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Sacramento Suspect Released From Prison Before Shooting
"From Sacramento, back to the rundown. The suspect in the Sacramento mass shooting was out of prison, despite receiving a ten year term. That's right, it happened again. The board of parole urged Martin remaining custody, but he won his release, the subject of a plea by Sacramento county district attorney Anne Marie schubert's office, went unheeded, and the board of parole let him out. Way to go, California, 6 people are dead, four others in critical condition.
What Cops Are Doing With Your DNA
"Morning. Everybody for those. That don't know my name. Is anne marie schubert. I'm the district attorney of sacramento county. I remember watching this press conference. Susan was april of two thousand eighteen. The da came out to make our announcement. She's standing in front of a crime lab surrounded by a bunch of cops and he was there to say that finally almost cinematic investigators had found a golden state killer. This man who had terrorized california's throughout the seventies and eighties. There were upwards of fifty rapes twelve murders crimes that spanned ten years across at least ten different counties nor decades had passed law enforcement. Hit dead ends and then regrouped amateur on the internet swap theories and then after more than forty years abroad got him and done it by putting his dna profile on genetic. Teeny apology websites. It is fitting that today is national. Dna we found the needle in the haystack. And it was right here. In sacramento joseph jams. Dangelo was arrested. We'd guilty disturbing twenty six life. Sentences and his case was billed as a triumph for crime solving and genealogy and it marked a seismic shift in how investigators used dna in cold cases. Do you remember what you thought. When you heard that genetic genealogy had been such a big part of that case. I was really intrigued Because i have a biology background before i went to law school and i never thought that you would sort of come together in this way. That's nilo bala. She's a senior attorney the policing project at nyu law school and she studies. How technology and policing come together.
Sacramento Inmates Move To Front Of COVID Vaccine Line
"To Sacramento County jails will begin vaccinating inmates and prison staff after a major covert 19 outbreak KFBK SMI Blunt has the story Just one month ago, Sacramento Main jail in Rio consume this Correctional center reported more than 300 positive cases of the virus and its facilities. And while the cases have dropped down to 72 in the last week, county officials are taking drastic action. The county's public health officer, Dr Olivia to Syria, move prisons and jails up in priority for vaccinations because they have a higher risk for future outbreaks. But doses are still limited by supply, she says. There are more than 3300 inmates currently incarcerated in the two locations Like Blunt news 93.1
Former real estate CEO Michael Lyon back in Sacramento County Jail on drug charges
"Estate mogul in Sacramento remains in prison after his appeal was denied Cape because Johnny De Agostini has that story. A Sacramento court is denying Mike Lyons appeal of his conviction for secretly filming prostitutes in his home. The real estate mogul claimed he was convicted unfairly in the case, saying prostitutes do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. The appeal was denied yesterday by the third District Court of Appeal in Sacramento. Lyons is currently serving a six year, four month sentence in state prison given in 2018, Johnny D. Augustine e News 93.1 KFBK You County
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"Will be will be our smelly bag. Shaky, shaky, sticky time to switch to hefty ultra strong trash bags, always at an ultra low price. There are best bags yet, and they cost less than glad force. Flecks were sold head to head so you'll be Happy. Happy, Happy, hefty. Ultra strong with Armand Hammer Odor control. Also available in heavy duty black bags along that misinformation out there is not allowed here. The KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil on news 93.1 kfbk. I'm Kelly Ryan. Sitting in for Kitty O'Neil at 6 48 News. 93.1 kfbk traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Here's Dana Harris Bridey by Sacramento County. Public Health, Everything looking really good right now. Kelly downtown in the split seven minutes eastbound Camp City and then eight minutes from there to Roseville on eastbound 80. Downtown L Grove south on I 5 11 minute ride and Head minutes on 99 this time downtown to Folsom 18. Minutes on. He's found 50. 16 minutes. Get shot. Theo Woodlands North out. I've five from downtown and out to Davis. Westbound 89 minutes by the way, eastbound 80 Mace Boulevard, the south on ramp. We have debris in the number two lane counting left to right. So just keep an eye out for it. Give the gift of a healthier, safer holiday season Help Keep your loved ones safe by getting tested for covert 19 wearing a mask, physical, distancing and avoiding large gatherings Visit Sac County. Colbert dot com To learn more having gone the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons, Dana has news 93.1 kpk clear skies expected for tonight It'll be seasonably cool with a low 42 44 Plenty of sunshine on town tomorrow will reach a high tomorrow 65 to 69 mostly sunny Wednesday. It.
Sacramento County ZIP codes report 1,200+ COVID cases
"Health officials say several zip codes in the county have registered more than 1000 positive cases of covert 19 kfbk is Angelica Oh be, Oh ha has more recently released data shows their eight zip codes where 1200 more cases have been reported ZIP code. 95823, which includes Valley High and North Laguna, reported the highest number of cases at over 2600 that's in code also has one of the higher population. In the county, which experts say could be a factor into the higher number of cases. County health officials see much of the spread is Yuto. Widespread private gatherings with non household members.
California authorizes more than $140m in payouts in alleged fraud highlighting department in crisis
"Unemployment claims from prison inmates have cost California $140 million. At least 35,000 unemployment claims were fraudulently made on behalf of prison inmates costing California $140 Million and paid out benefits. The Sacramento County D. A calls it one of the biggest fraud of taxpayer dollars in California history. The claims were made between March and August and even include one of the name of convicted murderer Scott Peterson. Prosecutors were tipped off by listening in on recorded calls from prison as inmates bragged about scamming the system. This scheme always involved someone on the outside to facilitate the applications, and prosecutors say the problem is compounded by dysfunction at the California Employment Development Department, which does not check unemployment claims against a list of prison inmates, as many other states do. From the
COVID-19 outbreak reported at Sacramento County fire dispatch center
"Nine people have a Sacramento County Fire dispatch center are testing positive for covert 19, according to a statement by executive director Tyler Wagman. The outbreak happened at a Sacramento regional fire GMs Communication Center service at the 911 Dispatch center has not been
COVID-19 curfew officially goes into effect for Los Angeles County
"Lines. Were long last night. Outside dodgers stadium in los angeles as people waited in their cars to get a coronavirus test. As cases surge much of california is subject to curfew chanting a record number of corona virus infections. California governor gavin newsom is ordering an overnight curfew for hardest hit areas in the state starting saturday forty one counties designated purple areas will restrict known essential work and gatherings from ten pm until five. Am the curfew effects. Roughly ninety percent of the state and will remain in effect for one month. The sacramento county sheriff's office says it will not enforce the curfew but some californians think it is necessary to save lives. Faxes lee
California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins
"A record number of Corona virus infections. California Governor Gavin Newsom is ordering an overnight curfew. The hardest hit areas in the state starting Saturday. 41 counties designated purple areas will restrict nonessential work and gatherings from 10 p.m. until 5 A.m. curfew effects roughly 90% of the state and will remain in effect for one month. Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is it will not enforce the curfew. Some Californians think it is necessary to save lives.
‘Keep your guard up’: Top California health official gives Thanksgiving guidelines, explains travel advisory
"Cases of coronavirus continuing to rise at an alarming rate. California health officials making new recommendations to curb the spread of the virus. Scapa CASE Might Blunt Has this report. Eric upon epidemiologists and deputy director of the California Department of Public Health Center for Infectious Diseases, says the state's cove in 19 positivity rate has risen to 4% when you compare that to a couple weeks ago on October 29 Our test positivity rate is one point higher a point higher than two weeks ago. Pon says. Hospitalizations and ICU rates have also increased by more than 30% in the same time period. But with the Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching California health officials are concerned those numbers will go even higher, overwhelming hospitals with newly infected patients in Sacramento County health director Dr Peter Beale Anson says the number of cases tripled since Halloween. And he's worried that Thanksgiving Day could lead to an even bigger surge. Single day that I'm most worried about in the entire year of 2020 is Thanksgiving Day, for obvious reasons. It was gonna be wanted. Everybody gathers people coming from out of town Beale instances, local hospitals are currently able to handle search capacity, but that could change if there's a significant increase in a short period of time. However, for the first time this year, he says, there's a light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine on the way for this Thanksgiving in for this Christmas and Hanukkah and Kwanza, etcetera. Just do it the way we've been doing for the last eight or nine months. Do it meant by your household. Just your own family. It will be a credit kind of India well may not be accredited Christmas and Thanksgiving may be more fun than usual, but you have to do it on Lee. One time state guidelines for Thanksgiving Day recommend limiting gatherings to no more than 90 minutes, keeping it to members of your own household and staying outdoors as much as possible. Spite state guidelines, which limit all private gatherings to no more than three households, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. Governor Gavin Newsom and his family attended a birthday party without least 12 people for multiple households. Last Friday, Newsome later issued a statement saying he should have model better behavior. Earlier today, the California Department of Public Health also issued a travel advisory stating that people entering the state or returning home should self quarantine for 14 days. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says Californians must remain vigilant
Will Sacramento County's CEO keep his job?
"NAV Deep Gillis, facing a new slew of accusations, in addition to claims that include Gil, not following Corona virus safety measures and county meetings is behavior is county executives is being put under the spotlight. Sacramento County Board of Supervisors receiving an email last night from community members and current county health system. Employees with claims filed with the county about harassment and bullying that reportedly happened mostly female managers who tried to speed up the county's response to covert 19 2 supervisors called for Gilles resignation last month. It's 606 on the
"sacramento county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Joe Biden. Deputy campaign manager, Kate Bedingfield says that Joe Biden will speak to the nation tonight. I think tonight you should expect to hear him. Speak to the nation on DH talk about the path forward and the hard work that we're going to do to start healing this country. Kellyanne Conway with the Trump campaign says the president also will speak sometime tonight from the East Room of the White House to address the nation. Meantime, fivethirtyeight dot com A polling website says President Trump has a 10% chance of winning reelection. But ABC political contributor Steve Roberts says he thinks the president has better on. I've been looking very carefully at the map, and I think Trump has a narrow but a clear path to victory. He's gotta run the table. But anybody thinks this election is over is just not looking at the realities. Yeah, we're looking at right now. Very close. Let's get some more in depth coverage. KPK coverage of election 2020 with Joe Michael's well Katie Sacramento County polling locations and voting centers have been busy all day. And his kfbk is Brody Fernandez tells us this election could be one for the record books with records being shattered in YOLO County and Plaster County. When it comes to voter turnout, Sacramento County is about to pass its record on Election day. Sacramento County is by far well on its way to likely breaking our highest voter turnout ever through. Yesterday, we had almost 500,000 vote by mail or drop box ballots back in house. We had had 21,000 people vote in person before today, and our numbers are going up by like 1000 every hour. Sacramento County spokeswoman Janna Haynes also reminding voters today that they have until 8 p.m. to get in line tonight in order to cast their vote. Rodi Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK, Sacramento County officials are reporting very long lines at a number of voting centers this evening..
Missing Dallas Woman Found After Nearly 40 Years
"In California have identified the body of a Dallas woman missing for nearly 40 years in 1981, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office. Found the skeletal remains of a young woman along Interstate five but could never identify the body. According to W. B. A piece Mike Train of the Cold case was recently reopened. A familial DNA sample submitted to the FBI database in 2019 enabled police to identify the deceased woman as Lily Anne Prendergast of Dallas. Prendergast was last seen in late 1980 after leaving your family's home after an argument. According to the FAA, police are still searching for her killer.
California readies its COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan
"Counties counties are are releasing releasing their their roll roll out out plans plans for for a a vaccine vaccine KFBK KFBK Sneak Sneak a a magus magus has has more. more. Sacramento Sacramento County County already already has has a a plan plan of of how how they'll they'll distribute a Koven 19 vaccine when it becomes available. County Health Services director Dr Peter Beilenson says they want to be giving out several 1000 vaccinations per day. Initially preparing for the task cost nearly $3 million. The county's already stocking up on supplies. Cold storage needed to preserve the vaccine and outreach campaigns. Beilenson says. 250,000 will pay for trucks and trailers to transport supplies to medical points of dispensing called M ponds and pods are pop up clinics designed to distribute the vaccine to massive amounts of people.
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"Sacramento County spokeswoman Jana Haynes says that twice as many votes compared to this time in 2016. Now, starting Saturday, voters will have an option to begin voting in person. Those centers will be open every day through Election Day, which is of course Tuesday. November 3rd. Former 40 Niner. Dana Stubblefield will be spending 15 years to life in prison for raping a woman at his Morgan Hill home in 2015. The victim was interviewing for a baby sitting job when Stubblefield raped her using the threat of gun violence. The defense team argued the former lineman had paid the woman for sex. Prosecutors asked for extra charges to be filed after claiming the woman was mentally disabled, but those charges were rejected by the jury. A deposition that Jolene Maxwell gave in 2016 in a defamation case that was brought by one of the alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein's abuse is now available to the public. NBC's Stephanie Gauss reports in her own words calling Accuser Virginia Roberts, Jew free a liar, an exaggerator, a fantasist and absolutely true, terrible person who says Maxwell recruited her and other underage girls to have sex with Epstein. In the deposition, Maxwell repeatedly denies the allegation that 400 Page document was unsealed yesterday. Maxwell faces charges for helping up steam recruit and abuse girls as young as 14 years old. He's also been charged with perjury and has pleaded not guilty. And here's your national stories from ABC. Your voice your vote, The final presidential debate will run a virus front and center President Trump defending his administration's handling of covert 19. It will go away, and.
‘Ash Taint’ Causing Wineries To Reject Grapes From Some Sacramento County Growers
"Wild Fires is hurting the grape harvest KFBK Sneak a mega has explains a Sacramento County form bureau representative says ash taint the particles of the ash. Settling on the fruit is infiltrating a smoke type flavor into the grape. The ash Tate has now affected the contracts between at least one winery and grape growers in Sacramento and San Joaquin counties. So far, 100 acres of merlot and Pino NWA have been avoided, which is about a million dollar loss and revenue to growers. Chickamauga,
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"Or learning Maura about when a vaccine may be approved for Corona virus and who will have priority on ABC News Town Hall, The president predicted a vaccine by election Day, and it's probably going to go and now a lot faster because of the vaccine. It would go away without the vaccine. George the president, CDC director, Dr Robert Redfield, far less optimistic at a Senate hearing late second quarter third quarter 2021 health care workers in the most at risk. Older Americans would receive the first doses. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington President Trump also last night when asked about setting a national mask, mandates, said many people don't like wearing masks. Joe Biden, his rival who supports a mask mandate issued by governor says the president's own Corona virus. Task Force members urge Americans to wear masks to slow the spread and save lives. President's first responsibility is to protect American people. If you want. It's utterly disqualified some relief after a deadly and devastating Siri's of wildfires in California Governor Gavin Newsom announcing that California's cove it 19 positivity rate has plummeted to 3.6%. That is a huge drop from only a few weeks ago. New cases are down the levels that haven't been seen in many months. I see you and hospitalizations air down as well. We are turning the corner and suppressing this latest increase in the case growth rate, and now more counties are moving into state tears, allowing them to reopen places like gyms and schools like Stone. ABC News LOS Angeles A new bill unveiled today on Capitol Hill, named after Vanessa again, the 20 year old Army privates body found months after she went missing. A bipartisan group of House lawmakers says the measure includes taking sexual Misconduct probes out of the chain of command and into the hands of independent investigators. You're listening to ABC News, California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Byrne, Isaiah to 02 with your top local stories. Vote centers in Sacramento County will be looking different in November. Due to the ongoing health crisis. Peopie will be provided to all voters. Barriers will be in place and the number of voters will be limited in the centre to comply with social distancing requirements. Since all registered voters in California will automatically receive a mail in ballot. County officials say Voters can't expect their ballots in the mail by October. 8th. Sacramento County has the same available vote centers, as were in the March primary. Some centers will be Open on October 24th. The rest will open on Halloween and will be open through Election Day. WILDFIRES News 93.1.
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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"Girls in Sacramento County state. They may pay $1000 to people who come down with covert 19 in order for people to get that money, they would have to stay at home for 14 days, and Governor Newsome has announced he supports affirmative action. Currently, it is not legal for colleges to consider race and sex. When admitting students this fall, California voters will consider an initiative that would make affirmative action legal again in our state. Debriefed just ahead. But first, let's get to traffic by nobles joins us now in this report is blocked by count friends reminding you to be work zone alert. Very light on our freeways all the way around earlier accidents in Hazzard such as they were been cleared right now, No delays That includes 80 from Roosevelt 50 from Folsom. Both 5 99 all the way in from L Grow. Next time you see account, France struck on the side of the road, aligning cones, traffic barricades. Remember those protecting someone's loved one? Help them get home safely. Please be work zone alert traffic on the tens. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Easy sunshine Today along with some areas of smoke, and a high of 91 to 95 will be easy tonight under a clear sky with a little 59 to 63. Mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of 93 to 97 sunny Friday in hot with a high of 97 to 1, a one a macula, other meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1. All right time for us to hit the debrief what we did in the four hours on this program. Here's a recap five old five are featured audio clip this morning was with the U. S. Secretary of energy. Works in the Trump administration and says that the California Our policy is pretty much a disaster, right? I'm paraphrasing what he said. But essentially, he said that California has been making a mistake by relying too heavily on solar and wind. To Ah, provide power to our grid. And when there's a heat wave and demand, we simply cannot meet it. Alright. We talked to Dr Simone Wild, who's with ABC and infectious disease specialist about this use of convalescent plasma, and she talked a little bit about why it needs more.
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"Their jobs. Charlotte Mecklenburg Police say officers use their bicycles to push the crowd back and deployed pepper spray after several demonstrators grabbed for their bikes. Clayton Nevels, Charlotte A number of wildfires burning an area larger than the state of Rhode Island have depleted. California's firefighting resource is Governor Gavin Newsom says the northern part of the state has been disproportionately affected. We have over 12,000 firefighters now actively working to suppress these larger complex fires more than 931,000 acres have burned. A former California police officer, Joseph James D'Angelo, who pleaded guilty to 13 murders and rapes between 1975 86 became known as the Golden State Killer face sentencing just before the sentence was handed down. D'Angelo himself spoke. I'm really sorry. However, Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Michael Bowman pulled no punches declaring D'Angelo deserved the death penalty. But Under a plea agreement between the prosecution and defense will instead die in prison. Prosecutors called the scale of the violence leveled by DeAngelo staggering with 87 victims at 53 crime scenes spanning 11 California counties. I'm Johnstone A federal appeals court says it wouldn't step in right away to delay New York prosecutors efforts to get President Trump's tax records Chicago's Progressive Talk 8:20, A.m., W. CPT, Willow Springs and online WC pt 20 dot com Where facts matter, Pelosi reminds us regularly about the significance of this moment in history, she says. Often sometimes you choose the moment and sometimes the moment chooses you and my sisters. Brothers. This is our moment. You see a 20 year man back on the beat with decay. Some of those on the pandemic passports are issuing a stern warning. And Dr Burke, for example, Anthony Fauci has always been speaking out. The CDC is predicting 300,000 American deaths on Donald Trump continues to say we're doing fine and refusing to issue a national mass. Man today Back on the beach with decay. Saturday's wonder for PM under a 20. The best people to fight for our communities are those within them. Jason Hargrove did so with his life, just doing his job as a Detroit bus driver. We all here as public workers going on job families. This's really need to take this Khurana virus took Jason's life 11 days after he recorded that message. Blacks are twice as likely to die from the virus until this fight is over. Short of social distance and wear masks and gloves in public places. Learn more at black is human dot com Center of Concern provides critical.
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"Morning, you family, Schubert district Attorney Sacramento County for people like Todd District attorney of the county for the People. Good morning, your honor. Todd Spitzer, Orange County District Attorney for the people. Good morning, your Honor. Dina Beckton Contra Costa County District Attorney for the people. Good morning, Your Honor, Joy, studly, And that was just a list of ideas from all across California who have done such an amazing job finishing this case bringing this to justice? Prosecutors agreed to spare him the death penalty, of course, and and you heard a little bit from John and Marie Schubert. You know, this is the first cold case in the nation to be solved by tracking a killer. Through DNA and really such an interesting Siri's of events that led up to when he was found arrested in 2018 Remember the investigators they found that they use this method of DNA tracing that involved The family trees from those genealogy websites to narrow down the suspects. You've probably done those 23 me is a bunch of different ones, so they linked this nearly 40 year old DNA from crime scenes. To a distant relative of hiss, and then they eventually went in got have a Kleenex. D'Angelo had thrown away from his garbage can, and that's how this all came together. I really want you to hear a emotional, breathtaking speech from Sacramento, DEA Annemarie Schubert. Let's listen to the whole thing. But I stand here as the district attorney for Sacramento County,.
Sacramento County Orders Capital Christian School To Close After It Used Loophole To Open For Students
"This morning, the Sacramento County Public Health Department ordering the immediate closure of capital Christian School. The school currently is hosting in person instruction, which they called child care. There's public health services director Dr Peter Beilenson. They got their high school and middle and elementary school teachers trained as daycare workers and tried to fob off the high school students and middle school and elementary school students going to school and calling a daycare, which obviously it is not. We're waiting to see how the school reacts capital, Christian School officials face fines of up to $1000 a day and potential jail time if they refused to comply with that shutdown
Victims face Golden State Killer ahead of sentencing
"State killer began hearing victim impact statements today from women he raped. The statements are taking place before the sentencing of Joseph D'Angelo Jr. Who admitted his guilt to a string of murders, rapes and other crimes in the 19 seventies and eighties stretching from Sacramento County to Orange County. He's expected to be sentenced Friday in Sacramento to life Reason without the possibility of parole
California men charged with $10M worldwide fraud scheme
"Have been charged with running a phony security scheme that defrauded investors across the globe out of more than $10 million. State Attorney general's office says that they lured victims by promising incredible returns. But then they spent the money on themselves of the scheme allegedly bilking more than 70 victims in the U. S. Canada, Germany, Italy and England. Authorities say Christopher Mancuso injustice to forward arrested in California John Black is a fugitive. His last known whereabouts weren't Sacramento County.
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"KFBK. The National Guard will be deploying to golf today and tomorrow to set up pop pop up testing sites. Golf is one of the fastest growing covert 19 hot spots. In Sacramento County, with a population of only about 26,000. There are over 300 cases recorded so far, now National Guard will be running the testing sites. But they can only give 100 test today due to a national shortage of supplies, not the best news today. Recovered 19 in California A B C's Alex Stone has details on today. Kitty, California Beating out New York the New York for so long was the state that had the highest numbers over 408,000 cases of Cove in 19 in New York today, California beating that number going over 409,000 and in fact, today, California setting a new record. In the past 24 hours of 12,807 new confirmed cases just in the last day that we've never seen a number of that high in the daily number going up, But we did today. And then we heard today from Governor Newsome talking about that new higher above 400,000 overall number and he says, Look, Yes, we are dealing with a surge right now of things taking off again. But he says that can also be expected in a state that is this populated. Here's what he said were a state again size of 21 states combined s so it's not surprising now, in some respects as we've begun to reopen. Key sectors of our economy. People continue to mix on. People continue to come in contact close contact with others. That may have contract this disease that our numbers would start to go up, and we now know in Los Angeles County. They're looking at 58% of those who are coming back positive now are under the age of 41. They say the numbers are going younger and younger by the day and real quickly here. Newsome also thanking Californians for their seriousness of purpose. Purpose for their intentionality for their recognition. Of their own power and potency to bend this Kurt again as we did the first time, we will do that. We will succeed in extinguishing this virus. We will succeed and going back to some semblance of Ah, higher, higher vigilance but semblance of normalcy. But that number today, the one that nobody wants to see that California is now the leader of states when it comes to over all cases, then New York, then Florida after that, And this Alex, of course, comes as we get the message to wear the mask and social distance. Are these measures not working or not enough people doing it or how did he address that? Or did he? Well, he adds a mix of things and everybody Khun debate what it is. Some would say that people aren't doing it enough and that you still have resistance. The other thing is there's always a delay. So you know, a lot of this has been put into effect. In the last couple of weeks. We get the late results to come in. Then you get hospitalizations that air delayed after that. Then you get desk that air delayed after that, and the cycle of what it takes going through the population of what it does to people, But you can argue here that we are more open than we were, and then numbers began going up. Will masks actually do anything. Doctors say yes, but we kind of have to wait and see now that there were still relatively new into that mandate in the state. And maybe in the end, we'll find out that you know that. Matt, That mandate didn't make a big difference. We don't know. But the numbers unfortunately, are not going down. Yeah. Okay. A B C's Alex Stone. Thanks. A 1,000,000. You gotta Thanksgiving. Okay, and it's on to traffic.
"sacramento county" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Is the Sacramento County D. A. And Marie Schubert. America's Listening to Fox News. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM Talk Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest to Souse Governor Roy Cooper for his executive orders during the Corona virus pandemic. I'm asking the court to invalidate Governor Cooper's unlawful executive orders that continue to shut down large parts of the economy. Until he receives the concurrence of the majority of the Council of State Force Notes. A system of checks and balances exist to respect the freedom and will of the citizens. State Health Department reports. More than 62,000 residents of North Carolina tested positive for covert 19 a recent decision by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Willie's visitation restrictions that congregate living facilities as long as the visitations are outdoors. More Confederate monuments are coming down in cities and municipalities in the triangle crews began removing a Confederate statue from Battle Park and Rocky Mount on Monday. Another statue was removed over the weekend and the Franklin County town of Lewisburg to civil war naval cannons or relocated from the state Capitol grounds in Raleigh on Monday and taken to Fort Fisher and crews working to remove the base of a 75 foot obelisk from downtown Raleigh discovered of 126 year old time capsule. I'm Richard Stelling Cam Newton, thanking the Panther faithful releasing a video on YouTube detailing the off season, he said following his release from Carolina, talking to folks here from the treadmill.
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"County allowed to be open as well as Sacramento county and Stanislaus that's today also Sacramento county regional parks issuing an alcohol ban for Saturday on the American river construction projects in Sacramento being approved in the city in a whole new way since the coronavirus the city of Sacramento been inspecting projects virtually through smart phones and protest against parties police brutality under way as million celebrating also Juneteenth today marchers taking to the streets in Chicago DC Seattle a rally here in California got so big it shut down the port of Oakland meantime a busy two days in Tulsa Oklahoma ABC's Jim Ryan says the president has a rally tomorrow but today it's all about celebrating Juneteenth I'm standing in a community called green work this is the neighborhood where in nineteen twenty one the worst racial violence in U. S. history claim three hundred lives between may thirty first and June first of nineteen twenty one this community was burned to the ground the one building left standing is the church just down the street from where I am right now today is the site of a celebration of Juneteenth celebration there are two trucks parked out here on the street families walking down dead saying hello greeting each other almost everybody wearing a mask in fact there are teams walking around handing out free masks and so but those two things are coming together the the commemoration of the really horrific event in nineteen forty one but a celebration of emancipation in eighteen sixty five of the the Juneteenth celebration when Texas slaves learned that they were created celebrated by African Americans all over the country all right and so the next thing we have tomorrow president trump holding a rally in there until Sarah yes said of his first rally has the signature rallies that you've been holding since before he was elected that year old the first ones in the coronavirus like why he chose also Oklahoma we're not sure the mayor says that you wanted to highlight the success that delta has had in combating coronavirus although the numbers you're having rising across the state of Oklahoma and then also specifically but the mayor is welcoming the president you're the POK center is the arena where it'll happen tomorrow even if people are already starting to line up have been Republic days did he does some of them say they will wear a mask inside some say they won't there's no requirement that they do you eat either that or use the headset because that that could be provided Jim is at an indoor or outdoor arena there is an indoor arena told about nineteen thousand dal will every detail will every space be filled their help with already here it's also hopes not in order that some kind of social distancing it maintained that the president though and and the campaign about that that they are going to put a limit on the number of people who come in and so it was just the there will be thousands more outside as well your tender felt already have calmed down somewhat make it into the event others won't well a lot of people expected it sounds like those so far Jim things are peaceful yes and there are you know despite what's happened around the country there have been well obviously violent demonstrations and active looting and vandalism delta has been peaceful there are concerns that that might change tomorrow and then certainly there the police are trying to keep that from happening as are the people who live here absolutely all right well Jim Ryan are A. B. C. news correspondent there in Tulsa Oklahoma thank you so much correct and it's time now for traffic.
"sacramento county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The office of emergency services in Sacramento county I'm Beth react at cap radio in Sacramento I'm joined in the studio by Nicole Nixon cap radio's politics reporter also joining us for a bit of conversation is Lesley McClurg KQED's science reporter so the governor and did it with that word and question when which every press conference from now until there is a bigger broader opening a loosening of the stay at home orders is the question that he's going to have to answer but in this picture that he presented today was a lot about money it was the ribbon that caps being woven throughout the topics and if I take you back to the very beginning which now seems like a long time ago he was actually talking about a ninety day break on student loans for students and he addressed an issue related to the stimulus checks so let's go back and listen to what he was talking about with respect to garnishment many of you have received checks from the cares act some individuals receiving twelve hundred dollar checks those with children additional five hundred dollar contributions but a lot of those checks if you had debt we are garnished by debt collectors we just signed I just signed an executive order quite literally moments ago aware that no longer will be the case the executive order denies the ability for debt collectors to garnish your Kerr cares act dollars it's also retroactive so your debt collector and you did garnish those contributions those checks you got to give him back there are a few exceptions to this as the governor noted cases of spousal support or child support or cases where someone is making a restitution payment of so some sort in relation to a victim so Nicole let me have you jump in here because we heard about money and unemployment insurance come claims we heard about money in terms of relief and even up to the end we heard about spending related to the next stimulus bill that's coming up money is is key to all of this and the foundation to all of this as is the question of when yeah and it's really affecting every level of government here and individuals with the stimulus checks a lot of smaller local governments cities and counties were left out of the carers act which provided a lot of money for cities and counties with more than five hundred thousand people so I know that that is a really big issue for the smaller counties probably most counties out in the country and here in California where they're looking at their budgets and wondering how it's going to work and how they're going to make ends meet in the next few months and he mentioned a few opportunities to try to you know get in for local governments for small businesses in these upcoming congressional relief bills and threw some shade at Mitch McConnell who mentioned that he was not keen on helping states pull themselves out of the pits that the corona virus pandemic is causing so I want to go to that in particular because Mitch McConnell's words had been I think this whole business of additional assistance for state and local governments needs to be thoroughly evaluated he went on to say there's not going to be any desire on the Republican side the bailout state pensions by borrowing money from future generations and this this heading of stopping blue state bailouts is what the governor was asked to comment about he was explicit he said Mitch McConnell's comments were offensive that the state in this country are about to my hi Chrissie and innovation and he hopes he said that those words will be taken back that's really the strongest politically I have seen governor Newsom B. in several many weeks even try president trump came up again today because the governor announced yesterday that trump had promised California a hundred thousand test swabs which is something that every state is in need of right now and needs some mention the ninety thousand of those are arriving tomorrow with more on the way in weeks to come and he was very nice about trump said promise made promise kept Newsome has been in some pro trump ads recently I would not be surprised if that quote goes right into a trump campaign ad did you see that sort of smooth gloss over the math there too ninety thousand is not one hundred thousand to ten thousand are going to be in the next order so everybody's going to be watching for two hundred sixty thousand on the next one with this of course is the picture of what covered nineteen is doing in the state of California so let's listen to a piece of the news today that was actually quite profound and this is in the tracking of the numbers yesterday was the deadliest day for this virus in the state a hundred and fifteen human beings lost their lives families torn apart it was the deadliest day in the state of California I don't say that lightly on all say that certainly cheerfully I don't say that except in any of those individuals it's one of those numbers represents a family represents a life lost and a journey that their families will be on in their loved ones that is very different than the one that predates they're passing of that love one but it's also a reminder we're not out of the woods yet I know there's deep desire people making calls an hourly basis and it's time to open back up consider the deadliest day in the state of California the last twenty four hours eight point five percent increase in the total number of deaths we saw five point six percent increase in the total number of people tested positive in the state of California so let me jump over to Leslie McClurg at KQED and Leslie where you put these numbers in some sort of context because California's numbers are going up but these numbers are nowhere near what we've been hearing in New York Louisiana New Jersey Michigan what exactly right now over the last week we've seen the state average about fifteen hundred cases per day increase in as the governor said there it is that a five point six percent increase which brings us to eighteen hundred for fifteen hundred to eighteen hundred if it's a big jump over a day and again as he said you know a hundred and fifteen people lost their lives the average is about seventy eight so we are maybe beginning to see a rise but we see you know nearly twenty thousand people you know passed away unfortunately in New York so we are fortunately set of overalls who were fortunately seeing much lower numbers here but we are rising but you know as the health and Human Services you know secretary mark Ali said we are at the low end of the models we are you know they made some projections and we are at the low end of what of what those projections could have bent so we're doing good and I think the the governor brought that forward to illustrate as he mentioned several times throughout his speech that is going to be hot this weekend but it's still time to stay home this is that the virus is still active in in the community and perhaps for some people the staying home has been a lot of distance learning or zoom meetings are being caught up in gardening or anything else Leslie it's not been about being so wonky but if you are on that side of things isn't it remarkable how much time we spend in the numbers in the variety of sets of numbers for what this pandemic is doing I just find a phenomenal not give her radio either really hard to follow and and radio reporters but I think as the governor pointed out there we really need to remember at a hundred and fifteen people you know with with family with friends with parents with sisters and brothers and so as we watch these numbers those are the numbers and the science that are really influencing the models that are making the decisions that how long we stay inside and stay on the call that she can and stay you know somewhat isolated it really is to save lives and lower you know these numbers well you just put two interesting things together house sometimes in the statistics we stay isolated from the way it feels and if you sit and feel seventy or eighty or a hundred and fifteen people losing their lives in a day and what those families are and it's it's almost impossible it certainly resonates very deeply with everybody well it is going to be a warm weekend even over in the bay area we've got a forecast of maybe ninety degrees what's your forecast look like Leslie you know I haven't looked at it but if I'm outside right now I would guess that it will be at least eighty it's hot outside and I am cooking in my my room I would I would die to be in an air conditioned office right here all right well you take care thanks for joining us today have a good safe weekend we're all back at this again on Monday thank you better take care that is KQED's science reporter Lesley McClurg so Nicole I I do want us to listen again to the governor's words as he talks about what's going to happen through the valley and really a lot across a lot of the state this weekend so here's governor Gavin Newsom one more time look for walking into a very warm weekend the most beautiful weekend to the extent you love warm weather since January at least or since arguably last summer the state of California that means people are prone to want to go to the beaches parks playgrounds and go on a hike and I anticipate there'll be a significant increase in volume but I also think if there is and people are practicing physical distancing I'll be announcing in a week or so these numbers going back up I don't think anybody wants to hear that I don't want to share that information but that's really that's up to me it's more up to all of you mmhm some real dad energy there that's true and I'm thinking about your very first question to the governor the first question he took today and getting the picture of cities and counties and boards and rotary clubs he said and the number of people and efforts pushing on him right now yeah I know that a lot of counties especially smaller counties maybe more rural areas where there aren't a large number of cases or any cases in those communities yet are really a you know seeing these economic impacts and really concerned about getting back to normal and at the end of the day it just comes back to the fact that people have been staying home has worked here in California to stop the virus from spreading as fast as it could and that's really what it comes down to after weeks of this it's been working and the weather's getting warm and people are getting stir crazy and it's getting harder and harder to do that but I mean he said it's the point where it's it's just as important to keep doing it now keep staying home as it was five weeks ago hi Nicole thank you so much for joining us today glad to have your help on these broadcasts Nicole Nixon is cap radio's politics reporter that will wrap up this daily briefing by governor Gavin Newsom continuing news and stories about the covert nineteen battle are available through your local station this has.
"sacramento county" Discussed on KGO 810
"The rest of the bay area Sacramento county is now under a shelter in place order use the regions are pulling a proposal to increase cost calling it unseemly to raise tuition during the current national health emergency the move would raise tuition for the next five incoming freshmen classes UC regent chairman John Peres says the UC system needs the extra revenue and they could revive this matter at a later date but that it just doesn't feel appropriate right now as napa and Solano counties join the rest of the bay area in a shelter in place order another drive through testing site is opening in the bay area this one has opened up the Santa Clara county fairgrounds it's run being run by a subsidiary of alphabet there's a second site that's already opened in San Mateo county the testing site requires online registration before you go going to the snow right now might seem appealing from anywhere bay area residents but city leaders in Truckee want people to stay away for now the Sierra Nevada town wants to remind visitors the consequences of covert nineteen in that small town would be devastating to their excellent but limited health care system is already one confirmed case of the corona virus in Truckee that person is under self quarantine they say that for those who love tracking some of the best ways to support the community and tourism based economy is to buy gift cards or shop online from afar rebook your lodging for a later date tourism leaders say have hope stay in place scroll through the pictures of good times in Truckee and plan to come later celebrities politicians and professional athletes faced a backlash this week as several revealed they had been tested for the corona virus even if they didn't have a fever or other symptoms it's filling a perception that the wealthy and the famous have been able to jump to the head of the line to get tested others have been turned away concerns over preferential treatment underscore a fundamental truth about inequalities in the American health care system those are the financial means can often get a different level of service and European leaders are urging Netflix and other streaming platforms to stop showing video in high def to prevent the internet from breaking worry as with so many people staying.
"sacramento county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Five sorry Sacramento county now is forty five confirm novel coronavirus or covert nineteen cases three of which are resulted in fatalities it is also clear the Sacramento county now has community transmission of this virus in order to slow the spread of cove in nineteen we've been taking significant steps first focusing on containment strategies what we pinpoint the exposure and employee quarantine or isolation in places such as nursing homes group homes and the justice system however with the start of the community transmission we have had to protect the most vulnerable from exposure to the virus so on March ninth Sacramento county began undertaking strong mitigation measures intends to reduce the risk of death and illness among those most vulnerable population these measures were intended to do two things decrease exposure of seniors and the chronically ill to the virus while keeping less vulnerable populations from exposing the high risk population this evolution to mitigation has also allowed our health care system in Sacramento county to plan resources to take care of severely ill patients our March twelfth state and federal health agencies issued guidance to support our efforts on mitigation and finally on March seventeenth the governor's office provided details that strength in these efforts even further by prohibition of all gatherings including dining in restaurants that same afternoon the county announces support of the state directives and issued strong directives of our own which urge those in the Sacramento region to stay home in pursuit of the ultimate goal protecting those most at risk in these past eleven days however the United States has learned a lot about this virus but it's continued spread in Sacramento county necessitates the additional step of issuing an order therefore as of tonight March nineteenth twenty twenty at eleven fifty nine PM or one minute before midnight the Sacramento county health officer Dr Libya to Syria he is directing all individuals living in the county to stay at their place of rabbit residence except for essential activities which I'll outline shortly the legal order is based on the same directives of social distancing issued this week to slow the transmission of the disease but it provides more detail and enforcement ability to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus the legal order limits activity travel and business functions to only the most essential needs with the over arching goal being to slow the spread of cove in nineteen and to flatten the curve so that hospitals and other medical facilities are not overwhelmed with a wave of sick people let me reiterate we are issuing this order with the over arching goal being to slow the spread of the virus and others and to flatten the curve so that hospitals and other medical facilities are not overwhelmed with the wave of sick people in other words to spread out the serious cases as much as possible I know you probably won't be able to see this but just as an example if twenty percent of people were infected over the next six months the darker red are how many hospital beds will be needed if it's over twelve months it's lighter and if it's over six eighteen months when others really spreading out the cases it's virtually non it non that unnecessary to have additional hospital beds the order and bear with me as I describe some of the details all of which will be posted after this press conference states that all individuals currently living within the county of Sacramento or or just stay at home or at their place of residence to the extent individuals are using shared or outdoor spaces they must at all times as reasonably possible maintain social distancing of at least sixty feet from any other person when they're outside of the residence all persons may leave their residence only for essential activities essential governmental functions or to operate essential businesses all businesses with the facility in the county except essential businesses are required to cease all activities at these facilities except for minimum basic operations and for the definitions of this please see our have public health order which we put out at the end of this news conference all public and private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a householder living unit are prohibited except for limited purposes as described in a minute all bars and brewpubs should be closed all in dining at restaurants should cease with the exception of home delivery and takeout and all gyms bingo halls and card room should close close nothing in this order prohibits a gathering of members of the household or living unit finally all travel including but not limited to travel on foot bicycle scooter motorcycle automobile or public transit except essential travel and essential activities is also prohibited except as sexual activities those that are allowed again these are activities that are allowed are defined by the following six categories number one engaging in activities are performing tasks essential.
"sacramento county" Discussed on KTOK
"The person being treated in Sacramento county California California health officials say the new case of culvert nineteen appears to be a turning point this patient had not recently travelled nor been in touch with the recent traveler California department of public health director Sonia angels as they are contacting everyone this person had contact with the way contact tracing works is that we start from the individual that we know has been affected we have interviews with all of those individuals that are around them testing of this patient was delayed and UC Davis Medical Center officials said they had to ask the CDC to test the patient for the virus we should have care givers doctors have the capacity in real time on demand to advances testing protocols governor Gavin Newsom says he's been assured by the CDC that more testing kids are on the way oxes Jessica Rosenthal vice president Mike pence is in charge of the administration's response the risk of the spread of the corona virus in the United States of America remains low that's according to all of our experts and it's a direct result of the unprecedented action the president trump took last month on fox's Hannity there are sixty cases of the virus in the US democratic presidential candidate and former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg critical of the administration's response factors president trump was briefed on the corona virus two months ago but he just buried his head in the sand and I think his failure to prepare for a pandemic is crippling crippling our ability to respond and Limerick says the lack of repaired is by the administration is what's because financial markets to tank again today the Dow gave up nearly twelve hundred points Asian stocks falling further on fears of the virus Tokyo's benchmark fell by an unusually wide margin of three point four percent and Shanghai Hong Kong and Seoul all dropped by more than two percent America.
"sacramento county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On Saul Gonzalez reporting today from San Francisco officials with the centers for disease control and prevention have confirmed a case of novel coronavirus in California that is not known to be related to travel or direct contact with someone who's already contracted the virus the person is a resident of Solano county and contact tracing the case has already begun KQED's Kevin stark has more officials with the state department of public health confirm a possible person to person transmission of novel coronavirus in the general public but the source is unknown it would be the first time this has happened in the U. S. state officials confirm the patient is receiving medical treatment at a hospital in Sacramento county they stressed the risk to the public remains low the case is under investigation this brings the total number of novel coronavirus cases in California tonight for the California report I'm Kevin stark the California department of public health says the state has a strong health care system and is prepared and actively responding to the potential community spread of cove in nineteen meanwhile along with San Francisco Orange County has declared a local state of emergency in response to the virus that emergency declaration is partially a response to a proposal to move coronavirus patients to a state facility in the county that sparked a backlash from elected officials and local residents who don't want virus patients there and what about the virus and California's tech industry Facebook says it's prohibiting advertisements that make false claims about products tied to the corona virus like facemask advertisements claiming the products are one hundred percent guaranteed to prevent the spread of the virus social media companies are also trying to crack down on conspiracy theories about corona virus and on users.
"sacramento county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Segment. News from your neighborhood. We have local news debrief now PK reporter, Mike blunt is here. And I know we're going to Eldorado county and Davis. Yes. So in El Dorado county probation officer is currently under investigation for allegedly recording minor without their consent while they were house sitting for him. The investigation is taking place in here in Sacramento county and the probation officer, John Steve. Even ru is is facing charges of child pornography and voyeurism the internet was reported. The Folsom police department by the teen after they realized they were being recorded Ruas also being investigated for allegedly recording a woman with a hidden camera at work without her knowledge. He's currently out on bail it. Davis Davis high school ban fundraiser for music students in paradise schools resulted in new instruments for all the students who were affected by the campfire Nashville based Jupiter instruments announce at the fundraiser, they were donating about thirty thousand dollars worth of new instruments to replace the ones that have been loaded students, but were destroyed in the fire paradise high school band teacher. Bob Scofield provided. Tim's music and Sacramento. Listen to instruments that were loss and both companies work to make the donations happen. That's awesome. Efforts right now going on to help replace you don't think of that. When you think of a school burning down? I mean, all of those instruments in this music program. So they're taking in thirty thousand dollars trying to do the math in my head. I don't I don't know how much that buys those things are very very expensive. Former band student. I can tell you. What did you play? I played clarinet in grade school. So do you still play? I do not you couldn't if I right now would make some terrible noises for you right now. We'll skip it. Appreciate that. We're Kelly brothers. He's involved in a fundraising effort having to do with music students up in campfire good for I know Kelly's involved in a lot of fundraisers. He does a lot. He goes. All right. Thank you so much Mike for sheet. It time now is five forty three and coming up right here on the KFI became morning news. President Trump is at the border today. We're going to talk to Alex stone to find out what the president is most interested in seeing that's next on news ninety three but one K K trust.
"sacramento county" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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