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Fresh update on "oakland" discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"We get it. Analytics is important. You'll never hear rob parker and me say analytics or not important but it is a piece of the puzzle. Nine meal yes. It's not where teams go wrong is rob it. Just let's just keep it real. It helps a lot of guys who didn't play sports at any level. Don't really know himself. He really did. They created a spot for people. Who and i think the biggest indictment and you tell me i'm wrong. Is billy bean. Who spent thirty five years with the oakland a.'s. I think it was chris. Thirty five years he left. Can you tell me the championship. They won in oakland. Billy being sag zero even the movie. They made money ball. Chris yup up to highlight now a championship. That's the command ending of a of a movie right lou. It was about a twenty game winning streak and in the movie. They never mentioned the three big pitchers they had molar. Zito and you're right. I meant guys chris. Yup yup they they perpetrated this whole thing about hattiesburg and and all these other players what they were doing in their walks and all this said even mentioned in the stud star pitchers at the top of their rotation absolutes. Here's the other thing rob. They acted like oh the woeful. Oakland healy breen turned him into some all day. Didn't win it. But he turned him into some no the oakland aids one world series. They won championships long before. Billy bean was chris three in a row in a row. Yeah rally fingers. Catfish rudi de nineties late. Eighties early nineties. Got to three straight world series in one one so it is. I don't wanna hear. This is not like he went to the. I dunno the worst team in the league at dead and never done anything and made them relevant failed. He fail rob he code him with a world where you have won several world series. That's what it's about. It's not about being pretty good in a regular season. So i'm with you. And i guess part of the equation not the entire thing and that's where you go wrong but last night we saw.
What Would Happen If Chabot Dam in the East Bay Hills Broke Open?
"What would happen if chicago damn cracked open an empty the lake behind it onto neighborhoods in san leandro and east oakland. It's an alarming thought. We asked cake. Ud's dan bricky. Who's reported on safety issues at california's oroville dam to find the answer. Holly and vickers kings question is a really good one because it reminds us that all dams pose risks of some kind given the nature of the job they perform holding back huge volumes of water they can turn from placid lake into deadly torrent. If unleashed all at once. They deserve very close attention. When that attention lapses catastrophes can do happen in late may eighteen eighty nine flood. Water overflowed badly maintained private dam in western pennsylvania. Triggering its collapse. A wall of water race down the valley below a century later. Historian david mccullough said. The johnstown flood was so vividly alive in the local consciousness. I grew up in western pennsylvania. I'd heard about the johnstown flood my whole life as children. We used to shout run for the hills. The damas busted little knowing what real terror is in those words. The flood wiped entire towns off the map and killed twenty. Two hundred people in california owns its own special chapter in the history of dam disasters with a tragedy that unfolded more than ninety years ago in a remote canyon fifty miles north of downtown los angeles from the day. The saint francis dam opened in one thousand nine hundred twenty six. It leaked the folks in the farm. Towns downstream used to joke. They'd see you later if the damn don't break on march twelfth nine hundred twenty eight. The saint francis damn disintegrated just hours after it was pronounced sound by los angeles water. Chief william mulholland who had designed and built the two year old structure when the massive concrete dam broke apart water raised more than fifty miles to the pacific ocean killing about four hundred fifty people along the way but those events one hundred thirty years ago in johnstown ninety some years ago in los angeles county sound like ancient history much more recently california. Got a lesson in how dangerous and costly failure of even part of a major dam can be failure ambiance spillway structure results in an uncontrolled. Lisa flood waters from link oroville and eating evacuation from the low twenty. Seventeen collapse the spillway at oroville dam in the northern sierra foothills one hundred thirty miles northeast of san francisco touched off a series of events that lead local officials to order one hundred eighty eight thousand people to flee their homes. This is not a drill. Repeat this is not a drill. Spill ways are crucial to preventing overtopping. That's what happens. When a reservoir rises over the top of the dam and simply spills over a spillway is like an emergency valve. Damn managers can open to safely release water from a reservoir bills over the top but back in february twenty seventeen oroville dam spillway began to disintegrate just as a series of winter storms dumped huge amounts of rain across northern california without a fully functioning. Spillway lake oroville rose rapidly water poured over a hillside that was supposed to serve as an emergency spillway. That emergency spillway began to fail to leading to the mass evacuation. In the aftermath investigators found the emergency spillway was ill conceived and the main spillway was badly designed poorly built and inadequately maintained. So how is should bowe damn different from all those bad dams and what does east bay mud have to say about. Chaba cracking open and unleashing catastrophe on the east bay. Simple answer to that question is that the dam would never crack open. That's jimmy yolly east bay mud director of engineering and chief damn safety officer he oversees the district twenty six times including chabad. Damn the reality is that the dams are designed such that. They don't just crack open. You will see signs of a failure if one is to occur and The dan's designs with monitoring equipment to make sure that you can see that happening if it was a east bay mud confidence that a dam built within a quarter mile of a dangerous fault will stand up to violent shaking. Let's take a look at how the dam was first built. Nearly one hundred fifty years ago and how it's been maintained since
Fresh "Oakland" from All Things Considered
"You're listening to all things Considered from NPR News, the mayor of Indianapolis says the city is ready to host all 67 games of the NC double a men's basketball tournament this year, even with the pandemic. That story is coming up next on all things considered after look at traffic starting in San Mateo hears Julie de Fish. Get a new rec on South bound, one of one before a 92 is blocking the third lane for the left is seen the back of start at Broadway. There was Iraq North bound, one of one before 92 Sam detail that's been cleared traffic on winding back to Holly Street. Only good news. He spent 24 actress, Central Lafayette pickup truck and a motorcycle and of the lanes. Victor lays, though into Oakland, the highway 13 truly Tabish working. Q. E. D Julie, We'll have another update in 10 minutes. Traffic support comes from European sleep works and support for KQED comes from the Westley Foundation, improving the lives of California's Children and youth at risk and from San Blaze..
Kroger to close 2 more stores after workers get "hazard pay"
"Store chain says it will shut down more stores over a hazard pay. Kroger owned grocery chain quality food centers will close to stores in Seattle next month, due in part to a new law requiring hazard pay for frontline grocery employees who have continued to work during the pandemic. The City Council unanimously approved the law ordering larger grocery chains to temporarily boost worker pay by $4 an hour. A similar legal battle is playing out in California, where the California Grocers Association is challenging hazard pay ordinances and places like Oakland and Long Beach.
Fresh update on "oakland" discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show
"To talk to our great friend from Hawthorne Race course. He is an expert handicapper. He's given us so many winners and hopefully is gonna do it again this weekend. No pressure, but he is something, man. He is the galloping gent. Follow him on Twitter at Hawthorne. Jim, the one the only Jim Miller man. Gentlemen, there's never any pressure. Come on. It's racing. We could pay to go. The race is this is a beautiful thing. We start live racing next Saturday. How nuts is that? It's great. I mean, let's hope the weather continues the way it's gone, because this will be perfect. And next Saturday starts the thoroughbred portion before you guys go back to the harnesses later in the spring and early summer, right, Jimmy, That's right there. We can thoroughbreds for two months there, So we're gonna have march and April for thoroughbreds in the weekend, And then after that, we go summer, harness them back to win three thoroughbreds and the guys Sadly, to say, you've got to start preparing for a whole lot of recent at Hawthorne and 2022 beyond believing that's it said about that the one thing that is said Is, uh, racetrack that when we were in high school, we go and we'd be excited to go to that's gonna be gone. And Arlington Park tow me. You know, one of the great great show places I I saw it burned down twice. We saw it on the news or what have you and Mr Duchess, while we always heard there was gonna be Gambling their casino slot machines Now they could find we do it. They're not Mr D. Is that the majority owner anymore, Jimmy? So it looks like I think it's sad day for horse racing when you lose. I mean, basically, that's like knocking down Pimlico or a lot of these other venues. That aren't even this nice is Arlington Park. Well, that's the thing. I mean, Arlington really was one of those, um, echoes in horse racing. And it still is. We get another racing season there, which, which is great this year for anybody that wants to go out for what looks to be the Swan song. It's where I got my racing career started. I worked for years at Arlington before moving out where the Hawthorne You've seen some of the best horses in the world that have gone through and race there. When you look at just the sustainability of Illinois racing Arlington was that track that you had to have their asses well, and now, with everything shift in the author, I'll tell you we're gonna do everything we can Keep everything going for two breeds no in the state because things have changed so much just for the landscape of racing, but we're very excited for what we can do from the gaming in. But, yes, it's very sad. A gorgeous racing facility, a lot of jobs that are impacted there, and we're just hopeful that we can provide an opportunity for them moving forward at Hawthorne, Jimmy, I'd ask you one more thing about that old situation because you know you're You're in the industry and, you know, you know, big time players in the horse industry. And I mean, there seems to have been this rumor going around for quite some time, and Brian handlers talked about it here on our station is written about it that The Bears would be potentially interested it to buy that land and build the stadium. I mean, have you ever heard anything like that? I do. The Bears have the means to get something like that done where they would take on that land and maybe build the stadium there. You know what? It's interesting karma. I mean, I have not heard anything other than the rumors like you heard, But here's an example when you're looking for history, Hollywood Park out in California went through something very similarly. Not too long ago. And now what do we have on the grounds of Hollywood Park? A massive gorgeous NFL stadium? So when you look at the land there, of course it does make sense when regards to the land in regards to having a metro station right there. Two highways. The location is beautiful, so I can fully understand why the rumors are there. We'll see what happens with the moving forward, but it definitely is a valuable piece of property. For me. The value always is going to lie in horse racing. But I can fully understand why those rumors are there. All right, Jimbo. So what do we got for this weekend? Big racing weekend? What are we looking at? We're back to some Derby preps this weekend. So we have another 50 point prep that we're going to get you but first off a 10 Point Prep in Oakland Park. It's race number. 10. This is the Southwest Stakes. It's going to rain cats and dogs at Oakland this weekend, so expect the sloppy track. At the four horse, Jackie's Warrior just tow win. This was the horse that was favored in the Breederscup Juvenile, ran a huge race and still finish fourth loan speed. And I think wires the field and then go to Gulfstream Park two races to look at their race 13, but the two horse Bell Laura across the board, she's got tactical speed, the added distance elves and she's 5 to 1 in the morning line, and then they're big races race 14. This is the Fountain of Youth of 50 Point race. 58 horse Greatest honor to win in place. This is a horse of two for two over the track gets pace to trace and should get a perfect setup Guys. Alright, So Oakland first tomorrow, the 10th race, the four horse to win and two races at Gulfstream. 13th raised. We're going to go with the two horse across the board. And then the big one. The 50 pointer for the Derby. The 14th race, the eight horse to win and place Correct. That's right, guys find your value where you can. Sometimes you can't go too deep with the horse is gonna win it the favorite, But hey, we're gonna do our best to make some money. Give me great stuff. I'll talk to you next week, buddy. All right, boys. Take care. Jemaine. There he goes. Jim Miller at Hawthorne. Jimmy is the best yet another one of those big stakes race bit those big point races for the Derby this weekend, too. So I remember what Alice Threatened to buy Was talking about moving to Arlington. Oh, yeah. And daily 11 of my I love the guy. I mean, I met him a couple times I worked for him. As far as I work for the city and I Was a precinct captain to the 49th ward. When I was like 17 years old. And.
Kroger to close 2 more stores after workers get "hazard pay"
"Store chain will close even more stores over so called hazard pay Your CBS News correspondent Matt Piper Kroger owned grocery chain quality food centers will close to stores in Seattle next month, due in part to a new law requiring hazard pay for frontline grocery employees who have continued to work during the pandemic. The City Council unanimously approved the law ordering larger grocery chains to temporarily boost worker pay by $4 an hour. A similar legal battle is playing out in California, where the California Grocers Association is challenging hazard pay ordinances in places like Oakland and Long Beach.
Oakland store owner arrested after firing shots to thwart robbery
"Ah, Liquor store owner in Oakland's Chinatown ended up behind bars after firing a gun to stop a robbery officers arrived in ninth and Franklin Streets on Monday evening to investigate a shooting. Police learned the store owner saw a woman get knocked to the ground. There's been a lot of violence in Chinatown, both in Oakland and San Francisco recently, so the owner then ran out with a gun and reported firing four shots. Nobody was injured. The suspect fled in the vehicle. But then the police Arrested the
California opens 2 new mass vaccination site, including Cal State Los Angeles
"California opened two new mass vaccination sites with help from the federal government, part of a goal to open 100 sites and 100 days nationwide. KQED is Leslie MMA clerk explains parking lots on the Cal State University campus in Los Angeles and the Oakland Alameda Coliseum. Are now filled with trailers and tents. Both sides have the capacity to vaccinate up to 6000 people per day through both drive through and walk up appointments. However, Governor Gavin Newsom said only about half that many doses are on tap supplies. The issue That's the constraint. Two of the state's other large back sites, Mosconi Center and Dodger Stadium had to temporarily close recently when supply dwindled Yet the governor says it still makes sense to expand infrastructure. He wants the state to be ready when the spigot of supply starts flowing. The state has administered about six million vaccines so far for the
Black franchisee files racial discrimination lawsuit against McDonald's
"Was one of the fastest players ever this to run the bases for the Oakland A's back in the mid seventies. KCBS is Jim Taylor says. Washington now is suing McDonald's charging discrimination. The former world class sprinter charges that there is a two tier system for McDonald's franchisees. Is one that is designed for white owners to flourish. And grow another design to pigeonhole and oppress black owners like make her Washington claims McDonald's forced him to sell two whites and gave whites the more lucrative franchise locations. In a statement. McDonald's says Washington situation is the result of years of mismanagement. The company is already facing a couple of racial discrimination lawsuits from black franchisees.
First FEMA Covid-19 mass vaccination sites open in California amid supply shortage
"Run mass vaccination sites. Now open. This is how like Stone and East Los Angeles, where the first federally run FEMA mass vaccination site is now up and running. It's one of two that opened today. The other is in Oakland. FEMA plans to open 100 of these nationwide active duty military or the ones giving the shots. California Governor Gavin Newsom says This is the beginning of the end of the pandemic. There is The proverbial light at the end of the tunnel to go like this federally run side alone is 6000 doses given every day
1 in critical condition, several others displaced in apartment fire on Chicago's south side
"In critical condition. Six other people are displaced after an apartment fire early this morning in the Oakland neighborhood. Police say First responders arrived at the scene of the fire and the 3800 block of South Ellis just after 2 35 this morning. They found a 30 year old man suffering smoke inhalation and burns to the face. Hey, he's hospitalized currently in critical condition. The Chicago Fire Department is investigating the cause of the fire. No other injuries reported.
Hate crimes against Asian Americans continue to rise amid pandemic
"Against Asian Americans is surging in the United States. John Yang is the president of Asian Americans advancing justice and blames in part, anti Asian rhetoric surrounding the pandemic. Asian American community has been faced with effectively two pandemics. The first is the cove in 19 pandemic, But the second pandemic that we have faced is also a virus. It's a virus of racism that we have faced in New York City. There was an 867% increase An Asian hate crime victims in 2020 compared to the year before. NYPD has created a hate crimes task force hello and police in Oakland's Chinatown are stepping up patrols to reassure business owners and families. CBS News correspondent Nancy Chen. Asian Americans Advancing justice has sighted at least 3000 Asian anti Asian incidents since last February. Frigid temperatures will be blanketing the
Mass vaccination site at Oakland Coliseum to open next week
"Case. CBS News Times 7 10 President Bynes pushed to create mass vaccination centers across the country is starting right here in the Bay Area. CBS has met. Bigler has more on the pilot project soon to kick off of the Oakland Coliseum. In just a matter of days, state and federal workers transformed the Oakland Coliseum parking lot from 30 acres of blacktop into a mass vaccination site. It's big left. We have the team prepared and ready to meet the challenge Grady Joseph with the state's office of emergency Services, says the Coliseum site as well as one at Cal State Los Angeles. Are part of a pilot project with FEMA. The goal is to establish 100 of these sites nationwide in the 1st 100 days of the Biden Harris administration, so each of them is going to be capable of providing 6000 vaccinations per day. That's a pretty large throughput. It will be some of the larger sites that we have in the state of California. Our goal is to get these set up quickly and then be able to scale them to be able to meet meet the needs of the particular communities they were working to serve. The Coliseum side is scheduled to open to the public next Tuesday morning. To make an appointment. Go to my turn dot CIA dot gov. Vaccinations will
Oakland's new police chief addresses recent attacks on Asian Americans, spike in murders and more
"Several attacks, Oakland's new police chief is focusing on Chinatown. After a serious of violent attacks on the Asian American community in Oakland, Chinatown, newly appointed chief of police Laurent Armstrong, the Chinatown Chamber of Commerce reports more than 20 incidents of robbery or assault the merchants of customers in a 14 Day period. A surveillance video shows a 91 year old man violently knocked to the ground and arrest has been made in connection with that case, while other videos show shopkeepers assaulted and robbed. Police patrols of an increase in Chinatown, especially with the Lunar New Year, and Armstrong says he wants to continue that effort, along with worse surveillance videos in place. But he says he wants the community to feel confident in reporting crimes so that there could be a quick response and apprehension of people
Unpacking The Surge In Violence Against Asian Americans
"Seeing a surge and anti Asian attacks against the elderly. A 91 year old man was violently shoved to the ground in Oakland's Chinatown in 84 year Old Man was killed in San Francisco last month. And this uptick in anti Asian violence is not just local wrestled. Young is a professor of Asian American studies at San Francisco State University and co founder of Stop A P I Hate, which is tracking these incidents. And professor have the number and kinds of these incidents against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders change since the pandemic began. Yeah, in the beginning at the start of the pandemic, when people had higher fears when shelter in place started. And when President Trump began to insist on using the term China virus, we saw clear surge of racism. We saw how hate speech like using the term China virus led to hate violence. And I think that has invited a climate where people can target Asian Americans and attack them. It's really horrifying the crimes against our elderly population. You know, my mom's 94. I grew up with my grandmother. So for the Asian American community, see our elders. An attack like this is particularly Horrific and touches close to home. There have been previous waves of hate crimes against Asian Americans over in our country's history, obviously and during periods of economic distress going back Two the murder of instant shin in Michigan in 1982. Does this seem different to you? We've seen surges and racism against Asian American during times of epidemic. During times of war like Japanese American incarceration, Yes or 9, 11 and in times of economic downturn. It's different now, because we're have all three conditions. We have the pandemic. We have the worst recession since the Great Depression. And we have the U. S. China Cold War. What kinds of incidents are you seeing? Um, Obviously we've seen these brutal physical attacks against the elderly Recently. What other kinds of incidents are you seeing? Yes. Oh, about 8% of our incidents are physical thoughts were getting pushed and showed having rocks and bottles thrown at us another of large percentage. We're getting coughed and spat upon 8% of our cases. So my own wife was Running insulin disc, locked her away on a trail and coughed in her face That's happened so often again. We began to track it and because because people think we're a health hazard, so they want to get back at us by coughing at us, it's sort of unique to the pandemic. Most cases, though, our verbal harassment 70% are we're getting yelled at again. We have racial slurs slung at us, but the other, not this micro aggressions. They're pretty traumatizing. They're really troubling these cases of hate. And how satisfied are you with the response by law enforcement in the community, especially here locally with these recent incidents. Think law enforcement and local jurisdictions have been responsive. They recognized the problem. I think it's because Asian American community has advocated and stood up so strongly. President Biden issuing a memo announcing the anti Asian here. I think that's a victory for the Asian American community breath. These concerns his attention. You know, Friday's Lunar New Year do you have, you know heightened safety concerns around This, uh, this upcoming holiday? Yeah, we do. Asian American only are often going out shopping may have more money and then could be more vulnerable. So we're calling in at least in the San Francisco Bay area is for local residents to go out and patronize Chinatown because of the pandemic, Things had been shut down. And so the elderly when they do go out or more isolated if we could have more residents going out shopping, strolling not acting as vigilantes or patrols, but just being present. Also calling for more funding for community ambassadors, not necessarily more policing. But more hiring of local residents who know the neighborhood come from the community that speech of the merchants and the residents. No, even serving the UN house. People in our neighborhood. Okay.
California Governor Newsom Discusses Prioritizing Teachers for Vaccinations
"State lawmakers are close to a deal to make vaccinating teachers against Cove in 19, a higher priority. King, CBS political reporter Doug Sovereign, says states coronavirus numbers continue to trend in the right direction. There's no longer any doubt that the winter surges waning, with Governor Newsome, announcing that cases of the virus and positive tests have been dropping steadily for the past month. We had a 14% positivity rate today, 5.0. 14% to 5% 50,000 cases down to 10,000 cases over the course of the last 30 days Now just 10,000 new cases a day in the seven day positivity rate down to 5%. The governor, speaking on the field of San Diego's Petco Park turned into the state's first vaccination, Superstation says the key now is to get more people those precious shots, but California's still receiving only about a million doses a week. Newsome said he's close to a deal with the Legislature to clarify the vaccination framework so that public school teachers have higher priority for the vaccine is my desire to get our schools safely open as quickly as we can safely open as quickly as we can't Newsome says An agreement to reopen schools could come this week. But with teachers unions insisting vaccination is a prerequisite There could still be months between cutting such a deal and actually bringing kids back on campus for in person. Education. Doug Sovereign KCBS Oakland has a new
Pedro Gomez, longtime ESPN baseball reporter, dies at 58
"You didn't play the game, but he wrote about it and talked about it was well respected. Steve, we've lost a good one. Oh, man, I was I was rocked. When I heard this news yesterday, The baseball world was rocked the former San Jose Mercury News writer and Long time ESPN Baseball correspondent Pedro Gomez died suddenly yesterday afternoon at his home in the Phoenix area. At the age of 58 covered the A's for both The Sacramento Bee in the center is a Mercury News in the 19 nineties, was a national baseball writer for the Arizona Republic from 97 03 until he joined the ESPN is a baseball reporter and did that job marvelously for the last 18 years, survived. By his wife, Sandra, two sons and a daughter. One of those sons, 26 year old Rio is a minor league pitcher for the Boston Red Sox out of the University of Arizona. Um, accolades the words of support for his family that he left behind coming in from all over baseball, including many baseball players, and this is unusual, Astros third baseman Alex Bregman, said Pedro Gomez, a great man. Brewers outfielder Christian yell, It said. Heartbreaking news always enjoy the conversations every time he'd come through the clubhouse, and Giants left hander Alex Wood said. He was one of the kindness and most genuine people you would ever come across in our game. We were all better off for knowing him. Personally and professionally. Howard Bryant, the longtime baseball author, said when he was a 24 year old, covering high school sports for the Oakland Tribune, he was assigned. Today's White Sox game had never been In a major league clubhouse or press box before the game was tied 11 in the ninth. Dennis Eckersley comes in, gives up a two run homer to lose the game. The headline the next morning said it blows another save AIDS lose well, he hadn't blown the safe. Tony LaRussa Rance in the clubhouse that ex morning and starts yelling Who the F is Howard Bryant. And nobody spoke up on his behalf until Pedro Gomez did. He didn't know Howard Bryant at all. And he said, Tony, Jesus, you know, we don't write the headlines. Leave the kid alone. Why are you embarrassing him? That was Pedro
Texas Rangers trade SS Elvis Andrus to the Oakland Athletics for DH Khris Davis
"Of five player trade with he players being slugger Chris Davis going to Texas return for shortstop Elvis Andrus, now with Oakland. Oakland is also reset veteran writing Mike Fires to a one year deal. Astros avoid arbitration and re signed shortstop Elvis Andrus to a one year deal. It's worth or shortstop Carlos Grand should say a one year deal. It's worth 11.7 million. The MBA.
Pentagon Will Deploy Active Duty Troops To Support COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
"More than 1000 active duty troops to help with Corona virus vaccine distribution from the Pentagon briefing room spokesman John Kirby Secretary Austin has approved 1110 active duty service members to support five FEMA vaccination centers. A team of 222 personnel will support each one of these mega sites. I think you know, there's two different types that FEMA is I'm working to establish in areas of the country the onto I'm talking in this particular case of the mega states. Thies teams will include medical and support personnel. It'll be largely medical personnel. Details for the exact sourcing of the requirement is now at the service level. I'm not able to read out to you specifically how each of these sites will be sourced that's working at the service level right now. And of course, it's always relies on we're supporting FEMA and FEMA will determine which site each team supports will continue to work closely with FEMA to scope, additional requirements. FEMA and the department will jointly determine when D O D vaccination capabilities are no longer required. Pentagon Press secretary John Kirby. Two of the five new military teams will be going to vaccination centers opening in California in a couple of weeks one at California State University L. A. The other in Oakland. Three other centers expect to be announced soon. President Joe
New COVID Mass Vaccination Site To Open At Cal State Los Angeles
"Community Covert Vaccine center will open up at Cal State L A later this month. It's a Federal States partnership. This is part of a larger effort to establish 100 vaccination sites nationwide in the 1st 100 days of President Joe Biden's administration. Another mass vaccination site will be set up in Oakland Governor Gavin Newsom says equity is the call of the moment. The reason this site was Chosen was the framework of making sure that communities that are often left behind are not left behind their prioritized. The governor says This is a partnership between FEMA and his office of Emergency Services working with the county and local officials, hiring local individuals from the community, creating opportunities, creating jobs. For community members to distribute what we hope is a minimum of 6000 doses a day chair of the L. A County Board of Supervisors, Hilda Solis, in a statement said. This is a welcome signal that we are ramping up at the federal, state and local level. With the practical boots on the ground solutions we need to put an end to this deadly pandemic.
California Has Tripled Vaccination Sites
"Has tripled. The number of vaccinations and out to new large scale vaccinations sites opening in California this month, is part of the federal program. Sites have an additional 6000 vaccine doses a day from the federal government at the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum and Cal State L. A full federal support in terms of the allocation of the resource is to help us move forward with the distribution of these vaccines. This is a partnership with FEMA and the Office of Emergency Services Governor Gavin Newsom, saying the last month in California has seen the positive test straight drop from 14%. 6% and hospitalizations are down 30% the last two weeks a month ago, on the Fourth of January, we had historically high number of cases reported in the state of California over 60,000 cases. Today we report 10,501 cases 60,000 less than a month ago, 10,000 cases reported today. Jack Cronin. Google
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"oakland" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"I believe in and I feel like Blake would be more frustrated vex stride like hey it went bad maybe got tired maybe got arm that happens. Sometimes you can't be perfect every weekend all season But we know he'll rebound from that with Blake. He's he's got four rounds of frustration. I mean he was fast at Saint. Louis I thought he you know obviously Anaheim fourth. He hasn't been able to really put it together for uh for four around in a row now to me. I think he's just gotTa be Kinda Fuming under helmet a little bit because he had great speed in Oakland You know bag. It isn't always always the guy that gets a great star. He's super hot or cold. It's it's Kinda sometimes they'll tank. It sometimes. Look at the whole shot. Even he's a hard one to figure out right But but when he has that feed I think he knows in his head that he doesn't need to start somewhere in the mix and give him chance of a chance and You know he kinda had that chance. Go Away at Anaheim to wash the front and I think at this point. He's gotTa be more mad. He's just got to be frustrating because he he I think he feels that and knows that he could be on the podium but but it's just not nothing's going on his way right now no oh. I forgot about Anaheim to where he's on Kenny and then washes its that. Yeah yeah both guys gotta just be like w t.f right now because yeah EXAC had a terrible Oakland so All right Brayton Breighton was in the mix six and then free stalled it out of the coming out of the sand. And then Brayton Britain was stocked behind them and they were dead last next to their last so that wasn't ideal for either guy so bright and gets thirteenth freeze gets fourteenth. Mardi didn't have a good race at all. I don't know what happened to Marty. I'm not sure I something happened early. On Amari so What else chooses back and cheese? It comes back from injury right misses. The first practice totally is start second practice gets out there and bike still acting acting up. or He's a little sketchy on it. Plus he's trying to learn the track right it's his first practice so he really only gets one practice and of course he puts it in the main event of course because that's what she does. I mean you know. He's just too is going to get the seventeenth right. Beat beat Salads Ray Cunningham and all these guys and yeah that's why he's on my fancy teams because she's GonNa choose right right. That's in the dirt very similar and Oakland to what he rides with and rides on in Florida. I and he's just a wily veteran he's got really good race craft. He's smart. He doesn't make mistakes freak out and run steady. Eddie gets there every time. Alex Res L. C. Q.. Ride was impressive. He blew the start he was probably like tenth or twelfth. And Pass Clermont in the last ten to me to me. That Reid was Mature and confident and kind of patient to which are words that you never use to describe. Alex raise Reid typically But I think that's him him maturing right like he he just he's he's not panicking as much out there and he made really good decisions. They slowly methodically worked his way to to the fourth and that s q again got the job done got championship points and And Yeah that's that's experienced. I think looming large. He's just he's figuring it out a little bit more now. I guess I missed. AP had a rough. Oakland hit a rough Oakland. It just it. Just didn't he race. He went backwards in the heat race. Bad main event was just so so so I had to that lasts man. I thought Glendale was maybe something encouraging. Okay these type of soil might work a little better from the openers. And that didn't manifest itself either. One of you guys were there but breese. Jason Adam to other privateers before the finish got hooked up and rots sent off the track right into the finish line structure. breese Greece Greece's Bruce. One was pretty good. So gnarly cartwright made a main event that was is that as I four fifty main I think so much for fifty I know. It's so our buddy Dan and picked him and fantasy can't believe that all right anything else. Oakland wise four fifty class popper duty. Where are you on this? Uh Tarmac Web happier as a good question from you thank you thank you. Yeah I still think is happier one one but I'm saying Moore did mean something I get real I think Telemaque Catching Kenny twice. Yeah you know It's pretty impressive. So I'll go. I'll go back catching once. Okay I get it but then go off the track and you know you're GonNa make all that time up again again so yeah I think so. Yeah and then I really for the guys Isan Hill. That was awesome to get a heat. Race wouldn't get for those guys and then the bagging and Osborne. I should just be like breaking the mirror in the morning like just like punching the Mir rocky ocoee so all right. What's Cartwright's I forty main? Was it yeah. Yeah and and right main two good job for Kate. Yeah Okay Ailing. Jj are showing them. I WANNA talk real quickly before we move on but to me to me I I I I am okay with how he's doing and I think he's getting a lot of pressure to be better but it took them a long time to figure out to requests to a long time But I mean he was a guy that you know to to tidal guy in one year is a gnarly gnarly thing to do and I think he will figure out before class but I just worry see that he won't figure it out quick enough to maintain his factory positions. That's what I most worry about because I know they'll figure it out until he was a bit of a slow learner the two big class and he'll get there in this class as well but it's GonNa take time man. This is only the second year and he only raised. How many races last year seven? Yeah I wrote this last week in my column I just said you know. There's a lot of people in the Pittsburgh. I can't believe how bad he is. I can't be terrible years. And it's like he's he's you know he's he's a secondary factory guy no slam on him. He's he's Jake Weimer he's coal sealy. He's that second that can tear factory guy and yes he's at the bottom end of what those guys did but he's not getting beat by privateers. You know what I mean. He's not like he's fine is it. Is it awesome. No is it as terrible as I get the sense of fans and industry in the in the pits. No let people know. Oh my God. He's God garbage like easy on that you know so well. That seems like a backhanded candidate. Insult actually because I don't believe that his position was supposed to be here to weigh the racist. Jake ever you know we're just shoot top five top ten. Maybe a podium odeum here they're like I don't I don't believe going into last year. There was definitely a bar since one a plus one B. The salary doesn't say that way I think part of it is I feel like he had unrealistic hype Thrown upon him. I don't think it was fair for him. The writers don't control the hype. I feel like after that season two years years ago I just heard too many people be like. He's the next guy I'm like man. That's a lot to put on somebody. But here's the yard. Yeah go ahead Paul I I mean the the other thing that too I mean I think we know more about it now is for the most part I think he was kind of forced into the four fifty class. I mean he could've stayed down another year and raised another a year but through how contracts worked out Yeah he he was kind of forced to step up so so I think we have to be more patient with him because I do believe he'll figure it out but again he's probably should've spent another year the maturity and winning again but But that really wasn't his option he kind of had to become a four fifty guy to kind of you know how the contracts should go. You know we judge these guys to Aaron Road Great to win those titles but the natural progression of things guys move out of the class right and somebody has to win. And that's where we're at at times so yeah Aaron Road Great but people moved out of the class and people got hurt Osborne and everything else so you know these things happen. It's like your guy hurling. Paul I mean how many wins. Would he have less. If Tommy Searle have been allowed to stay in the class or or these other guys that gave him realize there were guys that gave him runs in Mex- too but near all Jeffrey with always crushing hurling all Geoffrey Geoffrey just sits. It's in the class and just collects these wins against children so would not have been just sitting in the class. No he had to get out. Searle had been there beating of that would have been thorough not sitting in the class forever. Yeah okay so Jeffrey that he was just so good so young took searle longer to get that good tall correct. That's never the goal to get good at fast. And you can't not at eight hundred Hurley's digging yes. I didn't realize that for your listeners. Exactly Komo so. I'm thinking do placing or was better than seeing through low. He did beat him in the championship in two fifty class two years ago. So that's that's what makes it a little little bit hard this whole thing. I feel like they were too much. Expectations are going to be too good too soon. That's not fair to him. The whole thing probably helps. He'll be so off better off how you met. Eugene see people I mean you can't control you can't stop the high now saints. who had less time? The class is is already better leapfrogged. Back ahead of them So it's it's hard to determine but I don't I wouldn't worry too much Paul about him not getting a shot. Because I said at the beginning in the season he has this awesome. Get Out of jail free card where he could always just say if this year's terrible hey we'll look web I yeah it is. I think there is some of that I do Yep I do. I don't think he's GonNa you know he's never going to dog anybody but for sure here. I think the industry might look from the outside in and say oh we got him on our bike. So you brought up a and as the API. Believe in. Same Age. I I I think they're probably both twenty three twenty two or something like that They rage and just look at the improvement. Atoms made by staying in the class. That's one extra year. I mean. Imagine if he went into the four fifty class after twenty eighteen. Big Difference there so that that's I think You know the the the what we saw Adam achieve and last year and improve its mentality and his attitude and the way speaks everything. He's he's he really kinda matured a church and figured it out and I think Next year and the two were Aaron which was which was the plan all along. That would've helped tremendously so I think it's tough for him right now when you think that was more of a monster. Movie wasn't Paul. 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"oakland" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"Would. Would it be any different than Friday night. It's thinner than water so it would. I think it would feel very different and you'd weighed differently in it. I think you'd sink like a stone really I often do. Yeah the third one if you're if you're in if you're in like an oil or served you float more because I think that what's the thickest thing what's the thickest liquor yeah thick thick thick you you know. I think it'd be hard to cold honey has to be about one of the thickest most viscous war yeah exactly or an an old bottle of liquid prell with the Pearl what would you what would you doing. Why don't I thought about? This is not saying good things about me. When wouldn't you be kind of interested this woman blood and see what that's like? You're you're not. You're not the only vampire in the room. Somebody body out there when it was. I asked said Blood San Milk. I think that was just like a moment of yeah I would be interested in that I would not for the record. That blood is only the most minute bit actually thicker than water so feel very much like swimming water except it would smell like I was that that makes sense right. Was that ever a myth. You busted that blood is thicker than water honor. No it wasn't. It was just a fact I came across one of my books. That blood is like point zero one three five percent thicker than water. Also it is thicker than water. The just a little bit. I never understood that expression in Germany there is. I don't understand the why understand the blood part it's like. Oh Yeah we're we're brothers.
"oakland" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
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