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"rocklin" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast
"We have no issues were running through the motions because again, I was not not to Brag because there's probably people way more mature than I am but I was mature enough and I knew the Info to really get them from point A. to Point B. M. Smoothly and ran into any issues with it. So unless somebody brought it up, then it became an issue. When it became an issue like when people started this themselves with aged, will you ever to salvage it ever or was it a rap? They couldn't. You couldn't move forward. It was a rap ended up the probably happened only once or twice but it happened enough to make me realize that you know age is a concern and it should be did you ever thought about lying and say man I'm twenty, three, twenty, four no, no, no, that's good. No When I was sixteen, we were told to tell everybody word twenty, two, I sixteen. Yeah. So I don't know. We were told to say it was funny but anyways. I've had people tell me. They can't deal with adversity five I have someone close to me start recently. Actually, not recently, but try to get into real estate and. people questioned them about you know how much they know how much experience they have. Your. And that kind of shuts down why you always questioning me You know what I mean. So I was wondering how you dealt with it. You know as far as dealing with people questioning your knowledge. Yeah. The one thing I did was I always tried to do the question away from people questioning my knowledge. Yeah, and I would always keep it about the topic we're on. So for talking about Rocklin and we're checking out properties, I would always just keep the conversation on a putting it on them the one thing my mom taught me I think through everything in my life was just customer service, how to be with clients, how to make it about them and how just keep the conversation on them. So they're not just sitting there wondering like you know this is a nice house but how old are you about the way it was so and especially with like the experience part I would just..
"rocklin" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Rockland. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. It's great to python is the most widely used language for data science and there are several libraries that are commonly used for data science within python do got numb pipe. Pandas psychic learn. What problems do these libraries solve for? Data scientists yeah. That's actually a huge question already. So the first. There's actually thousands of the libraries so most people who use python for science. They're certainly using those ones as a baseline but there's lots of other libraries. They're bringing after doing natural language processing doing LP. Doing an LT K and spacey if looking at time series analysis that are bringing in Saipan. Other things there's all this sort of ecosystem of libraries coming in. They're all being active. But as you said. Nah Pandas learn are probably the foundation people who are good at doing a bit of analysis of the data science replayed trained as something not computer science but they want to do a lot of computation. That is fast at so python is nice language at this really useful really usable by humans but has also written by computer. Scientists usually touches a lot of C Code a lot of Fortran Code. A lot of battle-hardened numeric systems so python bridges that gap between USABILITY and hardcore demerits. This really really useful for for computing. Okay so I guess a way of looking at this is these are just libraries. That are making it easier to perform. Data Science machine learning operations. This definitely okay. So for many of these applications that I'm building around data science or machine learning. I've got a rather large data set. Maybe that data's head can fit on a single machine and my machine has both disk and Ram. Can I use both of these storage mediums for data science? If I've got a really large data set and I wanNA process it on a single machine. Am I able to utilize both the ram and the disc on that single machine? So if you're clever using those libraries you can you might load up some see and Aram process it throw it out of. Ram Lit up some other. Csv file process throughout her friend. As if you're clever you can do a lot of this work manually. By loading and data processing destroying it or they're variety of libraries that will try to reuse pipeline to learn but in a more scalable way. So we've made it will work for you so you can use a library like spark That would work with those libraries but it is something you can use desk. A lab work on That will do that for you so to maybe talk about that for a second. So with dusk data frame you might be given a pandas like API but it will load up that are processed in chunks and give you sort of the the illusion they are operating on terabytes of Ram and memory but actually using disk in an intelligent way awesome so basically even on a single machine instance for desk. It can page the large data set and use that paging to utilize disk in an efficient fashion. That's correct ideally. We don't have to pay each. Ideally we can stream. We can find some very clever way to stream through your data set in one go without going back and forth to discuss all the time. But you're right. And worst case scenario we go back and forth the disc I see so you're describing paging versus streaming in the sense that if I just want to perform some NLP operation across my entire data set. That data set does not fit in. Ram. I can just incrementally poll in chunks of the data set. Run the operation on each chunk and and have the result but in some situation where I would need to process the entire data set multiple times like veneer to run one in l. p. operation and then run another. Nlp operation then run another. I'M GONNA have to be going back and forth. Yeah I think be more complicated. You're running L. P. operation or some other one. You're the joining those two together. You're subtracting off some arrogant off of the first population and you get really complicated workflows and now the question is can you find some way to walk the entire workflow and the way that minimizes your memory? Use any one time and that ends up being actually really interesting L. It can research problem to do. So let's talk about that when I want to scale a python data science application beyond a single machine. What are my options? Are you have a tongue? Could write it yourself. Maybe the first answer right you could learn how sockets work and you can learn how by pandas works and you could make some sort of queuing system you could use so empty is an old scientific computing systems. Use for big iron computation. You could use a sort of do spark flink. Data engineering stack could use dusk. So this is a framework that will try to solve this problem for you. It's actually really good time to be looking for big data in python because there's a lot of competition right now you'll also use the database or something that was really geared for just one kind of system. If all you want to do a sequel courteous. You should just be using database. You're the creator of desk as you've mentioned and this is a system for scaling python give an overview of what problem Dansk solves. Yeah so as you mentioned at the top of the show Numb Pipe. Pande very popular. They unfortunately don't work. Well when your daddy gets too large or we have lots of computers to us. They were designed fundamentally for single machine. Task is a Python Library that was designed to scale out those libraries so we made desk in order to partner with dumpy partner with a second learn to make scale versions of those numbers so provides is it delivers all of the networking load balancing task scheduling parallel algorithms to write down one data. Free join lots of other smaller joints and integration within your Daddy's the cloud yarn general deployment techniques so Dashti think of as being like a framework or development kit that helps developers paralyze existing python libraries. So if I'm thinking about the problems in doing distributive processing long a large data set I have the data set. I'm going to load it into some data structure and then on a process that entire data structure and there are two parts of distributed computing to talk about here. One part is the fact that you have this enormous data set. And you've got to figure out. How am I going to make a multi machine data structure? That can hold that this at the other question is how do I orchestrate my machines to do distributed processing across that distributed data said so? Let's first talk about the collection. If I'm wanting to make a collection like an array or some kind of bag scalable tell me how to do that question. Yeah I think you you separate it really cleanly and there's actually different kinds of people talk about both kinds of problems right. So if you WANNA make a parallel array right. You're talking about parallel. Algorithms studied math people say algebra. That sort of thing. Yeah so I mean you could think of a couple of different kinds of rhythms a really simple one. Some you've got a big array. Let's say you're looking at the temperature across the globe. The next fifty years maybe looking at global warming for the climate raise WanNa see does an increase or decrease so you're big array. You cut up the earth into lots of little cubes. You know maybe every cube for every thousand square kilometers one hundred square kilometers or something. These those cues might be a little numb. Pirate right so we can already use not by not already really good. For handling those sort of multidimensional array data structures. And if YOU WANNA compete you. Disconnect the sum of all those little empire raise and then you would sum up all of their selves really simple computation is a straight knock produce kind of thing or complicated algorithm. Maybe you wanted to do Matrix multiply that you can do. A Big Matrix multiply intricate. Little small matrix multiplies. But it's actually really complicated. The structure of which little numb Pie Array has multiple which other umpire ray and the becoming a very complex? Maybe you also want to subtract off some standardization. That's also very complex. And you end up building some fairly complicated task graphs. Some fairly complicated recipes of how to compute these large array computations in terms of smaller in memory computations. So we're product desk array will Peres Pie by writing an recipes for you. It knows that if you have a million million array compose of one thousand nine one thousand umpire raise it can figure out which is which in order to do the larger Matrix multiply for example or if it is something simpler competing the some. It'll do the sums and Ke told me more about what you're doing to distribute in in Daska if I want to create a really really big distributed array. What kinds of work are you doing? In desk to in Stantione that Array. So let's go with the climate science example again for a second. So let's say that you are usually run on big iron supercomputers. So we're talking. Maybe we're on the cloud interpreted as maybe we're some. Hp system and there's probably some file maybe hd fiber net CDF. These are file formats. Connolly's these days and there are python libraries all ready to read blocks of umpire. Raise out of these larger files and so we just need to call the python function that already exists thousands of times across many machines in order to load up all these different chunks of this no pirate. Now we've got these thousands of machines each ten numb pirates and now we need to sort of map and figure out what which this particular empire rate. Where does it fit into the broader picture? Maybe this is an empire that corresponds to the temperature over France. For example and on this other computer is a non pirate corresponding to the block of temperature over Italy. And so we know that if we want to sort of look at the Italy France connection we need to how those two machines connect to each other and so death is really a system. That's that's watching all those machines and is tracking all those python objects and is as necessary telling those machines what to do okay. It's now time for the machine holding France to compete at some. It's now time for the machine holding Italy to transfer that array over to machine whole France. So that we can do some interaction and so there's there's two problems here. One is figuring out a plan of which are ready to talk to each other.
"rocklin" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Python is the most widely used language for data science and there are several libraries that are commonly used by python data scientists including Numb Pie. Pandas and psychic learn these libraries improve the user experience of a python data scientist by giving them access to high level. Api is data. Science is often performed over huge data sets and the data structures that are in Stanford with those data sets are so big that they might need to be spread across multiple machines to manage. Large distributed. Data sets a library. Such as a psychic learn can use a system called Dansk Daska allows the patient data structures such as task data frame or a dazzling array. Matthew Rocklin is the creator of desk. He joins the show talk about distributed computing with task use cases and the python ecosystem. Matthew also gives a detailed comparison between task and spark spark is also used for distributed data. Science it's a show about the future of applied distributed systems for data science. I hope you enjoy it. I also want to mention. I've started doing some investing if you are an entrepreneur with a great idea particularly around engineering. Send me an email. Jeff at Software Engineering daily Dot Com. When I'm building a new product G two. I is the company that I call on to help me find a developer who can build the first version of my product G two..
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"rocklin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Get into Rocklin the Thruway slows down from exit ten to exit thirteen and the New England through a jammed up eastbound in port Chester is getting out of the north bound to England Thruway next traffic update less than ten minutes away and WCBS Greg's forecast coming right up versus from triple a don't get stuck out on the road get roadside coverage you can count on any time of day in any car you're enjoying triple a today at eight eight eight dot com slash joined Craig Hallum live in the weather center maybe a little rain in spots tonight the couple showers scattered about after dark it's starting to blossom over parts of Pennsylvania as well as New York state but it's light for the most part it won't be anything like last night's downpours and some of the thunderstorms that moved on through this time around just a couple light showers as they said after dark will push up the time of those you drive traveling west from the city to get home you may run into it toward so like I said after dark but it may take until seven eight o'clock or so to reach the city and then a little later out across Long Island and Connecticut tonight's low thirty five to forty tomorrow back to mostly sunny and a high within a few degrees either side of fifty forty four Thursday night and then on Friday cloudy with a few periods of rain developing forty five to fifty but Friday night it may turn colder as the storm leaves and it could change whatever is left over to some wet snow in parts of the region the Altes five day forecast for the weekend though windy and chilly with clouds breaking for some sun the Saturday high forty to forty five and by Sunday it's right back up into the middle fifties sort of like today right now it is fifty five humidity just twenty eight percent and a gusty west winds fifteen to twenty five miles per hour Craig thank you there's good news about New Jersey governor Phil Murphy he underwent successful surgery today to remove a tumor from his left kidney lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver says Murphy is now recovering at a hospital here in the city it's not known if the tumor is cancerous although Murphy's office had previously said that most tumors of this type do turn out to be malignant at four twenty one time for our WCBS small business spotlight with Joe Connolly spa Richard by B. N. B. bank community banking from Montauk to Manhattan get insights into how popular new business owners see so many new business opportunities one speaker at the C. B. S. business breakfast in Stamford will be Alex Morrison noodle of silver mine productions in Norwalk wanna Connecticut magazine's forty under forty he's an award winning filmmaker and also advises small and larger businesses on how to get much more impact from videos to draw new customers being authentically you beer brand you know if your brand is a family owned.
What is the difference between a whole house fan and air conditioning?
"We made a bold promise when we left the last segment about how you can install a whole house fan and that might eliminate the need for five solar panels that seems like a you should return on investment that's right I I'd love to have you talk about that because that's just that almost falls into one of those categories of land seems almost too good to be true yeah you're thinking if you arrive thank yeah exactly so you know when when you look at you know how is a solar system designed so you know when you invite us solar contractor at your home the first you know in the one of the things that he wants is your utility bills and so we're looking at is is how much energy how much electricity does your home consume over the course of the year so what in in what we do is we look at what's the difference between March and April in June July August and September what's that spike how much of a difference is there between the March and April bills and the rest of the summer months and that that increase is almost always due to electrical to air conditioning is the energy that it takes to run our air conditioning systems so what we do is we look at what what is it costing you to condition your home and the reasons why we want to do that is we wanted to stand how many solar panels which you need just to run your air conditioning system so if you said Hey I'm tired of these high bills in the summertime and I just want to put in a solar system to handle my air conditioning needs well we we look at that and then we actually determine Hey if you put in a high efficiency air conditioning system yes so you get the attic right whatever it actually is what's the actual savings of doing these energy measures compared to how many solar panels you don't need to buy so if you upgrade the attic how many less solar panels you need if you upgrade your heating and air conditioning system and the air conditioning site how many panels don't I need because I got my ducks you'll look at my system sized right I got a higher efficiency system get the what are these things I'm doing and then like you're talking about the whole house fans so we'll show people what's your maximum opportunity of reduction of solar panels by installing a whole house fan so will actually show you now that that when I say maximum opportunity it is utilizing it for all the whole house fans benefits it's not just the evening time it's the more intimate so understanding that we're trying to use it for its full maximum benefits so you if you invite us into your home we're going to show you the differences in just you know if you get a whole house fan how many solar panels would you not need to buy to get a new heating and air conditioning system if you get an attic upgrade what are these things that are going on in related to how many solar panels that you don't need to buy okay you're you're you know you're you're you bring up a lot of good points here and I've got to think anybody listening right now is really going to key in on the don't need to buy that now like you said if you're going to buy a whole house fan in whole house fans have changed dramatically in the last five or ten years I mean I used to selling a Huey helicopter in your living room now you can barely hear them if you doubt that that bad at all visit the Brower home energy show room at the end intersections sunset and Whitney in Rocklin you can hear one operating it will amaze you really really is quiet but when we start talking about the opportunity to decrease and not by solar panels I think it's insane to start with that you want to encourage people to not buy solar panels but you look at the investment that these people are making in themselves long term and it's it's tremendous it really is tremendous and this is why we tell people to come to workshops because it's like you're taking an hour and a half and you're going to expand what you know about this about this particular topic and how specifically played a place to each individual homeowner because it's not a group thing it's each and each individual thing and how you use electricity and that's why when they do this they will understand why our whole house fan does who actually made the need for about five solar panels because of the other things that can be done right if you're using a for a Allah topper to energy absolutely okay you teach them how to use it to start just turn it on and turn off there's a lot more to it than that that's right they are a manual thing they're not for everybody right so there if you have you know if you have allergies or you don't you know you're already concerned about the amount of dust in your home whole house fans may not be right for you because they're something they're manual right our heating and air conditioning system I can turn it on with my smartphone my whole house fan I can't do that I have to be home to a goal in open up windows and turn the device on so it's something manual M. it's also as you know because I'm opening windows and I want to use this in the morning and I want to use it at night it might be a safety concern you know depending on what's going on in the neighborhood so I got open windows the safety I've got to you know maybe Dustin allergies that you know are an issue and it's something that's manual so if those three things in your something that do you know that are okay with you then the opportunity is fantastic for a whole house fan well that sounds like something that could but you would be covering in your workshop absolutely probably report pretty great detail because if they can't do this as other options they have right now okay if that makes sense and this is something you really want to explore come out to our workshop it's going to be I think Tuesday night in fact while this is right around the corner Tuesday night February twenty fifth our visit Brower mechanical dot com that's Brower mechanical
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Epidemic some say is hurting the health and education of our children the Rocklin unified school district and several other northern California school districts are now suing a jewel lab saying it impedes the education and learning environment in schools across California Roger stock the superintendent of Rocklin unified district discusses this litigation why and why did you decide to file this lawsuit for the last several years there's been a really an epidemic in the use of baiting products among you we specifically in our middle high school casino rocketing increase in the use of these products and with the serious health risks for are you and frankly the burden on schools to have to address this epidemic in terms of providing education a diversion programs for students dealing with the disciplinary consequences and it is really taking resources away from what we want to do most witches educate kids and improve their learning outcomes so how much time and money is wasted because of vaping in schools this is it it really two pronged got concerned one is just the the impact on the health of the youth in our communities by the targeting of them by jewel labs and their products in advertising so there is an overriding health concern for our young people secondly regarding to the school districts address in this is we have teachers and counselors and school administrators they have to look investigate look into the the use of these products by students so it takes time away from their primary duties also we for example installed of baking detectors in our middle school high school bathrooms and locker rooms and in a partnership with the rock and police department so we have expenses spent on things like that increased surveillance cameras in so there's a lot of the impact on using the staff time and resources in our schools to address the increasing academic let alone that students are missing valuable instructional time when they're not in class because they're either missing time before health issues or for disciplinary issues and what kind of restitution are you looking for there's not a dollar figure assigned to it what we're looking for is to be reimbursed for the cost that we've had to anchor to address this at epidemic in terms of the the resources we've had to put into that and also if you think about it you know we students are missing out school time as well because all thing from I guess that it baking issues so it's looking for reimbursement for the expense taxpayer dollars that are going into public education that had been used to address this epidemic and frankly it's also to want to prevent the further I eat at work by jewel to target the youth market which would just increase the the impacts on on us and help us understand how big of a problem it is how many students are vaping in plaster county we have missed that they administered the California healthy kids survey any twenty sixteen thirty six percent of the high school students within our county admitted to using a vaping device this Peiping issue within just a local at issue in Sacramento in Rockland but it's one that's due out the state nation and in again anytime the eye of our young people are risk we just have to stand out and and and take action Roger stock the superintendent the Rocklin unified school district one of the districts suing jewel labs it's five twenty time for traffic.
New York Synagogue Attack: Suspect Arraigned On State Attempted Murder Charges
"Grafton Thomas the suspect in the Hanukkah machete attack a rabbi's house in Muncie is due back in court today to face state charges WCBS reporter mac Rosenberg is a new city with the details craft and Thomas will be arraigned today on the state charges which includes six counts of attempted murder he's pleaded not guilty this after pleading not guilty to federal hate crime charges Monday dating back to two thousand two grafted Thomas has been well known to the Greenwood lake police department documents obtained by the New York Post show he's been arrested at least twice once in two thousand seven when police say he knocked on the car door of the man and attacked him on a highway several other times you're in Rocklin police note Grafton Thomas was seen doing suspicious things like looking inside parked cars outside a restaurant and banging on the door of a home before asking a woman there if you could take things from her garbage as far as the stabbing in Muncie there's a concern that Thomas may not be mentally fit to stand trial it was in federal court Monday is attorney told the judge he doesn't believe Thomas fully understands the
Beloved Soccer Coach Dies In Rockland County House Fire
"Well beloved high school soccer coach is being remembered after he was killed in a fire over the weekend in Rockland county the fire started at a home on Rocklin lane in ram a PO five thirty Saturday morning by the time police arrived at the scene the house was engulfed in flames the victim was identified as the nail Eduard he was a coach and security guard at Spring Valley high school and Warren coached spring valley's junior varsity boys soccer team the school said of an L. was vital to our high school security team and was a caring soccer coach for the last eleven years the cause of the fire remains under
Hanukkah stabbing suspect facing hate crime charges
"Of the man accused in the Rocklin Hanukkah attack now facing federal charges Grafton Thomas initially charged with five counts of attempted murder in connection with the stabbing of five orthodox use around eyes home in Muncie correspondent Steve cast him down with more the new charges these federal charges include five counts of obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs by tending to kill with a dangerous weapon and causing injuries court papers say the Grafton Thomas kept journals filled with anti semitic writing and an affinity for the black Hebrew Israelites a fringe group not associated with mainstream Judaism the federal complaint says the thirty eight year old used a cellphone to search for quote Zionist temples and quote and for news stories about where police were protecting Jews his family said he had a history of mental illness and was treated for it in the past Steve casting down for ten ten wins stems appeared in federal court in White Plains answer these new charges where his attorneys agreed with prosecutors that he should remain in custody attorney Michael Sussman says his client needs to be admitted for psychiatric evaluation this is the action of a individual who for a long time is the compensated he's been treated in mental health facilities I won't right now comment on the nature and quality of that tree I think over time people will be able to form their own conclusions about that earlier a public defender told the judge Thomas was taking medication and has issues of bi polar and schizophrenia especially when he's not taking his
Hanukkah stabbing suspect facing federal hate crime charges
"Oh to the man accused in the Rocklin Hanukkah attack now facing federal charges Grafton Thomas was initially charged with five counts of attempted murder in connection with the stabbing of five orthodox Jews in a rabbi's home in Muncie responded Steve cast amount has more on the new charges these federal charges include five counts of obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs by tending to kill with a dangerous weapon and causing injuries court papers say the graft in Thomas kept journals filled with anti semitic writing and an affinity for the black Hebrew Israelites a fringe group not associated with mainstream Judaism the federal complaint says the thirty eight year old used a cellphone to search for quote Zionist temples and quote and for news stories about where police were protecting Jews his family said he had a history of mental illness and was treated for it in the past Steve casting down for ten ten wins Ms appeared in federal court in White Plains to answer the new charges were as attorneys agreed with prosecutors that he should remain in custody attorney Michael Sussman represents the Thomas family says his line needs to be admitted for psychiatric evaluation this is the action of a individual who for a long time his decompensated he's been treated in mental health facilities I won't right now comment on the nature and quality of that tree I think over time people will be able to form their own conclusions about that earlier a public defender told the judge Thomas was taking medication and has issues with bi polar and
Monsey Stabbing Suspect to Face Federal Hate Crime Charges After Journal Found With anti-Semitic Entries, Security Increased with Hate Crimes Task Force
"The the wake wake of of the the horrific horrific stabbing stabbing at at around around by by Saosin Saosin Rockland Rockland county county thirty thirty eight eight year year old old Grafton Grafton Thomas Thomas now now being being charged charged with with federal federal hate hate crimes of forty say they found journals at his home in Orange County with anti semitic rhetoric his attorney saying Thomas has a history of mental illness the Jewish community in Muncie frightened and still in shock car Roger stern reports a private security company is stepping in to help security executive Patrick Brosnan lives eight minutes from the attack in Muncie he was outraged and felt he had to do something with volunteering a free service of armed officers okay except the I'd love a state police and detectives Roslyn risk consultants will guard a series of Rockland synagogues based on risk county executive that day praising the offer these a wall Rocklin just to show what happened rock and they know what the truth part of this community as an date are discussed about what's happened he says this will be an added resource for the county sheriff's department Roger stern ten ten wins in new city plant in the wake of that stabbing and other acts of violence against Jewish people in New Jersey and Brooklyn city officials are working in concert to both step up police presence in Jewish neighborhoods and places of worship and also create a hate crimes task force state Attorney General into should change will be establishing a hotline so that individuals can report crimes of anti semitism and we will be establishing a hate crimes task force and we will be again working with local and state elected officials to come up with some legislative fix is in some solutions to address what we have been witnessing throughout the state of New York in New York City police commissioner German Chasez that apartment quote will keep the Jewish community safe the increased patrols in the city with which began following the deadly shooting at a kosher grocery store in Jersey city that was on December tenth and a string of anti semitic attacks in New York City last week Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams has a plan to help put an end to hate crimes breaking bread and building bombs that's the new program Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams will use to help stop the rise of hate crimes especially against Jews it brings together young people from different backgrounds to dine and discuss stopping racism and stopping anti semitism is a herculean task and we believe is going to start would bring in people who have historically have not spoken to each other bringing them in a room and allow them to do so congressman Akeem Jeffrey says it worked in crown heights after the riots thereon heights is not perfect but it's a lot better off than it was during the height of the conflicts of the model can work Adam says the program will have one hundred dinners with ten people each across the city he's starting off fundraising with a ten thousand dollar grant from his office Julie Walker ten ten wins at Brooklyn borough
Monsey Jews respond to recent violence
"Muncie is a hamlet in the suburbs to the north of New York City was some twenty thousand people many residents here are his city could use a second of all to Orthodox Judaism at a strip mall and main street choppers hid under umbrellas and ducked in and out of she would clothing stores to limited skis father survived the Holocaust and she says the weekend's attack brought up painful feelings of what he always warned her about he would tell me be where these so much anti semitism I go no doubt anywhere in America and here it is coming up again you know just a very ugly and very horrific she works as a biology teacher at a public school nearby she says she felt an outpouring of support from the diverse community here many of my colleagues and my neighbors orthodox not orthodox Jews not Jewish black white people called me because they cared about me and asked if I was well inside an eyeglass store nearby the owner and his employees say they've been discussing ways to increase security the employee thinks they should get a gun but a key vote the order who declined to give his last name because of concerns over safety disagrees I like the idea of the taser better just to have something and protection but this is not a gun it's not float to the another man at the store Mordecai helper Stam works for security firm and he says his company has been getting lots of last minute requests somebody made a party last night Hanukkah party actually called if we could provide armed security as party because he's bringing out his whole family there is children as cousins grandparents you know if somebody has no problem walking into somebody's house of machete was she going to do there and sent a few women passing by declined to be recorded one says she knows one of the victims in the attack and feels traumatized another young mother says she now feels paranoid nearby adorama PO town hall elected officials and community leaders gather to discuss how to move forward risky fighter is a community activist the people to learn who we are we human beings I mean what we different so we prayed to from you have a different religion but we still love our children we care about education we have a lot of things in common people to want to see that Aaron leader is a Rocklin county legislator I can tell you that the number one thing on people's mind our god for bid if this is a school with the next attack is taking place the attack in Muncie is the latest in a string of violent attacks on ultra orthodox Jewish people in the tri state area members of this community where traditional clothes that make them easy to target despite that we said the thought of changing his appearance in any way has not crossed his mind I will never ever try to conceal the fact that I'm Joe all walk proudly is it you federal prosecutors say the alleged attacker Grafton Thomas kept journals with anti semitic writings and then he's facing hate crimes charges in a statement released by his attorney Thomas's family says he had a long history of mental illness meanwhile in Muncie members of the Jewish community are looking both for answers and for healing as they celebrate the last day of
Cuomo calls attack on New York Hanukkah celebration 'an act of domestic terrorism'
"This is violence spurred by hate it is mass violence and I consider this an act of domestic terrorism let's call it what it is these people are domestic terrorists police in suburban New York City say five people were stabbed inside the home of a rabbi Erin Cologne was there he tells Rocklin video productions that he threw folding chairs apple suspect while fleeing I was given my life I didn't know what to write that's why I said either some running down to the kitchen so I ran out from the front of the suspect who made off in a vehicle was taken into custody a short time later he's facing five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary last night's attack the latest in a wave of violent incidents that appear to be targeting the Jewish
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"A strong economy lower unemployment means more are entering the work force instead of going to college also could be the high cost of tuition Rocklin high school parent Jamie Cooper says she sees a shift towards community college third grade they've been all going off to college that we were at and a wonderful thing when they announce where all the kids are going to a lot of the choices were community college they are college American river like there's a shift happening there or they're starting to maybe stay home save money and not go away Cooper says that pressure to keep up with the Joneses of where your kid goes to college is gone now that community colleges free for two years I reached out to Sierra college on their enrollment no decrease their in fact they saw a one percent increase this year Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. into the biggest social media companies are making some big changes to their advertising policies to protect kids KP case Nick I'm a goddess reports Facebook and Instagram are cracking down on ads promoting vaping and guns influencers get paid to promote such products using the branded content feature but the new band will close the loophole in the company's advertising policies other reddit content including alcohol or diet supplements will require special restrictions Facebook is also working to restrict which users can see content based on age begin the girl his news ninety three point one Kathy Kay just hours after voting to impeach president trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she will hold back the articles of impeachment from the US Senate she was asked about that at a news conference and a response is our featured audio clip this hour the risk of some Republicans have said of looking like you're playing games with impeachment if you hold on to these articles for too long I said when I finish a Nancy we are we have I have when we bring the bill which is just so you know there's a belt made an order by the rules committee that we can call up at any time in order to send it over to the Senate and to have the visions merit pay for the for the for the impeachment and then the next step in that Kerr kept the whatever you wanna call it that the the trial that is where you put the manager I was not prepared to put the managers and that deal yet because we don't know the arena that we are and frankly I don't care what the Republicans say matter best moment now I wish you didn't do well explaining it I mean she went back later and said okay we got a pic these managers ago Saddam over gonna make sure it's not a kangaroo court but now sh right not learning while there I was trying to follow that stream of thought and I listen to that clip maybe three or four times and I I couldn't get there and I don't know where she was going and I got the impression she didn't know where she was well and that's what it sounded like certainly I mean it took there there was a written release later explaining it but obviously she was caught off guard there by that question how how are you going to be caught off guard by that that's the question you're going to get when you withhold two articles of impeachment in the United States Senate that looks like that is the question wasn't it didn't challenge is prepared to answer it so they're gonna all hit home and we're going to find out when they get back to Washington DC I gas what's next in terms of articles of impeachment for now they remain in the house of representative or what kind of assurances Nancy Pelosi and the house once more they send those articles around right turn out for the top national stories on this Friday morning from news ninety three point one KPK from ABC news I'm Alex stone at Loyola Marymount university in Los Angeles were last night seven Democrats battle it out in the final presidential debate of twenty nineteen the biggest fire works of the night coming between Pete booted judge and Elizabeth Warren Warren criticizing booted judge for taking money from wealthy donors the mayor just recently had a fundraiser that was held.
Orthodox Man Stabbed and Slashed Steps Away From NY Synagogue
"Orthodox orthodox Jewish Jewish man man was was beaten beaten and and stabbed stabbed while while on on his his way way to to morning morning prayers prayers today today in in the the Rocklin county community of Muncie he is in critical condition residents of Muncie say they were already fearful because of the rise of anti semitic rhetoric online in the community but now even more so says Hana very frightening because to quite safe neighborhood and like have my children go out and not knowing with him to them it's very very sent this after thirty year old teacher was attacked on his way to synagogue Wednesday morning just before six on how we're drive Brenda pope police chief Brad by dell says they don't have enough evidence to call it a hate crime but he says it was so vicious he call it a tempted murder he was approached from behind by at least one or maybe more individuals and he was assaulted and staff and staff more than once he underwent emergency surgery police are increasing patrols cement the leap and ten ten wins in
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rocklin network shares dropping in to the streaming company reported new subscriptions fell far short of expectations for the second quarter Netflix report a two point seven million new subscribers well below the projected five million all right Paul McCartney I know there are a lot of fans out there he is writing his first stage musical based on this movie it's a wonderful life he's going to Penn music and collaborate on the lyrics with a screenwriter playwright Lee hall this is going to be coming out to the stage in late twenty twenty interesting he's never done this before is a first for him and he said it all started with an email the playwright approached him said will you do this is apparently written most of the music already again coming out late twenty cool to see how well he does with his hi Jon Stewart lashing out again at U. S. lawmakers and we're gonna play a couple of clips from from what he had to say about all this the night alone of the nine eleven victim compensation fund is right at the center of this or a couple of senators of blocked a bill to extend the funding they were senators rand Paul of Kentucky and Mike Lee of Utah and that made Jon Stewart very very upset he responded on fox news last night absolutely outrageous Anya pardon me if I'm not impressed in any way by rand Paul's fiscal responsibility virtue signalling rand Paul presented tissue paper avoidance on the one point five trillion dollar tax cut.
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"K. sponsored by Audi Rocklin newly released federal data shows how drug makers and distributors increased shipments of opioid pain killers in America The Washington Post reports that from two thousand six to twenty twelve the number of pills distributed but from eight billion in one year to twelve billion in one year we celebrate the achievements of Apollo eleven this week and the first man to walk on the moon there is a reunion planned to mark the occasion with buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins who will both paid tribute to the late Neil Armstrong Michael Collins in a recent interview talked about the historic nature of the moon landing and whether or not he was ever fearful for his life during the mission you know when I drive down the highway and someone coming the other way gets over my lane we pass one another hundred twenty miles an hour sixty plus sixty that is fair space flying is not that it's worry however were is sort of a first cousin unfair because in such a long and fragile daisy chain if you will of events from ours the moon and back those daisy chains are held together by a links each little segment each event trying to get that Saturn five to put channel or about getting out of orbit getting on your way to the moon each one of those things is as a hazardous event in itself and and and a real part of the daisy chain break one of those little links and everything down downhill from there is useless when you hear him talk about the daisy chain when you think about you know the phone that we hold in our hands more power than what they had they what they had it's and it's amazing and I love that line worry is the first cousin of fear it's so true those guys a lot of I mean they they they were tough cats once they were they were going up in these rockets that were filled with fuel do you remember Apollo thirteen the movie and and my favorite scene in that movie is when they are having issues on board the flight and a one of the NASA engineers gets a bunch of other engineers around and he dumps a box full of stuff on a table which is everything they have up there and says okay we need to figure out how to make a filter or make you know of for the error and they all go to work the problem while they're up in the air yeah that that is my favorite scene of that movie because it really does describe that generation and and all of these researchers they didn't put a percentage on whether they would live or die they just focused on making it work everything went well we did everything exactly right we came back with a moan rocks we were supposed to have brought and so on now in terms of surviving the experience I never put a number on that but it meant a lot higher than a lot more optimistic than fifty fifty I don't know what it was we never never say Hey Neil what do you think your chances of surviving as far as you can yeah tomorrow evening and cocktail hour so we just didn't work that way and they were heroes I mean they were big time heroes right came back other parades the whole country watched on TV I mean it was such an enormous event for this country it really was and then you look at yours later the shuttle all the different shuttle missions how it almost became wrote how they would go yeah you know yeah and and it didn't have the same impact right it really just to be interesting to see how long it takes us to get back to the moon or in five five years and I don't know about Mars right I'll take a lot of private companies thinking about all the money they can make and I only have space tourism in the like absolutely up to the road.
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Sponsored by Audi Rocklin scientists closing in on a blood test to screen people for possible signs of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia at the Alzheimer's association international conference half a dozen research groups gave new results on various experimental tests including one that seems eighty eight percent accurate at indicating Alzheimer's risk well the new rules for dating in the workplace it's a mine field of potential legal and emotional pain points most people say forget it but others spend so much time at work that's where they meet someone where they can observe them in a non threatening situation and get to know each other corporations hate this of course because romance comes with inevitable ugly break ups that spill into the workplace we talked with attorney Amos warns who outlined the two circumstances that cross the line from romance to harassment seven of the Civil Rights Act the equal opportunity employment commission they define workplace sexual harassment basically two ways it's a hostile work environment which you probably heard of or quid pro quo and quid pro quo is just like it sounds like it's you know who if you date you can get a promotion and that's been sexual harassment for years and years and years and then under the law as hostile work environment is try harder to define and it stings like what's the contact just verbal or was it verbal or physical you know how often is the conduct occurring what of the conduct is hawks file were obviously offensive on its case I'm just kind of these are the typical things that courts look out this is a me too movement and the changing landscape of what is considered harassment many businesses have developed their own rules of engagement so this is just for example for Airbnb easels lately they're saying if you're on the same level if you're not a supervisor or a boss or something you're allowed to date someone of the same level as you in the company but if you ask them out on a date one time and they say no you have to stock it's more important that people tread carefully at work and know their companies' policies as well as the law because work places don't have the same protections or freedoms you know the constitution we still reach to act you know all right to privacy our right to freedom of speech that's all about government power that's all about what the government can and cannot do to you but what about corporate power in my own life power is a lot more relevant but government power there's no such thing as freedom of speech kit Google there's no such thing as freedom for your right to privacy and take it to create some really nasty situations where a company as you correctly so either they own your time and then they try to make rules about your life said you you can't can't date and so you know you have options in the market place to try to do your own boss or find a different employer that's more reasonable but a lot of times people have no choice but to sign these policies and procedures are restrictive of their life and you see this on some of those big campuses like you know the big tech companies they they control like every aspect of your life I mean from they they ship in food places to sleep they have workout facilities right there which is all convenient dry cleaning right but it does is and and that includes your dating life as well right but then it makes it really challenging if you're there all the time how are you going to meet someone right exactly it is it is a dilemma all right we're gonna talk to you about a missing hiker this woman sixty years old she was found in a remote area of this year and about as well talk about that but first why nobles because traffic.
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of BK sponsored by Audi Rocklin California has become the first state to offer tax payer funded health benefits to adults a living in the country in the country illegally governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law yesterday that makes a low income adults age twenty five and younger eligible for the state's Medicaid program regardless of their immigration status a movie based on the largest hostage rescue attempt to in the United States premieres this weekend at IMAX the director is local and so is the story it's based on the hostage seizure at the good guys electronics store on April fourth of nineteen ninety one in Sacramento a ten hour standoff with sheriff's deputies and for Vietnamese gunmen holding a bunch of people hostage okay because John McGinnis was there it was among the first that that played out on live television their pre empted afternoon soap operas and local news programming from afternoon about one thirty in the afternoon till about ten o'clock at night when it finally concluded and it put a local jurisdiction in which people could relate to as as anywhere USA squarely in the center of the map of the nation and beyond the movie is called a clear shot at stars Mario van Peebles the director is Nick leisure who grew up in south Sacramento story that was on like myself on the back of my mind that I would do this as a movie one day because I was actually there is a teenager I lived in south Sacramento I hung out at your mall lot friend of mine lives like a block away we're I should ask is how some I think I was in junior high school at the time going a great and we saw on the news hour said that like a block away with our insurance now we're standing out you can just kind of watch it all the cops so it's always been one of those on stories that interested me Lisa says he studied the case but insists a clear shot is not a documentary or piece of journalism it's inspired we did change things for a Hollywood purposes you know working with Mario and some of the actors we change something that but I would probably say may be sixty percent of it so the movie was shot in eighteen days at a studio in Mexico originally built for director James Cameron leisure says the production crew built that shopping center in south Sacramento with such detail it gave him chills when he arrived to the sats it was crazy it was like I mean down to like the members on the address and you know the hot that they use and everything we made a last minute decision while I was in a last minute decision to call it be your guide but a good guy because we have found out that the good guys was still around like track star in Australia so we weren't sure about being able to use their right to that or not so they made that decision but walking his it was pretty great so as you mentioned the name in the film is leisure guys not good guys one of the concessions to filmmaking a clear shot will premiere at the IMAX this Saturday night before stops at the Toronto Film Festival and a limited opening in five hundred theaters around the country and by the way I'll have expanded the interviews with both the Jordan the director and John McGinnis on our website KPK dot com I'll be cutting those early this morning and get those out fantastic all right let's get out to the road talk to Ryan nobles because we still have this road closures near sunrise mall today that officer involved shooting yeah that would be greenback lane still shut down between sunrise Boulevard in fair oaks.
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of BK sponsored by Audi Rocklin back when the police and the county sheriff have made an arrest in a string of violent crimes from twenty five years ago in what was then known as the parkway rapist case DNA evidence is said to have broken the case after all this time it's four forty six now at news ninety three point one K. F. C. K. and we now go in depth last month America got to know Luis Alvarez a New York City police officer and a nine eleven first responders dying of cancer well this weekend his battle against that disease came to its inevitable end they saw him at the side of comedian Jon Stewart on Capitol Hill in an emotional scene at Stewart tore into congressman for not caring enough to permanently fun nine eleven relief and many for not even bothering to show up to the hearing among those watching former NYPD officer in KFBK talk show host Dan Connery hello Danny Hey Mike how are you pal I'm all right how bout you staying out of trouble behaving myself we appreciate your you're doing this yeah no problem it's you know Louis was a very very interesting character very we ran in the same circles with the same exact age and he came on the job couple years after I did and we were in the narcotics division at the same time he was on the cover I was on the cover and you know we weren't the best of intimate friends but we get he was he was part of the bomb squad and I did the inside story here is that you know he wanted a less stressful job then be in on the cover so he joined the bomb squad oh my gosh you know the world got to know Louise Alvarez when he was up on Capitol Hill with Jon Stewart on that incredibly emotional day it is Michael and it is my legacy see there you do the right thing for ninety seven nine eleven response and he passed very quickly after that I understand that you didn't really realize until a little bit later that this was somebody that you knew I was floored after the testimony somebody said you know that was Louis testifying next to Jon Stewart and I was just gobsmacked I was floored and it did just that was not Louis and you know you've all seen the healthy pictures of the week and well you know he was diagnosed in twenty sixteen and there was no well you didn't want to be anywhere else but ground zero that's the type of cat he was and and Mike you know marines and lose a former marine and they are a very very interesting fraternity and they've been you know he wanted to be where everything was and what if it was not conics it was the street cop in queens or eight you know being a technician in the bomb squad that just as the eighth inning and cry yeah he was that type of guy and he used the classic immigrant story you know born in Havana and may come to the United States and be there with the there was no looking back just that he was a really know it yet you know we say this it's almost right but when it yeah he entered a room you just kinda knew it you know he was that type of guy and and I just it was a real output dog to just be a one to be there wanted to solve the problem and want to get the job done I I admired him you know we with his same making it a little bit more time on the I had a little bit more time than him on the job **** up he was the guy that captured the rope dancer's Louise Alvarez show that same kind of tenacity and dedication into voting the last days of his life to making sure his brothers in the first responder ranks the heroes of nine eleven would be taken care of we'll talk more about that part of the story with Dan at five seventeen and it's a for a fifty now.
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"By Audi Rocklin recreational drug use is soaring worldwide according to the United Nations some two hundred seventy one million people globally are more than one in twenty of the population age fifteen to sixty four use recreational drugs in two thousand seventeen that's a thirty percent increase from two thousand nine all right let's talk about where you get your news here of course right but also a lot of people get from Facebook and four years ago Facebook was really involved in political events the company co sponsor the fox news Republican debates and allowed CNN to access some of its user data to help shape questions for the democratic debate so the world's largest social media platform seems to be backing away this year from political involvement during this election cycle and focused on securing the network from election tampering there are a number of different strategies that we've taken as a company to prevent state actors like what we've seen Russia do and and tried to do in the twenty sixteen elections for being able to do that again elections around the world including the twenty eighteen U. S. mid terms an upcoming the twenty twenty elections course that's mark Zuckerberg speaking at the recent aspen ideas festival he says the company has several key tools in place for this election cycle part one is building up really sophisticated technical a ice systems and hiring a whole lot of people we have thirty thousand people on Facebook work on on on on content and safety and and safety review.
Summer camp is newest front in battle with measles outbreak
"Summer camp is the newest front in the battle to contain the worst. US measles outbreak in nearly three decades vaccinations being mandated this summer for campers and staff and several counties north of New York City, that annually fill up with kids from the orthodox Jewish communities, that have been hit the hardest Vitamese outbreak the state eliminated. The religious exemption on Thursday to vaccine requirements for school children. But even before that individual counties, mandated, the measles, vaccine, or proof of immunity at all day, camps and overnight camps, Ulster county announced to mandate following similar actions from rocklin Sullivan and Orange
"rocklin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Audi rocklin report out this morning shows a sharp increase in the number of drone flights by dozens of states across the country. Thirty six states now have drone pilots on staff. State regulators say they use the drones to inspect bridges and roads time now is six seventeen. We're going to go deeper right now. It's been the next few minutes talking about the metoo movement. And the impacts that it has had in the months, the most recent months, there's a new poll shows sixty percent of male managers feel that they are too nervous about being accused of harassment to interact with women in common workplace activities, like mentoring socializing one on one meetings five accomplished, professional men's sat down with CBS news, very recently, and they talked about the metoo movement. And we have some audio clips for two of them to play for you this morning. I, we're going to hear from Judd, appetite. He's a film director and he. He said that the new revelations that have surfaced in the metoo movement have taken our society by storm. It certainly a tidal wave. That's happening. But I look at it like isn't it amazing that so many people have felt the need to be silent for so long how terrible muscian vitamin B that right now? As a result of the internet. And as a result of just a confluence of events, people feel safe speaking up, and Christina the ramifications for this particularly for men is that they're afraid to be around women in the workplace now, and it's not good for women either. I mean when I think of, of my own career, and some of the big mentors that I've had in my life, they were men. Right. So I think it's not good for either sex that there's this fear, so that number that I quoted for you a sixty percent of male managers say that they feel tuned to, to meet with women. That's a thirty two percent spike from twenty eighteen. And I mean you know, because you have this spectrum, you know, you have everything from, you know, the Joe Biden, making women feel uncomfortable, the claims of that all the way to, you know Harvey Weinstein and allegations of sexual assaults. There's this huge spectrum and some men start questioning what did I say? Someone that could be construed as right? Right. Okay. This is restaurant tour, Tom Colegio. He talked about how we need to change as a society. I think you're right. It has been going on for decades. And I think the answer is I think we're seeing the answer. It's a cultural shift happening Rectifier is right now and that's where the struggle is. But until we take it a step further and say, what can we do in our industry to make sure those women not only are safe, but economically, there are structures in place that actually can can can see them thrive. Okay. I know we have to head off to traffic,.
"rocklin" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And in rocklin, southbound New York, stay throughway slows from the Garden State Parkway connector down to exit eleven from an accident. Another traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. CBS? Winds will diminish this evening. It'll be a chilly night tonight with drop to forty eight in midtown with skies Finchley turning out cloudy, some low forties north and west of the city Marlins wanted to be a cloudy cool day. We'll have rate at times through the morning and midday hours bring tapers off in the afternoon, otherwise cloudy and cool fifty six for the high clearing tomorrow night. Lou chilly, forty two in midtown with thirty north and west of the city Monday, you'll see some sun. But it'll stay cool. Mondays I will only be near sixty. Our temperature in town right now, fifty seven degrees. We got a cloudy sky out there. It's fifty three in west Milford. It's fifty five and deer park ED's. Fifty seven in the Bronx. Our top story. This afternoon is a shooting at the hubbub congregation. Congregation just outside San Diego. We have one person dead of an older woman. Three people injured two men and a little girl. The suspect in nineteen year old man gave himself up to police after he ran away in one of the officers who is chasing him shot his car. He gave himself up to police. We'll continue to follow this story for you on WCBS WCBS news time, five forty one. Hi, I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea may be to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four and a half percent APR four point seven eight percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Rates subject to change fifty percent received a call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states, and unless number thirty thirty if there ever was a time now is the time for you to make the switch with the best offer ever on all tees one get two hundred Meg internet and over two hundred twenty channels for just sixty four ninety nine a month for one year, just sixty four ninety nine a month for one year, you'll get your favorite streaming apps like Netflix and YouTube built right into the system. Blazing fast wifi everywhere in your home since every box steps up the signal. A brilliant four k ultra HD video experience, plus. A unique voice activated remote or you. Tell it what you want to see and to make this amazing deal. Even better all tees one. We'll give you a hundred our American Express gift card for switching it's all risk free with no annual contract and eight thirty day money back guarantee through all college basketball is everywhere. You look make the switch now. It's all teast one from optimum. It's the ultimate all in one connected entertainment experience with no modem, no router and no clutter get one year for just sixty four ninety nine a month by calling one eight seven seven six optimum or visit optimum dot com. Make.
Health Commissioner Issues New Order re: Measles Outbreak
"Despite a significant increase in the number of people being vaccinated for measles over the past few weeks, public health officials say they haven't seen a slowing of the measles outbreak in New York's Rockland county, eighty six cases of confirm measles in Rockland county with many more that are unreported at this time that's county health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Scharnagl ruptured. Individuals are required to cooperate with Rothen county department of health public health. Authorities by providing information regarding details of one's illness exposures and contexts county executive Ed day said they have to take further action twenty-ninth week fighting these outright here in rocklin the longest lasting current outbreak in tire nation. So they've. Issued a new order that impacts adults and children who have confirmed cases of measles, and anyone who has come into contact with them this excludes the individual who has the measles to remain home until no longer infectious. It also requires those exposed to measles to excluded from indoor and outdoor places of public assembly. Located in Rockland county for a specified period of time from the date of the order if they violate the order and show up anywhere that the public gathers. They'll be subject to a fine of two thousand dollars for each incident despite our best efforts. This outbreak is not going away. If anything is now celebrating much as we feared we have seen. Thirty three new cases, we declared on now nullified state of emergency three weeks ago county exact day said they're particularly concerned about the spread of the disease because of the upcoming Easter and Passover holidays. The outbreak in Rockland is mostly centered around and ultra orthodox Jewish
500 measles vaccines given amid state of emergency
"A spotlight on the measles. Outbreak in Rockland county seems to be paying off over five hundred vaccinations were administered in the first two days of rocklin counties. Measles state of emergency county executive Ed days been arrested been no efforts to go out and find if people have vaccines are not that has not an will not be the purpose of what would the county executive says it's directed at what he calls pockets of resistance to the measles vaccine, folks. Like Kevin Connery, you believe in a connection between vaccination and certain illnesses. Autism ADHD all kinds of diseases that have just been astronomically rising the past
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"Audi rocklin three the strong storm that moved through California earlier this week may shut down much of the northeastern U S this weekend. Emergency management officials from Washington DC northward or closely monitoring the storm which is expected to bring snow ice and freezing rain starting on Saturday. Forecasters are predicting travel difficulties in power outages across the northeast weekends to thousands of people and police officers from around the country gathered in Davis today to remember Davis police officer who was murdered on the job a week ago yesterday country singer, Billy Ray Cyrus sang his song, some gave all and dedicated it to officer Natalie corona and called her a light in this world that won't be forgotten and one President Donald Trump says he'll make a major announcement about the federal government shutdown in the southern border Saturday afternoon from the White House Trump and Democrats in congress remain far apart is a shutdown moves into a fifth week. With hundreds of thousands of federal workers still going without pay and no signs yet of a resolution that a going on that if you think he's going to end the shutdown dot com the afternoon news with. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes. Let's head over to the traffic center. Talk to Dana has brought to you by indeed dot com. And as we check your travel times a lot of improvement eastbound camp city did the split ends one. That was not all that much better. It's still about sixteen minutes from the fifty transition. You get out to eighty once again on eightieth split at Roseville is going to be another twelve minutes for you there downtown elk grove southbound. I five little slowing getting added downtown at all in all about fifteen minutes. It's going to be a little heavier about eighteen minutes on ninety nine is spotty slowing most of the way, and especially between Florin road and Sheldon road. After Folsom eastbound fifty well, that's only seventeen minutes now, which is really good that most of the slowing getting out of the downtown midtown area as usual. How to woodland northbound I five twenty four minute drive there. And it's going to be a twenty two minute trip. Downtown Davis on westbound eighty and indeed used.
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"Audi rocklin number three governor Gavin Newsom has released his first budget proposal. He's also projected the state will have a nearly twenty two billion dollars surplus number two hundreds of thousands of federal employees aren't getting paid today as the partial government shutdown drags into day twenty one and number one a twenty two year old Davis police officer has been shot and killed the gunman was found dead early this morning having apparently shot himself. We'll continue our coverage at five thirty on NewsRadio KFC K. I we've got traffic and weather together every ten minutes, here's Brian Noble's. In the case bouquet traffic center brought to you by indeed dot com. Still no problems on our freeways around Sacramento. Eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cap city split nine minutes on the cap city freeway gets you to downtown no delays comedian from elk grove on five or ninety nine. Either of those is thirteen minutes to make the trip in fifty from Folsom in eighteen minute ride, though, if you are coming out of Eldorado county, you're going to you can expect some dense fog right around the area of bass lake road, all the way down through the bass lake. Great nail Dorado hills over the Scott rate all the way down into Folsom. Dan. It starts to ease up as you make your way through Folsom coming in from woodland on. I five just to twenty one minute drive inbound from Davis, sixteen minutes eastbound across the causeway, if you're super commuter going the other way, no delays for you on westbound. I eighty four the way to the six eighty connector six eighty Lescot got some maybe fog across Venetia bridge. But you're out of it by the time you get into concord pleasant hill and walnut creek be staying on. I eighty headed into San Francisco things look good through Vallejo. Heavy fog across the carquinez bridge. After that, you're good to go. The rest of the way to the bay bridge. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions than sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. Next update's five thirty w get to work on time. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KFB K..
Thai Soccer Team Spends First Day at Home With Families
"Business. On WBZ, NewsRadio ten, thirty eight, Tracey well these twelve boys have inspired the world. And. They continue to do so the boys and. Their soccer coach rescued from that flooded cave in Thailand are finally out of. The. Hospital they've gained a little bit of weight and some wisdom ABC's James Longman was on hand as the young team spoke at a news conference today. Voice lost on average nine pounds in. The cave but each has gained roughly six pounds back. Off the boys announcing they want to be navy seals, when they grow up the. Other half. Professional soccer players they all apologize to their parents. Forever going to the cave in the first place some of the boys retreated from minor infections but are. Otherwise said to be, doing well rocklin on the south is having a difficult time Shaking a, self out of a sex scandal that's rocked town government there as we hear from our Bill Marcus the. Town unwittingly put. Itself in this position years ago Rockland town chairman Larry, Ryan says the rule that prevents the board from terminating suspended administrator Allan Chaka dates back to the nineteen nineties Tom by law to protect the administrator's office from becoming a political. Football and that when we first instituted it working out there. Now he says it's protecting Chaka the rule says four votes or a super majority, of the five member board are required to vote. On termination but selectmen board member Deirdra hall who was having an affair with Chaka resigned and selectmen Edward Kimball who was having an affair with hall we'll, have to recuse himself that leaves three votes which at this point says Ryan is. Not enough to act Bill Marcus WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty and the suds will soon be flowing along the Charles river the DCR's chosen night Shift brewing to run the seasonal beer gardens DC our Commissioner Leah ROY says one of, them will be on the esplanade on the other at a park here on soldiers field road that's, where we are these types of beer. Gardens are very family friendly think bombs and dads, with kids in strollers people stopping by after a long run along the Charles or a sale of community boating this is really a different kind of atmosphere. To enjoy the outdoors Okay Chris stop making me laugh off. Air people say what are they laughing about is there anything to laugh about in sports, from the as hticket dot com sports studio there's not necessarily something to laugh about but certainly something, to be encouraged about curbs the big story of the day at least for Boston fans especially for green teamers Marcus smart, in Adrian Wolski of ESPN report that, Celtics boss Danny, ages seriously engaged in, contract talks with the guards agent whose name happens to be happy that's just an, aside potential deal said to be in the area of four years smart a restricted free agent spent much of last week meeting with other teams fielding..