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"stanislaus county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Have rattled the area around the sultan. See the U. S. Geological Services of 4.3 quake hit under the sea near the southeastern edge last night just before 10 Two IR 20 other quakes jolted the area last night. The same area was hit last weekend by a 5.3 quake and dozens of smaller quakes. Governor Newsom has signed an executive order that will almost fully reopened the state after more than a year of Covid 19 safety restrictions starting Tuesday, June 15th. If you're vaccinated, you won't have to wear a mask capacity limits in social distancing requirements will be lifted for businesses. But Newsom said he will not end the statewide declaration of emergency, which means he still has the power to alter or Suspend state laws in the future. A police officer in Modesto has been arrested on domestic violence charges. The department got a report saying the cop physically hurt his spouse. The officers, a 15 year veteran of the department, has been booked into the Stanislaus County Safety Center. He's been placed on administrative leave. It's been five years since the shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, ABC. Zell When Lopez says the memorial is being built, the first permanent part of the memorial will be the survivors walk over represent the three block track that many of them Victims made that night from here to the hospital now, in order to do that they will cut through the building, and they say it will open it up to the sky and let light and hope inside from above a bill making the Pulse nightclub. A national memorial is on President Biden's desk and is expected to be signed into law. Three L A area kids are among more than 200 competing today in the 2021 scripts. National Spelling Bee, The 13 year old from Tarzana and two from Orange County will be spelling their hearts out. Virtually the top spellers in the U. S. Will compete for the title July 8th. In person at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Bay Lake, Florida time to check the roads and let's find out. Ellie. What's up? Well, all.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On Tuesday to honor the lives lost Illinois, now the first state in the nation to pass a bill banning police from lying to youth during interrogation. Experts say the practice is only added to the risk of false confessions. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. President. Police say a man was found dead at a barber shop yesterday afternoon. The victim was found unresponsive near the back of Fayed shop up of Blackstone and Herndon. He had multiple injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. No arrests have been made in. Few details have been released, but coronavirus caseload in Stanislaus County continues to grow past 56,000, according to the coronavirus report. No new deaths were reported. So the death toll remains close to 1000 and 74 Los Angeles Clippers were able to tie their series against the Dallas Mavericks after winning Game four on the road last night. One of 6 to 81. It was a stellar performance from Kawai Leonard and Paul George. Once again and after winning back to back road games, the Syriza's tied at two games apiece. Game five will be in L. A on Wednesday. That's a quick look at the latest news. I'm Jordan Christmas from the I. Heart Radio news room Now. Sacramento traffic checking KFBK traffic in Davis Westbound 80. The All of Dr off Ramp is closed. You can't exit there because of bridgework that's not scheduled to re open until December. 8th. In Willows I five, both north and south bound. The willow Safety Rest area is closed. That exit is shut down due to sewer work That's not set to open until the end of the year. December 31st and in the Sierra westbound et at the California Nevada state line, the roadways reduced to one lane for.
California DA Won't Seek New Death Sentence Against Scott Peterson
"A district attorney in California says she won't seek a new death sentence against Scott Peterson who was convicted of killing his pregnant wife in two thousand five the killing of laci Peterson is back in the news because California Supreme Court threw out the death sentence for husband Scott Peterson because potential jurors were improperly dismissed after saying that they opposed to capital punishment that prompted the Stanislaus county district attorney Burkett flattered to announce after speaking with laci's family she won't seek a new sentencing hearing in the case but Scott Peterson could also be facing the prospect of a new trial because of alleged juror misconduct a judge has to decide if that warrant a new trial and if so it could again raise the specter of the death penalty for Peterson convicted of killing his wife who was eight months pregnant around Christmas time two thousand two I'm Jackie Quinn
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Stanislas County D A is dropping. Scott Peterson's trial was seeking the death penalty. Peterson was sentenced to death for the murder of his pregnant wife, Lacey. And their unborn child, Connor back in 2005. But after appeals last year, his destiny it was overturned. But again, the D A is gonna drop that Beth death penalty retrial against Peterson. We just got that in this evening. Well, it's our final segment of the Sakamoto Electrical Ordinance that we've been talking about All week. The SEC No City Council voting on Tuesday, and a mayor Darrell Steinberg, holding a press conference yesterday with the overview of the ordinance building. Have to be all electric new construction 2023. And any structure above four stories will have to be all elected fight 2026. So that's homes and businesses and this to meet green goals and reduce carbon emissions. The city's building codes require That Sacramento girl all electric this decade beginning now. The second Chamber of Commerce concerned about the impact on business. Here's Erica Byork. There's many of these points of the mayor talked about you actually agree with. We want more green energy job. We want to be more resilient. We wanna have reduce our carbon footprint. This is why we have been advocates of dreaming so and the mobility center and evey charging stations and all these key aspect. But again, only 5% of our greenhouse gasses comes from commercial and of that again, a very small percentage from whether kitchen equipment or other uses right now. Smile is still trying to figure out how they will transition there need off natural gas. But 2030. So how how is smell is still in the process of figuring that out is our small business. There's in our manufacturing. Have to figure out the same point by 2025. But 2025 is just for new construction. If you live in Sacramento right now, there will be a frame work overtime toe look at full conversion to electric changed new construction and renew construction into A new world of electrification. If your buildings we will have to retrofit so retrofitting part of the plan for the future. Erin Stump with the second Board of Realtors says that can be costly, especially for older homes. Run a new, dedicated circuit to a furnace and you dedicated circuit to arrange an oven to a water heater. The panel camp out even handle the capacity to To make a house, all electric so to retrofit existing housing stock. We estimate you know, could cost 24 to $28,000 depending on the home and depending on what it needs, But it's very costly. The metro chambers Erica Byork again. The majority of our businesses, our people, our chambers. All those have a concern for this are the reason we keep talking about this and field is so important is because we don't want to have happen is policy gets past and Hornets gets made. And then when others the elected officials are gone, or we're gone, if our businesses that pay for it in the long run, and it's our communities that pay for the long run. There are multiple examples over this over the last decades in our city of we'll call it good intent, and you've got essentially bad policy with unintended consequences. The City Council votes this Tuesday. The mayor made a point of if you are concerned about doesn't have questions about it. She'll call in on Tuesday. And we would encourage the same. And if you want, the all all the information you can imagine we have so many interviews posted online. If you want to get the full story and read the ordinance to we've got it all there for you. It's a kid became calm The afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil and it's your poll question today, and we'll get to comments in about 20 minutes or so for the final time. All right, 6 20 its traffic.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News 93.1 KFBK A Fresno man is in custody after police said they found a large amount of DVDs containing images of child sex abuse. A search warrant was conducted yesterday at the home of 55 year Old Michael Martin, off of East Andrews Avenue. The search turned up 1000 DVDs with explicit images. Other electronic send books with photos and videos were also taken. Martin was booked into jail on multiple charges. The coronavirus caseload in Stanislaus County continues to approach the 56,000 mark after more than 20. New cases were reported by health officials yesterday. One knew death was reported, as well as the death toll remains well over 1000. The San Diego Padres have clinched the series over the Colorado Rockies. The Padres beat the Rockies and extra innings last night 2 to 1. The Padres will look to sweep the three game home series as both teams will square off around one p.m. this afternoon. I'm Jordan Christmas. Now. Sacramento traffic from the Camp Trust traffic center overnight North found five corridor reduce lanes from south of Elk Grove Boulevard. All the way to the 50 connect the ramp through five a.m.. Both consumers were Boulevard five north pound on ramps are closed. Overnight. Westbound Pocket Road on ramp is closed. 43rd Avenue on ramp is closed Seamus Avenue off rampant on ramp closed, the Centerville wrote on Ramp closed and the third Street Broadway Off Ramp. Close. Rank work through five A.m.. One lane closed north found five across the Sacramento River Bridge. With the airport for inspection work until five a.m. not seeing what you're seeing, called the Bonnie leading the way home Traffic tip line. Enter Pound to 50 State traffic traffic on the tans, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap trust Traffic Center News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Will be trending back to cooler weather over the next couple of days tonight mostly clear low 47 51 a good deal Sunshine tomorrow becoming breezy. I 74 to 78 partly sunny on Thursday. I 71 to 75 Vacuum.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You know, we're going to spend a significant amount of time all four hours this morning talking about the weather. There's just nothing in the forecast for a while, and it's getting concerning It is all right. Let's get over to news from your neighborhood now. Albert Parnell, How did you sleep? And how are you? I slept pretty good that took repeat, Icka. Memory foam pillows doing well, the sponsor now paying you are there you get your getting money under the table. Oh, God, You love that pillow. Honestly, it's a pillow. Yeah, I brought it on Monday and it's zoned me. Some justice say that this is This is coming out in Stanislaus County, so Stanislas County is offering free flu vaccines for their residents. The county health agency is providing flu shots on Friday from 3 to 6 PM at Joe Hansen High School. I'm not curious to see when this is all said and done with the flu season is going to be like this year with all the precautions that everybody's taking. I wonder if it's gonna be down. I saw something. There was some article gosh, darn it. I didn't print it out, but it was something about flu. Incidents of flu being down this year. Just because everyone's wearing masks and, like sanitizing their hands surprised me. Yeah, Esso, I've got this story about Bill Clinton. There's a guy named Doug Band. And he served as Clinton's right hand man for years after Clinton left the White House, and he's come out in an article in Vanity Fair, he says that yes, Bill Clinton did indeed. Visit the Caribbean island of Jeffrey Epstein, where Epstein was trafficking underage girls. Wow. So, uh, why? Anyway, He's saying that it happened back and the $2000 flight logs, isn't he? I mean, he's on the well, Yeah, it was a 2003 trip that he said he went to quote Pedophile island. Okay, Well, you know, it'll be interesting to see. I know that Dylan Maxwell still still going through all of her stuff, and we haven't heard anything yet. She hasn't been in court recently. But they're supposed to be new documentation Release. That story's gotten kind of quiet, hasn't it? Have it? Have it picked up with a pandemic, All right. Well, we are saving money these days. Savings is up. That's good news. Big time But does money buy you happiness for you Shout? Yes to your radio. You need to hear what a 75 year old study from Harvard is going to tell us that's in three minutes. Traffic. CHP is.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"President. Trump announcing Sudan is normalizing relations with Israel and says Israel's biggest adversary could be next. Ultimately run. Maybe will become a member of this whole thing. If you want to really know the truth. Look, in the end, you're gonna have everybody together with the United States the president with those comments of the White House before departing for a campaign rally in Florida. Former vice president Biden, campaigning in Delaware, criticizing the president for handling the pandemic. We saw him refused to take responsibility for the crisis that should have been met with Riel presidential leadership. The Treasury Department announcing new sanctions on the Russian government Cyber Institute, but not for election interference. The Russian research center is responsible for creating the malware known as Triton, which has been deployed against US partners in the Middle East, according to Treasury officials on cyber security firm says it can shut down industrial safety sis Items in the infrastructure group, making it the most dangerous threat activity publicly known. This is ABC News. Scott Peterson, the California man convicted in 2004 for killing his pregnant wife will have his death penalty phase retried. We, the jury in the above entitled Cause It's the penalty it down. It was 2000 for I was at the courthouse when jurors recommended the death penalty. The judge went with that recommendation. But this month, the California Supreme Court overturned the death sentence, citing errors in the jury selection process Back in 2004 and a judge in San Mateo County is considering throwing out Peterson's entire murder conviction because of attain a juror. Now. The Stanislaus County District attorney's office says it plans to retry Peterson's death penalty phase. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS Michigan man going to have a very busy weekend 59 year old Dan Egg Lor Cancer survivor was planning on running four marathons in 24 hours, is running the nearly 105 miles to raise money for two nonprofits that focus on dog rescues his ultimate goal, raising $50,000. Andy Field, ABC News The new Oral B Io electric toothbrush, head.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Michael Krasny. We're talking unravel on Dave Cortez e about state Senate District, 15 and Santa Clara. They're both running for state senator. And you may have questions for the candidates or comments And if so, we invite you to participate. In fact, let me bring a collar on her. David joins us, David, join us, please. Yes. My questions about 15 specifically about the $3 million cut in. Um I totally agrees. The large companies didn't benefit from the split from prop 13 $3 million in Santa Clara County will affect only small business. So did either candidate have any input into prop 13, especially around choosing three million in a 35 million. And what would they think it is? Illness proposition and say that cut in was 35 million. Okay, thank you for that question. And let me go first to you on that day of courtesy. Three million ISS is perfect in Especially if you make a good point about Silicon Valley get the Stanislaus County or mo dot County or a large number of the other 58 counties in California. It's a It's a really good number. S o, You know, That's the problem with referendums Rarely are they? Are they perfect, But I think the real question is. Can we wait? Are we got Are we gonna fall for You know the argument that Ah, let's wait Another couple of years to another election cycle will get it right next time. You know that's been going on now for a while. And really, you know, it isn't that I so much like the three million as I mentioned on commercial property owner. It's listed right on my You know my public disclosure forms. This is going to hit every one of my commercial properties if I voted my personal interest In terms ofthe my investments. You know, I'd be concerned about that. And I wouldn't. Honestly I wouldn't blame voter who owns a $3.1 Million property for felony? No if they want to, but I just in my position as an elected official, it is somebody who's excited about being a state senator. I have to represent everyone, including students, teachers and poor school district's that really have no place else to go and It's just a tough decision you have to make since you mentioned that. Let me follow that up with will get to back to unravel in a moment. But with the question having to do was something I wanted to cover with both of you, and that is police reform. Because Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith has endorsed you Court easy and you've got support from the state Corrections Officers Labor union and there's been a question from the opposition about Whether voters can actually trust you with those kinds of supporters to essentially reform not only local jails but well criminal justice reform statewide. You know, And I think if I was not an elected official, I was, you know, a businessman running for this seed or somebody who didn't have an ongoing track record. That would be an even better question. But the fact of the matter is, you could look at my own going. Track record in terms of of how and for what I'm doing what I'm cutting to the bunch of process in Santa Car County, where you people'd our budget way cut millions of millions of dollars out of both of correction and A sheriff's budget this year record numbers. We adopted a camp. Wait. I voted for that a cz Well, which are eight reforms, you know that one of my colleagues brought forward and Constancy elsewhere. I brought forward, eh? I brought forward resolution the first one in California by a county to declare racism, a public health crisis. And if you read that resolution closely, you'll see The action's embedded within it need to be taken department by department, including law enforcement to straighten things out. I think the biggest issue is transparency right now, and it's just An issue of you know that You know where's and governments and the public have been fighting over, including the news media's How sacred is this is a police officer's personnel file, and I think the bottom line is If you don't get citizen oversight involved in what's happening with the few bad costs that we have in every department, we're going to continue to have police brutality problems, excessive force problems worse in all cases. You know one One bad cop out of 1000 to trigger a really, really bad outcome, whether it's a public protest. One of you besides get in a fight with a with a college student, or whether worse like we see with the BLM movement in the George Floyd murder, So I'm all in on reform. I have. Maybe you don't. You don't need to take my word for that. You just went You can literally go to my county website or the county website, which is very proficient at listing everything that we've been doing over the last several months and beyond. I'd like to point out something in 2010. When I first became president of the Board of Supervisors, the first of four times I called for juvenile Hall to be put out of business in Santa Clara County. We had almost 400 kids in juvenile hall disproportionately represented kids of color. I just looked at the Census report a couple of days ago was at 49. It's at 49. That's real reform when we had a death in the jails. Shocked everybody. I immediately within 24 hours called for a blue ribbon taskforce. Independent reporters supervisor's worst Cornell in charge of it. Put citizens from all over the county on it. They came up with 600 recommendations. On reform for our own jail system. This is the this is well before this year. This is going back several years ago. So you know, I've always known that justice reform is a huge issue. Endorses, supported by reformers up and down the state..
"stanislaus county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Seattle police chief Carmen Best has now she's stepping down the move. Coming just hours after the City Council prove cutting as many as 100 officers from the department and cutting her salary, the police chief It was a dream of a lifetime. I want to thank Mayor Durkin sincerely thank her for her support. I will continue to do all I can over the next three weeks to set this department up for smooth transition. The department's deputy chief Adrian Diaz, will serve as interim chief. Puerto Rico's governor is added new demands. Two conflicting proposals for rescuing the territories. Boche primary election She's suing to insist on an election redo it. All polling centers it open late, not just those were a lack of balance kept people from voting. The lawsuit, filed by Governor Wanda Vasquez also seeks to stop the release of unconfirmed results from centers were voting did take place on Sunday that there's applied ballots and other issues kept people from voting at a little under half the island's 110 polling places. The first day of school is always challenging for kids. But there's a different sort of challenge facing some students in Modesto, California Online learning hits a speed bump websites went down just a city school spokeswoman Becky for Tuna explaining what happened Monday, stopping several 1000 of the district's 30,000 kids from connecting to class. There's a glitch, which in some ways is understandable, but doesn't make it any less frustrating that Stanislaus County lawmaker Kristin Olsen, whose daughter couldn't log on with her school. Computer but did with the home computer, which creates a logjam. If one doesn't work, my son you needs needs to use our home computer. The district says. It has multiple ways for students and parents to get help. So the kids can go to school while at home. C. J. Poppa Fox News Wall Street, The Dow lost 10 for the NASDAQ off 1 85 Only Scylla. Sarah, This is news. Here's a look at.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Treat, cure or prevent any disease. Seattle police chief Carmen Best has now she's stepping down the move. Coming just hours after the City Council proved cutting as many as 100 officers from the department and the cutting her salary, the police chief It was a dream of a lifetime. I want to thank Mayor Durkin sincerely thank her for her support. I will continue to do all I can over the next three weeks to set this department up for a smooth transition. The department's deputy chief Adrian Diaz, will serve as interim chief. Puerto Rico's governor has added new demands. Two conflicting proposals for rescuing the territories botched primary election. She's suing to insist on an election redo it. All polling centers it open late, not just those were a lack of balance kept people from voting. The lawsuit filed by Governor Wanda Vasquez also seeks to stop. The release of unconfirmed results from centers were voting did take place on Sunday that there's apply ballots and other issues kept people from voting at a little under half the island's one under 10 polling places. The first day of school is always challenging for kids. But there's a different sort of challenge facing some students in Modesto, California Online learning hits a speed bump. Our website went down just a city school spokeswoman Becky for Tuna explaining what happened Monday, stopping several 1000 of the district's 30,000 kids from connecting to class. There's a glitch, which in some ways is understandable, but doesn't make it any less frustrating that Stanislaus County lawmaker Kristin Olsen, whose daughter couldn't log on with her school issue. Computer but did with the home computer, which creates a logjam. If one doesn't work, my son you needs needs to use our home computer. The district says. It has multiple ways for students and parents to get help. So the kids can go to school while at home. C. J. Poppa Fox News Wall Street, The.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Yourself with real purpose go to see a teammate from more dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons crime novels news ninety three point one K. F. P. K. but forecast all week long so here we go today's forecast calls for sunny and hot with a high near one hundred degrees tomorrow we're looking at how to get in highs reaching ninety nine of the valley and then on Wednesday another sunny and hot day with highs near one hundred degrees not your three day forecast okay let's get a little news from your neighborhood in Albert park now joins us with more yes this coming out the Modesto bee so after three straight months of nearly a near record job losses due to the ongoing coronavirus unemployment rates in Stanislaus county has dipped downward a little bit but we're still remains near twenty year highs so the jobless rate dipped to sixteen point one percent last month down from a high of the year seventeen point five percent okay well that's a good sign or it's coming down just a little bit at a time when forty million Americans well and Hey this that leads very well into this next story I have this comes from an organization called human resources director at thought of Australia New Zealand California the U. S. and Asia and it says ninety two percent of employees are feeling anxiety ninety two percent ninety two percent so if you're out there you're feeling anxious about the future about your place in it what's happening now join the rest of the world because ninety two percent of people are feeling that way about half fifty five percent have indicated experiencing moderate or high anxiety and it's a reason why a lot of people are getting a lot of sleep do not make sense I mean I'm not surprised at all by those numbers I hate to say it but the the I know that sounds extraordinarily high but.
Los Angeles - Newsom Announces Statewide Face Mask Mandate
"Became aware that there were public health officials who had a meeting with that governor Newsom recently and they they said said that that a a state state wide wide mass mass border border was was under under consideration consideration by by the the governor's governor's office office that that they they were were told told that that unequivocally unequivocally there there were were a a lot lot of of people people of of the the complained complained that that every every county county considers considers wearing wearing masks masks differently differently and and you you know know what what let let me me just just kind kind of of go go through through this this because because it's it's all all going going to to change change now now since the governor has indeed issued that order it's no longer something he's contemplating he has done it he has issued a statewide order that people have to wear a mask that I need to get a copy of what the order is and we'll see if we can that come up with that pretty quickly so that we can find out exactly what that means and where and when people are required to wear mascot where masks in the state of California but the way that it has been here in the bay area almost all counties have required masks San Francisco county Marin county Alameda San Mateo Contra Costa and sin noma all require masks San Francisco's order requires people to wear masks when writing transit working at essential businesses grocery shopping and other activities where they will be near other people in Santa Clara county they only recommended that people wear masks Los Angeles and San Diego counties which are the state's largest I didn't realize San Diego is the second largest county in the state they both require people to wear masks in public riverside and San Bernardino counties created mask requirements but then they walked away from them in Orange County they were mandating masks but then the public health officer down there doctor Nicole quick received threats for issuing that order she quit as a result of the threats that were coming in and then Orange County downgraded its mask requirement to a recommendation lord have mercy the way people respond to this and and Newsom on Monday he recalled the second wave of the Spanish flu which was more deadly than the first he said it is incumbent upon us as individuals to be smart to wear a face covering to physically distance to continue to wash your hands and continue to do things that are necessary to avoid that second wave he said it's one thing to be outside it's another to be inside for an extended period of time without the ability to move around and move away from people this I suppose is a one of the things that guided him there was a state senator from a Renda his name Steve Glazer he's been pushing for a statewide mask order he's a guy who said that it's an issue that should not be dependent on county choice Stanislaus county was considering a mask order now they're not going to have to do that because the state is going to do it instead Sacramento county officials were also considering their recommendation to become a requirement
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Presnel who's been scouring the local headlines on a Tuesday morning yes I have this is coming out the Modesto bee so that may have been a little confusion after Stanislaus county announced that the Modesto reservoir yes open for use the county must remind residents that the the reservoir is open but it's only for watercraft day use only in the county said there is a maximum of fifty motorized vehicles will be allowed inside the gate at one time okay all the boats no no swimming no swimming even though we don't really know or believe that you can get covered nineteen from swimming well I mean that's what's the common thread people will be too close to that distancing deal yeah thanks a lot every journalist morning talking about how flying is going to change for all of us okay I I'm I'm think yes and not for the better well no I mean it's going to be a little bit more difficult more of a challenge like the priority boarding that perk that might be going to Air France already is taking that away many airlines can remove in flight magazines forget the meal service is on the shorter routes those pretty much anomaly and right are getting off the plane could take longer than it already does so those are just a few of the the changes that you can expect not as many direct flights and you can expect maybe longer layovers really wow right well on the NFL hopefully is going to be starting up in the fall but they're gonna lose a lot of money for the twenty twenty season they've estimated they're gonna lose about five point five billion in stadium revenue that they do have TV rights and everything okay so here's the deal on that though they make like seventy percent of their money on TV they do they do make a lot of their money but five point five billion billion dollars is still a pretty big hunk that's nothing because the league does nothing to sneeze at and then they break it down by a by a team so they have violated stadium revenue for the San Francisco forty Niners is two hundred eight million at the L. and up losing south they're still gonna get four hundred ninety two million but two hundred eight will be gone thanks to no fans in the stands yeah not all the cuts are going to be significant no question about it so how to build confidence do you know that it may be as simple as how you stand or sit yeah we're gonna break that down for you in just.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Degree range and then it's going to break a little bit on Friday with some sun and then Saturday Christina we're looking at possibly another wave of rain and snow okay well it's been a while so we give you we give you some you bet okay let's get over to news from your neighborhood and we bring in our partner aller technical producer and the rent is too high somewhere you sell yes almost everywhere but this coming out of Modesto bee as we all know ran for apartments is going up all across California but a sense and Stanislaus county renters saw their rate increased by more than sixty percent since two thousand twelve and the monthly rental average in Modesto reached an all time high of twelve sixty five in November that's a six percent jump over the previous year seven years ago the average rent in Modesto was around seven hundred eighty Bucks a month so it's almost double but not quite not sign your period and you know you can blame is the bay area yeah right you know it's like that old line blame Canada well I well there's also no way in the bay hello so I have you heard of it it's called the stop if you're a long time forty Niners fan you have an as we approach this weekend's NFC championship game between the Niners and Packers all week this week we take a look back at some of the greatest moments in Niners history we have the play and the play by play call and we out we will hear also from a local guys right in the middle this is called Christina by the way one of the greatest defensive plays in the history of the super bad that I can't wait to hear it again to relive it okay we're going to relive it in three minutes more than.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Ninety three point one KFBK president trump is announcing he signed three bills that support tribal sovereignty for native Americans NBC's Tom Roberts reports the bills include compensation for the Spokane tribe for the loss of its lands in the mid nineteen hundreds another re authorizes funding for native language programs the third gives federal recognition to the little shell tribe of Chippewa Indians in Montana a northern California district attorney has declined to file charges against a police officer who fatally shot a fifteen year old boy in twenty eighteen the shooting came just months after the officer and his sergeant opened fire on the twenty seven year old man and killing him in twenty seventeen the Stanislaus county district attorney's office deem that the shooting of teenager Carmen Spencer Mendez by police officer Ross bays to be justified the city of Ceres has agreed to pay both families a total of four point one million dollars in civil settlements that your news right now I'm Brody Fernandez from the camp became province center started in Sacramento I'm seeing a full offramp closed around one Avenue till six AM roadway excavation in Auburn both directions of highway forty nine between I eighty in fright creek road at least one lane will be intermittently clothes for the installation of bike lane road improvements until the summer of twenty twenty look for delays and be works on alert heads up in the fear of the Donner summit rest areas close from both directions of.
"stanislaus county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Information others which is applied news ninety three point one K. F. local news breaking news traffic and weather and can be K. at them five o'clock good afternoon I'm Kitty o'neill with KDKA afternoon news hi my care to hear the stories trending now on news ninety three point one KFBK settlements been reached in the criminal case against the Stanislaus county sheriff's deputy a jail expansion project here in Sacramento county will be postponed after protests and finally Attorney General have you ever Serra says the state is ready to defend aka the sales just to have traffic and weather first every ten minutes we start would enhance the other was was blown here on your own no we'll help downtown the split is twenty three minutes and expand camp city right now especially heavy as always all the way through midtown and then around the Marconi Kerr once you finally get eighty it goes a little love faster we do have some slowing though it's about twelve minutes all in all make your way out to Douglas Boulevard downtown el gross how bout I. five or ninety ninety one going to be twenty minutes say and then try to see if there's any accidents or incidents down there not seeing anything is going up but is very heavy actually because of a train that stopped around Kammerer and traffic is backed up a ways there next sums river so I yes but the laser going further down ten a fulsome thirty six minutes already and about twenty one minutes at woodland on northbound I. five is not all that bad fourteen minutes downtown to Davis westbound eighty traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. because for warm weather continue across the area to the weekend sunshine the rest this afternoon that I is seventy eight to eighty two mainly clear tonight.
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"Supply the law requires schools to test their water by July which has come and gone however many schools still have not submitted the results as of September ninth a quarter of schools across the state report detectable levels of Latin school drinking water more than ten percent of schools in Sacramento plaster and Stanislaus county and more than twenty percent of yellow Solano Eldorado and San Joaquin county schools have not reported the required test results to the state bird lovers are not gonna be happy to hear that the new study in the journal science has found that we have lost nearly three billion birds since nineteen seventy that's nearly thirty percent of the overall population Burstein chiefs I. test at the national wildlife federation says the numbers aren't really surprising he worries about extinction not just of the birds either up to a third of the U. S. species actually our risk of extinction we've already lost a hundred and fifty U. S. species to extinction so the total loss of species to extinction as one of the big concerns that we have but this is showing that it's not just extinction we should be concerned about as is the decline in abundance grassland birds have been hit particularly hard with more empty space being converted into ag land on a good note water fell numbers are actually up Stein says the US has invested heavily in water falcon conservation including a program that sets aside money from doc stamps that are sold and taxes on ammunition a bill aimed at lowering prescription drug prices being introduced by house Democrats gave his Terry Moore reports during a capital of and house speaker Nancy Pelosi said soaring prescription drug prices are hurting American families thanks a need to stay healthy but also the cost of drugs threatening their financial health and well being as well New Jersey Democrat Frank Pologne said it's time to level the playing field the problem right now is that the drug companies basically charge whatever they want to have a monopoly hello see argued there should be bipartisan support including from the White House and the Republican led Senate but house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy said Democrats have rejected a bipartisan approach on Capitol Hill Terry more news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang said the United States may have to eliminate private car ownership to combat climate change during MSNBC's climate forum at Georgetown University yesterday he was asked what will be different by twenty fifty what he would like to see to fight climate change our current car ownership and usage models really inefficient and bad for the environment so you might have a society you guys all played grew this because you're quite young you know when I when I was your age. I was like a card like having that cars to big deal no driving like in nineteen eighty five Honda accord I can.
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"Step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake robbery. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop in Cali cab, a car or a friend. Buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. I'm probably okay to have one more drink before. I drive home. I'm probably okay. I opened the window to stay alert probably have kids. Gummer mouth step out of the car. Please. I probably made a mistake robbery. Okay. Isn't okay. When it comes to drinking and driving. If you see a warning sign stop in Cali cab, a car or a friend buzzed driving is drunk driving. A message brought to you by nitsa and the Ad Council. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. It's a great pleasure to welcome the podcast her. Congressman Devin Nunes of twenty-second, California, Devon's podcasts at I tunes and his most recent podcast collides with the spectacular tragedy of the death of a policeman in California till Irish in Stanislaus county,.
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"Great pleasure to welcome the podcast her congressman, Devin newness of twenty-second, California, Devon's podcast is at I tunes and his most recent podcast collides with these spectacular tragedy of the death of a policeman in California in Stanislaus county, just after several deaths and to Lhari county, which is Devon's county. He cut represents to Laurie county. These incidences are surprisingly parallel, and we're going to spend some time with what happened in Devon's district between the fifteenth of December and the eighteenth of December right before Christmas. Devon, a very good evening to you your conversation with the sheriff of to Laura county was an eye opener for those of us who do not live in California. First of all the sheriff was very generous in describing what looks like a crime spree by. One man who was under custody. The sheriff had him under custody suspect of being either drunk or drugged and public. But the sheriff was obliged to let him go on the fifteenth. Why why was the sheriff not able to check his background, which we know? Now, he's a career criminal could evening to your Devon. Thanks, john. It's great to be back on the show again. And this is really a tragic situation. And it was as you said, I interviewed the sheriff on my podcast. And then lo and behold, a police officer just north of me. Was was gunned down by an another illegal immigrant. So what? And maybe maybe it might be easiest just to spell out the geography for your listeners. So this is the San Joaquin valley. I live right in the heart of it my districts in the middle. So it's president and south just to the north. There's a small a small community called Newman, a witches and Stanislas county. So maybe about roughly seventy eighty miles. Flies north of Fresno. A lot of friends who live in Newman. It's a small community small police force. And I think most people heard about the police officer that was gunned down and murdered. And then that suspect fled through my district of south went right through my district to the bottom end of the San Joaquin valley, which is in Bakersfield. So essentially, the San Joaquin valley runs from Sacramento all the way down to all the way down to Bakersfield about three hundred miles in total about fifty miles wide. Rough rough rough numbers actually goes into the Sacramento valley north of north of Sacramento, so everything flows into Sacramento the rivers flow to Sacramento than out to the San Francisco Bay. So there's the geography for you. So the police officer gets gunned down the first the second Gustavo goes through my district ends up in Kern county have been Bakersfield gets arrested. And is going to be brought to Justice about a week prior to that. There was another Gustavo somebody who named Garcia who had been. Not only arrested several times serve time, but also deported twice. And I was lucky enough to have the sheriff of of Clara county on my podcast to have him describe this, and I encouraged I can't do it as do Justice like he can to this problem. But the bottom line John is that Gustavo Garcia was address was arrested a couple of days before he went on his shooting spree killing two people possibly a third and wounding several others. It was a massive crime spree all around the city in the county of Larry and about a twenty mile radius of the city of I sell you and. The bottom line is is he had been in custody a couple days beforehand, and he was let go because even though he even though he should have been deported again because of the sanctuary city laws in the state. They couldn't check with the they could not check with federal authorities. I wanna go through this carefully. Devon because it seems unbelievable. They have a career criminal a man who's been arrested for math who's done twenty seven months in a federal prison. He's been deported twice. Two thousand and four thousand fourteen he's an he's a bad, man. That's what he is. He's a bad, man. He's a professional Batman. And he's roaming around in your district. They busted him for being antisocial. And they can't do anything about the fact that ice has a warrant on him. Probably several warned Saudi there prevented from and they have to let him walk is that all correct they let him out of the jail knowing that he's extremely dangerous. Yes. Because they cannot legally when you're a sanctuary state like California, the sheriff's can no longer work with ice as it relates to the deportation of of people in the country illegally. I mean, that's that's that's really the bottom line. And I mean, this this character, you know, was was well known very dangerous spent time in jail before. And it's not getting the coverage that that it should John. But I mean, this was an absolute nearly twenty four hours. I think over twenty four hour shooting. Let's start. Let's go what he does on the seventeenth. This is the week before the holidays on the seventeenth. He shoots a farmworker. Who's picking fruit should some in the chest. He then goes to a mini mart with gun at gunpoint and steals two thousand dollars. He then continues to he goes to a WalMart. I believe Steele's bullets lots of bullets. I think the sheriff said he had up to three hundred rounds on him. He then shoots a woman in a parking lot of a motel six is all of your county. He's driving around shooting that but the, but the where the lady was shot in the parking lot. John is is less than half a mile from my house. So he's he's driving around with stolen bullets at a powerful weapon. And he's shooting people out the window. He shoots gassed at. He shoots it to gas stations. And it kills someone name. Rocky Jones just any fires shots into homes. He could've shot and do your home anybody's home. And then got it got into a shootout with the police and the sheriff, and he continues because they're chasing as much as they can shoot the home of his ex-girlfriend. He opens fire on deputies. And as I understand from the sheriff. They had a rolling firefight with him because he was so heavily armed. He just kept popping off. And I mean, this is in the middle of your county. I have seen anything like this ever happened before. I've I've never even heard anything like this happening. I mean, it's almost something that you would see in a movie laugh, JAMES BOND. Click where they're chasing the villain around. Right. So he had shot a farm worker earlier. But then also went out and stole another either a pickup, truck or car from other farm workers that were out in the field. And then eventually. Meets the meets his in when he causes a major traffic accident because he's he drives into. Oncoming traffic. His this is route sixty five is that a is that a big highway until our county route six four it's a four lane highway on the east side of the county that runs along the Sierras. And so he he he goes into a his cargoes blows up into a ball of flame. So he he basically was killed on impact. Unfortunately, I still don't have the the latest details on this. But there was another person and one of the other cars that he ran into that is still in critical condition and is in danger of losing their lives. So this actually could end up being three people that were killed multiple other shot, robberies, etc. Etc. And the shooter Garcia's dead. So we do not have a someone to show on television as a murderous homicidal maniac. The way he used car Devon he could have caused the deaths of moms and kids everywhere. He was driving into big traffic. And the sheriff believe says this on on the podcast with me. This is sheriff Mike Boutros reduce. Yes, Mike Boudreau Tillery county sheriff they actually believe that the reason that more people were not killed is because this lunatic ran out of ammo. So they think that he was just gonna continue because you know, he appeared to be on drugs. And and and clearly just on a on a on a rampage to do as much harm as he possibly could the detail here. California's law is called an shorthand SP fifty four the formal name is California va- values act. I read that it bans local law enforcement officers from holding a legal aliens in custody on immigration detainers or communicating with immigration authorities. It was introduced by Senator Kevin de Leon of the California legislature. And it was signed by governor Jerry Brown. It's astonishing to me that this law now is a testimony to government intervening and to law enforcement and causing the deaths of these people in your county. More to the point Devon. If somebody rolling around Westchester county or duchess county in New York, nobody get over it. Everybody's got what the heck is going on. Here we pay enormous amount for law enforcement and somebody goes on a gun spree. The who the police know about and we can't stop it. Right. But this gets into one of my favorite subject, John. And that is that the the media is either nonexistent or in cahoots with the left. So the media is not even was barely reporting on this incident. Right. I recommend everybody to a front page front page magazine article by Daniel Greenfeld. That's where we're following these details, although Devon's district live the details right before Christmas. This is a summary of Gustavo Garcia's rampage homicidal rampage and so far. John if this was done in Los Angeles, or San Francisco would be it would be much bigger deal. Because the San Joaquin valley is is so far away from the population. Centres even though by itself, the San Joaquin valley is bigger than most states we deal with left wing media. So anytime, and it's known as more of a conservative area in the state. And it's being totally ignored. Nobody's covering it out in California. You're right. You're podcast conversation. Your podcast breaks news. Yeah. That's dead. Devon, Nunez podcasts. And I tunes. Listen to sheriff, Mike Boudreau it a very calm tone, describe a rampage in Devon's district. Now, we're going to turn to the larger story of border security when we come back because guess what is in the news. Always Devin Nunes, twenty two California. Congressman Devin Nunes, look into the hundred and sixteenth congress and looking also to Kevin de Leon correcting himself. With the law. That has now has now provided the opportunity for one and two men to go on rampages. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..