35 Burst results for "Santa Rosa"
Caller Describes 'American Marxism' Flying off the Shelves in San Francisco
"I'm tremendous mark on the thank you for this book. I have to tell you two quick stories. One, uh, when I was in Barnes and noble this morning, and I went down to get it. That was my mission, And I asked the guy behind the counter where it was, and he'd be grudgingly pointed across the room. You know, it's right there, not really giving me much much service, and as I walked over, this was the best part. The guy, another worker at Barnes and Noble how to stack of him and he had to be. He was putting them on the shelf as the line I waited on in four or five people pull them off the shelf. The book I have in front of He was not on the shelf 30 seconds. And just I think it drives them crazy at Barnes and Noble. I'm in the belly of the beast. You know where I am. Santa Rosa County or Healdsburg, North San Francisco. Um And it was literally literally flying off the shelf. I mean, people were there to buy that book. So, uh, I was only up to about page 166, where you talk about Thomas Soul in the quest for cosmic justice, and I had to jump ahead when we When you talked about Chapter seven, I read a lot of political science books. It's what my education is in particularly interested in progressivism and the destructive nature. It has toward our founding principles, and I can't recommend this enough for people. That, um, are interested in this thing interested in saving our country because I have never, ever read a, uh, a chapter like we just went over. You just went over and the way you lay the groundwork for the war we're in And I'm I had never thought of these things that you mentioned the back of this book or Chapter seven. The one you just went over and I read with you. You You read it on the air. Um, brilliant things that the things that I have never seen that I've read thousands of political science books. Well, maybe not
Digital Teleconverters Are Better than You Might Think
"Today. I'm going to talk about the joy of digital tele converters honest. I'm serious. This is not a joke. I'm really going to talk about how cool these things are now. I'm going to start with a story from fathers day which just happened I'm recording this on monday. So this was yesterday and my two boys live down in the santa clara area. And i'm in santa rosa. So san francisco is sort of like halfway in between so they set up the sing where we would meet Down in san francisco Around the presidio area which is just this lovely beautiful area part of san francisco and so we'd meet down there and they arranged for some takeout and we're going to eat out on this great green expanse at the presidio. Were just beautiful. People go there and they just hang out and picnic and families come and then after we had our picnic and so forth They had a walk planned and we kind of walk along crissy field in some nice views of the golden gate bridge and the city itself. So i knew that You know where we're gonna be someone to make sure. I had a camera with me. But i also knew that i wanted to travel light. This wasn't a day for me to you. Know have a bunch of photos care. And be. Like one of those dads. This was a day for me to enjoy and spend time with my boy. So i wanted to travel light well. I'm sure that's a huge shock to you right. Of course. I wanted to travel i. I almost always wanted to travel light. Regardless so i packed in my pocket. I had the iphone twelve pro. Max and i thought that would be particularly useful for the ultrawide if i needed it in a does have that. You know that to axe telephoto there. But i was more in the mood to shoot with fuji film. The x one hundred v is this that kind of day. I don't know i just. It just felt good to hold it in the hand and everything so my iphone stayed in my pocket all day. I never. I never used it once but i did pull out the x one hundred eighty. So we're taking our walk. And i i see some shots when we when we get near the water Played around with some shots with the golden gate bridge in the background in some really cool things in the foreground. That was fun in the thirty five millimeter. Equivalent lands of the excellent hundred v Was fantastic for that. It really was. It was great so that was all going really well. But then we kind of reversed direction. We went back the other way and the view that right away caught. My eye was the san francisco skyline with a kind of a semi low hanging clouds bank. So he had a little bit of blue right behind the buildings. Some fog above it a love that kind of sandwich. Look it's it's really gorgeous and in the foreground right in front of the city was the dome from the palace of fine arts. Going man has really nice. And then i had some good stuff to work within the foreground in front of that even so i'm going. That is a shot. i wanna do. I know a little bit of a postcard. Shaba does kind of an unusual angle and the lighting was really good. And i just wanted. The shooter is wanted to shoot him.
Shark Bites Florida Man Swimming Near Fishing Line
"A shark bit of Florida man who is swimming off Santa Rosa Beach. The man had visible wounds to the upper body and was taken to a local hospital, where he's expected to recover. The fire department says the shark was apparently heading for a fishing line and possibly mistook the man for
Expert Says Cop Was Justified in Pinning Down George Floyd
"The defense's started presenting witnesses in Minnesota in the trial of a white former police officer charged in the death of George Floyd a use of force expert former Santa Rosa California police officer Barry broad testified Derek Schoen was justified in pending Floyd to the ground it was acting with objective reasonableness Reid said Floyd was putting up a frantic resistance and police don't have to wait for something bad to happen he just have to have a reasonable fear that somebody's really going to strike you stab you shoot you brought testified he didn't think show but or the other officers in Minneapolis use deadly force on Floyd I don't consider a problem control as a use of force tape from court TV after eleven days of prosecution testimony in a mountain of video evidence the defense is trying to deflect blame away from showbiz I made Donahue
Gas prices make small drop after multi-month climb
"Weeks of seeing the price of the pump go up there now starting to head back down a bit. The average price across the D C metro area right now to 85 for a gallon of regular. That's a penny less than the national average in the district, though it's still over three bucks, according to the Triple A. The D C Metro area was the second most profitable in the nation this week. When it comes to selling and supplying gas topped on Lee by Santa Rosa, California Maria leave fun double drama Ellen double drama
Red flag warning issued for Los Angeles, parts of SoCal amid heat wave, historic wildfire season
"California high winds are prompting new warnings of late season fire. Dangerous steve. Patterson reports many are still waiting for federal money to rebuild after years of wildfire destruction. It is the worst wildfire season in california history and the alarm is still sounding tonight. The national weather service issuing new red flag warnings for millions of southern california residents predicting gust to seventy miles an hour. The warning comes as many wildfire victims from years. Past are still waiting on relief. California received more than one point. Three billion in federal aid after thousands of homes were leveled during the devastating wildfires in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen but with funding tangled in a bureaucratic red tape. Most homeowners are still waiting to see a single sent to help them rebuild according to state records the thousand seventeen tubs fire leveled eight-year-old. Linda adrian's santa rosa home three years later. She's still in temporary housing isolated in a small space. I don't know what to do. I'm angry also extremely frustrated. And then i really depressed because i'm sitting here by myself. I don't have anybody to talk to. A generation of wildfire refugees left out in the cold waiting to find a way back home.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Outside Santa Rosa. Knowing all too well, the risks posed by climate change. I am so tired of these fires. I just want to leave California. But I can't She remains adamant Sonoma Wine country is here to stay, even if the region's shape shifts below her feet for the California report. I'm Scott Broad in Cinema County. Scott mentioned the tub's fire in his story, one of dozens that broke out three years ago today in wine country. 44 people died more than 20,000 homes were damaged or destroyed. One belonged to Leo Abrams, who wrote this essay. I was 1/4 grader on October 8th 2017. When I woke up the fierce winds and I looked out the window to see fire in the drink, and I yelled to my parents fired. Let's get out of you were rushed into the car. Flames barely made it out alive. And didn't stop till we got to my Auntie's house in Oakland. Days later, when I learned all my toys in home were gone. That reminded me of the book. I will fix it for the fire called survived the Great Chicago fire. 18 71 by Laura and targets. I asked my dad if we were going to rebuild that they did in Chicago. He said. Yes. Then asked. Would our house and the others in Santa Rosa be built out of brick, like in Chicago even know? Then we read that book in some amazingly that it was the same day as your fires here in Santa Rosa, October 8th. Wow. I also learned that it was actually only after the second fire Chicago in 18 74. At the Windy City made big changes. I would go into it for another fire here in Sonoma County before we make the changes. I hope not. I do hope we learned from the fires in maybe 10 years. I still see smoke and ash in the cinema sky in a royal the time I love my home, I hope my mom and dad And all the other adults will make it safe for me in the community that was seventh grader Leo Abrams. Support for the California report comes from personal capital, offering remote tele finance services with financial advisors and digital financial planning tools. Personal capital dot.
California Firefighters Battle Nearly 2 Dozen Major Wildfires
"Wildfires have now burned more than four million acres this year, and Sarah Husseini OFC reports that's more than double the previous record for an entire year. More than 16,000. Firefighters are still battling nearly two dozen major blazes throughout the state with a couple months of fall fire season still ahead. In Northern California is wine country More than 52,000 people have been evacuated as a result of the glass fire. Among them are the Henson's who have set up a borrowed RV for themselves and their three dogs outside an evacuation center in Santa Rosa. We've been evacuated three out of four years, Jessica Hansen says. This time they had no warning. She says she realised the worst was coming. When she walked out of her house on the seven acres atop the mountain. They call home and saw fire climbing from both sides as soon as we got to the top of our driveway We knew we were going to her house. But abandoning the land her family has lived on for generations is unthinkable. Henson says she's already focused on rebuilding despite not having any homeowner's insurance. Husband, Alton Henson says they'll have to rely on the federal Emergency Management Agency and groups like the Red Cross. All right now we're registered with FEMA and all then and apparently they're supposed to give us Temporary housing or they'll put trailers on our property until we re building. We're just waiting for that, but they can't do nothing in tow were considered disaster. Last week, Governor Gavin Newsom asked the Trump administration to declare the latest blazes, including the glass fire, a major disaster. Meanwhile, the weather is starting to cooperate with weary fire crews in the form of calmer winds, cooler temperatures and clear skies over the weekend, which allowed aircraft to fly over the steep and rugged terrain and make some big gains. Cal Fire spokesman Erikmenendez his office in ST Halina is located not far from where the blaze began. I can tell you that, looking out my window for the past week. I haven't seen the beautiful mountains that were known for, so it's very refreshing to see the mountains again. At a community briefing Sunday, Cal Fire incident chief Sean Norman was cautiously optimistic. We're feeling good about her lines were not done with this fire, yet it's been a stubborn fire. We don't consider the fire contained or controlled. It'll be weeks before we get to that benchmark. But that does not mean that we feel an imminent threat to any specific community Officials say they're hand picking local firefighters or those with previous experience in problem areas to help keep it that way. For NPR News. I'm Sarah Husseini in Santa Rosa, California.
Governor Newsom Tours Glass Fire Areas, Meets With Impacted Residents
"Governor Gavin Newsom. Survey Damage from the so called Glass fired today in a year of record setting and deadly environmental disasters. Another Disaster scene here in our state. It's been a remarkable year close, just shy of four million acres now burn, Newsome told reporters in Santa Rosa that currently have 17,000 active firefighters working to put out places across the state. The glass fire has scorched over 48,000 acres in Napa and Sonoma County's
Northern California fires rage on as hot, dry weather holds
"California aren't getting a break from the weather with extremely hot, dry and possibly windy conditions. Zog Fire, which claimed to Fourth life may merge with the August fire, according to the governor, and the August fire is not only the largest fire in California state history, one of the largest fires ever in the U. S. At 955,000 Acres, Cal Fire incident Commander Billy See said they're dealing with red flag warnings on the glass fire to the West, which has torched parts of wine country. Preparation of the potential wonder over the next 48 hours would be diligently trying to secure the back door of our forecast in Santa Rosa calls Fort near triple digit weather. To Friday. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News start Starting mixed. The
"santa rosa" Discussed on KOMO
"Again in Northern California is wine country. ABC is Alex Stone joins us on the coma news line with an update on major evacuations and Damage and this hits really close to home for you, Alex. How's your mom doing? She's been evacuated, Hasn't she? Yeah, she has been there doing okay. Right now. They're in a hotel about an hour show south of Santa Rosa. They're my mom and dad are waiting for word right now, but Their emotional that the home that they have lived in that I grew up in. They've lived in it for 37 years that it's under threat right now and then, really, nobody knows what's going to go on that. About 68,000. People in and around Santa Rosa are evacuated and you know it. Here we go again that in 2017 Santa Rosa was the heart of the tub's fire. And then last year, Santa Rosa got hit by Flames on whatever the fire was called last year that we covered in the Windsor area in the northern area of Santa Rosa. And now this, A lot of people are evacuated the flames making a four mile run last night. In the neighborhood. They know that homes are gone. Firefighters say that they did have lost his last night. But here is the fire chief in Santa Rosa, saying they haven't been able to assess it yet. They don't know just how bad it is. I don't know how many structures were lost. Throughout the firefight. Last night. About there was there was significant loss. It was a windy last night, pushing those flames. ELISA dry very hot through the end of this week, and not only Northern California about 400 miles south right now, in Southern California, north of L. A. About 15. Minutes ago, a fire started already. It's run about 200 acres. Looks like it's running pretty fast toward homes right now, Santa Ana winds are blowing, so it's happening in northern and Southern California, and that's such gorgeous country, Alex, but some of those roads air in that wine, country air, really wind ear and it must be tough to get out of there. People trapped Yeah, well, they have been earlier today when it was a little bit windier. There were a lot of rescue is going on. You've got a lot of fire engines having to get up really wind e roads near Calistoga and seeing Halina Up in the mountains before it ran down to Santa Rosa. But there were a lot of calls going out of rescues needed of people needing to be pulled out now that they waited too long, But the flames moved too quickly. And then the only way out was down A wind e road and They were bought blocked by flames. We don't know of anybody at this point who has been injured or killed usually takes a little while, though, if you think about paradise or even the more recent fires in Washington, Oregon that several days later we find out somebody is missing. Fingers crossed that, as of right now that everybody was able to work fast enough in Santa Rosa in Napa County as well. There's a big retirement community Oakmont in Santa Rosa, at least one home burned there. The hope is that they were able to get that emptied out quick enough at this point looks like they were, but but we really don't know yet. I know in a way, it's minor. But what has this done to wine country? You've had Cove it that's heard it And then you had the fire. Another The fires before and now the smoke damage. Yeah, I mean, it's a minor at all for the industry. There were talking billions of dollars in Sonoma and Napa County and tourism and the wine itself. And that is the life blood of Sonoma and Napa counties, and they still have not gotten over the 2017 wildfires and the impact those fires had on the economy and on the infrastructure. Then the fires last year that again they were burning Shiloh Road, an area of Santa Rosa that has a lot of really well known wineries. Now we're talking about Napa and the Silverado Trail, a really well known area that it not only impacts the wine and the grapes that are being grown But it just the economic impact of wine reason or burning to the ground. Wine reason cannot be open. They've already been dealing with Cove it and the closures from that it's been really, really tough. ABC is Alex Stone and our best to your family. Alex. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Yeah, and hopes that the casualty rate stays at zero for the entire community. Let's move on to sports. Now. 3 42 Seahawks are hopping mad with a Dallas cowboy dirty tackle. Here's.
New wildfires scorch wine country near San Francisco
"New wildfires are scorching wine country near San Francisco it started with the glass spire and two other fires merged with it that was able to establish a foothold on the west side of the napa valley and burn approximately four miles during the course of about six hours cal fire's been Nichols says it's hot it's dry and there are strong Santa Ana winds jeep Anthony Gossner says more than thirteen thousand homes are threatened in Santa Rosa alone in a lot of fire coming down the hill with very heavy winds we're impacting structure so we put a lot of resources in those areas to protect those structures one woman who evacuated said it's like god has no sympathy no empathy for cinema county I'm at Donahue
Multiple wildfires in California prompt fresh evacuations
"Heading now to California. That's where wildfires are continuing to cause what large scale evacuations and the Sonoma and Napa County wine country region. ABC is Alex Stone is there overnight, Santa Rosa getting hit hard again. Flames and neighborhoods and mass evacuations are in place. There were reports of people trapped, Santa Rosa was devastated by fire in 2017. Numerous wildfires are burning in Sonoma and Napa County is right now, but flames are moving quickly and wind into the city of Santa Rosa.
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Teddy has formed; one of four active named storms in Atlantic basin
"20 now tropical storm teddy way out in the Atlantic likely to grow into a hurricane this week. Tropical storms. Sally, meanwhile, is bearing down on the Gulf Coast. NBC's Morgan Chesky has more in the Florida Keys. Torrential rains flooded roads as high winds battered the coast. A powerful preview ofthe could hit Louisiana late Monday, where many you're getting ready. Or getting out a tropical storm warning in effect for parts of big Gulf. Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton County's A tropical storm watches in effect for the coast of Franklin County. Rain totals from the big Bend to the Alabama line could range from 8 to 25 inches, and the highest totals are expected in the Western Panhandle. Stocks
Local Flowers for California's Wine Country, with Santa Rosa floral designer Olivia Rivas of Papillon
"You had been. In this was pre pre. I think that we talked about you had kind of been transitioning to be more of a everyday flower. Go to studio or retail space rather than putting all your eggs in the wedding and event basket is that am I portraying that? Correct? Yeah I kind of got burnt out the wedding. Industrial Complex and had some bridezillas last year and I thought you know. People just don't get it. They're not understanding what I do what I bring. You know I bring a service, I bring my services a form of art to make their debut. But I'm not a servant young. And it has somehow through the years it had changed you know or maybe it was just my bad luck and certain clients just not appreciating. what I do, and it's not just me. I found I was talking to my girlfriend's. The. Same thing across the board like. I, know you know them understanding exactly what I was talking about by you know somebody freaking out over certain color not being the exact color that they were thinking it was or or some flour being included that they never talked about something just something petty. Just bumming me out. So I went I went more full force into the store thinking you know. Now I can really just express myself and not have to worry about. Ruining someone's big gay. Or Yours. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Well, the store the store. Is seemed like you were able to really highlight your aesthetic even in the gift and garden items that you are. You're selecting for your your merchandise I've never been in the store, but I've spent time on your website and I love your quirkiness and. You don't really want reproductions want artisan pieces you want local Items and you're kind of you know to use that tired word curated IRRIT- definitely. Choosing what you're I, what appeals to you and your I What I would like to buy and what What turns me on. So I'm my biggest customer. Pretty good for the bottom line Mirror Olivia. Now. I try to not get myself too big of a discount. So, you're telling me about your space and where it's located in how you like when did you open that space? Opened it last year in June before we were next door is just a small pop up in the front of another another person studio and then the girls who were at my space moved decided to move to Hillsboro. And I was able to take over this beautiful space about the square feet. Gorgeous. Little picture windows in front. Awning I was able to get Nicole skalski sister the artist. She goes by heart and hand creative. She did this a beautiful mural inside of monster eras and tropical plants and we did this funky. funky color scheme of a green and pink. I told her I said I have eighty s Miami vice in my mind and she totally went for it. So cool. She totally nailed it. Oh, and then you mentioning National Skalski she owns is one of the CO owners of California sister in California sister is it Is it Petaluma. What town is she in? As she's in Sebastian Oval. Yeah at the Barlow. And she's hanging in there retail. Wise. Well I met you both on the same trip and I could tell you were kindred spirits and it's cool that you're both in retail forestry and. Not Competitors you're you've figured out how to. Put your friendship I and because you're not really in the same market really are you know we're we're very different I love what Nicole does I can't deal with Nicole does. Her in Katherine, their style is Gosh I don't know how to describe it. It is it is also romantic, but it's in A. It's in a different way she's she's super local in her products in her flowers. Yeah. But I'm more quirky. I'm more funky I don't know what to say like I'm more. You know if we're talking San Francisco, she would be located on Union Square and I would be located on Haight Street. That's a great analogy. It's
California sees spike in covid cases, but a declining death rate
"Infected despite the rising number of covered nineteen cases across California doctors say fewer people are dying from the virus KPK Nick I'm a goddess reports Dr Vanessa Walker who operates out of Santa Rosa's I see you and cares for cove in nineteen patients says the decline of the death rate is partly due to administering steroids avoiding intubation and using from does appear a drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis she adds that treating patients with the steroid deca draw is helping people survive the respiratory illness medical professionals have also discovered patients don't need ventilators and that it's better for the body to recover on itself health experts ask people not to let their guard down reminding them the virus's spread based on human
Data Visualization for How You Shoot
"We record except data with every picture we take. But how do we use it? If we examine our camera settings over a period of time with a specific model. We can learn a lot about how we capture. This information can help us change the look of our pictures plus assist us with buying decisions for new gear. And the best part is this exercise is both easy and cheap learn how on today's TVs photography podcast? So this is super interesting. I knew the title. Isn't that sex whenever you have data in the title unless you're a star Trek Fan is not that interesting. Okay, but this is truly interesting, and here's the project that I've been working on that. I WANNA share with you today, so I've been shooting with Fuji Film X One Hundred V, since March, in the reason for that is not the only camera shot with, but when I've gone. Gone outside. Is the camera even shooting with? Because I've been doing street photography whenever I wander outside now inside shooting with the Nikon the Olympics, you know all that kind of stuff that you have been hearing and seeing, but when I step out the door in get into an urban environment pretty much since March it's been the Fujifilm x one hundred, and I'm getting to know this camera. This is my first. X One hundred I like a lot, but I'm still learning about it and me together. So the way that I do street photography. At least the way I've done it since March Is. When I get out there, I really want to be thinking about the composition about how I hold the camera about what's in the viewfinder. You know all that kind of stuff and I'm not ask concerned with the actual settings, as I am with other types of targets for example with portrait photography. I'm really thinking about aperture lot I'm really thinking about color a lot with product photography. I'm thinking about depth of field and I'm thinking about exposure. You know so different types of photography have me focus on different things in terms of what are the priorities? So when I go out the door with the FUJIFILM x one hundred I'm really thinking composition I mean. That is my prime thing, and so as a resolve. What I've been doing is setting the camera basically on program mode, so it's on auto exposure in aperture and I've even gone so far as to using auto ISO with. Now in the beginning, I didn't really know how that would work out. And I soon found that this camera is really smart and it a great job in the way that I've been making any sort of adjustments and I'm giving away a little something here from the data. Because I didn't really realize this until I started studying the data, the way that I'm adjusting. The exposure is with exposure compensation. And I know that for a fact now because I have data to back it up so basically what I have been doing is putting it in program mode figuring out what film simulation I want that fits the mood of what I'm capturing, and then I'm just letting it fly just lay, and I have to tell you I have been. Really pleased with the results. This has been a lot of fun. Have Done Street photography in Los Angeles for our March Street photography workshop. I went to San Francisco. As you know a right before they started to open up again and did some black and white street photography there. I've done some photography in Santa Rosa. Here I go out on my bike and that way I can. Get through the police barriers, and all that kind of stuff more easily than I could with a car so I mean I've had some really interesting spots each time that I go out to shoot. I'm thinking about okay. What film simulation do I want and you know one of my after here, but the primary thing is that I need to be able to react quickly and I don't want to miss any shots. I really don't to miss any shots and to be honest with you. I have missed a very few so rolling that all up. That's a big setup for this data visualization thing because when I heard about this APP photo statistic. All one word. Ph Ot O. S. T. A. T.. I STI FOOT OF STATISTIC UP IS A two dollar ninety nine cents APP that you can get in the Mac, APP store It runs on the MAC platform. When I heard about this I go you know what I would love to analyze my work with the X. One hundred V since I've been shooting street photography with it in March and really Kinda. See what's going on in this APP is perfect. What this APP allows me to do is I can point. At a folder full of just I can point it at a capture. One Catalog I can pointed at a photos library. and. I can say you know analyze it. It will analyze the data and shots, and then it gives me all these different ways to look at that information
"Thriving in the New Normal"
"Many of us are feeling a distance between our art in our daily lives. In my case for example. I'm not spending time with other photographers this week. I should be in the Humboldt redwoods with a bunch of you taking pictures and looking at them and talking about technique and all that good stuff. I'm not. I'm here in Santa Rosa. I'm not traveling. I'm not being hired to take pictures you know. It's really a different situation now. Your particular variables might be a bit different than mine. But I bet you're having many at the same feelings. So what do we do? What do we do about this brand off? The top of my head of choices. We have so first of all we could you know just roll over and die and I don't mean I don't mean physically die. I mean artistically die. Just say you know what That was fun now. It's over. This is the new world and a well as you may have figured out by now. That is not the path that I'm taking nor the one that I'm recommending okay. Here's what I think. We should look for the opportunities within the situation. Tried to capitalize on them and then move forward to. Here's the cool thing. Whatever we do now while we're constrained physically we're not constrained artistically. I'll get to that in a minute. We're not constraints so much artistically as we are physically physical of all the limitations I think is easiest to overcome. Unless you're like locked in a box which were not. It's the easiest overcome I I would take it any day over mental imitation emotional limitation spiritual limitation. I'll take you know being sort of trapped in my studio or trapped in my house over those other constraints so I have Internet. I have my tools at the moment. I have food on the table as a moment. The mortgage is paid. I don't know about next month but we'll deal with next month when it gets here. So what I'm thinking is all right. Let's take a look at five ideas that we could play with during this time of physical limitation in. See what we can come up with. Because here's what happens if we come up with something now then if the world starts to come back to some other kind of normal that involves US actually being able to hang out with each other or go somewhere on an airplane or do a number of things like that then we already know how to do that and then we have whatever we've accomplished during this time and then we'll have both and then what if we can intermingle both into something completely new all right. You see where I'm going here. Let's take a look at some of these things that we can do during this time of internment right number one more self assignments because just because we don't have the physical freedom that we once enjoy. That doesn't mean were confined creatively. We can explore how to stir those embers. Bhai creating self assignments and seeing them through and seeing them through very important. Because if we're successful we'll not only enjoy the fruits of our efforts. Whatever that assignment was. We will have a level of self satisfaction for the accomplishment. And I think this is really important. I think setting goals. That can be accomplished right now. Are Super Important. Because I'll tell you there are days that I get up and they sort of you know. Look at my life and just talking about you know my creative life my working life right now my financial life all those are mixed together. There are days I get up and I look at that and I'm bummed. I am bombed. I just go. How man this is so hard. This is truly difficult and then I'll just go ahead and get to it. Start trying to do one thing and then trying to do the next trying to do something new. You know all that kind of stuff and then I will have a little success. Someone will sign up for a course. Someone will buy a very expensive camera. Someone will do something that sort of puts a little energy into the day and then I get a little momentum and then suddenly I start having more ideas and then I get my energy going. Self assignments can help us in that same way that we set something up that we can accomplish that is worthy of being accomplished. Not only do we have the thing but we get the feeling that goes with it and right now. I think that feeling that feeling good that feeling like I can move forward that I can do something under these conditions. I think that feeling is super important. Because that's what moves us to the next spot. Okay so self assignments. I think are a great way to do that. And they can be anything you can work on for instance assignment for a lot of folks right now. they're just wrapping up digitizing memories.
Miami - More Florida Corrections Workers Positive For COVID-19
"And more Florida corrections workers have tested positive for the corona virus John Conrad reports twenty corrections employees who work in twelve prison facilities and three probation offices have tested positive for the corona virus that's an increase from a total of sixteen cases confirmed Thursday the latest cases involve employees who work at facilities in union Santa Rosa and Jackson counties the department of corrections and the department of health have not provided the number of inmates who've been tested according to a corrections department news release inmates who experience symptoms indicative of coated nineteen or placed in medical isolation pending department of
California - Gov. Newsom provides update on state's COVID-19 response
"Okay we're gonna take a I check in with governor Newsom he is now doing a live update on the corona virus response in California seventy thousand masks today for health care professionals just in the state of California also committing to over a thousand ventilators just in a few days the state of California working through his supply chains and partnerships companies large and smaller stocking small company that does a little bit of manufacturing up in Santa Rosa said they want to convert their manufacturing facility to help so masks same the same trust down in Los Angeles and that of the garment district said they'll do the same thing not only that the largest companies in the largest manufacturers of that happen to be based in the state of California like the gap saying we're ready to convert whatever ready to meet this moment tell us what you need hospitals credible philanthropy of people that are literally sending planes to China on their own dime and bringing back resources and support from all around the world it's quite literally not an exaggeration it's not exaggeration at all imagine governors all across this country are experiencing the same thing it's an old building and makes you feel like we truly can make this moment according ly we have had a remarkable response in terms of the work that our own teams are doing we've been able distribute we had twenty one million masks in our reserves we've been up to distribute ten million of those masks last week we put out an additional million a half of those masks just in the last few days we've got millions more we're going to try to get him out into our system as quickly as possible we are able to bring on Seton hospital as part of our portfolio of IT search we're able to announce just today Saint Vincent hospital down in Los Angeles now part of our portfolio four hundred and ninety rooms it will be up July seven hundred fifty in the next few weeks capacity community hospital the great work that was done down in Long Beach with mayor Garcia was able to get a hundred thirty rooms up online people already being transferred today and over this weekend a working with our site are affiliate C. P. M. C. in San Francisco a hundred fifty seven beds we now have a term sheet to bring into our portfolio we have folks Coalinga we have folks in Pacific gardens that are committing with term sheets to increase our capacity in a hospital system that by the way all told it's about a thousand beds that we've been able to procure in just the last number of days we were incredibly pleased to get a call from the White House want to thank president trump I want to thank vice president pence we were able to get eight field medical units into the state of California that's going to provide two thousand bed capacity for the state of California these are those field medical stations that have been discussed across the last month few weeks all across this country they're finally being delivered they're on the way we got our first trying to last night down in riverside this strategic national stockpile and we are quite literally open up those boxes as we speak more started to distribute those assets all throughout the state of California in real time that's gallons that's gloves that's masks and the like it's just the first of four that will be arriving we're told that they are already beginning to send all right we're gonna continue to watch what okay you've been listening to governor Gavin Newsom give an update about what's going on in California saying that more than a thousand beds have been opened up in the state of California in just the last few days to help you know it it take care of any overloads because of overcrowded conditions due to the corona virus he also said that the state has been able to distribute more than ten million masks they've got twenty one million in reserves and more are being put out into the system as soon as possible to make mention of some of those hospital beds opening up including the community hospital in Long Beach and several others now the governor also mentioned eight field medical units have been ordered is sent to California from the federal government and those that could provide two thousand beds to the state if they are needed the governor also updated the number of cases to twelve hundred in California with twenty four
"santa rosa" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"To help you feel confident in command on the road. The completely reimagined twenty twenty four to escape. It's not just smart. It's street smart now. Back to the story on March Fourth Nineteen seventy to nineteen year old. Kim Wendy Allen left her part time job at a health food store in lark. Spur California at five PM. Shortly after Kim hitched a ride with two men expecting them to drive her to a night class in Santa Rosa. Instead Kim was raped and strangled to death. A couple of hours later my guest host to realize going to take over from here to discuss the details of Kim's murder and the investigation that followed thanks Vanessa on March Fifth Nineteen seventy-two less than twelve hours. After Kim ended her shift at the health food store. Two teenage boys made a horrifying discovery. They found Kim's body in a ditch. Twenty feet from enterprise road. She wasn't wearing a stitch of clothing. Not her long coat her backpack her straw bag. The only item her attacker had left. Her was one solitary gold earring on examining her body. The police surmised that Kim had been raped and then tortured by slow as fixation until she died at first police thought they had a solid lead eye. Witnesses had seen Kim entering a car with two men and the police were able to track down. The men in Question Bay subjected them to an intense interrogation however. Both men attested that they had dropped him off a couple miles down the road in San Rafael airtight alibis. And the fact that one of the men passed a polygraph test helped to further absolve them of the crime. Investigators back at Square Zero. Despite dedicating ten detectives to the case weeks passed without a lead and then more naked bodies of young female hitchhikers began turning up in ditches. Kim May have been the first victim of the Santa Rosa hitchhiker murderer as the media dubbed the serial killer. But she wasn't the last. The killer was active until nineteen seventy four for two long years. After Kim's murder they targeted young female victims between the ages of twelve and twenty four light. Kim these unsuspecting women were usually strangled raped and then unceremoniously dumped by the side of the road. The Santa Rosa hitchhiker murderer was rumored to be responsible for anywhere from six to twenty deaths. Police eventually found a few key suspects for the killings. The I was Frederick. Manelli Frederick was one of Kim Wendy Allens professors at Santa Rosa Junior College in Nineteen. Seventy six after Frederick died in a car accident. His wife alerted the police to some disturbing materials. She had discovered among her late husband's belongings namely her husband's numerous. Sado masochistic drawings featuring Kim Wendy Allen. These disturbing pictures were accompanied by letters. In which Frederick wrote about his obsession with sexual slavery and large-breasted women however the police later dismissed Frederick Manelli as the suspect surmising. That has fixation on. His former student began after her headline-grabbing death in the years since the hitchhiker murders police flooded several other high profile killers as the potential culprit atop this list was the Zodiac killer. He want signed off one of his infamous letters to the police with the word enterprise. And since Kim Wendy Allen's body was found on enterprise road the police wondered if the Zodiac sign off was a taunting call back however it wasn't the Zodiacs Mo to rape victims. It didn't quite fit Ted. Bundy was another high-profile serial killer who investigators tried to link to the murders however in Nineteen ninety-two the US Department of Justice ruled out Bundy to they discovered his gas receipts placed him elsewhere at the time of the crimes ultimately the police were never able to gather enough evidence to catch the killer. The Santa Rosa hitchhiker murders remain unsolved to this day in the years. Since Kim Wendy Allen's mother has made peace with this fact and decided to focus on the living according to an article in the Press Democrat. Kim's mother turned her attention towards educating hitchhikers stating it used to be you. Tell a child to not ride with strangers and made mind but these days. You can't tell a child anymore. We must reach them before anymore. Taken from US. She couldn't get back her girl but she would do her best to help others. I'm Vanessa Richardson. Thanks.
"santa rosa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"santa rosa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Manuela, Santa Rosa and business daily Shawki when it comes to tax where do you stand? Do the rich not pay enough would increasing taxes on the wealthy. Stifle innovation and therefore economic growth. It's a debate that's gathering steam as governments everywhere grapple with inequality. We'll hear from both sides of the debate in business daily out of the BBC world news. BBC news. I'm John shea. The acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan says it's important for the Afghan governments to be part of any negotiations about a peace deal with the country. He was speaking. As he arrived in Kabul for meetings was president Ashraf Ghani and US forces, but the Taliban refused to talk to the Afghan government because they don't accept it as legitimate. Rallies are taking place in Iran to Mark the fortieth anniversary of the Islamic revolution. Huge crowds have braved snow in the capital Tehran to fill the streets carrying balloons and Iranian flags as well. As portrait of the founder of the Islamic Republic are taller Ruhollah Khomeini. The country's present supreme leader Ali Khamenei. Two US warships have sailed close to islands claimed by China in the South China Sea. It's the latest attempt by Washington to counter what it sees as Beijing's efforts to limit freedom of navigation in the strategic waters. Police in Indonesia have promised disciplinary action against officers who draped a snake around the neck of a suspect in Papua to force him to confess in a video circulated online. The young man can be heard screaming as the snake is pushed towards his face and into his trouser leg. Abok rainy footballer who was detained in Thailand. Faced extradition back to the middle. East is expected to be freed Hakim fled Bahrain and was given refugee status in Australia, but was detained when he travelled to Thailand on his honeymoon. And hip hop artists. And female superstars have dominated this year's Grammy music awards in Los Angeles album of the year went to the country singer Casey must graves for her album golden hour, Drake who won best rap song at his acceptance speech cut off when he appeared to criticize the body in charge of voting for the prizes. And that's the latest BBC world news. Hello and welcome to business daily from the BBC. I'm Manuela coming up in this edition, should the rich be taxed more. It's the big question of the moment amid growing concern over inequality everywhere, we'll hear from both sides of the argument here in business daily from the BBC. The.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sunday afternoon. It's four thirty two is off today on Paul Rogers. Here's what's happening democratic presidential candidate. Cory Booker says he wants universal health insurance coverage in the United States. But the New Jersey Senator says he does not want to eliminate private insurance. That's one of the differences between Booker and one of his twenty twenty White House rival Senator Kamala, Harris, California, Santa Rosa, police say two men are under arrest for beating to death. A man in an argument over a bicycle the fifty year old victim was found dead last night on pioneer road. Officers say three men evolved role homeless and lived in the area and Hawaii lawmakers want to completely ban cigarette. Sales in that state. The Aloha state was the first to raise the legal smoking age to twenty one. And now it seeks to be the first to ban cigarettes altogether, ability produced by democratic Representative Richard Creagh in would phase out tobacco sales over a five year period. So as to allow the. The state to get used to and maybe replace the one hundred ten million dollars. It will lose in cigarette. Tax revenue Gregan dismisses the argument that the all out band would violate the civil liberties of smokers saying that's just something cigarette companies say and he believes if Hawaii is a smoke free destination. More people would in there. I'm Jim Roope. Santa Rosa reporting light rain of fifty four degrees. It's fifty eight with light rain in Hayward. San Jose, cloudy Fifty-seven in San Francisco. It is cloudy and fifty six degrees. Now back to chip Franklin on K G O eight ten. Would would would would follow me on Twitter at chip Franklin? And of course, you can call in at eight hundred eighty eight ten Nikki off today should be back with.
"santa rosa" Discussed on The Digital Story
"So everything's going on people coming in and out music's wafting on the radio the whole deal, and we talk a little bit about photography in general, but get into tin tight photography. So that you can learn about this art form because I think it's fascinating. And it's still going on. And Jeremiah is practicing this right now, you can make an appointment. Go down to a studio in have a tin type made for you. And they're beautiful absolutely beautiful. So without further ado, I'm going to take us into Jeremiah's photo corner. We're going to sit down, and we're gonna talk about photography in a whole different way. I hope he enjoy this chat. I'm sitting here with Jeremiah in Jeremiah was photo quarter in south of ace St. and Santa Rosa, and we're your shop right now early. Yes. Yep. Right down here in the arts district, and Santa Rosa, California. How long you been here stores been here for a little over nine years. And yeah, great little neighborhood. You know, we got galleries around here art studios and a couple of funky places to eat and whatnot. So what kind of wander in the doors here? Oh, people wander in. We get actually because of the food. And the just the fact that was labeled the stress district. We get all sorts of becoming look at the windows and spl as and being like, wow, I haven't seen a film photography shops from forever. So a lot of people end who either are interested in photography or people who had haven't taken pictures, you know, for a long time, I should say haven't taken pictures with outside of their phone perhaps for for years. So they're always come amazed that we're still around. So I mean, how do people I mean, obviously, film photography that come in the door. They're on a mission. Right. They have they wanna processor film, or by some film or something. But how about the folks that aren't film, photographers? What's kind of conversations that you have in here? I mean, they just like amazed that you're still here early S. Yeah. Because they're like I thought all of these kind of stores died off, you know, and. Yeah. For the most part, you know, film based tiger Affi brick and mortar stores are a rarity these days. But there still are. Are you know handful? We're just on the outskirts of the bay area. So we still have clientele interested in unique processes and art and being creative and stuff and film, Dogra Fay's definitely one of those things. So you have a conversation. It's interesting people come on. They're like, wait. Your film base sore thought, they stopped making film. That's like, I don't know plenty of film play film. So usually, it's you know, informing them that by golly. If you wanna shoot film, you can still do it. So you do another kind of talk too. That's that's one thing. I really wanted to get to which is tin type. Yes, if people think that Silva Tigra thirty five millimeter, film, photography is a lost art form. Then tin type must be like back and. Generation's, right..
"santa rosa" Discussed on Start Here
"Seven. Message and data rates may apply. It was exactly a week ago today that residents found themselves fleeing paradise in California. Please. A lot of them have not been back since. But they know now that most of their homes are ash, thousands of structures burned. Authorities are still trying to identify all those who did not make it out. Some of these residents are, of course, living out of tents others are crashing with relatives. Some local leaders are already pledging to rebuild. What does that actually look like is it possible to see a year into your future in a weird way Californians can because of the rash of deadly wildfires over the last few years. We are able to see exactly what we building these communities takes residents are able to learn from each other and before the complete destruction of paradise. Just a few hours away. They were Santa Rosa, California. Get out now. The Santa Rosa police department time. Time. It was just over a year ago that those residents wondered whether their homes had made it and a lot of them got the exact same answer. So I wanna go to ABC's Alec stone. He's in California and Alex in your from Santa Rosa. Right. So you were covering the fire. You were there last year around this time, you were just there recently. What's it like now? Yeah, it's my hometown. At this is where I grew up. I spent eighteen years in Santa Rosa, and then to see at burn it was it was heartbreaking that everybody that that you knew lost a home or lost a loved one that it was very personal to everybody. And now you go back and the resilience is there you can see a community coming back together that a year ago. Nobody knew how they were going to move forward that much of the town was gone. There were so many lives gone would they rebuild in those areas? That were the hardest hidden and they are. It is now sounds of hammers and of saws and the rebuilding very alive right now at water hot water, cold water. It's great. You hear the drilling Hogger trucks going by walking driving by which works at thanksgiving time because you really do see people giving thanks for all of these buildings that are coming out. I was gonna say they all coming up at the same time or is at one house at a tie. What does it look like they're big areas where there are a lot of homes coming up in a part of that is because a lot of the evacuees in those who lost their homes. They have made deals with home builders that okay, if you build one home come in here and make us a deal, and you can build twenty homes. And so there are certain home builders who are willing to do that. It's not just everybody going out and finding in some areas, it is finding their own home builder. But there are companies that have come in and said, you know, what instead of and cinema counties expensive instead of this house being eight hundred thousand will do it for. Five hundred thousand if we can do twenty homes. They're making deal. We're here doing this work, which takes a huge chunk out of our daily lives to help the person that lives next door to us the person that lives four blocks with personal lives a mile away get back in their homes. Everybody's banding together especially in Coffey park, and they're working together to get the community rebuilt. Well, so you got these whole neighborhoods destroyed and people that made it out of paradise California heard their entire town has gone and these pictures from this week look so similar to what you were covering. Have. You talked to the people in Santa Rosa like what goes through their heads when they see this. Now, it's spooky for them. And I it scares them and even down to with the paradise fire. Santa Rosa has been covered in smoke. Even though Santa Rosa's, hundreds of miles away the smoke from paradise has made it seem like there is a fire in Santa Rosa. You can't see very far outside of your home. You can't see very far outside your car's driving long, and that has been haunting the folks of Santa Rosa. Even if the focus is no longer on the heartache that they're going through into Noma county..
"santa rosa" Discussed on The Takeaway
"These were huge fires. They were fairly close to the bay area. That would be smoke that would be pouring in, you know, into the region of the state brought to bear a huge amount of resources to fight a large number of wildfires. The city of Santa Rosa, which is one of the bay area's largest cities lost dozens and dozens of homes. And PG was blamed for about sixteen of those wildfires. They also faced a number of lawsuits. The biggest fire though in in that set of wildfires the tubs fire in in the north bay in right? North of San Francisco Cal fire has yet to release its findings on that. And we are sort of waiting and hoping that we'll learn more about what was the biggest blaze in our area last October, Ted what's really happening here. I mean is it that PG any is not taking care of the power grid as they should. Or is this just I guess you could normal wear and tear of the grid. And and their inability to keep up with it. What what's going on? Well, the weather is a major factor in PG ni is fully aware of that. In fact, in the days before the fire the days before the the days before the the big fire in county, the campfire PG had worn customers in a number of counties, including Butte county, the weather coming up is going to be. Bad. The wind is going to be very high. And it's possible. We may have to turn the power down in advance. They did something like this in late October in a number of areas in the actually got a bunch of criticism for it. And they warn people in advance. We may turn the electric city. They decided not to do that. But to answer your question, you know, one of the major factors is not just making sure that they're acquit -ment is safe, but it's also putting in preventative measures, and in some cases, they get criticized if if they do, and if they don't what's really going on right here is we have a major discussion about California's largest utility PG ni is a part of the major fabric of the bay area. And we all rely on them here. So many of us do but at the same time they have been held responsible not just for a series of wildfires. Like you pointed out last year. And there is of investigators are not just on the wildfires this year, but in several different incidents over the last few years PG any has been blamed for a number of. Disasters. You may remember into twenty ten in San Bruno a natural gas transmission line blew up basically destroying a neighborhood last year in may there was a refinery shutdown. It was a power outage. The state regulators ended up blaming genie. So there's a big discussion about what this means for the future of the utility, and whether or not it may file for bankruptcy. Whether or not it's appropriate that the state rely on a four profit company for something as important as electrobi- and safety. I mean, given the results I can't imagine that the the organization doesn't have more oversight. There isn't is there a body or an organization or a person that is supposed to have oversight on this..
"santa rosa" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"Constantly equating as we know and it's going on in popular media in the news mental illness violence all of the time so you start with a basic fear i had a meeting in santa rosa on a new crisis residential program just four years ago and the neighbors in that community which was fairly upscale community in santa rosa came to the neighborhood meeting and the first question i was asked is can you guaranteed a me that if my grandchild who's visiting me walks by this house that he won't be kidnapped or murdered by one of your client this is two thousand twelve in california in santa rosa because they kind of the twelve people in the room or so fearful they just didn't want to take the risk and so i don't think it's ugliness although there are people like that i agree with the the idea that it's fear because it's the unknown for them by leading this program be there or by seeding to its location it's all risk from their point of view and the job of service providers like me and others is to try and narrow the number of people that will not let go of that fear 'cause i don't think i've ever eliminated exactly here's the story in california and i know vincent may have heard me say this in a couple of meeting five been in you know back in nineteen seventy three it was even more astoundingly negative environment just to try and get a program a community these people just expected all of the mentally ill to be in state hospitals and you never had to deal with them but over time california has probably opened several hundred residential treatment programs all over the state almost everyone of them in various counties received opposition from the neighborhood they want.
"santa rosa" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"It just was a better program that way and so you know maybe you know one of the things that the center in this movement the appear movement is in santa rosa i'm the buffer i'm letting them design the program free of also being caught up in this bizarre bullshit visited upon anybody who dares to try and do a program like this in the community because i can buffer that and say open the best program you can we're just gonna make sure that it's funded we're gonna make sure it continues and we won't interfere in it i think is pure services become more and more part of community mental health systems that's the issue they're going to have to confront until you know the political world changes or gets more enlightened awesome thank you for that answer yes thank you so much for agreeing to be on the show thank you for your time thank you for the information we all get into this because we wanted to help people and strangely we thought that the most difficult challenges would come providing the help but oftentimes it's it's the it's the extraneous stuff it's the tangents that seem more difficult than you know helping people with mental illness and addiction it was it was a little bit shocking to us when it happened you know we've been around for over a decade and this really was all new to us and i guess it just meant that we were lucky for the first decade.
"santa rosa" Discussed on 3D Printing Today
"Both at the tubs fire which was one santa rosa was all the parts of santa as had burned a burnedout rather completely fairly quickly and i am a volunteer on the search rescue teams so they called us out to go in and and start searching all in on some of the burned areas so i spent uh oh the better part of a week a crawling round through a through burned out buildings and yeah that was hosting like nothing ever done before i can imagine yeah but one of the things that i that i saw that was actually really interesting on than three d printing relating is that um we had a drone operators out there now these are before anybody tries to go out do this during the natural disaster the last thing you want to do is try and fly a drone in less you are an official person unless you're doing that in an official capacity because flying drones around fires this is a very distracting to all the air attack that's going on with the the you know planes dropping retardant helicopters dropping retard and they tend to ground those firefighting efforts one there is a drone being flown in the area until they can go and find and arrest the drop paid her as of yet back to fighting the fire so definitely this is not something that you wanted to win by yourself but these were guys that had come up from the alameda police department and were lobbed flying drones over all the sites we were searching and they're doing it for a initially to uh just make sure they're safe enter by um flying flare cameras in over them so check for hotspots and then they were shooting pictures of mostly for documentation but i was able to talk to one of the drone operators saw at one point when he was packing up his his equipment ready to move on to another site and at asu barra said are you guys doing any photograph matry on this and he said most.
"santa rosa" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly crews in northern california say calmer wins have helped them halt the spread of wildfires in the state's winecountry they've killed at least forty two people north of san francisco about six thousand homes and businesses have been lost npr's david schaper is in santa rosa cal fire incident commander bright convey us as firefighters have been making significant progress in recent days in containing the wildfires what that means is we have a lot of work to do still we have a lot of hot areas on these fires but we have stopped the ford progress and movement of all these fires we have line around them the greater containment of the fires means tens of thousands of people who evacuated from their homes are now allowed to return though several thousand remain under evacuation orders and many have no homes to return to meanwhile search teams are looking through neighborhoods that burned to the ground for more victims as a few dozen people are still reported to be missing david schaper npr news santa rosa calif authorities are still investigating a motive for yesterday shootings in maryland in delaware believed to have been carried out by one man police say thirty seven year old road deep prince shot five coworkers at a granite company and edgewood maryland before wounding another man hours later in wilmington delaware three of those shot in maryland died investigators described the man shot in delaware as an acquaintance of prince accord in pakistan has indicted the country's former prime minister nawaz sharif on corruption charges sharief's daughter and soninlaw were also indicted they wrapped the hearing in islamabad and pleaded not guilty to the charges sharief is in london his lawyers entered a not guilty plea on sharief's half.
"santa rosa" Discussed on Here & Now
"That's chris rogers city councilman for santa rosa at his home watching warily the flames and the winds chris thank you so much invest of luck to you all right take care unless you've been saying there's little cell phone or internet service across in on the county so people can get news but santa rosa radio station qaisy s t has become something of a lifeline this pop and classic rock station transformed into an essential news source nimegen against devs have k l w visited qaisy e s t and fao this report early monday morning qaisy s t own a coins lot was sure his station was about to burned to the ground he could see flames just a few feet from the building we've been here for almost thirty five years and this is my whole life right here i was fully prepared to walk away and have the building vienna ashes employees were advised to evacuate monday morning but came back to save what they could they fought encroaching flames with their own fire extinguishers until the fire department finally arrived and put the now once the station was saved than the team a case he asked he really got to work of weather is changed from yesterday's red warnings was warnings will be recast starting about mid day on monday kvnt and therefore four affiliate stations cut all their normal programming including their ads they've been airing nothing but live coverage of the northern california wildfires around the clock southerly winds this afternoon other wind of it expected tomorrow and on into thursday it's been really difficult to get reliable updated information here in santa rosa many people don't have internet cell service is down in parts of the area as his tv access so for some cinema county residence radio is all the half.
"santa rosa" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Definitely not sunny out but we can elite heat assigned through spoke uh cover had eight year he orange uh guy which he described the scope of the fire at me is it out of the ordinary for santer as it to see a fairly tests it's out of the ordinary for central absolutely um we uh in the fire service or used to responding to largescale wildfires around uh around californian who regularly through the fire season uh but never do we think that we're going to respond to one in our own back yard it it it it's pretty devastated um looking at block block of homes uh entire neighborhood um a mobile home park hotels restaurants commercial building warehouses and everything in between uh completely destroyed um we recognize the fact that um this has been a pretty hard it to the city santa rosa but were resilient community were resilient county and uh we're gonna get through this the fire department is here just to put the fire out now were in this one for the longhaul um not only uh as mark maybe and affected the our firefighters have been affected yeah um were looking at upward the uh seven or eight firefighters that we know of who hunger were destroyed uh while we were battling aspiring pete about fire including my own uh but right now um the focus is on the community getting the fire out doing our job and uh then wall get through the the.
"santa rosa" Discussed on Environment: NPR
"Support for this into your podcast in the following message comes from allman board of california did you know the allman community as eleven billion dollars to the us economy to grow with you know about almonds visit allman sustainability dot org wildfires are continuing to burn northern california homes businesses and vineyards at least fifteen people are dead the biggest and most deadly fire the tubs fire is in cinema county where it has levelled parts of the city f santa rosa paulo intolerance assistant fire marshall for santa rosa and he joins us now thanks for taking the time my pleasure so this tubs fire it's been burning for days now keys describe what it's like containers right now uh fortunately the temperatures are down uh windsor fairly calm of route extremely smoky it's pretty shocked and uh but given what we experienced a couple of days ago uh we take this anytime uh with transition from very dry stream live windy conditions uh that found the fire and created a a pretty substantial level of destruction on the city centre the uh kind of a com irri smoky condition on route the city can we technically saying that the fires been contained at this point oh no not at all but weather conditions uh who have steadily calmed for what they were uh when the fire started i mean we we went from a fire that was throwing ember at debris uh to the point where visibility was beckford non ju uh you know.
"santa rosa" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Terry in santa rosa beach florida hello terry lee a laporte the tech i knew i'm doing great how are you oh and the larry sweaty part of the panhandle all man so my question is this uh on a bit of a nerd engi so i like the new gaining thing both table gaining computergaming classic angel stuff like that uh what i'm hoping is that i can crying find some kind of a monitor pd whatever 'cause i could could horizontally ill set into a table and then uh use some program to drawn oh i can do different things with differing date so you mean like remember the when 'pacman i came out at came out with a portrait mode screen and you could get in sometimes you go to a barnaby embedded in the table there and you can sit there with a drink and like that well something similar to that yeah we're it's it's lays out um in parallel to the ground yeah and you can i say for example i was playing don't you to dragons i can draw map on it oh wouldn't that be and then and then you use that surface as my map instead of having to draw doubt or if i'm playing cards i could use it to keep tally marks uh you know whatever you can yeah that was actually microsoft released a product like that when the ipad i came out about six seven years ago microsoft said no way we got something very similar called the surface table.