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"With congressional Republicans either, rejecting the president's nearly $2 trillion pandemic relief measure or proposing something one third the size. Senate majority leader Charles Schumer has started the process of approving the plan with Democratic support only. Long time Amazon staffer Andy Jesse has been tapped to take over the retailing Titan after founder Jeff Bezos announced he's stepping down to spend more time on philanthropy and other endeavors. Richard can to ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Anything. I'm Joe Michael's California governor, Gavin Newsom is facing a growing recall effort over his handling of covert 19. And now, new polling indicates more Californians are unhappy with his performance. ABC is Alex Stone has more from Los Angeles. A recall effort against him is gaining steam. Governor Gavin Newsom long ago angered conservatives who didn't like stay at home and mask orders. But now even Democrats are turning against him for mixed messages and last week's quick lifting of stay at home orders with little warning. A new poll by UC Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies. Finding Newsome's job approval rating among California voters has plummeted over a third of voters saying they would vote to remove Newsome from office. But 45% say no, according to the poll. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS LOS Angeles, California Senate Republicans are concerned about what they're calling a looming tax tsunami facing the unemployed in the aftermath of the E D D fraud scheme. Senate Republican leader elect Scott Wilks says this would be another massive blow to Californians. There's going to be a wave of 10 99 forms going toe unsuspecting Californians who have no idea fraudsters took their identity and secured unemployment insurance benefits in their name. Senate Republicans are asking Governor Gavin Newsom to take immediate action to help those victims. YOLO County is expanding the eligibility of covert 19 vaccinations this week. All YOLO County residents age 65 older are now eligible, regardless of medical insurance. The clinics will be held from February, 3rd through sixth and are located in a sparred Oh knights, Landing Woodland and West Sacramento. Those eligible consign up through the YOLO County website. If you are eligible, but aren't able to access a form or are homebound and need an in home vaccine. Help is available by calling to 11. I'm Joe Michael's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramental traffic..
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Hundreds of new crimes are being committed by those who were released on the $0 bail rule. Would YOLO County rule is used to keep the jail populations down to stop the spread of covert 19? YOLO County Assistant Chief Deputy district Attorney, Melinda Yellow says this is essentially a get out of jail free card cases. 4 to 5 Months delays any justice for victims of these crimes. Yellow says that since April 427 people have been arrested and released on $0 bail. A total of 520 Four times those previously released under the rule have committed over 500. New crimes will was implemented in April but was rescinded in June. However, the YOLO County Superior Court continues to use it. Traffic and weather together brought to you by safe way. And right now Keeper Boulevard a tally ho driving eastbound two vehicles blocking the lanes there after an accident. No word on injuries south on I five it Floren Road, the West, offering somebody partially blocking the number four lane and eastbound 80 Douglass Boulevard, the East off ramp traffic hazard. That's a sign of the season is a Christmas tree and the number one lane. Chops can and save it now available at Safeway. It's fast, easy and the newest way of helping provide contact free check out open the safe way app on your smartphone. Have your code scan that check out to get your just for you deals, rewards and savings Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons on news 93.1 kfbk. Really studied the Santa dude. I'm 54 58 Bog redeveloping tonight Low 37 41 tomorrow Morning Fun baby shower the entered in and I'm 51 to 55 Partly study.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Yeah. Good afternoon from the KFBK Traffic center. They'll see it's 3 49. This report is brought to you by actually home store in a busy afternoon, and it's not showing any signs of letting up. We have a report of a collision now Country Club drive, and we just lost it. Country Club driving Cameron Park Drive, not Injury collision Their report of a collision with injuries. This is North and 1 13 in the county road, 25 off ramp YOLO County and we have heavy traffic eastbound Cap city through mid Town, but it's starting to clear up. Finally seeing some improvement there, westbound it's gonna be slow and go from the Marconi Curve of the river. Also westbound 50 slow down starts after 65th Street and goes all the way downtown East bound, little heavy coming out of the downtown area during the greatest black Friday sale in history to actually home store, Take 40% off store wide plus 60 months, no interest financing. Plus, ask about the actually Cares. Relief program receive a master card rewards card equal to six months of payments. C Store for details, actually home store dot com. This is home chapping on the tens, Every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons. Data has news 93.1 kfbk. Welcome back. Thanks for staying on board. John McGinnis with your news. 93.1 kfbk live everyone. Yeah, I heard radio up talking about the teachers union, their leadership and by the way, there is a disparity. Oftentimes, As I said, I was a member of the A F T. I had to be close shop. For 17 years never.
Turning Your Passion Into Sustainable Work with Zachariah Moreno
"Hello welcome to go bam good morning. We're actually doing this during coffee. Time my favorite time of day. Thank you for having me. Thank you for coming on so zach. Tell us who you are. What's your heritage where you come from. I'm a mexican. American here in california oakland more specifically from the central valley of california grew up can actually west sacramento. You know went to school. They're pretty normal. Giant mexican family in california and Always had a love for creativity and art and different forms of expressing the that creativity so throughout my journey. That has come to life in a couple of different. Mediums started in kind of ink on paper transition to acrylic on canvas. art shows. Some awards wanted to do that professionally struggled to find a way to actually passion into sustainable work. Glad i saw that problem as early as i did. But then you know it always had an affinity for technology because of my my father's background been privileged to To be exposed to some technology pretty pretty early on and then i realized i could combine those two things together and make artwork and creativity with technology with squad. Cast is kind of the most recent body of that and that's actually another level of helping others be creative and connect and be creative with each other with their guests to record podcast interviews. That sound awesome from anywhere in the world. They do okay. So we're gonna pack all that story because this is what we do. So you're mexican american. Are you first generation. Second third generation. Right hey do how is that. I'm i yeah. I've actually thought about you know. My grandparents were barely born in the united states. A believe their family crossed the border into texas when they were like. I think my grandpa was actually. My grandmother was actually pregnant with him. when she came to america and i believe my grandma was a little girl when they crossed over into texas so work their way over to california and my grandpa was very fortunate to have an uncle who owned some farmland essentially in in the central valley here in in yolo county. They were farmworkers. The added bonus that he had is that his uncle rufus. I've never really gotten this full story. But he was able to own his own farm so he of course worked with farmworkers. They were out there in the field with them every day. My grandma grandpa learned to drive was he was super young was driving people back and forth from the fields and he's got gnarly scars all over his legs from like being out in in the different agricultural environments and walking around out there all day you know really exposed to that lifestyle and then became a sheriff's officer and later most of his career. He was a one of the best saw filers on the west coast. That's not a job really anymore. What is it at the time. These giant lumber companies would need these giant saw blades to take the raw number that they would bring in kind of millet down into usable lumber. So my grandpa started out in the yard stacking green lumber which is full of water. So it's incredibly woods heavy anyway but when it's fresh like that it's incredibly heavy so i'm sure he was pretty ripped back then he still is. He's in his nineties now. He's my favorite person and worked his way up to I guess it's kind of an apprentice situation where studied under somebody. He can take a piece of metal and make a giant saab laid out of it and Make that saw blade last for a very long time. And i guess there's very few people who can do that. He was very skilled skilled craftsman still to this day. Does a lot of woodworking and he's ninety nine only has he taught you how to make a late. He's taught me like on paper and shown me. He has a workshop that i helped build and we built in his backyard woodworking shop. And so does my dad. So this is what i mean about like creativity and craftsmanship. I think it goes very deep like my grandpa's. He's not a like a graphic artist. He's a very skilled technical drawing kind of pre autocad so he was What i would say is the first generation and my grandma you know to. That's how they match. She was one of the farm workers on his uncle's farm.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Also provide copies of documentation for every sort of change that you list. So I mean, those are just a few ideas to keep in mind as you look down the road where to go where the kids are going to go and Are there going to be there? Virtually everything so uncertain? Yeah, so anyway. Things to consider. Let's head out to the roads. Let's check in with Brian. No. Good morning. Good morning. Just reports ready by DEL freeways around Sacramento. Not too bad 80 from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cap Cities put nine more on the Cap city and you're down count. 13 minutes Informal grove on either five or 99 south of that, though, on North found 99 got a big problem on the north bound side. This is on the bridge over the consume. This river got an accident. Six vehicles involved, CHP says, still sorting out details here, CHP says the number one lane is blocked. Also seeing the phrase completely stopped, doesn't they aren't necessarily saying all of the lanes blocked, but nonetheless, speed sensors indicate traffic's attic crawl all the way back to Arno Road and very quickly getting worse sound sound sound. He's starting to back up to grant line. Rodas Well, 50 westbound propulsion. An 18 minute drive from woodland on I 5 2016 to get in from Davis. He's found 80 across the causeway del Technologies Advisers Listen to your small business needs so they can provide you with Taylor Tech Solutions Powered by Intel B. Pro Platform College L Technologies advisor today at 8 77 Ask Del Traffic on the tens, every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. And it's still whipping around, especially on the west side of the valley, YOLO County, Fairfield and also towards the north and East Hills through Napa County. Sonoma County, really strong winds, especially in the higher elevations there, as well as the sea air above 5000 ft. Really windy So we've got this wind that will deal with all throughout the day today and at.
Los Angeles - Weather Helps Firefighters Gain More Ground In California
"Right now. Cal Fire reporting that a fire. Another fire started this morning called the glass fire in Napa County. It's already at 800 acres. But the milder weather has allowed firefighters to make progress on a number of fires. You realize since the beginning of the year, there have been 8100 wildfires that have burned well over 3.7 million acres here in California that's larger than the state of Connecticut. There have been 26 fatalities and over 7000 structures destroyed that they have made good progress on controlling the Ln you lightning complex fire. In Napa Lake Cinema, Collusive Solano and YOLO counties. The EU Lightning complex fire. All of these started in August 2 and that Stu Fire in Contra Costa, Alameda, San Joaquin Stanislaw counties. And the beauty Hema glen fire. All of those three fires are about 96 97% contained contain doesn't mean they're out and with heavier winds expected they could Flare up again. And then, of course, there's the the big fire. The August complex fire, which has burned over 873,000 acres of that it's only 43% contained. All right. We'll keep you advised of all that, and we'll talk gardening.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A little bit cross YOLO County 51 minutes and eastbound 80 between Highway 65 in Havana 107 minutes. So a little bit of a delay. Alden Jacob News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Mostly clear tonight Overnight low of 57 to 60 wanted a deal Sunshine tomorrow High 85 2 80 died. Patchy clouds tomorrow night Load 54 to 58 ones They mainly sunny high again. 85 2 89 Vacuum Weathers five. Larson News 93.1 kfbk stuffing in less than 30 minutes, breaking news the second inhabit on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention mission is to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. This year. The FSB National capital area chapter is hosting activities for you to safely connect support. One another and share stories and lifesaving resource is through the Washington, D. C. Fairfax, Loudon and Manassas out of the darkness experience. It is no matter what your connection to suicide or mental health struggles register for an out of the darkness experience today and learn more at a f. S p dot org's slash fight Suicide Welcome our number Two of the Powell also glad to have you with us on this Monday night. As we're talking about a variety of things as we always do, and taking your phone calls. Start this the second hour with a phone.
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"Antonio Uco is stepping down business insider reports employees were notified on the platforms. Internal message board. Meghan the Stallion is accusing Tory lanes of shooting her last month during an instagram Livestream Lee Thursday stallion toll lanes to stop lying about what really happened. Stallion went on, say she has been trying to protect leans because she fears he could be a victim of police brutality. I'm roll Avalon. Sacramento traffic from the chaotic traffic center. Fire continues to close to state highways in YOLO County Highway 1 28 has closed a mile of third west of winters at county wrote 87. Well in Nevada County, The Jones fire continues to close in around 49 6 miles north of Nevada City to 10 miles north of Nevada City. However, local residents with proper identification will be allowed access reduced lanes. Overnight North found five from north of Florin Road, The 50 connector through 7 A.m.. 43rd Avenue on wrapped in north found five is closed through five and the free range Seamus Offramp Inn on ramp are closed until 8 a.m. traffic on the tans. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A m and your I heart radio app Now Sacramento weather This guy hazy early on this Saturday morning. Still widespread smoke close between 64 68 Hazy sun later today and hot highs between 97 101. Tonight. Patchy clouds and haze Low 64 to 68 Tomorrow and Monday. Still partly sunny, hazy and hot highs each day between 94.
"yolo county" Discussed on KGO 810
"Lives and to keep people out of hospital. Almost every patient in the hospital at El Centro California is battling the virus. They are out of your beds and YOLO County, California is losing a resident to Cova 19 about every 20 minutes. Three deputies in the East Bay were hurt in a suspect is dead after a shooting that followed an hours long standoff. The Contra Costa Sheriff's Office says The shooting happened Thursday at a home in nights and Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence. Officers say the suspect shot at deputies throughout the day but refused to surrender. Officials say the suspect later came outside and shot at deputies. Deputies returned fire and the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. Two deputies were taken to the hospital. Their conditions are not known. It's update your drive on KGO A 10 and Mark Nieto joins us with a look. A TTE traffic at the Altamont pass from the Chilton not a body traffic desk. As we get things going here on this Friday, and welcome to it, we have had Awesome. A delays overnight on the Altamont pass. At one point, both directions were shut down due to a fire that was started by a big rig fire near Grant Line Road. Everything is now open both directions, but there's still some activity. And so westbound traffic slower than usual from a tuo five from before the 11th Street murder all the way out past Grant Line Road north and 6 18 year auto mall in Fremont. Watch out for The cleanup on earlier crash. All the activities on the shoulder westbound to 37 ads anchor there is a wreck their south down one on one sluggish near Spencer due to overnight road work. Just a minor back up at the Bay Bridge. You have some fog at the coast and shrouding the Golden Gate Bridge this morning highs today will be between 60 and the mid nineties. So mostly sunny wants the fog burns off of the coast should hold steady basically tomorrow, but we have triple digit heat for.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The road still a blow on the horizon house looking out there right not too bad this morning this report is run by cash in the Cannes dot com no reports of any accidents just that wind advisory on I. five out across the yellow bypass also got some lingering Caltrans roadwork on northbound ninety nine right around the area of our no roads nothing all it's going to add even a full minute on your commute just a little spot of heavy traffic they're getting around it although the I. wires if your vehicles AC isn't working you're going to use a can of our one thirty four a automotive refrigerant to recharge it before you visit cash and can dot com learn how to recharge your AC right get your deposit back and help the planet is a cache in the cam dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Ryan nobles news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and that Brian mentioned some of the wind starting to pick up that's our north wind it's a dry wind and so that always increases our fire danger this time of year we're starting to see that out towards a yolo county up towards woodland enough I. five north and west of Sacramento that's where it's gonna be gusty is today so breezy with sunshine highs are gonna be closer to ninety degrees and then temperatures will warm up even more as we get through the next couple of days the good news is that once we get through today and into tonight that win should start to subside right now in Auburn it's fifty five degrees stockings at sixty three degrees downtown Sacramento at sixty five degrees heading to high near ninety and news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. well as California and the nation is seeking a surge or seeing a surgeon coronavirus cases Sacramento and yolo county are reporting that they have already run out of there a lot of supply of the drug.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Three point one K. F. B. K. ninety nine in granite bay ninety seven in Galle Carmichael has ninety seven as we're building a better Sacramento and logo to yolo county library branches still closed in yolo county but they began offering curbside pickup for their library card holders and they are open for that service and then each of our facility is open R. Davis and west Sacramento libraries are open three days a week all our world granted they're open one day a week that is Scott love the library regional manager for the west killer region demanded thing quite big the first week and our system we checked out over twenty six hundred items hearing Davis we checked out I'm just a little over nineteen hundred items are first three days wow only up four hours each day I love says the schools getting closed under cover nineteen has really switched up the demand is a lot of people reading and the bestsellers maybe some of you know popular movies when they come out of that usually the highest demand for when people are placed in holding down a waiting list but right now that's usually about sixty percent or higher right now it's flipped on us in about sixty percent of the requests are for kids books lots of picture books beginning readers regular you know fiction for that like crazy three through sex and love says this is really happy they can offer their curbside service people are so excited everyone of them you know even when they were there waiting forty five minutes on Thursday they were like oh thank you for doing that if we didn't realize how much we missed you has more information to get to get out come the afternoon news with Kitty o'neil and you want to reach out about building a better Sacramento you can email me Katie o'neill KPK dot com smartphone.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Care businesses in Sacramento yolo county Stanislaus like nail salons and tattoo parlors massage parlors all allowed to be open today first they have to comply with state and county guidance and follow those social distancing rules a Sacramento woman is pushing to rename a school named after John Sauder after the historical figure statue was recently taken down Emily at Missouri commies working to change the name of Sudderth middle school she's already started a go fund me page in the effort new numbers from the employment development department for the month of may show a slight decrease in the unemployment rate in California suggesting the economy may be on its way to recovering amid the corona virus pandemic I can't get my blunt has this report Getty has a state continues on a path to reopen most businesses that were closed during the statewide stay home order the jobless rate has dropped a tenth of a point from April to Maine to sixteen point three percent in California and in the greater Sacramento region that numbers also slightly down month to month to thirteen point six percent Carol Welch with the D. D. says it's the second highest unemployment rate in the region's history just to get some perspective at the peak of the Great Recession that rate was twelve point eight percent and that was in January two thousand eleven while some believe it's a positive sign especially when you consider national economists were predicting unemployment numbers as high as twenty percent to the impact of covert nineteen second estate economics professor Sanjay Varshney says it doesn't mean we're out of the woods just yet we do see job creation on in some segments while we have seen job completely lost in other segments in between may two thousand nineteen and this year the leisure and hospitality sector shed more than forty five thousand jobs in Sacramento while jobs in hotels lodging and food service also dropped more than thirty six thousand in total nearly one hundred and twenty thousand jobs were lost between two thousand nineteen and two thousand twenty varsity says many jobs are already disappearing before corona virus this is the pandemic sped up those losses we had several people who are basically trying to pull together stitched together three four jobs to pay the bills and so while the unemployment rate was extremely low a three point five percent the real unemployment was much higher than that very broom with the greater Sacramento economic council agrees those jobs are not likely coming back but others are being added in sectors like technology he says his organization will focus on job training to help unemployed sacraments transition to better opportunities with higher pay we have one point eight million jobs in California that are open that people cannot access because they lack digital skills so what's happening is the economy is moving toward some moral technologically advanced economy could be cleaner and I think it's going to be more localized the question still remains on whether the majority of Californians will feel comfortable enough to or to speak on the economy even as retail restaurants and salons slowly reopen with reduced capacity Bruce says he believes it will still be a while before the economy fully recovers consumer spending and consumer confidence is going to coincide with our handle of the virus so you're seeing great industry movement right now it's very exciting but at the end of the day what critical of the hotels and the restaurants what are people going to travel to our Sacramento airport income into our farm to fork region then I could be doing that for another twelve months or so until this virus is clearly under handled broom as a sacrament of reasons weathered the storm slightly better because of the county's handling of the virus continue job migration from the bay area and the impacts of projects like Aggie square in the California mobility center uses Sacramento's learned a lot from the two thousand a recession and all the measures put in place since then are paying off now back to you okay okay that is keep case my blinds Preciado it let's get some traffic and weather together Fauria so we'll head over to the traffic center been quite a day today via I actually earned my pay dish not that I'm like other day crazy about that really you might save way and down a little heavy traffic in midtown right now again it's just leftovers from an earlier accident on northbound ninety nine but it says slowing from Ames street toward center landing and after that it's what it's gone for a ten minute ride downtown to the split from fifty to eighty it's now nine minutes as you make your way all the way out to rose bill Douglas Boulevard let's see eleven minutes either way I. five or ninety nine from downtown elk Grove if you're going to Folsom a great run right now he's found fifty two what was the Folsom Boulevard it's just eighteen minutes sixty minutes afterward the northbound I. five ten minutes to Davis on westbound eighty but yeah still a very slow traffic coming in through the Davis area from just before Richards Boulevard to the causeway administers cleared up and now through Sunday it's safe voice three day weekend sale get chicken leg quarters were forty nine cents per pound and sig farms eighty percent lean ground beef for two forty nine per pound with your club card traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. if we get a couple clouds around tonight with a low fifty five to fifty nine many of sunshine for tomorrow.
Sorry, Los Angeles. Governor Clears Way for Hair Salons, Barbershops to Reopen, But Not in LA Yet
"Governor Gavin Newsom has released guidelines for hair salons and barber shops to be open to day in forty seven counties throughout seven Catherine California that includes Orange County riverside county sambar Dino county and Ventura county tell me also yolo county but I don't think anybody listening to K. B. C.'s in yellow county so I not mentioning yellow county I I apologize for offending you go lowly ends but LA county the end chilenas we're not in the list we didn't do a good enough
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Thirty as I just realized now that every morning at this time we get your sleep up you know it's it's a it's a big topic with all of us because you have a newborn yeah yeah life is upside down right now it is very upside down and sideways is everywhere is horizontal all right well what do you have for us so this is coming out of the woodland Democrat so ag community testing site for Kobe nineteen opened at the yolo county fairgrounds in woodland is able to administer a hundred thirty five tests per day the location will be open seven AM to seven PM Tuesday through Saturday until may thirtieth but it is by appointment only all right thanks very much this is a story we're gonna spend a significant amount of time on all morning long what was going on in the news administration in the hours leading up to the you know the shutting down of the state and so on the Sacramento bee San Francisco Chronicle most of the major outlets are reporting on this this morning the state treasurer's office released some documents on Wednesday talking about when they were behind the scenes here and they were trying to find medical equipment desperately right they were writing checks and wiring money feverishly without even checking or vetting these companies like to the tune of four hundred and fifty six million dollars eight point seven five million dollar four hundred ninety five million dollars a wire request to a company that they hadn't even checked out and so we talk about this one billion dollar deal with this car company in China that has been shrouded in secrecy the card company that was switching production to make masks which bad deal now is being held up by the feds were later learning that this morning this whole thing was chaos behind the scenes well I mean it it rolled out quickly although we did have I mean we had about a month to prepare we saw what was happening in China and it's hard to know I mean but there's going to be so much Monday morning quarterbacking going on to to examine every aspect of how this was handled well these new documents that have surfaced as of the last twenty four hours are quite revealing all right today is also.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I need a massage yes good evening nine oh three I'm Bob Williams of the KFBK traffics in a wrong way driver being reported right now Grand Avenue and pick which court you stand there that is being taken care of right now with the the CHP for making sure that person doesn't get too far along injury crash westbound state route twelve just west of Jackson slough road in the report is we have a couple of vehicles off the roadway and that we have a head on crash that was at starting things off there so we're definitely an injury situation Jefferson Boulevard Clarksburg road also you yolo county area we're dealing with in a single overturned vehicle it ended up out in the field sees P. remains at the scene our roadways tonight quite a bit of work going on one lane each direction north and southbound ninety nine Dillard road to grant line road through six AM more work on the boards tonight includes of the southbound US five C. miss Avenue on ramp closed until five AM reduced lanes of the southbound five from Florida road to Laguna Boulevard and northbound five from consumers River Boulevard the pocket road westbound fifty watt Avenue to sixty fifth street and the south bound however you want wrapped westbound fifty is also close both those projects through the twenty fifth of April next update at nine thirty three traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. warmup continues tonight with a few clouds with those fifty to fifty four the total you'll see more sun high speed waiting for public cloud of those fifty eight sixty two tomorrow night thirty one Thursday the sun for the most part.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"One K. F. because a Sacramento city leaders are proposing another plan to help the capital city's homeless councilman Erik ellos proposing the navigation center in transitional housing model with the old San Juan motel sites on the city's south side we're looking at using manufactured housing that is constructed here in our local Sacramento region in using a site that we have dedicated for future affordable housing mayor Gerald Steinberg sees transitional housing is a necessary addition to the capital city's effort to end homelessness noting that at a public subsidy cost of four to five hundred thousand dollars each the city would never be able to fund enough standard housing units Kern county father about to be freed from prison has been arrested in the decades old killing of five of his infant children in a case the yolo county sheriff says has haunted his department fifty seven year old Paul Perez of delay no will be charged with the individual murders of each child after a DNA match link them to the body of a deceased infant founded yolo county in two thousand seven police are still being developed and followed up on at this time yolo county sheriff Tom Lopez is the case is still an active investigation the Supreme Court decision on a green card ruling is devastating for Californians that word from governor Gavin Newsom who says the rule terrorizes immigrant families and the state will continue to fight it the rule means those with low income will have to prove they won't rely on food stamps housing vouchers or other government aid when applying for permanent residency for more news listen to the daily diet the big news stories.
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"News from your neighborhood let's talk to Albert par now our technical producer we continue to cover a stories of how communities are handling the homeless yeah yes so this is coming out the woodland daily Democrat the Willis and what a city council has agreed to extend a temporary homeless shelter that's located at the old yolo county jail they have took actions and is designated some funding it's a it's a temporary and they want to make it more permanent so they approved the funding to extend the shelter until March because this was the end at the end of this month so in yolo county by the way the have banned any sort of outdoor camping on on the government lands right well they were having a big problem our house and young and you know with the city centers so they have to have a place to go into another expanding obviously they're homeless shelter in the old jail well that's interesting right he's predictions you have today are great they're they're really interesting so this is that a USA today and these are predictions that were made between nineteen sixty eight and the like the nineteen mid nineteen nineties okay as other various production so one would be the end they were predictions what would happen by twenty twenty Americans will vote electronically from home that's not happened yet not yet there are some start up there looking on that are looking to do that a China will be on a path to democracy not democracy no by early but economic powerhouse yes ma'am I here's a up in the book a nineteen ninety nine Bill Gates predicted what should he he he probably knew this was coming I will have personal companions by twenty twenty no compare think Alexa thanks very on that stuff right so he was were apparently working on that or or saw that coming in the future this one is the most stunning to me in nineteen ninety seven a British news organization the independent forecast that in twenty twenty Boris Johnson would be a member of the cabinet and to renegotiate E. U. membership you are kidding that is freaky ninety seven that was made that was nineteen ninety seven and of course they didn't use the term brexit back then that wasn't a term but that he would be a mess at the time Johnson was only thirty two years old and he was an editor and columnist but he had never held political office we need to get a hold of those folks and run final who's gonna be running a country in twenty two I know that dining prediction that out to be pretty got really good I now I so what are they creating the world's biggest science project ever what are they doing we're gonna find out in three minutes.
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Temperatures in the high sixties and then Wednesday sunshine throughout the day our higher on seventy degrees Wednesday you're looking at is ninety three point one K. all right time now for news from your neighborhood be turned Izak our technical producer would have yeah this comes out of the woodland daily Democrat and the city of woodland the city council is looking into adopting a similar ordinance that yolo county has already adopted that bands homeless from camping on county property so they had an issue because wooden is the county seat of the county courthouse right they are a lot of camps that had popped up their tents all over the sap the would that can't happen so the county passes an ordinance my guess is now maybe some of these camps have moved to city property and they're probably have to deal with it there yeah I think that's what's going on because when they as you were saying when they banned camping on county property that that puts people off of levees waterway sidewalks and courthouse property and I I'm not sure where else these people would go LCD parks and that's a great point sect they've got to go somewhere it's the waterbed a fact you push it down in one area and pop up in another way all right thank you very much thank you all restaurants there doing away with dining rooms that seems odd it's a big trend like I think bigger than most people really understand you go in there and there's no place to sit right there's kitchens ghost kitchens and there's a reason why and we're gonna take a look at the new trend coming up in three minutes local news Caltrans is trying to determine how breaking news sinking now on news ninety three point one K. U. K..
"yolo county" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Realize that we reach out to union Pacific they have told us they are aware of this and can't meant we don't know why it's taken so long for them to actually do something that they say that they're planning to do so quote in the near future yeah. that's worth and Jack anything that can be supported. we always hear. sure right on it yeah the this shouldn't be here meanwhile everything burns down set think should be done about this we're going to do something some day some time we will yeah but you're right this it shouldn't be like this mark our words were right on it union Pacific like the guy said he doesn't care. that's the gold mines park on somebody the utility property rail trains doesn't do anything I don't do anything so you know like you've always said they fight only bicker over jurisdiction or they don't care well it's not our property yeah not the county or the city it belongs to the state the lead that it you know I will you know once once a. she members of society institutions in society stop caring that's that's part of the great crumble because now you have all the political leaders they they don't care right you have. Caltrans or union Pacific they don't care what they they they own the land or they have the power over the land and they're letting this happen willfully. because they don't enforce the laws they don't want to enforce the clean up. so we now have to live under their. under their rules into their jurisdiction. now another story from Sacramento the mayor our friend Darrell Steinberg who used to be a state senator and ran the Democrats in the California State Senate he's filming. I got one of these videos we've seen this in southern California before two deputies with the yolo county sheriff's office dropped off an unidentified homeless man in the McDonald's parking lot last Wednesday night. it prompted swift backlash over concerns of a pattern of dumping homeless people in Sacramento what is name is bill snow the seventy year old Vietnam vet. living on a nearby sidewalk he said he personally knows to people who are scored in similar fashion although we didn't witness the incident. now the response apparently and and and from the Steinberg said the harsh letter old yellow county sheriff a letter yes wow it demands an explanation called in to evaluate the incident in good faith to determine how your office and deputies can better serve a vulnerable transient population what happened what happened stole letters that the public rights too. Steinberg and all the rest of these clients well lieutenant on Ellis unknown in yolo county. put out a statement the homeless man in the video in a virtually made his way into a very rural area of unincorporated yellow county and asked to be returned to Sacramento so we could find food. because the man was not found to meet the criteria for an involuntary detention due to a mental health challenges. dumping him in his belongings outside the Donald's was determined to be the best solution at the time. then they also claim that the homeless man declined to accept money the dead do not offer him yes he Steinberg's got such a call he's let his city rock to help but he's gonna grab some cheap headlines over one guy who may have asked to come to Sacramento. this is a fake story this is nonsense well it is even better as I said before yolo county said we didn't have anything to hold them on mental health challenges however after was dropped off in front of a McDonald's he told somebody with public safety news that he was walking around in yolo county in a place called Clarksburg he wanted to find a job picking grapes in the morning when asked if he knew I was dropped off he said no I thought the deputies were transformers. which are those are two thirteen gap only's is super hero more though okay well you know what then they had transformed they're wrong he should have been put on a mental health I think so yeah but that's that's what most of these guys are most of these guys are severely mentally ill and they'll never recover they they're not going to come back to reality the walking the streets like zombies are burnt and state yeah the brains of birds and stupid sterile Steinberg's trying to make up a big case someone dot of course the dump in Sacramento if Iran a town I take all my home was to Sacramento or LA or any of these these other idiots cities that's accepting why should I put up with this but why should get rose had once done one price well I wouldn't want to pay for it I don't want them there I don't want to pay for it I don't think that mice my constituents are responsible. these these towns have people yeah they're they're they're taxpayers they're not responsible send to LA. the LA citizens for the most part or not or not rebelling they're not objecting enough if they were in voting all these notes at office it would be different but they are accepting all the vagrants they feel sorry for the vagrant so keep bringing them I think all the police departments in the area to keep but dumping the homeless here in the middle of the night turns out it was a homeless woman that was singing on the subways in Korea town apparently people made videos that went viral again a story from NBC for the videos and then we'll talk about the boulders on the sidewalk in San Francisco a story reported last week that one neighborhood decided to do something take action to make the sidewalks in hospitable and put up large boulders well people came along and dump them in the street will explain Genentech KFI Deborah Marquez.
The Kidnapping of Sherri Papini
"Thanksgiving Day November twenty fourth fourth two thousand and sixteen Keith Papina says he got up early that day and at four thirty am his cell phone rang now this call comes in and he says it's a number. He did not recognize so he didn't answer his phone. It's an unknown caller yeah then the home phone own is ringing to which he does answer the home phone and he told twenty twenty th it was his wife screaming in the background yelling his name and a police officer to which he could hear the officer telling the wife that she needed to be calm. She needed to calm down twenty two days as after she vanished Sherry papina turned up one hundred fifty miles away from her home she was found in Yolo county around four. Am I am on the side of an entrance ramp to the northbound I five highway. This is near county road seventeen a female motorist Chris Allison Sutton called police upon seeing a frantic woman roadside waving what she believed to be shirt now. Alison says she didn't stop because she wasn't certain that this whole situation was safe for her to sny she does this. Maybe a crazy person on the side of the road a second driver ever this was a truck driver he he did stop and he called police. Sherry Pechiney was found she was clothed in light gray race sweat pants and a dark gray sweatshirt. I point out what she was found in because this is not what she was wearing when she went missing there was there's also a chain wrapped around her waist and her left wrist was tether to the chain with a zip tie. According to the local papers specifically the Sacramento Bee and the redding record searchlight Sherry also had hose clamps around her ankles to which sergeant agent Brian Jackson said quote appear to have acted as pain compliance restraints is very important to understand that nearly everything anything we know about Sheri's ordeal and her release we know from her husband. Keith Sherry has never made a public statement statement. She is never she's not even appeared in public at all about this and the sheriff's office the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. They've only really addressed any of these circumstances regarding Sheri's ordeal possibly because they feel they've been forced to because of Keith's public statements we'll present what he says what key says and then we'll address. What if anything thing we actually know to be true so I'm GonNa paraphrase some of this stuff the follows but this is what Keith told old twenty twenty about Sheri's release? He says that she was bound that she had a chain around her waist. She had a bag over her ahead. He says he can't remember if it was her right or her left arm that was chained to the chain but one of her ours ars was chained to the chain and then the other hand was chained to something inside the vehicle and to be clear the interviewer wants to clarify and says this is to make sure that she didn't jump out of the vehicle to which he says yes now. He says at some point they hey cut something to free her restraint that was holding her to the vehicle then they pushed her out and they drove away Sherry had one hand hand free and took the bag off of her head and at this point. She has no idea where she is. She runs to a house to which she doesn't. I'd say she says to him that it didn't look to be like a good idea so she then ran to another building but couldn't get inside the building and that's when she chose to run to the freeway and how far away is she found from her actual home a hundred and fifty miles so quite a distance yeah and he goes on to tell twenty twenty that she's you know she's screaming. She's Coughing Ping. He says that she's coughing up blood and screaming trying to get people to stop you know get a vehicle to stop so they can help her but she tells him that she thinks that because of the chains the chain wrapped around her that maybe people thought she escaped from a prison or or escape from somewhere that you know the she was a bad person and maybe that's why they wouldn't stop so so she purposely tried to hide the chain to try to get somebody to stop and eventually we know that somebody did stop why I guess she was severely beaten as well aww she had a broken nose and she had bumps. It seemed like all over Faso that this could be an you know. I don't know if there was any dried blood blood or what the bruising situation would be but that that could startled somebody the twenty twenty broadcast they played a radio transmission that that summoned the ambulance to the scene where Sherry was found. You can hear radio chatter but what what I heard in there says attention station eight unknown medical problem. It's going to be north on. I five female needs medical attention. She is heavily battered attard. It's going to be some sort of assault now. Keith after the phone call he rushes to the Woodland Memorial Hospital this to see his wife Life Sherry. He says when he got to share his room he was horrified. He told Good Morning America quote nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to see upon my arrival at the hospital nor the details of the true hell I was about to hear my first sight of my wife in a hospital bed her her face covered in bruises ranging from yellow to black because of repeated beatings the bridge of her nose broken her now emaciated create a body of eighty-seven pounds was covered multicolored bruises severe burns Red Rashes and chain markings her signature long blonde blonde hair had been chopped off she had been branded and I could feel the rise of her scabs under my fingers and quote the Shasta County Sheriff's office well their information has been much less detailed than that of her husband and authorities actually expressed frustration that Keith revealed so much information to the media right because this is ongoing investigation so he says that her her injuries the way he describes it. This is pretty severe stuff right. Yeah the the thing that would kind of go against that is is this regarding the severity of her injuries. Sherry Pechiney was released from the hospital and went to a hotel hell with her husband that same day right and this according to the sheriff she was treated for her injuries and released just as someone would be see if they had sprained an ankle. That's what the Sheriff said Yeah but the Sheriff did say that they were were ecstatic to report fort that Sherry did she was located and had been reunited with her family right in but to be on the side of Keith and his wife look at some of these brutal. UFC fights people go five rounds twenty five minutes of punching each other in the face and kickin each each other in the shins and these guys barely can walk out of the octagon their faces look to form. They look awful. During the press conferences they go get checked out by the doctor and then they're they're sat away. The investigators from the Major Crimes Unit did speak with Sherry. This was briefly in the hospital and then they he did question her at length five days later after she recovered from these injuries. According to Sheriff Saco Sherry was quote. Oh cooperative and courageous in the intense and traumatic interviews with investigators he said Sherry reported the following. She said that she was abducted by two Hispanic women in a dark colored. SUV with large rear windows she had no other description of the vehicle goal and she could not identify on any video surveillance footage taken in the area around the time of her abduction note that the sheriff's chiefs office never came out and said that Sherry was definitely abducted while on her run we know that to be believed to be the case ace by her family beforehand all right. So what else have we done. Sherry only gives the officers a let's say vague description seven of her abductors right and she went on to tell police that she avoided looking at them so they would not beat her and that her head was covered for or some of the time that she was held captive and we don't know how dark it was in this place or anything yeah yeah there again. We have vague descriptions of everything because we're hearing this. This is what Sherry tells the police and this is what they have chose to release to to the public. She says that one of the women note. She says that she was abducted by two women one of the women had a long curly hair are thin eyebrows and pierced ears. She had a thick accent and she appeared to be between twenty and thirty years old about five foot put five inches tall suspect number two according to Sherry was older. Maybe forty to fifty years of age about five afoot seven and had straight black hair with some gray she had thick eyebrows and pierced ears both were armed with handguns John's. She said that the kidnappers drove for about two and a half hours non. Stop on the first day. The kidnappers spoke Spanish most of the time the female captors were the only two people with whom Sherry had contact with for the duration of her captivity but Sankoh confirmed this she was bound with this restraints when she was found and Jackson the other officer said that Sherry had been branded on her right shoulder older after and appeared battered and bruised they they actually think this branding was something like actually said something yeah yeah. The description I read was that the brand appeared to be a message rather than a symbol but whatever it is. It's unclear what it what it's intended the to be. I think they know what it is or at least the the rumors that I heard is they know what the messages they're not releasing that to the public okay I I had saw that it was illegible. They couldn't make anything out of it but I don't know that to be true so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa steer anybody the wrong the other way I mean that's pretty creepy that somebody would brand you and not just brand new with some symbol but some type of message Sherry told investigators is that she was not sexually assaulted. we do have investigators. That Dick did confirm that Sherry's hair was shoulder length when she was found now. I do want to point out that a lot of people suspected Sheri's exceedingly long hair was actually extensions that were may have just been removed. the the thing here to give the best description to those out there listening is that when she was found her hair was not what I would call short. It was just shorter it was it was shoulder length at the time now Sherry told detectives that just before she was released she could hear her captors. Having an argument it followed by a gunshot she said the younger of her abductors then took her from the room where she was being held captive drove her down a winding road and dropped dropped her off near interstate five a be on the lookout immediately went out for a dark colored SUV with two Latino Tino women but everyone acknowledged that in California that description well it didn't go very far on the day after Sherry was found her sister held a press conference and she was reading a statement that was prepared by Sharee and Keith
"yolo county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And a half days two and a half day. The thing about this show. Mark is you requested we play almost immediately. Man. It's wireless McKay. PK played all the hits all the time. That's a great band. Isn't that CCR in great song? Here we go Mark. A month of rain in two and a half days. You said that's exactly right. Yeah. And that's why we started having problems on our streams and creeks most of those have calmed down now, and we're doing pretty good there. But did you see what's going on a cache creek today know, what's what's happening there? But I didn't hear US Russian river is also really bad, but the closer to home. So cache creek, you kind of comes down highway sixteen goes into yolo county and eventually goes into the bypass, but running really high at one of the highest levels. We've seen in years going through the town of yolo just north of woodland, and it started to go over the top of the Levy, so they actually had to evacuate. Some folks just to the east and to the northeast of the town of yolo so up near I five and highway one thirteen so, yeah, just a lot of water, and it's it's called cache creek. And usually it's just kind of meandering little stream, but the pictures that we were talking about the shooting today. It looked like a raging river just a muddy torrent coming down out of Lake County and going straight through the middle yellow county yolo county is a lot of standing water out there, it is it is a lot. And you mentioned you mentioned the Russian river. So gern Ville Guerneville is underwater. This is the worst flooding they've seen since ninety five. Now, it's not as bad as ninety five. But this is the worst flooding they've had since ninety five hundred ninety seven was pretty bad. And last year two years ago. It also went up, but this is the worst they've had since ninety five. So it's a it's a it's a doozy. It's one of those really weird kind of situations. You know, we used to call it a pineapple express. Now, the more fancy name is an atmospheric river, and what.
Acute Flaccid Myelitis what appears to be a new disease that is still surrounded by a great deal of uncertainty.
"There's Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion with increasing frequency we've been forced to confront brand new diseases that we didn't understand perhaps it's human nature that when we don't understand something the uncertainty leads us to fear, which leads to blame 'isolation and stigma in our lifetime. There have been many new diseases including aids and SARS and legionnaire's disease and mad cow disease to name, but a few well, the new kid on the block is a new disease called acute flaccid mile Itis or a F m the disease is still rare over the past ten months, we've seen sixty two cases mostly in children five in the state of California since two thousand fourteen when a FM was first reported there have been three hundred eighty six cases in the United States. However, this is probably an underestimate. We. I've no idea what's causing the disease, although experts do suspect some sort of a virus the symptoms are worrisome weakness in one or more Lim that can last from days to well. Maybe forever, it appears that the insult is an attack on the nervous system most likely at the level of the spinal cord M R I's scans show lesions in part of the spinal cord called the gray matter the symptoms. Do look a bit like polio. But one thing is very clear. This is not polio. Dr Ron Chapman is the healthier for yolo county and was formerly the head of California's department of health. I asked him the process around how we come to understand new disease. He explains that the process starts with a few doctors observing that something's unusual and reporting it to their local health department who then contacts the state health department what the CDC does. Is bay alert state health departments and the local health departments that they're looking for these cases, they ask us at the local level to work with our medical communities. The CDC depends on doctors and nurses reporting these symptoms when doctors don't report it's nearly impossible to track the spread of the disease. Unfortunately reporting is voluntary doctors have no obligation to report unusual symptoms and the reporting process is time consuming. But once a report is made the next step is interviewing doctors and patients and families and others. The interviewing and field investigation is often done by CDs epidemiology intelligence service, but they need to do more than just interviews. The lab testing of this is really important too. So there's a bunch of labs it get done. There has to be an MRI to look at the brain and the spine and they're. Acting all of that information from local level in analyzing it at CDC because we have no idea what causes a FM. Public health experts are left with only being able to give basic generic communicable disease prevention advice, like washing your hands and getting lots of rest, admittedly. The prevention advice is not very specific. And it doesn't answer many of the questions you're probably eager to ask is the disease spread from person to person are there clusters of the disease in families are neighborhoods is the role for insects like ticks or mosquitoes. But Dr Chapman is a big believer in honesty and transparency in these situations. We don't have the answers. And so we all have to work the other the health departments clinics. The public CDC all of us to figure it out. And then as we learn more being honest about what we're learning. So. Suspect. We'll be hearing lots more about a FM as more data becomes available. This is Dr Michael Wilks. With a second opinion this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. And thanks.
Electric cattle fence blamed for massive California wildfire
"Up sixty four points the sp five hundred is up seventeen you're listening to npr from k q e d news i'm brian watt state fire officials say the cause of the county fire in napa and yolo counties was an improperly installed electric livestock fence the massive wildfire burned more than ninety thousand acres in a mostly rural area it's now eighty nine percent contained meanwhile the klamath on fire that killed one person in crossed over the oregon border is now seventy percent contained here's cal fire's gabriel lauderdale on the recent progress calmer winds temperatures although they've been hot haven't been as hot better humidity recovery's a night so that's enabled firefighters are out there on the line to control the fire lauderdale says cal fire expects to fully contain the klamath bonfire by july i fifteen bart is making final plans for a major change in its early morning service dan brekke explains the impact on thousands of predawn commuters the transit agency will begin work early next year on a major seismic upgrade to the transbay tube to give crews extra hours to work the start of early morning service will be pushed back from four am to five am about three thousand people ride bart during that first hour of service and edits median oakland today the bart board of directors will hear plans for an express bus network to get those early commuters from the east bay to downtown san francisco daly city in san francisco international airport the transit agency.
Fast-spreading California blaze, one of dozens, prompts evacuations
"Eight stop wildfires that have destroyed dozens of buildings and caused at least one death continue to ravage california as a heat wave sweeps the southern part of the state authorities say a new wind driven fire erupted last night in the hills above go lita santa barbara county burning twenty homes and threatening hundreds more farther south of fire in the san bernardino national forest grew to one thousand acres and prompted the evacuation of forest falls a town of about seven hundred homes in san diego county a handful of fires prompted evacuation orders for more than one thousand homes one blaze reportedly burned at least five homes in alpine the county fire and napa county and yolo county continues to burn up to about eighty nine thousand acres and the last report about forty two to forty three percent contained is also a fire about fifteen thousand acres in lake county it's called a ponti fire and it's ninety five percent contained so it's just about out there will be boxing at the save mart center today with doors opening at four pm however there will not be about between jose ramirez and danny o'connor o'connor collapse that his way in yesterday suffering from dehydration which was caused by his trying to make weight he was subsequently hospitalized now the under cards will move up to be the main event the department of public health this confirming the first case of west nile virus in fresno county for two thousand eighteen officials say there have been nine symptomatic cases throughout the state of california no fatalities residents are being urged to use repellent and other methods of reducing contact with mosquitoes fresno police continue to search for the suspect to shot a man in the face thursday night shots bader said officers to the parking lot of a liquor store on butler and chestnut in the southeast portion of the city round ten thirty pm there a man in his forties was shot in the face but officers say the wounds not life threatening and he is expected to survive officers are now investigating this shooting is gang related and they ask anyone with information to gaul valley crime stoppers the.
Wildfires Growing in Colorado and California
"Rosenthal live in la at least the two wildfires that seemed to be causing the most trouble are in california and colorado in northern california's yolo county several homes are threatened the fires grown to seventy thousand acres in just a few days the rates of spread were they were dangerous than they were explosive that's chris anthony with cal fire the weather's made it difficult it's been hot extremely dry and windy now the spring the fire in southern colorado's destroyed more than one hundred homes already it's grown to seventy eight thousand acres scattered thunderstorms in the forecast and while that could bring some moisture it also brings wind which makes a firefight a lot more difficulty thanks jessica president trump is revoking guidelines on race in college admissions they were put in place under president obama guidelines are meant to encourage colleges too voluntarily promote diversity in their admissions practices withdrawing the guidelines will likely renew the debate over affirmative action policies which the supreme court has for decades found constitutional as long as they also include certain restrictions regarding the importance of race in admissions decision fox's john decker at the white house the trump administration says the guidelines made it seem easier than it is to meet the legal standard for affirmative action fox news just confirming that a us senator is one of the possible contenders for the upcoming supreme court vacancy utah republican mike lee says the president called him yesterday to discuss it the president has said he spoke with four potential candidates yesterday plans to speak with a few more before he announces his pick to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy on monday fox news fair and balanced.
Men accused in California warehouse fire face prison in plea deal
"Now we're dealing with fire season for a longer duration evacuation orders are in effect for some areas and advisories for others for npr news i'm shy eleven in yolo county california meanwhile the national iterative fire center says the california fire is one of about fifty three wildfires burning across the us most of the large fires are burning in the interior of alaska in all the wildfires have charred more than one thousand square miles of land you're listening to npr news news from washington from news in san francisco good morning i'm brian watt two men charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter in the thousand sixteen ghost ship where house fire are expected to take plea deals of less than ten years each derrick almeida was the primary lease holder of the oakland warehouse turned illegal art collective he has agreed to a nine year sentence according to the east bay times in the san francisco chronicle max harris who allegedly organized the party that night reportedly accepted a six year sentence both men faced up to thirty nine years in prison details of the plea deal are expected to be confirmed in an oakland courtroom today more than two thousand residents of san francisco's bayview hunters point are joining a lawsuit against the company accused of falsifying data in the cleanup of contaminated soil at the former hunters point shipyard he peter jon shuler reports the lead plaintiff's attorney char bonner yesterday served the amended complaint to the san francisco office of the company tetra tech the suit alleges that fake testing data resulted in some radioactive soil being left at the property which bonner says lead to chronic health problems the people in hunters point suffering nosebleeds suffering kansas in a disproportionate number we don't believe that this war super merit nor would we believe it will last very long in the courts that's spokesman for tetra tech sam singer he says the lawsuit is based on allegations from a whistle blower who he says has been discredited on peter jon shuler.
Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News
"Of the military the president's visit comes one week after governor justice met with trump in the of waffles to discuss plans to revitalize west virginia's coal and timber industries at trump's last stop in the state he took aim at us senator joe manchin on immigration and a no vote on a tax reform package passed by congress last year mansion a moderate democrat is seen as a potentially pivotal vote for trump soon to be announced nominee for the us supreme court after justice anthony kennedy announced his retirement last week for npr news i'm dave mistake in charleston west virginia the president met with with four potential supreme court nominees yesterday each is a judge on a federal appeals court trump says he'll announce his choice next monday hundreds of homes in northern california are under threat from another large wildfire burning out of control this one broke out three days ago when rural yolo county west of sacramento it's black and more than sixty thousand acres a cal fire spokesman says high winds are making it difficult for crews to cut containment lines smoke from the fire has moved seventy five miles south to san francisco large wildfires are burning in eleven states amid hot dry conditions mostly in the western us two men are expected to plead guilty today in california in exchange for lighter sentences in connection with the warehouse fire that killed thirty six people that fire broke out during an unlicensed concert in oakland nearly two years ago defense attorneys say derek meena and max harris will enter guilty pleas in exchange for prison sentences of less than ten years each federal prosecutors in wisconsin are charging a community activists with plotting to fire bomb a milwaukee police station that followed riots two years ago mardi michelson with member station w w m reports on von maize maize is charged with attempted arson and illegal possession of a firearm after a criminal complaint says he planned to use molotov cocktails to bomb the sherman park police station in milwaukee police clashed with protesters in that neighborhood for two straight nights in august of twenty sixteen it happened after officer dominique hagan brown killed seville smith during chase according to the complaint may started discussing the plan the day after the riots ended and witnesses say they saw as building the bombs the complaint says maze eventually called off the attack because word was spreading and too many people knew about it he's due back in federal court on thursday for npr news i'm marty michelson in milwaukee e this is npr news news from washington abc news investigative reporter brian ross is leaving the network after twenty four years as npr's eric diggins reports ross's departure follows his suspension earlier this year for an erroneous report involving president trump's former national security advisor in his time at abc news ross's went emmy peabody and poke awards but after reporting in december that michael flynn would testify that donald trump ordered him to contact russian officials before the election ross revised account of what his source said he's not clarifying that saying according to flynn candidate trump eskin during the campaign the find ways to repair relations with russia and other hotspots ross was suspended for weeks without pay an abc news apologized for the air now the correspondent and his producer rhonda schwartz are leaving the network saying in a joint statement they are quote hardly leaving investigative journalism without specifying where they might work next eric duggan's npr news search teams in tyler land say now that they've located a youth soccer team and their coach inside a cave complex the challenges deciding the best way to get them out the group disappeared more than a week ago after the cave was flooded by heavy rains the twelve boys are said to be weak but otherwise ok officials estimate there between one and two and a half miles from the entrance there are two matches today at the men's world cup soccer tournament in russia sweden takes on switzerland followed by colombia against england the winners advanced to the tournament quarterfinals yesterday belgium and brazil advanced i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include e c m c foundation working through improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation learn more at e c mc foundation dot org.
Roe v. Wade Is Hanging by a Thread
"The fifty million americans under excessive heat warnings tonight the potentially dangerous conditions are forecast to continue through the fourth of july in new york felt like one hundred and five with a high humidity yesterday resident richard watson always trying to get a little bit of water and john relax relaxing relaxing mindset cbs news weather producer david parkinson says it was even more stifling and other parts of the country we broke a record in burlington vermont which is almost as far north as you can get they hit ninety seven that felt like a hundred and four degrees and some of those other temperatures are are pretty darn close to feels like temperature in washington dc was one hundred eight as dozens of wildfires burned in the west one in rural northern california is exploding in size the fire and yolo county is threatening seven hundred homes and businesses it's growing by one thousand acres and our ko vrt's kelly ryan with just three percent containment fire officials say this fire is growing quickly with shifting winds i always feel a little bit harder to see from down at the valley floor that's just because it's so well established up in the remote areas of the mountains crews on the ground and in the air or working to get a handle on it very large air tankers cal fire air tankers and then a number of helicopters that are all assigned to this incident president trump held interviews with four candidates yesterday as he considers his pick for supreme court justice cbs news correspondent major garrett says the president only knows how candidates would vote if a case revisiting the landmark abortion decision roe v wade comes before the court this president and those who support ending roe versus wade as it was pointed out in the briefing the president said so or predicted so in the third presidential debate don't have to ask the question it's already understood if you have that particular intellectual point of view about how the constitution should be interpreted what is legal boundaries are or are not when it comes to a defined right of privacy and a right to abortion family and friends came together monday to remember for the life of newspaper editor rob hyacinth one of five journalists killed when a man opened fire inside the capital gazette in annapolis maryland his widow maria i know it's weird to stand here and say i am lucky but i am.
Fast-spreading California wildfire forces evacuations in Yolo County
"Of his behavior he is now facing nine counts of aggravated battery and six counts of injury to a child evacuations order now as hot winds push wildfire burning out of control in northern california smoke from that fire has been going south seventy five miles into the san francisco bay area officials say the fire and yellow county as charged at least thirty four square miles of brush and is threatening structures in ranchland northwest of sacramento it is one of two major wildfires on the northern part of the state burning where temperatures are soaring and windsor almost nonstop border patrol arrests have fallen to the lowest level since february number of arrests in june was more than thirty four thousand that's down sixteen percent from more than forty thousand in may and ends four straight months of increases in the number of illegal immigrants arrested for crossing the border the border patrol says the drop could reflect seasonal trends or it could signal that president trump's zero tolerance policy to criminally prosecute every adult who crosses the border illegally is serving as a deterrent arrests in june of this year we're still more than double from the roughly sixteen thousand arrested in june two thousand seventeen amy king kfi news traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center closure in baldwin hills.