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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Zachary Barnes Kogo news The city of San Diego is offering free vaccines for those 65 older through the Fire department This week. Apartments are now available on the Fire department's Facebook page. We need something with your name and neighbor passport driver's license state identification card military identification card, But we have plenty of appointments available and we look forward to seeing our senior population come visit us and get their covert 19 vaccines. Community goes to San Diego Fire rescue, saying the city is vaccinated people today. Tomorrow and Thursday at the Balboa Park, Jim from 9 A.m. to 1 P.m. and again Thursday at the Malcolm X Library on Market Street. Jack Cronin Cuckoo News the Children is the City Council is expected to approve a rent relief program and it meets late this afternoon. The city manager says many people are struggling, a need help. Time is of the essence. Are many people in our community who have been disproportionately impacted by covered 19. They need help. We also have some very strict deadlines that we have to meet. Distributing these bonds. If counsel will consider allocating nearly $17 million in state and federal funds for those who qualify, the meeting is at five and you can learn more on Chula Vista's website. Shula vista dot see a don cub. Down today of 64 closing a 5 31,022 and now at 303 less Choco goes real time traffic from the hopeful Sat Diego Honda dealers Traffic Center North. It'll five to West eight connector has been a bit sluggish because of metal debris, which needed to be pulled out of lanes..

Pelosi and Schumer call for Trump's removal from office

KOGO's Evening News

02:08 min | 11 months ago

Pelosi and Schumer call for Trump's removal from office

"Well for the first time since the protests took over the U. S. Capitol yesterday, President Trump has released a video and he is conceding in the election. Saying they'll be a peaceful transfer of power. We must get on with the business of America. My campaign vigorously pursued every legal avenue to contest the election results. My only goal was to ensure the integrity of the vote In so doing, I was fighting to defend American democracy. It comes as many members of Congress, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and three members of Congress and San Diego are calling for the president to be removed from office, either with the 25th amendment or through impeachment, Congressman Mike 11. Praising Vice President Mike Pence for carrying out his constitutional duty and counting the electoral college votes late last night. And now he wants the vice president to invoke the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office. I do think that there is a great danger being presented by this president at the present time if he is not seen as capable of even having a social media account. Without getting up violence. I don't think he should be responsible for the nation's nuclear codes or have access to the nuclear codes and things of that nature. 11 is joined by Scott Peters and calling for the 25th amendments and Sarah Jacobs as well, who's calling for impeachment or the 25th amendments to be used as the president continues for the next 13 days in office. He continued by saying, if that option doesn't work than impeachment is also on the table. Adding, even though Trump will leave office soon. It is important that those responsible for the riots are held accountable as they took an oath to protect the constitution, not stopping there. Congresswoman Jacob says Law enforcement also needs to be held accountable for what happened at the capital. We need an investigation into how it was how it happened, how protesters were allowed into the Capitol complex and into the building. And why there was such a difference in response from the peaceful protests over the summer to what we saw in terms of security yesterday, Jacobs knows there's a lot of work to do to heal the division. But she's confident she can be a part of a new generation of national leaders. Zachary Barnes Kogo news

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"He was radio 600 Kogo live local breaking very Christmas, some Jack thrown in the in the Cocoa news Center. There is optimism in California least the northern part of the state as three of the five regions of reported a better than expected ICU rate here. Each of the three in Sacramento, the Bay Area and Northern California have seen increases and the remaining ICU capacity that's right now determining Stayed home orders in the state of California. However, the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California, which includes San Diego, remain at 0% remaining before any surge capacity and send you go yesterday reported 2200 new cases, the Corona virus and others are experiencing symptoms even after they test negative doctors Ahoy Tan was sharp, re steely told her reporting partner 10 News about one of these covert 19 long haulers. A 24 year old that's otherwise healthy, who had covert 19 quarantined for 14 days and was fine but came to the E. R E month after and inflamed heart, which some researchers say could be tied to Cove. It isn't normal. Chess is a fine but they find e. K g. They find some abnormality in your inflammation of the heart. It can be a complication. After coded. They believe about 10% of covert 19. Patients see relapse and symptoms. Despite a negative test, experiencing things like coughing, fatigue, body aches, shortness of breath, loss of taste and smell and brain fog. It is unclear which type of patient is likely to become a long hauler. Zachary Barnes Kogo News in Nashville, Tennessee. Here on Christmas morning there was explosion that blew out several buildings downtown is an RV exploded. Three people were injured Explosion knocked one.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Both rather than the normal 10,000. Outside it's ST Peter Square. It wasn't just the Vatican that saw new procedures. The ancient city of Bethlehem was nearly empty. As the traditional Latin patriarch procession march through Manger Square. Just one Boy Scout troop was permitted to join the annual tradition. As there were few tourists or pilgrims in sight. The Palestinian territories have recorded more than 120,000 cases of coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. Now, despite this Christmas season, being very different around the world, there is hope as vaccine rollout continues not only here in Israel But around the world, let's try a youngster in Jerusalem. Send Yoo Hoo county announcing yesterday Christmas Eve, another 2300 new coronavirus cases with a positive test rate of 8% rolling two week average of 9.7%. There is hope of the cases are at least plant sewing or peeking out here. But the ice you capacity remains at 0% in Southern California with 32 new deaths as yesterday just on Christmas Eve, the total of 1382 for the year and doctors reporting some patients who have tested positive for covert 19 who quarantine for 14 days test negative. The virus and then come back weeks later experiencing their symptoms yet again, except this time they still test negative for covert 19 researchers call them covert 19 long haulers. Experts say patients who had bad respiratory issues while diagnosed with the virus may develop permanent lung damage, or like in doctors Ahoy tan with sharp Aries steal these patients case Information of the heart, she tells her reporting partner 10 News. This phenomenon is stumping even the brightest of doctors. The only thing we can gave just offer lots of support, not treated Symptomatically and then just watch and wait. Dr. Tan says she has seen 92 year olds recover. Well, young people die from the virus. This is just another factor in fighting this unpredictable disease. Zachary Barnes KOGO News, a Nashville here on Christmas, there was an explosion that injured three people early in the morning. Police, responding to reports of shots fired an RV exploding, injuring three people and two other police officers knocked down at the scene. 5:30 A.m. officers responded to a call for shots fired in the downtown area. Specifically, second and new Commerce has also responded. They encountered an RV that had a recording. Send it a potential bomb with detonate within 15.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Me come about those less better than we are to treat other patients who have strokes. Heart attacks scripts, health says they have had isolated incidents where it procedure has been delayed. State officials have previously estimated that 12% of new coronavirus cases may require hospitalization. Zachary Barnes, Coco News Doses of the vaccine are being given to members of Congress. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi received her first dose of the Corona virus vaccine this afternoon. The shot was administered by Dr Brian Monahan, the attending physician of the U. S. Congress, Members of Congress are being offered vaccines is part of a continuity of government plan. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is also expected to be vaccinated. He is urging Americans to have faith in the vaccine. That's Jared Helper and talks on a new economic stimulus package. Stalling in Congress over how much power the Federal Reserve has. Lawmakers are debating and Republican led proposal, which calls to limit the Federal Reserve's ability to restart pandemic relief programs. Democrats argued the measure would revoke a much needed tool that helps stabilize the economy and say the proposal could hurt the Biden administration's ability to respond to an economic downturn. Lawmakers still say they are working to reach a deal before next week's Christmas break. Kogo News time 11 02 Let's get the latest on your real time traffic from your always helpful San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center Right now we're taking a look at the downtown area that traffic advisory continues. Due to the serious accident. North live near the 1 63 things you're getting a little bit better, but it looks like that traffic is still very, very slow. Single digits from 28th Street of past have seen accident clearing south..

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2 strip clubs can stay open and set own COVID rules, judge rules

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

2 strip clubs can stay open and set own COVID rules, judge rules

"Surprise surprise to to a a lot lot of of people. people. But But San San Diego Diego County County is is suspended suspended the the enforcement enforcement of of restaurant restaurant closures closures following following a a court court ruling ruling involving involving to to strip strip clubs. Superior Court judge issued an injunction prohibiting a season desist order from being enforced on strip clubs in San Diego County businesses with restaurant service County issued a statement saying the state and the county are analyzing the scope of the ruling and discussing the next steps. County Supervisor Jim Desmond spoke with our reporting partner 10 News will have to be seriously still have a virus was still down. Right That way. We can allow people to safely a living. Keep your employees is reported to me. This is this is a great It's a great victory, but you know, we still got most of them. Enough. Don't climb with the buyers Supervisor Nathan Fletcher in a tweet, mocking Desmond, saying he's celebrating Strip club staying open as lack of ICU beds could prevent someone's cancer treatment. Zachary Barnes. KOGO News

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Survey says more Americans were willing to get vaccinated to protect themselves from the coronavirus. There is skepticism about vaccines, especially among minorities. Ashley nearly explains why she enrolled in the Fizer trials. And I wanted to make sure that when the vaccine came out that is effective, especially on African Americans, because what could happen is that if we don't have enough people to spitting in the trial when the vaccine comes out, we could still be back in the same boat forever. The Axios Ipsos coronavirus index now, says 27% of those surveyed said they would get it too soon as possible. That's up from three months ago when the number was it just 13%. However, 21% say they won't get vaccinated. And there are a lot of unknowns about the virus. And some medical experts are concerned about patients who still have symptoms months after being infected. They're being called long haulers. Jessica Harris is one of them, She tells reporting partner 10 News that she's a healthy 33 year old. She still has problems after getting covert 19 in March. Here I am. And I have this slew of doctors that I have to go see and trying to figure out why my heart Is so high. My heart rate is so high and I can't move from the couch and I can't breathe two months after three months after four months after doctors still don't know what's behind the ongoing symptoms, but they are tracking in treating long haulers at UC San Diego. A study out of Britain estimates that about 10% of covert patients developed prolong symptoms. Johnson will lift in Cocoa News Power. A unified school district says it plans to re close schools for two weeks in January because it's running out of staff needed to safely operate its campuses. The district says it plans to close schools from January 4th 2/19 and the aftermath of Thanksgiving break many of its staff of had to quarantine due to a positive covert 19 test or do too close contact with people who tested positive. How unified has been opened since October 1st and says it is already stretched to the limit and cannot sustain another influx. Travel extra staff is needed for daily wellness checks and enforcing guidelines. Viste Unified Oceanside Unified Escondido Union Elementary have also seen closures recently due to staffing shortages. Zachary Barnes, Coco News, Your Traffic and Weather Next Kogo news time 10 02. It's time for the sexual.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Help restaurant struggling financially through this pandemic, he says, it's not just a request for another round of the paycheck protection program. CPP is not gonna work for us why we need that. We need Restaurant at the restaurant and provides $120 billion of grant money, and it actually looks back and looks at income replacement over a period of time. And then that money can be used for payroll, rent and utilities just like Pee pee pee, but also payables, he says. The act has bipartisan support. Guy Fieri has raised a lot of money for restaurant workers on given directly to them. Just you know, if you ever wondered San Diego firefighters put it not guilty in the death of his infant daughter. 34 year old Daniel Marshall faces murder and felony child abuse charges in the death of his seven month old daughter, Haley. He could get life in prison if convicted with first degree murder. Hayley died in April and Marshall was arrested after a seven month investigation. Investigators say he made conflicting statements about what happened the day Hayley suffered several skull fractures. He initially said nothing happened, but later said he tripped on the stairs while he was holding her. Marshall's bail is set at $1 Million, a new policy by the San Diego police. Garment isn't sitting well with some community members. The department has authorized its officers to not where their name tags during protest if the department leader gives them the okay. Instead, officers would worry tag with an idea. Number. A police spokesperson says the policy changes in response to officer's personal information being released after nationwide protests this year. Some San Diegans say this will undermine transparency and will make it difficult to hold officers accountable. State law requires officers to display either their name or an I D number on their uniforms. Zachary Barnes Kogo news. Go, go. News time is 5 46 Most exciting sound in the world biggest grossing album in the history of music.

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Phil's BBQ in San Marcos Permanently Closed

Sean Hannity

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Phil's BBQ in San Marcos Permanently Closed

"From the Pandemic continues for San Diego County restaurants. This time it hits what feels like a pillar and our community. Phil's BBQ with five locations in San Diego has closed its 10 year old San Marcos location permanently due to the pandemic owner Phil Pace, saying the decision to close truly was heartfelt. But if he stayed open, he'd be losing 10 to $15,000 a day, he says most of the San Marcos employees These have been transferred to other fills locations. Nationally renowned Phil's barbecue started out 1998 in Mission Hills. Pace hopes to add another North County location in the future when the virus is under control. Pace has been vocal in trying to gain more local control over the state's reopening plans. Zachary Barnes Kogo News, another victim

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Kevin being Coco's next real time Traffic update. Just 10 minutes way time now to check in with 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. Good morning, Megan. Hey, Good morning, guys. The Marine layer is back with areas of fog early, clearing the sunshine cooler today by 8 to 13 degrees, with highs back near normal there into the weekend. The coast in the mid upper sixties in the valleys in the mid seventies was San Diego's most accurate forecast, I maybe see 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. Mostly cloudy 56 degrees and very foggy and downtown San Diego Chila Vista. It's 51. We are looking at this, said 47, Degrees and 55 in Love, Mesa Kogo in two years time 602 and we start with some breaking news. A construction worker hit and killed on the freeway overnight. It happened around midnight on the eastbound. Lane of the 94 in Spring Valley. Right lanes have been ConEd off to allow traffic to pass. Witnesses say a woman was driving on the wrong side of those cones. She hit the worker and dragged him 40 ft before stopping CHP is investigating in are in contact with the driver while officers were on that scene. Traffic, backed up in a second accident involving three cars occurred today and had a minivan with several people inside, which then slammed into a cargo fan. Several people were taken to the hospital. Their condition is unknown. Zachary Barnes Who's new, Safe driving campaign here in California. It's called slow the fast down despite fewer drivers on the road due to the pandemic, speeding tickets for driving over 100 miles an hour have increased by 93%. Over last year. Some of the Weisberg with the Office of Traffic Safety says there are some main contributors to the uptick in dangerous driving one you had less traffic. You had more open roads, so the opportunity was there. To the enforcement side for all being told that we need to stay at home as much as possible, so I'm less likely to get caught..

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CDC Says Face Masks Protect You From COVID-19, Not Just Others

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Says Face Masks Protect You From COVID-19, Not Just Others

"Protection to the wearer than previously thought. Previous guidance suggested a cloth mask was better for stopping someone from spreading covert 19 particles. But now, the CDC says they're good at stopping incoming ones. The CDC says cloth masks offer comparable protection as surgical masks The guidance sites face coverings, reduce the risk of transmitting or catching the virus by more than 70%. Aunt in various instances. Agency also cited in economic analysis that found a 15% increase in people wearing masks globally could prevent upto $1 trillion in losses. Zachary Barnes Kogo News,

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Dan Noone KOGO news It could be Monday is the Senate debates over the weekends, Azamiyah Cockney barrettes confirmed For the next few days, the Supreme Court's Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, will officially t up to Jamie Cockney. Barrett's confirmation vote in the Senate after the Judiciary Committee gave her a favorable vote clear majorities of Americans want Judge Barrett confirmed. The Judiciary Committee vote was unanimous 12 to 0 after the panel's 10 Democrats boycotted the meeting. Minority leader Chuck Schumer says his party won't add legitimacy to the process. The Republican majority is rushing to confirm a justice for Republican president one week one week before Election Day debate. Unburied is expected through the weekend ahead of a procedural vote Sunday in a final confirmation vote Monday. It's Jared Helper, and there are changes coming to the gig. Economy are weeks away from voting on changes as well over and lift are being ordered to treat California drivers as employees. An appeals court ruled. The Rideshare giants must Following Labor law that took effect in January. There requires gig workers to stop being classified as contractors. The companies have resisted, arguing they'd have to suspend service. If they make the change. It's unclear if they'll ask the Supreme Court to step in. Now Voters approve prop 22 in less than two weeks it would exempt at based companies from the States Gig Economy Law. Zachary Barnes Kogo news. Bodycam footage has been released from a domestic violence call last week in Ventura Pet mosquitoes. Then an officer involved shooting a woman called 911, saying she wanted her husband to leave the room. But he refused to do so. On the recording. The woman is her telling the dispatcher her husband has a gun he inherited. But it's in storage. The suspect those 61 year old Richard Young could be heard saying he could have the gun ready for police. By the time they got there, there was there, one in the house. It's unloaded isn't in the house, so it's not. The footage shows young, pulling a gun out of his pants. While he was partially restrained. An officer shot him once and he's still in the hospital. You can see the video and hear the 9 11. Call at coco dot com. Keyword NEWS, Maryland Heitor KOGO news Coming up next, The state has guidance for schools that reopening in.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"More than a third of those volunteers are minorities. Why is this important? It's because minorities are at higher risk for complications from covert 19. So the high numbers of these participants will give researchers a better idea of how well the vaccine protect those most at risk. Young people, of course. Are at lowest risk for complications, but they can still spread the virus. So Fizer has gotten authorization to test its vaccine on volunteers as young as 12 to see how well it works on them. The antiviral drug rep disappear is the first covert treatment to receive full approval by the FDA for use in hospitalized patients. Researchers say it speeds recovery time by five days. And today as money raised to get the vaccine, others are worried about how to administer the vaccine in mass, and one demographic in particular, has researchers concerned. Most of those surveyed in California say they would definitely or probably get a covert 19 vaccine. But that was only the case for 29% of black respondents who also have been disproportionately affected by the virus. This rate is far below the 70% of Asian 62% of white people in 54% of Latinos. Who said they would get vaccinated. Researchers say this is rooted in a broader suspicion towards vaccines in general, as black people are more likely to be subject to harmful medical practices. Other factors like the cost of the vaccine, and the speed at which it is being tested also went into their decision. Zachary Barnes Kogo news The White House says negotiations are ongoing for the next Cove it relief package. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin in the Oval Office, saying negotiators are making progress in talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for another Corona virus stimulus bill, but caution that a deal may not be possible before election Day. If we can get the right deal, we're going to do that. We've been speaking to.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Future faces three and four will gradually increase how often students come to campus for in person learning. The plan says students in grades pre K through fifth will attend school in person for half the day, four days a week, with some coming in the morning and others in the afternoon. Meanwhile, students in grades six through 12 will attend school in person two days a week for four hours. Today. Face too means. Teachers also must return to work in person. Some bus routes will be active as well. Zachary Barnes Kogo news. We're all about to learn something brand new, Apparently about the moon. No nothing about cheese. NASA plans to reveal what it calls an exciting new discovery on Monday. Scientists only hit it will help support deep space exploration. NASA intends to send the first woman another man, that lunar surface in 2020, for that will help prepare for a Mars mission by the year 2030. On Wall Street. The Dow closed up today 152 points. It's 4, 34 and here with Coco's real time Traffic position. Well on the ground is Laura Kate. This report is sponsored by your San Diego County BMW Center's north bound 15 after alcohol Boulevard that crashes cleared. Still, some stop and go stuff back to the 805 South bound 805 getting back to normal, although still slow. We're Mesa Boulevard to the fifth scene is a 24 minute commute South bound five little slow through PB and then one more time between 94 the 50 for traffic on the bridge backed up all the way to the toll plaza to the five self on 15 a little congested between the 52 an arrow drive through November..

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The military I Maryland Haidar the aircraft carrier based in San Diego the USS Theodore Roosevelt is scheduled to head back to see in the next few days after a covert nineteen outbreak forced the ship into port for the first time in nearly two months the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt we back to see after accruing a virus outbreak forced nearly ninety percent of the crew off the ship navy officials hope the carrier can leave the Pacific island of Guam by the Memorial Day over thousand sailors on board if tested positive forcing the ship to get underway with about three thousand sailors a few thousand less than normal since to yours but import Chinese forces have been active since mid March Chinese fighter jets have buzzed US spy planes at least nine times in the South China Sea according to the Pentagon that's Lucas Tomlinson at the Pentagon the navy has moved into its next phase responding to the outbreak on the guided missile cruiser USS Kidd the navy transferred nearly ninety help you sailors from quarantine back on to the kid to replace the skeleton crew that stayed on board since the ship arrived in San Diego last month the navy says every crewmember has been tested and retested in they will be monitored for symptoms a number of sailors remained on board the ship to operate essential services while anyone who tested positive were removed from the ship to isolation commander Michael Kaplan of the naval medical team compared treating sailors to running into a burning building all crew members will be tested again before the ship presumes deployment Zachary Barnes koco news that his supervisors are hearing proposals to move more deeply into phase two in the meantime our reporting partner ten news Mary McKenzie says local leaders are still trying to figure out how to deal with the city budget deficit worth hundreds of millions of dollars budget is expected to look very different from last year's.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Essential worker and says there's always a chance he was exposed to the corona virus his biggest concern is bringing it home to his family especially his wife who has a health condition if you worry all day long and you would get a dispatcher this guy that walked by sneeze you know Daniels one of many who had appointments for the free swab testing in Chula Vista the the state also opened up sites in el Cajon at Grossmont college in Escondido at the North Island live well center she says you don't need a referral to be tested but you must have an appointment and they are available Monday through Friday seven to seven you can find more on the county's website and speaking about fire cal fire is urging you to prepare for fires now is the agency kicks off wild fire prevention week cal fire director Tom Porter says this year's already well ahead of the normal number of wildfires this year's stacking up to be definitely more difficult looking down last year was a we're already four hundred fires ahead of our average for this time of year Porter says a hundred and forty seven million trees across the state have died in is urging people to protect their homes now well San Diego is at a hundred and ten percent of the normal rainfall for the year many parts of northern California and some level of drought cal fire's newly revamped website and app is a checklist for creating defensible space and protecting your home Zachary Barnes koco news the Dow up one thirty three at twenty three thousand eight eighty three the closing bell brought to you by first Republic bank and now your real time traffic.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Zachary Barnes news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. good evening eight oh four I'm Bob Williams the KPK traffic center hazard with at least two maybe three Christmas trees in a fallen off of a vehicle they've been hit toward up debris in the roadway at least one vehicle damage watch for that between sunrise and Zinfandel on westbound hi part B. U. S. fifty westbound eighty just be on the Madison Avenue off ramp that a crash working of the far right lane looking get that cleared up right now looks like we're gonna need a tow truck we have it looks like the number five and six lanes of the far off ramp plays are impacted by this situation looking at some slowdown still after earlier crash five southbound near Jay street now let's get to some road closures due to weather the big one of courses I eighty is still closed eastbound from coal facts the Nevada state line adding that we got another close that's gonna be highway forty nine close to Downieville Sierra county multiple spin outs the because they're highway twenty is close in Nevada city that due to spin out along the way all the way up to I eighty only route major out that's all open over the seer right now that's reasonably accessible is gonna be highway fifty chains required from three miles east of Kuipers Tom Myers it gets take state route eighty eight going up towards Kirkwood chains required all and vehicles so even with snow tires from ham station to five miles west of Pickett's junction that's a snowy Monday night now watch out up there because sometimes even knows actually close highway eighty eight next traffic up nearly thirty three traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one K. up because recent fighting is a chilly tonight with a low of thirty five to thirty nine in overcast and cool tomorrow.

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"zachary barnes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"zachary barnes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Zachary Barnes explains families of the high profile go ship warehouse fire ask the judge overseeing P. genies bankruptcy case to lift a rule that suspends lawsuits against the utility giant riddled with pay outs for wild fire victims the plaintiffs argue their case should be handled separately from the fires that drove the company into bankruptcy further they argue co ship victims are not competing for the same insurance funds a spokeswoman with P. Jeannie said the utility will respond by the courts December twelfth deadline the case stems from allegations that the ghost ship blaze was started by an electrical malfunction from P. genies equipment I'm Zachry Barnes in other news this morning governor Gavin Newsom is planned for the delta is under fire this morning KFBK Zachary Barnes explains why a senior attorney at the natural resources defense council is calling governor Gavin Newsom's proposal for the Sacramento San Joaquin River delta a trump light to plan some experts say it ignores years of science that backs the claims that sending more water to southern California for farming will inevitably lead to extinction of a certain salmon species further they argue the salmon is just the beginning without proper management there could be an effect on drinking water California is suing the trump administration over the current federal proposal for the delta I'm Zachry Barnes the retailers are starting to recycle the same deals as they have last year in Derry I'll being from ABC news tells us why things look a little familiar as your Black Friday shopping a lot of Black Friday deals are recycled about twenty percent of the Black Friday deals are the exact same as they were last year well in a battle is children's Alice's these places do with the most freight about sixty percent of their deals are recycled followed by that definitely a steep drop down to thirty percent at places like office depot Sears and JC Penney but here's the good thing if you missed a deal last year you may be able to get it this time around Terry Alden or ABC news well before you buy your child anything on a holiday list you might want to check out the latest trouble in Toyland report its thirty fourth annual report the public interest research group list toys that can be hazardous to kids and spokeswoman Liz Moren says that once the U. S. product safety commission recalls a toy it is usually removed from store shelves but not always and often can be found on eBay or other resell sites what needs to happen is more notification from the U. S. product safety commission and the bankers to make sure that the public is aware of toys recalled and why so that includes those slime of products with dangerous chemicals and Chaudhry which contained cadmium and and what and it can also by the way cause cancer and choking hazards like magnets in uninflated balloons make sure your Christmas letter to Santa does not get lost in the mail KP Kay's Amanda Carroll found the correct address the US post office has revealed the official new address for Santa they tracked him down in the North Pole are you ready for it the correct address is one two three elf road North Pole eight eight eight eight eight not knowing whether or not you're on the naughty or nice list I can help you with that Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. if BK good to know good to know that all right not for the featured audio clip this hour it's Tulsi Gabbard Democrat who is running for president she says that she is fighting not only the establishment in Washington D. C. but also with in the Democrat party now here's what she told Joe Rogan in a recent interview this is our featured audio clip this hour we are up against the most powerful overall political machine when you when you look at this this machine that's revved up their engines to try to you know define me as something that cast suspicion or doubts or whatever in people's minds you know pushing information that isn't true or all of these different things and I think there's a few reasons for it our challenge is like we have we we are battling the political establishment in Washington and it's because in telling the truth it's because I'm challenging the status quo that they represent and and that they've profited off for for a very long time so she goes on to say are a number of other things in this interview I'd love to be able to play abruptly long clip of what she had to say one but she talked about not just fighting the establishment in Washington DC but within our own party and Christina she said you know we're being out raised by most of my opponents by a lot of money they don't she doesn't take any corporate donations right you know single into such an interesting Canada I'm just a lot of interviews on fox news and she's gotten criticism right now right and she's like either really well like to really hate it I mean she's but she's kind of Paul polarized she is very much better in this in this democratic she actually brought her family to New Hampshire to celebrate thanksgiving that must've been different than Hawaii so she's campaigning heavily there but I've got a very interesting person and you know no matter who you run into the usually have strong feelings I I yeah I I'm I'm curious to see how she does not only in New Hampshire but I in the early states just to see what kind of traction she might be getting that may not be popping up in the polls we will see all right let's get you caught up now this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. if you can.

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"Plan some experts say it ignores years of science that backs the claims that sending more water to southern California for farming will inevitably lead to the extinction of a certain salmon despite hail in forty degree weather animal rights activists spent the night outside of an Oakland whole foods on thanksgiving to denounce what they say is mistreatment of animals by the company that's your news I'm Zachary Barnes okay traffic center the California highway patrol is out in force of a thanksgiving weekend in maximum enforcement period began at six PM Wednesday evening and continues through midnight Sunday during that period of time all available officers will be deployed a patrol operations during the maximum enforcement period CHP officers we actively looking for unsafe driving practices including impaired or distracted driving unsafe speed in vehicle occupants who fail to buckle up last year saw an improvement over the previous year as far as the why arrests arresting nine hundred thirty one people statewide fifty nine people died in crashes on roads and highways statewide traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. for partly cloudy and cold tonight lows tonight thirty one to thirty five for tomorrow sunshine a patchy clouds of cool day highs fifty one to fifty five increasing clouds tomorrow night thing cloudy for Saturday with some rain in the afternoon hi Saturday forty nine to fifty three I'm accu weather's Danielle middle news ninety three point one K. F. C. K. the poll USA twenty twenty checkpoint edition with all these in the race is your bed for a Democrat nominee becoming clear or cloudy for the latest opinions direct from those that back here's Christina stop attacking it on the twenty twenty democratic candidates there've been a few changes in the lead for the nomination all the field of still close to twenty summer feeding.

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"He also says too many families wait until emergency to check on their generator so often times people don't try to start it until they need it we need to be familiar with machine before you need it could be dark it could be raining so know how the machine works familiarize yourself with that run it run it occasionally make sure it starts but sure you have adequate fuel though it may seem tedious Kaiser emphasized reading the instruction manual is necessary as generators can differ in many different ways Zachary Barnes news ninety three point one KFBK California governor Newsome is placed a moratorium on new fracking permits in California he says it will combat climate change here because my blood with the story the temporary ban on new permits also applies to Steven Jackson drilling operations Kassie Siegel with the center for biological diversity says she supports the new policy because fracking is a dangerous method of extracting the oil and gas from the earth it pollutes the air we breathe and the water we drink it brings intense industrial development she says the climate crisis is also a direct result of the amount of oil and gas brought up from underground there is no way the California can be a climate leader without confronting its own dirty oil production nuisance office announced an independent audit of the department of conservation division of oil gas and geothermal sources the agency recently came under fire after was reported supervisors on investments in the same companies they were charged with regulating Mike wants news ninety three point one KFBK Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is saying he hopes of potential impeachment trial will not be like they the house.

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"And temperatures are set to decrease Monday that's the news I'm Zachary Barnes Sacramento and Solano county tonight state route twelve at the Rio Vista bridge east and westbound lane restrictions and one way traffic control until six o'clock Sunday morning I we ate in Sacramento various spots pavement resurfacing taking place expect delays and wowed construction noises from heavy equipment ninety nine and fifty one through Sacramento county in various spots road work affecting several on ramps including Arden way fourteenth Avenue MLK Boulevard fruit ridge road and forty Seventh Avenue for business eighty as well various lanes between twenty nines H. N. T. streets in Arden way on some road work there might slow down to early on this Sunday morning it'll be mostly clear low sixty two later today plenty of sunshine warm this afternoon high of ninety five clear tonight lows sixty one tomorrow mostly sunny high ninety three and Tuesday plenty of sun hi though just eighty seven I'm accu weather meteorologist caravans key news ninety two point one KFBK I think reports every ten minutes on the ten this morning why it's not on the freeways around Sacramento mornings and afternoons look at eastbound traffic hazard in the number two we move you news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. the following is a paid program the views and opinions expressed are solely those of the host and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff management and parent company of KFBK welcome back to assets age of forty the future on Bob's Gravano.

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