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02:40 min | 3 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For news from your neighborhood and elder Parnell runs that department for us here in the program when he joins us now with what's in the headlines yep yep yep this is coming out of the Marysville appeal Democrat so closely unified school district brought some much needed care and camaraderie to the community of Colusa by hosting a social distancing car parade it's a growing trend has been utilized nationwide to celebrate everything from birthdays to baby showers omit the corner virus pandemic bring a little sense of normalcy back to a world of social distancing required did they put that on my did you say yeah well now they okay well yeah they they were live stream it is cool there's just a bunch of people in cars dressed up and dressed up their cars and just having a good time while not being able to be next to each other right you see a lot of that a lot of chalk drawings on trail not signed him from their house to celebrate birthdays are finding other ways to try to show their appreciation for other people real quick note because this impacts on a local businessman plant Gee we talk a lot about them recently sacked biz journal Sacramento business journal reporting that they're gonna for low a hundred and fifteen employees in advertising apartments in thirty of their newspapers the CEOs taking a fifty percent cut in five other executives at McClatchy or taking fifteen percent compound media companies are in big trouble they're getting hit there's no question about it so that's what's going on yes out of Australia you think of the restrictions are severe in certain parts of the United States and Australia a couple of different incidents they don't play there when they talk about staying at home an Australian guy who snuck out repeatedly out of corona virus that according team to see his girlfriend gets a year in jail you are here let me see yeah a year that's a lot that's a lot that the country's locked down this you know they're serious about it and then another couple they posted old pictures of their vacation from last year three thousand dollar fine why yeah because the government said you can't be out all they thought they were going they thought they were heading out and they said no you get a three thousand dollar fine another fighting as they wait wait wait wait these were from two thousand nine trying to guys like it look I got more gray hair now I mean I that's from way long ago right right how the guys naked as his girlfriend is actually a month I'm re reading not only a month so that's I mean a month that's that might be worth it if you know love love makes you do bring stuff have you tried to buy a baby chick lately good luck finding one of those chickens and vegetable seeds all the rage details in three minutes Sacramento.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Weather BG Sacramento and can't be can't get from Pollock pines from ABC news I'm Brian Clark there now more than four thousand one hundred confirmed coronavirus cases in the U. S. also increasing the drastic measures aimed at slowing the spread of covert nineteen Chicago's the latest major city to close public schools while in the state with most of the more than seventy U. S. deaths in Washington state leaders say the lack of residence at hearing to social distancing needs has forced them to enact tougher rules now ordering many nonessential businesses to shut down king county executive Dow Constantine we are at a critical moment in this crisis we're leaving the phase of code nineteen outbreaks in concentrated areas of the county and we're entering the phase of potentially rapid and widespread infection the governor is assuring residents to grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open Alex down ABC news the state leaders in the U. S. are calling on more action from the federal government one of those leaders New York governor Andrew Cuomo who announced the closure of all public schools in the state and said we strongly advise that only services and businesses that are essential stay open after eight PM grocery stores gas stations pharmacies medical facilities all those closings exacting an economic toll especially on airlines a trade group for the industry's warning that major U. S. carriers could run out of money this year they're seeking a fifty billion dollar bailout one hour from the close on wall street's been another broad selloff the Dow down more than two thousand one hundred points head of the national economic council Larry Kudlow said president trump was calm about the markets but we are going to be challenged with no question about it and to the north Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau announced a ban on foreign entry this measure will carve out some designated exceptions including for aircrews diplomats immediate family members of Canadian citizens and at this time US citizens you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon twelve oh two one Dana has with your top local stories Sacramento business journal reports that local employers and job seekers are making adjustments to the way they approach the job market in reaction to the covert nineteen outbreak jobseekers are worried about in person interviews fearing the potential spread the virus while employers are increasingly anxious about increased call outs similarly employers are nervous to call in temporary workers due to fears of exposure this creates a deficit in in employees in an interview he's willing to fill the positions of absentees some industries in the Sacramento area like human resources I've seen it less severe impacts with business as usual in many offices yesterday governor Newsom called for all bars wineries night clubs and brew pubs to close restaurants may remain open but can serve only half as many as their maximum occupancy or create space between diners LA mayor Eric Garcetti imposed even stricter requirements in his city restaurants my only offer pick up delivery and drive thru service he's also close gyms movie theaters bowling alleys and arcades and the writer of the twenty eleven film contagion says he doesn't find the current corona virus pandemic that surprising Scott Z. burns telling slate recently that he wrote the movie about a virus that starts in Asia and spreads worldwide he researched it heavily with the centers for disease control if anything he says he's surprised people are shocked by how similar the film as to what's happening right now fan right now traffic.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Care became morning news this morning a California lawmakers working to keep P. Jeannie from taking a state tax deduction on penalties imposed for safety violations senator Jerry hill is the author of that bill what's up scene you need to think that they can have a billion dollar plus tax break on a financial obligation the company agreed to shoulder as a penalty officials with the utility companies say they are reviewing the bill and they have not yet taken a position Lou diamond growers is continuing to expand its properties in Sacramento the company purchased two new properties last month across from its manufacturing plant and headquarters the Sacramento business journal reports the two structures formally owned by the salvation army were required for over six million dollars a blue diamond growers spokesperson says one of the downtown properties on nineteenth will be used as a parking lot for the company employees the company did not share its plans for the former salvation army thrift store which is at the intersection of sixteen and D. D. A. officials are reporting an increase in methamphetamine sales in the United States can't be caged Brad for tells us the amount of math is increasing dramatically the amount of math seizures is increasing dramatically nearly seventy percent chance from the agent in charge the D. A.'s district office as agents will focus on eight cities in the southern U. S. were drugs from Mexico make their first stop before being distributed to the rest of the country trump says as the supply increases it's easier to get the price of methamphetamine is is dropping considerably from says the increasing availability coincides with the increase in overdoses many of them fatal.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Usually here is taking some time off we should let people know he just had a baby yes he did regulations and angry yeah so he's changing diapers as we speak so what we found is from a neighbor so this is coming out of the Sacramento business journal so Sunday will be the last day to dine in at the hot Italian restaurant in midtown Sacramento other closing as the good pizzeria I love it is delicious apparently the business expanded too fast too quickly so they don't have enough money to stay afloat with money issue huh yep too bad okay Albert you can stick with us because you're and want to hear this you can visit the national parks in this country any one of them for free and five days five different days coming up in twenty twenty ready form I'm ready January twentieth Martin Luther king junior day April eighteenth which is the first day of national park week August twenty fifth National Park Service birthday September twenty sixth national public lands day and November eleventh which is veterans day so in those five days you get in free my daughter's birthday is October twenty fourth really so I can take her to a park for a birthday I'm sorry no money I love that on her birthday yeah right well the day after a birthday be the twenty fifth okay and then my birthday is the twenty seventh September twenty seventh and it's free on the twenty sixth it in yeah so I got his it's your birthday so I got obviously in a it was my birthday worse there's like Hey nice make it free for Albert but that's cool I mean you know get in free is like thirty five Bucks or more to get into some of these parts so I'm glad you see if you agree with this five worst places to spend new year's eve the New York Post has a list out to Vegas they say five number four in Hawaii so expensive time of you're gonna pay for at Disney world or Disney land is number three in Hollywood LA number two and the worst place the New York Post says to spend new year's eve it's time square in New York City and that just always is never boggles the mind appealed to me it's cold it's wet it's crowded it's crowded I have to use the restroom blocked I'm million people do it now morning noon and okay where the whales you know what they're on the move when they're expected to be off the coast of northern California that's coming up in three minutes I understand we.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

The TalentGrow Show

12:42 min | 9 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on The TalentGrow Show

"Fine I like those Katie serves as the treasurer of the National Association for Women Business Owners Sacramento Valley chapter in his passionate about women in business initiatives been quoted in a variety of industry applications and topics including hiring and develop talent and was featured Sacramento Disrupt Age Ours Speaker in two thousand eighteen and was recognized as a Sacramento Business Journal Forty under forty Haiti welcome to the talent Rochelle Wow thank you happy to be here I'm glad you're here to another California girl and I have to tell you have the word talent in my business name talent show and so it's always funny you just see how people react to that word for some people it just means Oh you know are your talents Gal do you look for people who can sing and act which of course no and here in yeah no here near Hollywood that probably gets exacerbated but then people immediately if they're in the business world and they're aware of the word talent being kind of another word for human resource verses or people in the organization then they start asking me about talent acquisition and hiring and I really don't know anything about that what I know is developing talent helping to keep people growing and engaged and motivated stay produce highly in your organization once you have them so it's the first time actually brought anyone on the show to talk about this other aspect of talent which is how to bring them on in the first place so I'm really looking forward to speaking with you about that but before we get started I always ask my guests to introduce their professional journey briefly where did you start and how did you get door you are today in a non linear PA started in public accounting they've got a degree in finance started in the world of auditing and public accounting and then migrated Through you start up into recruiting kind of by accident where I really discovered you know where I really love recruiting and hiring accountants at that time and then had an operation neither I actually got recruited myself back into public accounting recruiting accountants four. CBS and then I said you know I have another business idea and I started it's just within a CPA firm helping companies hire accountants. The one thing to another and I said you know there's a lot more going on here than just meeting Buckton seats if you will and much more than just the accounting arena who ended up exiting that PPA herm launched my company Higher Education H. R. E. The thought process behind not being he we're gonNA teach you how to hire educate you about hiring and really opened up a whole new world around how we hire the process and strategy behind hiring as well as that full cycle search component and that's where we are today very cool telling grows no I love the andering paths because it proves that none of us necessarily come out knowing from the beginning what were meant to do or what we wanted to do and we.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In the news on this Friday morning Sacramento city unified school district's revised budget has been rejected gave the case Nick I'm a guy's has more the county apartment of education has denied the revised spending plan earlier this week it's the second time in the last month the plan by the district has been denied by the county Sacramento city unified school district is trying to make up for a twenty seven million dollar budget shortfall for the twenty twenty one school year the district avoided a potential state takeover for this school year but still faces deficits going forward county school officials say the district has until December thirty first to balance its budget the county superintendent of schools has adjusted the district's start making cuts as soon as possible we give the guy a snooze ninety three point one Kathy Kay that city barring cafe is closing after forty three years in old Sacramento the Sacramento business journal is reporting the restaurant which is owned by the same company who runs Frank fats is citing a decline in business along with higher operational costs as its reason for shutting down they also say the cost of parking has discourage people from coming to old Sacramento that city is one of the oldest restaurants in old Sacramento and founder Frank fat was part of the original push to revitalize that part of the waterfront back in the nineteen seventies several small clusters of earthquakes have hit over the past few weeks across northern California KFBK Zach Barnes spoke with the scientists about the new state wide early warning system damage from earthquakes can be downplayed due to sturdy buildings and growing technology like the new warning system that can picture taking twenty seconds before it occurs it's important to keep growing these innovations as earthquakes can also disrupt economic progress is doctor Kimberly please New York from San Jose state infrastructure of that gas pipelines that bring energy from basically Texas you have the big earthquake you disrupt that energy source we have a big earthquake you close they support Los Angeles Long Beach where you can no longer transport could you know across the world further listening acts as the series of earthquakes this week serve as a reminder to have a preparedness kit with plenty of food and water Zachary Barnes news ninety three point one KFBK the trump administration is reinstating foreign aid to El Salvador Honduras and Guatemala K. if BK's mark Mayfield reports acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean and made that announcement during a meeting in San Salvador this after president trump said on Twitter that the three central American countries had each signed historic asylum cooperation agreements and are working to decrease the scores of human smuggling truck directed secretary of state Mike Pompeii to halt the aid until the country's took sufficient action to slow down the number of migrants coming to the US border mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. time now for the top national stories a news ninety three point one KFBK.

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Which she wants funded from shareholders rather than taxpayers the governor Newsome call the utilities mismanagement of the shut off on acceptable and said it was clear the utility was not prepared to either conduct or implement the shut off the public utilities commission is also issuing sanctions on P. Jeannie out of the store getting international attention the FBI reportedly is investigating a Sacramento based cannabis business Cape becuz auntie Clawson has more that business call Las allegedly bribed public officials to get preferential treatment during the license approval process the Sacramento bee sites unidentified sources who say the FBI will be seeking information about payments made to local officials however an FBI spokeswoman told the paper that the agency does not comment on investigations the Sacramento business journal reports that mayor Darrell Steinberg has joined the call for an investigation of the city's campus businesses following those reports B. also reportedly found ties between call us and Ukrainian born businessman and Drake skin to skin is one of four people indicted last week on campaign finance charges including some associates of Rudy Giuliani who is of course president trump's attorney any Costa news ninety three point one KFBK California has become the first state to ban the sale of her products cave BK's Veronica Carter has more on the controversial new law the new law will prohibit the sale and manufacture of new for products but will not apply the used for products or for use for cultural or religious purposes floor dies with the group in defense of animals says California continues to lead the way in animal rights California has drawn a line in the sand and said tracing animals this way for fashion is not fast and California will not stand for it critics of the new law believe it could create a black market for for products in the state in a statement for information council spokesperson keep Kaplan says governor Newsome is now made California the first state in the nation to abolish a centuries old lawful highly regulated job producing environmentally sound tax paying industry the new law will go into effect in January twenty twenty three Veronica Carter news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. former vice president Joe Biden's son hunter says in retrospect getting involved with the Ukrainian gas company was poor judgment in a new interview with ABC's Good Morning America out this morning hunter Biden Mitzi made mistake Republican representative Jim Jordan of Ohio says he's skeptical of Biden's explanation sounds like he's just upset that he got caught in this ridiculous arrangement president trump is accused Joe Biden and his son of corruption over vice president Joe Biden's work to dismiss a Ukrainian prosecutor was investigating the gas company that hunter Biden had ties to now let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK hunter.

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And afternoons. Data has news, ninety three point one k PK clear skies tonight, down to sixty tomorrow, sunny in ninety four Thursday sunny and only eighty six degrees. It is ninety seven in Stockton eighty and Truckee and ninety six in Sacramento, news, ninety three point one B PK, and it's kitty O'Neil, and Mike Hagerty has your business in money news. It's Kelly brothers from Burford and brothers so fed beginning of meeting today. They'll now sir decision on rates tomorrow, even if they don't cut rates, if they signal their intention to cut rates in July the market could see both as being positive we'll have to wait and see how that plays out today. It was the European Central Bank, signaling they intend to retain a relatively easy money policy in the market likes to see that, of course, Europe does not have the inflation rate, we have does not have the growth rate. We have easy money should be in place. There were a little bit more in the gray area. We'll see what the fed decides to do Morrow and how the president response after that. Also, the president indicating that he's had a phone conversation with president Xi of China. They will have an extended meeting at the G twenty summit next week in Japan. Let's check the final numbers. Dow up three fifty three twenty six four sixty five NASDAQ up one wait at seventy nine fifty three. The SNP up twenty eight points SNP within one percent now of its all time, high gold up eight thirteen fifty announce ten year bond, yield two point zero six percent. Thank you, Kelly, six twenty three and breaking business news. The Sacramento business journal, reporting that the operators of the locally owned dimple records chain are closing all their stores store closing sale starts tomorrow will likely last a few months..

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"But first our top story this hour, the accused ringleader of a sprawling college admission scam is pleading guilty. William Rick singer who has ties to Sacramento caught charges of racketeering, money laundering, and obstruction of Justice in a Massachusetts court today singer collected twenty five million dollars in bribes to get the children of rich. Parents into colleges would con- involve cheating on ACT and SAT exams or creating fake sports profiles to get the students into college on sports scholarships. Federal prosecutors announced charges against nearly fifty people including actresses, Felicity Huffman. Laurie Laughlin super rich CEO's to SAT or a CPA exam administrators and nine coaches at elite. Schools also have been charged. So who is the man at the center of the scam? And what are his connections to Sacramento and Clawson joins us live in-studio to tell us more. Thank you. Kitty. William Rick singer ran college prep coaching companies in the Sacramento area from the mid nineties onwards. He was once a basketball coach in area, but turned from coaching sports to helping students get into colleges with I company future stars. According to the website of the key, which is the company named in the indictment singer left future stars in the late nineties to become a senior executive at the money store, which was headquartered in west Sacramento, but a two thousand five profile of singer in the Sacramento business journal shows he returned to the college prep coaching life. Now, two of singers employees who are from Folsom were also named an indictment today. Sixty nine year old Stephen Missouri. And thirty two year old Michaela Sanford are both being charged with federal racketeering charges. All right Andy clause in their reporting. Thank you just ahead on the cave afternoon. News thinking of colleges. Could there be Cal State Stockton? In our future. News Radio KK, traffic.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Brothers. No. And I've I've heard of these going on. But this is the first development in Sacramento business journal. It's going to happen out Rockland. These are what are called hobby condo sites. Think of them as a souped up storage units where you can first of all condo. So in other words, you're buying equity in that position. You're not just renting it month to month. But also, the these you can certainly store your RV. You can store your boat. You can store your Christmas boxes. Whatever you want to put in there. However, you can also turn it into a workspace. A man cave a lounge whio could be a full little fulfillment center. If you have a home based business upgrades on these things include a kitchen et cabinets cabinet a wet bar. So it's kind of taking storage units to a to a whole new level. And it looks like. There's going to be one of these developments business journal out in the rocklin area. Overall, the market is doing just fine. Still waiting for the tweet from the press because this all has to do with congress seemingly coming to an agreement to avoid a government shutdown and it partially fund the wall. But of course, the president hasn't weighed in yet. And if he vetoes it well here comes the shutdown, but for now, we're up Dow up three thirty to twenty five three eighty five NASDAQ up ninety seven to seventy four zero five the s&p up thirty two points all up nearly two percent. Gold up to thirteen fourteen announced ten year bond yield two point six eight percent. Thank you.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Checks your money with Kelly brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers bread store. If you live or work in midtown. You know, the bread store you've probably been there many times. Well, you don't have much longer to go because it's gonna shut its doors after February seventh as a proposal to move a cannabis dispensary to that location has moved forward in the city planning process. So after twenty nine years the bread store is in its final week of existence. At least where it is right now. All this according to the Sacramento business journal market overall today hired the fed pledging to remain patient with rate hikes, and that was enough for a fit for the market to continue. It's January rally. Dow up four thirty five at twenty five thousand fourteen NASDAQ up one fifty four seventy one eighty three the s&p up forty one points. Major averages now up six to seven percent on the month after a very tough month of December. Three two one advances over decliners. Gold up six at thirteen eighteen announced ten year bond yield two point six seven percent. And it's five twenty three drive at five continues on the KFB K afternoon news. The White House briefing. Some of the top members of the congressional intelligence. Committees are criticizing President Trump for undermining his own intelligence. Chiefs house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said it was quote, deeply dangerous at the White House is not listening to the assessments of its own intelligence community. President Trump tweeted the agencies heads are quote extremely passive and naive following their testimony Tuesday in which they characterized threats from Iran North Korea and elsewhere much differently than President Trump has the democratic vice chairman of the Senate intelligence committee. Mark Warner said the president is quote, undermining the intelligence community to fit his alternate. Reality alley Rogan ABC news Capitol Hill in Venezuela. Mass demonstrations expected today in support of the man the United States now recognizes as the country's leader nationally assembly national assembly, president Juan Guido the White House says President Trump spoke by phone with Venezuelan opposition leader one Guido and expressed his quote strong support for Venice. Suelas fight to regain its democracy. A statement from the White House says quite oh, thank the president for the US commitment to freedom and prosperity in Venezuela and the region. The call comes as large protests are scheduled to take place across Venezuela Wednesday as pressure builds for president Madero to step down. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Senator Lindsey Graham is demanding the FBI justify the tactics it used to arrest. President Trump's ally Roger stone on Friday, the South Carolina, Republican is chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee. He sent a letter to FBI director Christopher Wray today saying he had questions about the dawn arrest. More than a dozen armed agents, wearing tactical gear swarmed stones Florida home. I news crew from CNN was there to witness the arrest. Then network said has said that it was there because of unusual activity by the grand jury the previous day grandma's is requesting the FBI briefs his committee by February fifth. The United States has begun to implement President Trump's new policy on Silom seekers at the border in the past immigrants asking. For asylum were allowed to wait in the United States for the request to be heard. The problem says President Trump get lost in our country. And in some cases, these are not people that you want in the country last night. Hey, left under new US policy and asylum applicant was sent back to Mexico to wait out the process. Jim Ryan ABC news. And also in our White House briefing vice president Pence heading to Europe to talk with NATO members get nations to sign onto the president's Middle East. Peace ideas, ABC's Andy Field as some news from Washington on that later next month. Vice president Pence will visit Poland Germany, he'll talk about the president's plans on building a secure and stable Middle East. Mr. Pence will also talk with NATO nations about enhancing military strength. And once again, getting them to pay more for Europe's defense everyday on your way home during the drive at five on the KFI K after news at five twenty three you'll get a complete rundown of what happened at the White House and news about President Trump during the White House briefing, im kitty O'Neil with Mike Hagerty, getting a check of our traffic. Trouble spot now from Steve Harare. Good afternoon. We got a new crash for Sacramento that's in traffic coming up at five thirty complete traffic and weather together in three minutes. Plus the ACLU sues the Sacramento county sheriff. Yes and coming up fifteen. Minutes of nonstop news right here on the drive at five on NewsRadio Kaethe became. Free.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Casey array three meteorologist, Mark fine. Newsradio K forty-seven in grass valley thirty seven south Lake Tahoe. It's fifty four now in Sacramento, and it's six forty two time for K pick as top national stories. Marshall government shutdown over border wall. Funding is entering day twenty-seven with lawmakers no closer to a resolution shut down its place officers anxiety at a high level and in ready. Stressful job an environment as they wonder how they will pay for rent bills and childcare American federation of government employees, local twelve sixty president Bobby Roscoe says that the lives of eight hundred thousand federal workers are on the line a Georgia man accused of plotting a terror attack on the White House with an anti-tank rocket. Federal prosecutors say the FBI is arrested twenty one year old hasher tied following a year long investigation. British Prime Minister Theresa may says she's started meeting leaders of opposition parties about a new divorce deal from the European Union. It will not be an easy task. But MP's, no they have a duty to act in the national interest reach a consensus and get this done narrowly winning a no confidence vote today. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. Now more stories we're following here on KFI became predicted snowfall on the Sierra has resorts prepping for a busy holiday weekend, the fresh powder, they're going to get perfect for skiing and snowboarding. And if you're headed that way for the weekend, just be sure to pack the chains and check your tire tread before you head out. Cal trans says to expect slow moving traffic and they also recommend downloading the quick map app for current travel and road conditions. Forecasters say Sacramento's recent business, boom is likely to face challenges in the months ahead. But has the ability to stay ahead of any national downturn. Speaking at the Sacramento business journal and business reviews annual economic forecast of it sucks. Day finance professor, sewn Shavarsh says the capital city must provide a more competitive business climate, you gotta Dicker serious. Look asked to how we do business. How long does it take to do business, and what does it cost to do business because those are all things that companies basically look at when they decided they want to relocate Jim wonderman, president of the bay area. Council believes the capital city can benefit by looking at the bay area in the Sacramento region as one area instead of two. Start to develop the infrastructure necessary. So that people can feel very comfortable working in one place and living in another and going back and forth. We don't have that wonderment believes it's also important for the business community to better communicate its policy needs to incoming lawmakers. Joe Michaels, NewsRadio K F B K. And it's time for that familiar. Knock on the door. From your neighborhood girl scout everybody has their favorite flavor of girl scout cookies probably sales started this week CEO, Linda Farley says their new flavor is very popular. The new flavor is a caramel chocolate. Chip gluten free peanut three cookie that is turning out to be very popular. So we I I couldn't imagine that. We may be limited in how many we have. But it's a very it's turned out to be very popular cookie. Looking at our online sales so far and the money raised has paid for Simpson's in Sacramento and Modesto. No lonnie. Kenyan says it also funds experiences. Just went to the US as hornet using our cookie money from last year. So I think it's a really great leadership. And entrepreneurship. Outlive, we can earn more money and really get the girl scout team out there. In the heart of central California council sells about twenty six million boxes at five dollars a piece in many are donated to troops overseas. Speaking of yummy things, Bernie, researchers say if you've got a persistent, cough, try reaching for chocolate they studied more than one hundred sixty patients randomly, prescribing either codeine cough syrup or chocolate based medicine called rococo, and what they found is a significant improvement of symptoms in two days in patients taking the chocolate medicine compared to cough syrup. They think it's because chocolate is stickier maybe forming a protective coating on the throat. So now, there's researchers recommend in sucking on a piece of chocolate if you have an acting cough or maybe. Six forty six. I'm giddy O'neil along with Mike Hagerty, Sacramento's news, traffic, and weather continues. Dana has has our traffic troublespot one more reminder for you. We have chain controls on both fifty and eighty at this time also wind advisories very gusty winds. That's going to be on the bypass on. I five and also on the causeway on eighty so be prepared for that. Next report coming up at six fifty. Just ahead on the case McKay. Afternoon news, another check of business. So we've Kelly brothers. Fears will remain open or a lot of the stores will question now is for how long that story and final numbers five minutes. Plus the new year news quiz coming up our Wednesday night all ahead in the next fifteen minutes on NewsRadio decay. This looks like it's going to be the biggest storm so far this season. I'm Christina Mendonca higher elevations in the Sierra could get six feet of snow. Join Dan Mitchelson and me we're looking at more possible limbs down trees down power outages. Storm team coverage on the KF became morning news. I don't think the rain is going to be as much of an issue as the wind is going to be just in case of the power goes out have fresh batteries in your portable radio gusts up over forty to fifty miles per hour. So the storm's gonna be stronger than the last one we had two Sundays ago. Newsradio K K depend on it. Sacramento has a new number one station for relaxing favorites at work ninety two point five. The. Everyone's changing the station to relaxing favorites at work Landy, two point five the breeze an ad from dad save.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And more stories we're following for you here on KFI came up and down. California are facing nightmare weather tonight. NBC meteorologist Bill Karen's with detail. Blizzard in the mountains. We're going see flash flowing reluctantly to get some mud and debris flows out of this. And maybe even some wind damage. Forecasters say heavy rain and snow threatening areas burned over by wildfires last year and thousands of people are being ordered to evacuate. The western foothills of the Sierra Nevada and the northern coast range could see four to eight inches of rainfall over the next two days. The higher elevations of the Sierra could get six feet of snow and blizzards driven by one hundred ten mile an hour winds national weather services and even bigger storm is on its way in now it has hit the bay area. And we are just getting word this from KTV you television in Oakland that a tree has fallen in the wind at the Oakland. Cal trans headquarters. There was a homeless encampment there and one person has died crushed by that tree felled by the wind. All right. It's six fifteen now at NewsRadio KF PK. Well, Sacramento's economy's been booming in recent years. Forecasters say the capital city will face challenges in the months ahead. Speaking of. Sacramento business journal and business reviews annual economic forecast event. Sex state, finance professor Sanjay, he says the capital city labor forces stagnant and that could slow run of business prosperity in the region. The question is now going forward, even if he did have more jobs to felt where others people are gonna come from. Where's the skill labor? Gonna come from version. He says local graduates are coming out with degrees in fields that aren't in high demand.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"John Brennan, icy NewsRadio KF became a suspect was shot. And killed by officers Tuesday night on a highway off ramp in Roseville after shooting two people in south plaster county. The sheriff's office says the incident began about seven o'clock when law enforcement got numerous calls of a man brandishing a handgun at people throughout plaster county. The sheriff's office says the suspect fired several gun shots from his truck as it travelled along rock springs road in Penrhyn ninety three year old Mary Tostes was in her home when she was hit and killed by one of those bullets. A second person was also hit by the suspects gunfire. And a third person was shot at in Luma's, but was not hit following up pursuit that ended on westbound interstate eighty and highway sixty five the suspect was shot and killed a canine officer was injured, but is expected to recover. No other details released in the incident does remain under investigation economic. Forecasters say Sacramento's recent business booms likely to face challenges in the months ahead. But has the ability to stay ahead of any national downturn. Newsradio KF peak. Gays. Joe Michaels is covering that story. He's with us live in the studio. Joe speaking, the Sacramento business journal and business reviews annual economic forecast event, sac state, finance professor Sanjay varsity, says the capital city must provide a more competitive business climate, you gotta dick of serious look as to how we do business. How long does it take to do business, and what does it cost to do business because those are all things that companies basically look at when they decide they want to relocate Jim wonderman, president of the bay area council believes the capital city can benefit by looking at the bay area and the Sacramento region as one area instead of two as start to develop the infrastructure necessary. So that people can feel very comfortable working in one place and living in another going back and forth. We don't have that wonderman believes it's also important for the business community to better communicate its policy needs to incoming lawmakers. Kitty. All right, Joe Michaels there, thank you. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot now from Dana house lovely Rancho Marietta shingle road at Latrobe road. We have a report of the water across all lanes. Four inches or more..

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Are thousands of California kids who are left behind to in the next year we fully funded so low income in Canossa three and four year olds to get Kengo, but also middle income families who are just outside the income limit. This will add another one hundred thousand slots will cost about one point five billion dollars the package also calls for more preschool facilities in the state to the tune of five hundred million dollars. That'll be a bond on your twenty twenty ballot. This package means that low income kids all neighborhoods. We'll have access to the education they deserve in Sacramento. Cassandra Webb NewsRadio KFC K cannabis dispensaries in Sacramento could see bare shelves again. After one of the city's testing companies has lost his license. Sequoia analytical labs had been falsifying data the testing requirements went into effect on July first of this year at the time stores had to sell off untested, inventory and the lack of testing facilities meant that. Product was scarce for several weeks. According to the Sacramento business journal sequoia labs was not able to test for dozens of the more than sixty pesticides required. But still gave an okay to the product labs director has been let go and managers are hopeful to get things back on track by early next year. In the meantime, Sacramento is left with only three companies to do the testing which could put a crunch on distributors dispensaries and growers trying to get their product to market John Brennan, Z, NewsRadio KFB k seven thirty seven. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot from Ryan that we still have crews responding to that report of an accident southbound highway ninety nine at west L boulevard vehicles off the roadway there that doesn't appear to be adding to the slowing in that spot right now..

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Decision for the sacramento business journal and he joins us now on the kcbs ring central newsline thanks so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us what are we talking about are we talking about members of the union that is calling the strike or are we talking about some employees who might have been striking charity so it's a little bit of both there are some some members of the union that are calling the strike that we'll have to report for work however the union had also set aside some workers and agreed to supply them actually before the court action was filed but the there are about over one hundred nurses that will have to report for work as well they're part of the california nurses association and they they are striking in solidarity but the judge ruled that over a hundred of them will have to report for work and in terms of the union members the members of asked me who are going to be required to report to work what are their job titles what makes them essential so it actually there are a range of of different titles some include a pharmacist include a respiratory therapists others work in highly specialized kind of field so it's it's individuals that the university claimed they would not be able to find replacements for either because there there are very specialized or the they would have to there have to be required to have additional training before they would be ready to go and hit the floor you just mentioned and this is also understanding there already had been somewhat of an agreement between the university system and the union that some people would nonetheless go to work because they are essential but could this ruling set a precedent or was there precedent before that has the potential to limit the ability of unions to strike so this may set a precedent moving forward back in two thousand thirteen when there were similar strikes the unions also agreed to provide certain employees to ensure that there were at least minimal staffing levels in public safety wasn't at risk however the unions were looking to supply that same number this year in this year strike however the court ruled that additional employees will have to be provided as well so it may set a precedent moving forward up certainly it shows that the.

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"sacramento business journal" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento business journal" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"So much that's attached to this form of energy it's it's it's amazing it seems like our relationship with money can be one of our greatest spiritual teachers you know the our spiritual teachers in life tend to be those situations people people or or events that call upon us to wake up that presents real challenges for us and that really danielle that's exactly how it is with us in our relationship with money for many of us it's for most of us it's just a big challenge and an opportunity to wake up let me let me because dr maria nemeth is she's a clinical psychologist and when you spent twenty eight years talking to people you get a perspective about life that is i think more valuable than anything you could do if you want people to really transform in all ways and when you think about that plus you put that together with working with the sacramento business journal and working in the department of psychiatry at the university of california davis school of medicine what i love about this conversation that we're about to have and so i said to you maria is i said well what about belief systems you said you know i don't really want to have a conversation about belief systems because it's so far down the line compared to the spiritual effect and the experience people have in relationship to money i thought that was really intriguing because most people go well what's your belief system is what it's all about what you believe so i want you to start us off by really kind of hone owning in on what you mean when you say the energy of money.

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