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"sacramento county superior court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The stockpiling chicken as it gears up to launch a new nugget product. July 27th. The chain says it's been building it's frozen chicken inventory for months, There is a chicken shortage. I'm Gina, sir. Very at Bloomberg News radio 600 Kogo. Thanks, Gina. It's 6. 32 and the judges ruled that Governor Newsom cannot put his Democratic party affiliation on the ballot that you'll see. If you decide whether to remove him. Newsom's campaign missed a deadline to submit his affiliation. The secretary of state, surely Weber for the September 14th recall election. Newsom's campaign said it was inadvertent and asked whether who was appointed by Newsome and is from San Diego to allow the affiliation to appear. She said the issue needed to go before a judge. So Newsome filed a lawsuit. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge James Arguments rejected Newsom's appeal. Newsom's Republican opponents criticized his lawsuit as an attempt to change rules. Everyone else must follow Phil for our Cocoa News. The California recall election is being held the same way as last November's election, and the county is hiring thousands of people to work. Just like the presidential election. Every registered voter in California will be receiving a mail in ballot. We will have approximately 130. Mail ballot drop off locations across the county open for nearly a month. So when those mail ballots start going out August 16th, you could act on those mail ballots and drop them off at any of these locations or through the U. S. Postal Service Cynthia past the interim Red Star of voters for San Diego County, saying, Just like November there'll be 200 in person voting locations as well. They're hiring up to 2500 people for those sites the next few weeks. Including managers making $20 an hour SD vote dot com Jack quoting Cooking news, a neighborhood residential coalition is arguing a pair of bills is threatening single family neighbourhoods. SP nine would override local zoning laws by allowing up to eight units on a single family Lot. The other one SB 10, introduced by Senator Scott Wiener would allow cities and counties to approve up to 14 units on single family lots. He says it would help ease California's housing, affordability crisis and the climate crisis and minimize displacement and crowding. But up North Elmhurst neighborhood Association president Maggie Coulter there is this thought out there that oh, it's rich white people that are trying to keep people out of their neighborhoods. That is absolutely not true. These bills are going to go after neighborhoods that are more predominantly people of color. That's where developers are going to go in, build apartments and displace those people. She says. That's me nine and 10 would fuel gentrification and displacement in areas where housing costs are lower. President Biden visiting Philadelphia today to speak on voter rights, White House officials say expanding access to people across the country to vote is going to be a major focus of the presidency. The president also expected to call out those who continue to claim the 2020 election was rigged. General Scott Miller handed over command in Afghanistan to General Frank McKenzie. It'll be Mackenzie's job to wrap up the U. S troop withdrawal. Pentagon press Secretary John Kirby says the U. S accomplished its mission there that was to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a safe haven for another attack on the homeland. And there hasn't been one since 9 11 and Al Qaeda while present is nowhere near the organization that it once was. Total troop withdrawal is expected to happen. By the end of August. There's a new warning about the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, The FDA will start attaching a warning to Johnson and Johnson Covid vaccines about an increased risk for a rare neurological condition. Regulators say. While the odds of developing G Emburey syndrome or slim data shows those who get the change a vaccine, or 3 to 5 times more likely to develop the condition than the general population. Federal officials say about 100. People of the At least 30 million vaccinated with the Jnj shot have developed the condition. No link has reportedly even found between the condition and the fighter beyond. Tekle Moderna vaccines. Bob Brown, NBC News Radio New York Ooh, this one's going to hurt. The cost of your morning cup of coffee is going up. Jeremy Brooks, his head of sourcing for Santa Cruz, based Verve coffee and says he doesn't think it's going to hurt sales copy of such an integral part of People's Day to day life that most people are willing to pay the extra quarter 50 cents for that daily couple. Yeah. He's right. Yeah, he's just he's right. The price hike is thanks to a historic drought that's wrecked the coffee crop in Brazil and Brazil produces about a third of the world's coffee beans, Arabica beans already up 60% over last summer, I knew I should have stocked up. I knew it. Little Caesars is the latest restaurant chain to introduce a plant based meat substitutes. They're selling a plant Irani pizza with field roast, which is made of fennel, cracked black pepper, garlic and paprika. All of which are really good things. Actually, the pizzas are available in New York City, Detroit, Miami L. A. Portland and San Francisco skipping San Diego. Obviously, little, Caesar says, it's the first pepperoni substitute made from P protein and not soy. Charges are coming after a party goes viral on social media will explain. We have your traffic and your updated weather in three minutes as well. Kogo news time 6 37 Turn to news radio 600 Kogo for the latest father, Joe Carroll, who spent decades helping the homeless in San Diego, has died at the age of 80. Some are pointing to politics for the gap and vaccination rates among states news radio 600 Kogo. Alright, let's say you have a house here in San Diego, and maybe it's an empty nest now. Or maybe you're saying Luke. I could use a little more elbow room in this thing You want to talk to Chris Heller. It is a hot market and you are dealing with some complex issues. When it comes to real estate. You want an experienced agent you can trust to navigate through offers to leverage the best deal with the highest return. Look, this is probably I mean at what.
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"And excessive heat warning goes into effect from Midday Thursday to Saturday evening for tonight, mainly clear skies We'll see alot tonight 60 to 64 tomorrow mostly sunny and hot with a high of 99 to 1 Oh three Thursday, mostly sunny, very hot record breaking temperatures high 1721 11. I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk 90 in Sacramento right now, 90 in Roseville 90 in Elk Grove. It's 5 31 now at KFBK, and we start with your top story Governor Newsom today, marking the end of pandemic era restrictions, including masks, social distancing and capacity restrictions. And just about all settings. Finally, we are here June 15th to turn the page to move beyond capacity limits to move beyond these color coding move beyond social distancing and physical distancing. And yes, As you saw me walk up, the stage moved beyond mass. Coverings, yes And of course businesses. It was still waiting. I employers and employees waiting on Cal, OSHA and Cape because Nick McGahee's will join us at 5 47 to go in depth on how today's reopening will affect California businesses right now. More news with K P CASE, John Michaels Kitty Californians will soon have a new option for carrying their vaccination card KFBK is Jodi Guerrero tells us about the option of a digital version at a San Francisco news conference yesterday, Governor Gavin Newsom was careful to say it's not a vaccine passed. Support or a requirement. However, anyone worried about losing or damaging their paper card can get an electronic version if they want, he says. Details will be announced later this week. Jodi Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK, The company that completed some preliminary work on the Major league Soccer stadium in the Sacramento Rail Yards, is suing Ron Burkle, claiming you never paid them. Merkel pulling out of the MLS deal four months ago, leaving Sacramento without a franchise or the stadium it would play in Icon venue group, a nationally known stadium designer and builder, filed a lawsuit in Sacramento County Superior Court, claiming Burkle and his business partner, Matt Alvarez, owe them $2.3 million. The Sacramento Republic FC plays in the U. S. L. The equivalent of triple A baseball. They were hoping for the MLS franchise, but it's dependent on getting the stadium belt. Southwest Airlines travelers across the nation dealing with another day of headaches. ABC's Alex Stone tells us it's because of computer issues. For a second day in a row, Southwest Airlines had issues with a computer system and for a second day in a row and met nationwide Southwest flights were grounded and delayed after the FAA issued a temporary ground stop for Southwest planes. The airline tells us Now it's system is back up and running, and it's in the process of resuming normal operations. Still, though, in many places the impacts are being felt the airline tweeting, the teams are working quickly to minimize flight disruptions. Even sell flight aware dot com says Southwest is cancelled Almost 500 flights today delayed more than 700. More long lines at airports in several states have been reported. It's 5 34 on the kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Alright, thanks, Joe. National Dog Bite Awareness Week this week in Sacramento ranks pretty high on the list of the nation's worst cities for dog attacks gave a case Nicky Morgan Sacramento is the 16th War City for dog attacks on U. S Postal Workers. Letter carrier Carol Mondini says it's super important for carriers to be prepared. Run into dogs just about anywhere. On the street in apartment complexes, places that you might not expect, And the most important thing is for carriers to be aware that they need to be on the lookout. But Mondini says there are easy steps to prevent these dog attacks from happening, but even more so that customers understand that their dogs or their pets and their protectors. And during the delivery hours, they need to keep those pets put away in a very secure location. In 2020, more than 5800 postal workers were attacked nationwide. Nika McGahee's snooze 93.1 kfbk now your national stories on kfbk, the nation's two most populous states and lifted the last of their covid 19 restrictions. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo the fat What New York has done is extraordinary. We went literally from worst to for California.
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"Including the shooter. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep. One of the victims was on the phone with his brother. When the shooting started. We question Mayor Sam Accardo of San Jose. Also black women seek out black O B G Y ends and it's making medical schools rethink. You do? The news is next. Live from NPR News in Washington. Encore of a Coleman Ah Group of Senate Republicans is offered a counterproposal to President Bynes Infrastructure plan. It's considerably smaller and less expensive and covers items such as repairs for the nation's roads and bridges. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Biden will discuss his plan later today. In Cleveland. White House Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre says President Biden will make a clear case that his economic plan Is working. He'll talk about how far we've come as a country because of the actions we've taken over the last four months, turning the tide on the pandemic, creating 500,000 new jobs each month. On average. Biden is also expected to make another push for his massive infrastructure plan, which includes upgrades to the nation's roads, bridges and highways. The White House and congressional Republicans remain far apart on the size and scope of the plan, but negotiations are ongoing. Winter Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington A majority of Senate Republicans are expected to block a plan to set up a commission to investigate the deadly January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol. The committee is to be bipartisan, and lawmakers from both parties have tried to save it. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says Democrats supporting the commission want to use it to litigate former President Donald Trump's actions. Yesterday's mass shooting has left nine victims dead in San Jose, California. The gunman also took his life from member station KQED Oddity Bond. Alamoudi reports. The San Francisco Bay area is mourning the Santa Clara County medical examiner has released the names of the victims. They range in age from 29 years old to 63. They were all employees of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo expressed shock over the incident They showed up for work every day is essential workers Despite Risk to their own health. They did it because they understood their mission. Their commitment to public service. Federal and local investigators are still processing evidence and trying to piece together what happened Wednesday morning. They suspect it will take weeks as the crime scene is very large and in multiple locations. For NPR News. I'm a dirty bundle Moody In San Jose, one of the world's top ranked professional tennis players, Naomi Osaka, says she will not take questions from reporters during the French Open tennis tournament. Sokka says press conferences put an undue burden on the mental health of players every time he asked me a question. I hold my breath so scared. Osaka, a multiple Grand Slam tournament winner could face a fine of up to $20,000. She says If she is fine, she hopes the money goes to a mental health charity. On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 143 points at 34,466. The NASDAQ is up 10 points that 13,748. This is NPR. It's 804. I'm Cherry Glaser. With KCRW News. The campaign to recall Governor Gavin Newsom is looking more more like an uphill fight. A new poll finds that a solid majority of California voters 57% oppose the recall on Lee 40% want to remove Newsome from offices, KCRW's Darryl Saxman reports. That means organizer's of the recall aren't making much headway. This new survey from the Public Policy Institute of California finds that a majority of likely voters approve of Newsome's job performance. There's also a sense of optimism right now. That's helping Newsome more than 90% of respondents say the worst of the pandemic is behind us. The recall campaign was spurred by anger over Newsome's pandemic related business closures. The campaign gathered more than the roughly 1.5 million signatures needed to qualify for the ballot this fall. But the P p I C pole echoes. Other surveys that found organizer's are having a hard time expanding their base. Not surprisingly, the recall is popular among Republicans and in more conservative inland areas of the state. But in the big population areas of Los Angeles in the Bay Area, fewer than one third of likely voters supported For KCRW. I'm Darryl Saxman district Attorney's Up and down California are suing to try and block emergency rules that expand good conduct credits and could significantly shortened sentences for tens of thousands of inmates. More than 40 D A's bringing, the lawsuit claimed the change could eventually lead to earlier releases for violent offenders. KCRW's Larry Parole has that story, The lawsuit argues. California's corrections secretary used the emergency declaration to bypass the usual regulatory and public comment process needed for a significant policy change. It asks a Sacramento County Superior Court judge to block the granting of any good conduct credits until it goes through standard regulatory and public reviews. Until then, the days also want the new regulations thrown out. The department says it acted under the authority given by voters when they passed prop 57 in 2016. They say it allows most inmates to be granted earlier parole. Under the new rules are projected 63,000 inmates convicted of violent crimes would serve two thirds of their sentences. Another 13,000 additional prisoners could be eligible for release after serving half their sentences. Sacramento County district attorney and Marie Schubert said Allowing the early release for the most dangerous criminals creates a serious public safety risk for KCRW. I'm Larry Peral. Meanwhile, three criminal justice reform bills are advancing the state legislature, including one that could end the careers of bad Apple police officers by preventing them from moving to another department. That bill by state Senator Steven Bradford of L. A, would create a mandatory new state license or certification that could then be revoked. But even if the measure passes the state Senate, some supporters say the bills still need more work in the assembly. And with a genius level I Q of 1 46 Cash Quest of Ella has become the latest member of MENSA, the oldest and largest, accuse society in the world and get this. She's just two years old. The toddler is currently the youngest member of American MENSA with an acute that is 46 points above the national average. Support for NPR comes from molecule, maker of molecule air purifiers using PICO technology. Each device is designed if it seamlessly into homes. Maura Molecule spelled with a k dot com code. 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"sacramento county superior court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Creating that new grade TK It's a readiness gap is much more than it is an achievement gap. People aren't left behind as often as they are, they start behind. Newsom will provide more details in his revised budget to the Legislature tomorrow this morning. Sacramento Mayor Pro TEM Angelique Ashby has announced her candidacy for the California state Senate needs a Sacramento Sacramento has a housing crisis. I think bringing back some form of redevelopment will be really important, a lot of schools that are lacking and infrastructure we need to continue to recruit jobs. This region. I'm ready to take that fight up there. I want to work on our climate goals. I want to fight for families. Incumbent state Senator Dr Richard Pan, who has turned out of office is endorsing Ashby. Ashby is the longest serving member of the Sacramento City Council. This morning. A man charged in the 2017 death of a CHP officer who was then released early, is once again facing trial in Sacramento. Johnny's Agostini reports Alberto Morales Quiroz was sentenced to 10 years in state prison for leading Chase with CHP officers in 2017 on a stolen motorcycle in which an officer suffered a fatal crash earlier this month after being released early in July, 2020 due to covert 19 capacity goals, heroes, was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a family member with an illegal ghost gun. Preliminary hearing was held in a Sacramento County Superior Court yesterday. And curios is next hearing is scheduled for June. 2nd Johnny D. Augustine E News 93.1 KFBK There is word this morning that Las Vegas and Major League baseball that Bennett talks for a couple of years now about moving the Oakland Athletics to Las Vegas. Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman says the city has been active in talks with a number of major league sports teams for the past couple of decades, trying to lure them to the city, including the Oakland A's. Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft says the city will fight to keep the A's gasses again flowing through a major East Coast pipeline after a cyber attack. But there's little fuel to be found. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula has the latest on this new report at seven. It's a frustrating and anxious search for gasoline across the Southeast and mid Atlantic. I had to go to Barbara sees different places before I did last night. Steve Harrison could only find expensive, high grade gas in Warner Robins, Georgia Premium gas. Yeah, I had.
"sacramento county superior court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"More educated related announcements, including more on how to address the digital divide many students face when it comes The technology access Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK this morning Sacramento Mayor Pro TEM Angelique Ashby has announced that she is running for state Senate. Now more than ever. California needs people with diverse backgrounds to lead this'd is a new day. She's running for the seat currently held by state Senator Dr Richard Pan, who has turned out of office and who is endorsing ash speech is someone is going to be hands on working with people on the ground, really trying to build a much stronger and healthier Sacramento and Sacramento region. Ashby is the longest serving member of the Sacramento City Council this morning, a man charged in the 2000 Aventine death of a CHP officer who was then released early, is once again facing trial in Sacramento. Here's KFBK Johnny de Agostini, Alberto Morales Quiroz was sentenced to 10 years in state prison for leading a chase with CHP officers in 2017 on a stolen motorcycle in which an officer suffered a fatal crash. Earlier this month after being released early in July, 2020 due to cope in 19 capacity goals heroes was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a family member with an illegal ghost gun. Preliminary hearing was held in a Sacramento County Superior Court yesterday and curios is next hearing is scheduled for June. 2nd Johnny D. Augustine E News 93.1 calf became the president of Santa Clara University, Kevin O'Brien has resigned. He has been under investigation for allegedly for alleged misconduct with graduate students at the school. Officials at the college say that O'Brien engaged in behaviors during dinners with Jesuit graduate students that were quote inconsistent with established Jesuit protocols and boundaries. This morning, the university's board of trustees has begun their search for a new president. The Colonial pipeline, which supplies fuel too much of the East Coast is back open again. But drivers there can expect to wait in long lines at gas stations for days. Here's cave because Mark Mayfield, the company announced it was back up and running yesterday afternoon following a recent cyber attack. Pipeline serves much of the South and East Coast, and officials say it will take several days for the supply chain to return to normal. The shutdown has led to gas shortages and long lines at service stations across the South. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 kfbk Not now five or five. It is time for our featured audio clip this hour this morning. A Republican congressman says Speaker Nancy Pelosi is more interested in politicizing the January six take over the capital. Then she is an investigating as to what really happened. Congressman James Comer. Republican Kentucky says he has been urging Pelosi for weeks to set up a bipartisan committee to investigate, but she's refused. It is our featured audio clip this hour less than a week after the attack on the U. S. Capitol. Joined ranking members Rodney Davis and John Kiko. And introducing a bill to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the facts and circumstances related to the attack. Commission would also identify review and evaluate lessons learned in order to detect, prevent and respond to such kinds of attacks in the future. But instead of seeking to examine the facts in a bipartisan fashion speaker Pelosi in the Democrats have politicized the January six attack. Until last week. Speaker repose Speaker Pelosi refused to entertain an even split. On the panel. Three months. She dragged her feet and failed to build consensus. Meanwhile, the Senate Engaged in bipartisan, constructive problem solving. So you know that that that that story is just not going away. Pelosi won't let it go on be saying. Look, we've we've been trying to get to the bottom of what happened here and move on. And she doesn't want to do that. Um, and those investigations are going to drag on they're gonna drag on and there's gonna be no investigation. As to all the government buildings that have been destroyed in the Portland, Oregon area. No. No, they're not gonna do that. Because I didn't happen in Washington, D c You can't make political hay out of that, Even though there's been like, you know, millions of dollars of damage could done right right anyway. Um, elsewhere in the news this morning. I don't know if you saw this, but the California Auditor Lane Howl issued a report about this. There's an online community college. It's called, Tell Bright. I don't know if you know if you're aware of this. They spent 100 million of our dollars taxpayer dollars on this online. Community college in the first year they graduated 12 students really did it just launch like in the last year. Yeah, First year of Operation 12 students graduated 400 dropped out You You wonder how much of that was pandemic? I mean, just launching during a pandemic is, you know difficult? But $100 million on an online college and you graduate 12. Well, maybe they needed more promotions Don't know That's a lot. That's a lot. Boil. Boil, boy. Yeah, well, I'm sure if they can't pick up those numbers in the next year, there won't be an online college. Well, they're probably shouldn't be an online college. I don't know. Do we need another year of this lot spend? I mean, if you're in the private sector and you're investing $100 million into anything, and the results are 12 Yeah, You're probably you're probably scrapping the program need to set some new goals. Okay, let's get you caught up in this.
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"California announced earlier this week. They would revoke the certification for guiding hand school and Eldorado hills on Friday after the death of student max penson, Sacramento county. Superior Court Judge Richard CEO. She however gave the school a temporary. Stay until January twenty fifth this NewsRadio KP K. And now, traffic
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"Leading forum for prostitution ads including ads depicting the prostitution of children carl farrer the ceo of the site admitted to working with coconspirators to remove certain indicative terms and pictures from that would tip off authorities of prostitution after the ads went through this process they would be published on the site fair entered a plea agreement in sacramento county superior court and could spend a maximum of five years in jail along with that the plea agreement requires him to cooperate in the prosecution of the site's owners and make the company's data available for npr news i'm not bundle moody in sacramento a federal judge in california has imposed a nationwide injunction against the department of justice danielle carson reports the ruling forbids the doj from withholding federal grant money if localities don't cooperate with immigration enforcement ilise lawsuit argued the justice department was violating the constitution's tenth amendment namely that congress controls the federal purse strings not the executive branch so the government can't coerce localities to cooperate with immigration enforcement if they wanna be awarded crimefighting grants danielle carson reporting the biggest teacher's union and oklahoma is calling an end to its nearly twoweekold strike leaders say they achieve victory when lawmakers boosted state education spending by four hundred fifty million dollars but it wasn't the six hundred million that educators had sought this is npr news thirties are learning more about a deadly as uv crash in northern california last month at least five members of the hart family were killed when their suv plunged over a cliff side hope mckennie from member station casey wyan reports the accident may have been intentional neighbors described troubling encounters with the children crying for help and asking for food one of which prompted a call from child protective services in late march just days before the families suv plunged off the cliff officials in washington state have now released a nine one one call from last november the father of a neighbor reported that a child was in distress asking his daughter who lived next door for help he said quote the other night the little girl jumped out of a second story window on the roof and down onto the ground and ran to my daughter and this was like two in the morning begging them to help her to help her and quote the search for the.