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Santa Rosa police investigating complaints filed by protesters
"New report alleges an extensive number of violent incidents against protesters by law enforcement in Santa Rosa during the recent Black lives matter protests Hey, CBS's Mike Dewald has more. The incident stayed back to a chaotic first weekend of protests with some multiple tense standoffs between protesters and police. Tear gas and rubber bullets and a massive police response downtown. Dimitra Smith, chair of the Cinema County Commission on Human Rights, says her group's inbox was overflowing with reports of what was happening on the ground and in hearing the protester stories. We were just saying that you know they didn't match at all, what was being put out in press releases and press conferences. No, like what followed was an investigation and a thorough 40 page report detail ING stories from protestors. Jail conditions, abuses during arrest and a disproportionate use of force against persons of color. The report also details the county's historical ties with racism and white supremacy, as well as the history of police use of force incidents in the county. When black lives matter happened, there was already a boiling point, you know in the county that's just been there for a long time. The commission is demanding a number of things, including a comprehensive an independent review of the police department. Disciplinary action against the involved officers and the banning of both military style equipment and the tactic known as cabling. Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Sweat Helm tells KCBS The city will be releasing a statement in response to the report today.
Fresh update on "santa rosa" discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
"Tonight we'll see Clear skies with a low 61 to 65 tomorrow and Friday will be hot with plenty of sunshine. Caution is advised. If you're outside for extended periods of time. The high Tomorrow will be 100 to 10 for Friday. We'll see Hae won. Oh to the 106 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana News. 93.1. Kfbk 99 Roseville Citrus Sites 99 95 Gold and 98 news 93.1 Kfbk. California Governor Gavin Newsom says he's focused on the covert 19 pandemic and not at all on potentially appointing a replacement for Senator Kamala Harris. Should she be elected vice president? Absolutely focused on bending this curve. Mitigating the spread of this disease, getting our economy moving again getting people back to work getting our kids. Pudding. There, I say, selfishly, my kids back to school. Harris's term expires after the 2022 election, and Newsome ads that he wouldn't have to name a replacement until January of 2021. In the global race to test a covert 19 vaccine. Kaiser Permanente is joining the ranks. Kate McKay's Marshall Benson reports. The faith, three double blind trial administer either a vaccine or a placebo and 30,000 people around the world No one except the sponsor of the test. We'll know who gets the real or fake vaccine. Kaiser locations in Santa Clara County, Sacramento, and parts of organ will soon enroll 1400 people to test what could be the first Corona virus vaccine. Drug company. Pfizer is sponsoring the trials and the vaccine tests, whether messenger or in a can get immune systems to create cellular, an antibody defenses against the virus. Escapee Kay's Marshall Benson reporting the city of Santa Rosa this afternoon is joining Sonoma County and threatening health code violations with fines. KFBK is Brody Fernandez has more City Council yesterday unanimously approved in emergency ordinance establishing civil fines for $100 for individuals who refused to wear a facial covering or follow other rules during the pandemic. Businesses could be fined $1000 for the first offense. 5000 for a second. And over $10,000 for 1/3 violation. However, warnings are required first. The city's ordinance also exempts landlord so they won't be liable if a tenant throws. A big party with civil fine is considered a softer alternative to a state law, which authorizes misdemeanor criminal charges and fines up to $500 for individuals. Meantime, Sacramento County officials still say education and awareness is their focus. Rudy Fernandez News, 93.1 KFBK. The California lawmaker wants to require high school students to pass an ethnic studies course before graduating. Assemblyman Jose Medina says students need to learn about the diverse populations that live in the state. It's clear that this is ah, legislation that is needed. Assembly bill 331 would require a full one year course and ethnic studies. Similar proposals have been criticized for not being inclusive or sensitive to the struggles of specific ethnicities. The bill will need to pass through the Senate Appropriations Committee before heading to.
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
Fresh update on "santa rosa" discussed on The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
"California Governor Gavin Newsom says he's focused on the cove it 19 pandemic and not at all on potentially appointing a replacement for Senator Kamala Harris. Should she be elected vice president? Absolutely focused on bending this curve. Mitigating the spread of this disease, getting our economy moving again getting people back to work getting our kids. Pudding. There, I say, selfishly, my kids back to school. Harrison's term expires after the 2022 election, and Newsome ads that he wouldn't have to name a replacement until January of 2021. We're in a global race to test a cove in 19 vaccine. Kaiser permanent is joining the ranks. Keep the case. Marshall Benson reports. The faith. Three double blind trial administer either a vaccine or a placebo and 30,000 people around the world No one except the sponsor of the test. We'll know who gets the real or fake vaccine. Kaiser locations in Santa Clara County, Sacramento, and parts of organ will soon enroll 1400 people to test what could be the first Corona virus vaccine. Drug company. Pfizer is sponsoring the trials and the vaccine tests whether messenger or can get immune systems to create cellular an antibody defenses against the virus. The city of Santa Rosa this afternoon, has joined the county in threatening health code violators with fines. Kfbk is Brody Fernandez has more City Council yesterday unanimously approved in emergency ordinance establishing civil fines for $100 for individuals who refused to wear a facial covering or follow other rules during the pandemic. Businesses could be fined $1000 for the first offense. 5000 for a second. And over $10,000 for 1/3 violation. However, warnings are required first. The city's ordinance also exempts landlord so they won't be liable if a tenant throws. A big party with civil fine is considered a softer alternative to a state law, which authorizes misdemeanor criminal charges and fines up to $500 for individuals. Meantime, Sacramento County officials still say education and awareness is their focus. Rudy Fernandez News, 93.1 KFBK, A California lawmaker wants to require high school students to pass an ethnic studies course before graduating. Assembly member Jose Medina says students need to learn about the diverse populations that live in the state. It's clear that this is ah, legislation that is needed. No assembly bill 3 31 would require a full one year course in ethnic studies. Other proposals have been criticized for not being inclusive or sensitive to the struggle of certain ethnicities. This bill would need to pasture the Senate Appropriations Committee before heading to Governor Gavin Newsom's desk for his signature or veto. Well knew this afternoon, old folks, um, awful..
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.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A large Santa Rosa homeless camp earlier this year the city is now creating a temporary one that will ensure residents are socially distanced as KCBS is making gold three reports that will house as many as one hundred and forty people it's going to go in here in the parking lot of the Finley community center which is closed during the pandemic there's only a red cross trailer here right now but tents will be going up next week summer camp and specially those that have developed under our freeways some of our other locations are are fairly dense folks are right next to each other they're not maintaining sixty ideally it should be twelve three Dave Klein is the director of housing and community services for the city of Santa Rosa he says they've already had officials go through the camps and invite those who are most medically vulnerable to stay in a local hotel or in some of the dorms at cinema state we are not honorable and not at risk we would invite them to the gently center save social distancing area and then encourage those remaining in the camp to spread out at least twelve feet to meet the guidelines of the centers of disease control they are thinking long term to like twenty four months long term one says the next goal is to establish new shelters perhaps in unused commercial spaces in Santa Rosa where they can house more people while keeping social distance in Santa Rosa making gold speak KCBS our wineries in the East Bay is trying to find a new way to teach its customers during the corona virus pandemic KCBS this Kerry who dissect tells us how donkey and goat winery in Berkeley is gearing up for its annual summer release party this weekend this year at Dunkin donuts wine will be released in a different way instead of welcoming a crowd of three hundred people this weekend they're offering drive thru service with no person to person contact my staff will be all over the place with that mask and gloves and walkie talkie radios direct folks to basically drive in last night's close circle for a parking lot and we will but why and food and their trunk co owner Tracy brand says they're in survival mode trying to adapt in the cove it nineteen era hosting virtual tastings to make up for the steep drop in sales the lack of human connection makes it very difficult they're planning for an eventual re opening with significant changes fewer tables and lots of standing six feet apart we can certainly create distance between table we can certainly change the way we operate not have impromptu or drop in days in between the but will this drive to release party be an early indication of what winery events will look like in the future she certainly hopes not carried a sack KCBS KCBS news time one fourteen will check in with Kevin the rat at the sports desk in sixty seconds the Belgium in a dusty parallel worlds walked in the farmer cleans his boots on the mat looked around and obviously felt out of place but my father Tony greeted him like V. I. P. as soon as the bar mention his name Tony know exactly who it was it just for me to join it was a teachable moment the man's wife had been in the store two years early but Tony remembered exactly what she admired the month but how Tony was far more interested in people than an joke was that what he was trying to teach you during that teachable moment yes thank you well dad you'll be proud to know that I've always known the doing business isn't about joy Adam but about people did Tony teacher no dad you did your sweet to say well I wouldn't say it if it wasn't true sure going to be a wonderful job sure leave and company luxury timepieces find designers and flawless diamonds coming up on KCBS.
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
United States Coronavirus Death Toll Now 17
"The death toll in the U. S. from the new coronavirus has risen to seventeen NPR's Jim Newman reports to Florida residents who tested positive have died the Florida department of health says both individuals were in their seventies and died following international trips although Florida officials have not said where they had traveled or if they had traveled together one patient was isolated in Lee County and the other in Santa Rosa county these are the first deaths attributed to the virus on the east coast the other deaths took place in California and Washington state Florida authorities say at least seven people in the state have tested positive for the virus including two new cases confirmed yesterday in Broward county those two patients are now in
Miami: 2 deaths related to coronavirus confirmed in Florida
"Health officials in the state report there are now two deaths in Florida from corona viruses including a Santa Rosa man governor dissenters had just announced Thursday the other coded nineteen related deaths was a patient in Lee County that case had not yet been announced the department of health also reports to elderly patients have been confirmed in Broward county a sixty five year old male and a seventy five year old
"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.
People are freaking out over Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip
"Had its big unpacked event On Tuesday they announced four new phones. Three new as twenties. That's the designation for the Samsung Galaxy. S phones for this year. The S Twenty s twenty plus twenty ultra. Like one hundred twenty megahertz refresh or hurts man. One Hundred Twenty Hertz Refresh Eighteen cameras or something a giant camera bump. I mean it's just crazy but all of this looked like kind of well. That's what I'd expect. The Next Generation Galaxy S. then they announced the Z. Flip or as the rest of the world calls it the Zad flip that to me is the most interesting phone of the year. It really is so let me see it. You got it you best buy did you get you get it. Friday or yes. I was one of those a Thursday night at midnight. Yes I ordered it within like five minutes to like. Yeah they're like you'll get up one day and an extra load up Saturday so I had a good experience very housed them but I was GONNA go pick it up at My problem maybe as I said I'll get it at the Santa Rosa store and you live in New York I think Massachusetts Massachusetts okay I think what they said was San Francisco La New York New York the big city Atlanta a few have like five. Yes they sold out everywhere but that's because they sold one hundred twenty two despite. I told you I'd go into San Francisco. Let me let me. I'm going to go look at my order. A made a bookmark. This is how much I care. I made a bookmark on my my web browser to check my best. Buy Order So what do you think? Yeah so IT'S A. It is the most intriguing piece of technology. You have US tussle It is it's really got me to rethink technology in terms of phones and it's not all perfect right like if you opening and closing it is definitely an extra step and if you're always putting your phone on your pocket there's that trade off and that's real. It does a little bit more delicate or at least treating more delicate than I probably. Would you know somebody yes? Twenty ultra That said the way I have it now with it sort of you know propped open like just as little the Little Barbie Laptop. Yeah desk like this. And and it has the always on display so it just shows my count Ernie notifications and now I'm using it also Microsoft's Your phone because it's built into Samsung's phone so with windows ten just launch to your phone APP. I can now mirrored the phone. I guess you just run the APPS directly get notifications. I can make phone calls and text messages all well to open on my computer. And that's like and it uses WIFI direct basically and it's actually very fast connection so it's really just sort of made me rethink about what a A smartphone can be. I don't think for everybody. It's still too early. You know this question like is it worth it. Come on fourteen hundred dollars. Most people it's not going to be worth it but I it really is transformative. I hate to be cliche. But it really does make you rethink You know what phones devices can
Only In Florida: ‘Bag Full Of Drugs’ Actually Contained Illegal Drugs, Say Troopers
"Let's get a lot of talk today to Florida behind bars after troopers say they found them with a not so scant conspicuous bag filled with illegal drugs here's a tip if you're going to transport drugs don't do it in a bad that literally has bag full of drugs written on it but that's what happened in Santa Rosa county up in Florida's panhandle the Florida highway patrol posted the picture and story on their Facebook writing Santa Rosa canine deputies recently assisted FHP on a traffic stop on I ten or a large amount of narcotics were discovered they then went on to describe what the bag was labeled and added our canines can
Singer David Olney Dies During Performance at Florida’s 30A Festival
"I'm not familiar with singer songwriter David only America kana full key but he died seven at the age of seventy one Saturday night after suffering a heart attack while on stage performing at a music festival in Florida only was in his third performance the at the thirty a song writers festival in Santa Rosa Florida and he said I'm sorry then he went silent lowered his head to his chest so you know down like like sessions two chan resting on his on his her chest doctors in the audience and thirty A. folks were all working so hard to get him to come to and I said musician and fellow performer Amy Rigby who was seated near only at the time up but he he has had a heart attack why
Singer-songwriter David Olney dies on stage at age 71
"Was the song writer David only dies onstage during a performance at Florida festival from what I understand is part of this thirty a for a festival show I think the idea of thirty eight I don't know that road but the you can travel up and down thirty A. there's all these different destinations different radio stations different groups clubs or whatever would bring in singer song writers to perform their songs in David only was one of them age seventy one it was in Santa Rosa beach Florida Saturday night some news reports say he collapsed onstage but the eye witnesses there say wasn't much of a collapse want you to imagine this and I've seen a lot of singer song writers on a stool and a microphone hooking up their acoustic guitar give a few words and then play a song there's normally not a lot of people in attendance now I don't know how much publicity this event would get it doesn't exactly say how many people were in attendance for all I know is when you get to some of the smaller towns in you know Santa Rosa beach Florida is not a Miami or Orlando or Tampa Bay or one of the other big ones that are inside of Florida but you know if if IT gas if there was fifty people there that would be a good turn out so he was performing in some news reports say he claps but again and this is what they say happened only was in the middle of his third song when he stopped apologized shut his eyes he was very still sitting upright with this guitar wearing a hat beautiful rust suede jacket they laughed at him earlier about it because it was raining outside where they were plain and you know swayed in rain they want a picture that the city was graceful dignified because at first it looked like he was just taking a moment next scene other yelling is there a doctor in the house one was in attendance ran up there they did everything they could to try to revive them could you imagine something like that just plain a song posting saying you know I'm sorry taking a break this channel down to his chest you never dropped his guitar never fell off the stool if you're a guitar player if your guitar man I think a lot of people wonder how they're going to go in life what's going to be their moment is it going to be peaceful as a going to be in your sleep is gonna be out somewhere you know in Saint Louis you may even have other wonders you now is it gonna be because a crime or whatever but sitting on a stool doing what you love that you made a career out of than some people know who he was apparently was pretty well known one person said in this article is from NBC news was quoting some of the witnesses there the late Townes Van Zandt famously said of only says anytime anyone asks who my favorite music writers are I say Mozart lightning Hopkins Bob Dylan in Dave only Dave only is one of the best song writers are song writers I've ever heard in that's true I mean it from the heart there's a radio station that brought him in in they had him perform a couple of songs in front of a group and I don't think there are too many people there but they were recording this and this is one of his stops in this had to abandon right before his final stop I mean the way that the line this up I don't think it was too far in between the two get a big bushy beard on look much much different than some of his photographs that are out there much different in one of the songs he played in this was the last song he played for that station right before like that they have like the branding so it's probably just sponsored by them but whatever then you he was at at this point that brought a man I gotta say I wanted to get an idea of what he sounded like because it made it sound as if he was a pretty big deal in a lot of people revered him in one of the chilling things is the song they decided to playing this is one of his very last songs asked to talk about his own mortality
Diet Dr Pepper does not promise weight loss or deceive consumers: U.S. appeals court
"A federal appeals court in San Francisco has refused to reinstate a lawsuit by Santa Rosa woman who said that the makers of Dr pepper diet doctor pepper committed fraud and deceptive advertising by implying that it would help with weight loss of panel of the ninth US circuit court of appeals said Monday that the dictionary definition of cold diet when used for a product simply means that it has fewer calories than the regular version and most consumers understand that the court's ruling said the no reasonable consumer would assume that Dr peppers use of the word diet promises weight loss or
Surfer who survived shark attack expresses deep thanks to Coast Guard
"A surfer surfer who who survived survived a a shark shark attack attack off off the the coast coast of of Santa Santa Barbara Barbara county county is is expressing expressing his his deep deep thanks thanks to to the the Coast Coast Guard Guard for for getting getting to to the the scene scene quickly quickly and and they're they're lifting lifting him him to to a a hospital hospital he is now expected to make a full recovery without them I wouldn't be here I just want to thank those guys from the bottom my heart and Adam tunes tells ABC news the fifteen foot shark grabbed his right leg just as he was getting ready to wrap up a day of surfing near Santa Rosa island over the weekend and a friend who saw the attack and help pull Coons aboard a nearby boat described how he started emergency treatment while waiting for the Coast Guard to arrive I just said you know we're gonna late lay you down right now and I'm gonna tie you off on your upper right lady to stop the bleeding now Coons and his friend both think the shark was a great white but nobody has really been made sure about that at this point
Cities are banning natural gas in new homes, citing climate change
"A growing number of US cities are taking a stand against gas stoves long billed as a more convenient way to cook because of their contribution to climate change since June a dozen cities have banned natural gas equipment in new buildings Berkeley California was the first follow industry by San Jose Mountain View Santa Rosa and Brisbane a half dozen other cities have also passed laws to strongly encourage all electric construction without burning fossil fuels out right here on the east coast Brookline Massachusetts and November became the first city in the state of brand new gas hookups a home with a gas stove likely uses gas for other purposes and it's those other appliances the furnace and the washer and dryer there are most responsible for climate warming pollution however in recent years Americans have use gas more than any other fuel except oil a major reason carbon emissions have capped
California wildfires finally contained, but forecasters say break may be brief
"Fires also been burning on vast scale across California most of those fires fires are contained but American forecasters say the reprieve could be brief with more. Potentially deadly fires expected in the coming weeks in California as in Australia. Firefighters say the pattern of bushfire behavior is changing his Daniel in southern California in California's wine country. North of San Francisco. It's all too familiar firefighting aircraft bombing blazes with water. A filled with smoke and homes and businesses turned to rubble so this was the tasting room bar all along here and it was long one big. The areas now being devastated by fire at three years in a row this time. Mass evacuations prevented loss of live. But when winemaker Ken Wilson returned. He's winery was gone. Only the bond left. I thought we were pretty much safe from. I mean look at the vines between here in the mountain. You know I would would have had a lot of vines to burn through if it's a groundfire but since it's a wind fire that's different facing good. Yeah next day I said let's open up the bar you know that's just keep going. Let's move forward. Let's not like me mope around so so I stopped moping around tried hard not mope around robe there are remarkable similarities in the firestorms that are now routinely extending fire seasons in both him his views as an Australian reporter the same resonates as as boone in Australia in spring. US authorities say Californian fires L. frequently burning willing to autumn and and even Winter Fire Brigade Captain Scott Rules the life and property losses definitely increased tremendously and the size of the fires that were fighting. Dim Bayer Bayer for sure. There are several similarities that go beyond the changing seasons political debate over climate change remains hated having being pulled the US out of the Paris climate agreement and rolled back a raft of environmental regulations. Donald Trump has claimed that California's Democrat government has filed to effectively manage forests due to lobbying by conservationists threatening to withdraw emergency assistance after fires as Zien Australia at times aging electricity infrastructure. Maintenance has also being blamed for several large blazes including the deadly Campfire last via this time the power company Paging de took the unprecedented step of cutting power to millions to try to prevent Powell line sparking blazes his body. It's being blamed for several of the season's FIS anyway. I don't know the data's there for me personally On climate change. But I I do know that there's more people than there's ever been in this state And they're encroaching in the wildland and moving out and expanding out into the into the forest and also With that we need to improve our infrastructure to support that and Through many years I'm not GONNA say that. The infrastructure bid neglected but it just hasn't been maintained up to Up to a point that can support the amount of population. That's using the power lines down. Starting these fires that needs to be addressed Australian winemaker mic Schroeder has been in California since the early nineties counties observing the changing seasons and the more frequent emergencies. Here it's been little nightmarish And feroce little deja Vu. We were evacuated. Quieted two years ago. with what was called the pocket thought this has been the kinkaid foucault. We live a little bit north of here Outside of Small Town called Gaza Ellen. We were woken up by a neighbor at eleven o'clock last week Wednesday and walked outside and a we saw was massive blow and plume of smoke in the hill behind us through Through stuff car is quick as quickly as we could I'm trying to think through. What are you doing those those emergencies? Until two years ago I've never ever had to evacuate From a home so two years ago it kind of really sunk in and then you stop to think about and hear about the The the the crazy bushfires that that we have across Australia run your Sydney number of years ago and the the devastation that causes and And the same something here. Two years ago Just South of here Santa Rosa Suburbia Five and a half thousand homes enjoy just burnt and I think twenty five people lost. He lives in a just literally a fire storm creating creating its own tornado like environment and And you hear about that in some of the The FIS That have been been an industry as well. As overlapping across the southern and
California Relies on Planes, Lessons From Past to Prevent Deadly Blazes
"With us California has battled some of its biggest wild fires this year with a new weapon a plane for example outfitted with infrared sensors that can see through smoke to plop the Blazers perimeters and transmit the coordinates to firefighters in real time the plane has mapped many of the major fires that exploded in the past few weeks including five in the greater Los Angeles area and the king came fire in cinema county north of San Francisco more on wild this wildfire season has not been as deadly as ones in the past from Erin L. worth disaster reporter at the Wall Street journal Erin what we know so far there have been more than five thousand players this season but that tracked by cal fire but none of them have have gotten to the point that they are as destructive or as deadly as something like a camp fire that destroyed last year that killed eighty five people they're not as destructive say as the twenty seventeen fire storm in California's wine country is that you know destroyed Q. Q. neighborhood in Santa Rosa killed more than two dozen people were just not we're seeing we're seeing fires but they are not doing the same scale of damage that's not to say that they're not doing some damage the people have people have lost homes showed that heart wrenching thing to go through it but again just not on that huge scale towards and it's not because these fires are hitting the same areas and there's nothing left to burn that's not the case right no in fact in terms of the can keep fire one of the things that I was told was that in some ways the fire was filling in areas that had burned repeatedly so some of them are starting in the same general area but it's not like they're on top of the the the buyer or the campfire burned or anything like that so what are some folks point to here in terms of lessons from the past well good to start with the experience a lot of people say you know California firefighters they are constantly dealing with these wildfires they are just crawling on drawing on previous experience cute to go after these things and you can look at at a fire fighting it can be like the one in Contra Costa or the one in Vallejo where they've they've learned that you know in red flag whether the need to pre position so a red flag warning will come up and a red flag is what you have you know high winds and low humidity and essentially big fuel load up lots of things that might be able to burn a fire to be likely so don't don't yeah extra engine to add an extra ladder trucks add prepare those resources and then make sure that they have the firefighters available to you take take those recorded out when needed and so the other day one Contra Costa was under a red flag to be fought like eat fire in in a fifteen hour period and they drew heavily on those pre positioned resources while speaking with Erin L. worse disaster reporter at the Wall Street journal teacher in a piece entitled California relies on planes and lessons from the past to prevent deadly blaze as well so they point to here what do we actually kind of cool stuff happening you have been I'll call it a consortium of firefighting agencies and mark Porsche other California counties who have started to rely on the line I'm pretty advanced technology bear in the supercomputer that in house at UC San Diego and the super computer it's called wife higher it it basically is a modeling program and it will take real time weather data known fire corridors and then a bunch of other information and add two one eight by your store like say the Getty fire in LA firefighters will pop what they know about that fire into into the modeling program and why fire will essentially it out predictions about what the fire might do you thanks Erin Erin feel worse disaster reporter at the Wall
Firefighters scramble to contain California fires as they continue to burn across the state
"Point is in Los Angeles on battling the New World five that erupted early on Wednesday here so for long fire chief say they have pre positioned more than a hundred engines across southern California to provide immediate response to fight as as they ignite more blazes are expected to break out in the days ahead due to the hot dry conditions and gusty winds that are reaching harken force firefighters are continuing their battle against major blazes in several areas in northern California the largest active fire in the state which is consumed more than a hundred and twenty square miles in the wine country around Santa Rosa is authorities say now more than thirty percent contained
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"By Shane company. A Santa Rosa woman was arrested after allegedly attempting to sell narcotics in a shopping center in Petaluma before leading police officers on a high speed chase that ended northbound one zero one in Santa Rosa police say the suspect identified as thirty year old Gadhafi Sudani was near a grocery store on south McDowell boulevard. Trying to sell drugs as officers attempted to contact Sadhana police say she fled in a Jeep on the freeway we weaving in and out of traffic speeding about eighty miles per hour. Police were eventually able to take her into custody. She was taken to the cinema county jail and booked on suspicion of reckless evasion. Vehicle theft possession of a stolen vehicle resisting arrest and having outstanding warrants well tomorrow as data privacy day. It's an annual initiative aimed at highlighting. The importance of online privacy and data protection. KCBS has Jeff bell reports on one way, you can take part more than ever businesses are collecting and using personal data. And because of that says national cyber security alliance executive director Kelvin Coleman consumers are demanding more protection of their private information to help drive home. That message Coleman's nonprofit public. Private partnership is hosting a data privacy day livestream, featuring leading privacy experts. Tackling a variety of timely issues, for example, California Privacy Act that was recently passed and how that will impact businesses and consumers answers, call mcquilkin at the general data protection. Regulation coming out of Europe. The data privacy landscape is ever changing says Coleman, and because of that we're going to talk about the advances in technology and how that plays into the privacy conversation. Intrigued wanna take it all in we'll doing. So as easy says Coleman. If you go to stay safe, online dot org will have all the information there to plug into the livestream scheduled to begin at two pm on Monday. Jeff bell case CBS..
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"In Santa Rosa. And welcome back to travel Tuesdays here on k s r l I m Michelle Marquis, an in-studio with me, we have at least Corey the owner of travel wise, and her guest is Jay from collapse. And of course, Colette is organizing are wonderful shades of Ireland trip, and we really want you to book. So let's talk about the tour itself. And what comes with it? What is included when we talk about inclusive travel. So what comes with your? Well, this is what's so nice. You know, there's so many different travel opportunities out there. And and I think what frustrates people is you see a really nice trip in you say I want to go on that. But then you find out the airfares, not included your port fees aren't included. And all you got to buy an upgraded dinner. We really try to be as inclusive as possible. So I encourage folks to get an itinerary and read it, it's it's nice in that you're not gonna get nickeled. And dimed. I'm noticing more and more people doing. Trips without air and ours includes the air so people like that just one call, and you're all set we're actually gonna bus you from Santa Rosa down to the airport. So you're tore starts right here. And I know instead of parking down at San Francisco airport, which is a nightmare different shuttles. We're gonna bring you right from Santa Rosa to the airport. And then when you come back, we'll pick you up, and we're going to bring you back to Santa Rosa. So once again, the heirs included the taxes included, the right to the airports included every day breakfast is included. And it is a real breakfast. I know in Europe, some people think well is that the hard roll and cheese. No, we're talking eggs and bacon. And of course, you're in Ireland. There's blood sausage if anybody's feeling bold in the morning, I walk past that myself. So the hardest part is really packing for your trip. The only thing that we don't do. Don't get my reminder to start packing. Our hotels are always four-star and up. So, you know, we're not Ritz Ritz-Carlton or anything, but but good quality hotels. Good locations. And what's nice to the sites are included? Because I think we all know when you go on a cruise sometimes besides a buffet and a bad, you know, you you don't always see sites without buying X short skirt. Exactly what I love about this issue on ninety five percent of anything you'd wanna see his already in the mix. So you never film nickeled and times. That's great. Are there options on a tourist? They were in Dublin. And I want to do something different than what the group is doing. Yeah. And I'm really glad you mentioned that. So when it comes to organized optional tours I know some companies go a little crazy until week trip, and you get a hundred side trips, and you realize, oh, I'm going to spend another thousand dollars. We've really as a company being forced are really keep ours to a minimum. And it's a nice mix because I will say there are people like me. I love my free time give me a city tour of like Dublin, but then set me free because I want to go out and do some shopping maybe go back to a museum. I saw of course, go to a pub. There's what seven hundred twenty or so in Dublin. So I have a lot to say. But there are some folks who aren't comfortable, and they say cheese. I don't wanna roam the city by myself. You know, they're not sure quite what to do. So we'll have an option that afternoon. I think there's a total of three on the entire tour though. So that's not many out of ten days. One of them. I really love that's to go to a medieval castle banquet that'll be one of our evenings. And Limerick, and it's a beautiful Bank with the singers are amazing. The food's great. They do give yourself aware. So when we say medieval, it's not eating with our fingers, but it's a fabulous site. So that one's a lot of fun in Dublin, usually it's a dinner out in Donnybrook at a farm-to-fork restaurant, and they take you to the Guinness storehouse, which is neat. You learn how to pour the perfect Guinness learn history, and of course, great place to pick pick up Guinness memorabilia, t shirts, magnets, so many kinds of Guinness that you get there. Then you do here. I mean here, you wonder a Guinness. It's one type, but they have different dark the black that the goal this like five or six on draft. That's awesome. That you can have. My sister went to Ireland about two years ago, or so and she brought me back some Guinness socks, which I love. Top their plans down. It's fantastic. How they got the name for the pub crawl with seven hundred twenty bucks can hit him while you're crawling. Yeah. One of the areas I like to go to the temple bar area. It's a section of Dublin that's real heavy on pubs. But it's also where you two got it start. And so kind of neat just to crawl pumped up all them, not usually crawling. But still it's fun. But yeah, the tours right inclusive we're gonna have a little cruise Killarney national park. We're going to do the ring of Kerry, that's all included. We're going to visit a farm and get to see how the sheepdogs round up, the sheep. And of course, the blinding castle. What a great sites at cliffs of more one of my favorites up and coast, just south of Galway is just breathtaking seven hundred foot drop right into the Atlantic Ocean. Yeah. And then in Galway itself, we'll have some time to browse. That's a beautiful city. If anybody's a shopper. I it's I know sometimes rare for a guy, but I love shopping. I the Irish sweaters Aaron island, sweaters, just beautiful. But if you like rings, it all you might be familiar with the clattering. Yeah. The Klatten ring is that famous Irish ring with the hands and the heart and the crown clatter was a little fishing village in Galway. And so you can go down to that actual village and see where these rings got their starts so much history over there. You know, I know, and that's one of the main things I love about European tours. Is that oh my gosh. What kind of history are going to be able to see that? We just don't have here. You can go to the east coast and get some some sort of sense of established places that have been around for a couple of hundred years. But when you go to Europe, it's housands of years it's since. Yeah. And it's you know, I've always been surprised with Ireland because they're so happy and friendly. But when you look at their history, so tragic I mean, you know, they had horrible invaders or the years, Cromwell's invasion. Elizabeth I and I mean, just some horrible time, and then the potato famine which was just horrific and yet they're such happy people. It's got to be something to do. With that Guinness. Yeah. The whisking hills. Everything is what I was taught when I was in Ireland headache, you put it on your temple. You have a back ache. You put some whiskey on your back hurts you put whiskey on on your to. They don't have any kind of medicine other than whiskey, so they love the whiskey. In fact, we are going to go to a distillery and Intel more, right? Yeah. Tasting and learn how it's made so cool. You know, one of the nice things about the stores that the tour guides and each one is different offers, you something that's not written in your itinerary, and they do something that's special and everyone's different. So you never know. And it depends on I guess the energy of the group of what they keep talking about. And they say, I know what I'm gonna do for this group. So you get a lot of things that are not in black and white. I love that. That's so great. And let's talk about travel insurance because I know that you're a big proponent of this Elise. You always get it. What about insurance with Colette for this particular trip? I'm really glad you ask. Because it's actually the one thing are best known for about fifty years ago. We came up with a policy that people really couldn't believe, and I really thought more companies would copy it, but they they haven't. And I guess I'm glad for that. But we're family owned by a very large family, which is part of the reason I've stayed as long as I have I I love I talked to the CEO last week. And if I were with. Other companies I probably would never meet the CEO, but I love their their policy. So we have insurance, and we have it available on the Ireland trip, and it's it's really are reasonable compared to what you see out there because many plans are five six seven hundred dollars many plans. Sadly, they ask you how old you are. And then they give you a price, which is horrible where flat price. So if somebody's seventy five years old with heart disease and diabetes. They pay the same price as a twenty year old marathon runner, and what I love is it's three hundred and fifteen dollars. But what's great is? We let you cancel anytime any reason. So literally, you could go to the hairdresser and have a horrible hairdo and Sam not leaving the house. I'm not going to Ireland with this hair. And what's so great? Is you you call Elise. And within about five days, all the monies back on your credit card. Obviously, not the insurance everything that three fifteen and that's our policy company-wide. So I mean, you could buck eight thousand dollar African safari and call Elise the day before and get every penny back but three hundred and eighty five dollars on on Africa. No questions asked. So people really appreciate the fact number one that it's any time any reason our policy is if you don't wanna go we don't want you there. Which team total common sense. Our apple rooms the Bank. Infects the rest of in so many companies put you through hurdles you of get x-rays, doctor's notes bag and death certificates. I mean your morning a death in the family, and you have to take a death certificate to your fax machine. Just doesn't seem right. You know, and this insurance coverage your medically to people are surprised by that. So it it doesn't happen often. But things happen. I have a lot of tour guides stories from my day. But what's nice is? Let's say on day three you injure yourself. And twist an ankle or what have you don't want on hobble around Ireland the rest of the trip? So in many cases, we'll get you to a doctor. That's all covered. You might say. I'm gonna go home. I can barely walk. Well, that makes sense. Let's get you home. So we get you on the next flight out, and that's all covered. And what's really great is? Once you get home. You just file a claim and you'll get reimbursed every hotel buried in sleep in every meal you missed and what I find a lot of times. It's not you being injured. It's something else. I know I did our South Africa trip if your skull and it was a young couple. But she got the message. You know, dad is failing you need to get home. Immediately say your goodbyes, and we were only on the ground forty-eight hours. I thought this poor dear has to go fly all the way home. But what was great is. She had the insurance that got her home. She did get to say goodbye to dad because she texted the tour guide when she at home. But what was really nice if she got refunded the twelve days of the trip she missed so. Yeah. Yeah. So it's fabulous insurance. Wonderful piece of. Mine and various portable and that is something that you can sign up with you. When you book your torn,.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KSRO
"Santa Rosa. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Hurricane Michael continues on a course that has it making landfall Wednesday on Florida's panhandle could be a major category. Three hurricane by. Then there are long lines for gas until the hussy and sandbagging is in full force to the south incurable. We met Kohl LUSA stocking up. We weren't nervous last night when we went to bed, and then we woke up this morning. And all of a sudden it was well it was the first category two. And now it's looking like it's gonna be worse than that. So we're a little nervous. Some cruise ships altering their routes to avoid the store also offshore oil and natural gas platforms are shutting down and evacuating workers ABC's Victor oquendo after his ceremonial swearing-in by President Trump new supreme court Justice, Brent Kavanagh declared he had no bitterness. Senate confirmation process was contentious and emotional. That processes over my focus now is to be the best Justice. I can be the president ended two weeks of speculation about the future of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, the White House would not say specifically if President Trump and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein talked about Rosenstein job status when they met for about forty five minutes aboard Air Force One on the flight to Florida Monday. White House officials said they discussed law enforcement issues border security, how to address violent crime in Chicago and general Justice department business earlier Monday, the president was asked if he had any plans to fire Rosenstein, and he said, quote, no, I don't Karen Travers. ABC news the White House. Investigators say the driver in Saturday's limousine crashing scarring. New York was not licensed to be driving that kind of vehicle which should not have been on the.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KSRO
"Santa rosa. From ABC news. I'm Daria Albinger supreme court. Justice. Brad Kavanagh has been sworn in again at the White House. But not before President Trump condemned his confirmation as a campaign of personal destruction. President Trump began the primetime ceremonial swearing in with an apology on behalf of our nation. I want to apologize to bread and the entire cavenaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering. You have been forced to endure Kevin off based an inquiry into allegations of sexual misconduct before being confirmed. He says he assumes this role with gratitude and no bitterness Meghan Hughes. ABC news, Washington, beware of Michael. That's the warning from Florida. Governor Rick Scott who wants residents to take the incoming hurricane. Seriously. Do everything we can to hit the roads do everything we can to make sure there's fuel availability availability that do not wait. If if you're you're supposed to evacuate evacuate now. Parts of Panama City beach are under mandatory evacuation orders. Michael is a category. One hurricane with eighty five mile per hour winds. But by the time it hits the Florida, panhandle. It could be a can't three thousands are holding a candlelight vigil for the twenty people killed in a limousine crash in upstate New York. It is so quiet walking amongst the crowd as the speakers deliver remarks. We know that there was a Reverend who delivered a commencement. You could hear a pin drop ABC's. Mark Remillard in Amsterdam New York. Investigators don't yet know what caused the crash, but the governor says the driver wasn't properly licensed and the vehicle recently failed an inspection. Several construction workers in Texas were trapped in a building collapsed. Three story town home under construction came crashing down late Monday afternoon in west Dallas, the building part of what's called SoHo square. Rescuers got the call of a building collapse on they say one person was killed and five more injured ABC's Alec stone. You're listening to ABC news. All.
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"To have you You're with us this Friday morning. I'm Pat Kerrigan and I'm Tom, Benner, our producer Daniel juicy Senator Stacey James so Santa, Rosa's appearance on Nightline on ABC was. Moved last night because of the passing, of Aretha Franklin quite understandable and so that particular episode is scheduled to run sometime next week and, we'll keep you posted on that but it's a great story that that. That that Nightline did on Santa Rosa firefighters. And Santa Rosa police department and some of the stories they told about the heroes that they encountered they weren't. Even so much talking. About themselves talking about the people along the way who the night of, the fires really you know, x., exhibited extraordinary courage, and. Bravery to help their neighbors and friends and helped to police to. Not at the ABC people visit with us well On camera yeah they did they did good but it's the focus is on what was, happening outside, of the studio which is as it should be well yeah but I mean you played a huge role which is pointed out in the. Film Thank you very kindly at any rate we'll let you, know when this is rescheduled for. Next, week, or maybe Tom, we'll let let you know because I'll be on vacation next week Another you know another extraordinary series of stories about heroes and we know you've got. Stories to all you have to do is go to k. SRO dot com click on heroes of October and, tell us about one or more of the heroes you encountered that night we will acknowledge, as many of. Those heroes, as we, can Sunday September thirtieth in the square in Santa Rosa and I'm looking forward to reading more of those nominations, when I get back from vacation that's for sure it's eight thirty five it ks SRO and the top story that we continue to. Talk. About this morning happened in Healdsburg yesterday afternoon everybody's back home and we've, got the latest facts and figures on the grass fire and the scary moments that we're involved there too Yep and a. Hearing today for the. Two men involved, in the ghost ship fire and Oakland after a plea deal was rejected by, the judge and it's a drug bust that left to in custody It happened at a Santa Rosa home that's no stranger to police coming up in sports as welcoming in, the defending chance for a weekend at the Coliseum sweep would meet first place for the green and gold giants taking the roadshow to. Cincinnati. Which I hear is lovely this time of year Jon Gruden cancels raiders, practice in the news is not good fans of the silver black doesn't look like Khalil Mack is coming back anytime soon Eight thirty six..
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"Call a, greener when it's blue okay it's still the, green room somebody painted a blue green room and just. Talk about the the. Interesting, discussions around. Cannabis in. Different districts the cast? Was, yeah and again. In my district I know. There's there are some areas. Zoned for that. That may have. The different. Community response to, maybe some. In a district to it's just it's this is all new, territory for us and Tom you were again it needs to be noted the, the head of the cannabis committee no no no not at all they would be the earnest chair was Serve on it with Chris rock talk to you guys well? That's, that's, okay, you and Chris. Rogers and earn oh yes that's right Where do we, stand at that point. Since, you. Brought up. Nick cast and we were talking. About, all, this today Because of the county and the state still working trying to figure everything? Out this is going to be an ongoing That And the the, electorate this makes a. Decision and then we have to kind of figure out the details after the fact which is which is no easy. Process and how's how's it going in Santa Rosa's farney as far as any new stuff down the? Pike what I would say it's really about what's going to happen now into the future because we have been looking because it's. Illegal it is an a legal product We have been trying to treat it like one would treat alcohol for instance with the. Same kind of considerations and sensitivities of placing dispensaries for alcohol which are usually called liquor stores or. Bars and so this is I deserted this bar thing I've been wanting to try one of those out we'll kind of we. Could take out you a couple Steve metric And it so it's this is going to be a real an evolution because people are, the, our our our residents are going to have to go through a process of finding out that whether or not the dispensary for cannabis is as safe or not as a liquor store or, a bar and this is going, to be it's it's going. To take it's gonna take some time and I'm sensitive. To that but, Santa Rosa we talk about this on cannabis there, every week and we've talked about it with so many. Different people They in Sacramento the has a Kaya Allen the head of the Growers Association or the growers yeah California but we've talked to so many people and they all seem to come, back and say Santa Rosa has, done so well in all. This and really been on top of it and other. Cities in the, state are looking at Santa Rosa what did they, do how did they make this happen am I not City Santa Rosa's done that a couple. Of areas that let, me just go back to the early two thousands with gang violence. We recognize we got an issue here. We need to do something about, it the mayor of the time they're informs, mayors prevention task, force we recognize yes we have this issue here for forming a strategy to. Deal, with. It I think same thing is true with cannabis it's now legal either put our heads, in the sand pretend it's not legal or let's get some comprehensive strays that makes sense for this community and that's what we've done right on and. I think that the? Our our intent and the reality? Of of our Deliberations. Have been so transparent we have brought. In the community those that are concerned about our movement toward. No post, legalization, the industry we brought in as many people as we possibly could and. Ask them for their input and as opposed. To doing things behind closed doors we were incredibly transparent. And open because that's, really the best way to conduct business is the best way for. Governance is the best way to move. Forward with a controversial issue like, cannabis so that's that was like like Thomson You know we we have set the stage in prior with prior issues and we use those same models when we went forward with with the very difficult challenge of of dealing with. The community and the industry with cannabis Yeah And that's one of the things that a lot of these people nationally that certainly statewide talk about Santa. Rosa they say, these this was. Transparent they've been doing..
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"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 KCBS All News
"Of seventeen kim foster kcbs there's a special art showing underway at a gallery in santa rosa this month and next it features the works of art inspired by the raging blazes that destroyed so much of cinema county in early october case cbs's jeffrey xiao visited the display intel entitled healing by art after the fires hereon lockhart says it was her friends loss of their home in the tubs fire that inspired her to create a mixed media artwork that features among other things of phoenix rising from the ashes and map they could santa rosa and there and most of this stuff fits in the background is stuff that was lost so this picture of kittens and family photos there are a hundred ten works of art on display it said roses kromah gallery on a street each one thoroughly unique some have brought people to tears this is a at exhibit which in some cathartic for the community szymon factor runs the santa rosa arts center one can express where one feels in words many times but there are other ways to express these emotions that can't be conveyed by words but that's what artis do better the collection will be on display through march 25th in santa rosa jeffrey xiao becase cbs romance seekers beware case cbs's melissa call ross reports an increase in online dade east dating scams around valentine's day the fbi calls valentine's day and the days before at the peak season for online dating.
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"Public radio and as we continue with more news it's six thirty one from kqed news i'm brian watt north day of officials are still looking for more than a dozen people unaccounted for after the deadly wildfires devastating the area last month kqed's dan recci reports in the days after fire swept cinema in napa counties officials there said nearly two thousand people were reported missing that number shrank steadily as people displaced by the disaster got back in touch with friends and family now just one agency says it still looking for people missing since the fires the santa rosa police department says it's actively searching for fourteen people who remain unaccounted for a department spokesperson says all of the missing were reported to be homeless before the tubs fire swept into the city so far the death toll just in santa rosa is at least nineteen people i'm dan burki kqed news residents of the santa rosa mobile home park already affected by the north faith fires are now being evacuated because of possible s best contamination in fire mental protection agency discovered the s best journeys and while examining the aftermath of the fires the extra mandatory evacuation has been tough to take for some residents here's paul lowenthal santa rosa's assistant fire marshall if they want to get back to their home we get it but either reports that that we indicate ensured at their house if you don't have a 1 priority and we're looking to mitigate issue and that allow them to return quickly as possible the mobile home park will be closed until at least a moral while materials are tested in a lab in the scope of the contamination is determined i'm brian watt kqed news support comes from the international school of the peninsula preparing students through an inquiry base theater national education in chinese or french ahead on our program npr's tom bowman explains why the texas church shooter should have been legally barred from owning guns at will bring of that story in a moment but first reminder that support for npr comes.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Santa rosa a longtime member of the kqed family was among the thousands who evacuated the fastmoving moving fires arts editor gave him loops in santa rosa with his wife and daughter when they left their house they grabbed their emotional treasures the things that are truly irreplaceable photos old letters in the cat the family is fortunate their how survived but gave is a third santa rosen and the fires have devastated the landscape where he grew up in the sentimental landmarks that make a city his hometown places like the fountain grove round barn one night when gave us a team he snuck inside with his friends or coffee park were just two weeks ago he brought his daughter play he's been writing about the loss of these community markers for kqed and joins us now gave how are you doing i suzy um it's it's tough up here but at least the fires have subsided for now and the sense of panic is finally gone for for santa rosa i think and i know you commute from your home in santa rosa three days a week sometimes those are nights to cover the art scene in san francisco and around the bay on a good day that nearly ninety minutes he now one way why did you wanna live in santa rosa what makes it so special for you um i wouldn't leave santa rosa for anything um you know people say that santa rosa has an identity crisis that can't decide whether it wants to be a big city a small town but to me that always feels like a small town that might be because the i've been here my whole life and three generations of my family have been here but might be because a lot of these places that burned down i knew when they were just fields that rural fuel is still here in the people on the community you know we still do our social networking on the streets of downtown which stood at mac story over breakfast and share the paper anti talk about what's going on the.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hospital and santa rosa community health center his she joins us and we welcome you to the program tara scott good to have you primakov alcohol only glad to have you and tell us what it is at this present time i know kaiser we shut down for while sutter hospital show what what's going on yeah so both of those hospitalised aircraft carriers and hopefully it won't be reopening while the assery saturn game albert there are a lot of things that have to happen connect our top are um say for patients to go back again so where we're kind of on standby sattar is expecting if you have i'll carry open and fair patient care info of next week so only memorial is open at this point yeah i've are three half that are in our town on in our our currently functioning and what does this mean i mean particularly for patients with people who need emergency help um well as you can imagine memorial half they'll have any uh quite overwhelmed in iraq have part there are small communities half an hour out of the basketball tournament last had seen on market environ than uh than it's ever seen and on the patience don't have a lot of places to out and chile and power ten or are there other then memorial and um many of their outpatient clinics site are off headed down so an in our there are many people in shelters and my residency program have and apart at staffing her shelf day and night the fire can make sure that we have sun medicaw i h how for aren't safe that's not necessarily provided by any of the shelter it's our opening air there is no requirement for medical care to be onsite at work trying to provide that so many people have been displaced n aren't f all care get in touch with their provider are even have a half now provided villiger your scaling the mountains of all at the same time it acid in my head kazazi you and the others who were helping people medically wool can you stay with us terror coming up on a break i'd like you to stay there could terrorist gotta goes nowhere graham directors santa rosa family medicine residency and practices as set hospital in santa rosa community health centres our focuses on santa rosa and.
"santa rosa" Discussed on KGO 810
"And i'm i'm being asked i can read who's our engineer lives in santa rosa and had to evacuate but apparently the there the area which her home is was was reopened i think she said that she do you have information about specific areas and down the the best way is that we have information on our website where people can uh you know get the fire for making making lyon the media lined and get in contact with people that it there at the fire and get that specified information okay and and lastly add there there was a report that there were two hungry people reported missing in cinema county and forty five of them i had at the last report i heard forty five of them had been turned up as being okay is there any update on that number um that would be coming for the another cinema kind carefully that information so they'd be a good start a follow up with an interminable finding out that delay to intolerance mason okay so anything that list a cal fire would like the general public to know at this point in now we just want to remind them that the time of year they need to remain vigilant like october and november are the times he of are damaging and most devastating fire so while the it seemed like a cooler out there in it we thought sunday night that you know wind can we really be very at um dramatic when it comes to buyers is there any indication that this point as to what started these fighters no at the time we saw an investigation our guiding the card about expires all right heather williams a spokesperson for cal fire i appreciate you being with us today and i know a crazy it is not we appreciate it thank you so much thank you all right as so thousands.
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"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 KBOI 670AM
"That times what i dunno a million at least and he's individuals who will return home two to nothing in some cases is nothing to salvage ashes amer near the 5 from cnn the fires ignited sunday night and monday and spread with alarming speed because the dry conditions by the fire director said at a news conference more than twenty thousand people evacuated some little notice yeah talked to one guy was that a neighbor called him to tell them the fire was bearing done in his house we gathered up a few things that are pets and headed to our car we could see the sky was turning red we didn't know about the fire until the last second there was smoke all over the area i mean if you look this this neighborhood coffee park neighborhood they're in santa rosa after the after the wildfires i mean there there's nothing there's nothing now there's nothing i know it's every single ashes an and you're not talking about an area again just emphasize it because that it just i think a lot of people think okay bit wildfire you'd have to have a lotta trees or grasser and you're not this these are suburban neighbourhoods that's a suburban neighborhood of i've ever seen one yes and it just ward right through there ansett i mean that that to me i i you know and and i've seen lotta pictures wildfires but that's probably as scene of as i've ever seen pictures right of of of any wildfire out there so um and santa rosa mayor said at a news conference my house is find my family is fine my city is not i'm lucky and i've just never and i've i've never experienced anything like that i know that if you live in some of these areas especially in california that a lot of people have experienced wildfires i can't imagine that i'm looking here he should use the one picture cnn the the had the vineyard and just a wall of flames coming at you yeah.