15 Burst results for "Sacramento International Airport"

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"And I contend that when you give up any of your freedom, any amount of your freedom, you are in danger. Period. To this date, the TSA, the touching sensitive areas people have yet to stop any terrorist attack on American soil. Period. That's it. None. But what they are doing is causing mayhem. They're treating you like your some sort of a common criminal. They have they have manhandled and fondled more grandmothers and small children than we care to talk about on this radio program. That's what the TSA has done. And I've gotten I've gotten a costume a few times by TSA authorities. And they're very upset because they say they're just doing their jobs. They're also where the stormtroopers. They were just doing their jobs too. A 9 11 you, but I'm getting a little sick and tired of people who are infringing upon the constitutional rights of their fellow citizens and they just shrug their shoulders and say, well, you know, just earned a paycheck. Just doing what they tell me to do. That's my little soapbox speech when it comes to the TSA anyway. They've released the top ten list of unusual items that they have confiscated at the TSA checkpoints. And here we go. Number ten, this happened over in our good friend Harry Hurley's neck of the Woods Atlantic City international airport. They found bullets and a stick of deodorant. So somebody actually shoved a bullets into the deodorant thinking that they would make it through the TSA scanners. Number 9, a pistol was discovered at Newark international airport. Now, this is fascinating. Number 8 on the list, hobby international airport that's over in Houston. And someone decided that they would be clever and they would stuff methamphetamine into a burrito, so they call it a meth burrito. Number 7 on the list, Honolulu international airport, a firearm buckle. Harrisburg international airport in Pennsylvania, a cleaver. And Destin, Florida, the fort Walton beach, someone tried to sneak bear spray onto the airplane. Reagan national airport, someone tried to sneak a machete on board, fireworks at Syracuse, international airport. Now, this is what kills me here. And this is why the TSA sucks. Sacramento international airport, someone tried to get on board an airplane with a gun themed wine holder. So keep in mind it was not an actual gun. It was a gun themed wine holder. And apparently that is, that is against the law, that's against the rules at the TSA checkpoint. But the number one item of the top ten unusual things that the TSA has confiscated at airport checkpoints happened at New Orleans international airport. And if you haven't been to that airport, by the way, I will say this, it's a beautiful airport brand new and they have some of the best airport food and all of America. But it's still a creepy place. Because of the TSA rules. But the number one item a confiscated was that New Orleans international airport, it was a chainsaw. Now, it seems to me you would want to check the chainsaw that might be offended at what are you gonna put it in the overhead compartment? I don't know..

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on WTVN

"The warning that some people may engage in violence during the justice for those arrested for attacking the capital rally on Saturday, DHS memo saying it's aware of online threats. U. S Capitol Police are better prepared for an attack this time with a massive riot fence again circling the capital. That memo, also warning some supporters could use the rally to target Jewish groups. Elected officials and liberal churches sees Andy Field in Washington. If you want to eat indoors at a restaurant in Seattle, maybe We go to a movie or work out at a gym? You're going to need to show proof of covid 19 vaccination or a negative test. These new restrictions, which apply to all of King County, Washington, also cover large outdoor events. Healthcare rationing is expanding in one state is hospitals struggle with the surge in Covid Patient Health Department announced that it would be expanding health care rationing after ST Luke's health system, the largest hospital system in the state. Asked the department to allow crisis standards of care. Crisis care standards means that scarce resources such as ICU beds will be allotted to patients most likely to survive. Another patients will be treated with less effective methods or in dire cases, given pain relief and other similar care. Idaho is one of the least vaccinated states in the country, with only about 40% of residents fully vaccinated. Mark Remillard. ABC News Border Patrol is sending extra manpower to deal with the crush of migrants in Del Rio, Texas, nearly 10,000 packed under a bridge in the city along the US Mexico border. Residents lined the streets and the interstate from the Sacramento International Airport to pay their respects to Sergeant Nicole G, who was killed in last month's attack on the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. We want to.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Another update in 30 minutes from ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger a new warning ahead of Saturday's planned justice for January. 6th rally security, warning that some people may engage in violence during the justice for those arrested for attacking. In the capital rally on Saturday. The DHS memos saying it's aware of online threats. U. S Capitol Police are better prepared for an attack this time with a massive riot fence again circling the capital. That memo, also warning some supporters could use the rally to target Jewish groups, elected officials and liberal churches Andy Field in Washington. If you want to eat indoors at a restaurant in Seattle, maybe go to a movie or work out at a gym. You're going to need to show proof of covid 19 vaccination or a negative test. These new restrictions, which apply to all of King County, Washington, also cover large outdoor events. HEALTHCARE rationing is expanding in one state as hospitals struggle with the surge in Covid Patient Health Department announced that it would be expanding healthcare rationing after ST Luke's health system, the largest hospital system in the state. Asked the department to allow crisis standards of care. Crisis care standards means that scarce resources such as ICU beds will be allotted to patients most likely to survive and other patients will be treated with less effective methods or in dire cases, given pain relief and other similar care. Idaho is one of the least vaccinated states in the country, with only about 40% of residents fully vaccinated. Micro Millard ABC News Border Patrol is sending extra manpower to deal with the crush of migrants in Del Rio, Texas. Nearly 10,000 are packed under a bridge in the city. Along the US Mexico border. Residents lined the streets in the interstate from the Sacramento International Airport to pay their respects to Sergeant Nicole G, who was killed in last month's attack on the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. We want to just show right now that.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"This for January. 6th rally security warning that some people may engage in violence during the justice for those arrested for attacking the capital rally on Saturday. DHS memos saying it's aware of online threats. U. S Capitol police are better prepared for an attack this time with a massive riot fence again circling the capital. That memo, also warning some supporters could use the rally to target Jewish groups. Elected officials and liberal churches is Andy Field in Washington, If you want to eat Indoors at a restaurant in Seattle, maybe go to a movie or work out at a gym. You're going to need to show proof of covid 19 vaccination or a negative test. These new restrictions, which apply to all of King County, Washington, also cover large outdoor events. Healthcare rationing is expanding in one state is hospitals struggle with the surge in Covid Patient Health Department announced that it would be expanding healthcare rationing after ST Luke's health system, the largest hospital system in the state. Asked the department to allow crisis standards of care. Crisis care standards means that scarce resources such as ICU beds will be allotted to patients most likely to survive. Another patients will be treated with less effective methods or in dire cases, given pain relief and other similar care. Idaho is one of the least vaccinated states in the country, with only about 40% of residents fully vaccinated. Mark Remillard. ABC News Border Patrol is sending extra manpower to deal with the crush of migrants in Del Rio, Texas, nearly 10,000 packed under a bridge in the city along the US Mexico border. Residents lined the streets and the interstate from the Sacramento International Airport to pay their respects to Sergeant Nicole G, who was killed in last month's attack on the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. We want to just show right now that.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Very latest news 93.1 KFBK An attempt to get the federal mask mandate on board planes revoked by the U. S. Supreme Court has failed. NBC s Alex Stone has more a fully vaccinated man in Washington, D C, who refuses to cover his face because of an anxiety disorder, was asking the U. S Supreme Court for an emergency injunction against the federal mask mandate on board planes so he could fly without a mask this weekend. Two lower courts refused to suspend enforcement of the mask rule. He alleged federal agencies have violated their authority in quick order. Justice Clarence Thomas denied his petition in the mask rule will remain in place. Alec Stone BBC Their major league Baseball commissioner, Rob Manfred says the future of AIDS baseball in Oakland will be decided in the coming months. San Francisco Chronicle says Manfred commented on the Oakland A's ballpark issue during his annual address to the Baseball Writers Association, saying Las Vegas remains a viable alternative and that the ayes have explored other options. Medford, calling it a decision point for the city whether they want to have major League baseball moving forward. City Council is scheduled to vote next week on the Yays proposal for a new ballpark at the Howard Terminal site. It's 5 34 on the KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Alright, Thanks Joe and Sacramento International Airports. Fairy friends are back to calm travelers nerves, Airport spokesperson Scott Johnson says many people have missed the pups during the pandemic. There was immediately a big hit. We had teams come out on a couple of days last week, and they were really overwhelmed almost with folks coming up to say hi The teams are known as the boarding area, relaxation, core or bark for short, and they've been relieving the anxiety at the airport since 2015 Johnson says the dogs are there to greet travellers once they passed through security in both terminal A and B Let's get a look at your top national stories. Now on KFBK. Over half of all states are reporting a jump in new covid 19 cases of at least 10%. Texas House Democrats who traveled to Washington D. C to block a series of election reforms, met today with Vice President Harris. What you have done comes with great.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Including the No place for hate program at the request of students and alumni. That's according to the San Diego Union Tribune, which also said the move received pushback from residents and parents who say this School district is going too far, with some parents, claiming there aren't any racial problems in the community. Last summer, more than 4700 people signed a petition for Coronado Schools to address systemic racism. The world's largest manufacturer of vaccines and medicines for animals. Zoetis is donating 11,000 doses of Covid 19 vaccines to zoos and animal sanctuaries in 27 states. California's Oakland Zoo has already begun immunizing tigers, mountain lions, bears and ferrets. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Nick, Um God is from the I. Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic checking KFBK traffic leading off in Vacaville Eastbound 80 After Peabody Road, There's a car fully engulfed in flames on the right shoulder fire clues around the scene, blocking the right lane Sacramento dealing with a monster delayed westbound eating between Al Camino and the causeway up in this year in Nevada, Westbound 50 at the Pioneer Trail. There's a multi vehicle pile up blocking the right wing. You've got to stand still in Sacramento Westbound 50 between Jefferson Boulevard and I 80 And also in Sacramento. You're stopping go north beyond five between 80 and Sacramento International Airport for the body leading the way home Traffic center Steve Herrera News Howdy 3.1 kfbk. Now. Sacramento weather sighting of this afternoon high 90 to 94 clear much of tonight. Overnight low of 55 59 Sunday tomorrow High 88 to 92 a little warmer Wednesday sunshine 9 92 to 96 banking whether meteorologist virus in News 93.1 kfbk. Next update in less than 30 minutes, breaking news, the second in.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Holiday weekend has already turned deadly in Sacramento with a man drowning in the American River Sunday evening. Sacramento Fire captain Keith Wade says with temperatures well over 100 degrees this weekend, anyone headed to the river to cool down should take precautions people going into the water or around the water or on boats on top of the water. You need to be wearing life safety fast so that we can avoid any sort of tragedy like the one that we had yesterday afternoon. There's also debris in many waterways and well, conditions may look calm. On the surface. There are dangers lurking below. Visitors at Disneyland Resort were shaken up after a small earthquake hit Anaheim shortly after midnight. The 2.7 magnitude quake was felt as far away as Irvine and Huntington Beach. According to the U. S Geological Survey. There are no reports of any damage or injuries from the temblor. That was a quick look at the latest news. I'm Nick Um, a goddess from the I Heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic taking a look at KFBK traffic tracking your roadways on this Memorial day? A few things that tell you what first happening. Davis West 1 80 years sluggish from child's Road to Mace Boulevard. This is due to a Carver's A motorcycle crash down on the center divider. Emergency crews headed to the scene right now in Sacramento. Eastbound Idiot truck so road look up for a mattress in the second lane from the left. Slow right in Newcastle on west 1 80 between 1 93 and Rocklin Road north on I five years Stop and go between Marina Boulevard and Sacramento International Airport. Traffic, um, attends every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. I'm Christine Samra News. Any viewpoint One kfbk now Sacramento weather Very hot weather through tomorrow's Sunday on this memorial day, I have 102 to 1 of those six tonight Clear those 60 to 64 bodies, Sunshine tomorrow High 98 to 1 or two a break in the heat wave on Wednesday. Banky weather meteorologist Barson He was 93.1 kfbk. Next update.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Economy is re opening. More people are flying kfbk Johnny de Agostini has the story now from Sacramento International Airport. The latest reports from the Sacramento International Airport show nearly 700,000 people flew to or from the capital last month. Nearly 10 times the number of passengers in April of last year. It's also an increase of more than 100,000 fliers month over month from February. Still, air travel is ultimately down with these passenger numbers being about 60% of a typical non pandemic year. Johnny D. Agostini, There's 93.1 KFBK are Gas Prices continue to rise? Morfogen, CBS News correspondent Matt Piper Industry experts say it's due in part to the supply disruption after that 10 Day shutdown of the colonial pipeline after a cyber hack earlier this month. The price of the pump is $1.5 higher than it was at this time last year. The cheapest gas can be found in Houston at 2 53 a gallon the highest price for a gallon $4.23 in San Francisco. That Piper CBS News, You know the news for you this morning. The January 6th Commission faces an uncertain future support among Republicans in the Senate is not their Cape because Mike Power reports support the creation of a nonpartisan bipartisan Commission. Republican Senator Susan Collins wants a commission staff to be either jointly appointed by both parties or staff than equal numbers by both sides, according to the Washington Post. Collins and three other Republican senators, including Mitt Romney, have expressed openness to the commission 11. Republican senators are still considering the legislation. While 10 Republican senators have not made any statements about the bill or made any ambiguous one's Mike Power News 93.1 kfbk well, despite some support from some Republicans on that front, by the way, 805 featured on Clip will be from a senator saying that the January six commission as future in the Senate does not look very strong it all this morning. Okay? The You may take action against Belarus after that country's government forced a commercial jetliner to land here's kfbk is Rory O'Neill this weekend, Belarus scrambled a fighter jet and forced a commercial plane to land so that a journalist on board could be taken into custody. The flight from Athens to Lithuania was about to land when the plane was turned around and forced to land in Minsk. Opposition journalist Roman pro to ceviche was on that plane and arrested by Belarusan authorities. EU leaders already set to meet tonight in Brussels are making this incident a top priority. Rory O'Neill needs 93.1 kfbk. Also in the news this morning, a 12 dead whale has washed ashore in the Bay Area. The California Academy of Sciences says the gray whale washed up dead on the Pacific, a state beach. For unknown reasons. No marine biologist suspected Four of those whales died from ship strikes, but they cannot determine the cause of the death for eight other whales. This this morning I U. S intelligence report found that several researchers that China's Wuhan Institute of Virology fell ill November 2019 and had to be hospitalized. Yes, And that is raising more concerns about what exactly was going on in that lab. So this new detail could fuel debate about the origins of the virus. So lately we've been hearing these like little things coming out and various news sources saying Maybe it was a lovely Yeah, I was just going to say this is part of the layered effect Now. This is not the first report that we have heard of this. But this is a very significant revelation in development because it's cited by the U. S intelligence sources. So the United States government is now on record saying We believe something was going on. Maybe nefariously inside that lab in Wuhan, right? Even doctor found she Anthony Fauci has come out and said, Well, you know, we should probably investigate. Well, Fauci early on, said No, No, no. This was at the unopened air market. Andre was was almost at the point of denial. And then it was revealed within the last. What 4 to 6 Weeks that Fauci and other top U. S officials were behind funding. Yes. For labs like the one in Wuhan. That creates Super virus. Well, we remember that kind of back and forth with Rand Paul, right? When the evidence that Rand Paul brought forth showing that NIH was funding gain of function right. Federal lawmakers are currently negotiating new police reform legislation. And that is the topic of our featured audio clip at 605 on this Monday morning. Senator Cory Booker, Democrat New Jersey, said on CNN's state of the union that a new police reform package needs to include what is known as qualified immunity. It is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows. We need to at some point Get qualified immunity. It's what I'm determined at this negotiating table to get. And these air labels at a lot of folks don't know what they mean. This means that in the United States of America any profession Where you violate In a serious way. The civil rights of another American Should someone be shielded? This is not about going after good officers. This is about what officers have breached the civil rights of a another American citizen. And and to me way. Need this to create real accountability. So I'm at the negotiating table. Ah, fighting for that We have to have A nation where, when you do wrong again, not the good officers. But when folks.

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Flight diverted to Sacramento after passenger dies on plane

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Flight diverted to Sacramento after passenger dies on plane

"Had to make an emergency landing last night in Sacramento after a passenger die the CBS 13 and Sacramento reports of passenger on Delta flight 18 37 became unresponsive. The plane landed at Sacramento International Airport, where that person was pronounced dead. Appears they died of natural causes. According to the coroner. The plane likely landed in Sacramento because it was the closest place where the crew could get some help. That's Carmel's Frank Lindsay.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis President Biden spending the weekend at his home in Delaware, still pushing for those $1400 covert relief checks in his coronavirus relief package. Even without Republican support to budget reconciliation bill that passed means Democrats can pass coronavirus relief without any GOP support. The vice president votes in the affirmative President Joe Biden, doubling down on his approach to go big. The biggest risk is not going to big If we go is if we go too small, the president and Democrats saying new signs of a weakening economy as to the urgency of getting those $1400 relief checks out to Americans. There seems to be some wiggle room on lowering the income level for eligibility and remember ABC NEWS Washington, Meantime, the former president Trump is facing legal challenges on multiple fronts. His Senate impeachment trial starts next week in New York's attorney General Leticia James, continues to investigate. Trump's business interests believe that the president of United States and the Trump Organization itself Inflated his assets for the purposes of obtaining looks, favorable loans and favorable terms as well. A Z insurance policies and then those very same assets. The Trump organization deflated the value of those assets for the purposes of tax liability. James says it's possible Trump could be deposed, though she admits it's unlikely. There has been a very telling comment from President Biden about the former president and an interview with CBS News. Biden says Trump being privy to intelligence briefings raises the possibility of quote. Slipping and saying something because of his erratic behavior. Trump has to actually request and intelligence briefing before receiving one. So far, there's been no request. And you're listening to ABC news. The I'm now Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramento County has declared a local state of emergency following last week's when our storms as move allows for state and federal reimbursement for storm damage expenses. The county's Office of Emergency Services says the initial damage estimate total comes out to 7.3 million. To agent celebrities are offering a $25,000 reward for help solving several violent crimes. In Oakland's Chinatown actors Daniel Dae Kim and Daniel Wu put up the reward to help police find the man who attacked three innocent bystanders, including a 91 year old. Monies for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the attacker. Presence can now apply to be a part of the Snowmen City Council. The council is looking for applicants to fill the seat of former council member Rachel Hundley, who resigned last weekend. You two reckless actions among council members. Was interested in filling her seat will have until noon next Thursday to apply. I'm Angelica Rubio. Ha! Sacramental traffic checking KFBK traffic North Bound five before the Sacramento International Airport. You have a three car crash and a big rig involved as well. And that is off to the right shoulder. But even with that being said, a sig alert has been issued and you're seeing very heavy delays from Del Paso Road. Very think you might want to take the city streets around because It is looking really heavy in that range and then also taking a look at your drive. Eastbound 80 and 50 from Davis to downtown about 14 minutes there, No delays. Good news in South Bound five from downtown to.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Year old was live streaming. Too unresponsive Women on social media. Police say they found out he was wanted for announce standing warrant for domestic battery and assault with a deadly weapon. The two women's deaths under investigation the Indian government wants to know who vandalized the Mahatma Gandhi statue in Davis, a central park employees found the 6 FT tall statue detached from its base and headless, the government said the embassy of India in D. C. Asked the U. S Department of State for an investigation. Now critics Of Gandhi say the figure has a history of racism and abuse. The city of Davis condemning the vandalism. That's the news. I'm Phil Farrar. Sacramental traffic checking kfbk traffic, starting with Davis still seeing a bit of a heavy ride westbound 80 between highway 1, 13 and Pedrick Road. Also westbound 80 a bit slow in the West Sacramento area between Highway 50 and along the Yellow causeway leading to child's road, so westbound 80 definitely best to avoid that area right now, but Taking a look at your ride from the Sacramento International airports. Downtown Sacramento South Bound five. You're pretty much moving along fine on Lee, eight minutes to get through North Bound five, though in Sacramento just after J Street, there are reports of a sofa blocking the right lane. Alden Jacob News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Mostly cloudy for this afternoon. The high 61 65 mostly cloudy tonight low in the mid forties. Mostly cloudy for tomorrow. High 62 to 66. Mostly cloudy for Tuesday. A couple showers 55 to 59. I'm Actually there's John. Fear it is 93.1 calf B. K opioid or stimulus addiction is not a choice, but treatment is Don't let covert 19 stop you from choosing the right treatment. If you have a cell phone or computer, virtual care can help limit your exposure to cove. It 19 and yet, you star. Put it on the path to recovery. Proven.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Have become more common in the last couple of years in Iraq, especially in the southern city of Nasiriyah, the economic situation to all of the people Nasariyah on in Iraq as getting worse day after they Ziad al Assad is an activist who blames politicians for the wealth gap. We will see More of the administration's more of protest on the streets and the square. Finance Minister Ali Allawi tells NPR he does have a plan. There's a strong determination on the part of The executive here to implement the full program because without it, there's no doubt that the economy as a whole, the entering into very, very turbulent waters. He wants to increase taxes reduce the number of government employees improve education. Ultimately stimulate the private sector so people can't so dependent on government money. We have to shift their very, very distorted, dysfunctional set of economic parameters into another place. This exercise will be a number of people who who lose and much greater number who will benefit that transition is going to be painful for millions of people. In hopes of making it easier. Iraq is asking the International Monetary Fund for a loan of billions of dollars. Alice Fordham NPR NEWS Baghdad This is NPR news. KQED news with Brian Want coming up in just a minute at 5 29. Let's go back to Joe McConnell's traffic desk for an update of the traffic conditions out there on the wet highways and freeways. That's a crash is this morning, But the traffic volume is very low, very few slowdowns. Even where we've had some big crashes, the ramped is from South succeeded to south. One of one has been closed and three this morning by Jack Neck, Big Reagan that's is still clearing. And wrote a park a little pocket of slow traffic because of a crash that just cleared on one of one north about it Run a park expressway. It is still there, but on the shoulder and in the Central Valley overturned big rigs still has I five shut down between 1 13 and the Sacramento International Airport..

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Boy into their house floor is finding police nearby who reunited the family looking for the car jackers. You're listening to ABC news. Now, Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 KFBK, a Rocklin man accused of trying to steal a flag from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi s office, now the third sacramental area resident facing federal charges following the January 6th insurrection of the U. S. Capitol 52 year old Tommy Fredrik Allen, charged in federal court in Washington, D. C with three misdemeanors. Mexico's president says he's tested positive for the coronavirus. Andres Manuel Lopez Oprah Door says his symptoms are mild. He is staying optimistic and plans to keep working. Even taking a call from Russian President Vladimir Putin. He says. It's possible Russia could see in the country. It's Sputnik five Corona virus vaccine, a San Francisco family getting ready to compete in the Tokyo Olympics fencing icon and team USA coach Greg Massey. Alice has been helping two of his Children train since they're in a pod together, the IOC says the games will do. On. That's the news. I'm Phil Farrar. Sacramento traffic very plus and good evening to it's a nasty ride up in the Sierra Nevada on I 80 traffic is being turned around in the westbound direction at the California state line due to multiple crashes and spin outs and a jackknifed big rig it Donner summit chains required eastbound direction from all to the Donner Lake westbound from King Ville Toe one mile east of Baxter. You'll need the pack along the chains on Highway 50 between Twin Bridges and Meyers. Both directions and traffic looking fantastic. In Sacramento, South Bound five between Sacramento International Airport and Highway 15 traffic on the tens, every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Herrera dues at the 3.1 kfbk. Now Sacramento weather as we head through the day today, it will be mostly cloudy highs near 50 with some rain this afternoon and evening.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Plant across Russia tomorrow in support of opposition leader Lexie Navalny Ah, week after he returned to Moscow and is immediately jailed. Dairy Aldinger ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Good evening. I'm Joe Michael's kfbk. Continuing coverage honoring fallen Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff Adam Gibson a large police procession in Sacramento, escorting the body of a slain officer to a fulsome funeral home today, the send off for sheriff deputy Adam Gibson, who was killed in a gun battle on Monday night at Cal Expo. Gibson was with the force for six years, married and had a baby daughter. He also served in Afghanistan for two years as a Marine and received a bronze star and major incident ribbon from the sheriff's office two years ago. Gibson was shot and killed by a suspect after a police chase canine. Riley was also killed by gunfire. The suspect also died at the scene. Another deputy was seriously hurt, but is expected to make a full recovery. The bill for protecting California state capital from potential on rest ahead of President Joe Biden's inauguration will soon come to KFC case. Taylor Martin breaks down the cost. The state spent nearly 19 million for a week's worth of high security around state capital and other parts of downtown Sacramento Governor Gavin Newsom mobilized 1000 members of the National Guard to protect government buildings, which cost 3.4 million for staffing, fuel and travel. The state Department of Finance says the bulk of the expense wasn't extra costs of the CHP, which went on tax It will alert nearly a week before the inauguration. National Guard troops and local law enforcement have began to stand down. But the fencing installed around the capital will stay up for the rest of the week. Taylor Martin News 93.1 KFBK, a surgeon coronavirus cases that Santa Rosa's largest homeless shelters prompted many people to leave. As a result, the homeless encampment along industrial drive in northwest Santa Rosa has grown significantly. Coronavirus numbers at the Samuel L. Jones Hall Homeless Shelter began to surge three weeks ago, at which time a number of those being served at the shelter relocated to the encampment. I'm Joe Michael's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramento traffic Very pleasant. Good evening to a new accident in Sacramento has got your foot slam on the brakes North bound five at Sacramento International Airport. A pair of vehicles have collided on the right hand shoulder still dealing with the crash in Vacaville on the wards Drive on ramp. The eastbound 80. It's a solar car on the right shoulder. I 80 closed in both directions between gold run in Truckee due to numerous spinouts Bring the chains along and motor sore advised to use an alternate route. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Herrera News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Spotting shower to this evening turning and partly cloudy later said I low 40 to.

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"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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03:53 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento international airport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"93.1 kfbk. From ABC News John Chuck's Iverson, describing a harrowing day in which they were repeatedly called the N word to Black Capitol police officers who tried to protect the Capitol building from rioters Wednesday, Buzzfeed News reports. The cops say their managers downplayed the threat. FBI Agents Association in the statement says, Given the politicized environment at and leadership turnover at the Homeland Security Department, not surprising the breakdowns occurred with intelligence bulletins. President Trump's increasingly isolated, says ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Since that moment when Mike Pence Was rushed out of the Senate chamber taken to a secure location under attack. Some of those protesters actually chanting Hang Pence. Truly his life in danger during this the president has not spoken to him didn't speak to him that day and has not spoken to him since Mork could die, says ABC is even Pilgrim experts say the mostly unmask crowd at the capital on Wednesday raises the possibility. The super spreader event, and that is on top of the anticipated post holiday rise in cases Theo s now stands at more than 22 Million confirmed cases more than 372,000 deaths around 20% of his Israel's population of about nine million has gotten a covert shots is the health minister nearly two million in two weeks? A mystery to Chicago police y seven people were shot five killed yesterday and one man's apparently random spree, NBC's Brian Clark Jason Nightingale entered a South side parking garage fire starts striking a 30. Your own nail in the head at University of Chicago student was killed. Police Superintendent David Brown said Nightingale that approached a nearby apartment building saw striking the unknown female and security guard in the building. Nightingale stole a car shot two people in a store fired into another car before he wound up in neighboring Evanston, while very fatally shot a hostage. He was eventually killed by Evanston. Police. You're listening to ABC News. Here is some great news. If you missed the deadline to sign up for health insurance, or Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. In person driving exams at all. 180 dnd field offices in California are on hold until February. Officials say the spike in statewide cove in 19 cases prompted the action. Those who have driving test appointments this month for commercial and private vehicles will soon receive new appointment dates. California has seemed to of its driest years ever on record in just the last seven years. Federal climate officials say. 2020 was California's third driest year ever based on data going back to 18 95, California had an average of slightly below too. Of inches last year. The overall mean averages about 22 inches into deleted tweet by California Senate Republican leaders under scrutiny report station and Grove had allegedly commented on a conspiracy theory. The Tweet suggested that it was Aunt Eva and not supporters of President Trump, who clashed with police and forced the lock down to the Capitol building on Wednesday. I'm Jodi Guerrero. Sacramento traffic had a very pleasant to good afternoon to traffic at the limit on eastbound 80 from the split to Roseville, just nine minutes Sacramento International Airport to downtown Sacramento at a brisk pace on five on Lee nine minutes on that journey. And if you're up in the Sierra Nevada was bound, maybe will be reduced to one lane for the did Slope stabilization project that ferret long term closures of the fair it on and off ramps expected during the construction, they hope to be done by late next summer. Traffic on the tense every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons, Steve her a news 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather.

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