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"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:21 min | 2 months ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Joey Chestnut Eats Record 76 Hot Dogs in 10 Minutes

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Joey Chestnut Eats Record 76 Hot Dogs in 10 Minutes

"A Vallejo native is the winner of the annual Nathan's famous international hot dog Eating contest again. It's the 14th win for Joey Jaws, Chestnut. Who knocked back an impressive 76 hot dogs in 10 Minutes on Saturday morning in New

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"vallejo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"vallejo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From the horizon and should be visible each evening before twilight ends in the West. Southwest Sky. The triple conjunction should last through next Monday night. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News, So Cal Weather from K F. I am mostly sunny, weekend windy with highs in the sixties and seventies. And right now, Calabasas is reporting 57 degrees. Arcadia checks in with 50 degrees. ELISA Vallejo had 47 It is 48 degrees in the city of orange. We lead local KF eyes 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. Good morning, updating your drivers. You make your way in and around the South Lawn. Nothing major going down outside of count Trans work right now South on side of the four or five at Jamaica and Mission Hills North house off the 1 18 through west away towards the 10 Looks like about 15 to 20 minutes for your driving the north outside of the four or five out of Orange County through L, a county Seal beach to Sherman Oaks. Actually the 605 to the 101 37 to 40 minutes for your drive westbound side of the 91 out of downtown Riverside. If you make it through, and I'm in Fullerton to the five that'll be about 37 to 40 minutes for the drive. You find this guy helps get you there Faster. I'm Nick Polio. Keeney. Innovation refunds dot com is a firm that specializes in applying for a government program that rewards companies that are growing or improving. They just got my business partner in me a six figure tax rebate from the I. R S and the State of California. That's no small deal. Now this program rebates some of your expenses associated with simply being more competitive. These are deductions, their actual cash.

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Thanksgiving Travel Picks Up At Miami-Florida Area Despite CDC Warnings

Clark Howard

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Thanksgiving Travel Picks Up At Miami-Florida Area Despite CDC Warnings

"Officials have urged Americans not to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, but airports in the Miami Florida area are seeing a surgeon travel unlike anything seen since the pandemic began. Reporter Jessica Vallejo reports on those traveling in and out of Miami airports, including many Americans who have not seen their family since last winter. No matter where you look the terminals that Emma are busy this day before Thanksgiving, Peter Rodriguez was one rushing to his terminal with his grandson, My family. I got to my mom for me face timing his family before checkpoint, he says. It will be the first time he sees his family in Texas. Since the pandemic began. For Natasha. She just arrived from New York City. It will also be her first time seeing her father as cases have surged across the country. But she says she didn't feel safe on her American airline flight, and it was small, but I have to say the flight was pretty packed. I was a little concerned.

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Official resigns after throwing cat during online meeting

Dr. Wendy Walsh

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Official resigns after throwing cat during online meeting

"A city official in the bay area has apologized for what went down on a zoom call Vallejo planning commissioner Chris Platzer has resigned after city officials said he threw his pet cat and drink a beer during a teleconference meeting that was available to the public witnesses say plots are announced I'd like to introduce my cat and then picked up the pet before suddenly tossing the animal off screen city officials say he was also heard making derogatory remarks after the online meeting had ended according to the times Herald plots or send an email to the newspaper announcing he's stepping down and apologizing for his behavior his resignation comes just days before the city council was set to consider a resolution removing him

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Hook, Line, and Sink-Her, a History of Fishnets

Dressed: The History of Fashion

09:26 min | 1 year ago

Hook, Line, and Sink-Her, a History of Fishnets

"Mechanization of textile production as you know what really kind of signal the beginning of the end. For many of these handcrafted industries like lace knitting and simple sewing because these things increasingly transitioned to being made by machine and the latter two are the means by which the majority of people socks were saying sewing and knitting That's how most people socks and hosiery were made for centuries upon centuries and we just want to say that we've received numerous requests to do an episode on knitting. But I think you and I kind of intimidated by this topic. I know it's a huge. I mean it's just a giant giant topic. Yeah knitting and there's actually entire podcast just about knitting. Yeah it's very true and and just diving into this topic as you know just for this past week or two. It's very clear that this could be an entire. The history of knitting could be its entire podcast because its existing cultures around the world for hundreds if not over a thousand years ancient Egyptians appear to have been some of its earliest practitioners. I guess there's a there are extent I don't guess I know. They're extent knitted socks dating to the third or fourth century. Ad So well they also at the Vienna have really helpful instinct quote unquote history of knitting essay. I think we'll probably post a link of that somewhere. And they tell us in this essay that there is evidence of knitting goods being produced and circulated in Europe from the fourteenth century on so knitting was used in the production of men and women's hose at the time and we have to remember. We're not talking pantyhose. They were not fully fashioned. They did not have a crotch. These are two separate garments one for each leg and foot and as we can imagine and I'm sure many of our listeners who knit can relate. Haning hose was a labor and time intensive process. So you would think that people might have been a bit relieved when the English clergyman William Lee invented the first mechanical knitting machine or stocking frame as it was known the sixteenth century when he created it but alas they were not they are actually quite pissed well and like with many modern technical innovations. This is all had to do with the fact that many people's livelihoods were depending on the old way of doing things right so in this case the hand niggers the knitting industry exactly and so when lease machine that had stockings were presented to none other than Queen Elizabeth. The first herself she rejected them for this very reason. She reportedly told him quote. I have too much love for my poor people who obtain their bread by the employment of knitting to give my money to Ford invention that will tend to their ruin by depriving them of employment and thus making them bakers and from this moment on lease stocking frame and its subsequent evolutions. Were incredibly controversial. You just have to look at the protection of stocking frames act. Seventeen Eighty eight which rabbit hole people go. It's fine and the destruction of stocking frames act of eighteen twelve to realize that people wanted these machines. Gone that go away. They would not lease machine might represent one of the first examples of mechanization of textile production. But it would absolutely not be the very last you know. His invention was first major stage. In what would become the textile industries wide revolution that transformed the ways at textiles and dress reproduced. To this very day and these some of these other inventions include devices such as the cotton gin the card loom and ultimately the sewing machine so these machines like so many textile innovations of the industrial revolution. They would transform the industry but they would also displaced thousands of workers in the process and by the end of the Eighteenth Century. Lease stocking frame was being adapted to produce lace. But it would be John Heathcote. Bob Monette machine that is credited with perfecting it. Heath Coats machine produced plane net lace which we might refer to as tool today. April this is where stocking production and technology begins to go way over my head. I can guess because we have a ton of like textile trade industry publications in the collection at fit and they have like all the machines and diagrams and scientific information mean that this is like hardcore science. We're talking about. Yeah and there's a lot a lot of innovation happening in the knitted hose industry in the eighteenth late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries so it was a bit overwhelming and you know this because textile and specifically stocking production was incredibly integral to the British economy economies of the world over so there are these highly detailed reports about its development throughout the nineteenth century about the development of knitting technologies and netting technologies and there are a lot a lot of developments as April mentioned in the eighteen forties. Commissioner was appointed by Queen Victoria to report on the State of framework knitting industry and he produces a densely packed. Sixty five page report. Sixty pages complete no with not only the history of the knitting industry but in the country but also a quote list of the various kinds of machinery made use of in manufacturer of hosiery and lace with the names of Inventors From Fifteen Eighty Nine Aka. William Lee. We just spoke about two eighteen forty to eighteen forty three the present day so needless to say by the beginning of the nineteenth century the list which spans hundreds of years at this point was quite extensive and includes everything from lease stocking frame and Heathcote Bob an ATM machine to numerous others including casts quote machines for Lang. Hair and Jose remade wigs. I think I I think I need to know more about this and even eighteen. Oh three a fishing net machine but apparently it's failed being made by fishermen cheaper than by machine at this point so I guess the point would really trying to drive home as that lace and lace net where being machine made in the early nineteenth century and by eighteen forty five. There's a journal. Being produced by Pennsylvania's Franklin Institute and they reported on the modes quote of Work Fabricating Lace and Framework Knitted Manufacturers introduced from foreign states and this included machines for round fingered gloves from Madrid in Spain. Figured Work Shawls and quote unquote nodded hose without seems from. Leone and Barcelona and a quote cylinder particular machine for making fancy net hose and that came from a sound sturdy little bit. I think I'd take layers a needle. Okay okay but still just say but these these were not fishnet nets right. They're not for catching fish or fish. Net Hose No. They're not and I'm at but I am actually happy to finally share things to these evolutions and laze technology and eighteen eighty nine. We find the very first use of the term. The actual term fishnet in Harper's bazaar in relation to women's dress and they write the fashionable diesel returned from Paris bringing down with many new features gowns of India soaks Chinese crepe a fish nets and leases. But I did not find the use a fish net in relation to hose or stockings until over twenty years later in their nineteen twelve fall fashion number the trade publication dry goods reporter reported on a quote. Black Vallejo's of pure silk in a fish net pattern but they assure the readers at the hose were not intended to wear next to the skin but to produce novel effects when worn over white or colored hopes so from the very first introduction of fish net hose into women's fashion. We are already seeing these associations with eroticism. Yes you know. And they're kind of scared of that association right because they assured their readers again that quote. The new fishnet hose that we illustrate in this article has been shown to newspaper representatives. And some of them have used it as a subject of humorous articles. Conveying the impression that it was to be worn next to the skin. You know so this erotic potential of this garment is literally illustrated in this article. There's kind of the irony of it because they have this woman modeling this novel. Hosiery and April. We see her ankles. No what are we GONNA do. Candle shock and awe article continues on quote. The hose may never become a big seller on the market but the effect produced by them. Is Novel any store? Having at least a single pair of them for exhibition purposes could attract unusual attention to their hosiery department. So that's hilarious. There were basically like saying Ou. Come look at these scandalous stockings. You don't have to buy them. We're not really selling them right right. And I mean. It remained a novelty throughout the teens. Basically until nineteen twenty and this is where we see a more widespread acknowledgement of what the dry goods reporter calls the quote Unquote fishnet effect. In

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"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This is coming out of the Vallejo times Herald so the city of Elena wants to take all its residents for doing a great job of keeping wipes out of the pipes as well yeah yes exactly they want to thank you minute municipalities across the county has warned residents not to flush any top white down the toilet because they don't break down the toilet paper so they called the pipes and they could take over flow that's a big problem in a lot of cities so it is a huge problem in Vallejo is did they want to give a kudos a shots out to their residence for saying thank you for not clogging the pipes right off because a lot of people have been going up dude wipes because toilet paper is this is your bumper sticker even the wipes right now that's a good reminder for everyone else okay now this morning Albert is playing a movie clips for us in case you're trapped inside giving you an idea of a movie you might want to watch are you ready to fire one up okay here we go Elbert yes I am are you ready yep okay dot com could you tell me you built a time machine hi Laurie Michael J. fox yes back to the future so you are well you that she knows are moving yeah yeah I just love them that film series that's a good one that's a good one for the family as well as for the family of god no that's a good family when some of them are a little sketchy well I mean gal but it is inappropriate right right right right let's see what's coming up here a lot of folks are gonna be working at home okay again and you've done a little bit of research on how we can all be efficient we can be productive at home right because you know time at home can be like a black hole you get to the end of the day and you're like what did I get done today what happened to my days so we're gonna talk about productivity how you can be better at it in three minutes it's.

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"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Forty degrees in Vallejo and now to the stories that are trending on this Tuesday morning and he's ninety three point one KFBK this morning we are less than two months away from the California primary and there is still no favorite for the democratic presidential nomination in the state okay became political analyst Gary Dietrich says the race doesn't look anything like we thought it would a year ago well you've got now still read maybe what top contending candidate and give him a California people need to remember it unlike the general ledger it is not winner take all conceivable that several candidates could divvy up one of course is the largest treasure trove of democratic delegates in the country he took says while Bernie Sanders as had a strong performance in the state in twenty sixteen all of the major candidates are spending a lot of money in California so it's still too close to call the state of California is suing the owner of a large tech company over beach access near half moon bay kit because Jordan Christmas explains to state agencies have filed lawsuits against the Silicon Valley venture capitalist beach management companies in San Mateo county Superior Court the state lands commission and the California coastal commission filed suits against Sun Microsystems incorporated on Monday seeking to establish a court ordered right to public access to Martin's beach which was bought by the company the suit claims that the beach has been used as a public beach since at least the early nineteen hundreds and that the public has gained a right of access under the implied dedication doctorate in Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one KFBK Sacramento area gambling hall is been shut down by the St cave Piquet's Andy Clawson explain how for your Attorney General hobby or but Serra has ordered the emergency shutdown of magnolia house casino a Rancho Cordova card room the sheriff's office issued the shutdown order yesterday against the card room on Folsom Boulevard saying it didn't have enough money to cover the cost of customers cashing out the chips the server is office says they have been warning the casinos management about its financial irregularities since June the card room will remain closed until it has addressed its funding issues management of magnolia house did not respond to media requests for comment any Costa news ninety three point one KFBK a federal judge has approved a two hundred fifteen million dollar settlement between USC and women allegedly abused by university gynecologist the class action case involved about seventeen.

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"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is the zodiacs DNA but it's also possible belong to the mailman right right is it possible that there is still viable DNA of the zodiac killer out there in an evidence box somewhere well about what's the towards the end of two thousand sixteen and the two thousand seventeen the Vallejo police department submitted a few items of evidence I believe it was two envelopes and three letters and it was submitted for DNA testing and it's been it's been a couple years or more and unfortunately there really isn't a big budget in Vallejo for these types of investigations of whale has a really high crime rate and a lot of you know and they don't have the resources as to be able to say let's devote enough manpower and money to these old pieces of their busy fighting current cases and so so that the DNA evidence was submitted what's you know and it was sent to a lab I don't know the last name but the hope is that some DNA can be obtained finally that is likely the zodiac killer's DNA and that genealogy can be done obviously that everybody already knows this article the C. killer suspect was identified through genealogy after first his DNA was obtained and that's what everybody expects will solve the zodiac cases is the the some lab we'll be able to get a sample of DNA from the back of the stamp or something as a ten genealogy okay so yeah certainly the police department while attempting that they.

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"vallejo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"DNA but it's also possible belong to the mail right right is it possible that there is still viable DNA of the zodiac killer out there in an evidence box somewhere well about what's the towards the end of two thousand sixteen at the two thousand seventeen the Vallejo police department submitted a few items of evidence I believe it was two envelopes three letters and it was submitted for DNA testing and it's been it's been a couple years or more and fortunately there really isn't a big budget in Vallejo for these types of investigation of the label has a really high crime rate and a lot of you know and they don't have the resources as to be able to say what's the vote you know manpower and money to these old pieces of their busy fighting current cases and so so that the DNA evidence was submitted was you know and it was sent to a lab I don't know the last name but this is the hope is that the DNA can be obtained finally that is likely the zodiac killer's DNA and that genealogy can be done obviously that everybody already knows this article the C. killer suspect was identified through genealogy after first his DNA was obtained and that's what everybody expects will solve the zodiac cases in the lab we'll be able to get a sample of DNA from the back of the stamp or something and genealogy okay certainly the police department one thing that they are it was just about.

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What Led Joe Joe Clark to Become a Naturalist Educator

Cultivating Place

02:24 min | 1 year ago

What Led Joe Joe Clark to Become a Naturalist Educator

"We ring in the New Year of this new decade with the power of twenty twenty twenty hours for the making this week. We welcome Gardner Naturalist Educator Husband and Lily Lover Joe Joe Clark born and raised in Vallejo California to a garden loving mother. Joe is a naturalist working on interpretation public engagement and education occasion and nearly equal amounts of paperwork for the Napa County Open Space district taking him to both state and county parks in coastal stole Northern California. He joins us today from his home garden to share more about his garden life journey and his abiding love for the lillies. Welcome Joe for excited to the Audio podcasts. I'm so grateful so before we get into to your fieldwork. Go back a little bit. Tell me about your earliest influences. That led you to be this kind of person. Why Natural I? I'm sorry I garden at home and I have to thank my mom for that. I was born in Vallejo California and my childhood was pretty awesome. I had an opportunity to to be outside a lot and with that ed come with the tours so we had a garden in the back of our yard and it had all these vegetables that I loved. I mean I love eating. I love eating but the fruit that she she drew was amazing and my younger brother. He actually took on a lot of the homework and kind of a thank sort of guided the guard for me. I was more into other things that I could eat. But the things that attracted me through my is that That sense you know and the smell and so she did have some irises. That were in the front yard. I didn't really know that they were native but later on I kinda grew into you know my my interests of native plants of California -Fornia they were native They were Douglas. Iris Mummy version. And so that developed this hunger I guess you know

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"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Discovery kingdom in Vallejo is the first west coast amusement park to go solar roller coasters an animal habitats in the park will now be powered by solar energy from panels in the parks parking lots Six Flags says the solar carports will provide up to eighty percent of the park's electricity needs lejos mayor flip the switch to go solar at a ceremony on Friday and that also marked the start of the twelfth annual holiday in the park event at Six Flags so one of the vents going on for December and corsets cyber Monday today as we get into the busy shopping season ABC's Alex stone tells us about what credit card companies are doing with your information they are now beginning to crunch your credit card data where you've been shopping where and how much and giving it to a third party company they analyze it and decide where you probably gonna go next or what could they entice you to go toward and that's were now these ads that if you go in that many of our credit card app or website that if you go somewhere in the apps that it will give you a ten percent coupon over here if you use your credit card or you get this many bonus points here if you go over here I thought the last couple of months a an American Express been doing this for a long time but others now adding on to it that it was it had been everybody saw that we use to deal with that credit card now these are specifically toward you based on if you shop at this store then maybe they can get you to go into this store if you eat tonight a chipotle maybe they can convince you with a ten percent coupon to go over to little Caesars and to get pizza so this is all part of that this is where privacy advocates come into and they say this is they believe a slippery slope in that credit card data has always been kind of the the locking key data they say going your priest that it doesn't go anywhere that nobody has there access has any access to that data now they're beginning to have access to the data where will it go so how far who could be sold to that's where it got some folks concern but the credit card company see it a different way they say that this is about offering you a convenience they can offer you a discount there someplace that you might want to shop that they can target the suggestions to you and that they're working with these third party companies to do what they say it's all about convenience not about trying to to make more money into it to send you to spend money somewhere else what do we all sign off on that when we read all that fine print your credit exactly so yeah you can opt out of it but in the again the privacy folks say but it's hard to opt out of something you don't know is in there but it is somewhere deep in that credit card agreement so when your credit card company sends you the agreement once a year and said we made some changes most of us open it up it's a big thick thing and we just throw it away well somewhere in there this is in there you could call your credit card company you can say that you want to opt out of it the you want nothing to do with it and again the the privacy groups they're saying well how far could ago could auto insurance companies say well we have access to the data which they don't right now they may never well what if they did one day and they could say well this person has been shopping a lot at liquor stores they could in further you're buying a lot of booze and say well maybe they're more likely to get a do you why this person have been shopping at the pharmacy more maybe they're not as in good health that they could be a higher risk and the rates could go up there not having control over that data that's where these privacy groups who sang this scares them that now credit card companies are beginning to go down that road of analyzing what you bought how much when you bought it and then and then trying to figure out what to do with that data wow okay ABC's Alex stone thank you you got it makes getting a six twenty now.

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California Relies on Planes, Lessons From Past to Prevent Deadly Blazes

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:44 min | 2 years ago

California Relies on Planes, Lessons From Past to Prevent Deadly Blazes

"With us California has battled some of its biggest wild fires this year with a new weapon a plane for example outfitted with infrared sensors that can see through smoke to plop the Blazers perimeters and transmit the coordinates to firefighters in real time the plane has mapped many of the major fires that exploded in the past few weeks including five in the greater Los Angeles area and the king came fire in cinema county north of San Francisco more on wild this wildfire season has not been as deadly as ones in the past from Erin L. worth disaster reporter at the Wall Street journal Erin what we know so far there have been more than five thousand players this season but that tracked by cal fire but none of them have have gotten to the point that they are as destructive or as deadly as something like a camp fire that destroyed last year that killed eighty five people they're not as destructive say as the twenty seventeen fire storm in California's wine country is that you know destroyed Q. Q. neighborhood in Santa Rosa killed more than two dozen people were just not we're seeing we're seeing fires but they are not doing the same scale of damage that's not to say that they're not doing some damage the people have people have lost homes showed that heart wrenching thing to go through it but again just not on that huge scale towards and it's not because these fires are hitting the same areas and there's nothing left to burn that's not the case right no in fact in terms of the can keep fire one of the things that I was told was that in some ways the fire was filling in areas that had burned repeatedly so some of them are starting in the same general area but it's not like they're on top of the the the buyer or the campfire burned or anything like that so what are some folks point to here in terms of lessons from the past well good to start with the experience a lot of people say you know California firefighters they are constantly dealing with these wildfires they are just crawling on drawing on previous experience cute to go after these things and you can look at at a fire fighting it can be like the one in Contra Costa or the one in Vallejo where they've they've learned that you know in red flag whether the need to pre position so a red flag warning will come up and a red flag is what you have you know high winds and low humidity and essentially big fuel load up lots of things that might be able to burn a fire to be likely so don't don't yeah extra engine to add an extra ladder trucks add prepare those resources and then make sure that they have the firefighters available to you take take those recorded out when needed and so the other day one Contra Costa was under a red flag to be fought like eat fire in in a fifteen hour period and they drew heavily on those pre positioned resources while speaking with Erin L. worse disaster reporter at the Wall Street journal teacher in a piece entitled California relies on planes and lessons from the past to prevent deadly blaze as well so they point to here what do we actually kind of cool stuff happening you have been I'll call it a consortium of firefighting agencies and mark Porsche other California counties who have started to rely on the line I'm pretty advanced technology bear in the supercomputer that in house at UC San Diego and the super computer it's called wife higher it it basically is a modeling program and it will take real time weather data known fire corridors and then a bunch of other information and add two one eight by your store like say the Getty fire in LA firefighters will pop what they know about that fire into into the modeling program and why fire will essentially it out predictions about what the fire might do you thanks Erin Erin feel worse disaster reporter at the Wall

California Fifteen Hour
California wildfires: Newsom issues proclamation

Hanson McClain's Money Matters

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

California wildfires: Newsom issues proclamation

"Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a statewide emergency due to the effects of unprecedented high wind events that have resulted in fires and evacuations across the state we can get fire in cinema county has burned more than thirty thousand acres the take fire in southern California has also caused the evacuation of tens of thousands of residents a small fire broke out this morning near Vallejo what the flames coming dangerously close to home the blaze was reported shortly after nine AM in the Glen cove area forcing the CSU maritime academy to issue an evacuation order is the H. P. is diverting traffic the interstate highway seven eighty the blackouts may not be over even after today's fast winds subside more offshore winds are expected to arrive on Tuesday and the genie says they could also warned power set off the company seventy forecast noted elevated chance of cutting power in parts of six towns in its service territory on

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Today In True Crime - Zodiac Killer

Hostage

09:42 min | 2 years ago

Today In True Crime - Zodiac Killer

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his Yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the Ambient Din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and Apple Street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer wanted the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up at the man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut goals the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today on it seems unlikely that it ever will

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The Murder of Paul Stine: 50 Years Later

Serial Killers

09:41 min | 2 years ago

The Murder of Paul Stine: 50 Years Later

"I'm Vanessa Richardson and today we're discussing the murder of Paul Stein a cab driver who gave a ride to the Zodiac killer on the night of October eleventh nineteen sixty nine and was killed in his car after reaching his destination had it not be in for a communications breakdown within the police the Zodiac killer's ten month long killing spree might have ended that night four we discussed the hunt for the elusive Zodiac killer. Let's go back to the evening of October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine twenty nine year old Paul Stein didn't like to define himself as a cabdriver that was his night job meant to support him as he pursued his doctorate in English at San Francisco State University he was even gearing up to quit just a few months before he'd been mugged by a passenger and ever since he'd felt a tinge of worry whenever a stranger got in his car. Stein had decided that cabdriver having wasn't for him but he still needed to work the job while he found something else and so on the night of October Eleventh Stein and his yellow Bob were cruising through San Francisco's theatre district he picked up a new fare at some point around nine thirty pm the singer was a white man even the brightly lit intersections that surrounded San Francisco's Union Square the shadows seemed to dance across the passengers Ace keeping him in a gloomy shroud Washington and maple the man said in a near whisper he didn't speak again Stein started the meter and pulled away it takes an average of eighteen minutes to reach Washington and Maple in the presidio Heights neighborhood from union in station Stein's passenger remained silent for the entire ride Stein didn't mind that he'd been driving a cab for long enough to expect all tips he'd had passengers told him their entire life story from the backseat of his cab others like tonight's ride kept silent speaking only to require Esta Destination Stein thought about turning on the radio but decided against it all of the stations were talking about one thing anyway the Zodiac killer just two weeks before to students had been tied up and stabbed by a man in an executioner's hood over at Lake Barry Esa the get up was weird enough but the guy had also been writing letters to the city's newspapers sending puzzles for people to solve the city was on edge wondering when the next attack was going to come Stein didn't want to think about it he opted for the ambient din of the assing city instead if the passenger minded he didn't speak up Stein reached for the meter he pulled over at the corner of Washington Street and apple street wait the shadow shrouded man whispered from the backseat pull on up Stein didn't speak he just nodded as he put the cab back in gear maybe the guy had gotten his address wrong it happened all the time where to Stein asked as the cab cruised along Washington street here the man said suddenly as the cab approached the next intersection after Washington and Maple Stein pulled over and turned off meter the man owed six dollars and twenty five cents he leaned forward from the back seat reaching into his pocket to get his Wallet Stein's opposed he didn't even see the gun the passenger raised his nine millimeter pistol and fired point blank into Stein's head Stein was dead before his head hit the steering wheel the killer exited the cab and moved around it to the front passenger door he opened the door and reached in to pull the keys from the ignition. He pocketed them then he snatched Stein's wallet from his pocket and began to rip his shirt apart the killer didn't know it but he was being watched three teenagers in an apartment across the street phoned the police shortly before ten pm they reported a man white may be tween twenty five or thirty five with reddish brown hair and heavy rimmed glasses they could likely see Stein's body from their vantage point down in the cab the killer grabbed a swatch of stine's torn shirt and took off down Cherry Street patrol officers. Don Falcone and Eric Films were the closest to the crime scene as they made their way toward Washington Cherry their dispatcher gave them an update on the suspect he described the man they were looking for as a black male so when falcons elms passed a heavyset white man walking away from the crime scene they thought nothing of it they hurried to the scene only then did they learn that the dispatch had mixed up the suspect's description falcons elms both realized that they had very likely just past the killer coming up breath man hunt sweeps the surrounding blocks now back to the story Paul Stein was murdered in his cab fifty years ago today on October Eleventh Nineteen Sixty nine in San Francisco's Presidio Heights neighborhood a manhunt ensued police searched the surrounding blocks but it was too late the killer was gone the murder was not initially linked to the Zodiac killer the crime didn't fit his usual mo all of the other known Zodiac attacks had occurred in secluded areas and the victims had all been cut tells the gun that the killer used to kill Stein also did not match the suspected weapons used in the other attacks it was the Zodiac himself who led the police to suspect that there was more to Paul stine's murder since August of nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer had been mailing letters to the San Francisco medical the San Francisco Examiner and the Vallejo Times in these letters the killer took credit for his crimes taunted the police for their inability to catch him and sent bizarre ciphers that he challenged the police to try and solve it was also in these letters that the killer had shared his name the Zodiac the killer had not sent a letter in several weeks the newspapers had not heard from him even after the events of the timber twenty seventh nineteen sixty nine when the Zodiac had killed Cecelia Shepard and attacked Bryan Hartnell but on October third eighteenth two days after Stein's death the San Francisco Chronicle received a new Zodiac letter it read I am the murderer of the taxi driver over by Washington Street and Maple Street last night to prove this here is a bloodstained piece of his shirt I am the same man who did in the people in the North Bay area the San Francisco police could have caught me last night if they had searched the park proper early the letter included a bloody scrap of Paul stine's shirt the witnesses who had initially called the police worked with a sketch artist to produce composite sketch of what they believed the killer looked like this was widely circulated but to no avail the Zodiac killer wrote another letter to the San Francisco Chronicle on November ninth nineteen sixty nine in it he claimed that he actually spoke with police officers on the night that he killed Paul Stein this is likely untrue officers Falcons films reported that they had just seen the man passing on there way to the scene and realized after the subjects description was updated that they might have missed him still if the man that Falcons Elm saw okay was the Zodiac than that was the closest that the police ever got to catching him between December of nineteen sixty eight and October nineteen sixty nine the Zodiac killer brutally attacked seven people killing five of them he seemed to resurface at least once more in eighteen seventy when he attempted to abduct a woman named Kathleen Johns and her infant child Kathleen later linked her attacker to the police sketch of Paul stine's murderer the Zodiac killer continued to send letters to the San Francisco Chronicle over the next few years in some he claimed credit for murders that had occurred in the San Francisco Bay area but the police were never able to definitively connect him to any of those crimes today a is the fiftieth anniversary of Zodiac's last known murder the killer's identity has never been discovered as time continues on it seems unlikely that it ever will

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Officials say California deputy lied about being shot

Morning Edition

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Officials say California deputy lied about being shot

"An LA county sheriff's deputy lied about being shot by a rooftop sniper last week in the parking lot of a sheriff's station in Lancaster on him I know says frantic radio call sent hundreds of deputy searching for the shooter captain can Wagner says Reynosa admitted he made up the whole thing and cut holes in his uniform to make it look like he'd been shot there was no sniper no shots fired and no gunshot injuries sustained to the shoulder completely fabricated the sheriff's department intends to firing no Sir no surprise there and continue to criminal investigation of the incident staying on law enforcement earlier this month families of people shot and killed by police applauded the new bill signed by governor Gavin Newsom which aims to restrict when officers use lethal force standing behind the governor at the signing ceremony with the sister of on Helen Rommel's who shot and killed by Vallejo police in two thousand seventeen since then a different story of how Ron was was killed has emerged and this is added to a growing sense of mistrust of police symbol a ho Erica cruise quemada a producer with the KQED podcast the bay reports wishes I lose mother moved their family from Vallejo to Oakland in twenty eleven because she worried about game violence that was the one thing my mom was afraid of losing her kids and that's why she wrote a song here only for a cop to kill my brother angel Ramos was shot in his mother's backyard on January twenty third twenty seventeen police say they got calls from neighbors about a fight at a large party something Sadler refutes settlers as the police have since crafted and narrative around the word party to make the situation appear less sympathetic to her brother she says it was just a family gathering with drinking and music but it wasn't like a party how the media tried to put it out there was all who lived here police say they arrived on scene to find angel Rameau's in a fight armed with a knife according to documents from the Solano county district attorney officers sacri Jacobson said he saw Rommel's making stabbing motions toward the guy lying underneath him Jacobson told investigators that to keep Rommel's from stabbing the victim he had to shoot I know they were lying in for sure in of course they got a make up something to try to cover their mates almost his family says he didn't have a knife when he was shot and they've since found evidence to support that the person run was was allegedly attacking has joined the family in a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Vallejo denying the official police version of events he says Rommel's was clearly an obviously unarmed when he was shocked and police interviews with a firefighter and medic who responded to the scene say there were no weapons near the body when they arrived I mean it was a hectic fine don't get me wrong but I feel like everybody should just went to jail here's something nobody should have been murdered the DA's office during the shooting lawful the little police did not agree to an interview for this story citing ongoing litigation Sadler has become an activist against police shootings she would like to leave a Leo but she says not until her brother's case is over for the California report I'm Erica

La County
Looking Back at Rap Legend E-40

Bullseye

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Looking Back at Rap Legend E-40

"Is the rap legend E. forty if you're from the bay area like I am you know him as one of if not the greatest cultural forces in music of the region certainly in hip hop he became that way because of an utterly unique style here's one of his first break out singles rappers Paul and I would have been waiting for the let's see forty name himself the ambassador of the bay that's what he is he was born and raised in the small town of Vallejo in the East Bay and he's brought the culture of the bay area to the world Graham she would have called him an organic intellectual fiercely independent and unlike anyone or anything else reminds me of the bay area itself forties distinctive style overflows with language his bars are stuffed to the gills with words both real and imagined he's hip hop's king of slang and he's a stylist without peer he's also spent his career at the forefront of independent music building a rap empire that changed the way that records were made and sold in hip hop and beyond he is both an artist and of movement his distinctiveness has kept him relevant for three decades now for mob music in the nineteen nineties to hi fi slaps in the arts two new records today his themes are simple hustling street life a little bit of wisdom and a lot of money making here's the latest single from his new album practice makes paper it's called chase the money most

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"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This is NewsRadio k b K. Vallejo police say a forty seven year old mother and her three year old son suffered major injuries when they were mauled by group pit bull terriers they were looking after this happened Friday about five thirty PM officers use pepper spray and had to physically separate the dog from the woman in child. A rally will be held this morning on L street as tenants. Renters will be out in support of a series of bills aimed at stop rent increases in unjust divisions. Assembly. Bill thirty six fourteen eighty one in fourteen eighty two all aim to protect seventeen million tenets and help them. Stay in their homes by keeping renting prices in check. The rally will begin at eleven forty AM. And we'll begin in front of the Senator hotel building, the California wine industry's largest advocacy group will move its west coast headquarters to Sacramento after eighty five years in San Francisco. The wine institute's board of directors decided on the move during its meeting last month, the news headquarters will encompass all same Francisco operations as well as this thing Sacramento office that currently employed. For people Nick dos. Newsradio Kate became and traffic and weather together. Taking a look at eastbound highly fifty overnight electrical work that could be slow down. We've got a right lane closure. At the yellow county line pioneer breeds area. Eastbound fifty until five AM and then the left wing will be closed from Stockton boulevard, sixty fifth street on and off ramp restrictions as well on that stretch of eastbound highway fifty we've got an on ramp closure to eastbound eighty at antelope road closed at ten PM to five AM daily and checking it on CD streets who got the right lane closed Florin road. Westbound just west of highway ninety nine installing a new gas line there until April twenty second traffic on the tens every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons, Brian Deane, news ninety three point one calf Kate. Patchy clouds tonight, low fifty four it turns out cloudy tomorrow with a shower around in the.

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"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Five hundred feet of Vallejo. Couple is facing charges for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine at an elder care facility, the operated dragon. I administration said Henry Benson and Rosselli Cipriani were manufacturing and distributing. These pills out of the Genesis care for the elderly and Vallejo, which is also the couple's residents documents say undercover agents, thousands of tablets from the couple some of which were stamped with images in the likeness of President Trump others bearing resemblance to the Kool aid man and the tesla logo Benson NC brianna were arrested last Thursday at the facility, Cindy Chan NewsRadio K F B K. Is back behind bars this morning after he walked away from you'll creek state prison back on February seven Zachariah Lee taken into custody over the weekend at a gas station by the Mercer county law enforcement lease escape was discovered. After an inmate checked last Thursday, he will be transported to valley state prison and his case would be given to the Amador county district attorney's office or they will consider pressing charges five oh five K. Should it be illegally? If you're asked to help a police officer and refuse California Senator is saying it's time to say goodbye to an old law a law. That's almost one hundred and fifty years old makes it a misdemeanor for an able bodied adults to refuse an officers. Call for help and making an arrest or recapturing fleeing suspect anyone who does could be fine up to a thousand dollars. Senator Bob Hertzberg now wants to eliminate the California posse Comitatus act of nineteen seventy-two saying it's antiquated. He's sponsoring a Bill that would completely repeal the act law enforcement groups have yet to take a position on SP. One ninety two Joel Michaels. Newsradio KF became..

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"vallejo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Five four six two six USA's pulling out of the intermediate forces nuclear treaty with Russia after what appears to be years of violations by the Russians. I would hardly be any big surprise the Russians have not exactly taken the spirit or would possible. Even the the precise wording of most of their international agreements that seriously in that Amir Putin's efforts to resurrect the evil empire for which he has had undisguised LaSalle Joe over the years. We're talking with Kelly Vallejo's, the executive editor of the American conservative magazine, their website, the American conservative dot com and something else that appeared in the reports that we heard earlier which was that. European officials have been urging the Russians to take the next six months. To return to full and verifiable compliance to preserve the treaty, which makes it sound. As though until the next six months are out. This is not a done deal as such that. There's a there's a window here. Neither doubt seriously that this will persuade bladder Putin. Do suddenly see the righteousness of that action and go the straight narrow, but nonetheless, I gather that this is not cast in concrete quite yet. Is that right, right? They have according to the treaty. They have a hundred eighty days to rectify this. So either what what Trump is saying is that he, you know, he wants them to destroy violating missiles in this regard. I don't know and the Russian say they're that their missiles are within the range of compliance. So we're there's an impasse there. I don't know what's going to happen. I mean, some folks believe that the Trump administration. Is is basically pushing this. I would hope that within one hundred and eighty days the Russians will comply like you said. Or you've suggested that the Russians probably are that's not really an cards for them. But there is that six month window where where something could happen. Some negotiation could happen with interesting is this this whole matter began way back in two thousand seven so the American intelligence have had wind of these missiles for a long time. The Obama administration did not push it. Although the intelligence community had pretty much connected all the dots that these missiles were not in compliance. The Trump administration has decided and announced a year ago that it was going in this direction to really push push. The matter the Russians all the way up until recently had denied that these missiles had even existed now, they say the exists, but they're within compliance as you know, this this kind of back and forth has been going on for more than a generation at this point with various treaties. And it is it is a dance that's been carrying on since the Cold War on this is just the latest chapter. But it could really escalate things either way like you said earlier in terms of our security. European security in the region. So it is day and age of of satellites I mean to to question the existence of such missiles or their capabilities. I mean, if the Russians of ever tested, these things, you know, that a US satellite is watched it and watched how far it went. I mean, I it. We're really passed the euro, I think when you can can can make this stuff up. I mean, if you've got a missile, and it it is fired and tested within the the the boundaries of that treaty. Well, then the Russians have that. And if those very same missiles are are seen deployed in such and such a location again there's little in the way of denying that at least with a straight face. Well, you know what? And I'll be fair because I'm not an expert in what I did talk to Scott Ritter. Beat you know earlier today. Just getting his take on it. You know, as we know what happened in the lead up to Iraq intelligence is not necessarily a smoking gun. So you know, the way he believes, and you know, you you might disagree, but intelligence community Austin has a sort of a pre narrative, you know, they they is in like would Iran they believe that something's going on eight and they find the dots to connect it. You know, but the science isn't sound. And so there's a lot, you know, satellite. Images might come up. They might be testing wooden weapon. And then it turns out it's another weapon. So I this has been going on since two thousand seven you know, what he told me is that the Russians had often they had had repeatedly asked, you know, the Americans due to provide their evidence. And which they didn't. And so that little game is going back and forth for for years on end. So I'm not in any position because it's not really my, you know, my nice field. You know to tell you what the evidence they have. But I could probably say considering what we know about the intelligence community. And how it sort of builds narrative, you know, in Connecticut for what whatever agenda they have that. This might not be. Smoking gun. But on the other hand, we know Russians and their history. And so it's not necessarily going to believe everything they say either. But do we get out of the treaty? Does that escalate things or does it puts the Russians to comply or come back to a negotiating table? I think that's the question. A lot of people in Washington will probably tell you that getting out of the treaty is is is is a dangerous move. But we've seen this president kind of push people's hands before and get people to the table. So I think it'll be interesting to see over the next six months. What happens it will that?.

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White officer demoted for Snapchat video taunting black woman

Ethan Bearman

02:44 min | 2 years ago

White officer demoted for Snapchat video taunting black woman

"So to have this video of an officer. It was posted on Facebook. Yesterday shows an officer. Tackling Vallejo residents. Adrian Burrell after Burrell refused to back, wait. Now, the officer, of course, has the right, and we cannot interfere with their ability to do their job. But the officer there's limit on that officer can't if I'm standing ten feet away. I'm not interfering. Officer can't say you're interfering. And then make it into the fact that I'm interfering by approaching meeting. Oh, no. We have the right to film you in public. Just like we have the right to record public meetings with public officials. It's really clear. So the fact that this happened at all in Vallejo. Is problematic and it's happening too far too regularly. The individual in question here. Resonant Adrian Burrell I'm going to quote him from his post, the this unfortunate circumstance put me in a situation where if I was to defend myself as the officer went after him in the video, then I would have been a hashtag or worse. My death would have been ignored or excused on the premise of McLaughlin's, irrational fear and remember in officer who fears for their safety has justifiable. Use of force. Unlike you and me that is a special provisions we have given law enforcement. So I'm I'm just always curious. Where that line is when I know I know way too many law enforcement officers who I've talked to who will talk to me off air not recorded it, Sarah, never want to be named on this type of thing. We're like, it's impa. It's so hard to get rid of the bad cops. We all know who the bad cops. Are they all have told me this? Now, all many have told me this. We know who the bad cops are, and it's so difficult to get them off the force because the union rightfully has some rules in place. Make it hard to just get rid of officers. And you can't go after people you can't beat them up and then to make this one even worse. Once they found out. This guy was a veteran. They let him go. What? So we really do have a multi tier system of Justice. So if you're a black man, you get treated one way, you're a black, man. But a veteran what will treat you just a little bit better. What if you were a white guy white guy who is a veteran? What if you're a wealthy famous celebrity veteran white guy? Where do we draw these lines? It is

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"vallejo" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Counting Countries

"Guess that can be both a great feeling a little discomforting. So now, I have my over not in Kansas anymore question. So when we're on the road, I think there's almost two Sutts of rules. We operate with. There's the set at home where you follow the rules. You're cautious. You're wear of risk. So many times I'm overseas in doing things, which I would never do back home. Go into a canyon where there's twenty. Tigers in sit with them or jump into an area with their sturdy sharks woman around the boat or feeding hyena from my mouth. So what is one of these situations where why in the world, am I doing this? If they heard about this back home, they would think I'm crazy. For me, particularly I don't like motorcycles. I don't like motorbikes, I'm afraid herreid on them. Now when I'm traveling somewhere, and that's really your only option. I'll get on the back of have someone drive it. But never drive it myself so down to Vallejo one of the one things to do there is that you can for ten ten euro day. You can run out a motorbike, and I don't know what possessed me that they you know, what I can ride a bike. Surely, I can easily righty motorbike. So they came over with the motorbikes I paid. And then the guy tried to teach me, and it did not go very well. There was two of them. There was an other lady that I met there. She was from China traveling. So we were going to do this together and drive around the island, and I get on the bike. And I'm so nervous about it. I can't remember what to how to stop and go, and I'm just messing off, you know, and I end up surging forward panicking. And I can't remember how to stop. So I try and stick my leg down the bike. It's the side of my leg. And luckily that point a second later evil stop I wasn't going so fast, but my leg actually still now it's it's still a little bit injured from it. And we did keep going. We attempted to do half half of the island. And we got to the point where she was trying to be really nice about it. But I mean, I'm driving along the, you know, going just fear, you know, five miles an hour something real slow going slow enough that I bite can keep up impasse me. So we found another traveler that we'd met he was from Poland. And he ended up following me back on the motorbike. He wrote behind on his bicycle, and he was able to keep up with me to make sure I made it all the way back, and I was done with the motorbike at that point. Don't think I'll ever drive again. Okay. Well, A for effort in trying to break down, some of your fears..

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U.S. and Mexico to set up joint team to fight drug cartels

Chip Franklin

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. and Mexico to set up joint team to fight drug cartels

"Now on Amazon Alexa open the cagey oh eight tenths skill does, he HP says an arrest has been made in the freeway crash that killed an. Officer and a Vallejo man near, Fairfield, last week announcement will be made later this afternoon crash killed forty six, year. Old CHP officer Kirk GRIs and. Forty nine year old high may manual of Vallejo, former CIA director John Brennan is not deterred by losing his. Security. Clearance Brennan telling MSNBC that President Trump's decision to revoke his clearance is an abuse. Of power, I do believe that Mr. Trump decided to take this. Action he's done with others to try to intimidate and

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"vallejo" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on Short Story Long

"So driving Vallejo and Napa just to get like the patent leather Chicago Jordan mids now that I know it. But at the time early and I was able to get him early and then go, what I would do is. Put them on and then go to like a foot locker before they came out. And they were just to show my way of like stunt people without having to say anything like, oh, Where'd you get those. Yeah, the big thing. But then all of my friends and we had a group, we had a pretty big group of friends like we all had the same damn shoes like they're, they're like, all right. I wish you're going to wear today like you had to make sure that someone else was wearing it. 'cause I mean, even to this day, we don't like wearing the same shoes. Of course. So I just had to do something in at the time. I was just are still artistic in high school when I always just doing things with my hands at creating, and I was doing a screen print class at a hated, but I was always, you know, working with paint and stuff. And I went to like a, I would always spend time at like a Michael's or Joe in was just arts and craft store and went inside picked up an airbrush found some model paint for like car models and went to my room that I've remodeled the few times. I didn't tell you about that at a young age. I was literally like going like I would change my room once a month like like change it how I would repaint and everything. Yeah, I don't know is my, I'm lucky I got away with what I did, but my parents opened a restaurant freshman year of high school which took, that's where they went like their time, went into a restaurant. It was the restaurant closed at three in the morning, so I rarely saw my parents. So yeah, house remodeling it painting. Like I, I remember this one where I actually built the window shutters out of like fence boards. It looked like a painted. I like sponge painted the walls. It looks like it was in a beach and I had the shutters that opened. I mean, I built this all by myself too. So it was critical Razi. But what age? Freshman. You said this was? Yeah, high school. Early high school independence didn't care like they didn't. They're so busy there as long as. Yeah, didn't care too much. I mean as long as. Stay out of trouble. My dad was upset when I would build forts in the backyard because we never cleaned it up like inside. They're just like, whatever. How interesting. So we've always had this, like you've been shoe surging your entire life since you were like fifteen. Yeah, it was always just, I guess, a handyman? Yeah. So then did you take when you went to Michael's and stuff like that and got the airbrush and stuff? Did you just kinda ply that like I'm just gonna build my own shoes then, so minor different? Yes. So I, I don't know exactly how it came about, but I'll just a Michaels and picked up like the cheap airbrush that you can just switch cans in. And I grab model paint because it went with the airbrush and I went home and that night airbrushed a pair of all white Air Force..

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At least 69 killed in apartment building blast in Syria: Monitor

Glenn Beck

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

At least 69 killed in apartment building blast in Syria: Monitor

"A Syrian search and rescue group says a death, toll from Sunday explosion straight to apartment, buildings in a rebel held town as, risen to sixty seven the Britain. Based Syrian observed shift human rights says an arms depot in a basement had detonated in the Sunday blast bringing down to five story apartment, buildings act this say the death. Toll, includes many children. Meanwhile the civil defense also the white helmets is still searching through the. Rubble looking for survivors the observatory thinks that was run by an arms dealer involved with the. Group as liberation committee the cause of the blast in a village near the Turkish. Border wasn't

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7 Things Your Hair Says About Your Health

Dr. Asa On Call

02:09 min | 3 years ago

7 Things Your Hair Says About Your Health

"Seven things your hair says about your health your hair talks about your health you're look, at somebody and just say with that healthy well the, hair and skin and the eyes. Remember the eyes of the window to the soul but her hair. Talks so much. About what's going on with their health believe it or not so. Seven things your hair says about it gray hair and stress so anyone, who's, watched, the, presidential, hair, from campaign the campaign knows this dress. Turns the hair grey but oxidative stress may. Affect the pigment producing cells says dermatologist Parade I Mira Monte who's. At the department of dermatology at the permanent a medical group Vallejo California. Colleges don't know exactly why, the trauma and stress will turn. The hair gray but. They say explains when your hair greys it's. Dictated partly. By your genes also zinc deficiency that's a. Big one brittle hair in Cushing syndrome is. Another big one so brittle hair. Is a symptom of cushing's but there are many other obvious, symptoms that causes hair to be brittle, it's caused by excess cortisol which can be high, blood pressure fatigue and back pain and the treatment for cushing's can include, certain doses of medications. That could be caused condition other people might, need surgery chemotherapy or. Radiation correct adrenal glands overproduction cortisol but another was dry thinning here in thyroid disease hypothyroidism I remember, Hypo means low does not functioning as high as it, could Hypothyroidism. Means that you're not working, that effectively and. It. Can cause tiredness cold,

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"vallejo" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"vallejo" Discussed on In The Thick

"Start this foundation that was my very first trip back into vallejo and i've been there everyday since because we are in the middle of the community now trying to make things better you know of course you you are suffering the thing that every mother every parent fears right the moser losing your child but then losing your child in such a violent way and you go into this deep depression you talk about it you talk about your pta then you write these words patty you say i've come to realize that the most deeply wounded among us are the most vulnerable to other people's sufferings that there is power in burying our broken hearts and i'm just wondering about that notion about when we feel wounded it's like we just wanna crawl into that hole and disappear that blackness but you're actually saying that if you are deeply moon did actually allows you to be a human being who has the capacity to connect to somebody else who suffering right yeah you know i struggled a lot after this happened because we'll first of all this is a society i don't know if it's unique to america or just the human population as a whole but there is an awkwardness in uncomfortable this with dealing with tragedy and pain and so i actually lost a lot of people in my life after my son was shot and killed because people couldn't relate they didn't know what to say to me they didn't want to be reminded you know i was a walking reminder that anything can happen at any time and not in a good way and i remember seeing people i knew at the grocery store and they would see me and then they would turn the other way at first i was hurt and i was upset and later i had to put myself in their shoes and think well what would i say what would i do and i thought well if we share you know if we share our stories and we let people in and they understand the roller coaster of it all and you're still the same person inside and a lot of ways but you're also very different you've changed and so that was one of my reasons for writing the story number one to let other people in my position no that they weren't alone and there was a way out not that my story was a how to but just that they weren't alone and to offer some hope and then the second goal was to let people who've never been in this position and hopefully will never be in this position understand what it feels is like so that you know they don't say things like well this was god's plan that was something that used to really upset me even you know he's in a better place which is how i come came up with the title of my book to say that to a mother whose son was shot and killed euchre it's difficult to digest because the best place for a child in a mother's is is is with his mother with his family you know and so that was hard to hear well just bring your memoir one of the things that you talk about is that you didn't read the coverage of your son's murder right in zine by the same paper that used to work for and wrote this in the book i didn't wanna see my son's face under the same headline i had written so many times in the newsroom not my son i didn't know who shot him or why i didn't care the answers would not bring robbie back and i think that struck me because we're parents but we're also journalists right that's what we do and how do you start really looking at these stories of gun violence in a way that we as journalists can do a better job in covering it well i remember when i was in all the years that i was in a newsroom in the motto was always if it bleeds it leads right you know the the more people killed the bigger story it is what i learned during this course is that there are families and you know this as a journalist but you don't feel it you know it in your head but you don't feel it in your heart that there is a ripple effect far deeper than the number or the statistic that that homicide brings to the community data you know what was that.

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2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

The Drift

04:34 min | 3 years ago

2018 NHL draft - In-Depth Look at Detroit Red Wings' Picks

"And detroit red wings fans if you hadn't heard already the nhl draft is taking place this weekend and boy did the red wings hit a home run with their first pick of the first round philip zidane a remember that name detroit red wings fans he is going to be a supreme player for the detroit red wings in here is what the scouting report says on him courtesy of elite prospects dot com phillips edina is a dynamic offensive forward that plays a complete game a deft and agile skater he exhibits explosive mobility both up and down the ice in all three zones he proactively looks to create problems for the opposition his awareness is indicative of his high level of hockey sense and he knows how to make plays and scoring chances materialize has a goal scorers toolbox complete with the individual pucks skills that one comes to expect from today's elite offensive players the accurate release on his shot is note worthy and as a defining aspect of his offensive capabilities defensively sound he disrupts lanes and pressures the opposition to make hasty decisions so to me the sounds exactly like what the legendary steve is herman was during his austrian career with the detroit red wings mainly since scotty bowman became head coach of the detroit red wings in nineteen ninetythree remember that is herman was a one way player for the first about ten years of his career being mainly an offensive force and then when scotty bowman came along he became steve is urban that is a two way player playing both offense and defense so phillips in dina is way ahead of the curve here the light the red wings got great value with this pick because dina was projected to go as late as number three in this draft he was expected to be gone by the time the red wings picked in the first round so hats off to ken holland the detroit red wings general manager for making this pick a heck of a pick there and then at number thirty in the first round the detroit red wings selected a center joseph oh in here is what elite prospects dot com had to say about him there is so much to like about joe volcano he's a hard nose workhorse that makes the players around him better the fleetfooted center is unselfish and will primarily look to play at make a play at top speed however when the chance arises to put it in the pot himself he well capitalize he sees the ice well in his rarely caught out of position is defensive game has refined in he actively pursues puck control transition transition transitioning to offense is natural smooth and quick all in all a well rounded to wait forward that skates well and can be the catalyst team needs to turn a game in its favor once again i love that phrasing there the two way forward that's what the detroit red wings made a name for themselves during their nineteen ninety s heyday and through the two thousands as being stanley cup contenders having players who play both offense and defense in vallejo eventually when he gets to the detroit red wings more than likely that's about three years away traditionally with players who are chosen outside of the top ten in the national hockey league draft he's going to make a huge impact if he eventually does make it to the redwings and i truly believe he will in about three years he's going to be a fine player to watch and it will be fun to see him possibly play with his fellow teammate phillips and dina and then the red wings in the second round chose a defenseman the red wings truly needed help on defense they've been really chorus on defense the last couple of seasons in missing the playoffs and they chose jared mic isaac and here's what the hockey writers dot com had to say about mr isaac mcisaac is a smooth skating two way defensemen he focuses on keeping his end clean first and foremost before adding to the offense of play effortless skater with agility imbalance along flawless stride his cuts in transitions are fluid incredible hockey sense thinks the game at a very high level and makes great decisions with the puck on his stick that is the type of defensemen the red wings truly have been missing since the retirement of nncholas lidstrom back in two thousand twelve well pastor rick he will be taking away here in.

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Mississippi's last abortion clinic expands lawsuit on restrictions

01:49 min | 3 years ago

Mississippi's last abortion clinic expands lawsuit on restrictions

"This is npr news seven forty one joe's here to bring us another look at some of our commute problems this morning joe is at least one new accident in fairfield on eighty westbound reported near airbase parkway was one of them that was original crash near west texas which is still there but on the shoulder slow traffic extends to before north tex symbols and evacuate you about cherry glen road the thirty seven grind is back normal which means slow but not as slow it was a backed up more in vallejo because of a crash near mare island but that has cleared it's a thinnedout in sonoma's county commute heading south through petaluma but marin is now worse from about agnosio to the civic center joe mcconnell for kqed joe's report brought to you by the crohn's and colitis foundation millions of americans rely on their local television stations for news but they may not know that there are bigger entities behind their local programming over the past few years sin claire has accumulated almost two hundred local stations in nearly one hundred markets the takeaway today we'll be looking at the impact on the content these stations are putting out and what what it means for us viewers and you can hear the takeaway beginning at noon today here on keiko from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston advocates for reproductive rights are challenging dozens of abortion restrictions in mississippi which recently passed the nation's toughest abortion ban and pr ceremony caman has more on the lawsuit being filed today the state's republican governor phil bryant has said in the past that he wants to end abortion in mississippi he recently signed the most restrictive abortion law in the country that's already been challenged in court and now a new lawsuit is challenging dozens of other laws and regulations including a twenty four hour waiting period and what advocates describe as unnecessarily stringent rules for facilities that provide abortion the standoff between the.

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