are officially in the books and we've got the results streetfighter five came down to the two of.

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"north california" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Liberal weekdays from ten to one this probably now is the last major bid of quote unquote legislation before the midterms ronald reagan never had sixty votes in the senate what he did veto this stuff where this is headed given the fact republicans run the place is what has people fit to be tied today the original talker rush limbaugh weekdays at ten on six seventy katya talk you're listening to the joe china has held high level meetings in beijing with north korea's kim jong correspondent andrew stevens it was at the instigation of the chinese president xi jinping actually inviting kim over to talk obviously about what's going to be happening at the talks interkorean talks and kostovic talk with donald trump later in my that's kim's first journey abroad since he took control of the north california is suing the trump administration over plans through at a question about citizenship status to the twenty twenty cents us correspondent rene marsh says former us attorney general eric holder is threatening to sue as well former attorney general eric holder who lead to group focusing on congressional redistricting reform is also threatening to to over the decision calling it quote an irresponsible move in an attack on our democracy which would impact voting rights for decades just ahead of wednesday's opening bell on wall street right now dow futures up fourteen i've only francis.

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"north california" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KGO 810

"State but north california that with the coastal act you have to allow access to the bra now in a room in the exact language with basically as do with the waterline people can access even if they exist coming on their own boats so let's say it's totally landlocked and it's always been that way and there's no beach access but if somebody can come up on their boat it's below whatever the high tide surf line is public access yeah meet highwater mark is a high lawyers that's releases a measure of that's it gives me at something like that there's some real specific language to that i don't i'm sure if one of the surface rider guises listening they'll know exact name they know they know the language because they fought minanco slow on this one but it it it's we got to keep our eye that's one of the things i actually genuinely lovable i've lived in texas now you get it you get a by a pete from property there in everybody screw you where things i do love about california as we said no the beaches belong everybody i agree with that just 'cause you're a billionaire doesn't mean you get to say it's too bad for you exit the kinda do and malibu which causes all kinds of legal problems there too but now bail it's beautiful but that i'm telling you just do that drive between san and santa cruz half moon bay who've pasquade aero task it air amini all those little beaches there's that once he ingrid gregorio well it doesn't seem real when you're driving it just doesn't even seem real it's so beautiful i hope that they keep up somebody good buys it and and keeps a free for where we seo spotlight coming up in just a second tom harari from cleanly is gonna join me tell me all about we're gonna learn from.

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"north california" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Get them from google you'll be okay it's not that dangerous really we just it you know the world isn't that unsafe it's not it's fine most people are just fine it's just a few if all you do is you look at the news you're going gonna get this a terrible cut a misunderstanding about how the world is you see if you're ever in a area where there is a disaster we have big fires appear northern california and people assume if they come up our way in the wine country north california is this going to be flat and it is i even thought that but you know we've been drive we went up to napa for the weekend and had a wonderful time didn't see any fire damage there's lots of places yes it's a terrible thing but it is not as i remember the earthquake in 1980 night withy you've got the impression that san francisco was burning to the ground no just as little block but that's where all the cameras are that's where all the news people are it looks like all cities in flames the holes google android universes not in flames we're fine everything's okay i talk about it so you know see your knowledgeable but i don't mean to scare you i really do if i apologize if if i if i have mark in idaho lille port the tech i hi mark mark kholil come to me might be michelle boy hey how you doing good how you doing i'm very well what can i do for you well i've got a remix many that the aren't up gaetan anymore holmes isn't it said it is and how familiar with three next many that yeah so do you want to we're looking for something to replace it with her either.

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"north california" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A out of special version of facebook or you'll love it the monday russian characters if you're not too adventurous you really safer people were going out and you know be an adventurous and can get in trouble stick with known programs from wellknown companies you know star i told her start with a google apps 'cause you engage them from google you'd be okay it's not that dangerous really we just it you know the world isn't that unsafe not it's fine most people are just fine it's just a few if all you do is you look at the news you're gonna get this terrible cut a misunderstanding about how the world is you see if you're ever in a area where there's a disaster we have big fires appear northern california and people assume if they come up our way in the wine country north california is this going to be flattened in azizan i even thought that but you know we would drive we went up to napa for the weekend and had a wonderful time didn't see any fire damage there's spots and places yes the terrible thing but it is not as i remember the earthquake a 1989 where they you got the impression that san francisco was burning to the ground no just as little block but that's where all the cameras are that's where all the news people are it looks like all cities in flames the holes google android universe is not in flames we're fine everything's okay i talk about it so you know so your knowledgeable but i don't mean to scare you i really do if i apologize if if i if i have mark in idaho leo laporte the tech i hi mark mark kolio come to me my beamers boy hey how you doing good how you doing i'm very well what can i do fully well i've got a remix many that the aren't dayton anymore oh isn't that said hit is mental health familiar with three next many that hill so do you want to you're looking for something to replace it with her either that or update the software that look at the.

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"north california" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"north california" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And message rates may apply it is the new 4 k dance of ninety kabc and this is why i don't wanna say the old jim rupe but the jim rupe we know and love hey jim oh i'm old is wrong with your good afternoon so jim rupe course abc news contributor tell us about the fires and i'm hearing lots of different interesting reports by the fire both in terms of tourism be down in the wine country beeping having trouble enjoined themselves confusion about why north california has suddenly become the object of the fires a week become so used to down here i assumed it was the drought am i wrong well it's the drought in the wins yeah uh first of all the we got a lot of rain especially in northern california for this past winter which created a whole lot more fuel wet that dried out because then you get into the summer months and the fire season and and the real hot months even in san francisco uh or northern california i get into august and september october november that's these are a hot muc's or a fire season so between the wins and all that extra fuel the winds and low humidity the more wind their drier things get so then you have the wind because it sucks out all the humidity and then you have the winds pushing through this dry rush uh and that's really what the big cause of these fires were new member not talking about eight fire we're talking about fifteen fires that are converging really into one and they've even categorize them is as complex fire is the one flyer that's called a set the fired it's called a central complex which is really four fires the ones who've been hearing about the top the pocket the nuns the oakmont fire those four fires at a central complex fire that's the most acreage of those four or fires so really the drought the wind and all the fuel that's out there is what's causing disparate beat to be a particularly bad season up north yeah it's it's been crazy and it it seems like it's something that they didn't anticipate which i guess from now on they will join us down here and sort of really paying attention this right so you're right about that i i don't know that they really did figure it was.

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"north california" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KOMO

"And komonewscomfire one 46 on this tuesday afternoon herb weisbaum here taylor van cise at the editor's desk top stories the california national guard has now been called on to bring fuel to first responders battling the flames and north california as because so many gas stations are without power right now firefighters hard at work trying to stop the deadly fires burning in northern california we get the latest from santa rosa firefighters have seen a dramatic shift in the last day of the winds are anywhere near where they were like last 48 hours veiled belo with gold rich fire was checking out the found grove area santa rosa community of hundreds of homes that are mostly destroyed problem if your belly little hot bruguera pretty quickly so i think that why there were thought you've been shut down and we're trying to make sure we get them all knocked down today the fires in the area of burned over one hundred thousand acres and destroyed more than two thousand homes and businesses jason nathanson abc news santa rosa california and many people in napa valley wanna returned to find out what is if anything left of their homes but authorities are asking them not to do that they say there are simply too many hot spots down wires at it's just not safe to do 140 said and right now you know it's not every day a pop song hits the big of a milestone this time kohl was brian calvert guarantees you this is going to be in your head promise for the rest of the day if you go back to the summer of 2012 the olympic games were being held in london the avengers and magic mike work kings at the box office and facebook kid 1 billion users also in the summer of 2012 pop music gave us one of the most potent your worms of our lifetime as a young canadian named currently rate jefferson's popularity hit the stratosphere and this was number one nine in the months and years that would follow there would be all kinds of imitators keeping that chorus alive and well the original video for call me maybe just hidden 1 billion views on youtube something only eighty other videos have achieved but this.

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"north california" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KOMO

"And komonewscomfire 215 all this monday afternoon herb weisbaum here jury greater at the editor's desk and update all those wildfires in northern california right now officials say at least one person dead two others seriously injured and the fastspreading wildfires in north california's wine country cal fire said muddy the deaths and injuries occurred in men dessino county one of several county struggling to contain at least fourteen fires burning out of control right now a short time ago abc new spoke with cal fire director kim pimlot about the state's fire season so far i think we've raise the bar again in california in terms of the the conditions that we're facing uh and the destruction and devastation he said twenty thousand people have been evacuated so far and the destruction has been widespread understand though right now very conservative estimates are that over 1500 homes and commercial facilities have been destroyed all this comes on national fire prevention week and it's a good side to be prepared for a fire you know how wires to go up in the fall and winter months around here as we still cup the woodstoves and fireplaces and turn on the space heaters and light candles every family should have have an escape plan everyone needs to know what to do if the alarm cells kevin kyle ohashi with the puget sound regional fire authority tells me it's important a practice that plan it eattarun home fire drills several times a year just like the kids do at school do you have to have a girl close muscle memory getting that it so it's it's just a reflex would hit when they hear that smoke alarm go off make sure your kids know what to smoke alarms even sounds like some kids sweet through alarms also kids had a tendency to want to hide and by pulling the covers over their head they get rid of whatever the problem is clearly a doesn't but that's how they think and so kids need to be condition to understand i want to hear that smoke alarm activate they get out of bed quickly they get down low on their bedroom for crawled through the door check to see if the doors hot if it's a lot they stay in that room opened up their window and a that way or at least open up.

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"north california" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"north california" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Could walk right in their nose security no nothing right air long island a regular power plant coal and oil and not talking about the power of the nuclear power plant a quote if i believe you believe you thank you upto when it but because i hate iran we shows and even know on borrowing clinical call or not low clinical call i just don't agree with a multiplying and i happen to be certified crazy but i loved california i was ordered an eagle went to school there that a little milder bother with talking about the white in california north california the older blair has there has been measures car gary to divide california five different ways i'm one of those guy would like to see that there are there are two california's it's not north and south it's basically the left coast and the rest of california it's a great date i love being stationed there and it's beautiful wonderful on that you have only elected people uh what are you cold or even the ballot you have no idea you're a you have no idea go ahead what what's what although i haven't been hearing year yes i do a any hope what do we do if the crazy man in korea in other bullets hit yet i mean i don't wanna go to war i don't want to see a lot of people get hurt what dole we have to show the world we mean what we say and we what we and i agree with you and and in the end the crazy guy in north korea is definitely to be taken seriously and i think that's why president trump is doing that i'm not gonna say i'm not worried about it but here's one thing that i do understand more we.

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