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"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"102 from 1991. Night. Clear and easy with smoke in the air. Low 61 65 Easy Senate very hot tomorrow with widespread smoking A high of 99 103 macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KFBK Currently 65 in Sacramento. With stories now trending on the KFBK. Morning News. First presidential DEBATE. Donald Trump KFBK continuing coverage. All morning. Long on our show. We have been rolling out audio clips from last night's debate. Here's one so let me ask you this. Mr. I'm listening to you people. Wait a minute. You get the final word. It's hard to get any word in with this clown. Excuse me this Let me just okay. Just one of the audio clips from the wild debate last night were beginning. Reaction throughout the morning, in fact, are segments, which feature a political analyst Gary Dietrich. And Chico State speech and debate Professor Sue Peterson. Both will be posted on our cave became morning show page right after this program, Okay. Governor Newsome assigned a new law, which will cut back on rat poison used in California. Kfbk is Marshall Benson Explain. Under the new law. The general use of second generation anti coagulant road. Ente sides is banned until the director of the State Department of Pesticide Regulation has the chemicals reevaluated. Additional restrictions needed to limit the impact on wildlife would also need to be adopted. It could be passed on up the food chain to predators and scavengers from the dead or dying rodents. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK Governor, Newsome is considering what is known as the Crisis Act. It would allow community mental health experts to respond to 9 11 calls instead of police officers. Advocates say that mental health professionals Khun Best provide solutions during a mental health crisis. Newsome's Department of Finance opposes that bill, they say would have a big impact on the States General Fund. WILDFIRES News 93.1 KFBK Continuing coverage glass fire still rages uncontained, but milder weather has helped firefighters mix in progress. Cinema, County officials noted overnight that Mondays High winds have died down significantly, However, the favorable conditions may not last. A red flag warning could be issued today or tomorrow, With temperatures in the area expected to reach triple digits This morning. The glass fire has destroyed over 100 structures and burned almost 48,000 acres. Meanwhile, fire crews are getting a handle on the West zone portion of the North Complex Fire, which is burning in Butte County. KFBK is Mike back O reports on that Butte County, Cal Fire's Rick Carhartt says they were able to Use weather conditions to their advantage by mapping strategies to best attack the fire. We used the smoke cover to get in there do work on the ground when we could, and we used the clear air to get in there and use our air resources when we could, and the winds have died down, and the West zone portion of the fire is now nearly contained, Carhartt says. Aggressively digging and bulldozing fire lines and setting backfires. Proved to be instrumental in protecting the areas in and around Forbes Town and Clipper Mill's Mike Baka News 93.1 Christina Before we get to the top national stories in just a moment headline LATIMES this morning economic forecasters from Holiday now predicting that the recovery in California will play take Mohr than two years. That's their prediction right now. They did, however, say in this report that they believe that the housing market would rebound quicker. Now, of course, we've seen home prices just skyrocket because of low interest rates. And that is one segment of the economy that actually has been doing well in California. But anyway, there saying long term you expect this to take some two plus years before we see a significant recovery interesting. I've been checking out some of the latest polls after last night's debate, This one's from 5 38. We've had them on before. Galen droop. Yeah, guy over there..

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"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coverage. Too fast Growing Northern California Wildfires continue to burn out of control at this hour Mohr than 2000. Firefighters are in the wine country this morning fighting the glass fire. It's burned more than 46,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma County's. It's destroyed more than 80 buildings and is only 2% contained. Farther north, the SOG fire has scorched more than 50,000 acres, destroyed almost 150 homes and other structures and killed three people. There's no containment of the SOG fire in chance to county, there is progress on one fire Northern California to report this morning the West Zone portion of the North Complex fire in Butte County. Now 95% contained cave because my pocket has more fire officials say that their containment lines were so good that even the weekend wind didn't breach their barrier. There's the area down by Forbes Sound and the communities around there. We had dozers coming in and cutting contingency line That is Butte County, Cal Fire's Rick Carhartt, who says they also used backfires. We had to put fire on the ground, and we did amazingly successful firing operation where we took our contingency lines, and we put fire on the ground to burn back in the direction of where the main fire was coming to remove all the fuel, he says. They're in communication with the federal fire crews who are battling the act. To fire burning in Plumas County. Mike Baka News 93.1 CALF IKEA This morning, a Sacramento area company is on the cutting edge of creating digital license plates and their business has taken off during the pandemic. Here's KFBK is Aubrey Aquino, Granite Bay based revive her auto is giving consumers a digital alternative to car registration and renewal founder Nevel Boston says in covert When people couldn't get into the DMV to do normal transactions, they're digital platform for license plates opened up opportune. Entities to streamline processes that have been broken because you're changing an entire industry. You're digitizing something that's been a stamp piece of metal for well over 100 years and you're utilizing it in a new and unique way that people you know, had not thought about before. The plates are currently offered in California in the Arizona and legal in five other states with plants being more than half of the U. S in 2021 Freaky, no news 93.1 kfbk. Yosemite National Park, getting rid of its day use permit starting on November 1st Since the park reopened in June. Reservations were required to limit the people in the park. Most recent in the park was closed temporarily because of poor air quality. They use permit system will remain in effect through the end of October. We get you caught up now on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk.

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"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Today with areas of smoke and a high of 99 to 1 of three. The record is 102 from 1991 Clear and hazy tonight with smoke in the air, little 61 to 65. Mac, you weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 63 degrees in Sacramento. With stories now trending on the K F became morning news. Governor Newsome has signed a new law. It will cut back on Rat poison used in California, Kate McKay's Marshall Benson explains. Under the new law, the general use of second generation anti coagulant Ro dentist sides is banned until the director of the state Department of Pesticide Regulation has the chemicals reevaluated. Additional restrictions needed to limit the impact on wildlife Also I need to be adopted. SDRs could be passed on up the food chain to predators and scavengers from the dead or dying rodents. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK Governor, Newsome is considering what is known as Thie Crisis Act. It would allow community mental health experts to respond in 9 11 calls instead of police officers, advocates say mental health professionals of the ones you Khun Best provide solutions. To address mental health crises. Newsome's Department of Finance opposes the bill, saying it would have a huge impact on the States General Fund. WILDFIRES News 93.1 KFBK continuing coverage. Glass fire continues to burn this morning. Milder weather has helped firefighters make progress in Omagh County officials noted overnight that Monday's high winds have died down significantly, However, favorable conditions may not last. A red flag warning has been issued for today and Thursday. Temperatures could hit triple digits as of Tuesday evening. The last fire has destroyed more than 100. Baker 100 structures. I should say it has burned almost 43,000 acres. Meanwhile, fire crews are getting a handle on the West zone portion of the North. Complex fire burning in Butte County. KP CASE Mike Baka reports County Cal Fire's Rick Carhartt says they were able to use weather conditions to their advantage by mapping strategies to best attack the fire. We used to smoke cover.

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"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The six o'clock hour will be joined. Buy a debate professor from Chico State, But first we have the latest in the wild fires that are burning in Northern California. Wildfires News 93.1 KFBK continuing coverage to fast growing Northern California wildfires continue to burn out of control at this hour Mohr than 2000 firefighters and are in the wine country this morning fighting the glass fire. It's burned more than 46,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma County's. It's destroyed more than 80 buildings, and his only 2% contained farther north. The Zog fire has scorched more than 50,000 acres, destroyed almost 150 homes and other structures and killed three people. There is no containment of the SOG Fire and Shasta County. There is progress on one fire in Northern California to report this morning, the West Zone portion of the North complex. Fire that's in Butte County. It is now 95% contained KP case, Mike Baka has more fire officials say that their containment lines were so good that even the weekend wind didn't breach their barriers. The area down by Forbes Sound and Communities around there. We had dozers coming in and cutting contingency line That is Butte County, Cal Fire's Rick Carhartt, who says they also used backfires. We had to put fire on the ground, and we did amazingly successful firing operation where we took our contingency lines, and we put fire on the ground to burn back in the direction of where the main fire was coming to remove all the fuel, he says. They're in communication with the federal fire crews who are battling the active fire burning in Plumas County. Mike Baka NEWS 93.1 KFBK This morning, a Sacramento area company is on the cutting edge of creating digital license plates and their business has taken off during the pandemic. K of the case. Aubrey Aquino reports Granite Bay based revive her auto is giving consumers a digital alternative to car registration and renewals. Founder Nevel Boston says in Cove it when people couldn't get into the DMV to do normal transactions. They're digital platform for license plates opened up opportunities to streamline processes that I've been broken because you're changing an entire industry. You're digitizing something That's been a stampede of metal for well over 100 years and you're utilizing in a new and unique way that people you know, had not thought about before. The plates are currently offered in California in the Arizona and legal in five other states with plans to be in more than half of the U. S in 2021, Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 KFBK You're 70 National Park, getting rid of its cryo Day use permit starting November 1st since the park reopens. Did June. Reservations were required to limit how many people were in the park of one time. Most recently, the park is closed temporarily because of poor air quality. The day use permit system will remain in effect through the end of October. All right, let's get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk. So the first presidential debate of 2020 included this moment, which President Trump was asked to explicitly condemn white supremacist. What do you want to call him? Give me a name. Give me a problem, right, like.

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"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"rick carhartt" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"2020 KFBK Continuing coverage. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is discussing racial disparities at a barbershop around table in Michigan. Speaking in Oakland County this afternoon, the California senator saying black businesses have been disproportionately impacted by the economic toll. It made Worse. What was bad to start with? In terms of who was getting re sources who was having access to resource is or not, Harris says. Black businesses air feeling the financial effects of the corona virus pandemic, black businesses have been disproportionately impacted. By the economic told this virus has taken but let's also be clear. The thing about this. This this pandemic is that it has in many ways been an accelerator. She says. Racial disparities and health care are being highlighted by the pandemic is black people are three times as likely to contract the virus and twice as likely to die from it. WILDFIRES News 93.1 KFBK Continuing coverage, Cal Fire crews are looking to get the upper hand on the north complex West's own fire. Kaffee case. Mike Baka has details. We've had a number of really good successes in the last few days on this fire that is Butte County. Cal Fire's Rick Carhartt, who says their operations consists of solidifying fireline the West Side of the fire along the North Fork of the Feather River on that part of Lake Oroville is looking really good. We're looking to tie in the very, very last little bit of red uncontained fire line within the next day or so. The Butte County portion of the North complex fire has burned more than 81. Acres and his 60% contained 15 people have died in the blaze that started in Plumas County on August 17th and then raged into Butte County on September 8th. Mike Baka.

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