15 Burst results for "Sacramento State University"

"sacramento state university" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:56 min | 7 months ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"How celebrity cases like the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial have shaped the national conversation about abuse. By Olivia B waxman. As a defamation trial between actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife, actor Amber Heard, continues in fairfax, Virginia. The headline making case is raising awareness of domestic violence, as the two accuse one another of abuse. It's too soon to tell where the trial will fit in the history of the subject, but experts who study domestic violence say the lawsuit has the potential to help shape the national and global conversation about abuse just as a number of high profile incidents have done before. The modern history of that evolution begins with O. J. Simpson, though he was acquitted in the 1994 murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Simpson, Simpson's trial during which details about the violence she suffered were presented by prosecutors is seen as a watershed moment for the understanding of domestic violence, says Danielle's slay cough and assistant Professor of criminal justice at Sacramento state university, who studies media portrayals of criminal justice. Domestic violence had long been seen as a private matter about which both abusers and sufferers kept largely quiet. The nationally televised trial exploded that wall of silence, asking viewers to consider the consequences of violent behavior within a relationship. There was such a lack of understanding about domestic violence before the case, and now it is much more common that people understand what domestic violence is. Slay cough says. The increase in awareness led to tangible policy change, president Clinton signed the violence against women act vala into law on September 13th, 1994. You can draw a direct link between the OJ trial and the creation of the first ever national domestic violence hotline, which was created by the violence against women act fund, says Rachel Louise Snyder, author of no visible bruises, what we don't know about domestic violence can kill us. And so suddenly, victims in communities had a place to go. They had a phone number to call. They had some resources to consult. The trial also led to a lot of smaller media organizations and newspapers for the first time ever reporting on domestic violence and reporting on domestic violence in their communities. A few weeks after Nicole Simpson was murdered, time ran a cover story on the subject, headlined when violence hits home. The magazine described the influx of calls to domestic violence shelters. Last week, phone calls to domestic violence hotlines surged to record numbers. Many battered women suddenly found the strength to quit their homes and seek sanctuary in shelters. Although it has been two years since the American medical association reported that as many as one in three women will be assaulted by a domestic partner in her lifetime, 4 million in any given year. It has taken the murder of Nicole Simpson to give national residence to those numbers. Everyone is acting as if this is so shocking, says Debbie Tucker, chairman of the national domestic violence coalition on public policy. This happens all the time. In Los Angeles, where calls to abuse hotlines were up 80% overall last week, experts sent a sort of awakening, as women relate personally to Simpson's tragedy..

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:19 min | 10 months ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Support for this podcast and the following message is brought to you by the American Express business platinum card. Got the card that's built for business. By American Express how social media shown a light on the Lawrence smithfield's case by Jenna Caldwell and Erika solano. In the months since Lauren Smith fields was found unresponsive in her Bridgeport Connecticut apartment. The question of what happened to the 23 year old has added to long simmering anger over the way America talks about or doesn't talk about dead or missing black women and girls. The last person to see the college student alive was her bumble date, an older white man who spent the night in her home. He said he found smithfield's bleeding from her nose when he called police on December 12th. The smithfield's family has said that when they searched the home after her death, they recovered a used condom, a pill and bloody sheets, evidence they allege that the scene was never properly searched by the Bridgeport police department. The family is currently planning on suing the city and family members have accused the department of violating their civil rights, mishandling the investigation and not notifying them that Lauren had died. A fact they only became aware of after finding a note left by her landlord on her apartment door. In a statement released on January 30th, Bridgeport mayor Joe ghanam expressed his disappointment in the department's handling of the case. I want you to know that I am extremely disappointed with the leadership of the Bridgeport police department and find actions taken up to this point unacceptable. Gannon went on to apologize writing to the families friends and all who care about the human decency that should be shown in these situations in this case by members of the Bridgeport police department, I am very sorry. To date, no arrests have been made. Smithfield's autopsy results indicated that her cause of death was a combination of fentanyl, promethazine, hydroxyzine and alcohol. Her friends and family remain adamant that she was not a drug user. The idea that the medical examiners will say this was an accidental overdose, leads people to believe that she was using drugs and just took too much. The family's lawyer, Darnell di crossland told Lola ogunnaike as part of a time video report. That's a misconception she wasn't using drugs and took too much. She doesn't use drugs. Out of frustration, several TikTok creators have used the platform to bring national attention to smithfield's case, calling out what's known as missing white woman syndrome. The media's over representation of missing and murdered white women in contrast to women of color. And indeed, after mounting online pressure, the story was picked up by major news outlets. Shortly thereafter, it was announced that the case would be investigated as a criminal matter by the Bridgeport police department with assistance from the U.S. drug enforcement administration agency amid an internal affairs investigation to detectives have since been suspended in relation to their handling of the deaths of Lauren smithfield's and of Brenda rolls of 53 year old black woman who died in Bridgeport under mysterious circumstances the same days smithfield. A Bridgeport police officer who was a supervisor on smithfield's case has also since retired. The police department has not commented on the matter, citing the ongoing personnel investigations. Lola ogunnaike takes a look at missing white woman syndrome and the role social media played in shining a light on Lawrence smithfield's case for time, through conversations with true crime TikTok creators, Haley two maeon, and Melissa Ellen, assistant Professor of criminal justice at Sacramento state university, Daniel SLAC, journalist and founder.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Beauty pageant contestant Jon Benet Ramsey was found dead in the basement of the family's boulder Colorado home, along with a ransom note, asking for $118,000, all topsy results released in August 1997, revealed that John Bonet had suffered asphyxiation due to strangulation. A week after Jean benet's death, her parents, socialite, Patricia Ramsey, the 1977 miss West Virginia, and businessman John Ramsay made their first appearance on national TV on CNN, pleading for the public's help. There's a killer on the loose, Patsy Ramsey sad. Still, 25 years later, no charges have been filed, in October 1999, a grand jury investigation concluded without issuing any indictments, but did accuse John and Patsy Ramsey of unlawfully knowingly recklessly and feloniously permitting a child to be unreasonably placed in a situation which posed a threat of injury to the child's life or health. But in 2008, then boulder county district attorney, Mary Lacey, exonerated the ramses after DNA testing of JonBenét's pajamas matched that of an unknown man. We do not consider your immediate family, including you, your wife, Patsy, and your son, Burke, to be under any suspicion in the commission of this crime. She wrote in a letter to John Ramsay. Though the case remains open at the boulder police department, JonBenét's murder is one of the most famous unsolved true crime mysteries in American history. Paula Woodward, who covered the Ramsay case as a journalist in boulder and is the author of unsolved, the JonBenét Ramsey murder 25 years later, says the media landscape and 24/7 cable TV in particular helped fuel the appetite for sensationalized coverage. Public fascination with the surreal multi-million dollar world of children's beauty pageants in particular was a side effect of intense scrutiny of the case as time put it in the January 20th, 1997 issue. She was in these child beauty pageants that very few people knew anything about. And because the autopsy was not released for 8 months, no one understood the viciousness of how she died, and as a result, the fill time was spent discussing pageants, says Woodward. Part of what draws people to news stories are the visual elements, and I think the cache of photographs of Jean Bonet added to the visual appeal of the story, and Danielle slack off, assistant Professor of criminal justice at Sacramento state university in California. For example, the photo of JonBenét with ringlets and her hair in a crown of baby's breath flowers continues to be used when discussing her case, even 25 years on. When people see that photograph, they know it's JonBenét. In a 2012 ABC News interview, John Ramsay said that he has some regrets about entering his daughter in so many beauty pageants, only because that possibly might have drawn attention to us. Time also explained that the tragedy happened at a time when the public was following several high profile and sensationalized true crime cases. Memories of the O. J. Simpson investigation may haunt local police, but the public fascination with the Ramsey case seems to stem from recollections of Susan smith's tearful televised pleas to an alleged carjacker to return the two sons she had already drowned in a South Carolina Lake. Times Paul gray wrote, bereaved relatives have become suspects in the court of public opinion. Such before the evidence perceptions overshadow the loss of a precious child. And its February 3rd, 1997 issue, time published a letter from a reader named Rebecca Gilbert of yorkville, Illinois, arguing that all missing children should have received media attention comparable to Jon benet. It is tragic that such a crime must be accompanied by beauty and wealth to merit national concern. Gilbert wrote. But wealthy white families can have key advantages in investigations related to child homicide cases, explains David thinkal lore, director of the crimes against children research center at the university of New Hampshire. When kids are missing or kids are abducted better off families tend to be able to mobilize resources and advocates, publicize what's going on and get help in searching, he says. You could say that the social class or the race of the family played some role in this case. And Danielle slack off as widespread interest in the Ramsay case can also be seen as an example of missing white woman syndrome, a term used by scholars and social media users to address and assess the trend of missing white women, getting more media coverage than women of color. This falls comprehensive coverage of the search for 22 year old Gabby patito, found dead by homicide in Wyoming after a hiking trip with her boyfriend who was also later found dead in Florida, most recently sparked discussion of the phenomenon. JonBenét's death, and all the media coverage it received is a strong example of the media and the public's fascination with missing and harmed white women and girls. Slack off tells time in an email. In many ways, Jon benet fits the ideal victim stereotype. She is young, innocent, and blameless. Research, including my own shows that black and Latina women and girl victims are not treated the same way by the media. They are more likely to be described as blameworthy in some way. 25 years after John Bonet's death, the Ramsey family continues to have hope that the person who murdered their daughter will be found. We're going to keep the pressure on, John Ramsay told tamron hall in a January 26th, 2021 interview, we're going to keep being public about it in hopes that we can get more information. Get the police to do their job, whatever it takes. This is a cloud that's going to hang over our family until we find an answer. That's why this is important to me..

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"That was jeremy kramer as you can tell by humor a little bit off skew very funny guy but very unique he was in the movie that animal any also was a writer and director of some early television and you may have seen him as a semi regular on curb your enthusiasm later in his acting career all right. Well let's move on to our featured act now. I told you a little secret. This guy actually was the millionaire on the two thousand tv show. Who wants to marry a multimillionaire and it ended up being a bit of a scandal. Because not only did rick rock well not have a million dollars but he in the woman that he connected with on the show only had a one week honeymoon and the marriage was annulled. It was big news at the time. What's interesting is he was a terrific standup comic in the eighties and nineties and then by two thousand became infamous is the multimillionaire they got married on. Tv all right. Let's hear some of his stand up comedy ladies and gentlemen rick rockwell. This is doing collie came out from pittsburgh and went to los angeles view. Couple of years ago has been doing quite fine down there the last few months he's been seen in all the major comedy clubs in los angeles he's also was on a buddy hackett. You bet your life come in real soon. It's a new service coming out or do show coming out and gentlemen is really fantastic. That's a big welcome for rick rockwell. took talk. How's that for an opening very much. My all opening no tonight. Crucial in good shape. I'll be opening all new chrysler ships cross country that year. I have a lot of free time on my hands. I believe in living in hollywood for about two and a half months. And i got myself in comedy coach and he tells me before you go out to do a show. The first thing i want you to do is check the level of the audience so the second cat like check level the crowd two nights female police officers from three mile island. Glad to see you could make an pretty sure tonight. Strike this side of the road comedy. The crowd is very important. That's why i get a little upset when they put the clinically dead people right. I'm yes can. You gentlemen are judges aren't you. It's about that girl. She loved nineteen serious. Women revere dispirit seven-nation approval one comedian. While recently returned from the mate space man broke the planet center. Brought back many things from the ring planning and one thing he didn't expect seems was confronted by two conflicting tables and police officers and judges ahead half woman half okay. My fun one or two people have some to. You're looking at me like hey. This guy's lights are on but nobody's home. Hey my dad over there laughing thanks. You could make it for the show. I invited my parents From pittsburgh for the show tonight and a little upset. They told me conflicted with the dates of the godzilla. Avid film festival. I be here tonight. Not funny but story that had to be told a couple of students from sacramento state university. Drop by they let the couple announcements. And i feel it's my duty to read them to sacramento state. Jewish cultural society will be having their annual. Open house this weekend. And refreshments will be sold. Also that sacramento state gay student union will be holding. Its annual weedy rose student union on this week and of course that's byu weedy one of that stuff coming up on stage of being the clean. Cut all american guy. Because i have to talk about very mundane things like hey eight hundred exciting day-to-day went out and bought myself at charlie's angels lunchbox when i really feel like coming up a stage saying the things that happened to be like for instance the last time i had a piece of ass when my finger broke through the toilet paper happened to this week. Guest i've laughing. We know it's you stop cleaning and then college athletes are the kind of guy that's guys. Come out there and pick up women at will and it just didn't happen for me like that. It's a matter of fact. I used to have to date obese. Girls college how will be swirling while you people in the designer fashions. Oh have you santa ron christie or something printed on their clothing. She had goodyear plastered on the side of most lasts okay. This girl was big. She wanted year to make two trips. I went out with her for one reason. Only i was horny. Got a bed with it. I i really didn't know what i was doing. The united knights said at. I really don't know what doing voice she said. Take the hardest thing you have and put it where i p..

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Jack Cronin When Gavin Newsom first announced the full reopening of the state and the removal the tiered system in less than five weeks, he kept the statewide mask mandate in place. But during his tour this week that included a stop in San Diego, the governor told Fox 11 in Los Angeles that many of the mask rules be going away by June, 15th on Lee in those settings that our indoor on Lian, those massively large Settings. Otherwise, we'll make guidance recommendations, but no mandates and no mandates and no restrictions and businesses large and small, The State Department public health have to clarify these new rules over the next 34 days. Jack Ronan news 93.1 kfbk. In other news for you this morning. Much of California is in a drought emergency and in Santa Clara County residents will now have to pay more for their water kid because Jordan Christmas reports the Santa Clara Valley Water District Board of directors unanimously approved of rate increase of just over 9%. The increase will go into effect on July 1st and we'll run through June 30th of next year. Officials say The rate increase will help pay for additional emergency water needed to meet the demand of residents and to keep groundwater at healthy levels. It is estimated The average county resident will pay an extra $4.30 to $4.80 on their bill. Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK A new survey this morning shows 40% of people in the Sacramento region or hesitant to get a covert 19 vaccine. Researchers at Sacramento State University conducted the survey of 1000 residents in six counties in the Sacramento region. Those most likely not to get the vaccine are Republican, those who make less than $30,000 a year and African Americans this morning, Sacramento County District Attorney and Marie Schubert, who is running for state attorney general, has released an ad targeting incumbent appointee Rob Bonta on Gun violence launch.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"Since we've launched the project with my company ricky gutierrez but if feels like it's been more than a year because we've been so busy and then the other part of me. I'm a professor. So i teach ethnic studies at sacramento state university. In just last year. I started getting back into research some currently working with folks that s you. The rue basically research ethnic studies in the impact on young people are getting that started. We haven't started yet. But we're already thinking about you know making sure that we document this work in this history and then my other work is with us. Documenting the impact of college promise initiatives which are so important. Things like stockton scholars. For example in other initiatives that support our young people right in their pursue of higher education. So the state of the city. I'll be brief. Because i know that a lot has been said. And i definitely echo mama. Tea conversations right having courageous conversations. I think that you know covid. Nineteen like lang said earlier as well has really brought us back right to think about these issues. That have been issues for longer than i have been alive issues of poverty. Issues of racism. Color ism all these things that we are taught to look pass or two maybe not think about at all and i think that that's the task at right in stockton specifically is that we need to take a moment to really talk about those uncomfortable. Things i mean. I don't speak for everyone in the let next community but as anna myself growing up in a mexican household conversations around racism came in went right in terms of my background as immigrant. But we never really got to heal from the trauma. When i think that we talk about these issues while at the same time we need to do some transformative healing. And that's a lot of work. I see that a lot here in stockton right the future. that's why i teach ethnic studies in honestly intersection of ethnic studies in education..

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

The Social Work Routes Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

"How did you. How did you pass into social work start. Where did you get your education. And what was your education like social work education. Like sure I i went in. I went to I i grew up in east side. San jose which selects an american side of town and Went to public high school. I did go to parochial school up to the eighth grade but then entered public education and Was very excited. You know with the idea going to public school Public high school and it was within walking distance of our home so walking every day I was always very good in my schoolwork Always and so. I was assigned to what they call events placement. Track We call college. Prep track but When i was a senior and i went in for rotation occasional counseling. I remember the counselor. Mr o'toole telling me. I'd make a great legal secretary and when he said that i was enraged I was in my heart in my body. I was so angry because here. I had studied maths science english spanish. She name it whatever was on that. Ap track and polling as and bs and he wanted me to be a legal secretary. I mean why not a lawyer But what i had really wanted to do was to teach Because one of my biggest influences in mentors in my life was my teacher who actually taught us. Out of the books john steinbeck again Social justice issues. So i ended up telling my parents you know i wanted to go to san jose state which was the public university there and they said that's wonderful. You're gonna pay your whole way through. We don't have the money so i did get students. Assistant jobs throughout the time and managed to Almost completed degree there I ended up completing through sacramento state university and during that period of my young adulthood. I was distracted from chain and i moved into what we now call case management and it with a social work agency working in the field of developmental disabilities which again the setup right. I knew this feel knew these this population i knew what it was like to be the child in a family where there was a An individual with with the disability. So it seemed like a natural fit i worked for one of the regional centers. What we call the region centers here in california.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"Whenever i see things happening in social media like really terrible stories like this and some of this hit home for me because i have a friend who went through not the same thing a kind of different sub section of it So some of it hit home and it was a tough watch. Whenever i see videos like the one that it starts out with. I see what this film is in those few moments of time so it was hard to see all of those things in my head and then have to watch them knowing what's coming to like the whole film about perspective and it's hard to have the perspective before you watch the perspective to hard watch. That's it for me She didn't like the movie. So i'm gonna go next and i'm pretty sure corey suggested this film on our docket and i said are you sure you sure baby because it's it's not. It's not like healing adjustment. It's not easy it's not. I'm gonna go watch a movie today that no. It's this tough so let me go back to two thousand thirteen for me and this is probably like Probably in may twenty thirteen because this is probably the reason why i remember this because in two thousand thirteen that summer i became single and i remember going to the theater to watch this film before it came out worldwide and so like studying film production in theory at sacramento state university Watching a movie that comes out early. That had just won at sundance was important. Felt like i was becoming part of the film community more and more And it hits even closer that you know the professors that were excited about it. We're excited because ryan kugler writer and director of the film had taken the classes. I'm taking So there was this little bit of a like. Oh i'm walking the same steps. He was walking so I watched this film like sometime in the summer. Or like may april ish of twenty thirteen so before came out worldwide and i sat in the theater. It was at the domes. if you're from sacramento. I'm talking about and sacramento. You'll made from sack stay. You know rang. Kugler made this film and won at sundance and blah blah. And i was like cool cool and You know you send the theater and watch the watch the film and you don't realize that like this up because rank luger's here with us today and he's going do a qna afterwards. and so. My professor dr. Promo on curated this. Qna shadow talked about some things. And he's again and then you'll be able and then run cooler will be in the lobby and then you can take a picture with them or you can ask him a thing and They had these little cards. And i think probably posted on my instagram. Once or twice or something like that but Carter like made a sex data had his picture on it. And i remember meeting. I'll talk more about that later. But the film and the theater. There's a lot to take away. Especially if you are someone who wants to say john costing dabble in film filmmaking. And there's a lot of good lessons to learn and there's a lot of wonderful very simple things..

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And to steal money and data. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Over $11 billion is estimated to have been fraudulently paid out by California's employment Development Department, Sacramento State University finance professor and expert economist Dr Sanjay Var, Ginny says it's a massive amount. It's a lot of money. 1000 million make up a billion. So if you talk about $11 billion that have been lost, I guess to this fraud and identity. It's a huge sum of money largely says if you compare the 11 billion to California's economy And they sound like a drop in the bucket. The California State University system will not be increasing tuition for the 2021 school year Chancellor Jos Castro maybe announcement During Tuesday, CSU board of trustees meeting, Castro said Governor Newsome's January budget proposal and the systems cost cutting efforts led to the decision. I'm Nick Um, a goddess. Sacramento traffic. Good evening, Kendall. Three Bob Williams in the KFBK Traffic Center vehicle. Lost Control smacked into the right shoulder wall. 50 westbound just east of Sunrise Boulevard. Offer him We have over 32,000 smug customers. Still without power. One of the problem areas, Ninth Street. It s ST. Defective. Traffic signals reported their crash. Roseville area 80 westbound. You're the Douglass Boulevard on ramp lanes have been blocked. They've been reopened, waiting on the tow truck to move at least one vehicle out Chains required on state roads. 2049 88 highway 50. Pollock Pines, the three miles east of Pollock, Pines, Kuipers to Myers and 83. Miles east of Gold, run to the Nevada State Line. Traffic every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Next traffic at 10 31. Bob Williams needs 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Cliff Albert of the Koga News Center president bind the day continuing to reverse former President Trump's policies as he signs Maura executive orders and actions the president today signing massive executive orders to tackle climate change. Don't be clear. And I know it's always comes up. We're not going to ban fracking. Protect jobs and grow jobs, including through stronger standards, like controls from methane leaks and union workers and willing to install the changes. The executive orders signed by the president. Today is Spanglish. Climate Change is a national security priority, which means the conserving at least 30% of federal land that oceans by 2030, moving to all electric federal vehicle fleets and canceling new oil and gas leases on public lands and waters. White House, Meantime, today, demanding a clear and robust investigation into the early origins of the cove in 19 virus, and China. White House press Secretary Jen Psaki saying today it's imperative the intelligence officials in the US get to the bottom. How the virus appeared and spread worldwide. She also says there's great concern over information from some sources. Misinformation in China setting All county is getting a third vaccination superstation the third one now at Cal State, San Marco's. County Supervisor Jim Desmond says the new location in San Marcos opens Sunday be able to vaccinate 5000 people a day by appointment only with the best time to get appointments around noon. Three days out. You could sign up a vaccination superstation SD dot com The North County location at Cal State San Marcos joining the Petco Park location downtown. In the South Bay location in Chula Vista, Jacko Nakudu said ago County supervisors today Okaying a set of new policies designed to improve economic access and social equity in the county's cannabis industry, or chairman, Nathan Fletcher described the action is a strong step forward. But Supervisor Jim Desmond, who cast the only No vote today, says that now is not the time to make drugs that can cause physical and mental impairment more accessible. The massive fraud revealed in an audit shows that more than $11 billion was fraudulently paid out by California's employment Development Department. Sacramento State University finance professor doctor Sanjay of Arsene says that amount of money could have easily helped more than a half million people. Somebody working 40 hours a week. And let's say they would have been making 1611 billion actually would have paid for 600,000 folks to keep them fully employed for a year. Using the minimum wage. He calls what happened at the Employment Development Department. The et de outrageous fresh offer nationally claimed the poetry reading and President Biden's inauguration. Los Angeles native Amanda Gorman will be presenting her work at another massive stage. The Super Bowl 22 year old poet will read a poem before that game honoring three committee heroes, including a Los Angeles teacher. Will be recognized on the field and serve as honorary captains during.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Notifying through there My chart portal accounts, which keep track of your information. It notifies people about issues and schedules. The second dose Mary Mackenzie with our reporting partner, 10 News says you can log on to my turn dot CIA dot Gove to find out when you can get A vaccine and now looks like it was more than 11. Million billion that was fraudulently paid out by California's Employment Development Department, Sacramento State University finance professor and expert economist Dr Sanjay Martian. A says an audit shows how massive it itwas a lot of money. 1000 million make up a billion. So if you talk about $11 billion that have been lost, I guess to this fraud and e d D. It's a huge sum of money. Says the fraud discovered in the odd it could have easily helped more than half a million people. Group of bipartisan lawmakers is calling for an oversight hearing of the E D D Apple is passing $100 billion in revenue in a single quarter for the first time in company history, reporting over 111 billion in revenue in the last quarter alone, even with the impressive results, Apple CEO Tim Cook says the Corona virus pandemic Still held sails back by forcing some stores to close temporarily around the globe. Today, Apple is telling you to make sure your devices have the latest software upgrade to the flaws that might have been actively exploited by hackers. The Dow down 6 33 at 30,003 03. And now let's check your real time traffic from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center. An.

"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sacramento State University finance professor and expert economist. Dr Sanjay Varsity says it a lot of money 1000 million make up a billion. So if you talk about $11 billion that have been lost. To this fraud identity. It's a huge sum of money, Marseille says. If you compare the 11 Billion to California's economy may sound like a drop in the bucket. White House says it's imperative that the intelligence community get to the bottom of the early origins of covered 19 in China. The misinformation, of course, that has we've seen also come out of some sources in China's is of great concern. Press secretary Jen Psaki, telling reporters. The Biden administration to clear and robust investigation said intelligence officials must work with our allies to evaluate the report's credibility. Once it's done. Trainers looking to cash in their Prophet says all of the markets took nose dives. Today, investigators are well. Investors are digesting rather disappointing earnings reports while concerns start to build over speculative trading activity now, plunging 634 to 33 03 S P $500. 99 to wrap up the day and 37 51 NASDAQ lost 355 points to finish a 13 to 71 at the bell. Now, traffic and weather together. Brought to you by the Center for Sierra Health Foundation, not Injury collision Expound Captain Mark County Avenue off ramp Looks like two vehicles not blocking. They're saying South Watt Avenue Men love Road North bound to car crash working there. By the way, we have chain controls in effect on 50 and 80 at this time, so be prepared if you're going up to the high country. You want to think about it again covered 19 has killed over 30,000 Californians. So far less of the mom. Love means staying away Brought to you by the center. It's Sierra Health Foundation. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons on news 93.1 kfbk. Indian coup of the century and showers High 49 53 breezy early tonight windy, finishing late at night. More rain 46 to 50 range Remarkably, the flooding flash blood wide Still, in effect. Tomorrow's high 52 to 56. Thank you, Weathersby. Barson lose 93.1. Have BK it is cloudy and rainy right now. 50 degrees in Sacramento. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Why ABC s Rebecca Jarvis has more. The hope is that they can drive up the price of a company and then cash out. Cameron Public is a 20 year old Rutgers student who's been playing the stock market during the pandemic. Do I think that Gamestop is worth? You know $220 a share? No, I know personally near where I am I've seen probably 45 game stops shut their doors in the last year. Socks only worth as much as people think it is their efforts to game the system sometimes pay off a year ago, Gamestop was about $4 a share. Yesterday. It closed it nearly $150 and you're listening to ABC News. Shit. From California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. I'm Greg Fishman at 10 02 with your top local stories, Smut and PG and E crews are trying to restore power to thousands of customers left in the dark after wins with 60 Mile, an hour gusts slammed the Sacramento Valley. Overnight winds were even stronger at the higher elevations in the coastal mountains in the Sierra Nevada. Smud still has about 75,000 customers out down from a high of more than 130,000. There are trees and power poles down all over the region. Traffic signals affected to the Atmospheric rivers Storm continuing through the week more than $11 billion is estimated to have been fraudulently paid out by California's Employment Development Department, Sacramento State University finance professor and economist Dr Sanjay Varsity says. That's a lot of money. But somebody working 40 hours a week and let's say they would have been making 1611 billion actually would have paid for. 600,000 folks to keep them fully employed for a year using the minimum wage. The state still investigating that lost the California State University system will not increase tuition for the 2021 school year. Chancellor Jos Castro made that announcement during yesterday's CSU board of trustees meeting. Castro says Governor Newsome's January budget proposal and the systems cost cutting efforts led to that decision not to raise the tuition for CSU. Traffic.

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"sacramento state university" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"sacramento state university" Discussed on Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

"Thirty of this gassing. I would like to say thank you to. Everyone was supported this show since the beginning so happen to any twenty-one all is well despite the continued presence of the growth writer so today we are very fortunate to have with us a renowned coach and he has been in the basketball circus. Drought the world specially here in southeast asia. You guys that the nation wired's essien and basketball league championship back into any twelve and handled several teams Including saturday buddha macau Will greer's and then he was also an active consultant off the petron. Sandy goatee team being. He also had an nba experience under his belt wearing he was Video intern and video. Board neater ford sacramento kings sports and free seasons and he was also a national head coach for the vietnam basketball team. Ladies and gentlemen coach dot birt's coach. Good they dig up. Thank you so much for having me brother. I appreciate you and Yeah i'm just blessed to be on here with you. So how are you doing right. The hope what all is. What's keeping coach todd. Birds you my spirit's feel-good kiko spirit. Good i'm out here in california as many of your viewers will know this corona virus has got things pretty rough out here So we're grinding through it. But it's fortunate time that i could spend some family. And i can't wait to get back out to asia of southeast asia and get to compete back some basketball. In the meantime. I'm trying to like everyone else. Mitigate the the events that we're going through okay so let's go back to the beginning. So how did basketball became part of your life where you a player or you actually ventured immediately into coaching. You know. I was a player. And i wasn't a particularly great player guy only about. I'm a five eight. Do about. And but i love the game and so i competed now like to be physical. I played mostly american football growing up own and the american basketball and in baseball but So going into it. I just loved competing playing sports. Unfortunate for mean. God did not bless me with the abilities. You'd wanna have to be a professional toll guy. i'm not an athletic guy I just love it. And so i learned to be a good player when i was a young man and quite frankly he got the gun new in high school. I was going to be a coach or a to be a coach because knew. I didn't have those attributes to really be a legit claire on a high level. So who are your basketball idol. When grow oh you. When i was a real young man Model was doctor jay. Hey in the early days different type of style to the game. That i thought was real cool solves. This young man A kid and watching falling in love with the game. Dr jay was was a big influence on me. I watched larry bird and magic. Johnson compete in my early days and then once i a reached about junior high school will michael jordan came on board and that changed everything so when mike came on we it was different. You watched up akeem olajuwon and some of the rockets teams compete a little bit but basically when mike born to be in the nba. He was just gonna stack chips. And so yeah. I was there to watch short shorts. Go two long shorts. I was there to watch the jordan once. Become a cool basketball shoe. And i fell in love with A really did so. Yeah after a new well. I'm not a great athlete. But i might be able to coach. I don't know so you know Looking at your coaching resume. How started you know one thing that you know the caught that tension my bench option was were the you became part of the nba an nba. Which is near sacramento kings. How were you able to get into. Nba it's very hard to be part of empty. I'll share the story with you man Here's what happened. We had a facility manager. I don't wanna put his name up there. But he was in charge of the facilities when i was coaching at sacramento state. University segment of state is considered a mid major. Because i think they don't have any quote low majors otherwise were low major division one second little state where i coached at did not have a great deal of success in terms of wins and losses also went to school. It's the truth nonetheless. I had an opportunity to cope. Stared mama modder later. We got a little bit better but we did a fellow who was in charge of silicates. And this is a lesson that i'd like to share with your viewers or anyone else about is just how you treat the next man and This this man was in charge of turning on things like the heat and the lights and make sure the court simplicity's were always available for practice time or for game time in those types of things and so we've had a few experiences. He and i did where things were. Your podcast journey starts here. Take the first step on your side hustle with us. It starts we a great domain gap. Your podcast web hosts with beard and coffee at www dot b. yard and coffee dot com dot au or find us at facebook as prepared as i'd hoped they would be and it trickles down. I was the low man on the totem pole and the coaching staff. So i'm the one that gets yelled at when it weren't repaired. Maybe weren't prepared. What the facilities guy was the one in charge. And i always respected him and i always knew working hard even though mistakes might have been made here in there so i never really got to upset at him. Will coincidentally would i didn't realize Is also the facilities manager for the sacramento kings in so He was also making sure that arco arena at the time was set up for the nba games and all and There were times where he and. I could've maybe had disagreements but you want to make sure that it's a grown man you keep all of your emotions kind of in check and even mistakes. We managed to work things out together. And i got a call one afternoon. I was having some sushi at my favorite sushi spot. Yeah with my uncle. And i got a call from this gentleman. Who said you know coach on this but also the facilities guy for the sacramento kings. They need somebody to come in and be hit video. Scout told me you might be able to do it so That was the beginning for me. In a the reason. I told you this story brother was because there were a number of times where i felt frustrated with this particular individual and Would he'd done. But i never lost my temper with it. I i always knew that. If i had to buy. Take the brunt of the gym not being ready. I was willing to do that. But i always treat him with. Respect and There were times where i was frustrated. Which still the next man with respect. And so. Eventually i got that phone call from this man who had watched out for me and i've known guess at that point that thank god i never really snapped or got. Hey got angry at this man..

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Golden State Killer pleads guilty to murders: "I did all that"

Marketplace

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Golden State Killer pleads guilty to murders: "I did all that"

"California A 74 year old former police officer admitted today to carrying out a Siri's of horrific rapes and murders across California. The seventies and the eighties. In a plea deal, Joseph D'Angelo junior long known only as the Golden State killer admitted to dozens of crimes in exchange for life in prison. NPR's Erik Wester felt was in the courtroom, D'Angelo was brought into a makeshift courtroom in a wheelchair at Sacramento State University, used because of the Corona virus. He sat motionless in his orange prison jumpsuit wearing a plastic protective mask. As prosecutors from six counties across the state detail D'Angelo's gruesome 16 year crime spree, including 13 murders, DeAngelo would often tie up, taunt and terrorize his victims before raping and killing them. In this plea deal, the so called Golden State killer gets life without parole, avoids the death penalty and admits to dozens of other rapes and attacks where the statute of limitations has run out. It also avoids a lengthy trial during a deadly pandemic.

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