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"shasta county" Discussed on KOMO
"Children pieces of shrapnel bullets all of it they say taken out of children that they're treating at this hospital and what the doctors and the legal experts here is telling me is that this proves that Russia is not just hitting military installations Any day now officials expect Russia's major escalation in the east to begin That anticipation comes after the U.S. began shipping off $800 million in high powered weapons and military aid last week The major focus now for Ukrainian forces is holding money If Russia gains control there its military gains the land advantage of having land access to Crimea and also the potential to have a staging point to launch even more attacks in the near future I'm Justin Finch ABC News Washington Now to that Northern California woman who faked her own kidnapping and torture sherry papini appeared before a judge pleading guilty to the 2016 hoax ABC's Morgan Norwood has more on what's next for penny and her case Sherry papini the Northern California woman who believes they orchestrated an elaborate kidnapping hoax 6 years ago now pleading guilty But penny facing a Sacramento judge via Zoom where she broke down in tears moments after entering a guilty plea to charges of mail fraud and making both statements Papini taking that plea deal allowing her to avoid facing trial for 35 felony counts I wouldn't call this her doing the right thing I'd call this her last ditch effort to do the best she can for herself For more than 5 years but Benny insisted that she was taken at gunpoint and tortured while held in captivity for 22 days by two Hispanic women But as investigators begin to dig deeper into her story they discovered that she was actually staying with an ex-boyfriend and harmed herself to cover up her lives Sherry has led us all down 5 years of manipulation deception calculated deception The Georgia papini is pleading guilty to carry a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison in a $250,000 fine She's also ordered to pay more than $300,000 in restitution to the California victims compensation board The social security administration Shasta county sheriff's office and the FBI The benefit of taking a plea deal is that limiter exposure to the other remaining count the court can take consideration.
"shasta county" Discussed on KOMO
"Showers and some breaks in between starry breaks at night and those become our sun breaks on Tuesday afternoon some of the showers left behind on Tuesday could feature some thunder lightning and hail remember that old adage when thunder roars you head indoors high still running Chile just in the low 50s at best around mister puget sound on Tuesday afternoon In the couple four weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell Rain here in the city our Seattle temperature now 48° at 6 36 Now more on that Northern California woman who faked her own kidnapping and torture Sherry papini appeared before a judge today pleading guilty to the 2016 hopes ABC's Morgan Norwood has more on what's next for papini and her case Sherry papini the Northern California woman who believes they orchestrated an elaborate kidnapping hope 6 years ago now pleading guilty But penny facing a Sacramento judge via Zoom where she broke down in tears moments after entering a guilty plea to charges of mail fraud and making false statements Papini taking that plea deal allowing her to avoid facing trial for 35 felony counts I wouldn't call this her doing the right thing I'd call this her last ditch effort to do the best you can for herself For more than 5 years but opinion insisted that she was taken at gunpoint and tortured while held in captivity for 22 days by two Hispanic women But as investigators began to dig deeper into her story they discovered that she was actually staying with an ex-boyfriend and harmed herself to cover up her lives Sherri has led us all down 5 years manipulation deception calculated deception The Georgia's papini is pleading guilty to carry a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison in a $250,000 fine She's also ordered to pay more than $300,000 in restitution to the California victims compensation board The social security administration Shasta county sheriff's office and the FBI The benefit of taking a plea deal is that limits her exposure to the other remaining the court can take.
AP News Radio
19 children hurt as SUV smashes into California preschool
"Police in northern California say everyone is expected to survive after an SUV plowed into a preschool building in Shasta county there were nineteen children and two workers inside the great adventures Christian preschool in the city of Anderson California when suddenly a blue SUV slammed inside a classroom police chief John Palevsky on Casey R. C. T. V. there are numerous children inside of the the building and some more trapped and and injured the fire department released a photo showing that badly dented blue SUV in the classroom with piles of wood and papers on the floor decorations torn and a gaping hole in the white brick exterior walls police say the female driver didn't seem impaired and is cooperating with authorities I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Suspected arson wildfire forces evacuations in California
"Thousands of people in northern California are under evacuation orders and a woman is charged with setting a fire that chase them from their homes fire officials say at least four thousand people in the Shasta county community of mountain gate north of Redding had to flee and a number of homes have already burned the flames erupted Wednesday when a woman emerged from the brush with a lighter in her pocket near a quarry workers reported seeing thirty year old Alexandra super Neva acting strangely before she approached by our fighters and ask them for medical help the Shasta county district attorney says the woman's being charged with felony arson to wildland and is being investigated in connection with other fire sat in the county and other parts of the state I'm Jackie Quinn
The Charlie Kirk Show
"shasta county" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"And i wanna i wanna compare the polling from twenty seventeen to recent polling about how independence in california tend to vote now. Let's let's take twenty seventeen in two thousand seventeen twenty nine percent of independent. Voters leaned republican in the most recent polling thirty six percent of independent. Voters leaned republican. This is in the state of california. You repeat that please. Yes in two thousand seventeen twenty nine percent of independent. Voters leaned republican. That number went up by seven points in four years so in two thousand twenty one. Thirty six percent of independence in california now lead republican Which is which is really to dive in a little deeper independent likely. Voters are more likely to be moderate forty four percent the liberal liberal twenty nine percent and conservative twenty seven percent. When you say moderate in california. I think those. I think those voters are breaking towards yes. Recall gavin newsom. Yeah and we're also seeing this manifesto and the number so let's use another county for example. Let's go to kern county right. So kern county lost. That were kern. County is a small little county. Boy lost it. Let's use another one. Let's go to shasta county okay. Almost chefs chefs. See that's what we have. That's why i'm here. We're the exit. Polls which are largely useless but we got some shasta county which is usually a about a sixty thirty. Republican area is exactly that with the best democrat ballots they have to drop which means that margin is only going to increase as time goes on new york times reports longlines reported in irvine california. Good for today. It's very good for us. Irvine is in orange county exit. Polls what are we learning andrew. Kind of digging through the number is a very weird poll. Maybe connor if you have any cnn cnn thinks like new york times. I think But they're saying eighteen percent of california voters who voted yes. believe newsome's virus policies are not strict enough. This is why we don't trust exit polling at all. Basically this recall would not be happening without the lockdown. That's i mean so. This is sort of confusing exit polls taken with a grain of salt the numbers coming so we got an email right here. Freedom charlie kirk dot com. They wanna thank us for doing this. Livestream you're welcome if you're going to be here as long as it takes and because that's why we're here and he said i voted very early this morning for i played golf in long beach california at the west. I know exactly what it is. There was a crazy police presence all the people in line with republicans and we all agreed that new some has none of those votes have been counted yet and my right none of the same day election votes have been counted. And hey connor. Do we have that. Wendy email that i sent you a picture. I sent you an email of wendy. I want to show a picture up on. The livestream of wendy shows fifty people who are still in line right now to vote in a republican stronghold fifty people. I there's a little surge. Here i think turnout is going to really blow people away. That steve kerr sti freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. Turn off all that cable news stuff. We are the place to be here right here right now and so people are saying what about riverside. We'll get to riverside in just a second. I think we have some numbers. I don't even know riverside county a little. I know about the riverside area san bernardino county exactly where that is been there. Many times is traditionally. Ooh this is a good one awesome. Get this so san. Bernardino is usually a sixty four percent democrat stronghold right with the best ballots they have to offer. It's at fifty seven percent so they're underperforming by seven percent which means without the report which means i think they're going to be performed by at least ten points state. What riverside county riverside as a county. What does that tell. We'll get the numbers from twenty twenty presidential i like because that is a high threshold high trump. That's just so we're clear. California two thousand twenty which were referencing is like worse case. Scenario for republicans right it was mass mail in voting. Trump was super unpopular in california. Would we agree allegations of voter. Yes let's put that can you. Can we get the comparison. You might have them here. Yeah cut nine. Let's play down the livestream that line look at that line right there. It's dark outside and california fifty people still waiting to vote tallied. As if you've been in line at eight o'clock you can still stay alive email. Don't read them at charlie. Kirk dot com. They see that we're the heck is riverside california governors election off. Where's where's the we're gonna get to riverside in a second. But san bernardino those numbers awful for gavin newsom austin. Oh yeah i mean those are dreadful terrible and you think about it. Too like these rural counties. Obviously they're gonna perform very well from republicans but you think of a republican a rule county much more open. It's more expansive than something like la orange county. These people like you know typically live on top of each other. You have a neighbor right next to you so you obviously you're affected by the lockdowns a lot more because one of the lakensha gotta keep six feet from each other. You've got a mask up you can't go to church. You can't go to sporting events so these people have been affected by way more than people in rural counties. So don't expect it would not be surprised if some of these counties are the ones who are just absolutely blow the rural ones out of the water compared to like the percentage wise votes. And now if any of these guys get stupid push notifications or alerts that we declare this. We are ignoring all of that. Okay we are known county-by-county number number. I'm telling you they are under performing in every single county. There was a significant surge. Now whether or not that search will be enough to actually win in eight. That's eight hundred we're seeing. I think it's safe to say that. We're we're overperforming one appointees were all wrong. This is not going to be twenty point nuisance. This will not be a ten point when this is all of a sudden in the caution danger zone. And what else do you well. So the so. We're already seeing the spin. So they're saying that is nate cohn seventy two percent of napa county heavily democratic wine country north bay area newsome won by sixty five percent. So they're saying this is a strong showing. We disagree with that analysis completely. This is again the early blue vote we're going to have. You could possibly strong showing when they're already they're already underperforming. All of the results that were happening previously with all the the you know results char. The snow woman says lots of cool graphics enthusiast commentary tonight but looks like a blow out to me. Rob is not. This is all the democrat mail in voting early and then same day voting people that have turned in. We got our minds for food with a comb. You're not you should not be able to call elections like that's just awesome. What other counties we look at it so obviously like you said riverside. Orange county san bernardino. La county those are going to be. All rural counties are still critically important Just to look back on this. So we were saying that. Riverside for the democrats is underperforming. Correct big big. Big dino is like horror show san bernardino horror show riverside county in two thousand twenty..
The Charlie Kirk Show
"shasta county" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"There's going to be three waves about that happen tonight. And tomorrow and leading up to the next couple days the first balanced that are gonna be counter all mail in ballots so expect the democrats have a major jump and that tonight but that doesn't mean it's over. The second wave of ballots are going to be people that have voted in person today or they went and dropped off those meal and ballots. Third wave is going gonna be people that meld in their ballots today or a few days before election day so could be short. Night could be a long night. It's always looked now. I believe this thing is razor close. I believe that there is a silent californian voter ready to rise up against the new regime recalls tricky. There's only one other governor that is successfully been able to fight off a recall in recent american political history and that was governor scott walker andrew. You live in california. Stop looking at the polls. Those are all garbage. Those are simulated. What are you seeing hearing on the ground in california. I'm seeing an incredible amount of energy for the for larry elder. You could make the argument that i live in a bubble. I probably do we all do to some extent. I will tell you that this you know you. And i were talking months ago. I was underwhelmed. I didn't think that it really stood real chance. All of a sudden the energy behind the recall movement exploded it was a true grassroots movement. Outpouring i mean you're seeing it in in liberal enclaves strongholds like santa barbara you're seeing it and coastal communities you were seeing massive crowds gather local communities getting together and in ways that i hadn't seen in california in a long time. Now there was. There was trump excitement all this this this blew that away. I will tell you anecdotally. This blew that away. I think there was a collective exhaustion. There's just homelessness everywhere. It's expensive we all look at the state. Is the weather the topography. The just the everything about it. There's so much going for it and to see it being run the way it is. It's it's a
"shasta county" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm Kim McAllister. We are learning more about why Sentencing has been delayed for the man convicted of killing Oakland native Mollie Tibbetts in Iowa. ABC s Alex Stone with details. The trial is over, but everything could change based on bombshell. New evidence Defense attorneys claimed to have The judge, saying he needs a few days to figure out what to do. Next. Attorneys for Christian Rivera, who was convicted of killing Mollie Tibbetts say they have witnesses who will back up claims that there was a sex ring operating in the area and that an inmate says another inmate admitted to the killing, plus another kidnapping in the area that they didn't know about Alex Stone kgo 8 10 San Bruno. Police have arrested a Shasta County woman who had a large amount of fentanyl in her car. Police say 25 year old woman had enough fentanyl to provide 65,000 potentially fatal doses. She was pulled over near El Camino Real and Canes Avenue with several outstanding felony warrants for her arrest. New research from UC Berkeley draws a strong link between cell phone radiation and tumors was led by Dr Joel Moskowitz of the University School of Public Health, He tells kgs Pat Thurston, there are steps users can take to minimize the risk for one to minimize the use of what any wireless device including cell phones. Used wired devices whenever possible. Secondly, when you do use these devices, keep them away from your body and in particular your head and genitals because those areas of the body seemed to be most sensitive, uh, to the radiation that submitted He also says, only use a cell phone when you have a strong signal because the phone emits much more radiation when it's searching for a better signal, a study found the use of a cell phone for about 17 minutes a day over a 10 year period increase the risk of tumors by 60% and the use of cell phones for 10 or more years doubled the risk of brain tumors. Check traffic around the Bay Area. Heather is joining us now with a look at North Bay. Traffic in harbours report is sponsored by progressive IMS Outdoors at Cinema Raceway. Extra heavy traffic for Petaluma. From the Children out about a traffic desk, a truck pulling a horse trailer and van tied things up. They've made it to the shoulder North 11 before Washington traffic extra heavy from just before Petaluma Boulevard south out to the East Bay. There's a couple slow stretches toward the Dublin grade on eastbound 5 80. His crash on the shoulder. East 5 80, east of Eden Canyon, still seeing heavy traffic on eastbound 84 between 6 82 about a mile past Little Valley Road and go ahead and stay late at Happy hour tonight. Tonight is the first night of Thursday Friday Saturday limited late night Bart service until they go back to their pre pandemic schedule, beginning in the beginning of August, getting out of the city now it is packed from before Cesar Chavez to Treasure Island crossing the Bay Bridge. Venture out daughters for a weekend of power, sports culture and fun at progressive IMSS Outdoors, July 16th to 18th at Sonoma Raceway featuring writing.
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
Delta Is Dominant COVID Variant in the United States, CDC Estimates
"Vary it now the dominant variant in the United States. A B C's Alex Stone has more Hey there, kitty. So, yeah, what We're hearing today. Pretty incredible. On this day when the CDC declared the Delta variant now dominate in the U. S a week ago was 10% of the variance in 20 now over half, But we're also hearing today from doctors in places where vaccination rates are lower, primarily in More rural conservative areas where they are sounding the alarms. And it's from Missouri to Utah to areas of California and in Utah short time ago we heard from doctors who say that They are seeing things going bad there Right now we are seeing a covid surge are impatient Censuses almost doubled in the last two weeks. That's doctor can see graves handling emergency medicine at the University of Utah Health and these are not old people, Kitty, she says. If they're just on vaccinated, who are now getting very, very ill? I was on call last night in in one day, I took four different phone calls to accept patients, for instance of cure unit. All of them were in their forties and then in California, where we've been getting some new numbers in that, With a few exceptions, Covid is hitting the more rural again more conservative areas the hardest where politics come into play. May to June Modoc, Siskiyou, Humble del Norte, Shasta counties. They saw the highest case and death rates and they had avoided a lot of this until now, but Rates have remained pretty low in the vaccinated areas. Those were the vaccination numbers are higher the areas where the vaccination numbers are lower. Covid is doing what it does, and it's spreading among those were where it can get into the bodies and then do what it does to the body. So Unfortunately, it's being seen nationwide. But in the more unvaccinated areas, numbers are going up right now
"shasta county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"KFBK, California Wildfire watch service of beeline construction, reconstructing homes and lives 1994, the U. S Forest Service says containment of the salt fire is now 25% 1 week after it started north of Reading and Shasta County. The blaze has burned more than 12,000 acres in neighboring Siskiyou County. Containment of both the love and tenant fires is over 70%. And Sacramento Underwater Watch because of drought conditions, Residents and businesses are being asked to conserve water up to 10% of the amount of water used on lawns and landscapes, as well as fixing leaks and irrigation systems. Traffic and weather together. Here's Dana Hess, probably my mattress firm, Westbound Cap City Exposition Boulevard. We have a non injury collision. Traffic is slowed as you go back toward Arden. Maybe you have been El Camino eastbound 80 Mesa Boulevard off ramp to car crash at the center divide and beyond eastbound. Camp City. Slow traffic 1 13 all the way to at least Mays Boulevard and start clearing up sound downright five. Also heavy and you come out from it Looks like at this point consume this river all the way down to about L grow Boulevard Mattress firm's Fourth of July sales been extended for a limited time shop and save up to $500 on top rated mattress brands like Celean, Sleepy's Plus Get Free Adjustable Base with your $999 mattress, purchase traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the body leading the white home trap. Center. I'm Dana Hess News 93.1 kfbk sunshine this afternoon 9 92 to 96 mainly clear to dial of 55 to 59 sunny, hot.
"shasta county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Passenger plane that went missing from radar in the country's Far East. ABC s Moscow correspondent Patrick Revel has more Russian authorities say they have now found the wreckage of the passenger flight close to a remote village where it was due to land on the Kamchatka Peninsula. In Russia's Far East, They say all 28 people on board are presumed dead. The Soviet built Antonov 26 was flying from Kamchatka's regional capital to the village, Polana, nearly 4000 miles from Moscow. Officials say the area is hard to reach hampering recovery efforts. An update now on two major fires that have been burning in Northern California, U. S Forest Service says the Salt Fire and Shasta County now 20% contained that's near I five. It has burned through more than 11.5 1000 acres and destroyed several dozen structures. Evacuation orders and warnings remain for residents near Lake Head and the lava fire near Manchester. It has now burned more than 25,000 acres. It is 71% contained President Biden is keeping up his campaign to persuade more Americans to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. NBC's Tracie Potts report. The Biden administration missed its goal for 70% of adults to have at least one shot by the Fourth of July where at 67% 4 states are below 40%. The president is scheduled to speak at the White House today amid rising concern about the Delta variant and that the virus is spreading across the U. S. Medical experts say the delta variant is more contagious than earlier strains of the virus. Biden over the Independence Day weekend, said Getting a vaccine shot is the most patriotic thing Americans can do at 8 34 on a Tuesday morning earlier,.
"shasta county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of sunshine today with a high of 88 to 92 then tonight will be clear with a low of 57 to 61 tomorrow will be mostly sunny with a high of 89 to 93 plenty of sunshine for Saturday with a high of 92 94. Independence Day sunshine with a high of 92 94. I'm AccuWeather's Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 64 degrees in Truckee 67 degrees in Vacaville, now to the stories trending on his 93.1 kfbk. KFBK. California Wildfire Watch a service of byline, construction, reconstructing homes and lives since 1994 this morning people living near the salt fire burning north of reading in Shasta County are being evacuated. Here's kfbk is Gianni de Agostini blazes just east of Interstate five near the Salt Creek exit, where more than 1000 acres have already burned. The U. S. Forest Service says the salt fire grew rapidly yesterday due to dry and hot conditions. They say it's now spreading towards Sacramento Peak. Residents on Zola, Dr Cortez Court and Solis Campground Road are being asked to evacuate along with shelter in place orders being issued on Gregory Creek Road. An evacuation center has been set up at Central Valley High School. I'm Johnny de Agostini News. 93.1 KFBK President Biden is promising more money for Western states as the fire season kicks into high gear. Kfbk is John Albertini reports. The president is placing a new focus on the West, and it starts with the boots on the ground. Last week, I learned that some of our federal firefighters are being paid less than $13 an hour. Come on, man. Joe Biden broke the news during a virtual meeting with eight Western governors were going to provide retention incentives that's can ensure federal firefighters are making at least $15 an hour and provide for additional 10% bonuses for those working on the front lines. Vice President Kamala Harris, as the president has said, his framework for infrastructure it's going to address a lot of these challenges. Governor Gavin Newsom appeared from the fire lines in Cisco County. The smash mouth realities of climate change are here and they're here decades ahead of when We had anticipated, in the words of the president. We're playing catch up. The threat of wildfires this year is as severe as ever. John Liberty News 93.1 KFBK. California's gas tax goes up today. It's part of the Road Repair and Accountability Act, which passed in 2017 State Senator Jim Nelson has been trying to put a stop to this latest hype. It's 20170.6 cents a gallon. And to the motoring public. That would be a real boon. Ironically, some of this budget is supposed to be helping our California folks. But now, with the gas tax going up automatically every year. That kind of fix. It takes the edge off whatever we're trying to give them in the golden state stimulus. For example, today's increase brings the California tax on gas to 51.1 cents per gallon. Regular gallon of gasoline in California is $4.22 more than a buck 15 above the national average. There's a new, encouraging job reports out this morning first time claims for unemployment benefits down by more than 50,000. The Labor Department reports. Initial job claims fell to 364,000 last week, 51,000 fewer than the previous weeks total This is the fewest first time claims since mid March of last year just before the coronavirus closed the economy Now let's get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk. The Supreme Court upheld Arizona's voting restrictions, saying the out of precinct policy did not violate the Voting Rights Act. Democrats in Arizona said the ballot collection restriction was enacted with a discriminatory purpose. But the Supreme Court disagreed. Writing for the majority justice, Alito said plaintiffs were unable to show the extent to which the measure disproportionately burdens. Minorities. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK President Biden and the first lady are visiting with family members and first responders and Surfside, Florida Today, crews were forced to halt work on the collapse overnight due to structural concerns. The Trump Organization's longtime CFO Alan Weiss. Ahlberg surrendered today to New York authorities to face charges related to tax crimes. The company also expected to be charged at a court hearing this afternoon. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tapping Congressman Bennie Thompson to lead the special committee to investigate the January 6th attack. GOP representative Liz Cheney also named The bipartisan panel. I'm Michelle Franzen. ABC NEWS a monument that's caused some controversy of late is coming down. It's news from your neighborhood in three minutes, it's shaping up to be a really busy fire season again. California wildfire coverage You can depend on a word of warning Cruiser probe wildfire, forcing evacuations The very latest stay connected with Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Pretzels. Look what chips? Look Who's the new guy? Fanta? I think he's looking at me Pretzels. You.
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"shasta county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Watch and listen. American medicine today I'm Kimberly Bernabe alongside my friends, Ethan Ugur and Jeff Wagstaff. Now a cluster of five counties in rural Oregon recently voted to consider seceding from the state to join Republican controlled Eido. And joining us to discuss is returning guests. Our friend Paul Preston. Founder and president of the movement for a New California state and the host of the Red State Radio show Agenda. 21 Radio. Thank you for being with us again, Paul. Well, thank you very much for having me It's wonderful to be here. Have absolutely so why don't you tell us a little bit more about this organization? Move Organs border for a greater Idaho? Can you tell us what their motive is? Other motive is to get away from the repressive government that you find in Portland and the urbanized areas of Oregon and to take along with them, of course, to count two or three counties out of California, northern tier of California. So that's been one of the lead ins for all this, but the the rural areas of Oregon are really Rebelling, just like the rural areas of California are rebelling against the urbanized areas, which are controlled by the Democrats. So you're seeing a another form another variety of a state split literally. They're attempting to occur that said, they're attempting to promulgate through three states rather than two states. Paul, this has only happened a handful of times throughout the history of the US What is the actual process like because your group is trying to do in California. Well, we're Yeah, we're doing Article four Section three states splits, and it's only happened three times. Uh, the last time it happened was with West Virginia in 18 61. So it's not a real common way. There's 50 States and all the other states except for California were brought in by the territorial process. So you had main and you had Kentucky utilize this as well as West Virginia. And so we're following literally the exact template or a blueprint laid down by West Virginia and the Constitution and the bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence. All those elements are coming together under our movement that's working. We're growing, growing growing, and we've had eight constitutional conventions now. Sydney Powell was one of our featured speakers along with your Arpaio. Joe Arpaio was actually joined the team now, and we also have joined up with this canvas songs and DNS to Susa. They were out the last convention. They're all on board with New California in the state movement, so we're very, very excited about our prospects. We anticipate that if things go right again, everything has to lay out. But by the end of this year week we could be a state. But the process they're doing is a little bit different, and it's not too much they're still requires. The approval of the counties are the states in the Legislature. Paul. What is the procedure that the Constitution lays out for something like this? And do we find it? Constitutional? Um, this process that they're doing is a modified process. It actually came about as a result of what happened when West Virginia and Virginia After the Civil war were trying to settle out some boundaries with some counties and this is very, very common that there's a settlement oftentimes between states and the county. There's you know there's territories to be had. We're all experiencing that right now, with our kept with our map that we are proposed, and we know that there's going to be more of a conflict coming about, but To take whole counties such as what you're doing right now and Idaho with the new Sir Ping literally portions of Oregon in the fashion that they're doing. It is really kind of stretching the court decisions and it will be interesting to see how that all pans out, but they still have to get the approval of the States concerned. And then that of the Congress and Article four, Section three is very, very specific about this that you have to get the approval of the Legislature, your own legislature. So here in California, we have got to get the approval of the California state Legislature. It's a simple process. All you need is a resolution. There's no bill involved. None of that. You can just declared with the number of people on the floor. At the time in the assembly or in the Senate and get your resolution approved and then you go on to Congress. But it also says that if you're trying to do this with multiple states, then you have to get the approval of those states as well. So They've got to get the approval of three states and that's why I say this is gonna be slim to none that this is going to happen. I'll tell you right now California is not going to give up its water states. Now the water states or the water counties. Pretty much are Siskiyou County and Shasta County and Trinity County. And I don't know if I want to creep down further to claim them all but So you're taking about 60 70% of California's water? I don't think so. That California, New California. We're not going to allow that to happen. It's a power grab. And that's not gonna happen. It just seems so odd that the Democrats wouldn't want to listen to the people because they claim that's what they do. And when the people are crying out, saying we want to separate and we want to be conservative. Why don't they allow that to happen? Because they don't listen to the people. That's that's a fact. Here in California. We literally live in a dictatorship and the people people don't understand it for the most part, because you know we don't Typically and other states and around this country don't live in a dictatorship. But we have a pure dictators in Gavin Newsom and the Legislature and the judiciary. I have all problem gated this over the course of, you know, 150 years. Amending the California Constitution over 600 times to guarantee that we would be at this point in time with a socialist Communist dictator. Okay, now you mentioned Newsome and we know they've already gained the signatures to remove him. Why is he still there? Well, they there's a There's a process. They've got a waiting period after the signatures were gathered to verify all the signatures, So we're still in that part and they got over 200 signatures. They verified 1.7 million Signature, so that's a that's a really good number. It's a very healthy for Californians to do that. But the problem is, it's been more like a ruse than anything else because she Gavin Newsome of the dictatorial role could actually put off the election to whatever he wants to. And the Legislature is not going to fight him on it. And it's he just had recently had a court decision that says he can't be a dictator anymore, and they find him a million and a half dollars And that was because he ignored the U. S. Supreme Court. They found against him. But whether or not he's going to allow the election to go through, is very, very curious. And then the other part of it is now we're getting the opinion polls that says his soaring in the polls. And it doesn't look like they're going to be able to recall him, which that's just completely not true. It's not true. Well, it just seems like they once they have control. They latch onto it, and they'll die before they'll give up that power struggle services. That's what's was, unfortunately, unfortunately, we're out of time. But thank you so much for joining us. Paul Preston, thanks for being on the show. Thank you very much. Take great care. Make sure you stay tuned coming up after the break A story of recovery. The market right now is strong for pre owned vehicles at Wesley Chapel. Alexis. 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"shasta county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"John Schardt horse says his family has taken the death of his stepfather, 74 year old Aaron Brown. Pretty hard. The Spring Valley man was apparently walking to work. Last week when he was hit by a car on the 94 on ramp on Bancroft Drive. Charn Horse tells reporting partner 10 News The car that hit his stepfather would be noticeably damaged. The information I received the car that hit him would have sustained notable damage and probably would have had blood on it. Brown was taken off of life support and died last Friday. The family is asking anyone with information about his death to come forward Eddie McCubbin Kogo news California's largest power company is going to pay more than $40 million to local governments in the state because of wildfires, Pacific Gas and Electric will pay out $43.4 million to government agencies in three Northern California counties. It'll cover bills left behind from wildfires ignited over the past couple of years by PG and E is power grid. Settlements cover some of the costs incurred by 10 government agencies during the Kincaid fire that destroyed more than 100 homes and Sanoma County in 2019 and the dog fire that killed four people in Shasta County last September. PG and E still faces more than 30 criminal charges in connection with the Kincaid Fire. Cliff Albert Kogan use the mother of the late Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick is asking for individual meetings with Senate Republicans, Gladys Sick, Nick wants to personally urge them to support the cause. Creation of an independent commission to study the attack on the Capitol, Brian Sick. Nick died a day after being part of the response to the assault cause of death was later determined to be related to the effects of two strokes. Mrs Sick, Nick told Politico not having a January six commission to look into exactly what occurred is a slap in the faces of all of the officers who did their jobs that day. Despite growing numbers of vaccinations. A lot of Americans still have not received their shots. Terry Moore reports on a House hearing featuring a TV star catch my enthusiasm. It's not a miracle vaccine is a gift from the world's greatest scientists and thinkers. It's the product of human ingenuity, the absolute pinnacle of achievement, Offerman said. Skeptical folk should trust the world's smartest doctors and scientists and roll up their sleeves. Medicine doesn't care who you voted for. We amazing humans have created a vaccine.
"shasta county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Formulas, saying employee opened fire early this morning at the Valley Transportation Authority Light Rail Yard. The suspect is also dead. I can confirm with you that deputies tonight seems gunfire. Right now we're gonna play merry go with assumption that it was a self inflicted gunshot wound from the suspect Deputy, Russell Davis with the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department. The gunman has been identified as 57 year old Sam Cassidy. San Jose Fire also had to respond to a house fire shortly after the shooting, and police say they believe the home belonged to the gunman. Pacific Gas and Electric will pay $43.4 million to three counties in northern California to cover of bills from wildfires that occurred during the past two years by the company's neglected power grid. The settlements will cover some of the costs incurred by 10 government agencies during the 2019 Kincaid fire in Sonoma County and the Dog Fire and Shasta County last September. Company is still facing 33 criminal charges for the concave fire President Biden asking the intelligence community to step up the effort to track down the origins of covert 19. The two theories that it was a mishap in a lab in Wuhan, China, or human contact with an infected animal will continue to press China to participate. In a full, transparent evidence based international investigation with the needed access to get to the bottom of a virus that's taken more than three Million lives across the Globe Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre the president is asking for reporting 90 days and wants American labs to be part of the investigation. But he also acknowledged the source of the virus may never be known because China has refused to cooperate. Wall Street The Dow gained 10 points. America is listening to Fox News. Like three d w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. 40% capacity is still a lot of people. Partly cloudy 78 degrees on Monument Circle. I'm Rob Connie. Here's.
"shasta county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Motive not yet known. I'm Lisa, the Sarah Fox News. Eight people are dead after police in San Jose, California, saying employee opened fire early this morning at the Valley Transportation Authority Light Rail Yard. The suspect is also dead. I can confirm with you that deputies did not exchange gunfire. Right now we're gonna eliminate called with the assumption that it was a self inflicted gunshot wound from the suspect Deputy Russell Davis with the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department. The gunman has been identified as 57 year old Sam Cassidy. San Jose Fire also had to respond to a house fire shortly after the shooting, and police say they believe the home belonged to the gunman. Pacific Gas and Electric will pay $43.4 million to three counties in northern California to cover of bills from wildfires that occurred during the past two years by the company's neglected power grid. The settlements will cover some of the costs incurred by 10 government agencies during the 2019 Kincaid fire in Sonoma County and the Dog Fire and Shasta County last September. The company is still facing 33 criminal charges for the concave fire. President Biden asking the intelligence community to step up the effort to track down the origins of covert 19. The two theories that it was a mishap in a lab in Wuhan, China, or human contact with an infected animal will continue to press China to participate in a fall transparent. Evidence based international investigation with the needed access to get to the bottom of a virus that's taken more than three million lives across the globe Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre the president is asking for reported 90 days and wants American labs to be part of the investigation. But he also acknowledged the source of the virus may never be known because China has refused to cooperate. Wall Street, the Dow gained 10 points. America is listening to Fox News. Finding great.
"shasta county" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eiji Oh 8 10 News updates update Good afternoon to you on the path. Thurston Program. I'm Kim McAllister. The news sponsored by into the Tides book your Bodega Bay get away at the iconic in at the tides. Their midweek specials offered the lowest rates of the year starting in just 1 49 tonight enjoy stunning views, refreshed rooms and free breakfast book now. In at the tides dot com We are awaiting a press conference set to start any moment regarding the shootings at the V T, a light rail yard in San Jose at 6 30 this morning. It appears that a man who worked for the Valley Transportation Authority set his house on fire on and Mark Court, then went to the transit yard and opened fire There. There are reports that a union meeting was underway at the time. Nine people, including the gunman, who's being identified today is 57 year old Samuel Cassidy are dead. Some other details. We have firefighters say no one was inside the house that was burning. But explosives gasoline on a large amount of ammunition was found inside. Vita is canceling light rail service For today. They are adding bus service for passengers and again we are awaiting a press conference from the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department. It is set to begin at any moment. Pacific Gas and Electric will pay $43.4 million to government agencies and three Northern California counties to cover bills left behind from wildfires ignited during the last two years by the utilities Long neglected power grid. The settlements denounced settlements rather announced today will cover some of the costs incurred by 10 government agencies. During the Kincaid fire that destroyed more than 100 homes in Sanoma County in October of 2019 on the SOG fire that killed four people in Shasta County in last September, as some of that money will also go to Tehama County or Bazaar Buyer also raged. PG and E is still facing 33 criminal charges for the Kincaid fire as well. Again. We are still waiting for a press conference covering the fire the shooting mass shooting at the Vita Rail yard this morning, Santa Clara County.
L.A. Times Morning Briefing
Far fewer California seniors are getting vaccinated in rural counties than urban areas
"Has only vaccinated about half of it senior population against covid nineteen. That's according to the latest data from the cdc. The sixty five and older group was deemed the most vulnerable to death and serious illness. During the pandemic but overall only around fifty six percent of california seniors have received the full course of a covid nineteen vaccine there are also discrepancies between urban and rural counties. In the more rural conservative shasta county just thirty six percent of seniors are fully vaccinated that compares with other counties like merrin just of san francisco where seventy one percent of seniors are fully vaccinated
AP News Radio
Report: California wildfire sparked when tree hit power line
"Officials say a pine tree contacting electrical distribution lines led to a deadly fire last autumn that killed four people including an eight year old girl investigators with the California department of forestry and fire protection seized equipment belonging to PG&E in the weeks after the sock fire tore through rural communities in the Shasta area last September and October officials now say the northern California wildfires that killed four people and destroyed more than two hundred buildings was sparked when tree branches came into contact with Pacific gas and electric power lines cal fire says their investigative report has been forwarded to the Shasta county district attorney's office PG&E is the nation's largest utility it's been a merging from bankruptcy after lawsuits from several devastating wildfires that killed more than a hundred people in twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen I'm Jennifer king
"shasta county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A great day. There's news If you've taken the news in lately that the U. S attorney for the Eastern District of California McGregor Scott, who's been on this program many, many times, by the way, he's got the unique I think it's pretty unique. The unique experience of having served twice as the U. S attorney and two different presidential administrations. Prior to that he was a local prosecutor in Contra Costa County and then the elected district attorney and Shasta County. He is a legal scholar and has has taught extensively and untenable lecture circuit. He's got a And absolute reverence for the rule of law and has the ability to cut through politics and emotions and makes it could make extraordinarily sound legal decisions and for that, I respect and appreciate him greatly, and it's my honor to have you here on the program this afternoon. Well, John I've said it before I'll say it again. I hope my son's You're listening. We'll talk, but it's said that and I understand that is expected. There's a turn over the Presidential administration. The expectations you tendered your resignation. And I understand that. And you knew that for a while when you accepted the job and anybody who knows you has no concerns about your ability to find employment. Question is what what optional you select. I know you're gonna have many. I know you have many. But tell us a little bit about what it's like. And because, like man, just kind of tee it up here and just explain to you what I see is an extraordinary frustration. We spoke yesterday on this show about what's going on with his Senate right now, with regard to the impeachment hearings, and I'm trying T O make the point. If you love President Trump or hate President Trump That is not a factor. What you're looking at here is the constitutionality of the roll their undertaking and then looking for legitimate evidence people to be percent presented to persuade what effectively serves as a jury in this case, too. I think it's a two part question. But But people are constantly mired in either their overwhelming love of Donald J. Trump or, on the contrary, their disdain for Donald Trump and I tried desperately to persuade people to understand that that does not and should not matter. And I think you you have a very unique ability to cut through all that, and I think you can also persuade Others to recognize that phenomenon. So do you kind of see things the same way? Well, I think there are many layers to the present impeachment process and to start with, you know, I think it's questionable whether it's constitutional because the primary remedy for being voted to be removed from office by the Senate is Being removed from office by the Senate. And clearly, President Trump is now former president Trump. So, so there's that issue that's out there. And then you have First Amendment issues all these different things, but all of that, having been said My dear friend, Chris Christie, who I served with his U. S attorney, the Bush administration said. If this is not an impeachable act, I don't know what it is. And While all of this is layered and built upon politics. We have to sort of cut through what exactly happened. Is it an impeachable offense? And and, um, it is interesting. I think historically, this is the first impeachment. Where the underlying articles of impeachment passed by the house are not founded upon a violation of the statute, right, right. So this has never happened before, so that Causes more concerned around is just, you know. Is it constitutional to do this after he left office? It's not founded upon a violation of a specific statute. So is this really the right thing to be doing? Um The the broader issue, I think is we all know he's not going to be convicted. That is not gonna happen, so I I question in light of these underlying concerns about the legitimacy of the process whether the Senate Is well served right now to be spending its time devoted to these issues when we still are in the midst of a global pandemic, as you just mentioned on the lead in the schools are still closed in large measure. We don't have that second stimulus package through. Yet There are any number of President Biden's Cabinet appointees who have yet to be confirmed, right? Not the least of which is the next attorney general United States right, So so I just wonder about whether this is really the best use of time. In the context of the underlying issues around the process itself. What I find interesting is you float that question out to people. It seems to me the preponderance of responses you'll get Would be something along the lines of the person's personal beliefs or fund this or lack thereof, the former president, and to my way of thinking that is absolutely completely and totally irrelevant. And and and I totally agree with that, Jon, you know, as you mentioned in your introduction, I've been a prosecutor for over two decades in this state Deputy D a elected D, a two terms U. S Attorney. And when we make these decisions, it's not who It's what exactly right and that's you know, we're not looking at what is somebody's politics. What is their race? What is fill in the blank? It's what did they do? And how does that line up with the law deciding? Is this an investigation We pursue? Is that a prosecution we bring, and even in this context As hard as it is, because it's all layered with politics. It's not who, whether you support or oppose. It's what Yeah, I completely agree with that. And and it's interesting because I, the district attorneys and the surrounding counties and the county, Sacramento. I'll consider actually very good friends. I like them all. And there's not a doubt in my mind if I violate the law. And they have the opportunity to review the specifics of any violate any law. I may violate. I am going to be held to justice as well. I should be. I would not expect to ever be treated differently because of Personal relationships or fondness. Conversely, if there's somebody that they have a loathing of and they engage in conduct, that's questionable and it's not there. I know they're not going to charge and that's the way the law is supposed to work. That blind justice is something that I think It seems to me from my perspective that has deteriorated the last several years at an exorbitant rate. And I don't know if you're saying that in your practice or not, I think in all candor I don't see it because we don't want to hear that. We don't do you don't but in terms of the public Perception or tolerance for strictly be fixes Single decision. Yeah, no, I understand in your hand should not just we can't have that. And that's why Listen. I was appointed by President Trump..
"shasta county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The district is dragging its feet despite multiple health department, saying schools can safely reopen with precautions. The school district in the Board of Education seemed to have no plan for how or when in person instruction will begin for any of its students. School board president Gabriella Lopez says Herrera and mayor London Breed are playing politics with the suit. We have made progress, while the city and county has failed to provide the necessary tools for our city to safely return like testing and vaccines, she says. Everyone want schools to reopen and that this is embarrassing for the city. For the California report. I'm Katie are in Sacramento. Meanwhile, the head of the San Francisco Teachers union is calling the lawsuit divisive. Susan Solomon is president of the United Educators of San Francisco. She says the suit is an attack on the district. I am shocked that they would do this. I am shocked. It is a major distraction from the work that we are busy doing to try to reopen schools. Solomon says the union is infrequent talks with the district and is getting closer to an agreement on when and how teachers would return to the classroom. She says the city needs to help with that process, not get in the way. Well as new coronavirus. Cases and hospitalizations continue to fall. The Biden administration is working with the state to open to new vaccination sites in California cake you ladies. Laura Cliven has more Sites will be at the Oakland Coliseum and California State University, Los Angeles Governor Newsome said the locations were chosen intentionally. Equity is the call of this moment. The reason this site was chosen was the framework of making sure that communities that are often left behind are not left behind their prioritized in terms of the administration. Of these vaccines, Newsome said the state will not reallocate vaccine doses from elsewhere. Rather, the federal government will add additional ones up to 6000 day. The sites are slated to open in two weeks and will be co run by the federal and state government, and Newsome said People from the community will be hired to work there for the California report. I'm Laura Clive, UN's PG and E is facing new conditions on its federal probation prompted by the company's suspected role in starting a deadly fire in Shasta County last fall. Hey, Q Edie's Dan Bracke reports. U. S. District Judge William also has proposed requiring P. Jeannie to consider the presence of potentially dangerous trees near power lines. When it considers wildfire safety power shut offs also suggested the new probation conditions after last September Zogg fire near reading, which killed four people, caliph IRA investigators have focused on a pine tree that loomed over P genie power lines as the potential cause of the fire. The utility says the tree has been marked for removal but left standing Utility turned off power in parts of 15 counties at the time, the blaze started but not to the area of the dog fire also will decide a new probation conditions later this month for the California report. I'm damn Bracke..
"shasta county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Own cells. We could be right. We could be wrong. We can. Yeah, That's right. I think for myself that I do, too. I'm an individual. You will. But you know what? Listen, and so many people, you know are Dad's been on the radio for almost 60 years and And now at 90, almost 93 years old is is decided and kind of life is decided with him that it's time to stop. And so we looked at this whole thing. And we thought, you know what We got to just keep on talking. It's time for us to spread our wings and become whatever we're supposed to be in this radio world. And then all of a sudden this insanity ensues with the the complete insanity that kind of insanity, did you You didn't hear the audio from the police in Olympia, Washington, Repelling an armed takeover Red Lion Hotel by white supremacists. Listen to this. The housing rally that took place this morning at 11 apparently evolved or devolved into occupying the Red Lion. There are reports of a sort of intimidation, not necessarily violence, taking over the lobbying the front desk and the police responded a little bit later in the day, and we're sort of given the Or gave the all clear that it wasn't a Neve enter by force that the protests had sort of followed the same M O as the five Washington protest at the travel lodge, where they had purchased a night worth of lodging and then continued to stay taking the hard picking the man on convictions as a way to stay within the hotel. Believe that went on for a week at the Travel Lodge in five Washington, according to my group, calling themselves took home a housing and now this newly formed name Olympia housing now If you follow that same template. Which is not not unusual that you know what works in one municipality, so he gets through the grapevine and social media and gets repeated elsewhere. This apparently is not working in Olympia today, which is a tremendous break from the normal, gently, very muted response from local law enforcement not to say that they're not doing their jobs or year to provide a fair and safe law enforcement. But just simply that the Political climate in Olympia has been very permissive of protests and vandalism. Oh, wait. Hold up. I made a mistake. I said whites approves. It was antifa and T. If I took over a hotel and they've been doing it now they pay for one night lodging, and then they won't leave and the moral of the story is Don't trust Antifa. Did you hear that? It's like loving o'clock at night. The poor guy was out there reporting on this now on the next one and clip 15. We've got a new movement, and this time it isn't left us. It's rightists. It's called re Occupy Wall Street. And these protests were going on over the weekend by the New York Young Republicans club. Listen to this. They want they want us to build them out. They want Janet Yellen to make phone calls for them. They want to shut down trading. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding? If you did anything like that, in your day job, you'd be fired it on the street. But these schmucks in Wall Street and granted, wherever they are, they could do whatever the hell they want to do with no repercussions. Repercussions. Where's our $2000 check? Where's our money? They give us 600 bucks. These guys. They take billions from us Billions. We build them out in 2010. They're screwing us again. Today. They want their own little club where they can make money where they make the trades. They'll take your cash. Don't get me wrong. You going Robin Hood, You could buy your blue chips. You could buy your apple. You go by your Tesla. But don't you dare think you're gonna play fair with them? Don't you dare think you're gonna beat them at their own game with short squeeze. A short squeeze has Dunmore to put a finger up to the establishment than anyone ever has before. So God bless the short squeeze Ear's God bless Wall Street. That's because they took off. They took a sledgehammer to the establishment this past week. Don't you love the sound of young Republicans just getting out there and in the face of the scumbag people that are trying to rob America blind? I just love that, on their young to probably were in their twenties at least probably just young men out there telling the truth. David, you didn't By chance get the clip would be a great way to end the show today of the guy yelling at the school board. By any chance. Did you see that? I didn't see that 10. My gosh, I think I heard about it. Though. Every so often somebody gets madder than hell and can't take it anymore. Remember the guy that was in like Shasta County? We had him on the show. His video went viral when he told all the board. You know the city board members, you know that they were doing a horrible job, Everything else? Well, this guy yelled at the school board for his kids because kids are committing Suicide because you know it's horribly sad, but he yelled at them with with a certain righteous flavor in his voice. And said, You know, if you're not going to do your jobs, then get off the board and let us get on the board and take care of this because you're doing nothing. And it was like, Oh, my God, That was great. We need more of that in this country where people are really standing up, and but doing it right. You got to do it right. If you do it wrong, you're gonna look like a nutcase. And so yes, I love seeing that I love seeing people come out of their shell and because a lot of us we live in this little comfort shell that we build around our lives. We give ourselves the nicest things cars and houses and hot tubs and God knows what in clothing and jewelry and we get all comfortable until 2021 hits..
"shasta county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"10 this morning until three tomorrow afternoon. Morning Fog Sacramento Valley Mostly cloudy today. Good morning and welcome to Forum on Scott Shaver in today for Michael Krasny. Well, the investigation into how a violent mob was able to break through security last week and get into the U. S. Capitol continues, And it may take congressional hearings to uncover exactly what happened. But in some ways the whole event was foreshadowed the day before, right here in California at a meeting of the Shasta County Board of Supervisors in reading. Pro trump anti government residents came into the building threatening violence with guns and ropes. And now the FBI is warning about the possibility of armed protests in all 50 capitals between now and the inauguration of Joe Biden. It prompts us this morning to take a closer look at violent extremism here in California and the West, especially in rural parts of those states. Joining us are Scot Roddy is reporter with Capital Public Radio joins us from Sacramento. Good morning, Scott. Morning. Also joining us Hailey Branson pots from the L A Times She was up in reading of the day of that, or that meeting with the Board of Supervisors. She joins us from Los Angeles High, Healy. And also joining us is a C. Thompson. He's a reporter with Propublica and a frontline correspondent. His investigation of the white supremacist groups involved in the Charlottesville rally is featured. In the frontline documentary documenting Hate Charlottesville. Welcome Casey Thompson as well. Let me begin with you if I could Scott, you know, the capital up in Sacramento has been the site of protests for several months now going all the way back, I suppose to the anti gas tax protests. Thea anti vaccine protests, Aziz. Well as now some of the pro trump rallies and I'm just worrying what What is the mood up there? And what are you hearing on seeing from some of these groups? There have been weekly protests since the election, and that's been approached Trump supporters coming out, you know, advancing this notion that doesn't have any basis that the election was stolen. But those protests have been largely peaceful. But you also have groups such as the proud boys, the three percenters California militia. It's most of the proud boys, though, who are coming out as well, You know, with those protests and Often clashing with counter protesters on it was about eight weeks in a row that there was violence that some of these these protests, it was quiet over the holidays. But then just this past week on the same day that there was the attack on the U. S Capitol, there was once again a protest and once again some violent clashes as well so that that sense of tension and concern I think he's over the holidays, but it's now heightened again. After last week and especially heading into this weekend and looking ahead, clean operation and we heard a bit about the proud boys they've been involved in previous protest. President Trump alluded to that may even came up in one of the presidential debates. What is the nature of the proud boys in California? How spread out are they? How large, are they? I know you've talked to some of them. What do they tell you? You know, there are chapters all around California. Certainly their number of chapters appear. There's a pretty a sizable one up in the plaster county area. You know, there's some also in the Central Valley s. Oh, they're definitely present and and I was prevalent. You know what? I talked to them. Their founding, you know, was there founder was a white nationalist, and that was very much with their ideals were founded on, you Know, sort of seen a phobic. It's Immigration and so forth. When when I talked to individual members, they say, you know that they don't subscribe to those ideals. Necessarily. They know Don't they said that they're not racist. They're not xenophobic when you hear what are they? One of the four What are they against? They said that their fate therefore, family values that described a sort of family values is kind of a more e guess you could say traditional sort of family structure. They'll say that often, they said that their presence at these protests is to protect the First Amendment rights and ability to protest of the other protesters that were there. Both of those things, though you know, those words are often contrast or contradicted by their actions at some of these protests, For example, I mean, you'll hear you know people walking around that in multiple confrontations. I've heard things such as You know, someone who During conversation, someone who appeared to be Latino, probably, you know, said what? Where's your What's your Social Security number, alluding to your another beer and undocumented immigrants. So there is that rhetoric there in the confrontations and also, you know for the protesters, well, saying that they provide security. They're often going outside of these protests into the street, engaging in conflict with counter protesters, which is not security for a protest that activity What were you alluded to Excuse me? You alluded to violence before? Are they generally involved in that? I mean, where is the violence coming from? Who's instigating? You know, the violence is with counter protesters on bit's partner. Who's that? Exactly? Right. It's hard to lump them under under one umbrella. You know, it's some some adhere to kind of antifa ideology. Someone describe themselves more so, as you know, sort of Marxist or Communist bent. Others would describe this. This this black lives matter. Regardless through there to protest against the presence of Trump supporters. But moreover, the kind of far right wing groups such as the proud boys, and, you know, proud Boys will often go outside of this. Frankly, what's become a designated area of protests outside the Capitol, where police have actually formed perimeters around them to keep them contained to keep out counter. Protesters toe keep peace. Essentially, they'll move outside of this perimeter, engage with these counter protesters in the street, and that's when violence and sews on. But it's hard to pinpoint who threw the first punch who threw the first you know, firecracker or bottle or spray peppers for a first, but regardless, they are Actively seeking out these confrontations. And, frankly, counter protesters are willing to engage in a swell that Scott Rod reporter with capital public radio, and let me bring Hailey Branson pots in now, from the L A Times and Hayley. You were up in reading the day that this Board of supervisors meeting happened. I understand you weren't actually at the meeting, but I know you talked to people who were Describe what happened. Uh, still, essentially, they had a Board of supervisors meeting called for that day, and it was it was scheduled to be virtual..
All Things Considered
COVID-19 cases double at Northern California religious school
"To an evil evangelical college in Northern California have doubled over the last week to more than 270. Senior leader at Bethel Church in the city of Reading attracted attention this week for an instagram video criticizing masks as worthless K RCR TV reports that Chester County officials say the cases are tied to the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Shasta County has the highest positivity rate of new cases in California and health officials say the outbreak outbreak among students and staff at the school is why That's prompted state officials last week to restore more restrictions on restaurants, bars and other businesses there. Some Los Angeles voters are
Team investigating deadly California fire seizes PG&E equipment
"PG and E officials are reportedly under investigation in connection with a deadly Zogg fire in Shasta County. The Sacramento Bee reporting. PG and E filed a statement with the Public Utilities Commission saying Cal Fire investigators took possession of the utility company's equipment today. Firefighters are still battling the 56,000 acre blaze, which has claimed the lives of four people.
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
California wildfires: Glass Fire as seen by firefighters
"Have now claimed at least 30 lives this year after 1/4 victim was found in a town north of Sacramento. ABC is Kenya. Whitworth is in wine country firefighters racing to gain the upper hand on the glass fire north of San Francisco residents now returning to decimated communities hard hard to to see see our our neighborhood. neighborhood. It's It's the the school. school. I I went went to to grade grade school school out out be be gone. gone. But But the the positive positive is is that that we're we're all all here here and and sadly sadly north north of of here here in in Shasta County at the SOG fire, the death toll is rising. My condolences go out to fourth death that we've had a za result of this and areas that were badly damaged like this entire row of homes here completely destroyed. They're not out of the clear yet. Red flag warnings remain in effect until Friday. Today is the last day for Governor Gavin Newsom to sign the bills the past eight legislation into law. One of those bills, I'll provide independent, accountable and transparent oversight of police use of deadly force, as they say God's delays or not God's denials 3.5 years. Here we are, and, uh, and honored to now sign that bill didn't give now law here in the state of California A B 50 No
California wildfires force thousands to evacuate
"Two new wildfires in Northern California have forced thousands of people to evacuate. Law enforcement say three people have died in the SOG fire in Shasta County. Separately, the glass fired north of San Francisco has put more than 65,000 people under evacuation orders from member station Kake, Hedy Kevin Stark reports. Officials say the wildfire exploded in size at one point burning across four miles in about six hours. Hot winds drove the flames across Napa Valley, showering members on tinder dry vegetation, sparking more fire and destroying homes. Mark McGuire, a state senator from Sonoma County, said firefighters worked aggressively to save as many homes as possible. This fire is the biggest threat biggest threat to public safety. More than count for me when I remind folks is We do have significant fires across the state as difficult as last night was. Firefighters save much more than were lost. Winds have subsided, but the region is still dry, which will make this an active firefight for the foreseeable future.
True Crime Garage
The Kidnapping of Sherri Papini
"Thanksgiving Day November twenty fourth fourth two thousand and sixteen Keith Papina says he got up early that day and at four thirty am his cell phone rang now this call comes in and he says it's a number. He did not recognize so he didn't answer his phone. It's an unknown caller yeah then the home phone own is ringing to which he does answer the home phone and he told twenty twenty th it was his wife screaming in the background yelling his name and a police officer to which he could hear the officer telling the wife that she needed to be calm. She needed to calm down twenty two days as after she vanished Sherry papina turned up one hundred fifty miles away from her home she was found in Yolo county around four. Am I am on the side of an entrance ramp to the northbound I five highway. This is near county road seventeen a female motorist Chris Allison Sutton called police upon seeing a frantic woman roadside waving what she believed to be shirt now. Alison says she didn't stop because she wasn't certain that this whole situation was safe for her to sny she does this. Maybe a crazy person on the side of the road a second driver ever this was a truck driver he he did stop and he called police. Sherry Pechiney was found she was clothed in light gray race sweat pants and a dark gray sweatshirt. I point out what she was found in because this is not what she was wearing when she went missing there was there's also a chain wrapped around her waist and her left wrist was tether to the chain with a zip tie. According to the local papers specifically the Sacramento Bee and the redding record searchlight Sherry also had hose clamps around her ankles to which sergeant agent Brian Jackson said quote appear to have acted as pain compliance restraints is very important to understand that nearly everything anything we know about Sheri's ordeal and her release we know from her husband. Keith Sherry has never made a public statement statement. She is never she's not even appeared in public at all about this and the sheriff's office the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. They've only really addressed any of these circumstances regarding Sheri's ordeal possibly because they feel they've been forced to because of Keith's public statements we'll present what he says what key says and then we'll address. What if anything thing we actually know to be true so I'm GonNa paraphrase some of this stuff the follows but this is what Keith told old twenty twenty about Sheri's release? He says that she was bound that she had a chain around her waist. She had a bag over her ahead. He says he can't remember if it was her right or her left arm that was chained to the chain but one of her ours ars was chained to the chain and then the other hand was chained to something inside the vehicle and to be clear the interviewer wants to clarify and says this is to make sure that she didn't jump out of the vehicle to which he says yes now. He says at some point they hey cut something to free her restraint that was holding her to the vehicle then they pushed her out and they drove away Sherry had one hand hand free and took the bag off of her head and at this point. She has no idea where she is. She runs to a house to which she doesn't. I'd say she says to him that it didn't look to be like a good idea so she then ran to another building but couldn't get inside the building and that's when she chose to run to the freeway and how far away is she found from her actual home a hundred and fifty miles so quite a distance yeah and he goes on to tell twenty twenty that she's you know she's screaming. She's Coughing Ping. He says that she's coughing up blood and screaming trying to get people to stop you know get a vehicle to stop so they can help her but she tells him that she thinks that because of the chains the chain wrapped around her that maybe people thought she escaped from a prison or or escape from somewhere that you know the she was a bad person and maybe that's why they wouldn't stop so so she purposely tried to hide the chain to try to get somebody to stop and eventually we know that somebody did stop why I guess she was severely beaten as well aww she had a broken nose and she had bumps. It seemed like all over Faso that this could be an you know. I don't know if there was any dried blood blood or what the bruising situation would be but that that could startled somebody the twenty twenty broadcast they played a radio transmission that that summoned the ambulance to the scene where Sherry was found. You can hear radio chatter but what what I heard in there says attention station eight unknown medical problem. It's going to be north on. I five female needs medical attention. She is heavily battered attard. It's going to be some sort of assault now. Keith after the phone call he rushes to the Woodland Memorial Hospital this to see his wife Life Sherry. He says when he got to share his room he was horrified. He told Good Morning America quote nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to see upon my arrival at the hospital nor the details of the true hell I was about to hear my first sight of my wife in a hospital bed her her face covered in bruises ranging from yellow to black because of repeated beatings the bridge of her nose broken her now emaciated create a body of eighty-seven pounds was covered multicolored bruises severe burns Red Rashes and chain markings her signature long blonde blonde hair had been chopped off she had been branded and I could feel the rise of her scabs under my fingers and quote the Shasta County Sheriff's office well their information has been much less detailed than that of her husband and authorities actually expressed frustration that Keith revealed so much information to the media right because this is ongoing investigation so he says that her her injuries the way he describes it. This is pretty severe stuff right. Yeah the the thing that would kind of go against that is is this regarding the severity of her injuries. Sherry Pechiney was released from the hospital and went to a hotel hell with her husband that same day right and this according to the sheriff she was treated for her injuries and released just as someone would be see if they had sprained an ankle. That's what the Sheriff said Yeah but the Sheriff did say that they were were ecstatic to report fort that Sherry did she was located and had been reunited with her family right in but to be on the side of Keith and his wife look at some of these brutal. UFC fights people go five rounds twenty five minutes of punching each other in the face and kickin each each other in the shins and these guys barely can walk out of the octagon their faces look to form. They look awful. During the press conferences they go get checked out by the doctor and then they're they're sat away. The investigators from the Major Crimes Unit did speak with Sherry. This was briefly in the hospital and then they he did question her at length five days later after she recovered from these injuries. According to Sheriff Saco Sherry was quote. Oh cooperative and courageous in the intense and traumatic interviews with investigators he said Sherry reported the following. She said that she was abducted by two Hispanic women in a dark colored. SUV with large rear windows she had no other description of the vehicle goal and she could not identify on any video surveillance footage taken in the area around the time of her abduction note that the sheriff's chiefs office never came out and said that Sherry was definitely abducted while on her run we know that to be believed to be the case ace by her family beforehand all right. So what else have we done. Sherry only gives the officers a let's say vague description seven of her abductors right and she went on to tell police that she avoided looking at them so they would not beat her and that her head was covered for or some of the time that she was held captive and we don't know how dark it was in this place or anything yeah yeah there again. We have vague descriptions of everything because we're hearing this. This is what Sherry tells the police and this is what they have chose to release to to the public. She says that one of the women note. She says that she was abducted by two women one of the women had a long curly hair are thin eyebrows and pierced ears. She had a thick accent and she appeared to be between twenty and thirty years old about five foot put five inches tall suspect number two according to Sherry was older. Maybe forty to fifty years of age about five afoot seven and had straight black hair with some gray she had thick eyebrows and pierced ears both were armed with handguns John's. She said that the kidnappers drove for about two and a half hours non. Stop on the first day. The kidnappers spoke Spanish most of the time the female captors were the only two people with whom Sherry had contact with for the duration of her captivity but Sankoh confirmed this she was bound with this restraints when she was found and Jackson the other officer said that Sherry had been branded on her right shoulder older after and appeared battered and bruised they they actually think this branding was something like actually said something yeah yeah. The description I read was that the brand appeared to be a message rather than a symbol but whatever it is. It's unclear what it what it's intended the to be. I think they know what it is or at least the the rumors that I heard is they know what the messages they're not releasing that to the public okay I I had saw that it was illegible. They couldn't make anything out of it but I don't know that to be true so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa steer anybody the wrong the other way I mean that's pretty creepy that somebody would brand you and not just brand new with some symbol but some type of message Sherry told investigators is that she was not sexually assaulted. we do have investigators. That Dick did confirm that Sherry's hair was shoulder length when she was found now. I do want to point out that a lot of people suspected Sheri's exceedingly long hair was actually extensions that were may have just been removed. the the thing here to give the best description to those out there listening is that when she was found her hair was not what I would call short. It was just shorter it was it was shoulder length at the time now Sherry told detectives that just before she was released she could hear her captors. Having an argument it followed by a gunshot she said the younger of her abductors then took her from the room where she was being held captive drove her down a winding road and dropped dropped her off near interstate five a be on the lookout immediately went out for a dark colored SUV with two Latino Tino women but everyone acknowledged that in California that description well it didn't go very far on the day after Sherry was found her sister held a press conference and she was reading a statement that was prepared by Sharee and Keith
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Kurds opt out of first local elections in Syria since 2011
"In Syria, the Assad regime is holding municipal elections today. The first one since anti-government protests broke out across the country seven years ago, NPR's Lama alario reports pulse opened in government controlled areas on Sunday with more than forty thousand candidates competing for over eighteen thousand seats. It's the first municipal elections since the country descended into civil war Syrian troops are now back in control of more than two thirds of the country where most of the voting is taking place, but in the north the Kurdish lead self administration area is refusing to participate in the elections. It's officials say they wanna federal Syria that respects their atonomy from Damascus. Meanwhile. Syrian rebels in it live, which is their last. Major stronghold near Turkey are waiting for a potential government defensive to begin civilians are fleeing to areas near the Turkish border while world powers tried to negotiate a solution. Lemon lion. NPR news.
Three of California's Biggest Fires Ever Are Burning Right Now
"State fire officials say they're concerned more large fires could. Start in California in the coming days whether conditions in a large part of northern California are leading to another round of dangerous. Fire conditions through tomorrow night here's Cal fire battalion chief Jonathan Cox born another critical day. We have red flag warnings which means we have low relative humidity as we have high temperatures we have wind wind is always the outlier for us because anytime Wind and fire we get. Really unpredictable behavior and explosive growth new blaze in Shasta county, dubbed the hat fire tripled in size overnight that's on top of the car, fire which is burned more than one hundred. And eighty thousand acres in the area over the past several weeks the state's largest wildfire on record the Mendocino complex, in late lake Mendocino and collusive counties has. Scorched more than three hundred thousand.
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California wildfire becomes second largest in state history
"Rosa that has opened up some of just a small of slow down as. You approach the highway twelve intersection but it continues slow past. The twelve up to, college avenue and other than that no major incidents or. Accidents to report. At this time but check back we're going to have, another report at eight forty five and we'll see what's fresh then, Daniel Tracinda's now with your forecast Hot warm temperatures for this week today topping out at ninety five expected to. Get, hotter and. Certain inland areas seventy on the coast clear skies tonight low fifty four round ninety four tomorrow maybe just shy of that seventy, s on the coast temperatures this, morning in the fifties approaching sixty degrees in rohnert park fifty. Four Petaluma fifty four at sixty one in Guerneville fifty seven in Windsor and fifty six in Santa Rosa it is eight thirty eight at k SRO and let's go to the Mendocino complex fires now the. Second largest wildfire in state history just behind the Thomas fire. That happened down in, southern California last December and because there is only about. Eight thousand acres. Separating the two we have every reason to believe that, the Mendocino complex fire will become the largest foiled fire in cali- -fornia history the two fires have now destroyed over seven two hundred. Seventy three thousand acres that's the river and the ranch and the latest numbers this morning from Cal fire say there. Is a thirty percent total containment between the two fires and governor. Brown addressing the issue of the fire situation throughout California says it's not going to improve any time soon Trend new normal, and we've got to deal with in review Humanly financially and governmentally and yes, now the second largest fire in California history A Santa Rosa working alignment for PG any is dead twenty one. Year old Jerry is a yadda was killed in a vehicle accident on Saturday the utility. Says I was working, in rural Shasta county near the car fire restoring power when the accident happened a gofundme page set up. For to help his family has raised more than eighteen thousand dollars so far I bet that's gonna go up an investigation. Under way after a Sandra fell police officer shot a suspect with a knife it happened last night, about nine o'clock police cordoned off the streets in the area around Verde, street and they tried to talk the man down suspect went after the cops thirty minutes into the. Standoff prompting the officer to shoot officials say paramedics took the suspect. Marin, general he has potentially life threatening injuries Ed investigation that's more than a dozen arrests were made Sunday in Berkeley as alright demonstrators clashed with counter protesters in. The streets Mark Mayfield has more Police say, several, small fires were started and they confiscated things like rocks and hammers from protesters protest came just a day after another right wing rally in, Portland Oregon and a week ahead of the planned unite the right gathering in Washington, DC that, rally is, set to take place near the White House and it's being led by the same group behind last year's deadly chaos in Charlottesville Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio and. DMV expanding its hours once again and the. Several DMV offices around the state are going.
Shasta County, Redding California and Dallas County discussed on Killer Innovations
"Agenda dot com Eleven children living in squalid conditions in a remote, high desert compound in New Mexico have been rescued Dallas county sheriff. Jerry hungry they were skinny rib showed very poor hygiene very scared but they certainly warmed up to us the. Police officers the sheriff's deputies once we had the situation under control the father Sarraj were harsh was in possession of several weapons was arrested on shell abduction charges a seventh person. Has died in a car fire that has. Been raging through northern California for almost two weeks a utility? Worker was killed? In an accident Saturday while working in a remote part of Shasta county. Rose Garcia returned from Oregon to find her home still standing Very blessed very lucky but you can't help but feel. Guilty because there's a. Lot of people evacuation orders were lifted for some sections of Redding California some residents. Return after a, week to find, out if..
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Ohio Gov. John Kasich reacts to President Trump slam on LeBron James: 'We should be celebrating him'
"Twenty five some good news in the fight against. Wildfires in northern California Shasta county sheriff? Tom Cinco I'm. Glad to say that now the city of reading has all the areas, open it, has. Been repopulated and we're working. On some of those more difficult. Areas of the. County to get people back in fuel battling. Twin wildfires, with fifty five. Homes burn up and thousands of residents evacuated the. Two fires covering a larger area than the deadly wildfire in reading the car flare the largest and most destructive in, county history Ohio's governor John cage. Came to the defensive home LeBron James in his Twitter feud with President Trump that today the president tweeted insults about James intelligence hitting. He's Michael Jordan fan the tweet came days after James opened. A school in Akron providing food uniform transportation and college tuition for at risk children on ABC's this. Week case it says he. Supports James he's got forty one million dollars set aside to help kids go to college plus a. Bunch of other. Schools but I also disagreed with. The president because. You know what all around LeBron. I think a. Little better than MJ. Cincinnati biology teachers become the first American to Rossello across the North Atlantic Bryce, Carlson landed..
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California wildfires claim seventh victim, still spreading
"Garcia, Navarro good morning Venezuela's? Government says President Nicolas Maduro. Was attacked but is it true, we'll talk to Venezuela expert and here in the United States President Trump and his cabinet. Seem, to be saying different things. About Russia and its interference also Facebook shuts down fake pages we'll talk to one community activists who participated in a real life protest at the White. House organized by someone who may have been a Russian agent, plus a new documentary tells the secret. Sexual history of Hollywood and it sparked a. Lot of controversy it's Sunday August with twenty eighteen all that and the news. Is coming up next Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein in northern California, the nearly two week. Old car fire now covers more than. Two hundred forty one square miles and is just forty one percent. Contained and is Jefferson public radio's April Ehrlich reports. The blaze has killed a seventh person a Pacific Gas and electric company. Spokesman said, an employee, died while. Trying to restore power, in a rural area, of Shasta county the? Company has almost fully restored. Power in the city of reading, which was hardest hit by the fire when it became so hot that it generated a. Tornado, of flames and smoke the. Fire flared up again in the town of French culture over the weekend the fires northwest section in rural rough terrain is challenging firefighters they've almost contained. Half the fire spending tens of thousands of acres the Trump, administration declared a major disaster in California. The declaration opens up federal funds to help. Reading recover for NPR news I mean Ehrlich NATO says three service members from the Czech Republic have been killed by a suicide bomber in eastern Afghanistan three others an American and two Afghan. Soldiers are wounded NPR's Diaa Hadid reports the three killed with. Check servicemembers according to that country's interior, minister the Taliban claimed responsibility there. Was no immediate information on the state of the wounded service members they will on an early. Morning patrol with Afghan forces when the attack occurred it took place in the Parwan province which lies above Kabul last month an American soldier was killed and two others were wounded in an apparent insider attack the director of a Syrian research facility said to be, involved in that government's. Chemical weapons program has reportedly been killed. In a car bombing NPR's Ruth Sherlock reports appro regime newspapers calling. It an assassination as ease as better died when. His car exploded not far from his home near the central Syrian city. Of how The attack was quickly claimed by the abbot Amara brigades as Syrian rebel groups some of whose members have had connections to Al. Qaeda as, butter was the director of the Syrian scientific research center which western countries including the United States say. Has been involved in the Syrian, government's chemical weapons program. The US Britain and France launched missile strikes against a branch of the. Facility in April separately in southern Syria ISIS is reported to have killed a. Hostage the group holds dozens of people including women and children as it. Tries to negotiate with the regime for the release of its own prisoners with Sherlock. NPR news buried White House national security adviser John Bolton says the US had no involvement in an explosion in Venezuela last night as President. Nicolas Maduro was giving a speech the, Venezuelan government says it was a drone attack on Madero who blames it on far right groups associated with conspirators in the US and Columbia This is NPR from news I'm Jeremy Siegel fire officials say hot and. Dry conditions fueled many of the massive wildfires burning across northern California last night in Mendocino county crews continue to battle, to massive fires known as the Mendocino, complex, which have now burned nearly two hundred fifty thousand acres. Combined officials say those wildfires are thirty three percent contained a deadly wildfire burning in and around Yosemite national park. Exploded by nearly eight thousand acres last night. Officials say the Ferguson fire is now more than eighty nine thousand acres and thirty five percent contained and the car fire in Shasta county grew to more than, one, hundred fifty, four thousand acres. Overnight and it's forty one percent contained officials say a PG and e. worker died in connection, with the blazed yesterday men though. Park fire and Alameda County sheriff's department say they're sending drones areas where the car fire has destroyed more than a thousand homes Menlo Park fire Chief herald Schapelhouman says the drones are using mapping software and high, resolution photography to create. Interactive maps of. The area homeowners if, they haven't seen with their property it looks like they can see if, their properties still there an intact and if the, house has been destroyed Chappel home and says the homeowner can send images of it to. Their insurance company Meantime, police are searching for a twenty seven year old. Homeless man suspected, of stabbing, two people at a bar station in Oakland on Friday night. The incident started around eight PM when a fight. Broke out on a, Richmond bound train which then spilled out onto a platform at the MacArthur station one victim was. Cut on the arm the other on the, cheek both have been treated at a hospital and released here's Bart police. Deputy chief Lance hate safety is a, top priority for the, police department and for the district we're deploying officers on overtime To be a much more visible presence throughout the. System this is. The, latest violent incident on bar two weeks ago eighteen year old. NIA Wilson was stabbed and.
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Trump fires up crowd at Ohio rally for Troy Balderson
"Growing like devices carrying explosives detonated near Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro during a military event in an attempted attack on his life. We do still have we do still have significant Adora was unharmed by the explosions he blames right wing forces in Colombia and the United States President Trump held a, campaign style rally in Ohio and support of GOP congressional candidate Troy Baldursson Here's a special election there on Tuesday during the speech the crowd began to chant build that wall We've already started the. Car fire is still raging in California, but firefighters, are working hard to keep the blaze, under control and according to Cal fire information officer Heather Williams a lot of streets are still closed has to. Get road closures in the area Shasta county and the. City of reading and trinity county as well Up underway in central Massachusetts after a tornado tore through the town. Of Webster national weather service says. The twister downed trees, and power lines in Kent Ohio doctor doom entered the pro, football hall of fame rubber Brazil earned the nickname by playing. All one hundred forty seven games for, the Houston, Oilers in his tenure NFL career has, been inducted into the canton shrine knocked on my door all of my dreams came true and after all these Doctor doom inducted into the. Football hall of fame I'm barton Now on WBZ WBZ. Dot com. It's, eleven oh to from the WPA classic dodge of didn't, twenty four.
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"Is designed to pressure the north to give up its nuclear arsenal. Any violation that detracts from the world's goal of finally fully denuclearizing North Korea. Would be something that America would. Take very seriously North Korea foreign, minister re, young Ho's says his country will not. Be bullied into concessions he's demanding the. US undertake confidence-building measures, if negotiations, are to be successful Andy says both. Sides need to take phase steps something the US opposes palm remains optimistic the north will denuclearize but says the timetable remains a work. In progress I'm. Mike and whether or not helping firefighters in northern California's. Flames consume a lot of real estate and forced thousands from their homes Shasta county sheriff Tom Besancon says it's. Getting help from the national. Guard, they brought in soldiers to assist us and in support both with the roadblocks and in other assistance as. Well they've been a big help meanwhile you'll seventy national park could reopen Monday if conditions improve after. A twelve day closure due to nearby wildfires but officials say only if the Safety is the concern news. And analysis at townhall dot com Are.