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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:27 min | Last month

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"156 cases. Of that particular variant have been reported again. North and south here in the state of California that relates to the UK variant. You could see here on the sly little bit update on the numbers from San Diego San Bernadino, the one case just 90 and all that be 117. Vary it That's got a lot of attention that we have been able to identify so again, working through a deeper and more nuanced and complex understanding, But look as it relates to The issue of a stay at home order. It's just an opportunity reminds you can stay home order is not a light switch going back to the way things were. Ah, year plus ago. We still are now in these tears, tears that we believe it's served us. Well, a zit relates to modify an activity and behavior requiring not on Lee. That when someone is dining out door, But there's certain conditions that need to be met as it relates to those activities as well. We're doing more to not only socialize that with the public But also with businesses have just given example of what I mean by that, Just over last weekend, we were out there with the alcohol, beverage control doing education, not just enforcement 5600 establishments. In expectation on obviously in concern because some people were working outside or opening outside of the restrictions, but anticipation of activities beginning to resume making sure that folks were prepared to be in compliance. And so that's the way we're approaching this. Not naively soberly with her eyes wide open, And as I said in the beginning, Doctor Galley said, this as well, This is it arrive every single day we make adjustments. By taking look at the fax looking at these variables, including variants, looking a case rates, transmission rates, ICUs hospitalizations, but obviously looking positivity rates where we are turns. The vaccination, where they are effective is not only by county but by region. Looking at I C u capacity, broadly defined terms of our mutual aid, looking at our staffing. Where we are located number waivers later staffing, which we hope to address that very, very quickly as well to mitigate stress in that space, And so that's constant. And never ending Feedback that goes into making determinations in real time. None of us are ideological, and if we see things beginning to break in a direction that was not anticipated. We will make a move to address that with that. Forgive me. Perhaps more succinctly, Doctor Galley. I can't answer that question as well. Yeah, Thanks for the question. Let me just start you have been listening to Governor Gavin Newsom in a live press briefing on Cap radio in Sacramento. I'm Nicole Nixon. The governor gave us more information about the end of the regional stay at home orders, According to his projections, all five regions in the state that had been broken into four. These regional state home orders. We'll have more than 15%. I see you capacity four weeks from now. That was the metric that these regional orders had been based on. This means all areas of the state. All counties will be returned to the color tier system. Most counties are in the purple tear. That means widespread restrictions on capacities in businesses. But many of these businesses like restaurants, her nail salons will be able to reopen. Joining us Now we're gonna hear from Sammy Kayla with Capt. Radio Sami and just want to get your first reaction. Tonto, this press conference in the information we got. I know that there had been a lot of questions about the data behind. Um, this decision that's the state hasn't made these models these projections public, But Secretary Health Secretary Mark Alley says that they'll be on the CD pH website later today. I'm very curious to see what light that sheds on the situation. There has been a ton of confusion about where these four week projections came from and how accurate they are. And when Mark Kelly was asked he didn't.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

"19 travel restrictions and gathering guidelines means some people won't be seeing their loved ones for the holidays. And there are those grieving family members who have died from the virus. UC Berkeley cognitive scientist Emiliano Simon Thomas says that could be a heavy blow during an already tough year. Beyonce certainty of the circumstance that we all find ourselves in is something that our minds are not really equipped for. It's ultimately ends up being a chronic stressor. The winter weather can also bring on seasonal affective disorder, which is a type of depression that strikes between fall and spring. Simon Thomas says the key is to maintain healthy routines and keep focused on activities that bring you joy. That's cap radios Sammy Kayla reporting. Fitness buffs in Santa Barbara County. Looking to work off some of last night's big meal are in luck if they want to take a chance. Multiple gyms in Santa Barbara County are defying health orders and still allowing customers to work out indoors. The county's chief deputy district attorney says he and his office are well aware of the violations. Gold's gym and a fitness 19 in the city of Santa Barbara are among the fitness centers flouting the rules. And Barbara County, like the majority of the state's 58 counties, is in the most restrictive purple tier of the California reopening framework. The rules for that here explicitly prohibit working out inside a gym. Fitness centers are only allowed to offer outdoor training. The district attorney's office tells Katie Whitey. It plans to respond and is prepared to enforce the rules before it comes to enforcement. County officials say they'll give the gym's time to get into compliance with the rules and remind them of the potential criminal penalties. Support for NPR comes from carbonite and open text company working to help prevent data loss. Carbonite now includes Webroot Antivirus for staying Resilient Against.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Korva Coleman. Futures markets are pointing to another down day on Wall Street. Npr's Scott Horsley reports all of the major stock indexes have fallen into correction territory on fears of the corona virus. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has now fallen nearly thirteen percent from its peak earlier this month the broader S&P five hundred index and the Nasdaq both lost more than twelve percent selling accelerated at the end of the day on Thursday and overnight markets in Europe and Asia. Were down as well. Investors have been alarmed by the growing number of corona virus cases outside of China and the prospect that the economic damage from the epidemic could be bigger and more long lasting than had been anticipated. This week saw the first cases reported in Africa and South America as well as the first case in the US where the source of the virus was not easily traced Scott horsely NPR news Washington. Health officials say that I use case of the corona virus with an unknown origin was identified in California this week all other. Us cases have been associated in some way with travel abroad. California Governor Gavin NEWSOM is calling for greater testing capacity for cove in nineteen the disease associated with the virus from capital public radio in Sacramento Sammy. Kayla reports newsome says testing is key to tapping down community spread of cove nineteen. But there's a supply problem. He says there are only two hundred testing kit statewide that simply inadequate to do justice to the kind of testing that is required to address this issue. Head on more kits would allow health workers to test more people including patients with certain respiratory symptoms regardless travel. History test results could also come back faster if state or county. Labs process their own samples instead of sending them to the CDC for NPR news. I'm Sammy Kayla. In Sacramento. Turkey says Syria will pay a heavy price for an attack that killed thirty three Turkish soldiers in northwestern Syria. Npr's Peter Kenyon. Reports on Gra is promising to target all known regime targets in response. Turkey's Defence Minister tells state media that Syria's main ally. Russia knew exactly where Turkish troops were located. When the russian-backed Syrian military launched the attack. Moscow denies that it was the worst single day loss of life for the Turkish military. Since it got involved in the conflict. For years ago Turkey called on NATO to get involved in NATO's North Atlantic Council convened a meeting to discuss the situation in Syria. Turkey's for a no fly zone has gained some supporters including us. Senator Lindsey Graham but there has been little sign that either NATO Europe or the. Us is willing to undertake such an effort. Peter Kenyon NPR news. Istanbul South Carolina's primary elections tomorrow. President trump will hold a rally tonight in North Charleston. Next week IT Super Tuesday. Fourteen states in one. Us territory hold presidential contests this is NPR blizzard conditions persist in parts of upstate. New York the National Weather Service Warns Up to two more feet of snow may fall. Meanwhile in the central and western US today temperatures will warm up considerably Opera Star Placido. Domingo is walking back. He's apology to twenty one. Women who accuse him of sexual assault. Npr's honest dossier CEO because has more from New York earlier this week. Un-american union representing opera performers said it had substantiated. What it called Placido Domingo's quote inappropriate activity. But after he said that he accepted full responsibility for his actions Domingo's started losing plan performances in his native Spain including one sponsored by the government on Thursday. The opera singer issued a statement saying that his earlier podgy created what he called a false impression. He insisted quote. I have never behaved aggressively toward anyone.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

"And then continuing just all this is stored on the sides while there's a wedding photographer between shoots and some extra cash from blogging he makes about thirty six thousand dollars a year before this he lived on a rented boat near San Diego and worked in the travel industry he has health insurance and so does this dog Ayla he doesn't have a retirement plan but says he's paying off credit card debt and making plans to invest finances can be stressful but wild says the freedom is worth it I'm writing I'm getting to see a lot more I get to meet a lot of people and if something happens next week in Colorado and you'll see I go see that it's hard to quantify how many people are choosing this lifestyle as opposed to living in cars out of necessity but the four or five big van life gatherings a year draw hundreds of people and there are those who spend thousands of dollars on their vans one popular brand mentioned in van life social media pages is the Mercedes sprinter the cargo version starts at about thirty four thousand dollars and can be tricked out with more add ons so some people like Josh Thomson just retrofit their own he sawing wood for sleeping platform in his Dodge ram twenty five hundred so that'll be up here in this will be a kind of storage area for extra bike space and then also just like climbing gear and what not Thompson age thirty four served in the Coast Guard and was an outdoor instructor for awhile but now he just wants to hit the road like life's pretty short yeah it's just a minimal level that allows you the freedom to make choices of what you do with your time what you do with the money then my fits the millennial profile says Gabriel who won a grad student in psychology at the university of southern California she's research millennials and their hopes and goals she says they're redefining the American dream in the same way that kind of millennials art you know to use the very trendy word of disrupting other kind of market places a nontraditional living situations is I think just another piece of that trend and the downsides finding a place where it's legal to park overnight for free well says vehicle maintenance and finding internet connectivity can also be a struggle there's always like these little Kinks that our efforts into Gaza for the adventure and then you like like it's rainy and I'd stay inside here a little more than I would like to see none of that is a deterrent for him yet but he says he might consider leaving the van life if he found a partner who wanted to settle down in Sacramento I'm Sammy Kayla for market place.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is a right we're delivering regardless of immigration status everyone at the age of twenty six and we're gonna get the rest of that done mark my words there were proposals this year to offer insurance to even more people in this state like undocumented seniors but those efforts failed because of the potential cost almost say he does with the California immigrant policy center she says providing health care is crucial given federal anti immigrant hostility young people feel that too this proposal to expand medic how to undocumented young adults is really a message that institutions are accessible to you regardless of status you belong here and you deserve to thrive when the medical guidelines change in January Beatrice buster till plans to sign up she's lived in California almost her whole life it's her home she's going to college near Los Angeles and wants to be an environmental scientist Beatrice says getting insurance will make her feel a little more like a Californian I do belong to regardless of what others say but if it doesn't become permanent until I see that on a piece of paper California expects to enroll one hundred thirty eight thousand undocumented young people next year at a cost of ninety eight million dollars for NPR news I'm Sammy Kayla in Sacramento that story is part of a reporting partnership between NPR capital public radio and Kaiser health news this is NPR news and it's coming up on seven forty three on KQED let's check in again with Peter finch and find out what's up Fairfield westbound.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Has called for it. John. He knows better not a racist bone in my body involved sumarized mile career spat comes week ahead of the first democratic presidential debates. Got that tro, NPR news Washington, a Sacramento, California police officer was shot and killed while trying to de-escalate an active shooter situation. Wednesday police have a suspect in custody capital public radio's Sammy Kayla has more officers and civilians gathered Wednesday night to more than twenty six year old Tara O'Sullivan? She was responding to a domestic violence dispute when a man with a rifle started firing the man stayed inside and continued firing for several hours, Sacramento. Police evacuated some neighbors to a nearby elementary school law enforcement leaders and city officials called the young officers actions roic. They said no other officers were injured for NPR news. I'm Sammy kale in Sacramento, California prosecutors in the Dominican Republic. Former Boston Red Sox all star. David Ortiz, was not the target of shooting early. Earlier this month in central Domingo. They say that a man seated next to Ortiz was the intended victim or teases recovering in a Boston hospital. You're listening to NPR news. Chinese president Xi Jinping has arrived in North Korea. It's the first official visit by Chinese president to peon gong in more than a decade, although the visit is mostly symbolic. She says he wants to make sure China plays a role in the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. The race continues in the United Kingdom over who will replace Theresa May as leader of the ruling party. And then become UK prime minister NPR's, ofeibea, Quist, arcton reports lawmakers in the ruling, conservative party will take two more secret ballots, today, the contest to find Bush's new conservative party leader is being narrowed down to just two contenders. A full round of secret voting will be followed by a fifth Bennett of Tory potty MP's with results expected any evening, the final two candidate, should then begin vying for the support of wider conservative party membership of about one hundred sixty thousand by postal, this inaccurate decide who will become Britain's new prime minister leading the race is Fulmer. London may Boris Johnson on. On wednesday. Johnson school was more than double the total of other leadership. Hopefuls whoever replaces Theresa May has the tough task of guiding Britain out of the European Union with or without a deal, which is a hot debate topic here, or have you stopped NPR news, in the US Federal Reserve has left interest rates unchanged, despite pressure from President Trump for rate, cut the policymakers voted yesterday to keep the key rate at a level of two and a quarter to two and a half percent. The rate influences other interest rates such as credit cards auto loans, and other short term consumer lending. I'm korva Coleman..

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

"Called for it. John. He knows better not a racist bone in my body. I've been involved in civilized mile whole career spat comes a week ahead of the first democratic presidential debates Scott Tetreault, NPR news Washington, a Sacramento, California. Police officer was shot and killed while trying to de-escalate an active shooter situation. Wednesday police have a suspect in custody capital public radio's Sammy Kayla has more officers and civilians gathered Wednesday night to more twenty six year old Tara O'Sullivan? She was responding to a domestic violence dispute when a man with a rifle started firing the man stayed inside and continued firing for several hours, Sacramento. Police evacuated some neighbors to a nearby elementary school law enforcement leaders and city officials called the young officers actions heroin. They said no other officers were injured for NPR news. I'm Sammy Kayla in Sacramento, California. Prosecutors in the Dominican Republic say former Boston Red Sox, all star, David Ortiz, was not the target of shooting early. Earlier this month in Santo Domingo. They say that a man seated next to Ortiz was the intended victim Ortiz's recovering in a Boston hospital. You're listening to NPR news. Chinese president Xi Jinping has arrived in North Korea. It's the first official visit by Chinese president to Pyongyang in more than a decade, although the visit is mostly symbolic. She says he wants to make sure China plays a role in the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. The race continues in the United Kingdom over who will replace Theresa May as leader of the ruling party. And then become UK prime minister NPR's, ofeibea, Quist, arcton reports lawmakers in the ruling, conservative party will take two more secret ballots, today, the contest to find Britain's new conservative party leader is being narrowed down to just two contenders. A full round of secret voting will be followed by a fifth Bennett of Tory potty MP's with results expected other evening. The final two candidates should then begin vying for the support of why conservative party membership of about one hundred sixty thousand by postal, this electorate decides who will become Britain's new prime minister needing the race is full Milovan may Boris Johnson on. On wednesday. Johnson school was more than double the total of other leadership. Hopefuls whoever replaces Theresa May has the tough task of guiding Britain out of the European Union with or without a deal, which is a hot debate topic here, or Fabio quickstart from NPR news, London. The US Federal Reserve has left interest rates unchanged, despite pressure from President Trump for a rate, cut the policymakers voted yesterday to keep the key rate at a level of two and a quarter to two and a half percent. The rate influences other interest rates such as credit cards auto loans, and other short term consumer lending. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include i-drive, providing automatic cloud backup for businesses and homes to protect PC's max and servers from data loss, due to ransomware hard drive.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Called for it. He's asking you, John. He knows better not a racist bone in my body. I've been involved in sumarized. My whole career spat comes a week ahead of the first democratic presidential debates Scott that tro, NPR news Washington. A Sacramento California police officer was shot and killed while trying to de-escalate an active shooter situation. Wednesday police have a suspect in custody capital public radio's Sammy Kayla has more officers and civilians gathered Wednesday night to more twenty six year old Tara O'Sullivan? She was responding to a domestic violence dispute when a man with a rifle started firing the man stayed inside and continued firing for several hours, Sacramento. Police evacuated some neighbors to a nearby elementary school law enforcement leaders and city officials called the young officers actions heroin. They said no other officers were injured for NPR news. I'm Sammy Kayla in Sacramento, California prosecutors in the Dominican Republic. Former Boston Red Sox all star. David Ortiz was not the target of shoot. Earlier this month in central Domingo. They say that a man seated next Ortiz was the intended victim or teases recovering in a Boston hospital. You're listening to NPR news. This is WNYC in New York at eight o four. Good morning. I'm Carrie Nolan efforts to legalize adult. Use marijuana in New York have fizzled instead governor Andrew Cuomo wants lawmakers to repeal several laws related to criminal possession. One Bill would treat openly smoking marijuana as noncriminal violation, not a crime. But some lawmakers and criminal Justice advocates say that change won't make much difference to people and, or deco is from the legal aid society violation still mean police contact officer.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

"O'clock tonight with metal and brand Madeline. What's on tap for Larry? You no doubt. Remember the Elliott SD strike, and that was really a battle over traditional schools versus charter schools that battle has now moved to the ballot box. There's an election tomorrow for an open school board seat. It is a huge deal because that seat is basically seen as a swing seat between the traditional school champions and the charter school people on the board. And so there's a lot of attention being paid. We'll tell you about some of the candidates, right? Metal and brand press. Play coming up at seven o'clock coming up on all things considered last week summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong UN ended without a deal was a big setback to sell Korea South Korean leader moon. We'll talk more about that. State. Local local news coming up at five thirty to stay with us. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Dwayne Brown. California is suing the Trump administration over new family planning policies has capital. Public radio's Sammy Kayla tells us the state is challenging changes to federal funds for reproductive health care clinics soon, titled ten health centers that offer abortion, we'll need to do. So in a separate building. The new rules also ban family planning providers from referring patients for abortions. Jennifer, Siebel Newsom wife of California governor Gavin Newsom calls it a gag rule. President Trump has decided to attack a program that helps to ensure that every person has access to basic, preventive and reproductive, healthcare, California. Attorney general heavier Sarah has filed suit over the changes. If the new regulation stand clinics may choose to leave the title ten program. Reproductive rights advocates are working with lawmakers on ways to backfill the potential loss in federal funds for NPR news. I'm Sammy Kayla in Sacramento. The San Francisco Giants CEO and president Larry Baer is taking a leave of absence several days after a public altercation with his wife caught on video and widely circulated a member station. K Q E D. Peter Jon Shuler reports. The giants organization announced in a press release that bear asked to take personal time away effective immediately. The video shows bear and his wife scuffling briefly when our chair topples over sending her to the ground screaming. The giant statement says bear acknowledged his behavior was unacceptable. Apologize to the organization and is committed to taking steps to make sure it will never happen. Again. The giants executive team will manage the day to day operations of the club during bears absence. Major league baseball is investigating the incident for NPR news. I'm Peter Jon Shuler in San Francisco. Stocks finished lower on Wall Street, healthcare, tack and financial stocks took the heaviest losses. The Dow was down three quarters of a percent. You're listening to NPR news, and this is KCRW Larry parole infrastructure. Take us on a Monday, March fourth of very good evening to you. Here's what's happening at five. Thirty two LA county officials are taking sheriff Alex visa waiver to court. The board filed an injunction against the new sheriff today for his decision to reinstate a deputy who was accused of domestic violence. The sheriff's department fired deputy Karen Coleman Doan back in two thousand sixteen following the allegations in a letter county auditor controller John name, oh said the rehiring is illegal but being away the has given no signs he plans to reverse the move. The sheriff defended his decision to rehire men during a hearing at the board of supervisors earlier this year periods administration, treat, our employees as if they were disposable liability from sheriff, Jim McDonald fired Ben doyen after a fellow deputy claimed he grabbed her by the neck said harassing text messages and tried to break her break into her home. He was not charged. But his firing was upheld by a county appeals board as it stands. Ben Doane salary and benefits have been cut off. And hearing for the county's case. Is scheduled for Tuesday director, Steven Spielberg has been taking aim at Netflixing other streaming services, arguing they should not be able to compete in the Oscars for on demand films that don't have the ethical runs and now net flicks is pushing back KCRW's Evan George has more on the growing debate in Hollywood about what constitutes an Oscar worthy film. Roma just won three Oscars without a widespread. Release in theaters Spielberg is basically making the case that that shouldn't happen in the future. He's expected to propose a rule change at the upcoming closed-door meeting of the academy's board of governors that would restrict Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and others last year. He was quoted as saying that films made for those platforms should be considered TV movies worthy of an EMMY. But not an Oscar some other directors have taken issue with that on social media. And now Netflix tweeted a response without mentioning Spielberg by name, the company says that streaming provides filmmakers more ways to connect with audiences and. Allows more access for people who can't or don't go to the theaters KCRW's. Evan George reporting at five thirty four I'm marina onto the point politics. In Israel are changing politics in the United States Republican.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KCRW

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. Federal officials have arrested a Florida, man. They suspect scent at least thirteen explosive devices to elected officials and other public figures this week, and they say more could be on the way one of the latest packages arrived in Sacramento. For Senator Kamala Harris capital, public radio San Mateo has more her office confirmed that a suspicious package similar to those that have been sent to other officials was addressed to Senator Kamala Harris a postal employee at a Sacramento male facility identified the package and reported it to authorities. No, one was injured Harris is a democrat and prominent supporter of environmental protection, the Affordable Care Act and marriage equality, the homemade bombs discovered this week were all sent to political foes or critics of President Donald Trump. Federal officials say these were improvised explosive devices made with PVC pipe clocks batteries, wiring an explosive material, none of the bombs detonated for NPR news. I'm Sammy Kayla in Sacramento. The secretary of homeland security says she will continue fighting for funding of the border wall along the US Mexico border. Here's the Nielsen was on hand today is the first part of President Trump's wall was completed and collect CEO, California, walls work. That's not my opinion. It's not a tagline. It's not a political statement. It's a fact we've seen successive walls in El Paso in Yuma in San Diego in the past right here in the L center sector. Meanwhile, there is word Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis plans to send up to one thousand troops to the border to help the border patrol by Tober thirty thirty-first as a caravan of thousands of central Americans makes its way through Mexico many plan to head to the US border Wall Street lower by the closing bell. The Dow down two hundred ninety six points, the NASDAQ down one hundred fifty one points. That's just over two percent. The S and P five hundred down forty six points was one point seven percent drop. This is NPR KCRW at four thirty two. Good afternoon. I'm. Steve shiitake is here's what you need to know. Right now, just a day after the metro board of directors approved a plan to have the county transit agency offer free rides on election day election day, being of course, November sixth the LA city council today voted to do the same thing on city transit lines on that day.

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NPR News Now

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Kayla from capital public radio reports counties join hundreds of other cities and states that have filed similar suits against pharmaceutical companies about thirty counties want pharmaceutical companies to cover the cost of the opioid crisis attorney john fiske with law firm baron and budd is working with county governments from shasta in the north to southern california's san diego on federal lawsuits several of them filed this week to prevent future epidemic consequences such as addiction and death and they're also hoping to recover taxpayer dollars the plaintiffs say drug manufacturers misinformed doctors about the potency of opioids and then left counties with the cost of caring for addicts there were about two thousand opioid related deaths in california last year baron and budd is handling more than three hundred opioid lawsuits from cities and counties across the us for npr news i'm sammy kayla in sacramento you're listening to npr news in washington tourism officials in hawaii are hoping he'll away is a russian won't deterred travelers from visiting the big island industry executives say much of the area is free of threats from the kilowatt volcano that's been spewing lava into residential neighborhoods for nearly two weeks geologists are warning the volcano could soon shoot large voters out of its summit this mother's day thousands of women serving time in prison and held in jail will remain separated from their children npr cheryl quarterly reports supporters and people formerly incarcerated are holding a vigil for them in chicago today outside of one of the country's largest jails there are about two hundred thousand women in prisons and jails in this country about one point two million more on probation groups who tracked the numbers say the majority of the female inmates and detainees are mothers in chicago there will be a vigil directly across from cook county jail groups will collect toiletries for women being held.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Kayla from capital public radio reports counties join hundreds of other cities and states that have filed similar suits against pharmaceutical companies about thirty counties want pharmaceutical companies to cover the cost of the opioid crisis attorney john fiske with law firm baron and budd is working with county governments from shasta in the north to southern california's san diego on federal lawsuits several of them filed this week to prevent future epidemic consequences such as addiction and death and they're also hoping to recover taxpayer dollars the plaintiffs say drug manufacturers misinformed doctors about the potency of opioids and then left counties with the cost of caring for addicts there were about two thousand opioid related deaths in california last year baron and budd is handling more than three hundred opioid lawsuits from cities and counties across the us for npr news i'm sammy kayla in sacramento you're listening to npr news in washington tourism officials in hawaii are hoping he'll away is a russian won't deterred travelers from visiting the big island industry executives say much of the area is free of threats from the kilowatt volcano that's been spewing lava into residential neighborhoods for nearly two weeks geologists are warning the volcano could soon shoot large voters out of its summit this mother's day thousands of women serving time in prison and held in jail will remain separated from their children npr cheryl quarterly reports supporters and people formerly incarcerated are holding a vigil for them in chicago today outside of one of the country's largest jails there are about two hundred thousand women in prisons and jails in this country about one point two million more on probation groups who tracked the numbers say the majority of the female inmates and detainees are mothers in chicago there will be a vigil directly across from cook county jail groups will collect toiletries for women being held.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston voting is coming to an end in today's national election in iraq prime minister hayder el abbadi in ally of both the united states and iran is trying to fend off powerful shiite political groups that would pull the country closer to tehran this is the first time iraqi voters are deciding in a parliamentary election since the defeat of the islamic state group npr's jane arraf has more from a polling station in baghdad this feels like a much different election than it did for years ago isis has been driven from the country and the expectations are high that a new parliament they elect and they're hoping to elect a lot of new faces we'll be able to focus on things like jobs on the economy on for the first time in years focus on things other than keeping people safe jane arraf npr news thanked out a dozen counties in california have filed lawsuits against drug manufacturers for failing to protect consumers from opioid addiction semi ko from capital public radio reports the county's join hundreds of other cities and states that have filed similar suits against pharmaceutical companies about thirty counties want pharmaceutical companies to cover the cost of the opioid crisis attorney john fiske with law firm baron bud is working with county governments from shasta in the north to southern california san diego on federal lawsuits several of them filed this week to prevent future epidemic consequences such as addiction and best and they're also hoping to recover taxpayer dollars the plaintiffs say drug manufacturers misinformed doctors about the potency of opioids and then left counties with the cost of caring for addicts there were about two thousand opioid related deaths in california last year barren invite his handling more than three hundred opioid lawsuits from cities and counties across the us for npr news i'm sammy kayla in sacramento the arizona surpr.

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NPR News Now

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on NPR News Now

"California while the news of his capture brings a sense of relief to some experts say it's triggered fear innings iety for those who've experienced sexual trauma capital public radio's sammy kaye ola has more on the story suspected serial rapist and killer joseph james dangelo has become a point of public fascination but for survivors of sexual assaults all the talk about rape can be overwhelming i know folks are curious and they're warning more information and to learn more about what happened but i think we have to be really careful social worker jamie garrick says headlines can flood survivors with memories of past assaults leading to depression anxiety and nightmares people are triggered and it they often can relive the traumatic experiences even if they were years ago the golden state killer was tied to almost fifty rapes during the seventies and eighties there may be even more victims advocates say roughly seventy percent of sexual assaults or not reported to police for npr news i'm sammy kayla in sacramento you're listening to npr news from washington a delegation from the united nations security council is in bangladesh to investigate the plight of hundreds of thousands of row hindu muslims who fled to bangladesh from me and more the violence in myanmar began last august when some ruhanga insurgents attacked security outposts and myanmar security forces responded by attacking rihanna towns is been reported that thousands of people were killed the co founder of burning man has died at the age of seventy it was larry harvey's idea to burn a huge effigy and celebration and is npr's colin dwyer reports that idea has taken some unexpected turns on the way to becoming a week long festival in the desert three leary harvey told it burning man was pretty simple at the outset he and a friend just wanted to set a big effigy on fire but then he noticed the spontaneous community attracted by that i blaze on a san francisco beach back in nineteen eightysix so he and his friends decided to keep doing it eventually they moved the celebration to the nevada.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Just out of prison for murder it's complicated it's sunday april first twenty eighteen next the news live from npr news washington on trial snyder more protests in sacramento california this weekend demonstrators are demanding changes after twenty two year old stefan clark was killed by police earlier this month officer saudi had a gun but it turned out to be a cell phone capital public radio's sammy kaye all over reports demonstrators continue to demand justice for clark and for other unarmed black man killed by law enforcement they called for more police accountability and transparency former nba player in sacramento native matt barnes says this is about more than just went incident this is not a sacramento problem this is a nationwide problem barnes called for making neighborhoods safer for children it takes a community to raise kids or not any race where the human race and even if you don't want to believe that this is race driven some people still don't want to admit it you know the deficit between right and wrong independent autopsy report by the family found that eight bullets hit clark six of them in the back the county medical examiner has not released an autopsy for npr news i'm sammy kayla in sacramento costa rica now where people are going to the polls today to elect a new president in a tight race which is centered around gay rights npr's carrie kahn reports have poll show an evangelical preacher who oppose the same sex marriage has come from behind and is now in a dead heat with the ruling party's candidates alvarado mooney as a conservative christian singer a former congressman what the tiny evangelical national restoration party and vehemently opposed to same sex marriage sex education in schools and abortion alvarado muna's was the winner in february first round after denouncing an international court's ruling legalizing same sex marriage ruling party candidate carlos alvarado caddo the two are not related has accused his opponent of fuelling homophobic sentiment and dividing the country older rural voters favor the conservative candidate while urban residents are pushing for a more modern agenda costa rica's one of the most prosperous and state will countries in the region but has been struggling with the ballooning deficit and rising crime carrie kahn npr news the vatican not heavy sore pope francis celebrating easter mass before a crowd packed into saint peter's square today tens of thousands turned out to hear francis deliver his traditional.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He's letting your kids walk to school or playing the park down the street on their own and utah just passed a first of its kind law saying that's perfectly legal it's sunday april first but first news headlines live from npr news in washington on trial snyder more protests in sacramento california this weekend demonstrators are demanding changes after twenty two year old stefan clark was killed by police earlier this month officer saudi had a gun but it turned out to be a cell phone capital public radio's sammy kaye all of reports demonstrators continue to demand justice for clark and for other unarmed black men killed by law enforcement they called for more police accountability and transparency former nba player and sacramento native matt barnes says this is about more than just went incident this is not a sacramento problem this is a nationwide problem barnes called for making neighborhoods safer for children it takes a community to raise kids or not any race where the human race and even if you don't want to believe that this is race driven some people still don't want to admit it you know the deficit between right and wrong and independent autopsy report by the family found that eight bullets hit clark six of them in the back the county's medical examiner has not released an autopsy for npr news i'm sammy kayla in sacramento costa rica now where people are going to the polls today to elect a new president in a tight race which is centered around gay rights npr's carrie kahn reports have poll show an evangelical preacher who opposes same sex marriage has come from behind and is now in a dead heat with the ruling party's candidates out of muna's is a conservative christian singer a former congressman what the tiny evangelical national restoration party and the immediately opposed to same sex marriage sex education in schools and abortion alvarado muna's was the winner in february first round after denouncing an international court's ruling legalizing same sex marriage ruling party candidate carlos alvarado casado the two are not related has accused his opponent of fuelling homophobic sentiment and dividing the country older rural voters favor the conservative candidate while urban residents are pushing for a more modern agenda costa rica's one of the most prosper chorus in stable countries in the region but has been struggling with a ballooning deficit and rising crime carrie kahn npr news the vatican not heavy sore pope francis celebrating easter mass before a crowd packed into saint peter's square today tens of thousands turned out to hear francis deliver his traditional.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A bill calling for a four percent raise for teachers over three years teachers say that's not enough gave missed its reporting more financial markets asian markets were higher by the closing bell the nikkei in japan up nearly threequarters of a percent the hang sang in hong kong guinea nearly one percent by the closing bell european markets are trading lower at this hour the footsie in london done about one third and us futures contracts also lower at last check you're listening to npr news from washington a russian bobsledder as tested positive for doping the russian bobsled federation says in his eta sergi though has to positive for a banned drug on february eighteen my days after she tested negative on a previous test california lawmaker has resigned following an investigation into sexual harassment claims from six women capital public radio's sammy kayla has more democratic senator tony mendoza submitted a letter of resignation thursday just before a vote that could have led to his suspension or expulsion the senate rules committee investigated the claims and found that mendoza more than likely flirted with women and acted suggestive toward them state senate protem kevin delay on who led the committee crafted a resolution to expel mendoza wednesday night it never got to a vote in his letter of resignation mendoza calls the investigation farcical and says that he wasn't given a chance to dispute the claims he's pursuing a lawsuit against the senate over the issue and has hinted at running for office later this year for npr news i'm sam ikela in sacramento south korea plans to appeal the world trade organisation's decision against its ban on japanese seafood after the fukushima nuclear disaster soul says it's bans are aimed at protecting public health and safety the wto those as south korea's ban is discriminatory and serves as a trade barrier in 2013 south korea banned all import of all fish products from eight japanese provinces near fukushima and required radioactive certificates on food products from the country japan filed a complaint against the move in 2015 use futures contracts are trading higher i'm janine herbst npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include exact sciences offering color guard for average risk adults over fifty noninvasive colon cancer screening tasks that can be used at home by prescriptiononly information ed color guard test dot com.

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"sammy kayla" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"sammy kayla" Discussed on KPCC

"Women signed a letter about pervasive sexual harassment in the california legislature and in that letter those women said that only a handful had ever taken their complaints to higherups they say there's a reason i say the capitals review aziz don't go far enough to protect women and they say queues ing elected officials could risk their reputations and may be their jobs capital public radio's sammy kayla has a look at the legislature's complain process and why so few women use it if an employee of the legislature feels they've been harassed at work they can raise a complaint with their supervisor or with the member they work for they can also go directly to the rules committee if they're in the assembly or the deputy secretary of human resources in front but women who have worked in a near the capital and say that process is fragmented confusing and rarely effective ten tama is illegal and policydirector with the advocacy group health access she says she experienced harassment during her early years in the capital but she never tucker complaints to her superiors because she didn't want it to be held against her later on it for a people report hobbling if they don't have the confidence that will be handled fairly or that it won't be punished for speaking out yet people on account of nearly value you loyalty and both the senate and assembly policies same players can't retaliate against employees for firing complaints but signers of this week's latter say there are still a lot of fear on stepping forward debra graver it is the chief administrative officer of the assembly rules committee she went the assembly's daytoday operations she says she thoroughly invest gates all sexual harassment claims that a reported and often brings in an outside firm to look into the complete all of those and and her how come to me prove the coup quaint have i can unequivocably hey dan thoroughly investigated um they have been hurt and hidden or not and if there had can't hit it down individual the alleged employing have vendor quinn and or terminated graver it would also handle complaints from lobbyists about assembly employees as well as complaints from a submarine points about harassers outside.

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