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"It is really jammed up in that area. But once you get past that, that let's say Douglas, before you get to Kirby, it's gonna finally let up. Traffic on the tens, Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Stena has news 93.1 kfbk. Thank you, Gina. And now your kfbk forecast tonight will be clear and cold. Well, ceelo tonight 32 to 36 tomorrow and Saturday Plenty of sunshine both days tomorrow we reach a high 60 to 64 Saturday. Expect a high 62 to 66. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. And right now we've got outgrow that 57 55 Golden 57 in Rancho Cordova. 601 is our time Now at KFBK your top national story. The house this afternoon voted to strip committee assignments from freshman Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Majority leader Steny Hoyer is American, a Maryland Democrat. He spoke during the House debate and had a blown up photo that he said Green had posted to Facebook. A few months ago. It showed her holding up a R 15 next to pictures of three progressive members of Congress. Caption. Read squads. Worst nightmare. Nothing. Would be an abdication of our moral responsibility to our colleagues. To the house. To our values. To the truth. And to our country. Minority leader Kevin McCarthy is Republican from California. He says. The Democrats move is purely partisan and they're creating a double standard. How about when the chairwoman of Financial services Committee told supporters at a rally in 2017? She was a member. Then, unlike the person we're talking about today, if you see anyone from the Cabinet In a restaurant in a department store at gasoline Station. You get out. You create a crowd. You push back on them. Green will now be removed from the House budget and education and labor committees, 11 Republicans joined Democrats and calling for her removal. Your top local story. If you think the E D D fraud scandal requires some major changes, you're in good company keep the case. Greg Fishman tells us. Several members of the California simply haven't introduced a package of bills to change the way the employment development Department Does business E. D. D has been plagued by old technology and old processes. For years, there's still massive backlogs of claims and maybe as much as $30 billion in fraud Assemblyman David Chu from San Francisco. What we had heard for many, many months was that entity was focused on fraud to the exclusion of getting benefits out in a timely way too honest Californians. And what we learned from the audits was they were actually doing Neither, too is leading the reform effort with plans to set up a fraud task force that might be able to recover some of the money illegally paid out. The reform package also creates an E D d Oversight board and an office of claimant rights to help people with legitimate claims get paid. All of this still needs legislative approval and the governor's signature. Greg Fishman News 93.1 KFBK and more news. Now with KFBK is Joe Michael's Kitty. Even with a surplus of over $93 million, the Sacramento City Unified School District is still threatening to cut programs. KFBK is Jensen radar tells us they're citing budget problems. Tonight's board meeting, the Sacrament of City Teachers Association will ask the superintendent to not implement the proposed fiscal recovery plan because it will unnecessarily cut school programs. C T. A President David Fisher calls these cuts unacceptable. District has continually projected incorrectly, and they're doing it again, especially in light of the new research to come from the federal government and from the state government in Gavin Newsom's proposed budget. There's no reason whatsoever to make these cuts, Fisher explains. The proposed budget is consistently inaccurate budgeting for cuts and adding to the reserve wasting millions. He says. This is not the time to cut from schools. They are already facing unprecedented challenges. Incinerator news 93.1 kfbk Plaster Ville Police have arrested two people in connection with the death of an 11 year old boy. Roman Lopez was initially reported missing from his home last January. Police then searched the house and found his body in a storage bin in the basement. Chief Zhou Ren says the boy's father and stepmother were arrested in Calipari's county last night and charged with several crimes. Although not tops, you revealed no obvious signs of trauma. Roman was found to be severely malnourished and dehydrated at the time of his death. Chief friend says Charges include torture, failing to provide for a child and poisoning the parents are now being held in the Calvary's County jail will eventually be transferred Eldorado County and arraigned within a few days. Seven other Children in the home are now with other family or child protective services. A bipartisan group of senators is trying to keep high earners from getting the $1400 stimulus check in President Biden's rescue package. Tom Roberts has details 16 senators filed an amendment that does not specify eligibility levels for the checks. The current plan is for individuals making $75,000 or less or couples making 150,000 or less Get checks. West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin and Maine Republican Susan Collins are leading the push to lower limits. Tom Roberts News 93.1 KFBK It's 606 on the kfbk Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. All right, Thank you. Joe and San Francisco's famous Cliff House is expected to become a restaurant again after all. Previous restaurant operating in the scenic National Park Service building for almost 50 years, lost its lease and closed in December. At the time, the federal agency said the state of the food industry Made another restaurant unfeasible. But it's reversing its dance this week after pressure from the San Francisco supervisors, the city's Travel and Restaurant Association's a Chamber of Commerce and Senator Dianne Feinstein. It now says the goal is to find another restaurant operator, possibly as early as this spring. 607 coming up. It's 6 11. We'll see how our polls doing your today ranking President Biden's job approval and we'll get to that coming up right now. Top national stories on news 93.1 Cave Becae from ABC News. I'm Daria holding her. It's called the Vote a Rama. That's the official Senate term for a nonstop consideration of budget amendments. It's part of the.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Road in front of you and one of pass it along called kfbk traffic tip line style pounds 50 and say traffic. Traffic on the tens, Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. He was 93.1 kfbk Makes the clouds and sunshine today highs a 55 59 cloudy skies tonight Here's arrange those 45 49. A little morning rain tomorrow. Otherwise mostly cloudy 55 59. Make it with a meteorologist. How's it Gong Li Yu's 93.1 kfbk. This forecast brought to you by the Bell Brothers currently in Elk Grove. 34 degrees not of the stories trending on this Friday morning. Coronavirus, very latest news 93.1 kfbk. The FDA is expected to give final approval to the new fighter covered 19 vaccine. It will roll out almost immediately. UC Davis health is among those set to receive first doses next week. KFBK Sneaky McGahee's with detailed medical center is along at least seven California hospitals chosen to receive the first round of vaccines. Once they receive the vaccines, they'll begin distributing them to a limited number of employees based on rest to cove in 19. Among their work functions. The facility has a designated storage freezer for the vaccines that could hold vials containing 150,000 doses. Nikola got his news 93.1 kfbk. Elsewhere in the news this morning, school principals and one local school district are offering to take a pay cut. KFBK Jensen Raeder reports as the Sacramento City Unified School District faces an $18 million deficit. School board members will soon vote on budget cuts.

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

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"And extreme low humidity levels. It's only been two days since power was fully restored after the last public safety outage. Teachers from three local school districts in Sacramento want to postpone in person instruction until 2021 teachers from the Thomas Twin Rivers and Sacramento City Unified School District have written a letter asking school officials to delay in person learning sack City Teachers Association president David Fisher says classrooms aren't ready yet. It's fair to say very unlikely things would have to change. Very quickly. You know, we are already mid October rate. It's gonna take time. Tio filters chance to get the peepee in place. Fisher ads They want to put out a date for schools but know that they want to let science guide when that will be. When safe to go back to in person Learning and the creek fire now 61% contained contained after burning a little over 350,000 acres. Full containment. Still plan for the 31st cause of the fire remains under investigation. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana Hess and brought to you by D E. A take bagged a October 24th DEA take back dot com North 99 47th Avenue West offer and we have a traffic hazard. Apparently, somebody blocking the lanes there and traffic starting to back up from that. Plus, we had an earlier accident and Broadway. Getting it cleaned of a traffic is slow. Because of that westbound Etienne Pen run road. We had a big rig that apparently the brakes are on fire. There. The drums themselves. CHP is at the scene of their don't slowing yet anyway, with that, otherwise westbound Cap city little slow and go as you come in from El Camino Avenue to the river and some heavy traffic South bound I five, making the transition on the eastbound 50 and take back your unused or expired prescription medications at the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration's national prescription drug. Back day Saturday, October 24th to find a collection of, uh, collection site near you, please. With the DEA, take back dot com Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 kpk. I got the sand turned it warm by 89 93 tonight Clear the lower 51 to 55 say very warm tomorrow Wednesday, mostly study each day. Hi, Tamara 89 93 I Wednesday 87 to 91 banking whether it's $5.93.1 kfbk. Now. Sonny 89 degrees in Sacramento. John Byrne. I see News. 93.1 kfbk in less than 30 minutes. Breaking news, the second in heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk.

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02:06 min | 1 year ago

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"September, dropping the unemployment rate to 11% this morning. There's still no deal on a new federal legislation help people struggling to pay their bills as a result of the pandemic, ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce has the latest after months of on again, off again talks on a stimulus The window for action here is closing and now House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is putting on a deadline. She says they need a deal by tomorrow. But that seems almost impossible that two sides here are still far apart on how much to spend and what to spend it on, meaning millions of Americans who are still looking to Washington for some relief. Are likely going to have to wait until after the election. Now. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is set to put forward a plan this week, which includes money for unemployment benefits. It also provides more money for the paycheck protection program. Teachers from three local school districts in Sacramento want to postpone in person instruction until 2021 teachers from Natomas Twin Rivers and Sacramento City Unified School District have written a letter asking school officials to delay in person learning until 2021 your sack City Unified Teachers Association president David Fisher. He says the classrooms aren't ready. It's fair to say it's very unlikely. I mean, things have changed very quickly. You know, we are already mid October rate. It's gonna take time. Tio filter change to get the peepee in place Fisher ads They want to put a date out of date to shoot for, but knows they also want to let science God them too, when it will be safe to go back to learning in person. A new cease fire knocked over the weekend between Armenia and Azerbaijan did not last long Kfbk is Bill's infer, has the latest After an initial ceasefire failed to take hold on October 10th. Russia brokered a new deal over the weekend to stop the fighting Within hours each country was accusing the other of violating the agreement. More than 800 people have now died, including civilians since the two countries started the conflict over a disputed border area on September 27th. Fills in for news 93.1 kfbk carry your national stories now from ABC Clock is ticking for.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"PG and e equipment Friday, more than two weeks after the fire began in a remote area north of the Shasta County Community of Ego. With more news. Here's Joe Michael's Hurricane Delta continues its track north with sustained winds of 115 miles an hour. The Category three storm is such a slam into Lake Charles, Louisiana, about 25 miles away from where Hurricane Laura roared ashore in August. Baton Rouge Mayor President Sharon Western Broom says they got 10 inches of rain from Delta's outer bands overnight as of 7, a.m. our parish wide emergency response teams. Supported 23 water assistance calls Do Two vehicles stalled in high water room says they got 10 inches of rain overnight and more is expected this evening. Stay off of our roadways for the duration of Delta. I repeat, please. Stay in place. New orleansmayor LaToya Cantrell says they're still watching for wind and rain. The peak will occur between 4 P.m. and midnight. US. The storm surge outside of the levee protection system continues to be something that we remain focused and prepared for. The storm is slowly heading away from New Orleans, but city leaders are still watching for heavy rain overnight and possible tornadoes spawned by Hurricane Delta. The Sacramento City Unified School District is opening learning hubs that six of its schools superintendent Jorge Bagwell, are saying distance learning is presenting many challenges. But the hub's will give students a free place to go and get help. We look forward to working with our labor partner so that we can continue to work toward The opening of our schools. Each hub is open to 40. Students will be required to wear face coverings social distance and have their temperatures checked. Children of essential workers, homeless Children and those with special needs will get priority placement. Sacramento City Council is expected to vote Tuesday to allow 10 new storefront marijuana dispensaries in the city. The council has discussed holding a lottery to choose the 10 new shop owners for the Sacramento Bee. Now reports the council directed staff to instead select them based on whether applicants will be able to successfully submitted complete application for a dispensary permit, be able to successfully operate a dispensary and utilized criteria reasonably necessary to protect the public's health. Safety and welfare..

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Push temperatures back into the low nineties. By the middle of next week, Northern California won't be seeing the large amounts of rain forecasters had been predicting a few days ago. It's for 02 on the KFBK Afternoon news. Thanks show now our top national story. President Trump says he wants to give more stimulus money than both Democrats or Republicans want to give the president appearing on the Rush Limbaugh show on KFBK. Say he's holding China responsible for the Corona virus, and that he wants to help Americans in need. I would like to see a bigger package. I'd like to see money going to people. It was not their fault that China Sent in the plague. It wasn't their fault, and China is going to pay a big price. Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thinks a deal on a new stimulus package is unlikely before November's election. I just think the situation's kind of murky and I think the murkiness is a result of the proximity of the election and everybody kind of trying to elbow for political advantage. I'd like to see his rise above that, like we did back in March and April, but I think that's unlikely in the next three weeks McConnell says three weeks is an unlikely timeline to settle on a comprehensive deal. The White House and House Democrats have been deadlocked for weeks as the economy struggles to recover from the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. Here's more of Joe. The Sacramento City Unified School District is opening learning hubs that six of its schools superintendent Jorge Og well, are saying distance learning is presenting many challenges. But the hub's will give students a free place to go and get help. We look forward to working.

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01:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Top local stories. Learning hubs are now open at six Sacramento City Unified School district sites. The hubs will provide small groups of students with distance learning assistance and other activities during the pandemic. Each hub is open to 40 students. At each school, the students will meet on campus with social distancing temperature checks and mask requirements. Students who are the Children of essential workers, homeless Children and those with special needs will get priority placement in the learning hubs. An invasive species of mosquito that can carry Zika virus is detected in Sacramento. Those Marie's Luz Maria roadless with Sacramento YOLO Vector Mosquito in Vector Control District says it's the first time the mosquitoes were found in traps in Sacramento County. She adds that residents construct the invasive species by from breeding by eliminating water sources around their property. These are small container breeding mosquitoes means that they can breed in artificial containers. That is a plant saucer, a small bird bath, a bottle cap, a bucket of water, anything that has left outside, she says. The Zika virus is potentially harmful to pregnant women and can cause birth defects. However, not everyone who's contracted the virus will experience symptoms. And it appears California's deep budget cuts are here to stay. Lawmakers say the Golden State is likely to feel the financial impacts of the ongoing health crisis throughout the remainder of this year and well into next year. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana Hess, right to buy indeed dot com right now, South down 99 issue Get Road the offer of their minor injury collision. They're saying all the vehicles on the shoulder. I believe four involved there, But traffic is backed up to l grow boulevards and take a little while to a clear East Park. Wait Floren Road. We also have a report of a.

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

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

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

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01:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Front of you and one pass it along all the kfbk traffic tip line dial pound 2 50 say traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 K. 0 K. Forecast for today. The high in the Valley 92 degrees and then we're looking at 102 to 106 tomorrow and as high as 110 on Sunday, so it's going to be a very hot weekend. Oh, man, 6 61 out now it feels great right now. Beautiful morning right now. Alright. Well, there is word this morning that three Sacramento schools. Will change their names. KFBK Sneak a mega. His report, the Sacramento City Unified School District is moving forward with plans to remove symbols of intolerance from campuses. The district plans to rename three schools Kit Carson International Academy, Sutter Middle School and Peter Burnett Elementary. Sacramento City Unified says the renaming of schools is part of the district's first effort to dismantle racism from within the system. Nika Mega Hiss News 93.1 CALF, IKEA. In other news this morning, the Twin Rivers Unified School District offering Cove in 19 saliva testing. It is part of the school district's plan to eventually get students back into the classroom for in per And learning. The Twin Rivers Unified School District has ordered 10,000 test kits from Rutgers University. A Republican Assemblyman says he doesn't get it. He is not a fan of California's new code 19 Color coded tier system. Can't be Kay's Mike back a report third district Assemblyman James Gallagher, doesn't like the tiered system and pins most of the blame on Governor Gavin Newsom. You gotta love this governor, right? I mean, it comes out this whole thing last week. Hey, I got a new color coded system, you know, look at these flashy, colorful tears. I've established but then you get into the fine print and all of means is.

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03:30 min | 1 year ago

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"President. Trump visited Kenosha yesterday, visiting the law enforcement in business owners Butts, Not with Jacob Blakes family the president during his visit, never mentioning Blake by name. Instead defending police saying officers sometimes quote choke similar to a golf player missing a putt you have Some bad apples. We all know that and those will be taken care of through the system. And nobody is going to be easy on him either. And you have people that joke. The Blake family did not meet with the president, instead hosting a day of community service at the site of the shooting. ABC is Monica's Our OB de Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his wife, Dr Joe Biden, will had to Kenosha tomorrow to hold a community roundtable following the police shooting of Jacob Blake in the protests and violence that followed the US speaking out on Germany's conclusion that Russia's opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, was poisoned by a Soviet era nerve agent. Axeman for the White House National Security Council. John Juilliard said in a written statement that the US is quote deeply troubled by the results. Russia denies Germany's findings You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk, John Venezia 10 02 with your top local stories. Sacramento City Unified School District and his teachers union haven't been able to agree on how much time students will need to spend with their instructors when distance learning begins. School Board President Jesse Ryan says the district has agreed to lower the overall time students need to spend on schoolwork but not the amount of structured class time. We feel very strongly that in order to ensure that all of our Children have equal access to instruction that that includes live instruction and targeted students support the dispute will ultimately be settled by me. Later. In the meantime, the district is providing teachers with two days of professional learning before classes start in a limited capacity tomorrow. The goal isto have the district's distance learning planned fully operational next Tuesday, September 8th Cal Expo leaders are thanking state lawmakers for the infusion of cash. I don't keep the place running until at least next year, Cal Expo was on the brink of closing after cancelling the state fair thee The facility announced that more than half of Cal Expo employees would be laid off. The grounds have now been used for drive through covert 19 testing locations for Sacramento County and maintenance on Sacramento's Levings levees and critical waterways is set to start this week. Utility crews will be working on levees, service roads, re armoring areas under bridges and clearing debris that could serve as a flood risk. Traffic and weather together. Here's Brian Nobles eastbound Highway 50 Connect. Arantes found Cap City Freeway still shut down due to that overturned box truck. We don't have an estimated time of getting it re open. If you got to get onto the cap City Freeway, your alternate route is he's down. 52 South down 99 Get off in Centerville 12th Avenue Back on 200 down the highway 99 at that same spot, And that'll take you onto the eastbound cap City freeway traffic on the tans every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons used 93.1 kfbk. Easy sunshine again Today patches of smoked the high 88 92 mainly clear and easy tonight with a low of 57 61 sunshine and easy tomorrow with a high of 91 to 95 body, Mostly sunny, hazy and hot with a high of 93 97 Mac, you other meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. Saturday and Sunday. We could see highs again in triple digits Sunday. Maybe even a size 109 right now. 69 degrees in Sacramento. John Byrne. I see News.

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04:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Service. Paul's can do the job. Kitty O'Neil, the KFBK Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk now trending It's 5 16 now kfbk. And today we have protestors that gathered at our Sacramento County jail. The main jail down there is seventh and I and law enforcement and surround the building. They've I had some traffic diverted. There was some trouble. There were some traffic issues, but police have been there and moved traffic around to avoid the protesters. Containment growing around the Bay Area more than two weeks after a freak lightning storm spark dozens of wildfires. Also a bill on Governor Newsome's desk would allow California fire departments to hire former prison inmates. The measure would apply to ex convicts with experience fighting fires while they were in prison. But Are prevented from getting jobs as firefighters because of their criminal records. And at 5 16. We're going in depth now on students in the Sacramento City Unified School District will begin distance learning later this week, but escaped the case. Joe Michaels is live in studio to tell us there's still in dispute over just how long they'll need to spend with their teachers. We'll issue Kitty is the amount of class time students will be required to attend. While specific time. Differences vary by great levels. Let's start with a look in kindergarten. The difference between the district's plan an escape plan is that the district plan at the kindergarten Level would provide 140 minutes of live instruction with students and only 40 minutes for independent work as plan would provide 90 minutes of live instruction and 19 minutes. Of independent study for a student in kindergarten school board President Jesse Ryan saying while 140 minutes of class time for a kindergartner might initially cause attention span concerns, it's important to keep its use in contacts that 140 minutes is both class instruction and small group work and targeted support that a teacher is doing. And so that 140 minutes is broken up throughout the day. It includes both small bites of lessons and then targeted students support with smaller groups versus a 90 minute of live instruction broken up throughout the day and the 90 minutes of independent study where you don't have the ability To receive that targeted support from teachers in the same way the teachers association plans differ throughout the grade levels. At the secondary level. For example, the union wants to shift the district's plan of 180 minutes of class time and 60 minutes of independent work to an even split of 120 minutes. Age Association President David Fisher doesn't think the union's proposal is unreasonable, a little higher than most of the district have in the area just district is so much higher than most of the districts in the area. Roseville, for example, opened up with high Their levels of required screen time, and they've already based on feedback already gone back down. The school board is also concerned about effectively structuring class time for special ed students. A general education student doesn't have a detailed academic plan that list learning objective and targeted support to meet those objectives, and they're not coming in to figure out whether or not progress is being made along the way. The reason we have to do this for our special education students is because they have been identified as needing additional support and being legally eligible for additional support so that they don't fall behind the rest of their peers. Fisher says. The teachers association doesn't have that much of a difference of opinion on the issue. I think that the district sees the requirement for compliance around some of the paperwork to be like, Okay, teacher, you just do it and figure it out. What we're suggesting is made, The teacher could have some clerical administrative help so that they can dedicate more time Tio instruction of their students. The Teachers Association has declared an impasse in negotiations, which will send the dispute to a mediator. In the meantime, the district is providing teachers with two days of professional learning today in Wednesday before classes start in a limited capacity this Thursday The goal. Kitty is to have the district's a distance learning plan fully operational next Tuesday, September A Alright Joe Michael's there Thank you so much, and it's for 5 24. No, please, let's not go back in time. Wow. All right, Dana, You got a little trap reporter for us. Well, you know, While we're here.

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02:34 min | 1 year ago

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"Mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Easy sunshine today and smoky with a high of 91 95. It'll be movements and easy tonight with a low 59 to 63 tomorrow, Sunshine easy and very warm with smoke and a high of 89 93. Macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KF Can we have another bad air day ahead of us Currently outside, we have 63 degrees in Sacramento. With stories trending on the K F became morning news really, for millions of struggling California renters this morning while landlords will be forced to wait to get paid, Kate McKay's Nika McGahee's says more now On a new law signed by Governor Newsome that delays evictions under the law. No tenant can be evicted before February 1st 2021 if they declare their unable to pay all or part of the rent due to a cove in 19 related reason, the legislation also extends anti foreclosure protections to homeowners. Tenants will still owe the miss payments. Landlords can ask a judge to order the tenant to pay it back. But they can't ask a judge for an eviction solely for not paying rent and full nickel bag. A hiss news in 93.1 KFBK. Millions of unemployed Californians will get a $300 increase in their benefits starting next week. KFBK is Mark Mayfield reports. California's Employment Development Department announced it will process the lost wages assistance payments starting on September the seventh The plans to roll out the benefits and phases starting with people who provided income information between July 26th and honest the 15th. The second phase is going to cover the people who did not get the chance to file Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK School is about to begin in one local district and teachers administrators are still arguing over how to teach distance learning courses. The Sacramento City Teachers Association is calling for a state mediator to settle their dispute with the Sacramento City Unified School District gave the case Aubrey Aquino reports School is set to start for Stax City Students Distance learning style even though the district and its labor partner have yet to finalize an agreement for online instruction plans, even surrounding district some of them I'm starting to three weeks ago. They got agreements right before the school year started, So it's not totally, you know, unique toe being situation where you don't have everything ironed out before the school year starts, President David Fisher says hundreds of their members spent the summer developing proposals on how to make virtual learning a better experience for students. One area of major disagreement between the union and district administrator's is the amount of required screen.

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03:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good evening. I'm Joe Michael's protests against racial injustice or going on across the nation and law enforcement agencies or finding a way to deal with a potential violence and destruction. Sacramento Sheriff's Scott Jones was on the Kfbk Morning news today. And he says there's two simple answers to stop the non peaceful protests. And there's two things I understand overwhelming opposing forces and consequences. So that was important for me to get up and say, Hey, look, we're gonna have overwhelming opposing forces. And the district attorney by her release. Yeah, and there are gonna be consequences. Jones also spoke to whether or not social media is negatively impacting the job of law enforcement in regards to the protest. Social media is a double edged sword in that regard. It could get a lot of people to a someplace that ah, very short amount of time. But it also gives us notice an Intel and to be able to kind of assess to anticipate. Jones says. The recent protests in Sacramento were dwindling. Last night We had a dozen or fewer folks, no damage, no arrests. In other news to Sacramento County School District Report that employees have tested positive for covert 19. Both Sacramento City Unified and Elk Grove Unified School District say they've each had positive tests in the past week two in SAC City one and L Grove, people who may have been in contact with the employees have been notified by the respective district's Time is of the essence For Californians to complete. The US census director of California complete count died A sky together, says residents have until September 30th to fill it out. Online. Time is running out to make an impact on the funding for the next 10 years for your community, so we really want to emphasize taking those few minutes to complete the census. Almost two thirds of Californians have already been counted the most of any state. But kinda, gay says Researching some households has proven difficult, she says. Census counters or using strategies like going door to door in neighborhoods that have been historically difficult to reach and using phone banks to remind people who may have forgotten you can fill out the census Online at 2020 census dot gov. I'm Joe Michael's News. 93.1 kfbk Sacramento traffic. Good Evening Edo for Bob Williams in the KFBK Traffic Center. Gotta crash working right now. A couple vehicles involved on the on ramp East Greenback Lane to eastbound. I 80 and this is on the overpass. We understand we do have crews responding there. Also a traffic hazard 50 eastbound. On the Pioneer Bridge reports of vehicle partially blocking the left lane. Construction activity. Night Watch for Cruz, South Bound 99 was Stockton Boulevard, Offramp also north bound. Five Laguna Boulevard. Off ramp and I five Twin Cities, Road offering and 50 westbound on the Camino Area east of Placid Bill. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Next up to 8 33. Bob Williams News 93.1. Kfbk Now Sacramento weather Partly cloudy tonight's and pays and smoke a lower 58 to 62 hazy and smoky Tomorrow. Partial sun Hi 91 to 95 easy tomorrow Low 59 to 63. Sunshine Wednesday through Hayes and smoke High 89 to 93. Thank you, whether it's Bob Larson News 93.1 kfbk stuff in less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second it happened on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk..

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Sacramento school district employees test positive for COVID-19

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Sacramento school district employees test positive for COVID-19

"News to Sacramento County School District Report that employees have tested positive for covert 19. Both Sacramento City Unified and Elk Grove Unified School District say they've each had positive tests in the past week two in SAC City one and L Grove, people who may have been in contact with the employees have been notified by the respective

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"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Adelman show Saturday from 9 to 10 a.m. right here on KFBK. Now Trending on News, 93.1 KFBK. Sacramento City Unified has released details about its distance learning plan as governor Newsome today outlined guidelines for the re opening of schools this fall. Governor did say that schools can physically open for in person learning when their respective county has been off the state's monitoring list regarding Corona virus outbreaks for 14 straight days. Schools in regions like Sacramento that do not read the requirement. I have to begin the school year with the distance Learning California's job recovery rate has been getting a little better. According to numbers released today by the California Employment Development Department. Cara Welch is a labor market consultant with the D D. She breaks down the numbers for the four county Sacramento region. Here well in the Sacramento region, unemployment rate fell by 0.9% to 12.8% in June, but it's still remained at a historically high level. Over the last few months. There were record high unemployment rates for April at 14% and then May A slight drop a 13.7 and then June. The drop to 12.8% 12.8% matches the rate at the peak of the great recession, which was 12.8% in January 2011. That just gives you still some historical perspective on how high that rate still is and looking a different industries. There were 10 industries have sought increases in June, but that's gaining back some of those jobs that they lost and historical rates in April, so the top industries in June to increase employment, war, leisure and hospitality. Which gained 14,700 jobs. Now that industry was the hardest hit by Cove in 19 and got industry did fall by 50%. From March to April. So we did gain some of those jobs back, but we're still at historical lows and trade transportation utilities increased by 5800 jobs. An education and health services gained 4200 jobs. So when you look at the job just to give him perspective on where we are so the Sacramento region gained 28,200 jobs from May to June, which was a record increase in the official data going back to 1990. However, the job decline in the region is down, still down 97,800 jobs in February. So as of Jan, we've recovered 9.5% of the jobs lost from March to April. Of course, things like hair salons and bars had big reopening numbers in June, but now they've been closed down again. So looking at the impact of the shutdowns. If we go back, comparing June 2018 in June 2020 in the total jobs in the region, it's still down 98,100 when you compare it to a year ago. And that gives some perspective on where we were pre Kobe as well and again. That's Cara. Well, she's a labor market consultant with the Employment Development Department looking at the new numbers out today. Americans air feeling less confident, apparently about the economy amid a surgeon Corona virus cases. The University of Michigan's early reading of consumer sentiment in July fell too. 73 point to the nearly five point drop erased almost all of the gains for the past two months. The surveys chief economist warned that the continued spread of the virus is likely to cause even more economic Carmen social disruption in the coming months. Analysts say that the spike a new cover 19 cases and states like California, Arizona, Florida, Texas is threatening the U. S economic recovery from the pandemic. Traffic and weather together for you. Now let started off in the KPK Traffic center and Bob Williams and we start with the spot brought to us by the Roseville autumn. All caps any freeway slow in the midtown area, having about three minutes to my deal, Dr 11 minutes from 50 to 80 about another eight minutes. Winter on do 80 out the Roseville Douglass Boulevard South found 5 11 minutes heading Del Growth. About 99 called about 13 minutes. It's a little slower. Round fruit ridge and then again between Mac and Cowboy, Because soon this 50 he's bound to Folsom. 18 minutes. No delays there. North bound five Pretty smooth drive 17 minutes heading out towards Woodland didn't have reports of a person in the center. Divide of the freeway with no vehicle around the North. Found five new the queue Street off ramp heading out to Davis on 5 50 80 13 minutes. Hey, the eastbound gonna have some problems with the crash their child's road right now and what was already a slow ride with traffic backed up all the way to Highway 1 13 Right. Nowthe Roseville Automotive having their biggest factory certified pre owned sales event ever get an extended fact rewarded great pricing and excellent financing on a huge selection of factory certified vehicles at the Roseville autumn, all driven to be the best traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams News 93.1 KFBK tonight. A star filled sky with a low 56 to 60 an abundant amount of sunshine. For tomorrow..

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"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"75 stopped in and 74 degrees in Sacramento, heading to a high of 101 on news, 93.1 kfbk now to the stories that are trending on this Friday morning. Starting this morning, Plaster County is now on the state's Corona virus Watch list, and it means that indoor dining could be shut down there. KPK Sneak A Magus has the story. The state's Department of Public Health, added the county to the list yesterday because it's hospitalization rate and hospital capacity does not meet the threshold criteria. A state thresholds for the categories is greater than a 10% increase and less than a 20% I c u BED availability. Plaster County has had an increase of about 36% in its three day cove in 19 hospitalization average and his only 19% of ICU beds available if the county remains on the list for three consecutive days. Some businesses will be required to close indoor operations for at least three weeks. Nick a mega hit Snooze 93.1 KFBK The Sacramento City Unified School District has released its first set of guidelines to reopen schools, face coverings, temperature screenings, enhance ventilation and air flow and staggered start and end times. Air. Some Of the preliminary changes. The district school start date is September 3rd California Community College Athletic Association is moving all fall sports to the spring. Under this new plan. Fall sports teams will start practice in mid January and the have games starting in February. There will be no state championship for the upcoming season, and all sports will have 30% fewer games. Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic report an increase in cases of what they call broken Heart syndrome. KFBK Sally Suzie reports the syndrome whose medical name is actually stress cardio myopathy. Causes dysfunction in the heart muscle and the patient experiences symptoms that feel like a heart attack. Cardiologists at the facility say the syndrome is generally attributed to psychological, social or emotional stress. They say that the increase in the number of people with broken heart syndrome is a sign that the stress of the Corona virus pandemic. Is having a negative effect on people's physical wellbeing. Alisa Zee News, 93.1 KFBK President Trump this morning says he's preparing to put on a mask this weekend. Kate because Mark Mayfield reports I expect to be wearing a mask. When I go into Walter Reed, you're in a hospital setting. I think it's a very appropriate thing. I have no problem with a mask. Trump made the comment in an interview on Fox News. Trump has kept away from wearing masks in public, arguing he gets tested all the time and doesn't require one. The president is going to be visiting with injured soldiers and Corona virus workers while at Walter Reed. Mark Mayfield News, 93.1 KFBK and that will get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news, 93.1 KFBK number of new daily cases of Corona virus climbing past 50,000. Again, There are new signs that reopening too soon is having dire consequences. Of the 230,000 covert 19 cases..

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"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Year is Boeing had been predicting then Boeing announced it is stopping production of the Max taking the unprecedented step of shutting down the factory line in a United in down sing it is canceling Max flights until at least June fourth way beyond the April date set by American and Southwest Airlines Alex stone EBC there another Boeing set back the company's new starliner capsule ended up in the wrong orbit after lifting off today on its first test flight it will not be docking at the international space station it was a test run to launch astronauts for NASA next year the impeachment now Donna now house speaker Nancy Pelosi is looking to next year and the state of the union ABC Serena Marshall has details speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited president trump to give his state of the union address on February fourth in her letter to the president invoking the great wisdom of the founders and their quota system of separation of powers before writing in the spirit of respecting our constitution I invite you to deliver your state of the union the state of the union typically falls around mid to late January perhaps the February fourth date is targeting a post Senate's trial Serena Marshall ABC news Washington president trump criticizing a Christian magazine editorial that calls for supporting his impeachment Billy Graham's son also speaking out breaking with the magazine founded by his late evangelical leader father Franklin Graham claiming that his dad would be embarrassed by the editorial and the holiday travel rush is on at airports TSA anticipates getting forty two million travelers over the holiday period you're listening to ABC news and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK good afternoon twelve OO to one data has with the top local stories well the genie safety shut off will be more common for the next five years the genie CEO bill Johnson telling the Senate energy and natural resources committee in Washington DC yesterday that moving power lines underground in implementing more safety measures to decrease sparking wildfires will take time I think for us in northern California it will take us probably five years to get to the point where we can hello largely eliminate this tool during the next five years P. Jeannie will continue to shut off power to entire regions when weather conditions become hazardous meantime a new report shows that the Sacramento city unified school district will not meet its minimum reserve requirement for the next two years the national report disgusted yesterday school board meeting shows the district has been spending more than it's taking in Sacramento city unified must cut twenty seven million dollars or could face a state takeover fantasy last Friday before Christmas but you know what else it is national ugly sweater day number businesses lowering at prices and freebies are being offered including an airline's rinses people traveling on Alaska Airlines can get free priority boarding if they wear an ugly sweater Alaska Airlines promotion is only today but some of the food and drink deals run through the end of the month the couple are good into the first week of January a traffic.

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"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento city unified school district will be eliminating one hundred and seventy eight fulltime staff positions. Actual number of layoff notices that will go out will be a hundred four because some of the people in the positions that have been caught are either retiring leaving the district, and some cases that positions were vacant sexy unified, Alex Berrios says it's an effort to close a budget gap. That's putting the district at risk of a state takeover thirty five million dollars structural budget deficit, and we need to achieve cost savings before our June thirtieth line of passing a balanced budget. So, unfortunately, although this is a very difficult decision. It's a necessary one because our expenditures exceed revenues now that's not sitting well with teachers association. President David Fisher hasn't even justified the cuts as a cost cutting measure. It's a response to some unspecified dropping enrollment. They have had enrollment projections that varied from anything from gaining ninety students to losing eight hundred thirty some students. So at the meeting that the initial layoffs were voted upon the reason was that supposedly we were going to be losing students. Fischer says the association is also disappointed with how the decision to lay off staff. Members was made the action was made in more or less than secret behind closed doors as opposed to the open session of the meetings. And we think that that is not only unlawful, but non-transparent and the public should and the teachers should have a right to have opened debate about things that are affected life districts. The district is denying the allegations. And we'll hold a special board meeting Thursday evening to authorize the final layoff notices and. Joe do we know at the financial Ramic ramifications of the layoffs will be not yet district officials kitty say they'll be made public when the latest budget report is released and that's scheduled for may sixteenth. Okay. Thank you so much. Joe michaels. They're reporting it is four zero seven coming up at four eleven. Let's talk about building a better Sacramento. And this time it's through helping with a terrible animal neglect case in Eldorado county. Now, we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K F.

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"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"sacramento city unified" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"NewsRadio KFI. The school district is launching a new online method of reporting incidents that jeopardize students safety the incident. Reporting system allows students and adults to report a variety of issues through a link on their school's website, for example, bullying or an incident where they see discrimination or harassment. It could also be an incident such as harm to the school or property. And if there's a situation of self harm. They can also be reported the district Zante Pinkerton says the reports can be filed anonymously. Nobody would see them go to the front office. Nobody would see them write something down. They could just sort of do it online incident reports will be reviewed by team of administrators and handled on a case by case basis, depending on which is reported it'll be routed to that particular team for that incident. Students can still report any incidents staff verbally or fill out a handwritten report the online system is meant as an additional option. Joe Michaels NewsRadio KF if the city of Sacramento and the Sacramento city unified school district have agreed to a mole. Multi-million dollar settlement in connection with the former school employee who was convicted of sexually molesting children. Joshua Vasquez was convicted of sexually assaulting six children. And Mark Twain elementary school where he was employed as the leader of an after school program. He would blindfold the kids and play games. Designed to have the students touch him inappropriately to keep them, quiet. He would reward them. With candy the crimes happened between two thousand fourteen and twenty sixteen. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a seven-year-old girl a regular repetitive. Sexual.

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