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02:12 min | 10 months ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Like I said, we'll talk about the school stuff in the next segment, but great point. David, thanks for calling in. Let's check in with Celia, who is calling into the John McGuinness show. Hi, Celia. Thanks for calling. Hi, Kelly. Thank you. I think it's funny. Right now. We're talking about people in Texas. And they're all saying my body my choice. Unless, of course, I work for a company with 100 or more employees, in which case I'm going to be required to take a vaccine, which I may or may not want For a virus that will probably not even kill me. Mhm. I know it's uh It is very strange. You know, Like I said, just with the last caller too slippery slope, right? I mean, what? And then it's 100 employees or more. So, yeah, What would you do? I mean, what would you do if you're if you're against Getting vaccines in your employer said, Hey, you've got to do this or there's the door. That's that's whether I want whether I wanted or not. How can I suddenly now start to ask employees about their health care situation? Exactly. Yes, it's personal, right? Exactly. Yeah, so there's a lot to talk about. Today. We're going to be talking about this more on the show. We're going to be talking about vaccines for kids and then a little bit later. I have a really special guests. I'm going to bring on to really kind of give us an up close and personal. Look at what's going on with the wildfires. I feel like me. You're feeling helpless sometimes and want to donate. You want to help? And I've got a really great guy That's going to be on the show to talk about how we can help. Um folks who have lost their homes, folks that just really need us right now and know that our donations are going to be 100% directed to them. So what's going on? Hope you stay with us ahead today at the John McGuinness show will be right back after this. You can call him the Sheriff John McGinness and call 916 91 15 30 or 1 808 34 15 30 on kfbk. KFBK will broadcast vital information. It's already evacuation immediately. Evacuation orders Wildfires bring you up to date on the fire situation, Anyone coverage very swiftly. News 93.1 kfbk. Hey, it's John McGuinness. Here. It's August and Sacramento.

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And he certainly made an impact. And I, uh yeah, that's the nature of life. Serendipity that he is 54 year old Serge Emanuel Benoit shall met junior of Berkeley. The CHP won't be specific about the dust up, but she met Junior was charged with assaulting a public figure and resisting arrest, and we all have our different ways of expressing ourselves. Members of the governor's security detail removed Newsome from the situation show met was booked on $30,000 bail. The CHP is investigating John Lowe, Bertini. News, 93.1 KFBK KFBK talk show host and former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness explains the charges. I understand that it was a water bottle that was thrown at the governor and my strong suspicion is that it was a good faith effort to hit the governor with the water bottle, but it missed there you have. Therefore you have an assault had he connected. It would have been a battery, which carries greater consequences. But an assault is just an attempted battery. The man was booked on a pair of charges and bail was set at $35,000. McGuinness goes on. He also interfered with the executive duty of the governor of the state of California. The governor was visiting small businesses along Washington Street in a section of old Oakland when the incident happened. No injuries were reported. Whenever a temporary restraining order against the City Council woman's new hires been denied he's finding a countersuit in Superior Court KFBK Snecma God has has the details. The request for the restraining order stems from perceived threats made by Katie Valenzuela's staffers. Skylar Henry against Sacramento's mayor and city manager. You should be terrified for the rest of your life. You should never be able to leave your house if that is how Manager. The restraining order against Henry would have prevented him from entering City Hall. Now he's filing what's called anti slap litigation against the city. Henry tells the Sacramento Bee. His comments were blown out of proportion. I felt like it was an overreaction. I want to be really careful because I don't I don't want to discount or discredit anybody's feelings, Safety or fear, Valenzuela tells CBS 13. This is just the beginning. The reason..

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's 6 17 the top national story, though today an indictment for one of the police officers involved in the shooting death of Briana Taylor today. The one officer who was fired over that shooting. Brett Hankinson has been charged with wanton endangerment. Meantime, protesters air turning out and Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher says the city has already enacted police reforms in response to Taylor shooting and the fired the officer who was charged grand Juries conclusions confirmed our decision to terminate Officer Hankerson from the Louisville Metro Police Department. On June 23rd. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is now urging people not to react to the verdict with violence. And I spoke earlier with Kate McKay talk show host and former sack, No county Sheriff John McGinness for some reaction. I think there's um you mentioned it. There is some very, very critical things that the general public needs to know. First of all, this was not a no knock warrant. Nor was it executed under no knock circumstances, according to independent witnesses, Per the attorney general. The officers did announce their presence as that is a bit of game changer. The other thing that was testified to by the shooter. The boyfriend of the decedent, Miss Taylor was that he was the first one to fire shot. He shot the office of one of the Officers actually striking Sergeant Mattingly in the leg. And that was what prompted the return of gunfire was the Kentucky Law and the grand jury and the attorney general found to be lawful conduct on their part, the reckless or the wanton endangerment component on the part of the now former officer. I think there is some evidence in that regard as to the lack of target discipline that he displayed. He was shooting at what he didn't know. The good news on that score is that his bullets did not hit anybody was in an adjacent apartment and, of course, civil litigation. Has been initiated there. I still believe the prosecutors have their work cut out even with the charge of wanton endangerment, Alright and getting that is a former sheriff John McGinness, current KPK talk show host. Let's get more reaction here. Joe Michael's vice president, nominee Kamala Harris, saying Briana Taylor's family deserves justice. The California senator speaking out on Capitol Hill this afternoon after finding out a Kentucky grand jury indicted a Louisville police officer on criminal charges, but not for her death..

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A controversial no knock warrants. We're going to talk about that momentarily at her home late at night on March 13th AH Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has been urged, urging people not to react with violence well, KPK talk show host and former Secondo County Sheriff John McGinness sticking around after his show and John, I know you've been talking a lot about this, So I think there's um you mentioned that there's some very, very critical things that the general public needs to know. First of all, this was not a no knock warrant. Nor was it executed. I don't know. Knock circumstances, according to independent witnesses, per the attorney general, the officers did announce their presence. That is a bit of game changer. The other thing that was testified to by the shooter. The boyfriend of the decedent, Miss Taylor was that he was the first one to fire shots. He shot the office of one of the officers actually striking Sergeant Mattingly in the leg. And that was what prompted the return of gunfire was the Kentucky Law and the grand jury and the attorney general found to be lawful conduct on their part. The reckless or the wanton endangerment component on the part of the now former officer. I think there is some evidence in that regard as to the lack of target discipline that he displayed. He was shooting at what he didn't know. The good news on that score is that his bullets did not hit anybody was in an adjacent apartment. Of course, civil litigation has been initiated there. I still believe the prosecutors have their work cut out, even with the charge of wanton endangerment, well, critics and the protesters, Everybody who has is taking issue with this indictment say that nobody is taking having any responsibility for Brianna Taylor's death. When I think the reality is the city of Louisville has paid $12 million to the decedent's family, and one officer now has been indicted by a grand jury. Understand this is a citizen grand jury that made this decision is not the decision of the attorney general of the local district attorney. It is the grand jury that heard the evidence. They've heard evidence that we have not heard a lot of clarification of myth that has taken place now across the country through social and other media. And so I think it's appropriate to give respect to the system and allow it to work my home. My sincere hope is that the judge directs the attorney general to disclose the content of the witness testimony that was presented before the grand jury, and I think that's likely to occur. One more quick question who ordered this? Because this obviously was the way they were going after the wrong person When they went well, she did have a connection to it. She was the former love interest of the tar the primary target on this narcotics one and she had in the Past received contraband via mail Another delivery to that home. So it was the belief was that that he may be there the contraband. Maybe there was not. She was not the subject. She was 10 generally involved in this. And while she seems to be a nice person who has done the right thing in recent times, her hands are not entirely clean in terms of her prior conduct in conjunction with the target of this warrant. Okay. Okay. Pick a talk show host Former Sheriff John McGinness. Thank you. Yes, it's for 05. Now, let's get more news here with Joe Michael's Kitty vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris is saying Briana Taylor's family deserves justice. The California senator, speaking out on Capitol Hill this afternoon after finding out of Kentucky grand jury indicted a Louisville police officer on criminal charges, but not for her death..

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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04:18 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kitty O'Neil kfbk Afternoon news on news 93.1 kfbk Now trending Good afternoon. I'm Aubrey, you know, filling in for Kitty O'Neil this Friday afternoon at news 93.1. Hey, and we have some breaking news around 4 30. This afternoon, we learned that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away at age 87 from pancreatic cancer. We will, of course, be continuing to cover this on our website kfbk dot com and we will be hearing shortly from President Trump and his remarks regarding the passing of sitting Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who again died today at age 87. And we're now going to revisit my conversation with KFBK talk show host and former Sacramento County Sheriff McGinnis on his reaction to the passing of sitting Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who again died today due to complications of pancreatic cancer. Now this is just It's a major major development and obviously first and foremost, this is the passing of a human being. We're goes what a person may think about her decisions on the court. She wasn't achieved accomplished woman. And I think we should all hope for her peaceful transition. But it is also an enormous political issue that I think will bring justice. You, Khun absolutely foresee and anticipate what's on the horizon. My strong suspicion is that President Trump will move forward. With the nomination to replace her, and my belief is my perception is that every day, Mitch McConnell wakes up. With a passionate desire to to shape the future of the court, and so notwithstanding the Merrick Garland decision of about four years ago, the lower four years ago. I think that's very, very likely, and you can anticipate that between the president and Senator McConnell, they will move forward. I think it's probably wise to look at, but Justice Amy Cockney Barrett Barrett as a likely pick. She is known to be on the president's short list, and she's a distinguished scholar. No doubt about it. She still Teaches part time at Notre Dame and practices. I'm sorry, she's she's on the seventh circuit in Indiana, so she is well established, and she has enjoyed the support of liberals and conservatives alike. In fact, when she was Ultimately appointed to the seventh Circuit, every single one of the 34 law clerks with whom she worked. Obviously, liberals and conservatives supported her. So I think that would be ah, somebody to watch very, very closely, but it will be an extraordinarily hot politically. Debated issue. I believe you and I'm actually on that note. I'm I'm seeing that apparently just days before Ruth Bader Ginsburg death today, she did dictate a statement to her granddaughter quote, saying. My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed. End quote and we're 46 days. I believe until the election, so this seat is is going to be now one of the top. Most discussed debatable things as we head toward the election, and there's no doubt about it. And this is I think you will see a completely different reaction of this on the part of Senator McConnell. And just just to be very candid. I thought it was improper the course of action that was taken when married Garland with the nominee while President Obama was still president. I can't say I'm unhappy with personal perspective with the outcome. Nonetheless, you can only have one president at a time, and I think the president's responsibility and the Constitution is too. Nominate justices of the highest court and for the Senate to take it up. So I would anticipate that you'll see many reverse arguments in this go around, and I certainly don't know, but I would look for a likely pick to be justice. Tony Barrett. I think it's very, very likely. And you were just listening to an earlier conversation I had with Sheriff John McGinness on his reaction to the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Of course, we will continue to keep you covered. Right now. We are keeping an eye on whether or not or when President Trump will be giving his reaction to her passing, But for now, we're going to take a look at the roadways..

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And so we have been keeping up with that. We actually have Sheriff John McGinness joining us by phone right now. John, Can you hear me? Good afternoon. So just in this last hour, we're learning that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away. Many people very shocked right now. We knew she had been sick and she'd been Battling with different health issues, but but we didn't know she was going to take a turn for the worse Now this issue is a major major development and obviously first and foremost, this is the passing of a human being. We're goes to what a person may think about her decisions on the court. She wasn't achieved accomplished woman. And I think we should all hope for her peaceful transition. But it is also an enormous political issue that I think will bring. Just just you, Khun absolutely foresee and anticipate what's on the horizon. My strong suspicion is that President Trump will move forward. With the nomination to replace her, and my belief is my perception is that every day, Mitch McConnell wakes up. With a passionate desire to to shape the future of the court, and so notwithstanding the Merrick Garland decision of about four years ago, the lower four years ago. I think that's very, very likely that you can anticipate that between the president and senator of a colony will move forward. I think it's probably wise to look at, but Justice Amy Cockney Barrett Barrett as a likely pick. She is known to be on the president's short list and she distinguished scholar, no doubt about it. She still teaches part time at Notre Dame and practices. I'm sorry she's safe on the seventh circuit in Indiana, so She is well established, and she has enjoyed the support of liberals and conservatives alike. In fact, when she was Ultimately appointed to the seventh Circuit, every single one of the 34 law clerks with whom she worked. Obviously, liberals and conservatives supported her. So I think that would be a Ah, that's somebody to watch very, very closely, but it will be an extraordinarily hot politically. Debated issue. I believe you and I'm actually on that note. I'm seeing that apparently just days before Ruth Bader Ginsburg death today, she did dictate a statement to her granddaughter quote, saying. My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed. End quote and we're 46 days. I believe until the election, so this seat is going to be now one of the top. Most discussed debatable things as we head toward the election. And there's no doubt about it. And this is you think you will see a completely different reaction of this on the part of Senator McConnell. And just just to be very candid, I thought it was improper. The course of action that was taken when Merrick Garland was the nominee. While President Obama was still president. I can't say I'm unhappy with personal perspective with the outcome. Nonetheless, you can only have one president of time and I think the president's responsibility and the Constitution is to nominate justices of the highest court and for the Senate to take it out. So I would anticipate that you'll see many reverse arguments and this go around and I certainly don't know, but I would look for a likely pick to be justice. Tony Barrett. I think it's very, very likely. All right, Sheriff John McGinness want to thank you for calling in and getting us some of your thoughts on this breaking news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at age 87. And right now it is 5 20. Let's take a look at the Friday roadways..

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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04:23 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here are the final numbers today. The Dow Jones Industrial Average up 3 27 at 27 9 93 NASDAQ of 203 and 11,056, the S and P of 42 points or one and a quarter percent. Gold today Up 21 of 1969 Announced 10 Year bond Yield 100.67% All right, our thanks to Kelly there, it's 6 22 now kfbk. A follow up on those two police officers in Compton, a 31 year old mother in a 24 year old male still in critical condition after being ambushed and shot at close range with no provocation on Saturday night. I got some commentary from former SEC. No Sheriff John McGinness on this story has not been released is the fact that the female deputy in this particular case, by the way, these two officers air Classmates having graduated from the academy 14 months ago. They're both relatively new. She both of them had been struck by gunfire. She actually applied a tourniquet to her male partner, and in the final analysis, I think there's a high degree of probability that that course of action that she took after having been shot. Well, ultimately be a part of what will save his life. Thank God for that. Thank God for her valor, but this incident itself. I think that there is no word sufficient to describe exactly how horrific it is. And frankly, no words are needed in terms of the exact nature of what this person acting in concert with somebody else who helped him to facilitate his escape. What they did. It is absolutely horrific. But what I see as shocking and appalling is the aftermath. The reaction to it when you have protesters, sufficiently organized to show up at the hospital nearby, where the deputies were being treated, actually blocked the entryway and what appears to be an overt, intentional effort to to limit the ability for them to receive treatment, medical treatment to save their lives. And, in fact, begin chanting, calling for expressing hopes that they die that they don't recover and threatening other uniformed deputies that are at the scene that they may be next. In addition to that, that's I mean that's street level behavior, which, I suppose shouldn't be shocking to anybody but the city manager in Lynwood. Which is the city where the hospital is. This is a very, very densely populated group of relatively small cities, each of whom contract with the sheriff's Department for police Services, But the city manager from Linwood Actually articulated support for the cause that that caused these officers to be injured, and in fact used the term the chickens have come home to roost. So the extraordinary nature of the aftermath to this and quite honestly the delimited Exposure has gotten in the media. It has been covered, but not to the extent that the same event would have been covered in past years. By the way, the Lynwood City manager who made that remark about the chickens coming home to roost, there has been a lot of controversy surrounding that and calls for him to resign. Did you have a pole going? What do you think should is that something that should be cause for resignation? Should there be any consequences? That's your poll. Question kpk dot com. The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil Where we do have the full interview with John McGuinness. And by the way, I one other thing from that interview, the reward has now increased to $175,000. For that suspect, and I asked him what impact a reward like that would have in helping to solve the case. Under normal circumstances, I would say that it would be profound. $100,000 is a lot of money to drag through. Ah, frankly, poverty stricken community looking for information, But what forces may be at play to support people who have engaged in this violence is frankly. Not known by me. So the possibility that there are ah, potentially additional offers of compensation or are other rewards for people who don't comply and and threats against those who do. And that to reward did go up since the time attacked him. He mentioned the $100,000. As I said, it's now up to $175,000. But Nevertheless, the same points I apply. I was suspect that's again former KPK Ah, excuse me. Former Sakamoto, Sheriff John McGinness and current KPK talk show host and his full remarks are available right.

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05:00 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"N B A and baseball the market just keeps chugging along, you might say, Let's check the final numbers Tao of 1 61 a 28 6 53. Which is just about where we were on January 2nd of this year. NASDAQ Up 17 11 6 95 the S and P F 23 points or 6/10 of 1%. Gold up 40 in 1972 Announced 10 Year Bond Yield 100.72%. All right, Thank you. Kelly and another look at my conversation here with former Secondo County Sheriff and KP. Hey, talk show host John McGuinness protests last night in Sacramento. Of large, peaceful one and then a destructive one more in the category of a riot. What is going to happen tonight? And what is the stance of law enforcement and city officials? We have Sheriff John McGuinness, who's sticking around after his case, pick a talk show. So welcome back. Yes. Here. Yes. So we had government buildings targeted last night and some destruction. But no arrest Last night. No rest last night, which I think is disturbing. And maybe a different effort experiment undertaking by the city of Sacramento. Mom, I'm a little bit of a loss to understand that we'll see what comes of it. But you did hear a pretty clear. I think the unequivocal message from the sheriff today. You indicated that he will have resource is he'll have troops in the city of Sakamoto protecting at least the county government buildings that exist within the city of Sacramento Footprint and accompanied by that was a message from the district attorney to which you alluded earlier. Which I think that many people appreciate it on. She made a promise that if cases are brought to her office, they will prosecute them. People who violate the law in this in Sacramento will feel the full brunt of the law. That is an absolute distinction from what's happening in King County and Clackamas County, up in Washington and Oregon, respectively, Seattle in Portland, where the prosecutors have said they're not going to prosecute. Would they turn nonviolent crimes? Some of the list of criminal activity that they cite, frankly does rise to the level of violent crime. And of course, much of that is, frankly, I think up to the people who are victims of it, whether or not it's a violent crime. Somebody terrorizes a person in a public place makes them feel fearful for their safety. There is an element of violence within that. So I think, as you allow those kinds of things to go unchecked. You can rest assured that there will be more of that kind of behavior in the future, not less. I don't want to see that happen in second and I'm very, very, very heartened to hear that the two top Criminal justice officials in this county are taking a very bold firm step and and you can anticipate Kitty. I think one of the concerns I have is you will see arrest made tonight that will be captured on video. And people will try to exploit that video image as a means by which Teo to excoriate law enforcement. There you go again, taking down harshly, somebody who has been involved in a violation of law. But perhaps they were misguided in just trying to express themselves the public really truly need to support that law enforcement effort. Or the cause will be lost. I fear so I'm hopeful. I sense from the communication from abroad Cross section the public that they want Justice brought to bear. And I hope that happens. And I think in this case, as we've done with every protest in recent memory here is to make the distinction between people who are exercising their right to peacefully assemble and right. Okay, But then we do have this segment and we have heard John and I don't know if you have the information you can share that It is a certain group of outsiders. Also coming in. Yeah, I think there's a very reliable information that I will tell you. I have been told by law enforcement was not without any promise to keep it to myself. For. Frankly, I would never do get disclosed, But it does. Yes, there are people coming from out of the area. Portland has specifically been identified. There's a local Antifa group, but they're also reaching outside the area and these people are coming in. So yes, everybody, everybody in law enforcement, the justice system has said, and they want to make it clear. This is not about Infringing upon people's right to assemble and protest. But I'm going to throw another element into that. And just ask the question. Do you think if you're doing that, that you might possibly be helping, unwittingly, not that you can't know that you're not allowed to do it? What is that serving a good purpose of this juncture when you have a group of people who have identified themselves in fact, part of the statement they shared last night was that if you don't want to be arrested tonight, leave because that was their goal. That was their state of mind that we're going to engage in acts of overt lawlessness. To incur arrests. So ifyou're peacefully protest ng are you perhaps providing an opportunity for those who are less peaceful again? You have a right to do it. But is it wise? Not everything that we're allowed to do represents wisdom. Think about it. All right, Sheriff John McGinness there. I had former sheriff and current talk show host. Thank you. Changes in Kobe Classic eight classifications from the governor today we'll have more ahead on that's on news 9 to 3.1 kfbk in life everywhere on the I. Heart radio at New stories don't just happen. Then go away. They evolved and as they do, we keep track so you can keep up Come back 345 times a day for the latest.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Everything that we're allowed to do represents wisdom. Think about it. All right, Sheriff John McGinness there. I had former sheriff current talk show host. Thank you. It's for 28 kfbk traffic and weather together And let's get to that. Now. Here's Dana has ever IDed by the roses, a lot of mall and right now downtown split. You're looking at 10 minutes on eastbound Cap City. It is especially heavy as it always is in midtown westbound going beast long ago coming in from El Camino Avenue to the river and split the Roseville nine minutes out there and more slowing because of that accident at Penrose to deal with that's going to last for a while. Downtown. L grow 14 minutes on high five in about 12 minutes on 99. It's an 18 minute. Right at Folsom. He's bound 50 no issues to deal with downtown, a woman about 16 minutes on north out the Davis It's going to be a nine minute ride on a westbound 80 eastbound 80, a much slower from 1 13 all the way to just pass Mace Boulevard. Now is the time to say that the giant Labor day sales event at the Roseville autumn all of great financing. Plus huge factory discounts Right now's a great time to save thousands on that perfect ride. This is the Labor Day sales. You don't want to miss the Roseville autumn, all driven to be the best traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 camp Ikea. Tonight. Hazy air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups through late Sunday night with a low 59 63 tomorrow hazy sunshine and warm with a high 92 94 Mackey Weathers, Gregory Patrick News any 3.1 kfbk..

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's a tiered approach based on both the coven 19 case rate and positivity rate and allows counties to reopen businesses as conditions improve. Counties have to meet qualifications for 14 days and then wait an extra seven before moving to the next year and a chicken plant in central California for said getting shut down after hosting one of the largest covert 19 outbreaks in the state. At least 358 foster farms employees have tested positive for the virus, and eight have died. It's for 16 aout KFBK protests last night in Sacramento. Of large, peaceful one and then a destructive one more in the category of a riot. What is going to happen tonight? And what is the stance of law enforcement and city officials? We have Sheriff John McGuinness, who's sticking around after his KPK talk show. So welcome back. Yes. Here. Yes. So we had government buildings targeted last night and some destruction. But no arrests Last night, no rest last night, which I think is disturbing. And maybe a different effort experiment undertaking by the city of Sacramento Mom a little bit of a loss to understand that we'll see what comes of it. But you did hear a pretty clear. I think the unequivocal message from the sheriff today. You indicated that he will have resource is he'll have troops in the city of Sakamoto protecting at least the county government buildings that exist within the city of Sacramento Footprint and accompanied by that was a message from the district attorney to which you alluded earlier. Which I think that many people appreciate it on. She made a promise that if cases are brought to her office, they will prosecute them. People who violate the law in this in Sacramento will feel the full brunt of the law. That is an absolute distinction from what's happening in King County and Clackamas County, up in Washington and Oregon, respectively, Seattle in Portland, where the prosecutors have said they're not going to prosecute. Why would they turn nonviolent crimes? Some of the list of criminal activity that they cite, frankly does rise to the level of violent crime. And of course, much of that is, frankly, I think up to the people who are victims of it, whether or not it's a violent crime or somebody terrorizes a person in a public place. Makes them feel fearful for their safety. There is an element of violence within that, So I think, as you allow those kinds of things to go unchecked. You can rest assured that there will be more of that kind of behavior in the future, not less. I don't want to see that happen in second and I'm very, very, very heartened to hear that the two top Criminal justice officials in this county are taking a very bold firm step and and you can anticipate Kitty. I think one of the concerns I have is you will see arrest made tonight that will be captured on video. And people will try to exploit that video image as a means by which Teo to excoriate law enforcement. There you go again, taking down harshly, somebody who has been involved in a violation of law. But perhaps they were misguided in just trying to express themselves the public really truly need to support that law enforcement effort. Or the cause will be lost. I fear so I'm hopeful. I sense from the communication from abroad Cross section the public that they want Justice brought to bear. And I hope that happens. And I think in this case, as we had done with every protest in recent memory here is to make the distinction between people who are exercising their right to peacefully assemble and right. Okay, But then we do have this segment and we have heard John and I don't know if you have the information you can share that It is a certain group of outsiders. Also coming in. Yeah, I think there's a very reliable information that I will tell you. I have been told by law enforcement was not without any promise to keep it to myself. For. Frankly, I would never do get disclosed, But it does. Yes, there are people coming from out of the area. Portland has specifically been identified. There's a local Antifa group, but they're also reaching outside the area and these people are coming in. So yes, everybody. Everybody in law Enforcement of Justice system has said, and they want to make it clear. This is not about Infringing upon people's right to assemble and protest. But I'm going to throw another element into that. And just ask the question. Do you think if you're doing that, that you might possibly be helping, unwittingly, not that you can't know that you're not allowed to do it? What is that serving a good purpose of this juncture when you have a group of people who have identified themselves in fact, part of the statement they shared last night was that if you don't want to be arrested tonight, leave because that was their goal. That was their state of mind that we're going to engage in acts of overt lawlessness to incur arrests. So if you're peacefully protest ng, are you perhaps providing an opportunity for those who are less peaceful again? You have a right to do it. But is it wise? Not everything that we're allowed to do represents wisdom. Think about it. All right, Sheriff John McGinness there. I had former sheriff current talk show host. Thank you. It's for 28 kfbk traffic.

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"Traffic is backed up all the way this year College Boulevard, so that's going to cause a delay. If you're heading up to the high country, it's a lot of people apparently are Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Night hazy request that he will be unhealthy for sensitive groups through late Sunday night with a low 59 63 hazy sunshine for Saturday, quite warm with a high 92 94, Mac, you others Gregory Patrick News and 3.1 Kfbk 95 in Eldorado Hills 97 in Rancho Cordova. And in, uh, let's check Loomis 97 degrees there at 401. Protesters with the group and TIFA. Sacramento broke windows and spray painted graffiti on several government buildings downtown last night. Keep case. My blunt has this report. I called with the downtown Sacramental partnership, says Overall, the damage was not as significant as it was in previous protest. We've seen some images with some of the event a couple of months ago, all says business owners and down Town support the message of black lives matter but not the destruction of property. We just are very concerned that doesn't necessarily need to translate into those that are opportunistically looking at this. The place to vandalize and impact a very special place to a cleanup crews were out Friday morning to assess the damage and make repairs. More protester anticipated Over the weekend. Mike Blunt news 93.1 kfbk. And we will go further in depth on planned protests in Sacramento tonight. Joe Michaels will be with us at 4 47, and we'll also hear from Sheriff John McGinness. Former sheriff McGinnis coming up at 4 17. Meantime, an impromptu press conference from current Sack, No county Sheriff Scott Jones this afternoon struck a new tone for the protesters who plan to damage and vandalized Sacramento. Speaking outside the county jail in downtown Sacramento, Jones says, seeing his team we're prepared for tonight. They are but not without help. I reached out to the Office of Emergency Services requested additional resources, including the National Guard. Tonight there will be scores of additional officers available to maintain order come from around the region tomorrow. Oh, yes. And the National Guard stand ready to supply us with additional resource is if it is necessary. Sacramento County District Attorney Shubert's office released that they will be fully prosecuting anyone arrested and Sheriff Jones says they stand by the D A. Now our job is to make those arrests for criminal behavior and rest assured We will. We have plenty of room in this building behind me. Just last night. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said He encouraged law enforcement to make arrests on the spot if anyone caused damage or Vandals into the city. However, we're learning that no arrests were made. And again, we'll be talking with the Sheriff John McGinness about this shortly. 403 now kfbk. Other big news today. Governor Gavin Newsom rolling out a new re opening system this afternoon to replace the old States Corona virus monitoring list now to a uniform framework. One that provides for tears. Newsome talks about which metrics will now be used for the reopening guidelines. Intestine positivity will be the new, simple metrics that will determine movement. Within these tears, case rights number of individuals per population cohort Beit 1000, or 100,000 that test positive the percentage Of people that get a test that test positive. The positivity rape right, so the loosening are tightening of restrictions will not be based on case rate and test positivity. The categories include minimal, moderate, substantial and widespread risk. And he's got them yellow, orange, red and purple for the worst. And as of Friday, 38 of the 58 counties, Aaron the widespread area, the tears will determine indoor operation capacity for businesses. Regions have to meet the new criteria to be able to move to the next level. Weekly assessments will be done and we'll go further in depth on these new guidelines with Kate the case Tim Lance, and we'll do that coming up. It for 23. Meantime, it's four or five at KFBK AFB, California Wildfire watch weather is helping crews working to contain northern Kela wild wild fires that have scorched more than one and a third million acres more.

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05:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Antifa. Rioters struck overnight in downtown Sacramento. Dozens of them are dressed in black and war face coverings as they smashed windows and spray painted buildings, including City Hall, the county's sheriff's department and the district attorney's office. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg vase that those who were caught will be prosecuted. We will hold those who destroy property fully accountable, and we will encourage our law enforcement authorities to everything they can to prevent the destruction or damaged a hardworking businesses, including arrest on the spot. Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness who have coast or, of course, hosts a show here on K P K at three o'clock every afternoon. Says the mayor should live up to his word. If there are no consequences brought to bear than it's a tacit encouragement for more of that kind of conduct. So the entirety of the justice system has to be prepared to engage and make a clear, unwavering statement that this will not be tolerated here, and there will be consequences. If it occurs. A local television reporter had his cellphone ripped out of his hands by a demonstrator. Others used umbrellas to block television crews from filming the destruction. The Oakland A's game against the Texas Rangers was cancelled last night. Players refused to take the field. To protest the police shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin Cave Becase Angelica Obi Johan reports. These confirmed that they will not be taking the field, writing in a statement that they're trying to help raise awareness about social issues following the shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Yesterday, the sports world saw a number of protests by players from several different leagues. The Milwaukee Bucks refused to take the court and all the remaining nb playoff game scheduled for the day were cancelled The MLB game scheduled for Wednesday. We're also postpone, including the Giants and die Agers. The A's have the American League's best record so far this season. Angelico B O Hot news 93.1 kfbk this morning the N BA playoffs are scheduled to resume, according to multiple reports. The players are set to play again after leaving the court and refusing to play Wednesday. Following the shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin players met Thursday they decided to resume action and we are told by insiders that it will happen on Saturday. California has launched a $30 million program to help parolees after they leave prison KFBK sneaking megahits reports The returning home well initiative will provide services to inmates released since July, 1st. The state will be providing half the money to help former inmates find housing jobs, health care, transportation and treatment. The other half will come from various foundations and philanthropies. Nikola Goddess News 93.1 calf can 705 That means it is time for the featured audio clip this hour, and this is something we will clearly be talking to Gary Dietrich about when he joins us in just about 10 minutes From now, the next big event in the presidential campaign will be the debates between President Trump and Joe Biden. If there is one. Now. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the Joe Biden should not debate President Trump. It is our featured audio clip this hour. I myself just don't tell anybody. I told you this Specially don't spend the last four years. I don't think reversing the damage suits. I do not think that the president of the United States has comported himself in a way that anybody and has any association with truth. Evidence, data and facts. I wouldn't I wouldn't Legitimise a conversation with him. Nor a debate in terms of the presidency of the United States. So this has been the elephant in the room for many, many weeks about whether or not Joe Biden will or should debate President Trump or not. Now, there are three debates that are scheduled officially from the Democrat Party. We're hearing Yes, the debates are going to take place, but for the very first time we heard the speaker of the house. One of the leading Democrats in this country, saying Joe Biden should not debate him period. And I mean, you just heard why she said that because she wouldn't dignify Donald Trump. Is that? Really? Why? I mean, I don't. I don't know if we have to talk to Gary Dietrich about this. Gerry's coming up here at 7 15. And what is his reading What Nancy Pelosi just said. And obviously we're going to talk to me about what we heard from President Trump. You accept the nomination last night at the White House. But this is the first time that we've anybody said it out loud. I want to know what's going on behind the scenes. If Gary has talked to any of his contacts in Washington, D. C. Some of the analysts may be here in the Sacramento capital of California. What some of the people are saying behind closed doors about whether or not Joe Biden's gonna quote come out from the basement. We'll see right? We shall see. Okay. All right, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk from ABC News. I'm.

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05:53 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stories that are trending on this Friday morning, and TIFA rioters struck overnight in downtown Sacramento. Dozens of them were dressed in black. They wore face coverings and smashed windows and spray painted buildings, including City Hall, the county sheriff's Department and the district attorney's office. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg vows that those who were caught will be prosecuted. We will hold those who destroy property fully accountable, and we will encourage our law enforcement authorities to everything they can to prevent the destruction or damaged a hardworking businesses, including arrest on the spot. Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness. Now AH, host here right on Kfbk hopes that the mayor will live up to his word. If there are no consequences brought to bear than it's a tacit encouragement for more of that kind of conduct, So the entirety of the justice system has to be prepared to engage and make it clear, unwavering statement that this will not be tolerated here and there will be consequences. If it occurs. A local television reporter had a cell phone ripped out of his hands by one of the demonstrators. Others used umbrellas to block television crews from filming the destruction. By the way, this is the topic of our featured audio clip coming your way in about two or three minutes. The Oakland A's game against the Texas Rangers was cancelled last night. Players refused to take the field to protest the police shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin Cave Becase Angelica LBO have reports Vays confirmed that they will not be taking the field, writing in a statement that they're trying to help raise awareness about social issues following the shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin. Yesterday, the sports world saw a number of protests by players from several different leagues. The Milwaukee Bucks refused to take the court and all the remaining nb. A playoff game scheduled for the day were canceled. MLB game scheduled for Wednesday. We're also postpone, including the Giants and Dodgers. The A's have the American League's best record so far this season, and Jellicle B o hot news 93.1 kfbk this morning the MBA playoffs are scheduled to resume, according to multiple reports. The players are set to play again after leaving the court in refusing to play Wednesday. Following the shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin players met Thursday and they decided to resume action. California has launched a $30 million program to help parolees after they leave prison KFBK sneaking megahits reports The returning home well initiative will provide services to inmates released since July, 1st. The state will be providing half the money to help former inmates find housing Jobs, health care, transportation and treatment. The other half will come from various foundations and philanthropies. Nika Magus News 93.1 calf Ikea. Okay, Eileen. It was a really violent night again in another northern California city, this time in downtown Sacramento. We saw riots last night or the night before I should say in Oakland, and last night City Hall, the county Sheriff's Department, the district attorney's office. We're all damaged. By rioters on and this is a theme that's been going on in cities around the West Coast. Right. So we're going to spend a lot of time on that this morning because it's obviously a huge story, and it's have been plaguing the people of Portland and Seattle as well. And that is a part of our featured audio clip at five or five this morning. South Dakota Governor Christie No. One Republican, took aim at the leadership of both Portland and Seattle. In her speech at the Republican National Convention, She said that their cities Her parents do not want to raise their Children. Now, given the rash of the rioting and violence in both cities. This hour's featured audio clip is actually two clips. First we're going to hear from the mayor Seattle Jenny Durkan, a Democrat who responds to governor Gnome hears that clip. Caricature of the great cities across America is not only wrong, it's purposely wrong. Seattle is a, uh it is a city that I raised my two Children, and I would not have raised him anywhere else. Okay? That's the mayor of Seattle. Here now is governor know him from South Dakota. Responding to that. When she was speaking with Fox News. Seattle's dramatically changed and I think they're violent crime rate has gone up about 44%. Since all of this has happened in the last three or four months, so Maybe the Seattle she raised her Children in was different years ago. But today, the families that live there they're under attack. And this is one of those things that we need to have an honest conversation about and really recognize that it comes from lack of leadership. Very poor leadership. It has its priorities screwed up. The fact is, is that Portland and Seattle are different. A lot different than they were. I lived in Seattle for three years is a great city, and it's not what it wass and obviously, things are out of hand. You know, it's interesting. And you know, we just heard Aileen from from John McGuinness, and he talked about this on his program here yesterday. He's on from 3 to 4 PM every day if you want to listen to him. Ah! He said. Look, the mayor of Sacramento came out and said yesterday before Antifa even started meeting at eight o'clock last night. They knew this was coming right When Antifa says we're getting together. Guess what's gonna happen. And he said, and McGuinness said on his show. Look if if we don't follow through and actually prosecute people who destroy property You're just encouraging it to happen again. So I don't know. I mean, I'm not sure where it goes, and it's it's Friday and things tend to heighten a little bit more during the weekend, right? Sometimes you Yeah, and you know you're talking about Seattle. Couple of days ago, setting fires to police Tio department buildings by the rioters and allegedly cementing the door shut. At the police precinct there. Did you know they were using quick cement? Yes. Isn't that something? Wow. So they they pour quick cement to seal people in the building and then light it on fire. And that unbelievable..

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03:05 min | 2 years ago

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"News 93.1 KFBK continuing coverage. Wildfires continue to rage in the northern part of the state, but crews they're getting the upper hand on the state's largest fire KP case, John Byrne is he has a look at the numbers. Biggest current wildfires, now 75% contained the mineral fire on the Fresno Monterey County borders burned just under 30,000 acres. Seven structures have been destroyed, but no injuries were reported to fires in Lassen County continue to grow. The 14,000 acre gold fire's only 5% contained while the hog fires about 10% contained. It's burned 9400 acres. As of this morning, all three fires Sending drift smoke into the Central Valley in the Bay Area, causing hazy skies and air quality troubles. John Burn Easy News, 93.1 KFBK Black lives matter, Sacramento announcing it will hold a demonstration tonight at the home of Sacramento City manager Howard Chan. For taking no action in the face of police brutality, including but not limited to, They say the death of Joseph Man, Darrell Richards and Stefan Clark, a BLM press release raids. The charter is set up so that the city manager is the only one that can fire An officer, although they did not use that word. BLM is demanding an immediate change to the city counts a city charter. Rather, former Secretary Sheriff John McGinness says the officers involved in the step on Clark case were cleared by the sack, No district attorney and the attorney general and can't be fired. So any efforts to ah to discharge them. Would be met with their rights to due process. And I am here to tell you absolutely positively unequivocally without a doubt. The city of Sacramento would would fail miserably if they tried to in any way discipline those officers, certainly if they tried to deny their die their jobs. The demonstration starts at six tonight. And now this hour's top national stories on news, 93.1 KFBK Theo $600 in additional jobless benefits, which millions of Americans have been depending on in the Cove in 19 pandemic was set to expire at the end of the month. Congressional Republicans say there are no plans to extend them as part of a new Corona virus Economic rescue package, which is now being debated. But both GOP's and Democrats favor some sort of a second round of stimulus payments. President Trump is set aside $5 billion to help nursing homes, which had been hit hard by the pandemic. The money would be used in part to develop technology that would allow residents to see their family. They want to be with their loved ones. They can do it. So what we're doing is where Working it so that we can connect have them connect with their families if they're not able to visit that money would also be used to implement a nest national testing program for nursing home workers. California today surpassed New York as having the most Covad 19 cases in the nation with more than 409,000 cases. Daria Aldinger ABC News All right. Just ahead will have Ah, remarkable story about a C s. U s professor and something that she's endured and come out on the bright side of We'll have that ahead on our building a better Sacramento segment on news 9 to 3.1 kpk live everywhere on the I Heart radio ad..

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05:53 min | 2 years ago

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"K P case. Mike Blunt has details, spokesperson Marco Castro says out of the 51 largest U. S. Cities that were analysed Sacramento ranked 18th overall consumer spending and sacramental recovered. Nearly 27% compared to its lowest point during cold in 19. Castro says the data is in stark contrast to other California cities, which are experiencing much less consumer spending due to the impact of covert 19 California's two largest cities in Los Angeles and San Francisco, both right in the bottom five cities, he adds. Overall, California cities have seen some of the slowest recoveries compared to other U. S cities. He says. While the data for Sacramento is promising another spike in Corona virus cases could lead to less consumer spending in the future. My Clinton news 93.1 KFBK New this afternoon, researchers at UC Berkeley releasing a new report, saying California's child care system is in danger of collapsing from the impact of covert 19 or the 950 childcare providers were surveyed for the report. According to the research associate, Sean do see publicly needs to come as soon as possible from the state and ideally from the federal government. He says. Without that funding money, childcare centers will be forced to close and lay off their staffs. There are roughly 30 for thousands license childcare facilities in the state, employing about 120,000 teachers. And staff. You see officials this afternoon taking cautious approach, saying that all instruction will be online when the fall semester begins next month. KPK is Brody Fernandez reports. The decision is a reversal from plans to allow for a CZ, many as 1000 in person classes across the sprawling campus in August 26th. Officials know dozens of Corona virus cases among students who attended recent summer parties in and around campus. Alameda County is struggling with more than 9600 cases. And a spot on the state's Corona virus Watch list. University officials say plans to reintroduce students to the classroom will take place once public health conditions allow. Rudy Fernandez News, 93.1 KFBK. UC Davis still hasn't announced its plan for students returning in the fall that's planned for the end of the month. Meantime, Sakamoto state announcing most academic courses will be delivered virtually when instruction begins Monday, August 31st however, fewer than 6% of classes will occur in person. Black lives matter, Sacramento announcing It's going to hold a demonstration tonight at the home of Sacramento City manager Howard Chan for taking no action in the face of police brutality. They say, including but not limited to the death of Joseph Man, Darrell Richards and Stefan Clark, a BLM press release reads. The charter is set up so that the city manager is the only one that can fire a pig. So BLM is demanding an immediate change to the city charter. Former second of Sheriff John McGinness and KFBK talk show host says the officers involved in the Stefan Clark case were cleared by the Sakamoto district attorney and the attorney general and can't be fired. So any efforts to ah to discharge them. Would be met with their rights to due process. And I am here to tell you absolutely positively unequivocally without a doubt. The city of Sacramento would would fail miserably if they tried to in any way discipline those officers. Certainly if they tried to deny their did I, their jobs. The Volm demonstration starts at six tonight. And California community leaders this afternoon announcing a lawsuit against President Trump for excluding undocumented immigrants from the 2020 census will have more on that ahead. Still to come in our building a better Sacramento away to help families in one district of Sacramento helped get through the stay at home a situation in pandemic. But right now, this hour's top national stories on news, 93.1 kfbk from ABC News and area Aldinger School districts across the country are scrambling to make last minute learning plans with covert 19 on the rise. More are opting to distance learn, at least for the start of the year. But President Trump says he'd be comfortable with his son and his grandchildren being in class. I would like to see the schools open. Open 100% and we'll do it safely. We'll do it carefully. But when you look at this distance statistics I just read having to do with Children and safety, very impressive that very strong immune systems. The president and his briefing tonight, also announcing increased testing for nursing home workers and more pp for nursing homes. California today surpassed New York as a state with the most confirmed cases. Governor Gavin Newsom. I had 12,807 individuals that were tested positive for Cove in 19 12,807 represents the highest reported number in our state. Texas Centre Daily Death record debate Continuing in Congress over anew Corona Virus Economic relief package Your Republican official telling ABC News that it will not extend the federal extra jobless benefits when they expire at the end of the month. The White House taking aim at rising crime and some of the nation's largest city president Trump painted a dark picture of many major U. S. Cities besieged communities. Radical movement anti police crusade vilified our law enforcement heroes. Shocking Explosion of shootings killings murders, the president says With an expansion of Operation legend, the federal government will be sending members of the F B i d e, a F and other agencies to Chicago, Albuquerque and eventually other cities. To assist local law enforcement in violent crime investigations. We have no choice but to get involved. This is separate from the recent edition of federal agents in Portland to quell unrest Mark Rima Lard ABC News Tesla's picks the Austin, Texas areas the sight of its new assembly plant. You're listening to ABC News. Traffic.

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03:09 min | 2 years ago

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"For us workers. The 15 bucks an hour. The bump in starting pay follows. Other retailers like Target takes effect August 2nd, United Airlines is extending a mandatory face covering policy from aircraft cabins, toe. Airports and lounges in those airports. That rule is going to take effect on Friday. Stock futures a mixed right now the Dow futures down 51 points. SNP futures down five NASDAQ indicator Up Almost 24 I made CORI with a Bloomberg Business report on news 93.1 kfbk, all right, and thank you so much. We're in the process of breaking a little bit of news here. Sources have told KFBK that Governor Newsome and his family are moving From their home in Sacramento. Think they have a big spread right down, Pharaoh says. It's a nice little shack in Kfbk, exclusive afternoon host from three o'clock to four o'clock. Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness reported that Governor Newsome and his family are relocating to the Serrano neighborhood of El Dorado Hills. The effort to suggest that he is in fact a man of the people, and yet he is moving. It would appear to this lofty gated Republican enclave in Eldorado County to a $5.4 million home fact little bit north of that. And so he is spending a lot of resource is on keeping his family and himself out of the environment that frankly, the state of California has created for so many to suffer. And, Ah, the what I see, frankly, as an element of hypocrisy. I find troubling. Okay. That was John McGuinness breaking that story yesterday on his show in the afternoon. Right, Right. That's apparently like a $5 million spread. That's there. That's the rumor. You know, I've been scouring. Ah, Local news outlets across California this morning. Nobody has this right. Nobody hasn't yet. We'll see how this all transforms, but they're apparently on the move. And John McGuinness was talking about it yesterday. Have you seen this story? Quickly? I got to get to this. This Ohio speaker story. This story out of Ohio's unbelievable. Okay, let off the hyo speaker. State speaker for others charged in the largest BART bribery money laundering scheme in state history. In Ohio in Ohio speakers name is Larry Householder, four others arrested in charge Tuesday $60 million racketeering and bribery probe. It's all tied the legislation that bailed out to nuclear power plants in the state. Okay, 60 million. That's Yeah. If True, they meant business. Yeah, they did. You know how we're gonna be talking about this throughout the morning, but those two alleged Chinese hackers in Houston. Oh, my gosh. Is that a huge story As an international incident, like for years, these two apparently were stealing. Corporate secrets. Stealing U S military secret? No. This is tied to the consulate story this morning where they're shutting down the comm. US Chinese Consulate in Houston. They're shutting it down. So this has been going on for a very long time. There's a lot to unpack there and we'll have a live report later this morning. Ah, 1000 bucks your chance to win that coming up. We've already had a number of local winners. And ah,.

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"sheriff john mcginness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Call 100 for 2 to 01551 800 for 2 to 0155 Now trending on news, 93.1 kfbk well, seeing that California sheriff who marked the ST stay at home stay at home order that is changing his tune now when covert 19 cases surged in mid May, Mar, said, county sheriff Vernon Wonky posted a defiant message to Facebook. But now telling people to please where your mass do social distancing, wash your hands and take this seriously that time to go in depth. The California's attorney general is making a series of recommendations today aimed at strengthening the Sacramento Police Department's policies and procedures. KP case. Joe Michael joins us. Joe Michaels joins us live in studio with details moment of the second phase of the Justice Department's review of Sacramento police highlights areas were Attorney General Javier Airbus. Sarah believes the law enforcement agency can improve, they could call to revise their use of force policies more closely reflect the meaning and intent of the new law under assembly built 3 92 which redefined the legal standards for authorized use of force in California. The attorney general is also calling for an emphasis on Escalation techniques in all use of force training and a reevaluation of personnel misconduct classifications that to make sure their specific inaccurate, even concerned that overly broad categories have been used in other jurisdictions to potentially mask more serious behavior that just dishonesty back and later have significant implications regarding the credibility of that officer, for example, in testified in court, The review also calls for an expansion of police partnerships with social workers and mental health professionals. That enough for to increase the police department's ability to better respond to those in crisis while limiting the use of force when possible. In 60% of the cases we reviewed officers perceived the subject of a stock to be in some type of altered mental state. The attorney general would also like to see the police department changed the way it uses canine officers. We should not be using our dogs as weapons. When it's not necessary. If we're using them to help us track and detain a suspect that dog is great at finding and then barking, alerting us, we can then go there, and certainly any police force has to protect itself and people. So if there is danger, of course, we're going to do everything we can to protect people in ourselves. But I think we can make better use different use of canine without jeopardizing public. The Sarah says the changes arraigned at building public trust and ensuring safe, effective and fair policing. So Joe any comment from the Sacramento Police Department on these recommendations for Man of the Police Department declined to offer audio comment, But a written statement from chief Daniel Haunt indicates that the department is already implemented 59 of the 66 recommendations from Phase one of the Attorney general's review. It will review the latest report and continue to revise policies to set the national standards for innovation and reform in policing former sheriff now KFBK talk show host John McGuinness, though, is taking exception to be Sarah's reference to Assembly Bill 3 90 to the attorney general's document does not to mention the fact that in advance of the term necessary under the new law is still based upon the officers. Reasonable assessment of the circumstances so that reasonable the standards still exists. As for the use of canines, I think it goes without saying his observation. You should not unnecessarily use the cane as a weapon. You should not use any weapon unnecessarily is prohibited by law. But there are times many times many occasions when the use of a canine to subdue a violent offender is the absolute appropriate course of action that former Sheriff John McGinness does see potential benefit to having the police Department partner with social workers and mental health professionals. Amanda Thank you. Kfbk is Joe Michaels appreciate that's for 20 Now. Here in news, 93.1 kfbk time for traffic.

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