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"That's been good for my stock. Look, man, we're done. We're done. Biden but hello, Biden. Hello, Dude, We're done. Somebody wake him up enough with this mask. Garbage. Somebody pulled the lid off of today. We're done. Give me a break. All right now he wants everybody to continue wearing man. He wants people wearing masks until everyone is vaccinated. First of all, you're never everyone is never going to be vaccinated. No, this is not gonna happen. Goodbye, my household. It's a testament to that. It's just not gonna have her people in my house, but they're not gonna get to that. There's people that refuse to there's people that don't feel like they need to. There's people that just might forget to. I mean, there's all sorts of you're never going to get to the point of 100% vaccination. But Joe Biden are mush Brain president who can't even be trusted to be around an open microphone without starting a potential war with Russia. He comes out and he says they were masked loser. Is Jackson needed? Oh, that's right. I forgot. He called Putin a killer and Putin got all mad and pull that pulled out our pulled out our envoy like I'm piecing out everybody. Bush brain don't start a war. So it's true E. No, I'm just I'm just trying to keep things light right now. What? I saw that I I hearken back to the North Korea story. We were talking about a nun, yesterday's show and how North Korea won't return their calls. Is that really true? Or do they just want to start another war? Seriously? Yeah. Yes, Kim Jon gonna be like, Hey, look, guys, and we're gonna go to war with North Korea. Because if they got ghosted, but Kim ghosted, Joe, So now we gotta blobs of missiles. So we've talked a lot about privilege. Okay? I wanna know if you do drove Sam. You guys think this is privileged. So we have AH, California, right? California's going to reopen because Governor Gavin Newsom's really, really scared about being recall because they got enough signatures. People are already lining up extra turn to run against him. Now I think they have. I think the whole runoff thing in California. My explanation is correct. And I'm still confused by the whole process. I think they do like a a ranked choice voting. I think that's how they do it for the for the recall. I don't know like he like he's there, But then you have to go and vote. You either vote for him or the other candidates, and then they tear it. Whoever gets the most of those candidates that run against him wins. Schwarzenegger won in a Reed. That's how he That's the same way. Was it same way so he has to get 51. Then whoever gets the most underneath him, who runs ends up when it would end up winning if he doesn't reach 51 interesting, That's not what I wanted to focus on. I wanted to focus on this. And whether not you think this is privileged new details were announced regarding right when it comes to California theme parks. All right. Same parks will be required to limit ticket sales to in state residents only discrimination, writes. What People will buy tickets online with the reservation system that will use GPS data to help the theme park track who's buy tickets and where they live. The that can't be spoof. Even I know how to spook that. I got family, a family that lives there. That's pretty easy, E. I am not what I would call particularly tech savvy, but I could get around that easy. The system will also allow for contact tracing if there's a covert 19 outbreak tied to the park, California theme parks and counties that are red tear are clear to reopen the limited capacity on April 1st gonna pull that one away. That's not all the guys. That's not all this new protocol for the roller coasters, but real quick on that. Yeah, on the out of state visitors. Where is all our? Where's all our immigration rights activists? Yes. I mean, what kind of what kind of rule is that? We are we're gonna are we gonna deny people from other countries? Well, I think we should definitely deny anybody from out of state coming to the Minnesota State Fair. If we have one this year, maybe that'll happen. E did it fly said. Look, I get why they're doing it. But it flies in the face of all this privilege. Garbage. You know, you're right. You're right Regular. Actually, I would have given my motor cup of credit. If there was one organization deputy. That's that's not fair to people of Arizona of other countries. I mean, they would. They would call it racist if they could write, But they haven't figured out how to determine you know whether or not banning somebody from out of state is racist or not. But if it were, if it were, if it were the country like we're banning people from other countries, which it does, which it is, you are banning people from other countries. Exactly. People from China would not be allowed to go to Disneyland in California. All right. There's one more here. Okay? Um, California attractions and Parks Association. Right represents theme parks. They're sticking to a plan. Um, they want to make sure that They? There's that there's the least possibility for the spread of covert. So you so there is no screaming on any rights you are. You are not allowed to shout on roller coasters. I am not kidding. But what are they going to do? What are they gonna do? If you do shout on the roller there? Get off the ride and they're going to kill you. You're gonna get out the right anyway. Hopefully, I mean, hopefully they're gonna kill you. How do they intend to enforce? What are they gonna be like, Get off, Okay. I was done anyway. Screaming is usually an involuntary reaction. It's not like I'm gonna I can't wait to scream. It's more like All right. Got to see this happening to me. I got diagnosed with Esther Rolle is an involuntary reaction. Like 99% of the time. I am so glad that I have a joke. Filter face covering usage and or modifications to see. Loading patterns will be required on amusement park rides to mitigate the effects of shouting. Okay, But if you have a mask on why does it matter if you're screaming? Maybe. Or.
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"S Food and Drug Administration for an emergency use authorization for its covert 19 vaccine. They did so just yesterday, Theo FDA will now meet on February 26 to discuss that request. Seems like they could meet before that 26. Today is the fifth. I mean, not like next week when I get out. Sure, yeah. Uh, well, that's not how that rules. Okay, there is new legislation of the capital that would reopen California theme parks Cave because Aubrey Aquino has more on this assembly bill. So Aubrey tell us about this bill how it could pave the way for the state's amusement parks to get back open for visitors. Maybe 4 20 would place all of California's theme parks in the Orange moderate Tier three under the state's Cove in 19 industry guidance re opening assemblywoman sharing court. Silva is one of the lawmakers throwing strong support behind this bill. We know that there's other examples across the country that have been open. And we believe it's time to fake to not only the governor, but to others toe. We need to math out a road recovery that includes opening our parks that are faster pace. And getting people back to work. Both Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm or within assemblywoman courts, Ellis district and she says the entertainment industry is being devastated by the shutdowns, claiming more than 20,000 would be amusement park employees in the area she represents. Have been out of work and at home. Well, Aubrey, I would imagine for executives at amusement parks. This is music to their ears. I'm just I'm just kind of curious. What's their reaction to they find this promising. How are they reacting? So next month. It'll be a year since the state's amusement parks had to put the brakes on roller coasters and rides due to coded, executive director of California Attractions and Parks Association, Aaron Guerrero says they are excited at all the theme park operators have gone to great measures. To ensure that they can safely reopen there just waiting for green light. California is definitely a tourism state. We have Ah, lot of things that people travel from all over the world to see. And even though the tourism industry does not expect to rebound fully for a couple years, he's still iconic. And they're huge economic drivers, their revenues support local governments and all the central services of local governments provide Guerrero explains that with current state guidance theme parks or in the yellow to your four category, and if that remains in place, these amusement parks will continue to be closed indefinitely. So the operators are applauding. This latest effort by lawmakers in the park operators are hoping they'll be able to get back to contributing to the economic recovery of California sooner We'll operate. I mean, you look at Disney World which has been open for months now. I mean on, and we haven't heard of it least any super spreader events coming from that person. Lady. I mean, is that part of what they're using to justify this reopening here? Yeah. I mean, they said they've seen other parts of the country reopen their parks, and they're being fine and Again, these operators even going back to last year. As soon as we shut down, they started implementing safety measures and just really going above and beyond all these health guidelines so that they could reopen, But they're just really hasn't been any movement. Okay. Everything's so much appreciate that the Aubrey Aquino joining us this morning as I'm listening to offers report. I'm thinking of myself and correct me if I'm wrong, But I think this is the first major pushback we have experienced from lawmakers of the capital against Governor Newsome's executive orders Right. You're right. The theme park bill we haven't seen like a bill for worship the sites of worship. That's all been going through the Supreme Court of the U. S. And that, Yeah, that's on the legal side of all of the aisle. But Um, It's also an indication of where things politically are beginning to move, right. You know, people are feeling like we need to get these businesses is big economic drivers as she talked about running right and lawmakers who up until now under the dome, who had been very quiet, are feeling emboldened. And there's now they're starting to say Okay, Okay, we We need to go. Get some legislation moving. Well, you wonder how many constituents are calling and writing and e mailing. All right, let's get outside and take a look at traffic. Brian over 25. This report is brought by the center of this year. A health foundation looking good getting around Sacramento. No issues here, and things were good for super communities. If you're headed west out on I 80 on the area.
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"They can't open until the tier four category. The executive director of the California Attractions and Parks Association, Aaron Guerrero, threw her support behind the plan. By the end of 2020. The Edie Edie had paid out 10.4 billion and benefits to claim its whose identities were unverifiable. And that figure could climb as high as 30. Billion California Senate Republicans are concerned about the looming tax problems now facing unsuspected and unemployed Californian stemming From mismanagement and fraud in that insurance program. Well, this week's Senate Republicans delivered a letter to Governor Newsome urging him to take immediate action to help those victims. GOP Chairwoman Jessica Milan Patterson has more on that letter. One of the things that we're seeing now Post the fraud that's been uncovered between 11 and $13 billion that has been uncovered and fraud whether it was two inmates on death row where prisoners or people out of state Now what we're seeing is that with tax season right around the corner, some individuals that were their identity was used for these fraudulent schemes and they'll fill out their taxes. They'll think everything is done correctly and possibly months after that, we'll get a call from the franchise tax board. Saying that you did not pay all of your taxes because these claims came in under your social security number. Yes, we have heard of this. So what was in the letter from the Senate Republicans? Is it just asking for more oversight or what? The Senate Republicans are really asking this governor to step up, you know, they had asked for previously more oversight for the E D. D they had asked for an audit in California Democrats as they usually do push to the side. You know, these aren't problems that we should be running into in California with the Silicon Valley, the tech capital of the world. We shouldn't have these types of issues with using software from the 19 eighties, but we do and what we really need to do is The new Sin Administration needs to step up and take responsibility, correct the injustice and add those necessary steps to take away this unnecessary stress that individuals are gonna feel from their governor from their government. Patterson's says that some of the problem could have been avoided with the D D. We have Off where at the e D. D that is from the eighties. That's ludicrous. And so we absolutely would have had more oversight. From the beginning. We would have worked hand in glove with the Silicon Valley two sticks these issues that we have on the technical side that could have weeded out some of this fraud and certainly could have gotten back to you. Individual Californians that really needed the assistant and that this governor in this DVD has failed with And again that is a GOP chairwoman, Jessica.
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"Doesn't stood outside the Trump International Hotel near Columbus Circle for about an hour, holding up two banners that read. Trump is guilty and indict Trump and his correspondent Scott Pringle. US some social media platforms of bringing down the hammer on the president's CBS's Jim Priscilla tells us the president's finding himself on the outside looking in on some sites. Facebook is batting President Donald Trump, at least until President elect Joe Biden is sworn into office. In a post Facebook founder Mark sucker, Berg said. The risk of allowing Mr Trump to use the social media platform is too great after his incitement of a mob that later touched off deadly violence that the U. S. Capitol, Twitter and Instagram have also temporarily blocked the president's accounts after he repeatedly posted false claims about election fraud. Jim Krystle, a CBS News What about Social media and the role it may have played in the violence that broke out on Capitol Hill yesterday. The New York Times is also reported that a lot of what happened On Capitol Hill. What's actually organized on social media, particularly on some of these alternative social networks like parlor, which have become online havens for extremists whose accounts have either been suspended by Twitter or Facebook. Or no, they wouldn't be able to have an account on those services to see that see ensure Facebook's resuming its ban on political ads in Georgia. Now that the Senate runoff there are over the platform posted a message. Thank the state would join the rest of the U. S. In the nationwide ban that was put in place after the November 3rd presidential election. The restriction on Facebook was lifted for Georgia, December 16th in order to get more political information out to voters. 20. Any sporting events have taken a back seat because of the pandemic. And with many in person sports leagues shuttered, more and more communities are turning to ease sports to fill the void for kids. Inaugural Central Massachusetts Recreation and Parks Association East Sports League will soon be up and running. The Hudson Recreation Department teamed up with seven other towns to form the virtual league. The idea is to give kids stuck at home away to compete with other Children online while socializing and having fun report games are The kids are playing at home anyways, on their video systems. This is an opportunity to take what they're already doing and expanded into a avenue for them to compete against other kids, Whether it's in their town or in the surrounding towns similar to when they would play baseball or football team. They would travel around play different towns since Assistant Recreation director Dan Hannan says competition will take place one night a week for an hour. There will be adult supervision. Kevin Tom a Cliff WBZ, Boston's news radio, said, Let's go. Can't tell.
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"Voting got all kinds of things going on tonight. Images show Jack to an end that coast to coast Relax and have a good time. I'll be there, man. OK, my friend. All right there he goes, George Nori and his coast to coast. And he's gonna have some grays. Crazy. Good. You know guests on about this vote. All right, let's get into a Disneyland. Unfortunately. Is now furloughing employees because the state won't let him up. Let him open. There's a Disney Land or Disney World. It's about 715 753 miles from Wuhan. Right where this grown A virus started in Japan. I mean in China. And It's open. The 750 mile. Flight or drive you can make from Wuhan. To Disney World or Disney Land. Whatever it is. Hong Kong, Disney is open. The one that 7500 miles away in Anaheim is closed. Doesn't make any sense to me. Don't make any sense of the people who work and run Disneyland either. Parks Association say Florida theme parks have been opened for months without problems, and they don't understand why California is not ready to do the same time with him and this as new guidelines come down. That could mean so Cal theme parks could remain shut down for many months to come many more months to come. Great. I would assume Carlos Grand is live at the very latest on this story, Carlos. I mean, how many workers is going to affect hundreds of thousands? Well, that's right. Well in some areas loss, Angeles County's will be forward. For example, today, they announced that soon you won't need a reservation. If you want to go to a brewery or a winery, and they're also going to allow outdoor family entertainment centers to reopen. Oh, alright like Disneyland. Major theme parks, however, cannot reopen in today. Representatives of those theme parks say the state guidelines are arbitrary and will hurt. Thousands of workers theme park se the status, simply refusing to work with them to find a solution at the heart of it. We don't see the guidelines is based in science or fax. We've proven that we can open an operator parks safe by the way. That's a big F u from Disneyland when she says, is at the heart of it. We don't see the guidelines is based in science or fax. The guidelines are not based in science or fax..
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"77. Mac, you other meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk, and we have 59 degrees right now in Sacramento with stories trending on the case, okay Morning news this morning. California's major theme parks, including Disneyland, Universal Studios, and Knott's Berry Farm, are lining up to potentially sue Governor Newsome and the state of California for forcing them to remain closed. Kate McKay's Taylor Martin reports. The potential legal action would come in response from the announcement by the state that none of the larger parks can re open until the county's they're located in dropped the least restrictive Corona virus tear. This means they could stay closed until leased the end of the year. Even when they're cleared to reopen. Theme parks can only allow up to 25% capacity and must enforce strict health protocols. The California attractions in Parks Association says theme park officials are keeping all options open right now. Taylor Martin News 93.1 became residents in Santa Clara County. They are upset with the county officials for not allowing fans in outdoor sporting stadiums, including Levi Stadium, or the 40 Niners play Case, Marshall Benson reports Levi Stadium and Earthquake Stadium or some of the on ly outdoor stadiums in California that could now welcome back fans after new guidelines were issued by the state, but that county public health officials immediately overruled the possibility something the Board of Supervisors have been critical of. Several supervisors called the decision rushed, saying it's unfair to residents who have been making sacrifices. They also don't Will watching a game while socially distances anymore. Dangerous than dining at a restaurant. All but seven of the 32 NFL teams are now playing in front of a limited number of fans. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK, YOLO County officials are limiting the number of people in social gatherings to 16, which is more restrictive than state guidelines. Is public information officer Jenny Tan the state's guidance that that gathering can not have more than three households must be two hours or less and outdoors. Only Yellow County decided to add a maximum number of how many people could gather, though that number is 16. So earlier this month, the California health officials issued in order to limit up to three households to socialize outdoors for no more than two hours. Campaign 2020 KFBK continuing coverage. The director of national intelligence says Iran and Russia are trying to influence the 2020 election. Here's NBC's Tracie.
California's Theme Parks Won't Reopen Anytime Soon
"Knew a trade group that represents theme parks in California, says legal action is being considered to get the governor to allow the re opening of Park sooner. Erin Guerrero with California attractions in Parks Association, says all options are open right now. Our number one goal. Is to be allowed to reopen responsibly. Obviously, we we love to keep that conversation going and come up with a reasonable timeline for reopening. State officials announced yesterday that large theme parks would have to wait until the state is in its least restrictive Yellow Cove in 19 tier city officials in Anaheim say that could be another 6 to 12 months or longer. Executives with Disneyland Universal Studios, Knott's Berry Farm, Magic Mountain and other parks say the state guidelines are arbitrary and have no scientific
California theme parks could seek legal action to speed up reopening
"Sell Its assets. Theme parks like Disneyland, A universal studios are not happy with the state's new guidance for reopening both L A and orange counties are nowhere near the yellow or minimal risk tear. The state says they have to be in for a large theme park to reopen Park say they've been able to safely reopen in other states like Florida By following their own protocols. Hugo Martine covers the travel industry for the Times. He says that while the state sent representatives to Florida to check out reopening protocols, it didn't lead to any changes. Apparently, that didn't really sway the state much because they came back. Pretty much with the same protocols that they were considering about two weeks ago. The theme parks say they aren't ruling out legal action. Erin Guerrero is the executive director of Kappa. The California Attractions and Parks Association is our number one goal is to be allowed to reopen responsibly. Obviously, we love to keep that conversation going and come up with a reasonable timeline for re openings. But at this point Any options There are viable industry associations say that the shuttering of US theme parks has led to
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"Parks Association, a lobbying arm for Disney, Universal Studios, six flags and other operators is behind the website. The state says it's working on reopening guidelines for theme parks. It's even dispatched a team to Florida to see how that state is doing it. But officials maintain the virus is still too widespread in California to allow parks to reopen right now. Disney is pinning at least some of the blame on new seven state officials for its recent decision to lay off 28,000 workers. The Orange County Register reports that more than 8700 employees of companies theme parks in Anaheim. Were among those Let go. And some Orange County checking accounts are a little bit smaller after a fund raiser for president Trump in which ticket prices range from $28 for individual admission to 150 grand for a couple to take a picture with the president. Trump spent about two hours last night at the Newport Beach Home of Tech industry, Entre Nure Palmer Luckey. The private fundraising event included a round table discussion with supporters, followed by a speech. Hundreds of Armenian American demonstrators and a small number of black lives matter. Protestors gathered outside the event. But no violence was reported. Support for NPR comes from the Troll Stuart Mont Foundation for more than 90 years, supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society more at Mont daughter work. You're listening to K C R w It's 707. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning Corona. Virus cases are surging in at least 30 states. They're growing at a rate higher than we have seen since midsummer and hospitalizations are rising, too. NPR's Alison Aubrey is with us now to track all this. Good morning, Alison Good morning, Rachel, who have now passed a new milestone. Eight million Americans have been infected with the current virus. Where are we? Seeing The biggest increases, you know all the key metric show. We're headed in the wrong direction. Rachel, there were more than 70,000 new cases in one day over the weekend. A few days go nationwide. There are about 30% more new cases compared to just a few weeks back. Hot spots include Wisconsin, where a field hospital has opened outside Milwaukee, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri in the Rocky Mountain states to Colorado and Utah, where there's been a dramatic increase in cases and hospitalizations. It's not just us, though, right? I mean, the rest of the world isn't doing so great either. That's right in Europe, Britain and France are also experiencing a surge. Here's former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb. He was speaking on CBS yesterday. I think the next three months going to be very challenging. There's really no backstop against the spread that we're seeing. We're probably two or three weeks behind Europe in Europe's in a very difficult position right now to I think as we enter the winter, we're going to see continued spread. There's 42 states were hospitalizations, air rising, There's 45 states when they have expanding epidemics. It is really no backstop, you know, vaccine could provide a backstop. But of course, we know now that even if the vaccine candidate has shown to be safe and effective before the end of this year It will likely be mid 2021 before it's widely available. So if we are two or three weeks behind Europe, as Scott Gottlieb said, I mean, we've seen some cities and countries in Europe have to go back on strict lockdowns. Is that something that might happen here? We could see states or cities bring back more restriction, sure, limiting capacity in restaurants and bars again further restrictions on gatherings already in Denver. Given the rise there, there's now a stricter mask policy in place requiring people to wear masks not only indoors. But in certain outdoor settings, and people are also asked to limit gatherings to no more than five people. Now, some places with low infection rates throughout the pandemic had loosened restrictions such as Indiana, where there's been a significant jump in cases, a dramatic increase in hospitalizations, and this is happening elsewhere, too. We know that an increase in deaths usually lags behind an increasing hospitalizations. They spoke to physician Aaron Carol about this at Indiana University. When hospitalizations go up, it is likely that deaths will follow. But I don't think they will climb is rapidly is what we saw in March for a number of reasons. First we're testing more than we did then. So we're catching more positives. Secondly, more and more of the cases air coming from younger people now than they did before, and younger people seem to do better. In addition, it could be people are seeking treatment sooner when they get sick and doctors and hospitals no Maura about how to treat Cove in patients to, so let's talk about those treatments. There's been a lot of discussion about the anti viral drug them disappear, which was has been given to really sick Koven patients and as well as President Trump, who was not very sick, actually, Rice from what we know What do we know about how effective remnants of your actually is Sure, so regarding this antiviral drug room disappear. A study coordinated by the World Health Organise World Health Organization found that the drug has little or no effect on death rates among hospitalized patients. Other research has shown it can help people recover faster, so While it may be of some benefit, this is yet another data point showing. It's not a home run, especially when it comes to preventing deaths. Yeah, So what about the other of therapy that President Trump got the experimental antibody therapy? Is that becoming available more widely? Well, President Trump received the monoclonal antibody therapy made by Regeneron infectious disease experts tell me that some patients are asking for it, given that the president has been touting it on the campaign trail..
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"Action day. The people of Michigan must stop these anti American radicals. By issuing Joe Biden and his group by thundering defeat at the ballot box. Next stop Janesville, Wisconsin in about an hour rising Corona virus cases in battleground. Wisconsin has some residents saying Mr Trump shouldn't be there. While others like Andy LeDoux hace, They don't mind. I think it's wonderful. If the president is continuing to go talk to his base that networks the media, they're all lined up against the president. And he's doing what he has to do to get out and reach and touch his supporters. As the nation continues to see spikes in Corona virus cases, hospitals are feeling the pressure. CBS's Michael George in New Mexico, a second straight day of record breaking cases Friday, and hospitalizations were not succeeding at combating the virus. This is the most Serious emergency. That New Mexico has ever faced. Yet in California. The attractions in Parks Association are petitioning toe open up Disneyland. But the governor is not swayed. We don't anticipate the immediate term any of these larger theme park's opening until we see more stability. A federal judge has denied the Diocese of Brooklyn's attempts to block the governor's orderto limit capacity at houses of worship in covert 19 red zones. WCBS is Christy collision, the Brooklyn federal judge says. Well, it hurts religious groups. The state is right by taking the measure to prevent more covert related deaths across hot spots. Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said the diocese is extremely disappointed by the ruling. And that it's an insult to churches that have taken the right precautionary measures. Cuomo's executive order imposed in early October limits houses of worship to a 10 person, maximum indoors and designated red zones. This doesn't end the dioceses lawsuit, but it denies the dioceses request for a temporary injunction. Also New York, thousands of women took to the streets to stand up for their First Amendment rights..
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"Him in the vehicle and we're out of here s Decatur is still listed as a level three Go now zone because of the riverside fire, But Schweiger decided to come back to his home to protect it from another threat he believes is out there. Looters. There are people out here trying to take advantage of the situation. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says. Sweigart isn't the only one concerned. In the last two days, they've taken more than 330 calls the largest majority Of those calls or suspicious persons, People trespassing. We have made some arrests, but I want to make it clear that The majority of those calls were actually unfounded. The sheriff's office is able to respond to these calls and his urging people to call them and not take matters into their own hands. Schweigert says he's not looking for suspicious people. If they come to his neighborhood held Now I'm sitting in my house listening to the radio watching my neighbors back doors on the extra officers are patrolling those evacuated neighborhoods to try and help prevent the looting. A slow moving Hurricane Sally still poses a major threat to the northern Gulf Coast. Hurricane Sally has already started kicking up waves from the Florida Panhandle to the mouth of the Mississippi River. And while New Orleans isn't directly in the path of the storm, we're always prepared for the electricity to go out are flooding and Wendy poor. She says she's ready for both. Sally Slow progress means a greater threat of widespread flooding and storm search, as opposed to last month's fast moving Laura, who's winds knocked down trees, power lines and buildings in southwest Louisiana. Jim Ryan ABC News If you thought this summer was hot now you've got the numbers to back it up. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the June through August period was the hottest ever for the Northern Hemisphere. The previous record was set in 2016 and tied in 2019. The agency also said the Northern Hemisphere set a record for the hottest August last month. No added Mother Earth is experiencing its second hottest year ever in 2020 so far, Ryan shook reporting and trade organization representing several California theme parks is demanding Governor Gavin Newsom issued guidelines for them to reopen. California Attractions and Parks Association says tens of thousands of jobs are up in the air hundreds of millions in dollars of tax revenue that support critical local, state and federal programs are.
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"Son today with areas of smoke and a high of 88 92 than clear and easy tonight, with some smoke in the air, low 59 to 63. Supplants early tomorrow. Otherwise, it'll be mostly sunny with Hayes and smoking in a high of 87 to 91, Immaculata meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 65 degrees in Diamond Springs, 58. Degrees in Lincoln's 56 degrees in Vaca Velonews 93.1 kfbk well this morning Disneyland and other theme parks or putting pressure on Governor Newsome to give them some specifics on when and how they can reopen. Kfbk is Marshall Benson, who's more theme parks in California are demanding an outline for reopening and returning to businesses Usual. The California Attractions and Park Association representing big parks, such as Disney Universal Studios and Six flags are demanding that Governor Newsome established what goals must be met in order to reopen theme parks once again in the Golden State. However, no plans are currently in place for reopening, leaving the theme parks Go wait in the dark. The California Attractions in Parks Association says that many of the parks have outlined their own plans for reopening that would adhere to current public health guidelines but can't proceed until the state approves. Marshall vents and these 93.1 kfbk. This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade is going virtual. NBC's Adam Cooper Steen reports, Snoopy and Santa will still be parading through the streets of the 2020 Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Just not the way New Yorkers have come to expect it. Macy says. Performances will still happen with participants socially distanced and wearing masks, and there will still be marching bands and music. The high schools and colleges previously selected. They're going to be replaced with professional acts and Christina It's not just the parade itself going virtual the giant balloon inflation public event and the night before the parade also will be virtual. Alright, everything virtual this sharing FedEx is hiring for the 2020 holiday season. KFBK correspondent Teemu Chair with more company announces plans to bring on 70,000 workers, which will mainly consist of seasonal employees. FedEx noted they again expect to see a larger number of packages during the peak holiday shipping season. The announcement comes as more people.
The Grand Canyon
"Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is the Whitest Canyon in the world and located in Arizona which also happens to be my home state. It's also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Grand Canyon is two hundred seventy seven miles long up to eighteen miles wide in over six thousand feet deep in places. It's very colorful a combination of reds browns whites and many other colors because each of the different layers or strata were formed at different times during the Earth's history. The Earth is very very old so the Grand Canyon is made up of different rocks from its two billion year old history early on the Grand Canyon was actually a mountain which overtime sunk down until it was flat. Then is the earth shifted. It became a canyon and over a very long period was even underwater. Eventually a river started flowing through the Canyon which is now known as the Colorado River. The water in the river was full of rocks. So over. Millions of years the river acted like sandpaper. Shaving down the canyon this is called erosion today. When you look at the Grand Canyon you can see the different layers in it similar to a layered cake. Some of the layers are white. Limestone other layers are filled with shells from was underwater and the upper layers are dark and reformed by a volcano after the Grand Canyon was formed into what it looks like today around three thousand years ago native people who now call the ancestral publians live near the Grand Canyon. They built homes out of stone and farmed corn squash and beans. They made carvings and paintings on Canyon walls which is one way we know they live there. Another group who lived there were called the co Nina for the ancestors of the modern Yuma Havasu Pie and who a lot by people who still live around the Grand Canyon. The native people call the Grand Canyon. Cab which means mountain on its side. The ancient people believed the Grand Canyon was a holy place and often visited for miles around to experience. It's wonder after Europeans discovered the new World Francisco Vasquez Coronado and a group of Spanish explorers were in the area. Searching for the fabled seven cities of Cipolla in fifteen forty Coronado ordered captain Garcia Lopez de Cardenas and. His soldiers to explore the area they and their Hopi native guides where the first European to see the wonders of the Grand Canyon. They were amazed at its size and fastness. Two hundred years passed until another European visited the canyon in seventeen seventy six to Spanish priests Francisco Dominguez and Sylvester de Escalate into explored southern Utah and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and the eighteen fifties. They were followed. By Jacob Hamlin a Mormon explorer sent by Brigham Young to find a way to cross the river. They made friends with the WHO a lot by tribe and found the crossing discovered by the Spanish priests which later became Lee's ferry. A theory is a place where a flat boat helps wagons and people cross the river then in eighteen sixty nine major John. Wesley Powell led the first expedition down into the Canyon. He had set out to explore the Colorado River and the Canyon. They wrote down the river on a boat and survived the dangerous rapids and finally ended up in what is now known as MOAB UTAH. John Wesley Powell later became famous for the founding of the Boy Scouts of America. In one thousand nine hundred three. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Grand Canyon and marveled at its beauty. Teddy Roosevelt was known for his love of nature and spent much of his time outdoors in the Grand Canyon. He did everything he could to help. Preserve its natural. Wonder he worked to make it a national monument and believe places like the Grand Canyon should be preserved so people all over the world can enjoy it. All Roosevelt was president. He formed the National Parks Association to help. Save places like the Grand Canyon today. The Grand Canyon is one of the most famous places to visit in the world with about five million visitors every year. Who come from all over to see and explore it. Most people just come to look out over the vast canyon. I've been there a few times with my family. It's about a four hour. Drive from US where we live near Phoenix Arizona. The last time I went we brought our foreign kids who also looked out over it in awe. We had to hold them close to us because the canyon is a very steep drop below which made us very nervous. When I was in high school our family and a group of other families hiked down into the part of the canyon known as Havasu Pie. We drove there early in the morning and had all of our camping gear and food loaded onto the back of mules. Then we hiked about four hours down into the Canyon at the bottom of the trail. The huge picturesque Havasu falls. You can swim at the falls. Jump off cliffs and hike further into see and swim in the waterfalls. Our trip was very fun but took a turn for the worse when one of the days I slept on Iraq and twisted my ankle pretty bad the next day we were supposed to hike out so my close friend. I got up early and started hiking. I live most of the way. Even up the steep switch-backs. It was a rough hike out but the waterfalls and swimming holes made it worth it anyway along with hiking people take helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon love to raft the Wild Colorado River. They also take horseback tours down into the Canyon. And it's very popular. Hike it from Rim Durham. By sisters in their friends. Do this recently. Another main attraction is the Grand Canyon. Skywalk which lets you walk on a glass bottom path out over the canyon so you can look at the drop far
"parks association" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Every year for twenty nine years. It has gotten better on information better on coaching and mentoring every year we've gotten better and we've gotten larger so about twelve years ago, I decided to go into the apartment association and see what they knew to pick up the insider's view, the employees to you. How this business all working? I went there, and I was a disruptive because I was telling employees if you really know all this stuff, which I don't think he really knows. What did you think you do? Then why aren't you rich? And that was disruptive to them. So they agreed to allow me to create a system called IRO independent royalty owners, which is something they've had nationally. But it always falls apart because by the very nature of independent. Nobody wants to work together to make something happen because you're an independent entrepreneur. You don't wanna share your ideas, because they're your ideas, you competing against other entrepreneurs with, but it lifestyles, we share those ideas, and I brought that to the national apartment association kites up, and they wrote new classes and everything still nobody uses them because it's the nature of the independence of an entrepreneur to think that they know now the people that come through lifestyles first and then go to the national parks association are super well trained. And right out of the blocks the first apartment complex running almost ninety percent. I mean, they're really super trained. Give them a second or third project. Ninety five to one hundred percent back to miss the skills. Get still grow. So what does that mean? Well, the national apartment association has an independent owners award that is has forty four thousand independent owners that die forty chair. They're out there. Forty four thousand independent apartment owners and one person gets picked for the last twelve years at a row that one person was a lifestyles member not the same lifestyles member. That's the interesting thing. I don't need to beat you. With my best team. I can bring in my second. Best third best fourth desert this bit best operations team and still be you because you're not even in the top ten. We've won twelve years in a row..
"parks association" Discussed on X96
"Number three Utah county government needs a man who could make a good Nafi. Round one. It is now qualified to be Boehner of the day for today. January seventeen it'll have to defeat the winner of round two's voting. We'll do this again at eight twenty with three more candidates, and we'll pick the winner of that round. And put them both against each other Boehner fight happens at nine twenty. And that's when Boehner of the day. We'll be decided by you. So I was I wanted to talk to Richie a little bit here. Also, I have a I just got an Email. It's kind of interesting, but Ritchie lent me. I don't know how much time we have your maybe we can do both. Richie. I saw a Twitter that you did the other day. And I was just quite curious as to why you would subject yourself to this. You tweeted described to me one sentence. Why did you do that? So one week from tomorrow, I'm going to be doing a keynote about developing your personal brand you're going to give a keynote speech to whom the Utah recreation parks association, they have an inter mountain summit here in Salt Lake next week. And why how is it that you've become keynote speaker for the Heather is the woman who is in charge of putting together all of the people that will speaking be speaking. And she said, you know, you are someone who I feel like has developed his personal brand. Would you come and speak to this? And I said, yeah, you bet. So I I just I why did you do that on Twitter though? Well, so as I have watched different people who've spoken about. Personal brand. There's who you think you are what I think I am and how that is perceived, but this to you, and then no, I don't think so at all then there's the view of everyone else. I would contend completely different than easily. Course, you would do you think you are? So what do you think your brand? Or is that what you mean? Right. So so who do you think you are? And then how is it received by everyone else because they're very much can be how how who you think you are. And then what people are saying. And if people aren't intentionally at least saying some of what you're saying people back within you're doing something wrong. Right. That makes your personal brand is how someone else would describe you, basically if you left the room and someone said tell me about Bill Allred. What would they say? And so that's why you did it right? Because I wanted to see hey, you know, what is it? I am I perceived as oh it's just that Mormon kit from the radio show, or is there more that were more to it than so that makes sense to me. I thought you were just opening yourself up in some sort of needy way for we're used to that. If you wanted I thought maybe you were just being needy, and I thought well, you're opening yourself up for a lot of criticism. But I mean there were like nine responses on Twitter. And I did it on Facebook. And there was about sixty plus oh, you got Facebook. Because I was and I was I was. It sounds bad to say I was surprise. But there were not there were no negative comments on the Twitter. No negative comments at all. I see. So the thing is is. I thought that it would be an opening up to people being mean, not just mean and terrible. Yeah. And and it wasn't the case at all even people who I would think would be ready waiting and willing like Dylan Dylan posted was not. So what what do people think that your personal brand is can you sum it up in a sentence? I think that a lot of people. No, I can't I can give you two sentences. Do I think that people overwhelmingly said that I am a people person who works hard takes on probably more than he should. Well, that's right. Okay. But because he wants to make people happy. So now, what do you think your personal brand is? I think that my personal brand is that there is nothing. I won't do that's kind of my one sentence. There isn't anything. I can't do or won't do or try or try. All right. Well, that's that kind of leads into. What why is that Ron Carey Jackson? There are things that you won't do like what you tell me about things that you won't do all the time. You're you're speaking like things like drinking or something like that. Sure. With your personal brand does. But okay. Anyway, I think that that kind of leads into this Email to if we have time to do that this. This is someone who set. Well, his name is Jeff ransom. And he send sent this Email regular hateful thankful listener. Evening lords and lady writing into thank you for the years of service that you have and still do provide me I worked twelve hour graveyard shifts Wednesday Thursday Friday mornings from five forty to six twenty and you help me drive home, really tired. You see you? And I have an awkward relationship because several ways I hate your show. I disagree with you fifty to eighty percent of what you say. And you're intentional lack of professionalism. Brines my last year. Well, but that frustration is exactly what I need to keep me awake for driving for twelve hours of busting my butt at work. So honestly from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for being the stupid incompetent and lousy best thing on the radio. I kinda love you guys. That's our brand. I guess that's our brand stupid incompetent and lousy. But the best at it on the radio. I'll I'll take that. We're certainly unprofessional. I know that's true. And we strive and and we saw some research yesterday, which showed that we suck a lot less than we did last year. So maybe we're letting Jeff ransom down a little bit. To Jeff ransom. I just had this to say, whatever professor. It's professionally unprofessional. We were very professional at being unprofessional. It's kind of our brand we take great strides. I mean, I kind of know how he feels. I I used to take great, and I don't do it too much anymore. Great. I like to listen to radio that I hate all the time. And then I realized life's too short and stop doing stop doing. And I still do it..
"parks association" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Private investment you can't stop right we need some level private investment but let's also do some type of social impact investing as well and so that's what we did but how do you do the when i mean let's be honest the forces of private investment the forces of gentrification the forces that are saying you know what we're going to take this in rezone this you know without really a lot of people understanding what's happening how do you compete with developers and investors at that level i mean can you realistically do that well no you can't compete against cash right but you can rally the community around you right so we recreating the story first of all know the value of your land right we live in liberty city where everyone is saying it's bad no week and change our commu the way we want it to change we can bring in retail we can bring in commercial keep your home's investing your home actually moved back into the community and there's a pocket within liberty city where you still have the original home owners it's that old black money right they've been there for a while lawyers judges teachers and there well organiz so when you talk about the hanley park association even though crime may be happening all away around them and investments you know hadley do not touch hadley right because they respect their organized rules to their section and they protect their investment we need to replicate that right so it's educational so what we did when we came together we started to create this theme around the value of liberty city the value of over town the value of little haiti north miami miami gardens all black cities miami gardens is having a super bowl in twenty twenty because that's where hard rock stadium is the miami tennis open is moving from key biscayne downtown to miami gardens and all black city the largest black city south of atlanta we need to protect our investment now because the face of it is going to change as investment comes in and we can't stop investment but we can't do participate and so that was our our story less participate in it so they can do what they wanna do let's also get involved in participate what is.
"parks association" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"They loved dealing with us because our group we are owners whatever issue they're dealing with it directly impacts are pocketbook our business and our operation and they love death feedback that educated the back because we are deliver a lot of the members that are involved they you know some of these large companies don't understand the total impact of whatever legislation or regulation is being proposed in so you know the you know groups you know small owners that are that are our most of our members are are an integral part of of the association of the industry because we you know we have the knowledge we are the owners we are the operators and we know how various things impact our biz so john interestingly enough um the national parks association and out what's the other firm the the one with the owners in it the nl something and a multi housing council go uh these two gigantic organizations they hit it out of the park this time do you think this new tax now the yeah i do i do and it's not come back you know changes that were made on on on behalf of our industry frankly it was changes that did not get nate and things that remained relatively to say while there were some changes uh to send that these items that directly impact our business and our industry um a lot of it uh remained remained in to fill in the final bill that was signed by the president and you know there were several items that directly impact real estate and investors that over the course of the past twelve months had been you know threatened to be removed or um you know taxed differently than it had been in the past that we have a uh very negative impact on on our business and and what we do yeah i mean they were clamoring for changes that we were let me quite honestly scared to death that's why didn't even do one radio show on taxes the entire time the bill was going through because number one it was so complicated but number two adding one drinks that they certificates it it it of the world really knew what tax benefits the.
"parks association" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You can register and we can talk about this 28 ways to increase income and multifamily for about an hour and a half uh there on site for any one of our some of the seminars across the across the usa all right we'll pick it backed up where you left often sure we talked about pet fees and pet the positive number eight on our list one day but the next one number ninety at rent and and that this is a beautiful thing you know if someone has one pets then that pet rents going to be you know hundred bucks a month if they have to pets stay up to cast then that two hundred dollars a month for that one unit and people pay this rent because believe it or not dealt a survey was done by the national parks association and seventy to seventy five percent of apartment renter's only pets so if you have a hundred unit property i know if you have a hunger looked at so i think that seventy five percent of everybody not just department owners at that most people that have liza quite desperation brian ted is the only thing you can push around in life you know and even they give you crap you have to go outside pick up the crap out of the backyard but everybody wants one because nobody else will listen to absorb yep um so if you have a hundred unit property and seventy percent of your senate have a pet and you have pet rent coming in you know that seven thousand dollars a month extra income you're getting or eighty four thousand a year increase in your income to the bottom line uh cut rent is another beautiful way to increasing income multifamily and subsequently increase the value you know you could increase the value that property.
"parks association" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You can register and we can talk about this 28 ways to increase income and multifamily for about an hour and a half uh there on site for any one of our of seminars across the across the usa all right will pick a backup or you left often sure we talked about that easing pet deposits number eight on our list twenty eight but the next one number ninety rent and and this is a beautiful thing you know if someone has one pet then that cut rents going to be you know hundred bucks a month if they had to pets they have two cats then that two hundred dollars a month for that one unit and people pay this rent because believe it or not dell a survey was done by the national parks association and seventy to seventy five percent of apartment renter's only pets so if you have a hundred your property i know if you have a hung i think that so i think that seventy five percent of everybody not just department owners at that most people who have liza quite desperation brian pet is the only thing you can push around in life you know and even they give you crap you have to go outside pick up the crap out of the backyard but everybody wants one 'cause nobody else will listen to absorb yep um so if you have a hundred unit property and seventy percent of your tenet have a pet and you have pet rent coming in you know that seven thousand dollars a month extra income you're getting or eighty four thousand a year increase in your income to the bottom line uh cut rent is another beautiful way to increasing income and multifamily and subsequently increase the value know you could increase the value.
"parks association" Discussed on WCHS
"White supremacist rallies across the nation the ku klux klan has been denied a request to burn a cross at a park outside atlanta the atlantajournal constitution reporting the members of the sacred nights of the kkk requested to hold a burning at stone mountain park just outside of atlanta in october but the parks association denied the request and a spokesman told ajc he they don't want the group at the parc that the purpose of the crossburning would be to intimidate and they also cited a violent clash between the kkk encounter protestors at an event there last year ceo bill stevens added that the event would require more public safety resources than they could provide putting people at risk mark remillard abc news adriaan cain to close for come for to a police helicopter in massachusetts abc's aaron katersky has more massachusetts state police said a drone flew in front of one of its helicopters as it passed over lawrence municipal airport at about six hundred feet drones are supposed to fly no higher than four hundred feet and nowhere near an airport the helicopter was on a training flight when the pilot saw the drone approach from the side and get within a hundred feet before dropping suddenly to the ground had there been a collision police said the drone could have cracked the windshield and ended up inside the helicopter the crew search for the operator with no luck bend landed safely aaron katersky abc news new york an fbi agent in new york city was hospitalized after a flashbang grenade accidentally detonated in the parking go rush of a federal building agent in stable condition this is abc news we discovered that my daughter was using drugs we will really at a loss we'd been told by suddenly people kicker out seized tough love you can't take a one size fits all approach to substance disorders they're all different you are the only one that knows your child it's a slow process in although it hasn't been perfect she's not using drugs anymore more were really helpful were all in recovery from this disease there's hope and how drugfree dot org a message from partnership for drug free kids brian clark abc news.