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Football without fans is weird

The Fix-It Show with Tom Feiza

00:21 sec | 21 hrs ago

Football without fans is weird

"It'll be up to players to bring the excitement that fans would normally provide. But last week showed it won't be easy. The universal opinion after the Minnesota game I can't use the word weird because even Aaron Rodgers, telling the story of having played a game in Sacramento in high school. That was without fans. It's just not the same for an NFL

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‘Ash Taint’ Causing Wineries To Reject Grapes From Some Sacramento County Growers

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 d ago

‘Ash Taint’ Causing Wineries To Reject Grapes From Some Sacramento County Growers

"Wild Fires is hurting the grape harvest KFBK Sneak a mega has explains a Sacramento County form bureau representative says ash taint the particles of the ash. Settling on the fruit is infiltrating a smoke type flavor into the grape. The ash Tate has now affected the contracts between at least one winery and grape growers in Sacramento and San Joaquin counties. So far, 100 acres of merlot and Pino NWA have been avoided, which is about a million dollar loss and revenue to growers. Chickamauga,

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How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

Bay Curious

03:48 min | 3 d ago

How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

"To answer Michael's question about when wine country got start and how it became. So popular, we brought in reporter Christopher Beale Hey Christopher Hay alluvia. So let's start with when wine grapes were first planted in the North Bay. When was that all the way back in eighteen twenty three the Spanish created a mission in Sonoma's. It's the first place where grapes were intentionally planted in wine country but the wine made from these grapes was Sacramento Kinda like alcoholic. Grape juice used in church, not what we would recognize as wine, and then in eighteen thirty s some of the early European settlers in the NAPA sonoma valleys would have grown some basic wine grapes as well. Now, when does the wine country that we think of today start to take shape for the sake of the story let's start in eighteen forty California is ten years from entering the Union and this guy named Charles Krug arrives in San Francisco. Crew was a German after the revolutions of eighteen, forty eight in Europe the comes into San Francisco. It was the editor of a German language newspaper in San Francisco. That's Jim Lapsley he managed agricultural continuing education at UC Davis for more than thirty years with focus on wine-making. Now, after a few years in San Francisco Charles Krug gets married and ended up as a dowry getting quite a bit of land. This is the area just North of Santa Lena where the Charles Krug winery is located considered. It'd be the first commercial winery in Napa Valley. The wine country story is really one about marketing and innovation, and this Guy Charles crew gets credit for a lot of the early innovation and wine country including being the first to use a cider press, which is kind of like a slotted barrel to press wine grapes before that grapes were generally crushed by people's feet. When California entered the union, it was a place where we could grow grapes because the climate was quite similar to the southern Mediterranean. It was dry during the summer it had wet winters and differ grew very well here in California. For, is a species of grapevine. It's used to make wine after the early success of pioneers like Cruyff people began to plant grapes and produce more wind and the NAPA and sonoma valleys. But this was still considered low quality table wine and it continued to represent only a fraction of the US market mainly because it was still cheaper for east coast consumers to import wine. From Europe by boat, then from California by train. But that all changed in eighteen, seventy five, the US government stepped in and increase the tax on imported European wines to twenty cents a gallon which leveled the financial playing field for California's wine producers, and as a result, the wines dig it imported from Europe can be much more expensive wines and oak wine that was everyday drinking. That became the from California. Now. It wasn't a linear march from this moment today. The wind industry suffered a few major setbacks over the years but one way or another managed to survive them. Here's a few of the important ones I wine country was almost destroyed by bugs in the eighteen seventies. This is a microscopic bug that eats the roots of wine grapes. It's related to an eighth fit in it's called. PHILOXENIA. And when it arrived in wine country, it destroyed the vineyards to kill the vineyards and the only way could really come up with a solution was to plant on grafted vines the bottom, the rootstock would be a native variety and then on top graft with Vida's Benifica.

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Trump dismisses climate change as cause of fires as western wildfires stop at Canadian Border

The KFBK Morning News

01:19 min | 4 d ago

Trump dismisses climate change as cause of fires as western wildfires stop at Canadian Border

"Sacramento, President Trump made it clear that he believes the key to preventing more wildfires is with new forest management techniques. Here's what he told reporters and McClellan airpark. It is our featured audio clip this hour. They also have to do cuts. I mean, people don't like to do cuts, but they have to do cut in between. So you do have a fire and it gets away. You'll have a 50 yard cut in between, so it won't be able to catch to the other side. They don't do that. If you go to other countries, you goto, Austria. You goto, Finland, You goto many different countries and they don't have private. I was talking to a head of a major country. And he said, We're a forest nation. We consider herself a forestation. This was in Europe. I said, that's a beautiful term. He said. We have trees. They're far more explosive. He meant explosive in terms of fire, but we have trees that are far more explosive than they have in California, and we don't have any problem. Because we manage our far so we have to do that in California, too, is broader point is we have to look at other countries, not just Europe, By the way, Canada have you seen a map of the fires that are burning along the West Coast, and they're burning all the way from Southern California all the way up to Washington, right to the border with Canada, and then nothing. I stuff nothing above the border. So I mean, if it is climate change, and only climate changes, climate change stopped at the border, right? Well, and

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Is Trump right about cause of US wildfires?

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Is Trump right about cause of US wildfires?

"On poor forest management. During a wildfire briefing north of Sacramento. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports. The president brushed off climate change concerns. Climate change. Israel, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he agreed with the president on the need to better manage forests. But he urged Mr Trump to not ignore the warming planet, please. Respect, and I know you do. The difference of opinion out here as it relates to this fundamental issue on the issue of climate change, absolutely appreciate that moments later, when the president said it would start getting cooler, a top state official interjected. I wish science agreed. You don't think Sands knows Actually, Steven Portnoy. CBS NEWS The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with a family of

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Trump says "I don't think science knows" about climate

Charlie Parker

00:57 sec | 4 d ago

Trump says "I don't think science knows" about climate

"Trump Trump visited visited California California yesterday, yesterday, where where millions millions of of acres acres of of land land of of it it incinerated incinerated Duda Duda wildfires, wildfires, The The president president continued continued to to push push back back on on climate climate change change claims claims made made by by California officials recognized the changing climate and what it means to our forest. It actually worked together with that that science science science that that that that science science science science science is is is is is going going going going going to to to to to be be be be be key, key, key, key, key, because because because because because if if if if if we we we we we if if if if if we we we we we ignore ignore ignore ignore ignore that that that that that science science science science science and and and and and sort sort sort sort sort of of of of of put put put put put our our our our our head head head head head in in in in in the the the the the sand sand sand sand sand and and and and and think think think think think it's it's it's it's it's all all all all all about about about about about vegetation vegetation vegetation vegetation vegetation management, management, management, management, management, we're we're we're we're we're not not not not not going going going going going to to to to to succeed succeed succeed succeed succeed together together together together together protecting Californians. It'll start getting cooler. I wish you'd just watch. I wish science think Science knows, Actually, At least 36 people are dead amid wildfires in the West with dozens missing firefighters Monday had to contend with high winds and low humidity is they tried to gain control in Sacramento President Trump awarded the distinguished Flying Cross to seven California National Guardsmen. You saved 242 people from the creek fire. One of dozens of wildfires raging across California.

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Dozens dead, at least 24 missing in western wildfires

Charlie Parker

00:21 sec | 5 d ago

Dozens dead, at least 24 missing in western wildfires

"At least 36 people are dead, admitted wildfires in the West with dozens missing. Firefighters Monday had to contend with high winds and low humidity as they tried to get control and Sacramento President Trump awarded the distinguished Flying Cross to seven California National Guardsmen who saved 242. People from the creek fire, one of dozens of wildfires raging across

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Visiting California Fires, President Trump Denies Climate Change

Environment: NPR

03:30 min | 5 d ago

Visiting California Fires, President Trump Denies Climate Change

"The wildfires in the West have burned down entire towns and up ended the lives of millions of people many of last homes. So many more just can't even go outside because the air is thick with ash and smoke. The fires have also forced president trump to confront the realities of climate change, which he has so far refused to do. He was in California yesterday getting a briefing from state officials and Cake Ud's Katie or was there she joins us now from Sacramento Katie Good Morning, you're out this event with the president. The press was there and asking questions and you actually asked him straight up about climate change, right? I did I asked the president what role he thinks climate change plays in these fires and he insisted as he has for years that it's all about forest management that years of letting the forest become overgrown and not well-tended have turned them into tinder boxes. The president's argument was met with resistance from officials here on the ground including California Governor Gavin. NEWSOM, who urged the president to reconsider his stance in? Light of what the state has experienced in recent years hottest August ever history of the state, the ferocity, these fires, the drought five plus years losing one, hundred, sixty, three, million trees to that drought. Something's happened to the plumbing of the world. So there's governor newsom wearing a mask. We should say president trump not wearing a mask there in this kind of intense conversation. How did the President respond to that? he didn't seem to appreciate it in one exchange California's Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crow Foot repeated the central role of climate change in these fires and trump pretty much dismissed him. As we can hear, it'll start getting cooler. You just watch I wish science. Science knows actually. And it's interesting. We're less than two months from the presidential election but the president's comments were not really intended for voters in California and that's for two reasons. First everyone assumes California will vote Democratic in November and here in the state pretty much across the political spectrum climate change and the science behind it are not in dispute by politicians or by voters the. President's message that California is itself to blame for the massive wildfires seems directed at his supporters in other states, and by the way we should mention it's worth noting that governor newsom pointed out the federal government owns close to sixty percent of the forest land in. California. While the State owns just three percent the implication being that it's actually under president trump's purview. So. Can you just give us the latest on the fires this morning? Where do they stand? There are twenty eight major fires burning throughout the state right now with more than sixteen thousand firefighters working to contain them, and we have people who've gone through these fires and are waking up to a landscape marked by worry my colleague in Fresno Alex Hall spoke with Lee Zeldon, Suwa and her husband David they feared their house had burned down. What can you say it's scary. Especially, the first couple of days the fire was moving. So quickly that you know we had no idea if the house would survive. So I think that's how everyone feels and I know there are several houses. On the next street on Auburn road that were completely destroyed. So. Many people dealing with so much loss Katie or of. We appreciate it. Thanks you're welcome.

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35 dead as wildfires rage across the West Coast

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

35 dead as wildfires rage across the West Coast

"35 people have died in the wildfires raging out west 22 are missing in Oregon. President got an earful on the cause of the fires from California Governor Gavin Newsom, CBS's Natalie brand. President, Trump traveled to Sacramento, where he received a briefing on the devastating wildfires across the region. It'll start getting cooler. I wish you'd just watch. I wish science and the president has suggested poor forced management is to blame for the historic fires along the West Coast. During a campaign speech from Delaware, Joe Biden blamed climate change is locking crises of our time requires action, not denial requires leadership, not scapegoating requires a president to meet the threshold duty of the office to care.

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California, Oregon and Washington wildfires create dangerous air quality throughout West

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 5 d ago

California, Oregon and Washington wildfires create dangerous air quality throughout West

"Departing departing Nevada Nevada shortly shortly heading heading to to McClellan McClellan Airport Airport in in Sacramento, Sacramento, California California He He is is going going to to get briefed on the wildfires, the dangerous air quality on the West Coast. Any air quality index reading over 300 is hazardous to human health. 200 down Central California but over 400 in Washington and Oregon The head of the firefighting effort in California says in addition to air quality they're worried about the wind we have over 16,000 firefighters on the front lines right now battling over two dozen major wildfires now now over over the the weekend. weekend. Weather Weather conditions conditions did did cooperate, cooperate, however, however, were were already already starting starting to to see see the the winds. winds. Pick Pick up up at at least least 33. 33. People People confirmed confirmed dead dead Score Score

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Trump visits Sacramento amid historic wildfires

Morning Edition

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

Trump visits Sacramento amid historic wildfires

"Is scheduled to visit Sacramento today to meet with firefighters and officials there. His visit to the form of a Clelland military base comes as wild fires are burning across California, Oregon and Washington and blanketing the West Coast with Hazar smoke and toxins.

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Trump to visit California to assess wildfires

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:24 sec | Last week

Trump to visit California to assess wildfires

"President Trump will be paying a visit to California on Monday. He is expected to be briefed by local and federal fire emergency officials on the state's wildfires. This is, according to the White House. President will visit McClellan Park in Sacramento County, which has served as a base for Cal fire operations in recent weeks. President Governor Newsome had a 30 minute phone call about the wildfires yesterday. We will have coverage of the visit Monday here. On KCBS

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Richard Hannaford remembers 911

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:11 min | Last week

Richard Hannaford remembers 911

"Well on this 19th anniversary of 9 11. Richard Hannaford, who moved to Sacramento in 2013 was in the twin towers during the attack, he says it's still difficult for him to think about. It's one of those things. He's just vividly remember. I'll just I will. Excuse me, sometimes stuff like Comes in and out. And you know emotionally, so it's usually stutter, but I know it's like the invention of the day. It's quicker. Today is they were 19 years ago. Now it's like Holy smokes. Hannaford had worked in both towers. But that day was working on the 84th floor of the second tower hit was on the phone with a friend. And we're talking kind of setting up for the day. On DA You guys were at the window and Looking over and they were talking about something, and I looked over in the paper flying around. In there. It's like something's really not right about this, and they came willing back from the windows are ones on fire, and I just jumped off phone looked and then I could see it and I knew people there. Like hundreds. Oh, and Quickly tried to call over there, but it just went dead space, no phone. And of course, they had no idea what had happened, You know, jumped up phone, got a couple people together, and we've made our way down the stairs. And we've got about 42nd floor. There's about seven of us again. That's when the plane hit the building. We're between sky lobby on the next floor. And that's when the plane hit our building. And it's also where I learned what Jeff feels like. It was really, really, very you could. It was like being an earthquake kind of We're in the stairwell, but and you could see To where everything was building was shaking. Ana So's my Earth. California earthquake variances probably helpful Um And you know we worked our way down. And, um We were about to 20th floor. I guess it was We saw there were firemen There was there was five girls and two guys on DH. We're kind of Come along and actually playing at the building. It was it was pretty chaotic, cause we had no idea we were all I knew. It's all I knew from the minute I left, the floor was get down quickly as we can. And One girl even turn back into sky lobby. Then I've got to go back. Just can't be that important. I'll drive you in tomorrow morning on the Just part of that memorial. She went back up or over. Yeah, She went back up just by my stations. I just wanted to say I know I will never does. So you obviously continue down? Well, Yeah, we kept we get down about 20th floor and then that's what firemen started coming up. So we're going coming down the outside and they're coming up the inside. I can still see some of these faces. You wonder. That is Richard Hannaford, who again was working on the twin towers on 9 11 and has since moved to Sacramento and married his wife telling him God saved you for

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Wildfire north of Sacramento is now largest in California history

All Things Considered

00:38 sec | Last week

Wildfire north of Sacramento is now largest in California history

"North of Sacramento has officially been deemed the largest in California history. The fire started last month has scorched more than 470,000 acres. And it's only about 25% contained. It surpassed the Mendocino Complex Fire, which ravage Northern California in 2018 6 of the top 20 largest wildfires in California's recorded history have happened this year that firefighters are still battling nearly 30. Other large fires across the state. At least 12 people have died from the fires in California this year, and several people are unaccounted for as a fire burns near Orville. If this fire season feels more intense than others. Now it is over three million acres have burned so far this year. A software

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12-year-old boy and his grandmother killed in Oregon wildfire

The KFBK Morning News

00:29 sec | Last week

12-year-old boy and his grandmother killed in Oregon wildfire

"Fire victims in the West. There remains found near Portland, Oregon. ABC is Kaylee Hartung has been to the North complex outside Sacramento. It has been an extremely difficult firefight here. We're just off of Lake Oroville. Two wildfires converged here and when those flames met, it exploded in the middle of the night. That meant authorities were struggling to notify people asleep in their beds. This fire burns so hot, it melted glass. That means temperatures were around 3000 degrees. ABC is Kaylee Hartung in

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Sacramento City Unified locks in distance learning plan. Union says teachers won’t follow it.

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sacramento City Unified locks in distance learning plan. Union says teachers won’t follow it.

"The sacramental city Unified School District, adopting a distance learning plan today after starting the school year, two days before without one, the teachers union says it's teachers will not follow the plan. The two groups have been working for weeks to determine how much time Teachers will spin in direct instruction via videoconference calls and how much time students will be asked to learn independently.

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Californians are buying their own fire trucks on Craigslist following devastating 2020 wildfires

Hugh Hewitt

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Californians are buying their own fire trucks on Craigslist following devastating 2020 wildfires

"And depleted fire resource is California residents can purchase their own fire trucks via Craigslist for protection. Sacramento based company. Is Using the online marketplace to sell the fire vehicles to fight fires for $69,000. This town. Although I calm

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Episode 6: Tama Pili  Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

Think On Your Faith

08:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Episode 6: Tama Pili Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

"The fearless Thomas who's not afraid of WHO is. When I see prepared a Gopher Church on Sundays, I always think to myself. Does. He not know what the Scriptures say. Does he not know? or or so I guess I, want to ask you. You Are you aware? Are you aware of what the penalty he is out of that if you don't depend on mean in other words if you continue to live your lifestyle, not according to but according to the doctrine are Mormon doctrine and Christian doctrine. If you continue to live the lifestyle that you live and you don't apologize for it and you don't make you know you don't make the efforts to repent of it. Your resting. Place. Is the according to the Old Testament the vengeance of eternal fire. Yeah. I am well aware of that as sitting out so I know the consequences. And the senior is and the reason why I do what I do, and I did the way I live is as I That's in the future and I am not going to. Don't know what the future out I don't know. Maybe maybe one of these days I'll have a cheese of art. As. Is there part of you that hopes and believes at some point in the future? Maybe a future rebel revelation will change this in the church and that you'll be exonerated you'll be vindicated. To me, that's. An issue. To me if it happens, it happens. That's great if it doesn't, it doesn't. I like to focus on today an. and. And try to do things to make me happy. Do you go your testimony on? No? No the only thing I do is I be. The only thing you do is what? May tithing. Partake of the sacrament. No I. Don't I. I. I know what I can and can't do and I only do I know I I can do is it safe for me to assume that? What keeps you going on Sundays. Is the social aspect of religion. All Hell No. It's not I do not socialize with anybody church except for like if I see my family I, just go for a Sacramento and I I do not for us I just. My Tidy Heidi. There and then I. I I come home and So you don't attend any classes you don't take. Any callings in Youtube in the church. No I told him I. Yeah. I 'cause I know I can't and I'm not going to. Not going to go to the process of repentance because every smell feeling of remorse as ours making me feel bad. I WanNa, go through the motions just look. Good added just look like I'm worthy serve because that's not me I wanna live my true self. And you wanted to and part of that is the election church and do what I can do and I don't participate in things that I know I shouldn't be artistic eating to me. have. You ever considered the alternative that you can actually live exactly the life that you want right now outside of Church has ever entered. Go to church though still go to church every Sunday. Yeah I think there's a problem in going to church I. Think part of it is also because that's just the How was raised in mashes And I I still. I. I still believe in God and. I still like I said, I go back to my testimony and when I received my own personal witness. And I can't deny it. And so that's the narrative way however like religion. There's a Lotta. There's some issues that I. have about religion but I just talked ducks like, okay. I just don't understand the every now and I'm not GonNa try to get ashes spread like for instance. Like, okay. We're taught that God is unchanging and cannot look at in the least agree. Oh, that's right. Like if you go in the scriptures. Okay seems like he is changing because sometimes. Things are acceptable. Started Times into non-acceptable at a nurse I'm like for else correct. Like. For instance, if you if you prescribed to those rem creation and how how we came about. We started with two people here on earth. So obviously, it says blood was the. down. Bucky your mother or your. How about? Not only happen once. In. Of Atom and then it was it was it was legit or happy with no. Light. So. So And then. I said, okay, insisted okay and then all of us in the nursing living me. Obviously. It's like it was okay then and now it's Ok okay. So right there is that. Okay. So we're taught that God is changing and put on policy for me I'm not. opne down because then I go back to the basis the what I do. Try to understand, I will not fully comprehend. Is, principle that will never fully comprehend. Learn learn it earned are. Just go back to the simple things and I back my own personal witness. And And I I lean on that and that's not going and it's like he's Doing what I do and it sounds like it's almost like a comfort blanket to it's just something that you're used to. It was something that's causing. And in fact, I actually end the way I'm doing not right now 'cause Mike by by name film Records Church when I came to my molly. Sorry, you said Your name is what? My Name's Star on Breakfast with the church but wh- debut if you're still going to church. Well because of my lifestyle because what I have, you have you been excommunicated. No I had A. WHO's who? Were then there's no reason you name would be removed from the church. Wall because. With my lifestyle I mean, obviously they would I on the ground. So excommunication. But anyways but I wanted to when I came out when I first came out of the house. My Mom me while the second time a team. I told her. I can't do this anymore I'm going to do this. I told her know because I. I respect sacredness of the covenants I mean you know as a member of the church and I told her I said I. Take these. and. So I want to take my name off the record church and then my mom only please whatever you do not take your name. So I might okay. So out her wishes, I didn't take my name. So then I change. Of course I stop wearing. Of course couldn't go to the temple and and that's how I. In that, that's how I've been living for all these years and so I'm comfortable with. Numbers. How does your word members in your bishop? Feel about that. Well. Let me see I. Don't to call me tell me that they're going to hold court and stuff like that. But. There's some people in the word that they follow me on facebook at

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"sacramento" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast

Consumer Watchdog Podcast

04:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast

"It in the in in in our in our big waste pile, let's go get what's left over. They have their lobbyists, go secure a bill through legislator that they have contributed to over the years and and somebody that they know will do what they ask him to do, and they drop language in the bill and the next thing you know if you're not paying attention that bills moving through the legislature and is on the floor and both houses ready to vote and the money's gone. And this it happened. So quickly, this can happen within seventy two hours. Within forty eight hours because at the end of session, you're you know all the deadlines are gone were past. Tuesday which is when bills can technically be amended but all it needs to happen is a railway between each house. A bill. Being dropped. At. The desk. Thursday at midnight is is the time when it would have to be dropped because we have a a rule for seventy, two hours of bills guy the imprint before seventy, two hours before it's passed. But all it has to happen is that language has to be dropped on across the desk, get rule waiver, and then everybody has to be complicit in it going through and and no one needs to stand up. But we we wrote a letter this week because I said. Pointing out that the waste haulers. Have given over eight hundred thousand dollars to lawmakers. Last couple of years the retailers have given over nine, hundred thousand and what they're looking for here is just a pure handout because. The the waste haulers are having a hard time because they're commercial contracts have been canceled because let office buildings or close to they're going to the recycling system. Now, the recycling systems assistant, they do not serve. Well as Mike said because we recycle at the grocery store recycle redemption centers that's very high content material like ninety nine percent of gets recycled because it's clean and separated when we recycle on the curb at the single use blue cans. That is about thirty forty percent of it is garbage you the plastics? Corrupted because they're static electricity and dirt or the glass breaks and shatters with all the other stuff and that single event and is not useable and yet the waste haulers actually get nickel and dimes directly when they collect vials and cans at the curb and they put an invoice into the state where the only state that allows waste haulers have municipal contracts also get these nickel and dimes. Now on top of this, they wanted to steal up to one hundred, million dollars themselves right now they have get fifty dollars more than fifty percent of all, state.

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"sacramento" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:04 min | Last month

"sacramento" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Aside to be able to lead an entire police department because it's got to be difficult and you're kind of like I guess maybe correct me if I'm wrong, maybe a a mediator between the public and the Politicians. And Law, right? Yeah I'm way I guess I. I mean, you'd have some of your personal beliefs you know you might not might be in favor of a particular statue coming down or something like that. But. you have a job to fulfil you have you know you and you have people to lead you know through these jobs. So I'd Imagine I would put you in a tough position. I would say in terms of that. There are times where I have to kind of hold my tongue in terms of exactly how I wanna say something. As as my wife says, it goes though park coming out and you. So there are times that I have to kind of moderate the way I say things but other than that I pretty much I am who I am I I. I've been accused of have my personal emotions on my sleeve. But I I just think my experiences are Kinda unique for this time I. You know obviously, I'm black and I've had to remind some reporters that I've been blacks of the day. I. Was born it's interesting that way But I. Grew Up Park. I was arrested when I was sixteen for assault on a Sacramento police officer eyewitness my first homicide when I was about nine years old in front of my house. My younger brother was murdered downtown after he got involved in drugs. May My friends have been in prison so in and I'm a police officer for the last thirty, three years never dreamed of being a police officer just kind of happened by happenstance. So I think in what we're in right now, I kind of have a unique perspective, and so I tried to talk about it as much as I possibly can. Because I do believe we need to get better law enforcement I do believe we need to get better in society and in our communities I do think are suffering every day because we don't look at the big picture and what really will make things change. And I think I have a unique perspective on that growing up the way I did. You know if you look at our last officer involved shooting. of Mr Southern he he he grew up in foster care and I often say. That, you know the greatest thing that ever happened to me in my life was when I was three months old when I was adopted by my mom and Dad. and. He's really the reason why I say that because I probably have a better chance of being him than I. Am me if I wasn't adopted and I grew up in foster care and so when we have a shooting like that, I really advocate that we need to be looking at holistically how could we have prevented him from being shot that day part of that is, could the cops done anything different? Could law enforcement at done anything different but we can't stop there. How could we have prevented him from being there that day might start with birth control. Well. Sorry. Sorry job. Or support for him growing up right and so I mean, we can't just stop there..

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"sacramento" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather Sacramento and he'll be getting a phone call time now it's five o'clock good morning thanks for joining us I'm Sam Shane and I'm Amanda Carroll filling in for Christina man down that was the case became morning news curfew violations more than two dozen detained in Sacramento looting and violence in Vallejo Fairfield arrests and stocked in another night of rioters raging in northern California what it's been like on Sacramento streets the local woman has been streaming live for the world to see tells us what she is seeing and another blow to U. S. farmers what China did to escalate trade tensions with the U. S. and what it could mean for trade talks during the pandemic it's our featured audio clip in less than five minutes first traffic and weather every ten minutes here's Brian nobles good morning things moving pretty well on the roads around Sacramento at this early hour this report is brought to you by discovered now we did have a couple of spots which we had some overnight road work causing some lane restrictions looks like that may still be going on northbound ninety nine at Dillard road but none the less it doesn't appear to be causing a delay right now we're at the limit all the way around get your free credit score card today even if you're not a discover customer include your bike credit score checking your score card won't hurt your credit learn more discover dot com slash credit score card limitations apply traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. sunny today in becoming hot with a high of ninety seven to one a one tonight will be moved in mild with a low of sixty three to sixty seven tomorrow sunny and very hot with a high of one oh three to one oh seven the record is one oh seven set in nineteen.

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"sacramento" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

05:47 min | 4 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on The Full 48

"When we were still courtside at ground floor level almost everywhere sometimes sidelines baseline and we will pick up a lot and you you get a better sense of like how teammates interact with each other or how teams you know. React to each other physically verbally. Whatever you know. Pick up everything because it's loud but you do get a little bit of a sense of it and there's part of me feels like I would love to have it be quite enough that we can hear you guys talking that we can hear it. Some of the interactions. I think fans might learn a lot. I'm not saying not just like guys talk and mess or whatever but but just the the interplay between teammates and everything like we might pick up something learn something it would be an interesting insight that the league probably doesn't actually want to have happened. And you guys certainly your your coaches who are control. Freaks will not want that to happen. And my guess is that it won't my guess is that the NBA's GonNa they're gonNA pipe in something. They're going to do something so that not just that we at home. Don't hear what you're saying but so that to your point you can't pick up on the other teams schemes and an end to the You know instructions at barking out in a timeout right. Like I feel like the coaches are all going. Almost demand that won't they? I mean essentially as a media person you will be able to sit courtside or few rose. That's where they place you you'll be able to hear both timeouts in everything it'd be like we're playing the game for for audiences ten twenty is you'll be able to. You'll be able to have like a deep in depth. Look into like everything that happens in the NBA game but most educate here. You can't see our everything will be magnified. 'cause there won't be anything else going on. It would just be game so as a player. Look you know you love the game you go out there and play but I think it will be very interesting for you guys just to get that close. What's going on? Yeah no I think so and again there's among the many unknowns when we don't know where we'll be sitting in what they will deem to be appropriate health wise or or or otherwise right so but I still think they're gonNA probably pipe in noise so that we can't hear anything that's totally best. Here's here's a thought we get the world's largest zoom meeting or maybe there's two there's one four the kings and one for your opponent. It's a playoff game. It's you guys in the Pelicans playing for the right to battle for the eighth seed or something in some play in game and all of the Kings fans are all logged in from other places all in their homes in Sacramento. They're screaming at their computers. The NBA is gathering all that noise. So that when you have some big Tomahawk Dunk. And they all scream. At their computers in their homes in Sacramento it's now piped into the sound system in Orlando and then by the new in the Pelican's fans are screaming at their computers on their Mass Zoom Meeting. With you know five thousand people logged on that gets piped in how about that so my two things to that idea. The first is what happened to possess the basketball fan. Who doesn't want to necessarily join either podcast either. Either side. They don't they. Don't want to join the kingside. There'd be a third string of just like the casual fan of like me I. I just missed the last dance I just need I need some basketball I so maybe maybe that just like sell like tickets or something like the Kings. And Pelicans you go to your season ticket holders and you you sell them or like some little nominal sum like a couple of bucks you buy a ticket to the kings stream or the clear that you could commandeer you could jump into the into the opponent's streaming like try to mess with people. I guess but I don't know I feel like you could actually have live reaction. I mean there's some lag time in buffering Internet connection. I guess I don't know I just. I'm just brainstorming here. My my my second. My second question to that is who would have to regulate the audio right because if you have a baby and one computer you have music like two. People played two different types of music. Do you just allow that to just come in. There's people there's thousands of fans signed in right so it. It's the key of all these people yelling or playing their music or whatever all at once so it's just going to be noise but will roar. It'll get louder when you guys do something. Great and the other side will have. There's I don't know probably technologically this. There's no chance and somebody out. There is like laughing at me saying like dude. You're you're crazy but nice try. But I don't know I feel like there should be a way for the fans. The fans to participate would be would be a fun thing. I think there's definitely some that that can be pissed. I'd be interested to see how that would go my my. It friends on that one cover couple before I let you go. You were traded mid game from the Mavericks to the Kings. So you've been traded mid game and you've been at a suspended game that you were actually out of the court for warm ups for What's going to be the next bizarre thing you're involved in man? That's a great question because these are these things don't very often getting traded mid game. Yeah they don't they don't against the happened again but you never know. You never know you anything can happen. Burke basketball reference I love going on a basketball reference just to see Things like random nicknames that guys allegedly have some of which seemed more real than others they have you listed as Black Falcon. Is that accurate.

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"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

"Every week we tell the stories behind the most captivating hostage situations and the people inside them will also cover. The psychological tactics used in kidnapping situations. And what the human brain does win held captive. I'm Irma Blanco. And I'm Corduroy. You can find episodes of hostage and all other podcasts originals. For Free on spotify. Or wherever? You LISTEN TO PODCASTS. To stream hostage for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type hostage in the search bar at par cast. We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network? This is our final episode on the largest hostage rescue event in US history on April fourth. Nineteen Ninety one. Twenty-one year old Loy Newin his teenage brothers Fan and long and their friend Quang Tran held over forty employees and customers hostage at an electronics store in Sacramento California. Last week we met the new wind brothers and their friend Kwame. We followed their frustrations as Vietnamese immigrants. In America. Driving them to commit a high profile crime we also explored the first few moments of the hostage crisis when the four young men charged into good guys. This week we'll delve into the police. Standoff as the gunman give a laundry list of demands in exchange for their hostages. We'll follow the captors as they become increasingly erratic and learn about their final showdown with authorities..

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"sacramento" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento and T. L. B. K. F. M. Pollock pines from ABC news I'm Richard Cantu directionless payments in the pandemic of yet to be made there are problems reported with the paycheck protection program now word the congressional negotiators failed to reach agreement on another two hundred fifty billion dollars in business stimulus we just thought that Democrats would approve it easily but then what became clear was hold on Republicans hadn't negotiated with Democrats and Democrats have more to say they you know they said look there's another emergency program that's run out of money we're not gonna have that much of a chance and people are desperate in other areas and we need to answer those cries to A. B. C.'s Trish Turner in Washington another six and a half million people filed first time unemployment claims last week that's almost seventeen million the last three what's happening now is that after we saw the initial waves of hospitality and leisure jobs the jobs that were very directly impacted by lockdowns now we're starting to see other industries so a number of major retailers have furloughed or laid off their employees ABC news chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis in California governor Gavin Newsom announced hotel companies will provide rooms to health care workers for no or reduced cost the big airlines are also offering free flights to health care workers coming to help out in the state one hundred percent round trip tickets no matter where they are at any point of the globe not just across the United States police in southern California with the warning about what is considered essential and.

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"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

"At around one PM. Twenty four year. Old Sean McIntyre parked his Mazda Miata in the good guys lot. It was his day off work but he wanted new speakers for his car and with his employee discount and the Spring Sale. He was looking forward to a twenty percent discount on his way into the store. Sean nodded. Hello to twenty-seven-year-old Charlie. Rangel one of the new employees. Who was eating lunch in the parking lot? When Sean entered the store he couldn't believe how busy it was off to one side. The Stores Assistant Manager. David Rhys was talking to twenty two year old Lisa. Joseph a pregnant customer who is spending the day shopping with her cousin. Veronica an uncle Fernando Sean audited Dave and Lisa and continued walking toward the Stereo section. He passed by twenty four year old. Terry banks in her fidgeting six year old daughter had their they had been on their way home when Heather informed her mother that she urgently needed the restroom. Now they were pushing through the crowded superstore to reach the back. Sean continued on his stroll to the back of the store where he was met by his thirty seven year. Old Co worker. John Lee Fritz Fritz as he was known was one of good guys best salesman and he could talk at length about any product in the store. As the two men chatted about Shawn's new speakers they had no idea that trouble was brewing outside around one fifteen pm. The oldest new win brother Loy parked families Toyota. And the good guys. Parking lot is younger. Brothers famine long eagerly hopped out of the car. All by long's best friend clone the four young men quickly march towards the front door of the electronic store pulling ski masks over their faces as they walked burst through the door wielding guns customers at the nearby sales registers shrieked as the sales clerk spun around in terror. A man standing nearby quickly darted forward hoping to slip out between the intruders and the security panels near the door but it was hopeless khlong stepped forward shoving the man backwards with the muzzle of his gun and fired at the ceiling by now. Even the happy chatter at the back of the store had gone silent. Everyone stared emotionless. As a few faint whimpers went throughout the room then lawy- the oldest stepped forward healed jet downed. Everyone get down then. Lloyd demanded the keys to the store. Assistant manager Dave Rhys stepped forward. He was held point as he locked the front and back doors of the store. Then Dave handed over the keys next. The gunman ordered Dave and his employees to pile a barricade of heavy. Tv boxes against the back door this way. Police couldn't shove their way inside by now. Dave and the other hostages were piecing together the gravity of their situation. This was no robbery. This was a standoff. Sean McIntyre was wishing. He had never stopped by on his day off but he had experienced a robbery before he knew it was better to stay calm and compliant he peacefully asked the masked men what they wanted replied that they were oriental boys and they were here to get famous then. He demanded that someone call the police and tell them what was happening. Twenty eight year old employee Chris. Sona was still standing at his cash register now. He reached for the phone and dialed nine. One one at one thirty three. Pm He reached sergeant. Gerry Gomez at the downtown Sacramento Sheriff's Department Gomez Calmly instructed Chris to leave his phone off the hook so that the police could hear what was happening and Chris managed to do this. Without the gunman noticing with the police on their way. The four gunmen quickly lined up a group of hostages against the glass sliding door and windows. In the coming hours they would act as human shields to protect the wind. Brothers and Kwong from the police..

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"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

"In April of Nineteen ninety-one twenty one year. Old loin win his brother's famine long nineteen and seventeen respectively and their seventeen year. Old Friend. Quang Tran had recently gained the attention of the Oriental Boys. The young men had just purchased their own guns and they were excited to prove themselves and gain full membership in the gang but to do so they felt they would have to commit either a robbery or a murder. Another plan began to form. What if they somehow did both they could stage a robbery and take hostages? If all went smoothly that'd be recognized by the Oriental boys as heroes and they might get more than just the gangs attention taking hostages could also give them bargaining power with the government they could potentially levy the situation to receive safe passage back to Vietnam as the plan took form. Either of these outcomes seemed appealing. They were only interested in staying in Sacramento. If it meant being considered an oriental boy otherwise they were than happy to go back to Vietnam besides at the end of the day. What mattered most was airing. Their grievances making sure America understood the wrong that had been done to them but they would have to act quickly if they wanted to finish their scheme before long. Qualms court date for attempted arson. They set the robbery for April fourth. Nineteen ninety-one the day before the hearing.

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"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

06:40 min | 5 months ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Hostage

"Resettled in a predominantly Vietnamese neighborhood in south Sacramento California in a two bedroom apartment. It was cramped but it felt like paradise after what they had all been through son win. Busily decorated the livingroom mantle with a few possessions that had survived the long journey including pictures of their ancestors in two miniature. South Vietnamese flags like most other refugees. They would rely on welfare benefits but boom was optimistic for his children especially his sons he pointed to president. Jimmy Carter as the perfect example of the American dream. If the son of a peanut farmer could become the leader of the free world. Just think with the son of a former soldier might achieve certain that the worst was over bem enrolled his children in public school. But this brought a whole slate of new difficulties to the family especially his three eldest sons Loy FEM and long. None of them knew English when they arrived. In America and overcoming their accent was nearly impossible especially for the oldest eleven year old loy. Lawing win was ten when he left his home in Vietnam. Normally easy natured. The long journey had made him more and more serious especially since his parents relied on him to help with his five younger siblings at the refugee camp still. That was a challenge. That law was used to nothing like the task of learning English in a new country. Loy was often bullied at school for his thick Vietnamese accent. Other children often called him. Charlie and other racial slurs that were popularized during the nineteen eighty s to several. Hollywood war blockbusters like apocalypse now and platoon. These names originated during the Vietnam War American. Gi's would call North Vietnamese soldiers the Viet Cong or simply. Vc is letters. When said as a field radio abbreviation translated to Victor Charlie and ultimately just Charlie with father being a former South Vietnamese soldier? The slur wasn't accurate to loy at all the other names were even worse hateful. Slurs meant to dehumanize anyone of southeast Asian descent at first loy win tried to correctable ace telling them that his family was Chinese by way of South Vietnam not north therefore he couldn't be called a Harley but his poor English always got in the way of this defense. The kids laughed and told him to go back to his own country. Loy endured this bullying through most of middle school and high school before dropping out in his senior year to help parents pay the bills. So Go Therapist. Dr Suzanne babble reports that while most children outgrow the circumstances where bullying happens. Such a school victims are still at risk for long-term complex. Ptsd and symptoms can include hyper-vigilance anxiety or a high temper- even after Loy quit school. He still seemed to suffer from the traumatic bullying. He faced ever since arriving in America. And this was exacerbated by the fact that he could not find employment as a young Asian male in Sacramento. Whether inside or outside of school his accent continued to hold him back. Nineteen Ninety one law in the win was a frustrated twenty one year old with deceptively boyish looks. It was always carded in bars and some bartenders. Flat out refused him alcohol. Meanwhile Loy was growing increasingly livid at his lack of employment this was not the land of opportunity that his family had been tricked into believing. This was the land of rejection and in his darker moods loy would often talk about his desire to return to Southeast Asia to fight against the Viet Cong communist but his father. Bam always discouraged this idea in his spare time which he had plenty of law usually watched Hong Kong action movies with his friends and he dreamed of becoming a movie star. A wish that felt more like a fantasy for an Asian American male and Loy wasn't the only son struggling to adjust to a new life in America. His younger brothers. Fan and long were also outsiders and it wouldn't be long before all three of them vied for membership in one of Sacramento's violent street gangs the oriental boys. Coming up. A family secret pushes the new in brothers over the edge. Hi It's Carter. I am happy to announce the launch of our new podcast series supernatural. With Ashley. Flowers has been a great success. It's a show where all very proud of here at podcast and we thank you for listening. If you haven't had a chance to tune in yet I definitely recommend you head over to the supernatural with Ashley Hours. Feed and start following today every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional where the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Closer to the truth than ever. Before regarding the mystifying lead masks case did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident. And who and what were responsible for the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case. Each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences and it's already one of my favorite shows and I hope you check it out. Follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story.

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"sacramento" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Hi I'm greg pulsing this is serial killers apart cast original every Monday we dive into the minds of Madness of serial killers I'm here with my co host Canessa Richardson. Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other park cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today were finishing the story of Richard Trenton chase also known as the Vampire of Sacramento at podcast were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do we love let us know how doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network view enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is leave a Five-star Review wherever you're listening it really does help last week we discussed richards troubled youth in Sacramento California and the two the times he was institutionalized to treat his clear cognitive issues as a young man he developed a fixation with his health insisting to doctors very ill this week will follow chase. As he progresses toward more extreme and extremely disturbing acts of Violence.

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"sacramento" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

11:00 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Pie I'm Greg Colson this is serial killers of our cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial killers with my co-host Vanessa. Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to me casts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today we're beginning story of Richard Trenton Chase a deeply disturbed man who would eventually become known as the Vampire of Sacramento at Podcast were grateful for you our listeners he will allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at our cast and twitter at par cast Worth and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help on December Twenty Ninth Nineteen Seventy seven Ambrose Griffin was the victim of a random drive by shooting in Sacramento after a cooling off period rid of about a month the man who committed this shooting went on a rampage throughout the surrounding suburbs from January twenty third to January twenty seven Bentham Thousand Nine hundred seventy eight Richard Trenton Chase traveled from house to house shooting people drinking their blood and brutalizing their remains. over the course of a week he managed to kill five people before he was finally tracked down and apprehended by Sacramento County Police week we'll follow Richard's troubled adolescence and a turbulent home and delve into his multiple stints at mental health institutions for bizarre abberant savior next week will explore the horrific killing spree he initiated in January of Nineteen seventy eight which led to his capture by local detectives Dan his eventual fate while awaiting execution and the San Quentin Gas Chamber will also analyze richards grotesque fascination with drinking the blood pickton's Richard Trenton Chase was born on May twenty third nineteen fifty in Sacramento California starting when he was to his father also named Richard worked at McClellan air four or space as a computer specialist his mother Beatrice worked as a teacher for the first eight years of his life Richard lived an ordinary childhood he was a cub scout and played little league baseball in Nineteen fifty four his sister Pamela was born and his parents for the time being were happy together however this idyllic family life soon began to fracture by his own admission Richard Chase senior struggled with managing money he drank heavily frequently fought with his wife and disciplined his children harshly Beatrice left the disciplining of the children to her husband who later admitted to shaking them aggressively when they act it out on one occasion he forced his son when Richard Junior refused to eat but Richard Junior wasn't the only one on the receiving end of Richard Seniors Fury as Richard and his sister grew up the fights between the chase parents grew more constant and more passionate which greatly affected the psychological development of young Richard Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has been a lot of research for the show thanks Greg the friction in the chase household was coupled with a certain degree of neglect from Richard's parents later psychiatric evaluation labeled Beatrice as emotionally unable to concentrate on the task of socializing her son or to care for him in a loving way the supposed inability could've stemmed from emotional problems of her own but was likely not helped by the increasingly turbulent nature of her life to be clear Richard Senior was no better at socializing as child but apparently they're doctors didn't view parenting as men's work than therefore he wasn't blamed nevertheless the neglect and constant fighting isolated Richard and caused him to turn inward this was only exacerbated by the fact that the chase family moved houses multiple times throughout the nineteen fifty s according to court documents they lost their second home in nineteen sixty one to financial troubles caused in part by marital problems a two thousand sixteen study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine by Roger t Webb Karston be Peterson and Pearl L. H. Mock examined how moving frequently as a child affects a person later in life the study determined that in all areas including substance abuse psychiatric disorders and violent offending moving as a child increases the risk of later developing these behaviors sadly Richard would not prove to be the exception in fact he was an extremely strange child who grew into an isolated unruly teenager beatrice chase later recalled at the age of thirteen young Richard frequently made a mess of their kitchen in misguided attempts to cook but he didn't behave like a typical teenager learning a few recipes in her words he burnt pans and he would leave stuff all over the kitchen and big puddles on the floor he never picked up or cleaned anything now he was up stewing around and cooking burning stuff all night long and ought to be vexing we couldn't sleep my daughter and I in the house he turned the heat on and he'd turn it up so high open the windows let the heat out it and strip off lying on the couch in the living room although he still looked outwardly normal it was clear that Richard Trenton Chase was developed into a very abnormal person especially as the gulf between his parents widened Richard Seniors drinking heavily worsened and be Chris frequently accused him of infidelity by the time Richard was fourteen in May of nineteen sixty four the fighting had grown so constant the he could barely stand to be in his own home such was the richer to entered high school at the end of that summer he was described by those who knew him as a weapon groomed and fairly popular student those grades were frequently below average as a freshman his report card was mostly CS and ds but by his sophomore a year fs started to appear more frequently this should not be a huge surprise as nineteen sixty five was a particularly turbulent year for the chase family early in the year Richard Junior's mother took both him and Pamela out of the House and fled south to Los Angeles after eight days Richard Senior followed them there and took Richard Junior back beatrice however stayed in Los Angeles for four months before rejoining her family and Sacramento that same year fifteen year old Richard began a relationship with a girl a few years his junior she spoke about their relationship later understandably opting not to use her real name the ex girlfriend recalled that while Richard liked her was attracted to girls he found the sexual part of their relationship challenging throughout their year long relationship he was never able to maintain an erection is this limitation that caused her to end their relationship in nineteen sixty six erectile dysfunction as exceedingly uncommon among younger men study suggests that only five percent of men under the age of forty will experience it this can be caused by any number of influences from stress to depression two generalized anxiety we can only speculate which of these preyed on young Richard Chase but what we do know is that it a constant source of frustration and humiliation for him around this time possibly to cope with shame surrounding his sexual impotence or more or simply because he was a teenager in the nineteen sixties he started experimenting with drugs these included Marijuana LSD and occasionally the Empha- means he let his hair grow out and began to neglect his personal hygiene at the age of fifteen he had his first run in with police when he it busted for marijuana when confronted by his father. Richard denied any drug use contradicting the police report. This obvious lie only his father Angrier Richards casual attitude about drugs and increasingly inconsiderate attitude toward his family caused free in between him and his father the got into heated arguments about Richard's aimless approach to life as well as increasingly slovenly appearance but These arguments were hardly unique to the chase family most onlookers assumed Richard was just a directionless slob of teenager no one thought he was especially dangerous especially when at age eighteen he graduated from Mira Loma high school despite his poor work ethic and general lack of ambition he months later he saw a psychiatrist for his erectile problem unfortunately there was little to be done for Ed at the time so the condition remained a constant source of insecurity for Richard Throughout his life but all things considered it seemed like he was making an effort to get us life on track after his turbulent youth but then at the dawn of the Nineteen Seventies Richard Chases Strangeness Truly began to Manifest Richard stopped attending classes at American River College taking what he called a leave of absence from schoolwork the faculty did not see away from his family in February of Nineteen seventy-one too young residents of Sacramento Sid Evansdale Marquis and Rachel.

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"sacramento" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Sacramento it's morning edition on KQED I'm Brian what fifty years ago today the USS Hornet was nine hundred miles southwest of Hawaii preparing to recover the Apollo eleven astronaut upon their return to earth today the aircraft carrier is docked in Alameda and is open to the public as a museum we sent science reporter Danielle vented their to learn about the day when we welcome our first moon walkers home eleven at this point it hard at our in June nineteen sixty nine John McLaughlin was a swimmer a navy frogmen one of the precursors to the seals he never expected it would be his specialty to pluck astronauts out of the ocean who just landed back on earth somebody just said you know you're going to do it it was a job but we took it very seriously and it was fun the USS Hornet made the Apollo eleven recovery but the assignment was kind of a fluke it was just in the right place at the right time the only aircraft carrier that was either going to Vietnam were being replenished repaired was horrified to just come back story in Bab fish is the expert on the Apollo eleven recovery he says the Hornet crew had just gotten home after a six month tour when they were told to go get the astronauts home some crew members were tired but soon they realize their ship was about to be the center of attention balsam round is changed please contact your going to land on the moon in the presence gonna be here yeah they had about a month and a half to prepare for the mission astronaut recovery is a high stakes affair with an intricate choreography following the incredibly risky lunar landing and take off everyone wanted to make sure the Apollo astronauts had a picture perfect finish they practiced again and again and again it was tedious it was dangerous they had to repeat everything over and over and over the horn to twenty six simulated recovery exercises before they actually cover the parliament the swimmers McLaughlin included had to jump out of helicopters and swim to mock up command module the first winner would attach an anchor another would jump out swim up and attach an inflatable rims that the astronauts would step out onto in there was a separate Schwimmer on Apollo eleven that brought the the contamination suits and income to wash them down and to make sure no moon germs got around after getting sprayed down in bleach the astronauts would climb into a net shaped like a chair to be hoisted into the helicopter hovering overhead the simulations didn't always go as planned they could be downright dangerous we jumped in and we jumped into probably thirty to fifty sharks they were I mean the water was just kind of boiling so we just swam like hell and account of our lucky stars but the morning of the real recovery was shark free McLaughlin and the rest of the recovery team started off for the expected splashed on site about an hour before sunrise at report stage craft right on target point remember we saw the fireball use the command all Jewish reentering Arnett reports error bars one has visual contact yeah that was that was very exciting we thought we were ready but you see on that more that that got the heart beat going a little faster a.

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"sacramento" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento" Discussed on The Full 48

"But but it's up any fan base is going to wither a little bit during long drought. What is your sense of our fans going to be crushed if they don't make the plants even though they I agree with you there head of schedule right now, but they can kind of taste it right now. So is there a little bit of tension there about well, if they don't make it now, suddenly it's? Disappointments real, you're you're but you get another pick out of that. I think they have their. Oh, they actually not pick his out this right because no no reason not to make. No, I don't think that there is a bit of greediness in. That's good greediness. Because you know, it's like, okay, we're here. Okay. Let's go. And from the fans, I told I totally get that. Which means that. Now, the the hope the the bar has moved. So since the bar has moved now. The expectations are higher and the fact that there's expectations put on the kings. I think is a really good thing. And a lot of the fan base. First of all, they're incredible. It was a little different at the beginning of the season. Because now with the new arena, there's so many different things to watch in this new arena. I mean, golden one center is incredible. So when you go in, you know, you're there for basketball, but he you wanna walk around and see this guy, restaurants and all these different things. And it's something that I'm experiencing throughout the NBA is when the ball jumps not everyone's in their seats will go I in ARCO arena, when we ran out at a tunnel that was the show, and it would explode, and it would be that way until the end of the game will now it's a little different and write about this almost like an LA fan base back in the day. You know, how they would kind of come in. And before you know, it the place will be full and then at half time in about the third quarter. Okay to places full again. And. That's kind of what you experienced. But it's more because of the building the fan base. I think has has the right feel about them. I can I'm going around and community again, I can kind of feel that that sense of urgency net excitement about it everything is kings. When I walk in someplace they wanna talk about the kings and as opposed to earlier on like last year. It was like, hey doing you. Remember when you guys played, you know, they were good. Yeah. And that's okay because that's earn thing. And I think this team is first of all running the fan base is trust they've earned their respect by going out. And losing understand losing some of these games. Meaning that he got to go through the heartbreak it's part of the process that you go through where you get really close. And it pains you so much as a player, and I'm going to add to fans in here that you go away in the summertime, and you do all the things that you're supposed to do to take that next step in. A fan base has to go through that same pain. Because then they that's where the passion comes in. The fight comes in the hysteria comes in the Sacramento Kings fan base is right on the right curve, in my opinion..

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"sacramento" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento" Discussed on WRVA

"Sacramento and says i have some kind of head injury i'm not sure how i got here i did take a ride in a truck for certain certain period of time like a trucker and he dropped me off in sacramento and right now i'm at sacramento international airport and i wanted to call you and tell you that i'm okay but i don't really remember anything well she said call the sheriff he calls the sheriff they come out and take a picture of him wearing the same ski close and the same ski helmet that he was missing he was wearing the day you went missing and he came back and he spoke to the new york state police about what happened and they never released the details of that conversation but the people in toronto said that he was an absolutely rocksolid fire captain with no mental health issues i remember reading about this case in my first thought was this guy slipped away with some other woman he doesn't want to remember because he doesn't want to tell his wife where he's been yeah i think that's probably where a lot of guys minds went except that you know you could kind of why didn't you take a better set of clothes to change into here yeah and some people emailed me about that and this is what i said they said well first of all where do you get the money for a haircut and he also bought an iphone because he didn't have a phone but in sacramento and what i tell people i ski all the time and i don't like taking my wall with me but i'll always take a credit card and slipping my coat so during the day i can stop on the hill and get something to eat so him having a credit card but he didn't have his wallet and he didn't have his passport.

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"sacramento" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Sra politics areas may sacramento dying overall it's it's definitely a more liberal town i mean it's it's mixed but it's it's definitely more liberal you know it's not bakersfield it's it's not san francisco but it's not bakersville but yeah it's the fact that i mean this happens all over the place a lot of major fucking cities have this issue yeah it's just in saw this it this week in just i couldn't take i couldn't do more i was like l this shit is fucking insane while i was i was proud of the people that live here that went out and did something today and then it's going to get quickly overshadowed because on a more national story people went out and marched today demanding you know just some gun control policies that that made it hard to read on on facebook cause some people have some dumb opinions on that brandon brandon about it but we know he has some opinions so yeah i mean it'll i hate to say like there's parts of in in a week it'll be old news it won't even matter there there was a nice story that came out where demarcus cousins former sacramento king for paid for the funeral expenses doesn't even doesn't even live here anymore but stepped up offered help the family out financially so that was cool you know guy that got you know nothing but but shit while he was here they didn't like him because he got in a little bit of trouble but you drive a hundred miles an hour one way everybody won't let it go airways flipping.

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"sacramento" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento" Discussed on My Black Friend

"But i'll say what i'm what i'm proud of the city itself four was yesterday friday so huge fuck and march completely related to today there was march as all over the country for antigun things but sacramento showed up yesterday went downtown and just fucking blocked off some streets yeah i saw them trying to put their hands around the dingos the staple center no that's an la we have the the golden one center here which is a golden one is a bank like one of those credit union but yeah so there are rina's now the the golden winter nice arena by the way but yeah they were in that general downtown area they made their way over to like word the one of the interstates is and try to block some of the on ramps there and stuff like that and it didn't get you out of hand but i read you'd go on and you read in like the sacramento sub read it and there's people bitching and complaining and you know for the most part people are supportive but then you get the the typical rightwingers like anatomy normal republican but i mean like the crazy the alright that go in there and it's like oh get it why don't these people get a fuck and job you know so they have something to do on a friday and then somebody has to come and i hate that arguments that's like a maybe they have a job and called nb maybe there's shifts started later that day this shit down the morning see maybe not everybody works monday through friday right like i don't know why there's this thing where it's like if you're doing something on a weekday you don't have a job who are your customers at all of these business.

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"sacramento" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento" Discussed on My Black Friend

"And you just rained in twenty two bullets like so many more things could've gone wrong and it sounds shitty but they're lucky somebody else wasn't there right they're lucky they only killed the one guy yeah and i is in i will say are the police force in sacramento not horrible there's not a ton of incidents like this but not they're not very well endeared to the city they were one of the first police stations to three years ago whatever that went out and got this equipment that would allow them basically to drive around and they can listen to your cell phone conversations tease chris so they could park a van in front of your house and listen to your cell phone conversations and there was all these this uproar about it and this injunction and basically the the police department just said come at us what are you gonna do about it and i don't know i don't know if anything ever changed but the last time i had read anything about it they were still doing it like they still had all the equipment they but they were like and then people are like well is that information going to be made public and they're like no we can't do that so i mean they their reputation is you know was already burnt out by some other incidents like that that's a that's an example they don't have a great thing runner then not horrible it's not one of like you know like you hear about fucking like baltimore pd or stuff like that new york police you know there's there's not regular stories about them harassing people but there is things they the way they react to like homeless people in the city is always gotten a negative view different things.

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