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Newsom Rolls Back Reopening in California
"Governor Newsome has rolled back all county re openings because of the surge of covert 19 cases this morning. Some local lawmakers are calling for businesses to defy the governor's orders and remain open. KFBK sneaky McGahee's has more businesses in the sacramental region are once again facing the toughest restrictions in the tier system. Yuba City Assemblyman James Gallagher says small businesses, schools and churches should stay open. Call echoes a similar message. And plus or county county supervisor Kirk Euler says businesses don't have to worry about the new rule changes being enforced under the purple tier restaurants, gyms and places of worship. Can't operate
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"Greater sack dot org's slash women build Video. Neil Kfbk Afternoon News on News, 93.1 KFBK now trending at 4 17 So power outages there currently over 13,000 PGA any customers in Yuba City who are experiencing a power outage. Now, apparently from looking at the map. It seems to be a public safety power. Shut off. It's a different from a rotating outage. Excuse me, according to P. Jeannie, they say that those public safety power Outages are during specific high fire threat conditions, while the rotating outages are due to the strain on California's grid. Nevertheless, the point is the power is out for those folks in Yuba City, estimated to be restored around six PM. Meantime, an additional 564 p. Jeannie customers in the Garden Valley area north of Coloma, also experiencing an outage estimated restoration. Time should be soon. And the California also has issued a grid stage two system emergency. That's the independent system operator until midnight, so that means rolling power outages are likely as we've got a high strain on the power grid. And P Jeannie customers will likely be impacted. It's for 17 now. Kfbk The California Excuse me. Democratic National Convention Virtual version starts tonight. NBC's Alex Stone previews. Yeah, Kitty. It's very different being that I'm in Wilmington, Delaware, and four years ago for the Democrats were in Philadelphia about 20 minutes away from here, and at that time it was a huge crowd of tens of thousands of people. I'll know if you can hear around me. But the dichotomy of now that they are mowing the grass around me. And the only sound is the weed Wacker and the lawn mower going at this point, and they've been working on this all day, so very different scene compared to four years ago. But the plan tonight is going to be for a two hour essentially a zoom call that this is going to be People calling in phoning it in, but they'll be on camera. Lot of it will be recorded and the live aspects will be Eva Longoria, the actress who will be kind of weaving it all together. It will end with Michelle Obama tonight. Also, we will hear from Bernie Sanders. Interesting that he will go on the first night of this event tonight shows really how Biden has opened up the party to the more progressive left wing. They brought some of those ideas into the platform. That the delegates have already voted on remotely over the last couple of weeks, and that they say tonight they're going to talk about the three pillars of their messaging, focusing on the economic crisis on overcoming the pandemic and racial injustice, issues and You know, Bottom line. They've got to make sure Kitty that this isn't an infomercial tonight that it doesn't bore people. That doesn't sound like Ron Pope. He'll, you know, selling an air friar. They've got to figure out a way to for two hours of without the crowd, people looking directly at the camera to make it engaging and to try to pull people into it, or they don't turn away. Oh, you're right. That's part of the fun of convention and the sizzle of a convention to see everybody altogether and excited in their hats and signs and so forth. Sounds like actress Eva Longoria is going to kind of emcee for the evening. So that's absolutely she. She will be, and there will be a number of musical acts as well. John Legend and some others were going to be performing so they will be ableto intertwine that now What's interesting is The Republicans are watching what's going on tonight? They're figuring out what next week is going to look like even though President Trump canceled the Republican convention, they've kind of resurrected it now, and they're putting together something similar. Sounds like the president will probably speak every night next week Monday through Thursday of the Republican convention, where they had talked about it might have only been Monday night. And then that would be it. Now they're talking about Monday through Thursday, seems Republicans said, Wait. If the Democrats are doing it. We should try to get this bump as well. And get this free air time on the networks and elsewhere. In one thing, nobody noses. Will Biden and Trump get the convention bump that you typically get after a convention that you've been all over TV and the radio and Websites for Ah, weak. You normally see the numbers go up. But in this case where it's all remote, nobody knows. All right. ABC is Alex Stone previewing our DNC tonight. Thank you so much. You gotta Thanksgiving. All right, And we're also looking at some power outages in about a city. This is dude of fire. We've got Jones fire. Brody Fernandez, our producer joining us? Yeah, Kitty, So right now there's an estimated 700 people. It'll over 700 people in the Nevada City area. And if you're up there without power that is due to the Jones fire. The great up there. P Jeannie officials shutting it down due to this fire. Okay, We'll continue to monitor that. Thank you. Brody and traffic and weather together Right now, Let's hear from Dana has brightened my batteries plus bulbs Right now we're doing pretty well kidding downtown of this pledges about nine minutes as you go from 15 80 when you get Davey,.
"yuba city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Tahoe, 71 degrees in Yuba City, not of the stories that are trending on this Monday morning. Very interesting op ed article from Willie Brown, one of California's leading Democrats, He you know, some consider him the most powerful voice among Democrats in California. He is advising Senator Kamala Harris to not accept the vice president job or its place on the ticket if it is offered to her. By Joe Biden. Kate McKay's Jensen Raeder reports as speaker of the State Assembly Willie Brown World the Lower house with an iron hand for 15 years in the air before term limits and later became the First African American mayor of San Francisco. In a column in the San Francisco Chronicle, Brown argues that Harris would be more independent and get more done as attorney general in a potential Joe Biden presidential administration. Before being elected to the Senate, Harris served as district attorney of San Francisco and as attorney general of California. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK. Also this morning. California is being warned about suspicious unemployment insurance claims KFBK correspondent Lesley Bowl has more. The CDC says it is cooperating with federal authorities and investigating possible bogus claims involving identity theft. The department reminds the public that it does not charge for its services, nor does it make unsolicited enquiries. Thie is warning about fake websites and social media pages that mimic Genuine government sites. More than 30 million Americans are out of work due to the Corona virus pandemic that was KPK correspondent Lesley Bowl. Businesses that do not comply with state covert guidelines will now face fines in Chico, Calif. The case Mike Baka reports by a 5 to 2 vote, the Chica City Council last week voted to find businesses that do not abide by state regulations for safe operation during the pandemic. Chico City manager Mark Orm says the ruling will serve as a framework for future cove in 19 enhancement measures. Councilman Shawn Morgan was boisterous in his opposition, and if we get into that we're going to shut you down business. The very people were asking to enforce those rules. On to and including the city.
"yuba city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Valley then tomorrow partly sunny with highs in the mid seventies and then on Thursday more sunshine with highs in the high sixties so that's a look at your three day forecast all right let's get a little news from your neighborhood our par now or technical producer joins us now with something happen locally yes this coming out of the Sacramento bee so authorities are turning to Yuba city high school gyms into triage centers as they prepare for the worst case scenario surge of coronavirus patients seeking metal teach in medical treatment exceeding the capacity of the world's areas only hospital the gems of the Yuba city and river valley high school gyms they were selected okay so that comes on news that they're going to convert the old and peering into Thomas one four hundred beds if needed in a couple of weeks right getting those already it'll be interesting to see is the the projections are changing all the time because our behavior has changed and is impacting that I'll tell you right now the curve is moving in the right direction morning it is really good I mean we're we're on the right we get it we both pull we can't let our guard down now don't list but about the gas Wall Street journal is an interesting article doctors who care for Pat's otherwise known as veterinarians okay also in a trying time and I know this from personal experience because our darkest not teeth issues which happens when they get a little older right so there was an elective surgery that we're going to talk about doing well that's all been put on hold just like humans so even these vets and all and people who have pets all of this is just been put on the back burner for now well it's just putting you know just unbelievable major pressure on companies small businesses and large companies out so anyway that's in the Wall Street journal this morning vets are paying the price this morning all right looking for work a lot of people are doing it hello looking for a job for millions of Americans is much different during this pandemic of these steps the first steps you can take to get noticed and potentially higher we're gonna have that about three minutes more than just the headlines why is this happening the latest news is an audio clip from the news conference plus insight and perspective to the news go beyond the headlines and dig deeper on news ninety three point one K. F. B..
"yuba city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Right now in Modesto we have forty seven in Yuba city of your head of the bay area forty six in Vallejo and it is forty eight in Sacramento with stories now trending on the calf became morning news here is the latest this morning on the corona virus outbreak we begin in Santa Clara county where they have announced a ban of all large gatherings of at least a thousand people for the rest of the month public health officials there announced the first death in that county from corona virus it is the second death in California a woman in her sixties had been hospitalized for several weeks with the virus before she died the status of three San Jose Sharks hockey games the NC double a women's basketball tournament at Stanford and won MLS game are now in doubt this morning over this span and two popular California festivals also under consideration for postponement or cancellation over the coronavirus KV Kayes nikah makan his reports organizers with Coachella and stagecoach are planning to push back both music festivals to later dates amid coronavirus fears officials with promoter Goldenvoice have discussed moving the Coachella Valley music and arts festival in Indio California to the weekends of October ninth and October sixteenth the E. G. own concert promoter is also planning to reschedule the stagecoach country music festival to possibly October twenty third organizers say they hope to know within the next forty eight hours if the move would be possible if not Coachella and stagecoach will likely be canceled this year Megan the girl has news ninety three point one Kathy Kay this morning thousands of passengers are still waiting to get off the ship that is docked in Oakland it didn't take long for them to fight back active PK's mark Mayfield has more on that angle of the story the ship finally docked on Monday and already a Florida couple has filed a lawsuit against princess cruise lines they accuse the company of not screening properly to reduce the risk of exposure they boarded on February the twenty first and say they were only asked to fill out a form confirming they weren't sick they're now demanding more than one million dollars citing emotional distress and trauma mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. now when it comes to your four oh one K. there is one piece of advice that most financial experts agree on in the market route like this stay the course more now from KPK is ladonna Harkins the sale was before not now president CEO of commerce street holdings dory Wiley says we have a tendency to run on emotion and this is not the time to indulge that instead he says consider investing right now allocating more equities it's a good time to do that it takes a little nerves of steel it doesn't mean that the market could go lower but you won't be barred with things are off you're looking for numbers of shares you're looking for long term which she says nerves of steel will be necessary but ultimately he says fruitful in the long term ladonna Harvey news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. okay we're gonna talk a little bit about the economy I mean what a day it was yesterday with the Dow down almost two thousand points a huge drop Kelly brothers coming up in about fifteen minutes or so to give us the very latest the futures right now Christina the Dow futures down or up six hundred points they were of the futures were up a thousand other up six hundred yeah it's a roller coaster ride but the government is well they're not going to do nothing I mean they are now trying to put together some sort of relief package your stimulus package to help people I think payroll taxes which are one of the ideas being floated as a payroll tax the White House is looking at a number of different economic packages that they may float over the course of the next few days they were mom on it on Friday Larry Kudlow the one of the economic advisers at the White House said last Friday look we're not what I can really need to do anything we'll be just fine then the market tanks right up so they're likely going to have to have some kind of stimulus package and boy have we heard that time and again over the last ten years right during this huge bull market but as Kelly indicated yesterday Christina while you were gone we're very close to getting into bear market territory for the first time in ten years well at our markets go up and down and we expected this one to come down eventually and we had the longest bull market in history also things gotta come down but one of the world's leading economists general Roubini professor of economics at NYU predicts the corona virus outbreak will lead the U. S. and the world economies into a recession and as you listen to this audio clip keep in mind beanies nickname on Wall Street is doctor do here's what he told CNBC about what he believes and why he believes are headed for a recession is our featured article the sour rounding out the bullet so you put it all together is much worse than what happened in the first quarter of sixteen or the fourth quarter of eighteen is going to be much more than the three got put in a session going on down the the stock market but the credit crisis and what in the beginning of a complete season of credit market so if you can hear through the thick accent essentially what he's saying is that we have a credit crisis looming in this country that's been an underlying an underpinning cause for concern for a long time doctor doom and I've read in the past if there are a lot of people who sort of pan what he has to say because he's been known to be a little bit on the bearish side but he raises some really legitimate concerns and did so with C. N. B. C. that it's more than joshed corona virus here folks that there are some things within this market place that we should be concerned with not just in the United States but global well we were already looking at trade as one factor in the amount of debt that Americans are carrying well and when he says credit crisis that's exactly what he's talking about and not just on the retail side but on the corporate side I'd as well many corporations have are deeply in debt because they borrow when the money was cheap to borrow all right let's get you caught up now in this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one calf became from ABC news I'm sharing Preston's markets open in about a half hour and plenty of people will be watching to see what will happen following Monday's latest free.
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"It will go down as whatever happens here I don't know I I I was convinced articles of impeachment were coming I still am pretty confident of that but I I really I I don't think they have sold the American public I really don't eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Craig and Yuba city California hello Greg Hey Tom thanks for having me on you bet you bet all just like you mentioned for the last four five presidents I've wondered why is our foreign policy it always seems seems to stay the same we keep given the same account of money to the same kind of people people who don't like this Sir and it just never changes and now I know why because the president's change but the bureaucrats don't they've been there for thirty years yeah they think they run the show it's just her game it's not the president's the president gets in there I don't care which one it is he gets in there any girls while I'm just going to open a can of worms all say a couple things that sounds good I'm just gonna let these people continue one doing what they're doing and those people say I'll let the president say what he wants and will just not our head yeah and we'll just keep doing what we're doing because he's not going to fight this and now trump comes in here because what we doing here why don't why are we doing this and they don't like it Tom this is the he's he's in their sandbox playing around and they don't like it in there and get a handle everything every I think this is why this is going to help him not hurt him because that's what people send Donald Trump to Washington to do what to break up the establishment what we are what we are witnessing is the establishment on parade the I mean they're the they're good people dedicated people they love what they do god bless some but your right Craig that it was their show it presidents come and go with the you have worked with people I'm sure over the years Tom who've been there so long they just think they're ripped doesn't matter that they may be right it doesn't even matter that they may be good they've just been there a long time so there's a stop right yeah I mean that's just who they are and they get to thinking they're so important more important maybe than the press they know better they know better than the president they know better than you or I it doesn't matter and they just this is been going on since long before we can probably well Tom I mean no no no it's been going on forever I I I've often thought about that so the the present United States what a strange job because what they do is they lock you up in this white building and they put guards all around you you're like a prisoner you have more you have more people with guns surrounding his from the people in a prison and so you have access to a very small group of people and since you don't know the ins and outs of lower slot Bolivia yields a well who does well doctor so and so does well let me talk to doctor so and so and doctor so and so is the one who get with the jury here full of whatever doctor so and so thanks about lower Slobozia you're really limited in in what you know or can do so I can see where a president this president any president would say okay I yet yeah you're the expert built yeah do what you think right but that's not Donald Trump that's not it isn't but but if you look back in history and you start to wonder now maybe some of the issues and problems we've had with other countries might have been because some of the bureaucrats in charge will push in things that causes I mean if I look at the old Iraq war and how bush got into that and the information that he got turns out it wasn't right right I mean so you can go you can go all the way back to the Cuban Missile Crisis yeah and if you look at what the in on I mean John Kennedy you can say what you want about him but during that that missile crisis had he let certain war harks and generals have their weight will have been traded Cuba and have been a disaster Tom that was the plan will I mean so you know you look at Bolton and I like John Bolton I just think John Boles nineteen seventies I mean he wanders off he is on the corner Johns is old school as you can possibly do that he's really smart and I like him but but you're right you give nail them yes but and and there's you know there was a time when they may be at all like after World War two we stayed in Germany and France in the end we don't we stayed a lot of places but it's just not the same today Tom how many times has somebody said to you when you ask them a question why why you why you do that well wow I'll tell you what Craig we've always done it that way I hate that answer because you really do need fresh blood and even though they bring in new administrations I'm with you.
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"But it's north of Sacramento and directly west of the national forest. Thank you very much. No that's good information honestly because especially for people that aren't are in California for looking it up on a map you you can find a little bit easier so essentially because there are a lot of them live with their parents still their clothes have been laid out in the evening of the twenty fourth before they left for Chico so they're excited about getting back to this basketball game so right away. That's important formation no too because you always wonder. Is there an aspect of them purposefully not returning. They had a fun thing plan that they're gonNA do on the weekend. They went to basketball game before their own tournament weekend. They had their clothes laid out before they left. They played for it was is difficult. Vocational Rehabilitation Center is where they played basketball so that was their team gateway gators and the team Ted. We're had asked his mother to wash his new wight high top sneakers for the term insane. We got a big game Saturday. Don't you let me oversleep so they specifically. They're excited about this. You know it was a big basketball. We can for these guys. They're really early days. Before I phone alarms. I know right so when the Group failed to return Yuba city their families became concerned immediately and call the police lease so again. This is where if it's a bunch of adults that don't really have an issue there plywood raise too many alarms that they went to a college basketball game and didn't come back the next stay. I mean what are your thoughts immediately. If just a normal group of guys they probably went out drinking got a hotel and stayed the night but they were expected to be home home to start this this this tournament so immediately. The sheriff's department began searching for him so just a recap they went from Cuba to Chico for in college basketball game. They stopped at a convenience store on their way back. The game ended about ten so they would have got back probably around midnight you know if they're a little later twelve thirty one. AM and they had a very important basketball tournament. They're playing in over the weekend that they're supposed to be a part of Sheriff's department start searching so we're gonNA fast fast for the weren't anymore. UPDATES till Tuesday February twenty eighth. This is when a forest ranger found Jack Madrid's car abandoned so this is a forest stranger in the national forest. The vehicle was a turquoise and white nineteen sixty nine mercury MONTALTO. It was on an unpaved road near Oroville in the Rogers cow camp area past elk retreat at an elevation of four thousand five hundred feet so this is in the national forest I and it was located around a two and a half hour drive from Chico in the opposite direction of the route. They're supposed to drive home and way up in the mountains in the Plumas National Forest Mike. I know you looked at a map. I think Chico's north correct north of Yuba Yeah Chico's north a little a bit north. I'd say north and slightly West took so I mean they even city they had it's in the freeway. There is a straight south drive. Yeah that would went so they went even farther north twice the distance essentially in the wrong direction up in the mountains and then abandoned in their car was abandoned. It's pretty incredible like they drove twice a distance in the wrong direction so the Plumas National Force against one point five million Acre acre national forest we talked about that. It's unique the locations you because if you look at you on the map it is south of Chico both on the same highway anyway so again. It's extremely easy to get back and forth. It's basically you get on the highway and go all the way and you get off the city so getting back on the highway to head south it'd be it'd make more sense if they got lost somewhere on the way south because the highway doesn't continue the way they went during the investigation. The police did not find anything that would make someone think foul play occurred so the car was unlocked. One Window is down in the keys. Were missing the candy rappers from the things they bought the milk. Cartons and basketball programs were in the car and maps were left in the glove compartment. They did have maps and the directions to get to and from their destination and where they wanted to go home so there's no obvious damage to the car which was a big deal because they said the road they they were on was super bumpy in unmade so basically it was a road that you should be driving in a four wheel or four wheel drive vehicle on like taping type of thing so they must have been driving slow or something because they would have expected there to be damage on the car that was noted in the police report so obviously the road was bad enough that they were surprised at this Mercury Taegu made it as far as it did with no bumps anything essentially they had a quarter tank of gas and they were not stuck in the snow. Basically what confused investigators is that the driver either use astonishingly honestly amount of care precision our new the road well enough to anticipate every single rut. It's pretty incredible and then they had gas they weren't stuck so they're high up enough and there was some snow avail on the ground. They essentially abandoned fully functional car is what they're really looking AETNA and that's kind of what confused them. It's like you have this car of guys there either lost or something and they left a car that had gas that wasn't stuck that wasn't damaged yeah so very very very confusing to investigators working on this so now we have a big gap. Were basically a search churches occurring. They didn't have any updates so from February twenty eighth to March third. We're going to be talking about Rangers. Search the area for five days found on no trace of the men to make things worse soon after the search started a severe blizzard moved into the area and they got nine inches of snow that dropped in the upper mountain so this is an obviously hinder any of the search efforts that they had the search teams had so many issues that they stated that they nearly lost men themselves two days later they had these things called snow cats that were having issues these like the boxy vehicles with tank tracks for snow and I'm trying to think of the do you remember the movie Goldeneye. Can I the James Bond movie I do. It's it's do you remember those things that they had when they earn like Siberia Yup. That's what they're talking about so they had these snow cats. He's things things that could basically navigate all so they're really bringing out some of the right equipment and they they knew the area well enough that they're gonNA get a decent search and even though they had the blizzard going on so as the news the disappearance spread Joseph Scans contacted the police say he had seen the men between eleven pm am and twelve pm on that Friday so we now also have a guy that saw the news comments said you know hey I actually saw these guys from eleven to noon news that would also fall in line with the timeframe of the drive somewhat after they left that that shop so they saw them eleven pm to twelve. Am Yeah Yeah I did say five PM. I meant okay but he saw them in that window and he estimated that time 'cause we're talking. It's it's a week or two later when he calls after he sees the news so he was driving up gravel road to his cabin when his car became stuck in the snow and unfortunately while trying trying to push his car out he suffered a heart attack so this is this is where this is where the and this is why. I don't want to say like the story but this is what really got me see for this story so the Rub for this is there are two different versions of the story both of which are weird and somewhat creepy alright it version one and they come from this guy who suffered a heart attack and did he die from a heart attack. He did not die from the heart attack and so this yes I guess yeah he told the story he told the story but still it's. It's this is going to blow your mind cause. I know you didn't read this yet. In one version while Joe I was laying in his car suffering from his apparent heart attack he saw two sets of headlights coming up behind him was a car and the other was a pickup truck he he got out of his car to flag them down obviously because he's having medical issues. The two vehicles both stopped what he said about twenty feet from him. The passengers passengers got out then left together in one car. Joe Spent the rest of the night in his car before walking back down the mountain in the morning so oh this so okay. Let's recap version one Joe Johns having a heart attack now remember Joe Johns. Is this guy who contacted police saying he saw the group so he's not part of the moon. I'm going to try and keep recapping as much as possible because there's a lot of actors in this story Joe Get stuck on this road again. This is the road where the this group of five that are developmentally disabled drove up with no issue. This guy has a cabin here and had issues driving up this road. He got stuck in the snow. He he was trying to push his car out of being stuck. When he suffered heart attack? He's laying in his car having a heart attack apparently when he sees headlights come up thinking thinking he's got some sort of salvation. He's going to get help. He flags them down. Both cars. Stop the people exit the cars all enter into one car just simply drive away which means they left the pickup truck there apparently then this guy who's having a heart attack spent the night having his heart attack in his car car in walked out to get help and survived so that's version.
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"Unknown unknown? I'm your co host Joey Radio with me as always as Mike Vanda bogart what's up everybody thanks for tuning in. It feels great to be back actio. I know we both had some interesting trips while you're gone. Yeah I am besides the Iraqis trip I know we recorded an episode since then but I spent four and a half five days in the back country of Montana Glacier national park and it was absolutely stunning. Just one of my favorite parks you oh you and I went there. What was it five years ago? Yet has to have five years now. Yeah it was a while ago but we actually stayed at the fifty mountain site that we were we were at we went a couple other places that just really really beautiful ended up covering about sixty two miles in that period of time so we were really moving but it was it was a great trip didn't running running any bears couple the rangers about their missing persons case. They're working on now. Also got some got. Some good information might have to do not bestowed on him in a little it just to talk about that guy cool yeah so you were out in glacier and I was actually up in Alaska about a month ago and it was amazing. It wasn't really what you'd call hiking trip but we did get some hiking in I went hiking with buddy and Denali for a day and then we did some hiking too a glacier near in your anchorage and we also did some psychiatry around glacier called Spencer glacier so it's really cool. I recommend Alaska anybody. can get up there. We had a lot of issues forth forest fires while we're there so the air quality towards the end of the trip was pretty subpar but we were able to get all the all the good hiking in that we could so great ship nuts excellent you sit out of the triangle though right in the heart of the triangle right in the triangle triangle you made it out so that's good I went into the triangle the Alaska Triangle and came out so it can happen tastic so besides the trips were on we do. Have you know one exciting update. We mentioned this on our last episode before the break we have bedding. I didn't contact with some people that have known are Nelson. This is a guy that we did one of our cases on a while back. One of the guys is known him for a very long time the other guy did did some hiking with them so we are planning to have an interview with these guys to kind of shed some light on Arvin and bring the light some information. That's not publicly known so so stay tuned for that. I'm not exactly sure when we'll drop that at this point but it will be in the next couple of months yeah. We had a coordinated with them. I and I'm I'm personally very excited because a lot of times when we do these episodes we we work off the information we can get from police reports or from news broadcasts in its you know some times times if anyone's ever been interviewed and seen what their interviews like in the paper afterwards there's a lot of something can be missed out so we were contacted by this group because they said there was a couple of things they wanted wanted to correct this on. There weren't weren't any major differences but it also helps shed a light on the type of Person Auburn was in and get some better insight into what could have happened. Yes yeah so it's exciting that they they reached out to us and are willing to talk with us. You know it's very personal when you know somebody and they go missing the you know the person so we appreciate you know that one other thing we do have a Amazon storefront and Joe and I have been putting products on there that we highly recommend in have used in the back country so if you want to help the show out go to our storefront and purchase. We've got tons up there. We've got different print type of climbing here a lot of stuff that you can use in the back country and every sale we get a little portion out of it and it helps us keep the lights on so if you're in the market for any and you hiking gear check it out and we'd like to think this week sponsor Verger they've been helping us out mostly through the first half of the show so we're glad to have them back when we restart art these episodes again I've been recently. I think I posted about this on facebook. 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"yuba city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"B. K. early in the Yuba city area fifty five degrees in the Sacramento area fifty three degrees you're listening to news ninety three point one KFBK president trump has reportedly ordered his staff to crack down on homelessness in California suck on America aerial Steinberg is chair of governor Newsome's homelessness task force and he says he wants to keep an open mind about any federal help I'm worried because the administration has a pretty good record demonizing people who are vulnerable and offered to help you easily turn into a just the opposite but I think we have to react at least with some open this year a delegation from several federal agencies is that is visiting Los Angeles to get a first hand look at the city sprawling homeless encampments and efforts to control them the trump administration has not yet provided specifics on what its national homeless policy would entail a twenty one year old man from Loomis who was hospitalized because of injuries potentially related to vaping is back home gave BK's Jordan Christmas reports Rickie D. Ambrose he was put into a medically induced coma last week because of lung problems his family says he was generally healthy but then he started vomiting for five days straight before being brought to the hospital doctors initially thought he had some kind of infection but then determined he was in respiratory failure after learning that he fades Ricky's mom's Facebook posts warning people against vaping got over four thousand shares when it was posted last week over four hundred people across the country have been hospitalized with sickness is believed to be connected to vaping Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the bay area city of Richmond has banned the sale of the cigarettes and other vaping products and twenty twenty the city council voted unanimously last night to join San Francisco in blocking the sale of any products that haven't been approved by the FDA. as many as one in five high school students across the country have said they used bait products local business owners oppose the van van as saying that products will still be sold on the black market congressman John Garamendi is applauding the departure of national security adviser John Bolton K. if BK's Tim Lantz has the story congressman John Garamendi from the Sacramento region actually offering praise to the administration in the case of John Bolte inspiring though Bolton says he resigned facts of the matter.
"yuba city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Two in Roseville right now one hundred in Yuba city and ninety nine in Sacramento news ninety three point one K. if we get the trump administration has given California permission to oversee federal environmental reviews for its high speed rail project it comes as the administration is simultaneously trying to cancel a nearly one billion dollar federal grant for the project California one about three and a half billion in federal funding during the Obama administration to build the first phase of a high speed rail line connecting San Francisco and Los Angeles the administration delayed giving California authority to oversee the environmental reviews for about a year and a half that came to an end today officials at the high speed rail authority say the designation will speed up California's process for completing environmental reviews on the rail line John bright eyes the news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. skews me voices changing finally our Sacramento may have been waiting since I was on a Sacramento man was arrested in Fairfield for allegedly pointing a gun at the driver in what appears to be an episode of road rage happened on Wednesday authorities say that a woman so reported that a man had thrown something at her car on I eighty east bound and when the two cars got off the freeway she then says the man pulled out a gun and pointed it at her the woman called nine one one and Fairfield police found the car and pulled over twenty eight year old Brandon Jackson of Sacramento after a search of the vehicle authorities found illegally possessed a gun police arrested Jackson he is now facing charges of making criminal threats and weapons violations of citrus heights restaurant employees been caught breaking and the customer cars wall on his lunch break it sounded like the perfect set up Antonio Gomez would see customers come into the restaurant knowing they would probably be inside for about an hour he would then go outside and break into their cars but the perfect set up proved to be not so perfect police haven't been tipped off to the thefts celebrate car outside the restaurant sure enough the city Gomez went on his break in when he broke into a bait car they have their man little did he know he was one of about two hundred and fifty suspects a precise police arrested with their bait car program George Sampson news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. all three of California's investor owned utilities have agreed to pay into a new fund to cover costs from catastrophic wildfires caused by power company equipment Pacific gas and electric said Thursday that it will pay about four point eight billion dollars into the fund when it emerges from bankruptcy as well as one hundred and ninety three million dollars a year now that is on top of southern California Edison's announcement earlier in the day that it would participate San Diego gas electric said last week that it would injure or that it would join that fund committing four hundred fifty million dollars over several years together the companies will contributed to all of ten and a half billion dollars from shareholders and debt financing electric customers meanwhile will kick in an additional ten and a half billion through an existing charge on their bills and I will get you caught up in all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one Kathy Kay.
"yuba city" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The fairgrounds in Yuba city. It's seven hundred and fifty bucks a month to park their RV here and use the showers. She tears up. It's the sixth place. They've moved since the fire. I don't know how to describe it. Other than. Complete chaos now to hear her tell it folks around here are getting compassion fatigue toward campfire survivors. There's a lot of price gouging. Most RV parks. Don't let you stay more than a few weeks at a time. I don't want a handout, none of us want a handout, but this is made it so impossible for anybody to survive. Especially when you're on a fixed income, and we live on social security. She's hoping to move to Arkansas, she's got family there. And maybe a job California is just too expensive. And there's nothing to rent let alone something that's a forcible. There's no place to go. We're looking at parking on on the fat of the street with a bunch of other homeless. There was already a severe housing shortage and growing homelessness crisis in rural northern California. Even before the campfire for Ed mayor, the executive director of the Butte county housing authority this disaster peeled back. The band-aid exposing just how vulnerable these communities are we've really lost our ability to produce housing is affordable to our citizenry, and this is the larger tragedy the larger tragedy that voice in a story from NPR's Kirk siegler who still in the studio with me what what does he mean, they're larger tragedy? Kirk David backed ourselves into a corner because there's not enough affordable housing in this country right now, so many people are being. Forced to live in these high risk places be they high wildfire risk zones or flooded areas or or flood prone areas, you know, paradise is just the latest example of this. I mean is this town was all but destroyed could just be a game changer when people start rethinking about all of this our housing situation. How he responded his Astor's? Well, that sexually the subject of our next reporting mission where we're going to try to find out next is look at what is out of whack with how we respond to disasters like this and what needs to change. And I think a lot of communities are watching with worry. What's happened in paradise and thinking, it could have just as easily been them or it may be them next coach Sigler haired NPR west with me Kirk. Thanks. Thank you..
"yuba city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven I think I was living in Yuba city thirty years ago, when I got at number I know my business card with those of you have seen my business card was actually designed by a graphic artist city when I lived up there a million years ago thirty years ago, folks. So maisy thirty years ago. Golly. So anyhow or however long it's been it's been a long time. If nothing else I've been around for a long time. So what else? I think I've said all that. It's my opinion only. And let's talk about my upcoming. Oh, how do you get a hold of me eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven you know, when I do this show. I don't do it with a script. I do it with what I want to talk about. I have stuff next to my my where I do this show is a printer a small printer and next to it as a stack of papers about two inches thick. And that's the stuff I gather over time that I wanna talk about that. I find interesting. And that's what I talk about. It's my it's my the stuff I'm interested in. And I always talk about the stuff I'm interested in because if I'm interested in it, and you're listening to me, and you've been listening to the show, you're probably interested in this stuff..
Yuba City man unveils new smile after face transplant
"Eight thirty four California man who underwent a face transplant here. In the city at NYU Lango back in January. Made his first public appearance today to talk about his new life. Twenty six year old Cameron Underwood suffered a self inflicted gunshot wound to the face in June of twenty sixteen Bill. They're very old. I had them those. I middle to smile. I also don't good news. Or claire. Underwood's mother read about Dr Eduardo Rodriguez have professor of reconstructive plastic surgery, and the chair of the plastic surgery department at NYU Langone Rodriguez has now completed to face transplant and as desert has a designated face transplant program at
"yuba city" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
"According to the Trevor project young people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual are almost five times as likely to have attempted suicide compared to young people who are heterosexual. Some people are just going to say, you wanna know what your rights or you wanna know what I cannot find a path through this. But I think the people who do end up surviving have to acquire skills along the way. That is a thing. The press loves to write articles about the death of gay culture or the death of the gayborhood or or things like that about how things are going to become so inclusive that we're not going to need gay culture anymore, and that's preposterous because like, you know, gay culture are set of tools that we figured out over time in very hostile situations to lake manager life in a world. That's not built for us, and is never going to be built for us like it can be more inclusive, but we'll still be a tiny minority of the population. Just ahead guy leaves Yuba city, and though he gains more access to cappuccino and foreign cinema. Not all his problems get solved right away. The hilarious world of depression is supported by health partners. And by make it, okay dot org. Make it okay. As a campaign to start conversations and stop the stigma surrounding mental illnesses, not just depression. But all kinds of mental illnesses. We have some laughs on this show. It's a way of dealing with depression. Maybe demystifying depression a little bit making not so scary. But let's not kid ourselves. It's a serious illness. The good news is that people can and do recover the get help. And that's why we need to make it okay to talk openly could be an awkward conversation, but make it. Okay. Dot org is full of information..
"yuba city" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The because they still filled the field as it were so they would have people stand where the pitcher would stand even though he wasn't throwing the ball and everybody rotated in and out but he said so you know if you could just stand there you know there's the position at the pitcher's mound when everything's going on and the coach said well kind of the rules are that everybody plays for a certain period of time and they all shift around that way everybody gets the gets to go no no no i understand but you know i really want him to really focus on pitching and i think the more he gets to stand there and be on the mound the more he'll he'll really like it and be willing to do it so you know if there's anybody who wants to skip a turn or anything like that you know all talk to some of the other kids too but if if there's anybody who wants to skip a turn if you could put him there the net that'd be great because i think dave's gonna make great pitcher one day and i really think that you know and the kids are like five you know they can't hold the baseball yet very well any anybody throwing the ball it didn't get very far but this guy desperately wanted his kid to be a pitcher and his pathway to doing that was to have the kids stand on the pitcher's mound in tball so i mean you just can't deal with parents tomorrow well in yuba city which is in northern california a team called the honcker when the hunters hit the hardcourt this next seas the basketball team they'll be doing it with a different coach the district has cut ties with the decorated yuba city high school boys varsity coach mammo rough eek who wants led the afghan national basketball team who knew afghanistan known for its poppy seeds and high school basketball has anyway he's run the fourteen forty basketball academy in yuba city for years despite a long list of accomplishments to his credit some parents say the he's a little too aggressive that sometimes you know he tells the.
"yuba city" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Doing that was to have the kids stand on the pitcher's mound in tball so i mean you just can't deal with parents tomorrow well in yuba city which is in northern california team called the hunters when the hunters the hardcore this next season the basketball team they'll be doing it with a different coach the district has cut ties with the decorated yuba city high school boys varsity coach mammo rafique who wants led the afghan national basketball team who knew afghanistan known for its poppy seeds and high school basketball has anyway he's run the fourteen forty basketball academy in yuba city for years despite a long list of accomplishments to his credits some parents say that he kept a little too aggressive that sometimes you know he tells the boys that they're not very good and they need to hear that they're good they need to hear only positive thing so they said that this guy needs to get out of there and enough of them complained that even though this guy had a long list of accomplishments and was hugely successful they cut him loose they got rid of him because he wasn't as nice as he could have been and this is a kind of a thing that you're seeing all over the place the parents only want their kids you know every parent in this day and age i didn't i'm not terribly athletic.
"yuba city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That was to have the kids stand on the pitcher's mound in tball so i mean you just can't deal with parents tomorrow well in you were city which is in northern california they had a team called the hunters when the hunters hit the hardcore this next season the basketball team they'll be doing it with a different coach the district has cut ties with the decorated yuba city high school boys varsity coach mammo rafique who wants led the afghan national basketball team who knew afghanistan known for its poppy seeds and high school basketball has anyway he's run the fourteen forty basketball academy in yuba city for years despite a long list of accomplishments to his credit some parents say he just a little too aggressive that sometimes he tells the boy that they're not very good and they need to hear that they're good they need to hear only positive things so they said that this guy needs to get out of there and enough of them complained that even though this guy had a long list of accomplishments and was hugely successful they cut him loose they got rid of him because he wasn't as nice as he could have been and this is a kind of a thing that you're seeing all over the place the parents only want their kids you know every parent in this day and age i didn't i'm not terribly athletic.
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"yuba city" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Bogus one hundred dollar da fee and prescribed thousands of opioid pills the time has been sentenced to nearly four and a half years in federal prison he was turned his office in sacramento says uh 67yearold nicholas compost jr of yuba city was sentenced yesterday for prescribing patients oxycodone methadone without conducting physical examinations prosecutors say the amounts were clearly intended for abuse and resale endangering patients and the public capitals who no longer has a licence prescribed one patient two thousand six hundred forty hydro coton pills in twenty eight days ten people across the state are suing after they say they suffered serious injuries when their eat cigarette batteries exploded we get the story from karen adams with are all news sister station kanaks in los angeles the attorneys representing the ten people in the lawsuit say here clyde suffered burns to their privates faith legs some even loss teeth in an eye all 'cause says gregory bentley when the batteries in their ea6 exploded working in a very disturbing trend here and of the ken wattret we file or include batteries that were manufactured by lg chem which big electonic battery company daily as the lithium ion batteries in the devices are defective and should be pulled off the market but because the industry lacks federal regulation he says nothing's being done britt wild wild west right now with our regular he says they're lawsuits seek compensation including for all medical expenses and to raise awareness keren atoms wither all news sister station knx in los angeles great america has the help wanted sign out he cbs's mike culligan says the movement park as a thousand jobs to.
"yuba city" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So america's working families see better jobs and higher paychecks tell congressman steve night to keep fighting for real tax cuts paid for by american act in network if i have to pay extra money for a gallon gas and that money ends up in jerry brown's pocket that's and tax lamle if you read the legislation it's not really attacks tax hs increases the cost of its debt freights it's the government jacking up the price of gas sean and pin today it to kfi am 640 more stimulating trial gary and shannon our next news and rues by the way next friday august 11th can be golden road rueing right down the street in glendale on san fernando road during the show live from their ten till two metre simoni doing their show from two o'clock six clarke that day there was a strange story yesterday that was going on while we were doing the show at a rastafarian church outside a yuba city there's a lot to unpack in that sentence if you've ever driven out east of yuba city which is go to sacramento drive and other forty forty five minutes or so and make a right turn that's uber city you go out into the hills there and we are talking some back woods people stuck in the gold rush like i mean it can get pretty harry back there you've seen deliverance ripe and think of think of deliverance well there is a dispute at a rastafarian church in a place called oregon well it's not even oregon house it's between oregon house and dobbins that's how crazy lee remote this area is somebody somebody coal from this church believe it was the leader of the church a woman named heidi grossman lap she called 911 to say that a guy had become violent with fellow church member now this guy had been either staying on the church property you're was nearby the church and in exchanged a for room and board and a little bit of pay he would take care of the pot plants because it is a rastafarian church the way that a one of the lawyers described in was as a trimmer grant which i've never heard before trim agreement.