35 Burst results for "Sacramento Bee"
The Officer Tatum Show
Sacramento School Suspends Black Students for Anti-Black Racism
"As reported by the Sacramento bee, a school that is in Sacramento, California, suspended two black students after fake money containing racist imagery against black people circulated through the throughout the campus last week. The summary goes on to say Sacramento city unified school district officials told Kayo VR TV, the fake money handed out Tuesday at Kit Carson, international academy was for buying fried chicken, alcohol, contain the N word, as well as a derogatory image of an African American. Now, one of the reasons why this is not racism in my opinion, both sides, the fact that it was black people having a little fun where was the watermelon? There was no watermelon printed on the money. This is how I know we're over racism. Kids don't even know how we were. Actually, kids don't even know old school racism. Whenever you talk about fried chicken, you gotta include watermelon. It makes no sense to me, but nonetheless, this is what the kids did.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The Transgender Radical Who Helped Stoke a Dangerous UC-Davis Riot
"Now is Libby Evans, human events, and also the post millennial. Libby has done a considerable amount of research that helps me and also has been really helpful to all of us to learn about how the heck did the riot happen this week at UC Davis. And one of the reasons the riot happened is because an unsubstantiated Internet rumor that originated from a trans hoaxer called Aaron Reed, a man who thinks he's a woman. This hoaxer said that Charlie Kirk stands Charlie Kirk believes that trans people should be lynched. That is not just untrue. It is the opposite of the truth. It is against my beliefs and against my values. I never said it nor insinuated it. That then turned into the Sacramento bee. And then the UC Chancellor Gary may. Libya is with us. Now, Libby, what have you learned about this individual? Yes. So this person is Erin Reed, a trans activist, a male who poses as a woman, and goes on Twitter to talk all about various kinds of legislation that are being passed in the U.S. and specifically digs into those bills, tracks them, and also decided that your comments when you were speaking with swimmer Riley gaines were tantamount to calling for trans people to be lynched. Anyone who watches those comments knows for sure that that's not what we're saying. Anyone who listens to you speak also knows for sure that that's how you were saying you are often advocating for peace that happens repeatedly. Yeah, so reads comments were then picked up by the Sacramento bee and others. Who determined that read was correct without looking into it at all. And I was actually sort of stunned that then those comments actually made their way to the Chancellor of UC Davis where you were speaking on Tuesday and that Chancellor while not exactly repeating those comments clearly was under the impression that comments that those were accurate.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
UC Davis Leaders Incite Riots & Violence at Charlie Kirk's Event
"University of California, Davis, Charlie Kirk, from turning point USA, was giving a speech. About a thousand people were in attendance. This was a very well planned out speech, and a heavily promoted in the area, and everybody was pretty riled up about this. I mean, some crazy stuff going down. They had a hundreds of protesters. In the campus on the campus, causing all sorts of chaos and all sorts of mayhem. As a matter of fact, at one point, they were actually trying to storm the auditorium where Charlie and all these conservative students were being gathered. And by the way, this was not some sort of a weird, this wasn't some sort of an all conservative gathering. This was, this was something else, something else was going on. Something very disturbing. And we're going to get into this this hour of the program. Because I think we need to have a conversation in this country about whether or not we should be funding universities. That are actually refusing to defend free speech. Now, we're going to play some audio here, and you're going to hear this for yourself. This is the Chancellor of the University of California Davis. They put out a video. Earlier in the day. And quite frankly, the university and the Sacramento bee newspaper are guilty of inciting this violence last night, a police officer was injured, another student on campus was injured. There was a lot of damage, a lot of evangelism, but thank goodness for the UC Davis campus police and other law enforcement agencies that were able to get there to the university and stop the violence from spreading. But all of this was incited by the university leadership. This
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Free State of Florida
"So I was telling you in 2020 while Newsom who would dine in restaurants while shutting down restaurants. And get away with it because who's going to call them on it. The Soviet type Los Angeles Times. Who's going to call him on it, the Sacramento bee, San Francisco Chronicle? You shut down restaurants and then go to one, unmasked. Didn't have any effect, I wonder if he lost 5 votes because of the lie that he lived. It's not hypocrisy. It's infinitely worse than hypocrisy. Anyway, while he was ruining restaurants and ruining freedom in California, they were open in Florida. So I got up to take a picture and a restaurant that I was dining at. Or at which I was dining. And somebody looked at me, did not know who I was. And said, are you from California? They immediately inferred why I was taking a picture. There's nothing to photograph people eating. The person immediately put two and two together. You must come from California. That's sick state. And here you are in a healthy state. And you wanted photographic proof when you go back home to California.
AP News Radio
Evacuation warnings amid flooding after California storm
"Authorities and Sacramento county California have issued an evacuation order for some residents following a weekend of flooding. The Sacramento county office of emergency services issued an evacuation order Sunday for residents in the low lying community of point pleasant near interstate 5, until residents and two nearby communities to be prepared to leave officials feared that more roadways could be cut off by rising water, a powerful storm on New Year's Day brought drenching rain and heavy snowfall to much of California, breaching levees and shutting down major highways, even after the storm moved through there was major flooding and agricultural areas about 20 miles south of Sacramento, and state route 99 were officials told the Sacramento bee that some motorists had been rescued and one person was found dead in a vehicle near the interstate. I'm Donna water
KCBS All News
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Now on the Odyssey app, or wherever you get your podcasts. Kcbs news time two 43 in our news watch continues. Four years after the state started issuing non binary government IDs, new numbers show fewer than 16,000 people have opted for it, as kcbs reporter Holly kwon tells us this comes as Republican led states are pushing to limit transgender civil rights. Since 2017, when the DMV started offering an X for the gender designation on an ID or driver's license, fewer than 16,000 people have opted for it. The Sacramento bee says about 10,000 of those were between the ages of 16 and 29. Our society has a long history of trying to shoehorn people into roles that aren't them. San Francisco state senator Scott Weiner originally pushed for the change in state law. He says this isn't about numbers, it's about validation. You know at a young age that you are not like everyone else. And when you have that realization, it makes all the difference in the world when you have a family that embraces that. And it makes all the difference in the world when you have a government that supports those families in supporting their children. He's also written another law which takes effect a month from now, which makes California a trans refuge state, which means police here won't enforce the laws of other states if they keep parents from seeking gender affirming healthcare for their trans kids. It also prevents California police from complying without a state subpoenas for health information on a trans child. Holly Quan, quesadilla. A former warrior is offering advice to a struggling younger player. We're going to get you the
Bloomberg Radio New York
"sacramento bee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber. It's the cover story of the upcoming issue, Bloomberg, business week. We did afternoons at two eastern. These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar. Those Apple numbers continuing to come in. One Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. A wildfire in Northern California has destroyed dozens of homes in the town of weed, the Sacramento bee says the mill fire had grown to over 4200 acres by Saturday night and is now 25% contained, weed mayor Kim green says most of the damage was in the historically black neighborhood of Lincoln heights, where about 100 homes were destroyed, Cal fire officials say a second wildfire is also burning in the area, the mountain fire is burning north of weed. And the IRS is admitting it published private taxpayer information. Julie Ryan has the very latest. It made the admission on Friday and said it affected about 120,000 individuals, names and income from certain investments were on its website for a year. Despite that, lawmakers were told no social security numbers or individual income information was included in the exposure. I'm Julie Ryan. And that's the very latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, let's start with baseball, not a winning night for the Yankees or the mets on Saturday Max Scherzer starting for the mets in their game at city field against the nationals. He went 5 innings, but exited the game at that point with left side fatigue. And eventually, it all caved in on the mets as the nationals cash in with 5 runs in the top of the 9th inning and they win going away 7 to one. So that is not a good finish for the mets. They'll continue the series at Citi Field on Sunday, even worse news for the Yankees. They lose in Tampa to the raise and the only hit that mattered was Aaron judge with a 9th inning solo home run. That's his 52nd home run of the year, but it was a two to one Tampa win as Corey Kluber shut down the Yankees with 7 shutout innings and so a nice win for the race. The Yankees have now seen their lead in the American League east shrink from 15 and a half games down to four. They've lost 6 of their last 7 and so the Yankees continue to struggle and they also make the move on Andrew benintendi and place him on the ten day injured list. He's got right wrist inflammation that happened in Friday's game in Tampa. Let's move on to tennis, the U.S. open continues with Rafael Nadal and iges via tech advancing with straight set wins on Saturday. Carlos alcaraz and Cameron nori also advanced as well. College football kicked off everywhere all over the country on Saturday, the biggest games with a number two Ohio State beating number 5 Notre-Dame 21 to ten and number three Georgia routing 11th ranked Oregon 49 to three. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan gutowski. You're listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. U.S. employers added more jobs than
Bloomberg Radio New York
"sacramento bee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Migliore has more. The dramatic expect to set any records this weekend although indeed it will be crowded at airports. TSA spokesperson Lisa farbstein is advising travelers to arrive at least 90 minutes ahead of their scheduled flight time. Farbstein says TSA crews are fully staffed and ready to keep people moving through security, but it's always smart to pack your patients. This, as passengers have been experiencing flight delays all year, more than 13 million travelers are expected to pass through U.S. airports this Labor Day weekend, roughly 2 million of them will be in airports across the tri state. NASA will try again today to launch its Artemis one moon rocket, Jim Forbes has the latest. The massive 32 story rocket and its Orion capsule are scheduled to blast off at two 17 p.m. Eastern Time from cape canaveral, the previous launch attempt was scrubbed on Monday because of a leaky fuel line. The U.S. Space Force says there's a 70% chance of good conditions during Saturday's two hour launch window. Artemis one will be sending three mannequins into space, fitted with sensors to measure radiation levels. The main objective of the mission is to test the capsules heat shield during reentry. I'm Jim Forbes. President Biden will be spending part of his Labor Day in Pittsburgh. It's not yet clear exactly when the nation's chief executive will make that appearance, but White House deputy press secretary Chris marr says the president will be in the city to celebrate American workers, another source says he'll also take part in a steel workers Labor Day picnic pundits say securing Pennsylvania support will be critical in a Biden reelection campaign. A fast moving wildfire is forcing thousands to evacuate in Northern California. The Sacramento bee says the mill fire is burning out of control near the town of weed in siskiyou county, where it's destroyed homes and injured several residents, cow fire says the blaze has grown to over 2500 acres. I'm Brad Siegel. A smoked salmon product is being recalled after a sample tested positive for Listeria. Brian shook has more. The recall is over the four ounce packages of Saint James smokehouses scotch reserve Scottish smoked salmon, sold across ten states between February and June of this year. Consumers who own the product should throw it away or return it to the store for a full refund. I'm Brian shook. It's part of California's climate change plan, parking may no longer be required for homes and businesses in much of the state. Phil farrar has more. The governor expected to sign a bill that already followed the lead of several cities. Supporters say the new law is expected to help in California's efforts by reducing automobile traffic and encouraging people to use mass transit, but critics say a carless existence is easier in high density cities than sprawling San Diego. San Diego lifted parking requirements for many residential and commercial properties, builders, constructing apartments, and condos near trolley, and bus lines in an effort to get you out of the car. I'm Phil ferrar. Jane Fonda has cancer, the actress revealed she has been diagnosed with non Hodgkin's lymphoma on Instagram, she wrote, it's a very treatable cancer and added that 80% of people survive, so I feel very lucky. The 84 year old said she would undergo chemo treatments for 6 months. Today is national cinema day. It means moviegoers can get tickets for three bucks. The nationwide discount is good and more than 3000 theaters, industry folks say movie attendance has not quite bounced back since the pandemic hit and September 3rd is the data celebrate how movies are meant to be seen on the big screen. Major chains like AMC and regal are ready for it. Plus many, many more across the country, and home sellers are beginning to drop their prices as the housing market across the country begins to cool off
Bloomberg Radio New York
"sacramento bee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Record high summer gas prices are not really keeping road trippers at home. At least 8 migrants are dead after being swept down river along the Rio Grande in Texas, dozens of migrants were swept down river and what appears to be the deadliest mass drowning in years along the border. U.S. customs and border protection officials say the drownings happen Thursday when a large group attempted to cross the river, which was running with strong currents after multiple days of rain. A fast moving wildfire is forcing thousands to evacuate in Northern California. The Sacramento bee says the mill fire is burning out of control near the town of weed and siskiyou county, where it's destroyed homes and injured several residents. Cal fire says the blaze has grown to over 2500 acres 5000 have been evacuated. I'm Brad Steven. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. The New York and California attorneys general called on credit card companies to start fracking all gun sales and flag suspicious activity, such as large purchases of guns or ammunition. New York's letitia James in California's rob bonta said the effort would help end illegal gun trafficking and tackle gun violence. They singled out American Express, Mastercard, and Visa. Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey wants people who work at their out of state homes for New Jersey based companies to face payroll taxes under bipartisan legislation introduced by the governor. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. Murphy put out a statement saying quote, we must protect our residents from unfair and inordinate taxation from other states. The law spurred by remote work arrangements that have lasted years beyond the pandemic's worst days would mirror a New York policy that cost New Jersey billions of dollars in tax credits. Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. The government reported Friday that the economy added 315,000 jobs last month down from 526,000 in July and below the average gain of the previous three months. The unemployment rate rose to 3.7% up from a half century low of three and a half percent in July as more Americans got off the sidelines to look for jobs. Former treasury secretary Larry summers says unemployment will have to go a lot higher before the fed's inflation target is reached. I've said that I'd be surprised if we get to the 6% get to the 2% inflation target without an unemployment rate that approaches or exceeds 6%. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg Wall Street week. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm susannah Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Weston from Bloomberg radio. Welcome back to Wall Street week on Bloomberg. I'm Matt Miller. California has taken a big step forward in the electric car revolution, banning the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles in the state by 2035. So what do investors need to know about how this will affect the industry from oral? Let's go to Jessica Caldwell. She is executive director for insights with Edmonds. Jessica, thanks so much for joining us. Let's first talk about the state of the market. I mean, we have been seeing so many tests on the road, certainly where you are for years and years and everyone's talking about the new Ford lightning, as well as a number of other startup electric car companies like lucid, for example. But how much of the market really is electric right now? Across the United States, it's not a big percentage. If you look at battery EV cells this year, they're around 5% of peer UVs. So not a big percentage. And this is a technology we've been talking about for over a decade. We've seen these cars. But it finally feels like now we're kind of on the cusp of something big. We don't know exactly what the effect of that is yet, but it definitely feels like the products are finally coming. So I think the question here is our consumer is ready to pony up and spend the money. We know the past few years have been quite difficult in that regard. And to kind of see if the infrastructure will support increased sales. But if we look at the market as it is, it's still a very small percentage of total new vehicle sales. In terms of spending the money, we've started to see price increases, right? Ford is raising prices for the Mach-E. It's already raised prices for the lightning. And not unsubstantial amounts. We're talking about three, four, 7, $8000 price increases. These vehicles, I think at least the smaller ones were affordable before, but the bigger ones, like the trucks, can get up to a $100,000. Are they making any margin on those? Yes, I mean, I think that's what it's all about, really. I mean, there's been so much demand for these vehicles this year. I mean, I don't even think you can get on a reservation list right now for a lightning. So if you really want one, it's pretty hard out there. So I think they're probably responding to the demand that they see. I mean, we've seen a lot of price increases also for Tesla products over the course of the past year. And just the market in general. I mean, if we look at new vehicle prices, they really have skyrocketed. I mean, the average new vehicle is about $47,000 right now, which feels much higher than it ever has been historically and new EVs are over $60,000. So it is not a cheap game to buy a new vehicle, particularly in UV. Fortunately, for now you get $7500 back from Uncle Sam and a lot of local markets also give you some sort of tax rebate. How long is that going to last? I mean, I've heard that starting next year, you're going to have to buy cars that are made in America in order to get that. And that you're going to have to buy cars that have battery components also made in America. Yes, next year is where it starts to get really tricky because not only are there requirements for the vehicles themselves and their components like their battery, the battery elements, as well as where the vehicle is assembled. There's also requirements on income levels. So if you're someone that is, you know, you're a married couple and you make over $300,000, which may seem like a lot of money, but if you think about these vehicles are a $100,000, it really is it. You're not going to be eligible for those rebates, which is a bit difficult. And the same thing for the used vehicles. So that's what's interesting and new is that we're going to start seeing used rebates for EVs about $4000. Again, income requirements. So all of a sudden this market, which didn't really have too many rules in terms of the rebates, is going to get really strict, and it's
"sacramento bee" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Airport security this Labor Day weekend, TSA spokesperson, Lisa farbstein, says no records will be set by the end of the weekend, but airports will still be packed. The number one tip is to get to the airport. You should probably get to your airport between 90 minutes to two hours before your schedule site. Farm Stein says TSA cruiser fully staffed and ready to keep people moving through security, but she's cautioning passengers to pack their patients in case of flight delays, which has been a common issue this year. More than 13 million passengers are expected to pass through U.S. airports between now on Tuesday. Even larger crowds are expected for today's second launch attempt of the Artemis one mission, Rory O'Neill has more. By some estimates 400,000 people or more could crowd the area around cape canaveral called Florida's space coast. That's twice the crowd that turned out for a launch attempt earlier this week that had to be scrubbed due to a bad engine sensor. The Artemis one rocket is the most powerful ever developed by NASA and will send an uncrewed Orion space capsule on a 37 day trip to the moon and back. I'm Rory O'Neill. A fast moving wildfire is forcing thousands to evacuate in Northern California. The Sacramento bee says the mill fire is burning out of control near the town of weed and siskiyou county, where it's destroyed homes and injured several residents. Cow fire says the blaze has grown to over 2500 acres and over 5000 residents have now been forced to evacuate. President Biden is asking Congress to approve a $1 billion arms deal with Taiwan. The request comes as tensions rise between Taiwan and China. The State Department says it's approved three separate proposed military sales for Taiwan and that Congress has been notified. A department spokesperson says the U.S. being able to provide defense weaponry
"sacramento bee" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Evacuate in Northern California. The Sacramento bee says the mill fire is burning out of control near the town of weed in siskiyou county where homes have been destroyed and several residents are injured. Cal fire says the blaze had grown to over 2500 acres by Friday night and over 5000 residents have been forced to evacuate. California governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency for siskiyou county and says the state has secured a grant from fema to help fight the wildfire. Firefighters in California and along the West Coast are adding heat related injuries and illnesses to their list of complications from these wildfires, Julie Ryan has more. Extreme heat and extreme dryness are causing hotter and faster moving wildfires. Research shows those conditions are going to continue to get worse every year due to climate change and drought. Crews working the root fire near castaic in Southern California or dealing with temperatures of over 110° on Thursday, and by that afternoon, 7 firefighters were being treated in the hospital with heat related illnesses. Ventura county fire captain Brian McGrath said heat related illness is now a constant concern. I'm Julie Ryan. And NASA will try again Saturday to launch its Artemis one moon rocket, the massive 32 story rocket and its Orion capsule are scheduled to blast off at two 17 p.m. Eastern Time from cape canaveral. The previous launch attempt was scrubbed on Monday because of a leaky fuel line, the U.S. Space Force says there's a 70% chance of good conditions during Saturday's
Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"sacramento bee" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Off the charts. Nice. And he's not, if you were mean, if he had a mean mountain his body, you know, look out. Yeah, who's going to focus fuck with him? Nobody. Even if you're a badass of a guy, there's a certain size level where, I don't know, I mean, okay, 7 one, 300, go ahead, dude. You get your leg kicks ready, you know? And again, if it's like a real UFC guy, of course he's gonna beat up with just anybody, but all right, I don't know if I want to do UFC. Middling UFC career guy versus Eric chenna with. I think we'll leave that top here. Instead of seeing, instead of seeing another Jake qualify, which I know people like, I'd like to see a decent fight or fight someone who's 7 feet, just to see what happens. Like an average 7 foot guy. Yeah. And by the way, just for the record, all the UFC guys would beat up like anybody that's walking around. But maybe guys, a couple days a week get some kicks in, where's the jacket at happy hour? Maybe that guy is maybe that guy doesn't have a good of his chance. Okay, this one's titled Jim scam, which I think is beautiful. Because it isn't. All right guys, get a good one for you. I'm 28. Work in my hometown and make an honest living. I am frequently go to this gym, my parents have been members of forever. It's actually associated with the hospital where my dad is employed, so I was hooked up with a family discount for a long time. Rewind a little bit. I'm 25. That's when you're no longer on the family plan, so no big deal, I bought a couple of months membership and got after it. And they also offer discounts at the company. I work for. So it came out to 40 bucks a month, not bad. I tend to go to the gym more in the winter months. I do a lot of outdoor exercises like running cycling and even hit up some other buddies home gyms. More than the actual gym. So it's not like an everyday thing for me. After I bought the two month membership, I went back and shortly after renewed only to discover my card was still active, so I kept it moving. So I guess what he thought was she was getting free to cart? Yeah, he was scanning it and they were just letting him in, which was your first mistake. And then another time the car was still active. Kept him moving. I thought to myself, ah, well, I bet they put me back on the family plan, or pop was helping out. Either way, they didn't ask me for payment, nor did I offer for almost three years, which is the reason for this email. I go to the gym the other day and scan my car that you'd stop and he goes, hey, are you so and so? I'm like, yes, starts clicking around his computer, only inform me. I have a $620 balance on my account. Now he was really nice about it, even putting some of the blame on the gym's faculty for not letting me know. Yeah, no shit. I was very civil with him, played it cool, but in the back of my head, I thought there's no way I'm paying this full amount. I feel like I have a couple options here. One, never show up to this gym again and hope it gets swept under the rug as I was never in any kind of written contract saying I owe the money to work with them and come to an agreed amount to pay the most reasonable. Three put my asshole shorts on and tell them I'm not paying them anything due to the fact they never asked me nor notified me of any payment and they're completely out of their minds are expected to pay for almost three years of membership when it was clearly their fault. Appreciate the help guys. Love the show. All right. Well, at first, glance at this, I thought maybe you were getting charged every month because you didn't cancel it. And that's not a scam. That's a subscription business plan. And that's why there's so many things being like, should you subscribe to, you know, like, hey, do you want to do reads for this new monthly company that ships hunting axes? Hey, cool axe. After the 7th month, I don't think I need this many hunting axes. I have a Sacramento bee subscription right now. And for the life of me, every time I look at my statements each month, I'm like, God damn it, I'm like, it's still there. And I feel like I'm supporting local newspaper. Obviously, I'm not clearly locked in to what's going on up there, all that much. I'd like to cancel it. I had to sign up because I was researching something. I needed this article. It's what I owe the audience. I felt like because I was researching a thing for an open monologue. And I was like, all right, whatever. I'll just do the free trial. I've paid the sac B now for like over a year. And I can't seem to cancel it. Right. Newspapers, respect. Yeah, yeah. Print right here, guys. Journalism. Yeah. Thank you guys for keeping it alive. So if you read the sac B yeah, fuck it. Love it. Have you noticed how it is? It is actually impossible now, though. If you do like a free trial, 'cause I've watched a lot of shows, like on free trials that I'm never going to subscribe to. It is impossible to unsubscribe. Like nearly impossible to unsubscribe from some of the free trials. I've tried. So hard. And you're like, shit, maybe I'll just pay the ten bucks a month to just not deal with having to cancel this freaking membership. That's what I'm doing right now. Like I've tried and I go, all right, you won, you won this round, Sacramento bee. That's the hardest video game I've ever played. I can't unsubscribe from the thing. And I've tried and you're right, sturdy. And that's what so many I mean think about it. There's an app now that exists for you to sign up for that tracks all the things that you're subscribed to. Think how dumb that makes us look as people. Like I need to actually get an app that helps me tell me all the things that are just doing an automatic debit for me. That's why van pelt was always laughing at him and he goes, I sit down at the first of the month and I bring out my checkbook and I look at the bills and I write out the checks. I'm like, you can't even do. Yeah, and he goes, I don't like the debit thing. I don't know if he's a trust bank. He's.
Dozens of California Students Remain Trapped in Afghanistan
"And I want to get this in before the end of the program From our Friends at the daily wire Emily zanotti Dozens of California school children are still trapped in Afghanistan And the Biden State Department is mom At least 41 elementary school students from the San Juan unified school district remained trapped in Afghanistan the Sacramento bee reported And getting them out as proving an impossible task Though representative Daryl Issa Republican California says it is continually pressing the Biden administration and their State Department at apartment of Homeland Security to assist in their rescue 41 schoolchildren San Juan unified school district officials last week said 41 students were trapped in Afghanistan a sharp increase from the two dozen or so the district of previously identified The 41 kids three were evacuated over the weekend from the war torn country but remain overseas Sacramento said a unified officials last week said 8 students are straining in Afghanistan initially they identified just one family who the bee interviewed attendance records at the school has progressed showed more students were missing in staff trace their whereabouts to Afghanistan Officials of baker elementary school in the San Juan district say they're trying to cobble together a rescue mission As our officials are nearby sacrament why the hell is it the FBI involved in this Why is the hell isn't the Department of Justice involved in this They're worried about students
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Larry Elder Shuts Down Columnist Who Compared Him to David Duke
"There is a recall out for one of the most damaging governors in the country. That is there was competition for that title. I mean it's it's really. I know it's funny but it's you know it's very sad. And if he is recalled larryelder presumably prevail among the candidates. Larry elder is on the line with me. Larry what happened with the sacramento bee. Well i had a very contentious Editorial interview with them it was not just a sacramento d. But also all also at the newspapers as well And we went at it. The same thing with the los angeles times los angeles times has a writer named named gene guerrero Who wrote a piece a few weeks ago. All the calling me. A black david duke When i had my interview with the editorial board of the la times every single question was Was contentious. And i handle them. Pretty definitely and then all of a sudden she pops up. She was not on the list of people to To question me And i refuse to allow her to ask. Ask me a question and one of the members of the editorial board said well. If you become governor how is it. You're going to deal with people who have different points of view. I said i've been on an hour with you. Not a single one of you agree with anything i said. I'm not gonna have a conversation with someone who's all the call. Me black david duke. I'm sorry and so that's what happened with both the sacramento bee interview and the la times. And if you both of which on my social media that you can watch and listen to the entire interview if you like.
John and Ken on Demand
"sacramento bee" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Through a long dissertation on the major candidates and we fervently opposed the recall of gavin newsom. We do not support. Kevin falkiner for governor but for those who care about the stability of california. Falkiner is the least bad option. So that's what they pick up the sacramento bee that what they did to sacramento bee Yeah said like he didn't say question to blank. Which is what newsome's telling people to know how the times doesn't either they think is to put somebody in there. So is that a good thing for kevin faulkner about that. He was the trump supporter. How dare you even met with trump. i know but does that. Make him suspicious to all the the right wingers that the la times in the sacramento bee would grudgingly reluctantly accept them. As governor for a year. there are already and there have been some conservative right-wingers who are not fans of kevin fall. I have been reading that for. Because she's a moderate. Yes i guess. That's the word they want. larry where they are. Let's larry's thrown the red meat. At the i think would be very entertaining. Oh yeah that would be To a new level that would that would give us a lot to do. Now get this when we come back. This is almost impossible to believe gavin. Newsom is kicking off a four day. Statewide tour against the recall right. He's gonna make appearances around the state over the next four days. Where did he go first. Which generally gets the most attention. Because it's the first day went to san francisco with that crowd i couldn't does he want to lose. Does he wanna get recalled. Is it anymore perfect. That he stands there with scott. Weiner denounces the recall that that cabal of san francisco. Left-wing progressive woke idiots. What is who made that decision. We have some audio to play of. This event won't be come back. John and ken. Kfi.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
California's Recall Election Is Set. Can the GOP Oust Newsom?
"Larry elder my former colleague on the salem radio network. He has now left because he has felt a calling. I'll talk to larry. I'll talk to all the candidates including kevin faulkner today All of the steerage candidate. I will talk to them in the course of the next two weeks because i think all of is going to be deeply deeply interested in whether or not a big blue state governor who botched cove ed who washed public education who botched spending in. Ppp and who have not done anything about drought or infrastructure paralyzed. California been paralyzed by Just ten years of jerry brown and gavin newsom. I think they're going to rise up and throw gavin newsom out. I have no idea who's gonna win. I'm not going to be involved in moderating debates and so. I'm not going to be involved in in endorsing anyone but i'll bring everyone along and asked them all the same question. I can be meticulously fair. But larry elder had been tossed off of the ballot by some by that. No nothing no name secretary of state. They're afraid of larry. Juicing turnout obviously and not just in the african american community but across the spectrum larry is a is a great an inspirational figures life stories. Very inspirational if you've seen his movies if you read. His book listened to his show for decades and decades. He's ubiquitous in california. They didn't want him on the ballot. They tried to keep moth. He was ordered onto the ballot at the same time Kevin faulkner wanted accurately to record. His title is former mayor san diego and they wouldn't let him put that on there. I don't know what it is. I'll ask him today. What his title will be coming on today in the last segment of the show. But it's going to be a big race. It is going to be a serious raise at the top is doug osea a former congressman larry elder and kevin falkiner john cox former republican nominee for governor. Caitlyn jenner is a serious factor in the race. Kevin kiley who led the recall petition gathering. Dr kevin kiley is a serious figure in the race. All of them will be invited. On the hugh hewitt show as. I'm sure they will be on every talk. Show throughout california and the debates will tell us a lot but right now the media the mainstream media the blue bubble media the los angeles times and the sacramento bee. They all why either believe there's no reason given coast in that ain't true francis the prop thirteen moment.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It's a dumb world After all, Beverly, it is a dumb, dumb world. Walt Disney World, Making some changes to its Magic Kingdom. Fireworks show the fireworks itself got to be the same. Really, The only thing different Is the opening greeting. Have you been to Disney World? Have you been to the fireworks experience? I have. I've been once. Yes, Very, very impressive. I'm not a huge Disney fan. Never never was, But yeah, it's an impressive show. So if you're there at the Magic Kingdom, you're there Watching the Magic Kingdom fireworks. She will hear Jack Wagner, The voice of Disney begin the program with the phrase Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, which is problematic these days now, so I'm offended. I'm offended already hearing you say that I know. So how does this make you feel? Okay. Good evening dreamers of all ages. That's so much more magical. Uh, Apparently, that is, if you're not a dreamer, and some would say that you're not a dreamer, but you're not the only one. That's the that's the problem that I have with That phrase is it reminds me of John Lennon's Imagine, which is one of the worst songs ever. So I would rather see the ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls rather than be reminded of that awful awful song. Every time I hear a good evening dreamers of all ages, but apparently it is more inclusive and this is going to be the new greeting. At Disney World for the fireworks now, well, even the Walt Disney Music the Disney music that we played coming into this segment isn't that lyric and that it doesn't matter who you are. So it it doesn't Disney already say it doesn't matter who you are. And yet they're getting to this greeting, And it's saying, Okay, Well, we're going to offend people, which I'm not sure who complained about this. And I guess it would be a mouthful. If you added ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls and everyone else who identifies otherwise. I guess that was going to be too much of a mouthful, so they scrap it altogether. And they do this, this new voice over But we'll say something. It's been good about this is that this is the first time the fireworks show has been added back in. It was a preview that this happened up for employees on Wednesday. First time the fireworks show has been back since Covid. So that's the one positive thing about this, But, yeah, definitely, too woke to like, you know, Life is starting to return to normal. I I just didn't realize that the new normal was going to be so stupid. You know that. That's the problem here. I'm glad that the fireworks are coming back. I'm glad that folks are able to get back to Disney World and, you know, enjoy the magical Magic Kingdom experience. But, you know, some folks have said online This is completely unnecessary. This is Overly sensitive, although the change has been positively received by some Disney fans, one person saying, quote I love dreamers of all ages because it really makes that super snuggly and more magical. It's so heartwarming. Another added hot. Take. Good evening. Dreamers of all ages works better, thematically, you know, and I have to say. Really don't care how Disney welcomes people to their fireworks. But if they are making this decision on the basis of trying to make people feel more inclusive and welcoming I just don't really see the need for it. That's that's that's where I fall down on this. It doesn't bother me. I'm just not sure why it's necessary. And I would say it also then begs the question. What else comes down the pike? What does this mean for The Pixar movies. They put out the different stories they like to develop. What does this mean in general for the parks and how they refer to people and the shows they put on in the park? So I think it also makes me wonder. Okay, what kind of woke propaganda is going to come out? And they're programming which, of course, Children love their programming, And so what is going to be taught to Children? Yeah, well, I mean, we have a way to go ahead. I was just saying, I think we've already seen changes made to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney World. I think that was changed a few years ago. Because there were portions of that ride that were deemed to be politically incorrect. So they change that. Um, I want to say that there are a couple of other rides at the Magic Kingdom and Disney that they've already started tweaking, so I don't know where it ends. That you know that. I mean, did you get rid of the hall of presidents? Because, you know, well, most of them were clearly racist. So we've got to get rid of the hall of president. I don't know. Where does it stop? I don't know. Do you say when it comes to Aladdin, the genie dressing up as in different costumes that that is appropriation, and that is appropriating different cultures, and therefore the genie is no longer allowed. I mean, this could go on and on and on. But I would say as a whole that I'm not surprised Disney is doing this. They've always been the leader and woke Yeah, they they have been the woke leader and they're going to continue to be the woke leader because I think they they're making a lot of money at him. All right. Right now it is 7 52 here on W M A L. Marlowe Furnitures Greatest offer is back just.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News from your neighborhood is I'm Jack and Albert. Purnell joins us. Yes, it's coming out of the Sacramento Bee. So l grows fast rising. The Ridge shopping center retail centers making room for its largest largest tenant yet, but city officials are keeping that tin it Kind of under wraps. They are saying that is planned for a grocery site, but they're not saying what growth story is. It's unusual that we hear any shopping center adding anybody these days? I mean, that's the way Hey, Albert, did you watch the the NFL draft? And are we happy with the first pick with by the 40 Niners? I'm definitely happy with that. We talked about that on Friday. That was a good pick. That was a good picture always watched the first Around. And then the last person picked. Oh, the last guy, Mr relevant? Yeah, that's what they call them. They really do. Yeah, It's kind of sad, isn't it? That it's kind of sad, but you know what? I'm not so sad for any of them because Mr that's gonna make like $4 million a year playing football. So, speaking of that, guys, this is a great story. There's a running back named Augie Harris. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers. 24th pick overall, played at the University of Alabama for much of his childhood. He was in and out of homeless shelters a little tough life as a kid. So he decided during draft day he went back to a homeless shelter in Richmond, California, and he held a little party there. A draft party for all the people there. Yes. Is that not awesome? That is? I don't know. He was from Richmond. Yeah, Nog. Yeah, well, good for him and congratulations to him. That's fantastic. Caught my eye, All right? So coming up. We're gonna talk about health care costs because they are not only skyrocketing, but they're the major reason people go bankrupt Well, and here's what really stunned me. When you told me about this research this morning is that it's affecting people who have health insurance. Oh, yeah, We're going to talk about people who who have insurance and they're and they're declaring bankruptcy. It's like what the what? I know. I know you think it's a safety net. We'll talk about it coming up so much information. Wait.
Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Doctor appears in court video call while performing surgery
"Is being investigated after he tried to multi task while he was in surgery. Sacramento Bee reports that Dr Scott Green logged onto a video call for a traffic court trial while dressed in scrubs and with medical equipment beeping in the background. He told the court that it was okay because there was another doctor in the operating room anyway. The judge said he didn't think that was appropriate and postpone the trial. And guess what the State Medical board didn't think it was appropriate either. They asked, the doctor explained his actions. The board
San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
Plastic surgeon appears in court video call while performing surgery
"So you think you've seen some wild stuff on your video conference sessions? Imagine seeing a plastic surgeon show up in a virtual court hearing while performing operation. Wait, Wait, wait, How the Sacramento Bee reports. Dr. Scott Green did just that It is hearing this past Thursday, he appeared on video in surgical scrubs with a patient undergoing surgery. Just out of camera range. When the judge opened the hearing, he balked at going forward. Even though Green said there was another doctor to help cover. The judge decided to set a new date. And now the California Medical Board is investigating. Please don't do that. That would like to give the doctor got in trouble like he was on a skateboarder Hoverboard or something when he was operating, right? Yeah. I don't want wheels on your feet while you've got a scalpel in your hand aimed at my eyeball. Concentrate on one just the one Yeah. Sit this one. All right,
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"sacramento bee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The latest when you need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa We should learn more on Monday about how President Biden plans to handle an intelligence report linking Saudi Arabia as Crown Prince to the murder of journalist from all cash Okey On Friday, sanctions were imposed on a number of Saudis but not on Mohammed bin Salman, who, according to the report, likely ordered to show his death. The president says he'll make it announcement tomorrow on Saudi Arabia in general. President Biden pushed to release the report after it wasn't released during the Trump administration, but by and stopped short of taking any action against Prince Mother been Solomon, better known by his initials and Bs. Socks is Lucas Tomlinson. The Saudi government continues to deny any involvement and rejects the U. S intelligence report. Volunteer firefighter in Wisconsin is recovering from critical injuries. But how he got hurt might surprise you. 35 year old firefighter Justin Fredriksson is finally out of intensive care after being shot earlier this month while fighting a fire in Willard Township, Wisconsin. Intense heat from that fire caused a loaded gun to discharge firing around the past through an exterior wall before hitting Fredriksen in his stomach. The Cornell area Fire department, saying Friday that Fredriksson is recall Ring after at least three surgeries and has been up and walking. Paul Stevens, Fox News, There's multitasking. And then there's this. The California Medical Board is planning to investigate a plastic surgeon who appeared in a video conference for a traffic violation trial while operating on someone. According to the Sacramento Bee. Dr. Scott Green was dressed in scrubs and could be seen looking down at a patient. It was just out of view. He admitted he was in the operating room and said he was ready for trial because another surgeon was present. But the judge didn't think it was a good idea. And he told Green he'd reschedule the trial date and that doctor may have bigger issues than a traffic ticket now. Axis Algerian Grasso hand.
NBC Nightly News
California doctor performs surgery during Zoom traffic court trial
"California doctor is under fire tonight for a courtroom apparent but it wasn't why he was before the judge has people outraged but how he appeared for the here live on zoom from his operating room. Where a surgery was happening in alexander has details. It's not what you would typically see during traffic court this video obtained by the sacramento bee. Newspaper shows a doctor wearing scrubs appearing in a virtual california traffic hearing. Are you a available for johnson county. You're an operating reminding mid guest available for trial right ahead even the commissioner overseeing the hearing can't believe it so unless i'm mistaken is being defendant. That's in the middle of an operating room appearing to be actively engaged in providing services to a patient is that correct mr green as her I'm new not feel comfortable For the welfare of a patient. If you're in the process of operating that i would put on trial right here. Who's doing the surgery with me. So i can stand here and allow them to do the surgery also not all. I'm i don't think so. I don't think that's appropriate. Reached by phone when nbc news asked the doctor about his court hearing on the newspaper. Article he replied. That's not accurate but would not comment further but the state medical board is looking into the incident writing. The medical board of california expects physicians to follow the standards of care when treating their patients. It's the latest example of doctors with questionable behavior. at their patient's bedside this alaska dentist went viral and was later investigated after video showed him standing on a hover board while extracting a patient's tooth and this atlanta dermatologist was later sued after video of her emerged on youtube appearances. Doma rap video poker forming a procedure on occasions back in california. The doctor apologized for his procedure. Running long the hearing itself was postponed.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"One of the scientists I spoke to said horses are so tied to our notions of what the West is. But he said, the challenge with that is that you often lose the ecological piece of what what? What's going on here. One of things he wishes that we could do is instead of giving every little kid a my little pony. You know, we give him on my little stagecraft instead. Ryan Saville. Oh reporter for the Sacramento Bee. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. You're listening to morning edition on KQED Support for KQED Science has provided by the National Science Foundation and the Dirk and Charlene cabs in L Foundation. 6 29. Let's go back to Joe Foursome. Better Traffic news regarding a singular finally cleared after 90 minutes south one, a one south of the 80 split crash, and at that spot traffic is moving better, but it's still backed up all the way across the Bay Bridge and out to the overpass is at the toll plaza. And that will take a lot longer to clear crash only cleared about five or six minutes ago. New problem. East Bay Highway four Westbound will pass crash there, pushing back traffic over the hill and South 80 slowing down from about 2 38 down to a street because of another new crash there. And north. One on one is still crawling along, headed to Gilroy because of the crash on highway 25 with only one lane open Joe McConnell for KQED traffic support comes to us from European sleep works. Support for KQED comes from good eggs, delivering peak season produce meal kits, groceries, wine and more with strict safety practices..
"sacramento bee" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Cedar Lake. Caravan double double G on traffic, central health officials say the first case of a Cuban 19 variant is been found in Illinois region one which includes northern North, Central and southern Illinois. The variant was first found in the United Kingdom and was confirmed in a patient in Lee County yesterday. Officials say the variant has also been found in cooking. Lake County's experts say the vaccine does offer protection against the variant, but that prevention measures are still the best defense. Reverend Jesse Jackson's recovering from gallbladder surgery. The civil rights leader was released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital Saturday night. He was there for eight days after experiencing stomach discomfort. Jackson was transferred to a rehab center because of his Parkinson's disease. New York City's public middle school buildings will open this month after being closed since Cove in 19 cases increased in November. Mayor Bill de Blasio made that announcement today. The 62,000 students in grades six through eight, whose families have chosen in person learning out of a total of 196,000 city. Students in those grades will be back in their classrooms. February 25th, according to officials. Now for WGN Sports. The Blackhawks visiting the Dallas Stars tomorrow. Pre game with Chris Boden at seven o'clock. Puck drops at 7 30 John Wait a minute. Troy Murray of the Call here on 7 20 online until the huge and radio dot com in the NBA. Washington Wizards in town tonight. Facing the Bulls tip off for that camps at seven. The forecast from the purpose. He'll weather center periods of light snow throughout the evening hours today, 1 to 2 inches more possible highs in the mid teens. Winds are calm at the moment tonight mostly cloudy lows between minus five and four above tomorrow. The cold continues partly sunny skies, though highs in the mid teens your money on WGN, the Dow Jones is up over a 127 points the S and P 500 is up nearly 15. NASDAQ is up over 78 points to start the week.
106.1 FM WTKK
"sacramento bee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"In Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is insisting that in person learning will resume on Monday for preschool to eighth grade students. Despite the lack of a deal with the teachers union. The impasse could lead to a teacher strike in California Governor Gavin Newsom is butting heads with educators. The California Teachers Association pushback against reopening by sending a letter to the governor that says an aggressive plan focused on statewide safety measures and effective vaccine rollout for essential workers, including educators is needed. Newsom, who would like schools to reopen for some students within the next couple of weeks, reportedly told the union's quote If we wait for the perfect, we might as well just pack it up and just be honest with folks that we're not going to open for in person instruction the school year. Faxes Christina Coleman, escalating threats of violence against Governor Newsome and his family are under investigation. The Sacramento Bee says A voicemail and emails obtained by the paper contained graphic, abusive language about the governor and his wife. As China tightens its grip on Hong Kong, Britain is offering residents there a path to citizenship from today. Almost three million people in Hong Kong could apply for a new visa, offering a route to citizenship here in Britain. The offer was announced last year Is China imposed a tough new security law on Hong Kong? Which used to be British. China is angry and says it won't recognize passports issued under the scheme. The UK predicts more than 300,000 people may take up the offer over the next five years. In London. Simon Ellen Fox News for a second straight month manufacturing activity weekend in China following outbreaks of the Corona virus. The country's service industry also lagged in January. Campus..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"sacramento bee" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Students are in limbo in Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is insisting that in person learning will resume on Monday for preschool to eighth weight students. Despite the lack of a deal with the teachers union, the impasse could lead to a teacher strike. In California Governor Gavin Newsom is butting heads with educators. The California Teachers Association pushback against reopening by sending a letter to the governor that says an aggressive plan focused on ST wife safety measures and effective vaccine rollout for essential workers, including educators is needed. New. Some who would like schools to reopen for some students within the next couple of weeks, reportedly told the union's quote. If we wait for the perfect, we might as well just pack it up and just be honest with folks that were Not going to open for in person instruction. The school here socks is Christina Coleman, escalating threats of violence against Governor Newsome and his family are under investigation. The Sacramento Bee says A voicemail and emails obtained by the paper contained graphic, abusive language about the governor and his wife. As China tightens its grip on Hong Kong, Britain is offering residents there a path to citizenship from today, almost three million people in Hong Kong could apply for a new visa, offering a route to citizenship here in Britain. The offer was announced last year Is China imposed a tough new security law on Hong Kong, which used to be British, China is angry and says it won't recognize passports issued under the scheme. The UK predicts more than 300,000. People may take up the offer over the next five years in London, Simon Oh in Fox News for a second straight month manufacturing activity weekend in China following outbreaks of the Corona virus. The country's service industry.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This nation this hour. I'm Roger vanish. Former President Donald Trump has parted ways with his lead impeachment lawyers little more than a week before his trial. That's according to two people familiar with the situation who spoke to The Associated Press on Saturday. The departing lawyers, Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbiere, have left the defense team and what one person described as a mutual decision that reflected a difference of opinion on the direction of the case. Former president is set to stand trial The week of February 8th on a charge that he incited the riot inside the U. S. Capitol. Los Angeles Times reports said one of the largest vaccination sites in the nation temporarily shut down Saturday because dozens protesters blocked the entrance. Officials say the L. A Fire department shut the entrance to the vaccination center Dodger Stadium as a precaution, Some of the protesters carried signs against the covert 19 vaccine. And shouting for people not to get the shots. Law enforcement officials are investigating increasing threats of death and violence against California Governor Gavin Newsom, his family and the winery's shops and other businesses that he founded. Sacramento Bee reports and heard a voice mail and reviewed emails containing graphic, abusive language about Newsome violent sexual threats against his wife and a reference to his Children. Officials plan to Chapel River to help put out a huge fire that northern New Jersey recycling plant that they say could burn for days. Blaze broke out late Friday night at the Atlantic Coast Fibers plant in Passaic. Mayor Hector Laura says there were at least two explosions. Water from firefighters. Hoses froze all the plant's employees are accounted for, and officials say the fire is not considered suspicious because fires are not uncommon in recycling plants. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news Nation. Our APP for news around the clock. I'm Roger. Banish.
John and Ken on Demand
California now ranks dead last in administering COVID-19 vaccines
"Okay bloomberg updated It's numbers Ten minutes ago two fifty five. Pm pacific time and california is fiftieth again according to the bloomberg numbers which they say they get from the cdc and other government websites. California has four point seven million doses that have reached the state but we've only injected one point eight million of them so we have almost three million doses by their count on the shelf. Of course as we have learned in the last twenty four hours california's reporting system is so screwed up that nobody knows if any numbers are accurate. There are mess finally a lot of media sacramento bee also going to time. San francisco chronicle have been sort of digging into the story. What they're finding out is really freaking confusing. Which being stake could be worse than this. I doubt it's better considering all the incompetence going on but for the moment We are in fiftieth place. Only thirty eight percent of available vaccines have been injected We're falling farther behind all the other states and a number of territories or independent countries that we provide health care services to islands out in the pacific We're just ahead of american samoa.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Directly in the lives of Untold numbers of innocent persons deputy out of Gibson served two tours in Afghanistan with the Marine Corps. If you're stopped for a violation of the law, think about the manner in which you present yourself how you behave and make sure that officer knows that you don't pose a threat to their well being, because right now they have a reason to be very, very concerned about how people are going to react to their law enforcement efforts. A second deputy was heard in Monday night shootout. He is expected to recover. A K nine officer was also killed. The suspect was killed in the incident. We also have new details this morning on the suspect. The Sacramento Bee reporting the suspect was 46 year old Robert Stephen colder on repeatedly suffered from mental illness and had a lengthy criminal record. Court records showed nine felony and misdemeanor cases in Sacramento County, dating back to 1993. Most recently, he served four years in prison and was released in 2017. His mother says that he had a history of drug use. A recent study says another new covert strained found in a third of all cases in L. A county may play a part in the recent surge. Here's Kate McKay's Mark Mayfield, researchers at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. See it's different from the UK variant and became prevalent in the county between October and December. The water of the study. Dr Eric Veil says they didn't determine if this strain was more contagious or deadlier. But he says there's no evidence the vaccine would be less effective against it. Mark Mayfield NEWS 93.1 KFBK Historians say President Trump's impact on the nation will continue for years to come. Sacramento State history professor Joseph Palermo says that Trump's pick for the Supreme Court will stick with California long after lawsuits are resolved. The Supreme Court can basically strike down any state law that it deems unconstitutional. Speaking of state law, California Attorney General Javier Becerra filed more than 100 lawsuits against the Trump administration. It's not clear this morning win the Senate plans to hold an impeachment trial of President Trump and a number of senators even question if it's constitutional. Among those with questions is Senator John Cornyn, Republican from Texas. He spoke with reporters about that. And whether he believes Senators cruise and Holy should be censured for their support of President Trump. It is our featured audio clip this hour, so I think there are serious questions about Sort of, uh, trying a president after he's already left office. It's never happened before. And maybe that's for a good reason how the Senate navigated potential and peach mint child with processing nominations. What does that look like? Well, that's Nancy Pelosi's choice because once she sends the articles of impeachment over it displaces all of their business..
Team investigating deadly California fire seizes PG&E equipment
"PG and E officials are reportedly under investigation in connection with a deadly Zogg fire in Shasta County. The Sacramento Bee reporting. PG and E filed a statement with the Public Utilities Commission saying Cal Fire investigators took possession of the utility company's equipment today. Firefighters are still battling the 56,000 acre blaze, which has claimed the lives of four people.
San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
California virus cases underreported due to technical difficulties, health official says
"System used by California counties to report the number of daily Corona virus cases is experiencing some technical issues. The Sacramento Bee reports that health officials in multiple California counties say the cow already system used by many local public health departments is under reporting the actual number of positive cases in a single day. Several counties have reported the glitch, including Sacramento, Riverside and Orange counties. And the California Department of Public Health says it's been made aware of the issue. Some of the counties have put up a disclaimer on their covert 19 tracking website that the numbers there might not be accurate. There's currently no E T A for a fix. Mike
NBC 4 News at 6
California virus cases underreported due to technical issues, health official says
"System used by California counties counties to to report report the the number number of of daily daily Corona Corona virus virus cases cases is is experiencing experiencing serious serious technical technical issues. issues. Mike Mike Blunt Blunt reports. reports. The The Sacramento Sacramento Bee Bee reports reports that that health health officials officials and and multiple multiple California California counties say the cow already system used by many local public health departments. Is under reporting the actual number of positive cases in a single day. Several counties have reported The glitch, including Sacramento, Riverside and Orange counties, and the California Department of Public Health, says it's been made aware of the issue. Some of the counties have put up a disclaimer on their covert 19 tracking website that the numbers there might not be accurate. Is currently no E T A for a fix.
Meet the Press
Hedge fund Chatham plans to buy newspaper publisher McClatchy out of bankruptcy, ending 163 years of family control
"News Room. Hedge fund manager Chatham Asset Management has emerged as the winner in a bankruptcy auction for McClatchy Company. That ends 163 years worth of family ownership for the newspaper chain. The sale announced by McClatchy today must be approved by the judge overseeing the bankruptcy. McClatchy publishes some 30 daily papers, including The Miami Herald, The Sacramento Bee in the Kansas City
Don't Invest and Forget with Pat Vitucci
Why The Sacramento Bee will no longer publish police ‘mugshots,’ with limited exceptions
"About an incredibly troubling trend, where newspapers air being pressured into retracting news photographs if they show and lets you know they tap danced around it. But if they show black people doing bad stuff, the newspapers have been pressured into removing them from their website from their newspaper from their coverage because I can quote what they wrote in the Sacramento Bee Publishing these photographs Disproportionately harms people of color and perpetuate stereotypes about who commits crime in our community. These are very troubling turn, I would say. Yeah, Yeah,
All Things Considered
California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper
"Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping to re write the headline of his city's paper instead of the Sacramento bee the hundred sixty three year old paper files for bankruptcy and is sold to a hedge fund he wants the headline landing on people's doorsteps to read the Sacramento bee stays with local owners to explain we're joined now by mayor Steinberg hi there good to be with you Mary Louise so this is not a new news story McClatchy which owns a bunch of papers including the B. I think people have followed along as it filed for bankruptcy give me in a few sentences what your plan is for writing a different ending to this story for the B. well first of all the Sacramento bee is the leading daily publication in the capital city of California and it is a specific asset we intend as a community to put up a fight to make sure that the B. emerges from bankruptcy in a way that not only maintains its status but actually enhances it because the B. is suffered like many daily newspapers over the last decade or more I just believe that independent journalism is crucial for obvious reasons our community matters and we don't want this newspaper carved up in a way that will leave the people that I represent at to not have the benefit of that independent daily journalism I read your planning to convene a forum later this month is that right with the investors and philanthropists and community leaders to figure out what this might look like exactly because we know that there are a number of models throughout the country and we intend to highlight all of them in addition to actively working between now and the twenty seven to identify as some people who might be willing to to buy the B. do you have your eye on specific potential investors I do can't identify them a right now but we are working very hard on identifying some investors but you know our city is this great emerging city in America I say that I know with a little biased because I am the mayor of but it's true we were emerging from just being capital city into a government town to be the center of innovation and technology and food and it's becoming a great millennial sitting over the last half decade or so we have fought to keep civic assets we fought to keep the Sacramento Kings are NBA franchise in the capital city and we ended up not only keeping them the building a great downtown arena we just fought to win a major league soccer franchise and so a newspaper may not seem on par with all those other civic assets but undoubtedly the daily newspaper is at least if not more important than the civic assets and if those are worth fighting to keep into into win so is the Sacramento bee what section of the B. two you read first every morning it's a good question I read the editorials first I read the the state local news I make sure they spelled my name correctly and and then you know I like to read the sports section to you know we have a NBA team that's making a run for the playoffs that is Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about Sacramento bee marriage time virgin Kerr thank you so much