After The Philadelphia Union lose over the weekend (8/8) to The New England Revolution, they set their sights on their biggest game in club history, as they take on Club America in the first leg of the CCL Semi-Finals! Joining Todd to break down this past weekend's game and to Preview Thursday's CONCACAF Champions League game is Jordan Wiegand! Todd and Jordan also discuss MLS news, including Atlanta United signing Lille midfielder Luiz Araujo, player movement from MLS to Europe, and Blunder of The Week! News: Atlanta United sign Luiz Araujo: [5:13-9:05] Tajon Buchanan linked to Club Brugge: [9:06-12:25] Players traded to Europe: [12:26-17:27] Trades within MLS teams: [17:28-22:41] New England Revolution v Philadelphia Union: Overall thoughts: [22:42-36:07] Carles Gil v The Union: [36:08-41:59] Playing the kids: [42:00-46:01] Blunder of The Week: Del Rodgers of KCRA, The Gold Cup, I mean World Cup: [46:02-50:11] Club America v Philadelphia Union Preview: [50:12-58:35] Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod https://www.thefreekickpodcast.com/ Jordan's Social Media: Twitter: @Cravens86 Twitter: @statesideshow Twitter: @stoppageshow
On the Friday edition of the Jason Ross and DC show, Jason ends the week on his own and begins the show with some big news for Oakland A's fans, as A's outfielder Ramon Laureano tests positive for a banned substance and is suspended for 80 games!! Listen as Jason gives his thoughts on the news and how much it effects the A's moving forward. KCRA's Michelle Dapper also joins the show for her last Olympic preview and review of the games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Aaron Rodgers attempts to explain his relationship with Packers GM Brian Gutekunst. Will Trever Bauer pitch again this season? KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick joins the show with our final Olympic update of the Tokyo Games! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of the show Jason starts with First Things First and discusses the debacle in Spain with Lionel Messi, Kirk Cousins deciding not to get a Covid vaccine, and talk with KCRA's Michelle Dapper on what to watch at the Olympics tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Khris Middleton gives insight to what it's like to play with Kevin Durant... speaking of KD, can he lead Team USA to a gold medal over France? KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick joins the show with an Olympic update! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On a short show after A's baseball Jason talks about the A's comeback win against the Padres. He also talked with KCRA's Michelle Dapper about what to watch at tonight's Olympics, and previewed the final Kings California Classic game against the Lakers tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Simone Biles speaks on what she's gone through at the Olympics, John Lynch speaks about how motivated Jimmy G is, and Deirdre Fitzpatrick from KCRA 3 stops by with an Olympic update! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of the show Jason starts the show with First Things First, and previews tonight's California Classic games at the Golden One Center. He also walked with KCRA's Michelle Dapper about what to watch in Tokyo at the Olympics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've got audio from Zach Lavine, Frank Reich, and Nick Foles, plus... what's next for Kings GM Monte McNair and KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick stops by with an Olympic update! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of the show Doug Christie announced that he has become the newest Sacramento Kings assistant coach, and that this is his last show for the station. The guys also talked about the start of NBA free agency, and talked with KCRA's Michelle Dapper about what to watch tonight in Tokyo at the Olympics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Olympian Lilly Kings thinks silver medals should be celebrated more in the United States then they are, what will free agency look like for the Kings, and KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick stops by with an Olympic update! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of the the show Jason and Doug start the show with First Things First and discuss the moves that the Kings have made with their draft picks yesterday, and trading for Tristan Thompson today. They also talked With Michelle Dapper, KCRA, about the Kings trade and what to watch at the Olympics tonight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We go around the world and get reactions to the Kings drafting Davion Mitchell... will Buddy Hield be gone next week? And Deirdre Fitzpatrick from KCRA 3 joins the show to talk all things Olympics! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour of the show Jason and Doug start with the news that the Kings could be trading Buddy Hield to the Lakers, which then changed to the Lakers trading for Russel Westbrook. The guys also talked with Bob Gerould, hoopobsession.com, to preview tonight's draft, and finished the hour talking to KCRA's Michelle Dapper on what to watch tonight at the Olympics. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Audio from Aaron Rodgers emotional press conference yesterday at Packers training camp, what will the Kings do tonight with both the draft and trades on the horizon, and KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick joins the show with an Olympic update! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Simone Biles speaks on the pressures and stress she's feeling, which NL West team is going to win the Max Scherzer sweepstakes, a 49ers training camp update, and KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick stops by with an Olympic update! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We get to know new Oakland A's pitcher Andrew Chafin via an amazing answer to a question on an old Cubs podcast... thoughts on Aaron Rodgers new "agreement" he's worked out with the Packers, and KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick joins the show to talk all things Olympics with us! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jake Paul thinks a fight between him and Conor McGregor is on the horizon... how much should you care about where you're trading a player in the NBA, and KCRA 3's Deirdre Fitzpatrick joins the show to breakdown this past weekends Olympic Games! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Starting with the legend known as "The Kidney Heist," we embark on a conversation about the realities of organ trafficking. In this legend, a man meets a woman at a bar and accompanies her to her hotel room, only to wake up missing his kidneys. What's the truth behind this legend? Along the way we cover everything from cattle mutilations, the definition of life, and the fact that you really CAN buy everything on Craig's List. Sources:Brickwood, Becky. 2020. “Forced Organ Harvesting: ‘This Is Beyond Understanding.’” Health Europa (blog). January 27, 2020. https://www.healtheuropa.eu/forced-organ-harvesting-this-is-beyond-understanding/96933/.Campion-Vincent, Véronique. 2002. “Organ Theft Narratives as Medical and Social Critique.” Journal of Folklore Research 39 (1): 33–50.Coffman, Keith. 2020. “Colorado Funeral Home Operators Indicted for Illegally Selling Body Parts.” Reuters, March 18, 2020. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-bodies-idUSKBN21509C.Kish, Phillip. 2018. “Mother of Model Whose Body Was Found without Organs Still Seeks Answers.” Wusa9.Com. December 28, 2018. https://www.wusa9.com/article/news/nation-world/mother-of-model-whose-body-was-found-without-organs-still-seeks-answers/507-625177206.Smith, Saphora. 2019. “China Forcefully Harvests Organs from Detainees, Tribunal Concludes.” NBC News. June 18, 2019. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/china-forcefully-harvests-organs-detainees-tribunal-concludes-n1018646.Staff, DecodingScience. 2019. “Organ Harvesting, Human Trafficking, and the Black Market.” Decoded Science (blog). November 12, 2019. https://decodedscience.org/organ-harvesting-human-trafficking-and-the-black-market/.Thompson, Don. 2015. “NorCal Inmate Was Cut Nearly in Two, Organs Missing.” KCRA. July 11, 2015. https://www.kcra.com/article/norcal-inmate-was-cut-nearly-in-two-organs-missing/6423766.qPhFDjnug9MDTZWvmx9a
When a "NO" Opens the door to creating your own entry way! On this episode, get ready to be inspired as we highlight an amazing Latina, mother of two bilingual boys, with raices from Michoacan Mexico. Get ready to hang out with Leticia Ordaz, she’s an award winning Author, bilingual book publisher and a Television News Anchor at KCRA 3 in Sacramento Ca. You will be inspired by her story of perseverance and how even though many Major Book Publishers said NO to her, she never gave up and Created Her Own Publishing Company. We hope we can all learn that even when existing doors get shut in our face, we have the power to build our own Entry Way, just how Leticia did. Last but not least, we will tell you how you can win a $100 gift card as our Christmas Present from us to you! We pray that this episode will inspire and encourage you! Thank you for hanging out with us, Blessings! Till Next Wednesday. Connect with Leticia Ordaz: Author of "The Adventures of Mr. McCaw" and "That Girl On TV Could Be Me" CielitoLindoBooks.com and @LeticiaOrdaztv Let's Connect Via Social Media: LosSotelos.com #LosSotelos @edgariSotelo @discoveringagape Email: LosSotelosPodcast@gmail.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Ep 55 | August 19, 2020 | Rape Victims rfrom the other jurisdictions shared their statements today. Once again, a little unexpected delight. I believe you can see them via KCRA archive, link below. In today's post-hearing discussion, we learn what DeAngelo said AFTER the judge gaveled the recess. Here are our stories!KCRA Archive: http://bit.ly/VictimStatements
WARNING: Because I'm trying to go really fast, I'm posting without music, without any editing. This is funny and serious and everything you'd expect. Includes technical difficulties. Enjoy! Sacramento Rape Victims shared their statements today. I believe you can see them via KCRA archive, link below. We talked, struggled with technology and shared gossip in this post hearing discussion. Here are our stories!KCRA Archive: http://bit.ly/VictimStatements
A heat wave has returned to most of California and across the western states. Temperatures reached as high as 112 degrees, leaving many residents and Sacramento’s homeless population with few options for air-conditioned relief as the coronavirus pandemic continues to keep most indoor public spaces closed. Today on Insight, how to cope in extreme heat amid COVID-19. Guests Morning meteorologist with KCRA, Tamara Berg, on what the recent heat wave means with heat watches, warnings and heat advisories in effect for 12 states, including most of California Sacramento County Health Director, Dr. Peter Beilenson, navigates concerns of the heat wave amid COVID-19 in Sacramento County, who’s most at risk, and the impact on the homeless population Professor of emergency medicine and a public health expert at UC Davis Health and Yolo County Interim health officer, Dr. Larissa May, checks-in in her new role on how the County is managing and what the heat wave means for reopenings Solano County Public Health Director, Dr. Bela Matyas, discusses the county’s response to the heat wave, concerns over outdoor gatherings, and opening cooling centers Cal Fire spokesman Captain Robert Foxworthy explains how the heat wave increases wildfire risk and staffing concerns Retired news reporter formerly of KXTV News10 in Sacramento and Palm Springs resident, Dan Adams, on the heat wave in the city and his experience over the weekend
Today we welcome Leticia Ordaz to the podcast. Leticia is the news anchor for KCRA in Sacramento, CA. She is also the author of the delightful new picture book "The Adventures of Mr Macaw". Leticia tells us the heartwarming true adventure that inspired her to write this book. She also speaks about the importance of kids seeing themselves represented in the pages of great children's books.
Deirdre is a four-time Emmy award winner in writing, anchoring, and reporting and has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She's traveled the world with KCRA photographer Mike Domalaog as a member of the Hearst Television Olympic Team. Together, they've covered the last nine Olympics -- 2000 Sydney, 2002 Salt Lake City, 2004 Athens, 2006 Torino, 2008 Beijing, 2010 Vancouver, 2012 London, 2014 Sochi and 2016 Rio de Janeiro. You can catch up on Deirdre and Domi's adventures in her Olympic blog, Deirdre's Diary. She's also a wife, mom of two sons, and likes to point out that being a #boymom is WAY more tiring than getting up at 2:15 a.m. or finishing Ironman. Now, hear her take on the Essential 11. More places you can find Deirdre: Twitter - @kcraFitz Instagram - @runreadsip
"So what will it be like going back to television as a senior citizen?"That's the question a reporter asked TV news legend (and KCRA alum) Joan Lunden that launched her latest book.The book is called "Why Did I Come Into This Room: A Candid Conversation about Aging." It's a frank and funny look at what it means to grow older as a woman.And it's told with the candor audiences expect from Joan, who spent nearly 20 years hosting "Good Morning America."Joan got her start in her hometown of Sacramento. Those roots shaped who she is today and the life wisdom she gained living in the public eye that she shares with fans, no matter their age.Joan is 69 and a mother of seven. Her oldest just turned 40. And she and her husband are raising two sets of teenage twins!Get ready to laugh and take notes. Joan is HILARIOUS and, clearly, no topic was off limits.On this Dying to Ask:We fire up the time machine and go back to Joan's start as the noon news anchor at KCRA. Find out how asking one simple question got her the gig.Why Joan says the age you FEEL is more important than the age you ARE. And the science backs her up on that.The odd connection between the aging process and life in quarantine.
What's your superpower?Adrienne Bankert's superpower is kindness. She says it fuels everything in her life from personal relationships to her rise as a network news correspondent. Adrienne, or AB as I call her, is also a former colleague, a good friend and someone I've watched grow with kindness for the last 15 years.Her new book is called "Your Hidden Superpower: The Kindness That Makes You Unbeatable at Work and Connects You with Anyone" and its message couldn't be more timely.On this Dying to Ask:How a reputation for being kind led to Adrienne's big break in network TVThe difference between nice and kind and why your goal should be kindnessWhy you should schedule kindness into your calendarAnd Fitz and AB remember some crazy times on the KCRA news set and reflect on the role mentors have played in both their lives
Do cops belong in schools?The answer is obvious: No. Yet Americans have spent the last seven decades increasing their presence in institutions of education, to devastating results. We discuss chapter three in Alex Vitale's 'The End of Policing' (which you can download for just $3 from Verso Books!), while incorporating some local flair. Longtime Sacramento residents may remember 25 years ago, when Sacramento County sheriff's deputies terrorized students at Encina High School: pepper spraying, punching and throwing as many kids as they could get their hands on. (Fun fact: now-Sheriff Scott Jones makes a cameo on the KCRA news clip, lying through his teeth about what actually happened.) This traumatized many Encina students, and shaped how they viewed police for the rest of their lives. Back then Sacramentans made excuses for the cops. Today, things are different. The region is asking serious questions about if they really belong as an occupying force in our schools. Last fall, Sacramento City Unified School District cut its policing contract by more than half. Two school board members--Leticia Garcia and Mai Vang--voted against it because they wanted police completely out. Vang, who is running for Sacramento City Council in District 8, has also signed a pledge to never take campaign contributions from cops. Enjoy! And keep an eye out for the 1995 clip of sheriff's deputies terrorizing the high school. Thanks for listening and, as always: Patreon: patreon.com/voicesrivercity Twitter: @youknowkempa, @guillotine4you, @ShanNDSTevens, @Flojaune And thank you to Be Brave Bold Robot for the tunes.
What time do you get up? Who does your hair and makeup? And, how do you look that awake? Those are the three questions KCRA Morning News anchor/reporter Deirdre Fitzpatrick gets from her Sacramento viewers. “2:15am. I do it myself which explains a lot. And, coffee by the pot.” Deirdre is a four-time Emmy award winner in writing, anchoring and reporting and has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She's traveled the world as a member of the Hearst Television Olympic Team. She’s covered the last nine Olympics -- 2000 Sydney, 2002 Salt Lake City, 2004 Athens, 2006 Torino, 2008 Beijing, 2010 Vancouver, 2012 London, 2014 Sochi and 2016 Rio de Janeiro. Deirdre, joined KCRA on New Year's Eve of 1997. She started as a weekend morning anchor and turned the weekday morning anchor job down three times as she couldn't imagine, "getting up that early five days a week vs. just two." Now, ironically, she can't imagine staying awake to read out loud at 11 p.m. after anchoring in the mornings since 2000! Deirdre is on the board for the Sacramento Running Association which organizes the California International Marathon, among other amazing races. She's an 18-time marathoner, ultra-runner and Ironman triathlete (2002 Ironman Wisconsin and 2013 Ironman Tahoe.) She's also a wife, mom of two sons and likes to point out that being a boymom is WAY more tiring than getting up at 2:15 a.m. or finishing Ironman. Sponsors: Previnex is a supplement brand that I trust, use, and have greatly benefited from. They source the highest quality ingredients in the most clinically effective and beneficial forms. Previnex manufactures to the highest standards possible, testing every ingredient, every step of production and every finished product. Visit www.previnex.com and use coupon code Runner15 to save 15% on your first order. Follow Matt: Instagram - @rambling_runner Twitter - @rambling_runner Rambling Runner Run Club on Strava Newsletter Support the show and get insider access by joining Patreon. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Chinese drones patrolling New Jersey, Trump the radio host, Major Tom calls in & say goodbye to cash. To support the show, please subscribe on Podbean, iTunes or Patreon Join the live audience on D-Live Follow on Twitter @BoogieBumper Join the Discord Show links; Imagine a society where police can spy on Americans in their own backyards for any reason with cameras in the sky. Could Trump make it as a talk radio host? Poor Melinda! Our local KCRA news was doing a live segment Mum feels 'violated' after spotting advert claiming family has died from coronavirus Parents name baby ‘Sanitiser' as a reminder of coronavirus pandemic Is This the Latest COVID-19 Symptom? Major Tom on Twitter Coronavirus is impacting the way we spend, with a growing number of retailers replacing cash with ‘tap and go' technology. Coronavirus: ‘Tap and go' encouraged when shopping Cashless in China | Why It Matters
Write a thank-you card. Change a life. Seriously, it's that easy.New research has proved that sending someone a thank-you note generates an ecstatic response in the recipient. Did you catch that? Ecstatic! It gets better. Writing the note creates a positive response in the sender, too.On this Dying to Ask:I chat with KCRA 3's Edie Lambert, a fellow devotee of the thank-you card, about why we're addicted to putting a stamp on saying thank you.We pay homage to Princess Diana, one of the most prolific thank-you card writers in history.We break down how two psychologists studied the "thank-you card effect" and why even the psychologists were floored by what they found.We share when we send expressions of gratitude and how we make it easy to pull off, even for our kids.And, we invite you to join our "thank you card challenge" in 2020.
Monday Jan 6 2020 Northern California News STORIES -Shooting at Oroville wedding -KCRA 3 Sacramento catches fire -AT&T / Hearst Corp agreement brings KCRA back on air -RCCC prison inmate murder -3 arrested for 75 car burglaries -rollover DUI victim identified -Man arrested stealing 20 scooters -Man hides in trees after cable theft
What happens when TV cameras go away? What happens when something like a massive wildfire is put out and a community's recovery begins? That's what KCRA reporter Vicki Gonzalez set out to discover when she followed four families for an entire year who'd lost everything in the Camp Fire.The Camp Fire is the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history. It broke out on Nov. 8, 2018, virtually wiping out the town of Paradise. 85 people died. 19,000 homes and businesses were destroyed. Survivors told stories that sounded like they were straight out of an action movie. But, there were also remarkable stories of everyday people who found themselves doing extraordinary things to save themselves and others.On this Dying to Ask: I sit down with two of my colleagues whose work led our Camp Fire coverage. First, Brian Hickey and I relive where we were when the first scanner traffic about the fire started. I will never forget Brian's face as he comprehended the magnitude of what first responders were reporting.And then, Vicki Gonzalez tells us the backstory of her one-hour documentary "Return to Paradise." Find out how she chose the four families she followed for a solid year and the affect this project has had on her personally. It's an exceptional look at the devastation and inspiration you'll find in Paradise.
Ask Win is a podcast where you are a VIP. Win wants to focus and teach people more and Cerebral Palsy. You’re welcome to ask questions about anything that you want. CP questions but mainly life questions on how to deal with CP or not. Win can ask you base questions if you want. Please let us know or there will be no base questions. If you have any questions for Win please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please donate to Ask Win by going to https://www.paypal.me/WCharles. Patron Checkout: https://www.patreon.com/join/Askwin?. Simplecast's Brand Ambassador Program: http://refer.smplc.st/rtTvG. Check out Win's books at https://www.amazon.com/Win-Kelly-Charles/e/B009VNJEKE/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1538951782&sr=1-2-ent. To buy Win’s new book, Smile with Dictation, go to https://books2read.com/Win. I, Win: http://books2read.com/Iwin Check out Danielle's books at https://www.amazon.com/Danielle-Coulter/e/B00OFIOY3C/ref=as_li_ss_tl?qid=1483655853&sr=8-2&linkCode=sl2&tag=paradimarket-20&linkId=8490a064c62cededb762ed5b949ed144. On Ask Win today (Tuesday, March 19, 2019), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes Helen Owens. For decades Helen has been a leader in showing women how to crest life rogue waves, become captains of their ships, and commanders of their souls. An award-winning author and accomplished leader, Owens has dedicated the better part of her life to helping women heal. Herself a victim of severe dyslexia, childhood hair loss, and the bullying that often accompanies the experiences of differently-abled people, Owens shows women by example how to harness their personal power to heal their hearts, minds, souls, and spirits. Owens has received several awards for showing women how to emerge strong from tumultuous storms. She is a winner of the distinguished national Shining Star award presented by veteran, internationally-known Posner Cosmetics, an accolade given to women committed to improving their community and uplifting the lives of others. She is a nominee-finalist in Public Service for CityFlight Magazine Top 10 Most Influential African-Americans in the Bay Area. A San Francisco native, Owens is a contributor to 3 books and the first-time author of Finding Our She-Compass: 15 Life Lessons for Women Voyaging Toward Restoration, Reconstruction, and Renewal. Her book received a 2-category Honorable Mention from the San Francisco Book Festival, an award given to less than 5% of entries. Owens has made appearances on local and national TV, including CNBC, KTVU, and KCRA, and has been featured in a host of local and national publications, including PINK Magazine, Salon Today, and the Oakland Tribune. She has also appeared on a number of podcasts as a guest, providing inspirational and motivational words of wisdom to listeners everywhere. Owens is a veteran motivational speaker and tailors her storytelling to her audience” using a perfectly measured combination of grace, humor, comedy, wit, and true compassion, Helen words of wisdom leave us all feeling empowered, confident, and renewed. Interviewees and audiences have reported a true sense of sisterhood when listening to her inspirational talks or appearing as a guest on The She-Compass Show of which she is host and moderator. Helen says that we have the power to rewrite our childhood. My note to my younger self reminds me that despite whats written in our past, our future is always a story we have the power to tell. To learn more about Helen visit shecompass.com.
Deirdre Fitzpatrick wakes up at 2:15 to host the morning news at KCRA in Sacramento. She's covered the last 10 Olympic games and regularly runs 50K races. In this episode, we talk about how she uses structure in her home to keep everyone on schedule, how she finds time with her friends through running, the importance of finding mentors and the three types of professional relationships all women should have, and what podcasting has brought to her work as a news reporter. Check out more at www.melissaduncan.com/podcast.
Listen to the questions that weren't asked in the 1st presidential debate. This Golden State’s Randy Shandobil asks some of California’s best political journalists what their first question would be if they were the moderator of one of the presidential debates. Mark Barabak and John Myers from the LA Times, Debra Saunders of the SF Chronicle, Politico’s Carla Marinucci, the Sacramento Bee’s Dan Morain, Marc Sandalow, political analyst for Hearst Television, Doug Sovern of KCBS Radio, former KCRA political reporter Kevin Riggs, and Hank Plante with the Desert Sun all play hardball.
In this episode, we welcome back a familiar voice, Rod Villagomez, who brings an interview with multimedia professional, San Joaquin Delta College instructor and literacy advocate, Adriana Brogger.Adriana Brogger Adriana Brogger Adriana tells her story of how she came to the United States as a toddler with her mother, only able to speak Spanish. Having spent a lot of time in the library, Adriana loved to read and to learn and would spend hours in the library. Early in her career, she acted in commercials and eventually found herself working as an assignment editor, producer, writer, and reporter for KCRA where she helped tell many positive stories about Stockton.Adriana currently writes for Her Life Magazine and is an adjunct instructor at San Joaquin Delta College where she also serves as the faculty advisor for Delta College News.Adriana is also passionate about literacy and volunteers as an adult literacy tutor through the Stockton San Joaquin County Public Library.To learn more about Adriana, visit her website at adrianabrogger.com.You can also see what's going on at Delta College's Radio and Television Program by going to deltacollegertv.com or check them out on youtube at DCTV on Demand.
Welcome to Podcast Stockton, episode 29, featuring an interview with Susan Spracher, Executive Director of the Library & Literacy Foundation for San Joaquin County. The foundation is gearing up for their 19th annual Trivia Bee on March 12. In this episode:A quick look at the news: Congressman McNerney to Hold Small Business and Economic Development Workshop at Pacific; Congressman McNerney attended Delta College’s Veteran Resource Center “Grand Opening” on Monday, Feb. 22; Port of Stockton, city leaders celebrate news of stimulus money.Podcast Stockton makes our TV news debut. KCRA invited us live in studio last weekend to talk about the show and our thoughts on being named the second most miserable city. In case you missed it live, you can watch it here.Restaurant review of Yen Du at 702 Porter Avenue. Read their Yelp reviews here.Stockton sports update from Lowell Tuckerman.The Stockton Stingrays are looking for volunteers to help out on the field. If you'd like to help the Stingrays by being a catcher, field spotter or second pitcher. Also, if you'd like to experience the NBBA world series in a unique way, consider volunteering to be an umpire or scorekeeper. This year's NBBA World Series is 8/1-8/8 in Rochester, Minnesota. For more information on either volunteer opportunity, call Jennifer at the Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired at (209) 466-3836 or visit their website.What's new on Closetgoodies.com. Susan Spracher Rod's interview with Susan Spracher, Executive Director of the Library & Literacy Foundation for San Joaquin County. The foundation is gearing up for their 19th annual Trivia Bee on March 12 at the Alex G. Spanos center at University of the Pacific. Tickets for the show, and an awesome dinner, are still available. Tickets are $20 in advance and can be purchased by calling 209-937-7196, visiting sjcliteracy.org or going to the Friends of the Stockton Public Library at 1724 West Hammer Lane. We'd love to have our listeners come cheer us on as we compete in the event.Do you watch TV on your computer? We hear from many Facebook friends and received voicemails from Gabriel and Andy.StocktonTweetup #2Rod wants to start a roller hockey league.Listener Fred will be joining our team at the Trivia Bee.Wes's Stockton activities guide. Go to VisitStockton.org to sign up for the weekly events e-mail and follow @Stockton_CA on Twitter and on Facebook. Don't forget to complete the Best of San Joaquin survey.Next week, we're talking about online shopping! Do you shop online? Does Amazon and eBay frighten you? Do the malls frighten you?Until next time, make it great Stockton!- Matt & Rod
11/07/2019 Press Conference concerning the Murder of Deputy Brian Ishmael of El Dorado Sheriffs Federal prosecutors say three men charged in connection with the death of an El Dorado County deputy were in the country illegally. Deputy Brian Ishmael was shot and killed while unknowingly responding to a illegal marijuana grow in the Somerset area. New, additional charges announced Thursday, Federal and County officials state that Deputy Brian Ishmael's Death could have been prevented The penalty for marijuana counts is between 5 and 40 years in prison, with fines of up to $5 million. Both US Attorney Mcgregor Scott and El Dorado County Sheriff John D'Agostini is agreed to have been perfect during the press conference and called it like it is! Subscribe to KCRA on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1kjRAAn To see more of our shows and content visit: http://www.foothill7tv.com/local-broadcast.html Like us: https://www.facebook.com/foothill7tv/ Follow us: https://twitter.com/foothill7tv Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sheriffseldoradocounty/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foothill7tv/
Deirdre Fitzpatrick has been a morning news anchor for over 20 years at KCRA 3 NBC in Sacramento, California. She is an Emmy award winning journalist in reporting, anchoring, and writing, and she has covered the last 10 Olympic Games. Deirdre is married and a mother of two, which she says is far more tiring than any endurance race. At the time of recording, she's run 21 marathons, seven 50k ultra runs, and two Ironmans. How inspirational is that? In This Episode, You Will Learn: How she’s developed a high level of resilience. What Olympic athletes inspire her with their level of resilience. How Deirdre handles being in the public eye at least five days a week. How she cares for herself. Her current read - Where the Crawdads Sing (Delia Owens) Connect with Deirdre Fitzpatrick: Dying to Ask Podcast - iTunes Dying to Ask Podcast - Stitcher Instagram - podcast Instagram - Deirdre Facebook - Deirdre Twitter - Deirdre KCRA 3 Don’t Miss A Single Episode: Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Music. Leave a quick review on any of the podcast apps to tell people what you think about the show. Take a screenshot of the podcast and post it on Instagram or Instagram Stories. Tag us @insporising. We’ll repost and give you a shoutout! Ready to rise? www.insporising.com Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/inspiration-rising/donations