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"To 91 I'm an AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 48 degrees in North Lake Tahoe 60 degrees in Roseville. Not of the stories trending this Thursday morning this morning. Federal water officials with the U. S Bureau of Reclamation have announced they're cutting deliveries to farmers this year by 54%. Level not seen since the drought of 2015 water allocations to cities and farms will be reduced and more pressure will be placed on local municipalities to draw from dwindling state water resource is and this morning, California water officials have announced new water restrictions for the upper Russian River basin. The state water Resource is control board. Will restrict water diversions at the river to protect fish and drinking water restrictions will likely be in effect, they say. Until winter rains restore water flows at eight this morning, Sanoma County and other local governments have reached a joint settlement with PG and E over the destruction caused by the Kincaid fire. Here's KFBK is Jordan Christmas utility company will pay out $31 million in the joint settlement over damages caused by the 2019 Kinkaid. Fire officials said yesterday that the money will be distributed evenly amongst Noma County, the town of Winsor and the cities of Held Zberg, Cloverdale and Santa Rosa. The fire, which sparked in October of 2019 burned roughly 78,000 acres and destroyed over 370 structures. Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK all knew it. Eight mental health experts launching a new program to help American students adjust to the classroom. This foal kfbk is Mark Mayfield fills us in the hopeful futures campaign launched on Wednesday. It's an alliance of 11 nonprofit organizations that have joined forces to make sure that every school in the U. S. Has a mental health plan ready when students returned to in class learning. Earlier this month, a poll by the American Psychiatric Association showed 48% of adults.
"russian river basin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFBK Morning news this morning. Federal water officials with the U. S Bureau of Reclamation have announced they are cutting deliveries to farmers this year by 54%, a level not seen since the drought of 2015 water allocations to cities and farms will be reduced and more pressure will now be placed on local municipalities to draw from Dwindling state water resource is and this morning California water officials have announced new water restrictions for the upper Russian River basin. The state water Resource is control board will restrict water diversions at the river to protect fish habitat and drinking water restrictions will likely be in effect until the winter rains restore those water flows. Also in the news this morning, California regulators say, P Jeannie mishandled power Shut off several years ago, okay it because Jordan Christmas has this Mission has issued a $106 million fine to the utility for violating guidelines during planned power shut offs and fall of that year. Officials said yesterday that $86 million of that fine was offset from bill credits that were already provided to customers by PG and E shareholders. The find that was issued will become final and less. An appeal is filed by the utility company within 30 Calendar Days. Jordan CHRISTMAS News 93.1 KFBK new reports surfaced that the coronavirus made Happened. Wuhan, China, President Biden now says he wants answers about the origin of the coronavirus cake of McKay's Mark Mayfield reports. Biden released a statement saying he is directing the US intelligence community to redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information that could bring us closer to a definitive conclusion. Deputy White House press secretary Karine Jean Pierre said Getting to the bottom of the covert crisis will help the US prepare for future pandemics. She told reporters that China should cooperate in a full and transparent investigation. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 kfbk Triple A predicting more than 37 million Americans will hit the road this Memorial Day weekend as covert 19 restrictions are eased. Chevrolet Safety engineer Tricia Moral says This is an important time to tend to some basic vehicle maintenance that may have been overlooked during the pandemic. Really make sure that your vehicle is functioning at its optimum level. Check your washer fluid your oil levels. Make sure those headlights and tail lights are working properly. The NTSB says 94% of all crashes are due to human error, so be careful on the roads. Okay, A former Pentagon official who went public about reports of UFOs has filed a complaint. With the agency's inspector general. He claims has been a coordinated campaign to discredit him from speaking out, and he accused a top official of threatening to tell people that he was crazy. This is not the first time we've heard a story like this. There are a number of people who are now coming out of the woods, saying I've been trying to get the Pentagon and the military to take this seriously and reported to the public for a while. They're supposed to be a big report next next month, so we'll see what that is. But this Louis Elizondo, he was a career counterintelligence specialist on he was assigned in 2000 and two more for the Pentagon program that investigated reports of unmanned aerial phenomenon. There are a number of former military who say they've been silenced, you know? Interesting now time it's six or five. It's time for our featured audio clip this hour this morning. First Amendment scholars say that a new law in Florida aimed at cracking down on big tech monopolies, and their censorship will likely be challenged in court. Even so, Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's Republican is standing by the new law, he says big tech companies in America have become far too powerful. They are monopolies, and he says, they're censoring messages and suppressing free speech. Here's what he told Fox News in our featured audio clip this hour. This is something where big tech has a mass. Massive amount of power. They are monopolies, their monopolies that are much more powerful than the monopolies of the early 20th century. They're using their power to enforce orthodoxy and to suppress speech and candidates that they disagree with the bill we did today, shot goes beyond just the political candidate and people can find me of the whole rundown at Ron De Santis. Calm but any Floridian Who is the platform or censored would potentially have a right to sue Big tech. We're making tech be transparent on their algorithms and on their terms of service and the criteria they used because they don't apply it fairly. Twitter will ban Donald Trump is president, United States, But yet they'll let the Ayatollah How many talk about killing Jews. Are you kidding me? Eh? So we think this is the strongest thing that any state is done. And it needs to be done. Shaun. We've got to protect people against big text, censorship, lot of things going on with the story there. Dissent, Justice saying what a lot of Americans feel politically. From a political standpoint, he's on the right side of this. I mean, if you're running for president say in 2024, it's hugely popular. It is. Yeah, but I will tell you the dirty little secret about this. Disney got itself a carve out This law. The term does not include any information service system, Internet search engine or access software provider operated by a company that owns and operates a theme park or entertainment complex in Florida. No, You're kidding. So does he got himself a carve out as well as other theme parks there that Disney says it so that they could moderate reviews on their Disney plus streaming sites so that they can moderate those views. But Other people are saying, all right? Yeah. No kidding. Double standard well, and the First Amendment, the experts are going to take a look. This is going to be challenged so quickly in court. It'll be challenged. But it is hugely popular because people are concerned about the control that Tech has. Speaking of big tech. Amazon, considering the launch of a brick and mortar pharmacies and all across the United States to rival CVS and Walgreens. No. Amazon is trying to swallow the world right now. We just threw it. Yeah, Yeah, they've taken over MGM know, And apparently they own the apprentice tapes. All they do. Yeah. So that's interesting. I mean, look, we just we got we got, you know, like five or six monopolies that are going on and everybody in Washington just sitting back, letting him get bigger and bigger and bigger. No appetite to stop. Okay, let's get you caught up on your top stories at this hour from ABC.