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Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
#242: Voicemail Ketchup

Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 45:08


Table minimums;  Four for the Money craps side bet;  Card craps;  Chances of hitting that video poker royal flush;  Buying in for more than you're willing to lose;  Trip reports:  Las Vegas;  Biloxi;  Oxford Casino;  West Wendover;  Reno;  South Lake Tahoe

The Bay
How Tahoe Protected Itself From the Caldor Fire

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 18:20


The Caldor Fire came very close to burning thousands of homes and businesses in South Lake Tahoe. But in the end, while the wildfire has done a lot of damage, the city was largely spared. That's no accident. South Lake Tahoe was protected from the Caldor Fire thanks to the hard work of firefighters, some favorable wind shifts, and years of forest preparation.  Guest: Danielle Venton, KQED climate reporter This episode was produced by Ericka Cruz Guevarra and Adhiti Bandlamudi, and hosted by Alan Montecillo.

Connect Back In
A Lesson on ”You Are Not Alone, We‘re More Alike Than You Think”

Connect Back In

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 25:13


I spent time last week in South Lake Tahoe with a group of amazing beings who are all apart of my holistic life coach training, and it was truly a week to remember. When you immerse yourself in situations with like minded individuals, it creates a container to be vulnerable and to truly connect with others, reminding me that we're not all that different. In this week's episode, I share the experience of the retreat in more detail, along with all of the incredible learnings I took away with me. It gave me a fresh perspective on my life, and I am still feeling the high vibe effects. My hope is that you feel heard, seen, and recognize the benefit of connecting deeply with others, as well as remembering that we're more alike than we think. We are all connected as one, we are not separate beings going through life alone. Enjoy! To stay in touch, follow me over on Instagram @morgankingrealestate

The Outdoor Biz Podcast
Outdoor Sports Insurance with Tori Hoeschler and Rob Martin from the Horizon Agency. [EP 295]

The Outdoor Biz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 29:43


Today I have a unique show covering a topic many of us don't give enough attention to, insurance. Rob Martin and Tori Hoeschler from the Horizon Agency are well versed on most things happening with Outdoor Sports Insurance and have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the outdoor industry, risk management, and challenges facing outdoor brands and shops across the country. Brought to you this month by Grammarly. Facebook Twitter Instagram   The Outdoor Biz Podcast   Please give us a rating and review HERE   Show Notes   How you were introduced to the outdoors Rob?  I grew up in Boulder, Colorado for the most part, and was skiing at a very early age and camping every weekend. And continued on at the University of Colorado. Then left in the Vail Valley for five years after that. So I'm born and raised in the outdoor industry. Tori, how about you? Yeah, I too would have to give all of the credit to my parents. My Dad, who's actually the founder of our outdoor sports insurance program and a former Olympic skier himself, and a major outdoor enthusiast. He would put me in a Jansport backpack as an infant go skiing with me down the hill. So I would say essentially from the point that I started to show signs of walking, I was in a pair of ski boots. It's kind of one of those things where it's hard to be in my family as well and not be an avid out outdoor enthusiast. Did you have an outdoor job, Tori? Not in the retail space. I would say the closest thing I had to an outdoor job was when I was younger, like high school, I was a nanny for a lot of summers. And then one of the summers, I was nannying in a neighborhood where there were a ton of kids and a ton of other nannies. And we basically joined forces and started what was kind of like a summer camp to entertain all of the kids all at once. We would just do all kinds of things, like go on hikes and go out to the lakes and do events like that. So that I think would probably be the closest thing to my first outdoor type job. Rob, how about you? I guess my first outdoor job really was out of college. I had an environmental management degree and worked for a fisheries biologist and got to run all over Colorado doing studies on the river and, shocking the river to do fish studies and those sorts of things. That job ended with some funding issues but I went up to Vail for the rest of one season and stayed five years, managing mountaineering shops. So that was what led to this career path. Rob, how did you actually get into insurance? So my first insurance gig was, was this gig. I met Tory's father, and she's going to talk about Jake here in a minute. But we were at a wedding in California and got paired up on a golf course and I was looking to do something different. He had started what was then the ski insurance, what was the national ski insurance program in Minneapolis. And I took a chance and came up and started working for him. And that was Twenty-five years ago. Tori? It's kind of funny because I really never had any intention of going into insurance. I have to say, you know, it's not necessarily a typical career path that people are like . . . when I grow up, I want to be an insurance broker. But you know, it is a program that I was effectively raised with if you will. And it's one that my dad started back in the eighties. He actually went to school out in Colorado and then went to law school at the University of Denver. When he completed his education he had a ton of friends from that area and also from his skiing days. And he saw that a lot of his friends went into the business side of the outdoor sports in the retail space also, in the manufacturing space, but mainly in the retail space. He was seeing a lot of these ski shops, just getting totally clobbered with these crazy frivolous lawsuits. So he happened into insurance himself kind of by accident. But then he thought, okay, well I have my insurance license. I have a law of degree and I have all these friends who are at the business end of insane suits. So that's where he got the idea for this outdoor sports program. Then I actually got into the insurance side of things about 15, 16 years ago, where I started out as an underwriter on the carrier side. And they say, once you get into insurance, you rarely get out. What types of insurance do you focus on for outdoor businesses? It's commercial insurance or business insurance. The bread and butter of our program are what we do for retailers and brands, so we are helping the retailers. Obviously, they need affordable insurance, they need the right coverages, but they also have unique exposures to things like rentals and demos and special events. And putting people in outdoor recreation gear comes with its own concerns. We also work very closely with them in regards to providing waivers and risk management training and all those sorts of things. Then on the brand side, it really is more product liability focused. We write all lines of coverage, but understanding the product liabilities is what we need to do there. And obviously, we see all kinds of different outdoor businesses from Outfitters to guides, to special events, kind of anything and everything we like to say. We want to help everybody in the outdoor industry, and that's what we try and do. Tell us about the top three insurance-related issues that many of our businesses are missing these days. This is an excellent question and you kind of hit the nail on the head with what I would say is the number one insurance-related issue that a lot of outdoor sports businesses are still not taking as seriously, or it's just not a line of insurance that they feel like they want to add to their insurance costs any further and that has to do with cyber liability. Currently, you are 10 times more likely to have a cyber event than you are to experience any kind of property damage, like a fire or something like that. And I think a lot of these businesses just kind of think of this in the context of those major hackings that are in the headlines where all these credit card numbers have been taken and that's what the hackers are after. And that's really not the case. What has really become quite a plague I would say in any industry sector, is this cyber extortion. And any type of business, if they use the internet in any way, shape, or form, they are exposed to this. And as I said, cyber liability is just not really a policy that people care to talk about. Cause they all say, well, we don't save anything on our servers. In addition to cyber, I would say on the retail side of things typically that we see outside of our OSI program is an outdoor sport retailer could have their standard property as well as their general liability coverage. But what they don't realize is, especially when it comes to the GL side, they actually are probably not going to be properly covered if they are involved with any kind of rentals or any kind of demos, or special events. Those policies very specifically exclude injuries for the people who happen to partake in those types of events. That's what makes the OSI program so amazing is that all of that insurance, all of that coverage is automatically built-in. That's somewhere there's going to be a major blind spot if you don't have the proper third-party liability coverage. Then with the manufacturers, a lot of times what we see is many of these manufacturers, actually make their products outside of the US, and then they import them in and they don't have the proper international coverage. Any insurance policy is going to say that the coverage territory is on a worldwide basis, but all that means is that the injuries can take place anywhere in the world. But typically if a person is going to try and seek some type of damages, they have to bring the suit back here in our country. And a lot of companies don't realize what a massive gap in insurance that is. There are policies out there that can be properly tailored to the international landscape. We don't see those as often as I think we should. And that's where we certainly can step in and, and help out on that front. An event could be anything from a clinic where all your employees are in the shop in the evening, and a rep's giving training to some kind of a swap meet. So people have these sales in the parking lot, where they sell stuff or it could be some kind of an event outside. What is the range of events on that? We have retailers that are obviously trying to compete with direct-to-consumer and Amazon and the rest of the world. And so they're trying to differentiate themselves in their communities and be that go-to shop. And a lot of times they're doing that, whether it's a demo day or a Mountain Fest or an educational clinic, whatever the case might be. And they can do those things in our program. We just want to work with them to make sure that we've got a proper waiver in place and that everybody that's involved, like if they're maybe partnering with a local brewery and serving beer or whatever the case might be. We've just got to walk them through that and make sure that they can go have a good, fun, safe event. And how do these small outdoor businesses handle the cost side of insurance? Because it can be pretty expensive, right? It's a little bit of a difficult question to answer because so many of the reasons why the costs of insurance are so high these days really have nothing to do with the actions of any one policy holder. Basically, it's what's happening in the overall climate and the overall American market overall. Up until 2005, The United States was averaging, I would say anywhere from six to seven catastrophic events every year. That would be like a hurricane or a wildfire or some kind of insane flood. Between 2005 and 2021 however, that average has now increased to over 20 events a year. And when we say catastrophic events, we're talking about events that cause hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. So the insurance carriers have just been shelling out a ton when it comes to property claims. And then even on the liability side, the cost of healthcare just continues to go up. So that's going to make the cost of a third-party injury suit to be expanded as is the cost of these attorneys. So the way that we try to set our policyholders up for some type of success and to help us to manage their insurance costs, is we tell them to do everything that they can to mitigate their own exposure, you know, stay on top of your game, have the proper waivers, have the proper training for your employees, help us help them to showcase them as excellent managers of their own risk. I'll just add too, we've been at this 35 years now. And our program is big enough now we're really unique and don't have a lot of competition out there from the standpoint of we can absorb some of these bigger claims. Whether it be a seven-figure liability claim or a work comp claim or whatever the case might be based on the volume of premium that we have in this program and the relationships with the carriers that we have. We've been with the same carrier for over 30 years on our retail. And there's kind of safety in numbers in a way that we can stick with a client. even if their number comes up and they have a bad lawsuit or they have a bad property loss, we're not going to cancel them. We're going to stick with them. And it's all viewed across that whole program premium, which really puts us at an advantage. I'm sure there is a handful of future law-related landmines business owners should be aware of, what are some of those? We talked a little bit about the ADA piece, right? The ADA compliance and website accessibility have become this kind of new frontier of petty plaintiff lawsuits. What this involves is where an attorney we would otherwise refer to as the ambulance chasers if you will they will have a day job actually, and so they'll hire somebody who has a visual impairment. And then they'll just tell them to go on to a bunch of different websites, effectively to see if the websites have been set up in such a way where there is the appropriate code that can then talk to the computers of people who have a visual impairment. And if the websites in any way can not accommodate that, then these attorneys just send them a demand letter and say you were out of compliance with the ADA laws and you have caused our client to suffer some type of discrimination. We would like a settlement of like 14 or 15 grand. And in some cases that they just will send a super generic form, it won't even be specific to the shop. And they're just saying, we've been able to ascertain that you're out of compliance. So that's really been a landmine. And the thing is that is actually an exposure that is not a covered exposure by insurance. So that's an area where in addition to having really awesome coverages elsewhere in OSI, we really try to educate all of our policyholders and make them aware of these things. Because even though we don't have a solution for you, we still want you to be aware of this and help you sidestep these other exposures, where the insurance won't be able to pick up the tab if you will. And beyond that, Rick, I think, just in general, on the property side of things, we're all watching what's going on with climate change. Right. Our friends, friends in South Lake Tahoe, dodged a bullet, I think last week. We've got a ton of business in that area, but being able to provide affordable property insurance is going to be the challenge in the future. And then on the liability side, the legal climate out there, we've got these very liberal jurisdictions that are given these jury awards that, you know, were unheard of in the past. And so we've really got to be vigilant to make sure that we've got coverage, and we've got the right adjusters and attorneys defending these claims so that we can continue to provide affordable insurance for these outdoor companies we work with. You do a lot of business with industry groups, like the OIA and the SIA. Tell us a little bit about that. What we do with those groups is really just be a partner for them so that their members have a place to go to, to find proper, affordable insurance. And we've worked with OIA and SIA for decades. Now we work closely with the buying groups, whether it's GOA or SMC and SSL on the ski side, recently we started working with the BRA, which is the board retailers association. We really liked working with those industry groups so they know who we are and how we can benefit their members. And they've been great partners for us for years. Do you work with any nonprofit groups, like the Alaska Wilderness League or anyone like that? We do see non-profits that need insurance. A lot of that, again, is circling back to event-based things, whether they are an outdoor education type company, We've got a reasonably big program for the bike share industry. So most of the cities across the country, we'll set up a nonprofit. They want the liability off the city books and we work with those nonprofits.  So we see a little bit of everything in the for-profit and non-profit world. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the insurance side of the business? What's that career path? It's a great career, but it's a career that takes a long time to build. When you start off, hopefully, you have a good company behind you that trains you properly and gives you the right resources and support that you need. But eventually, you build a book of business and a book of clients. And hopefully, they're all renewing with you every year and like what you're doing for them. And, and it's a great career in that you don't have to go start from scratch every year as a lot of sales jobs. You've got that renewal book behind you, and then you can hopefully write new business every year and continue to grow. But there's a lot of education in licensing and things like that, that go into it. But I would certainly encourage anyone that's interested, you know, there's not a lot of people to do what we're doing in regards to the outdoor space and we could use more. If you were able to hang a huge banner at the entrance of the OR show or The Big Gear show, what would it say? Rob- We're unique and we're best in class as far as the solution for businesses in the outdoor industry. Tori- Have us do what we do best so that all of our insureds can get back to doing everything that they enjoy doing best. Do you guys have any favorite books or books you give as gifts? Rob- I like the business books and Yvon Chouinard's Let my People go Surfing is a book I've given to a few people that need some encouragement, whether it be in the outdoor space or just taking an entrepreneurial attitude towards life. Tori- I tend to like either real fiction stories or the nonfiction space. I like to do things that have a lot of weird stories in them. So a favorite book that I've been giving out is American Kingpin. It's the story of the guy who founded the Dark website called The Silk Road, which was basically like the dark web Amazon for all things illegal. What is your favorite outdoor gear purchase under $100? Tori- Hand Warmers Rob- Headlamp Follow up with Rob and Tori Website: outdoorsportsins.com email: osi@horizonagency.com Call TOLL FREE: 1-800-491-2858 Snippets 07:01 - 07:41 What types of insurance do you focus on for outdoor businesses? [EP 295] 08:19 - 08:41 Tell us about the top three insurance-related issues that many of our businesses are missing these days. [EP 295] 14:40 - 15:07 How do these small outdoor businesses handle the cost side of insurance? Because it can be pretty expensive, right? [EP 295]

KQED's The California Report
Years of Preparation Help Save Some Communities From Caldor Fire

KQED's The California Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 13:45


While the Caldor Fire has destroyed more than a thousand buildings and continues to burn, communities around South Lake Tahoe mostly escaped the fire's destruction -- despite lying square in its path. That's thanks to firefighters, but also years of work preparing the forest. Reporter: Danielle Venton, KQED  Governor Gavin Newsom has signed AB 701. It's a bill that requires warehouse operators to disclose more about the quotas and algorithms they use to squeeze more productivity out of workers, possibly creating more dangerous workplaces. Reporter: Rachael Myrow, KQED After a month and a half-long preliminary hearing, Paul and Ruben Flores will stand trial for crimes related to the disappearance and murder of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student Kristin Smart, who went missing in 1996. Smart was never found and was declared legally dead in 2002.  Reporter: Rachel Showalter, KCBX 

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
Barton Health Provider Reflects On Evacuating Her Home And Hospital During Caldor Fire

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 5:30


Firefighters are continuing to make progress on the Caldor Fire, which is a relief to many in South Lake Tahoe. At the end of August, the community evacuated, including the area's hospital, Barton Health. It took about two weeks before the hospital became fully operational again. It's an already challenging year for health care providers who are grappling with a pandemic. Barton psychiatrist Tracy Protell shares how she managed professionally and as a parent.

Cannabis Talk 101
Beautiful Lake Tahoe Hotel Gets Weed Delivered To Your Door

Cannabis Talk 101

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 39:34


The newly renovated Station House Inn, a vintage vacation paradise in South Lake Tahoe, is offering in-room delivery service of cannabis-infused beverages, topicals, edibles and tinctures to enhance guests' stays. Of course, purchases are limited to those 21 or older with valid photo identification. There is no smoking inside any of the 96 rooms, suites or in the hotel's public spaces. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Rideshare Rodeo Podcast
#75 | David & Goliath: Para Presents A DoorDash Tale

Rideshare Rodeo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 61:25


Uber Lyft Drivers and Gig Economy Workers Weekly News & Interviews:   This week I have David Pickerell, CEO/Founder of Para.   David and I have been working together since March 2020, even if you are familiar with the work we did at Para re: DoorDash Tip Transparency... you most likely don't know the other projects we have done together, this path that led to Para, and were is Para going next?  Luckily, we are going to tell all today! FIRST A LITTLE NEWS: PUA is OVER! Jobs are paying between $15-$20/hour, gonna take some real changes in everyones method of employement and pay models… especially the On-demand App-based gig platforms. Uber's $250million camaign was completely wasted money, now its gone, how will the rideshare giants bring drivers back. Rideshare companies and natural disasters:  why do you get a FREE Uber ride from a Flood Zone right now, but in South Lake Tahoe rideshare Fire Evacuees are not only charging but surging!   Sponsored by Curri (( Drive for Curri )) David Pickerell: David is back Tan, Rested, and Ready! How David and I started working together Autonomy/UberLyftDrivers/Rideshare Rodeo Projects: PUA/UI/PPP calculator Getting gig workers their in depth data Tracking mileage from your trip history Applying to gig based platforms in one submission Para/Rideshare Rodeo Projects: Gig Work Transparency DoorDash Tip Transparency GrubHub mileage Transparency UPCOMING PROJECTS: *you'll have to listen to hear whats coming* Ready... Set... Rodeo!!!!! Curri Links: Curri website Curri Twitter Curri Facebook Curri Instagram Curri LinkedIn Sponsored by Curri (( Drive for Curri ))  

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: DOJ vows to protect abortion access in Texas, will challenge ban

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 6:25


In our news wrap Monday, Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department will "continue to protect those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services" as federal prosecutors try to find ways to challenge Texas' abortion ban. Federal unemployment aid put in place in 2020 to ease COVID's impact expired Labor Day. Caldor Fire evacuees were able to return to South Lake Tahoe. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - World
News Wrap: DOJ vows to protect abortion access in Texas, will challenge ban

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 6:25


In our news wrap Monday, Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department will "continue to protect those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services" as federal prosecutors try to find ways to challenge Texas' abortion ban. Federal unemployment aid put in place in 2020 to ease COVID's impact expired Labor Day. Caldor Fire evacuees were able to return to South Lake Tahoe. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Doctors worry Labor Day travel could fuel another surge; Taliban claim capture of final holdout province; WH pivots to domestic agenda as Biden faces several crises;

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 38:24


Hospitals face tough choices about who gets ICU beds; Fauci predicts three doses of COVID vaccine may be best; Fauci: Moderna booster may come later than Pfizer; Average of new daily cases is up 800% since Memorial Day; Israeli officials to brief FDA on booster shot data next week; Labor Day travel slows from summer highs amid COID surge & CDC warning to the unvaccinated; 1.63M travelers passed through airports on Sunday; Biden White House defends Afghanistan evacuation efforts; Source: U.S. not aware of Americans held hostage by Taliban, as claimed by GOP Rep McCaul on Sunday; Taliban hope to announce new government in “a few days”; Biden approval rating hits new low after Afghanistan withdrawal; WH: Manchin “very persuadable” on $3.5T reconciliation plan; Unemployment benefit expire today for 7 million Americans; Kinzinger: GOP shouldn't win house majority if it embraces conspiracies; Some GOP wary Texas abortion law could cost seats; Attorney General Garland pledges to protect abortion clinics in Texas that may come “under attack”; Big push by Dems in final days before recall vote; Newsom puts focus on union workers one week before recall; 510K+ in Louisiana still without power one+ week after Ida; Hundreds still displaced in Mamaroneck, NY; Caldor fire evacuation orders lifted for South Lake Tahoe, but new CA fires ignite; Droughts & fires threaten California's sequoia trees; Police identify ex-marine as gunman in rampage that leaves 4 dead; ex-marine charged with killing 4, including mom holding infant son; Sherriff: ex-marine had no known connection to victims of rampage; Sherriff: suspect's girlfriend says he suffers from PTSD; To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Gary and Shannon
(09/06) GAS Hour 2

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 32:48


Steve Gregory has the latest on refugee Afghans heading to California. The latest on the Caldor Fire burning in South Lake Tahoe. Comedian Fuquan Johnson and two others are found dead in Venice after an overdose on cocaine laced with fentanyl. An update on the family that died from toxic algae while hiking in along the Merced River in Northern California.

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
Last hold out in Afghanistan, Panjshir, falls to Taliban; Extended unemployment benefits for 9 million people expire; 22,000 South Lake Tahoe residents allowed to return home, but officials warn Caldor fire at risk of spreading

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 59:58


Bill Handel on Demand
Wayne On The News [EARLY EDITION]

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 28:22


Wayne Resnick fills in for Bill Handel and is joined by Jennifer Jones Lee to provide updates on news topics that include: The United States Navy has identified 5 sailors killed in a helicopter crash near San Diego, evacuation orders in South Lake Tahoe have been lifted for thousands of residents as the threat of the Caldor Fire lessens, and Dr. Fauci says the U.S. plans to start COVID-19 vaccine boosters on September 20th.

KGET 17 News
17 News @ Sunrise 9/6/21

KGET 17 News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 11:58


-Bakersfield Police were able to make quick arrests following a shooting this weekend-Hundreds have been ordered to evacuate after yet another wildfire broke out over the weekend-Tens of thousands of evacuees are returning home to South Lake Tahoe, as crews continue to make progress against the Caldor Fire

Gary and Shannon
(09/03) GAS Hour 2

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 32:19


Residents trying to leave South Lake Tahoe because of the Caldor Fire are facing price gouging from ride share companies. An update on the recall election. LA County settles $400,000 with Grace Community Church, who defied coronavirus orders during the pandemic.

IndyMatters
Caldor Fire, NSHE Chancellor, and weddings coming back in Vegas

IndyMatters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 31:05


This week, Reporter Daniel Rothberg and Host Joey Lovato talk about the still raging Caldor Fire, which has forced mass evacuations in South Lake Tahoe. After that, Reporter and Cohost Jacob Solis sits down with Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Chancellor Melody Rose to talk about vaccine mandates for students and possible mandates for … Continue reading "Caldor Fire, NSHE Chancellor, and weddings coming back in Vegas"

IndyMatters
Caldor Fire, NSHE Chancellor, and weddings coming back in Vegas

IndyMatters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 31:05


This week, Reporter Daniel Rothberg and Host Joey Lovato talk about the still raging Caldor Fire, which has forced mass evacuations in South Lake Tahoe. After that, Reporter and Cohost Jacob Solis sits down with Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Chancellor Melody Rose to talk about vaccine mandates for students and possible mandates for … Continue reading "Caldor Fire, NSHE Chancellor, and weddings coming back in Vegas"

KQED’s Forum
What Is It Like To Evacuate from a Megafire and What Happens After the Fire?

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 53:31


Packing an emergency go bag is advice every Californian is familiar with. But what happens when you actually have to evacuate? Residents of cities and towns across California have been learning these hard lessons as the state grapples with numerous wildfires. This year alone, as many as 60,000 people have had to evacuate due to wildfires that to date have burned 1.9 million acres around the state. This hour of Forum, we talk to residents of South Lake Tahoe who have evacuated as the Caldor fire inches towards their homes. Well also talk to survivors of megafires to find out what happens once the fire is out.

The LA Report
The A.M. Edition: COVID cases dip; Caldor Fire; LAX holiday traffic; SAG/AFTRA's new president; Hollywood productions return

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 4:31


Here's your morning news: Fewer people testing positive for COVID in L.A. County; Calmer winds a welcome sight for South Lake Tahoe firefighters; LAX officials expect double the passenger traffic as last year; SAG/AFTRA chooses Fran Drescher as its new president; Hollywood productions back in full swing. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav

The Climate Pod
Covering Extreme Weather and Climate Disasters (w/ CBS News' Jeff Berardelli)

The Climate Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 34:24


Hurricane Ida was a Category 4 hurricane, first causing massive damage to Louisiana as it made landfall and later flooding New York City and other areas across the eastern half of the United States. At the same time, the Caldor Fire and Dixie Fire are burning across South Lake Tahoe and the Sierras. Why are we experiencing more extreme weather disasters? CBS News Meteorologist and Climate Specialist Jeff Berardelli explains how a warming planet has made hurricanes, wildfires, droughts, and floods so much worse. He also explains the importance and potential collapse of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, also known as AMOC or the Gulf Stream. Jeff Berardelli has been a broadcast meteorologist for more than 25 years. He is currently the CBS News Meteorologist and Climate Specialist, reporting on extreme weather and the climate crisis across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms. Follow Jeff on Twitter: @WeatherProf Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at theclimatepod@gmail.com. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group. Check out our updated website!

The Climate Pod
Covering Extreme Weather And Climate Disasters (w/ CBS News' Jeff Berardelli)

The Climate Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 38:02


Hurricane Ida was a Category 4 hurricane, first causing massive damage to Louisiana as it made landfall and later flooding New York City and other areas across the eastern half of the United States. At the same time, the Caldor Fire and Dixie Fire are burning across South Lake Tahoe and the Sierras. Why are we experiencing more extreme weather disasters? CBS News Meteorologist and Climate Specialist Jeff Berardelli explains how a warming planet has made hurricanes, wildfires, droughts, and floods so much worse. He also explains the importance and potential collapse of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, also known as AMOC or the Gulf Stream. Jeff Berardelli has been a broadcast meteorologist for more than 25 years. He is currently the CBS News Meteorologist and Climate Specialist, reporting on extreme weather and the climate crisis across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms. Follow Jeff on Twitter: @WeatherProf Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at theclimatepod@gmail.com. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group. Check out our updated website!

Climate Cast
How climate change is strengthening fires, hurricanes and 'weather on steroids'

Climate Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 4:44


This week, the Caldor Fire has threatened South Lake Tahoe. Hurricane Ida wrecked the power grid around New Orleans, then flooded New York and the Northeast. And 2021 just broke the record for the hottest meteorological summer ever in the Twin Cities, Duluth and Brainerd. How is climate change linked to these three separate extreme weather events? John Abraham, a professor of thermal sciences at the University of St. Thomas, sat down with MPR chief meteorologist and Climate Cast host Paul Huttner to make the connections. Abraham explained that rising ocean temperatures are making hurricanes stronger. Abraham also said that climate change is drying out the western part of the U.S., and this dryness in combination with greater heat is making wildfires in the region more damaging and frequent. And in the middle part of the country, Abraham described a new climate pattern of “weather on steroids,” as rain comes in heavy downbursts interspersed with dry, warm periods. To hear more, click play on the audio player above or subscribe to the Climate Cast podcast.

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Can US invest in better infrastructure to protect against fires and floods?

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 50:06


The Caldor Fire has burned more than 200,00 acres in the Sierra Nevada mountains, and 53,000 residents of South Lake Tahoe have evacuated. Hurricane Ida in Louisiana is leaving residents without electricity for weeks. “What we're realizing with every passing day is how expensive it is to not act on the climate crisis,” says Leah Stokes, energy policy researcher at UC Santa Barbara. “Look at what's happening with entire towns burning down across the West Coast. Look what's happening with these hurricanes wiping out power lines for weeks on end.” She adds, “And when we think about something like the infrastructure bill in Congress, it's really an investment in stability. We have to be acting on climate change in order to be saving money at the end of the day.” Press Play also looks at the strict Texas abortion law that the Supreme Court allowed to stand, the massive role of women in the history of surfing, and the U.S. government's investigation into broken McFlurry machines at McDonald's.

The LA Report
The A.M. Edition: Latest on California wildfires; Lawsuit accuses Beverly Hills PD of racial discrimination; L.A. revises COVID rules for youth sports

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 4:17


Here's your morning news: South Lake Tahoe nearly deserted due to fires; Chaparral Fire at 80% containment; A federal civil rights lawsuit accuses the Beverly Hills PD of racial discrimination; L.A. County revises COVID rules for youth sports Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav

KOIN PODCAST NETWORK
The Daily 6: 9/2/2021

KOIN PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 3:47


Remnants of Ida hammer Northeast, racing to save South Lake Tahoe, and COVID testing for Oregon school students 

The ModernJeeper Show
Ep. 131 - The Invasion, Upcoming Adventures, Fordite and why JJUSA needs to Get A Grip

The ModernJeeper Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 69:54


Hello ModernJeepers, welcome to Episode 131 of The ModernJeeper Show, the show about Jeeps, Jeeping and Jeepers. The Rubicon is closed, the Caldor fire is on it's way to South Lake Tahoe, MetalCloak world headquarters and the entire valley is layered in ash, while on the other side of the country there are hurricanes, flooding and so much more. Oh my. Despite it all, Corey and Jessy (who just arrived back at the Colorado Compound after an incredibly successful Smoky Mountain Jeep Invasion) join Matson for another random drive through the world of Jeeping.  They talk about Jessy's new family addition, a recap of the Invasion, why the leadership of JJUSA needs to get a grip, why every club event ever done might have violated JJUSA intellectual property, why you need to join us for the San Juans of Colorado Modern Jeeper Adventure, why the Death Valley Adventure in November is new for all of us, and how Skillz Day registration just blew up. Then I share something called Fordite.   BTW, if you are wondering “what the F are these guys doing” you can see us in our full glory at YouTube.com/modernjeeper As always we are extremely grateful to our supporters and friends including Warn Winches, Raceline Wheels, Bestop, Milestar Tires, Rugged Radios, Adventure Rack Systems, and, of course, MetalCloak. So, sit back, relax with a cold one, and enjoy Episode 131 of The ModernJeeper Show… Show Notes: ModernJeeper Adventures Skillzday Torquemasters Pigeon Forge Smokey Mountain Jeep Invasion Rubicon Trail Zoom.earth Evo Rough Country Patriotbilt 4Low Magazine Poison Spyder Death Valley JJUSA Salem Jeepers 4X4 Land Fordite Kansas Rocks Campfire Questions Conversations With Big Rich Podcast

NBC Nightly News
Nightly News Full Broadcast (September 1st)

NBC Nightly News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 19:01


Ida unleashes tornadoes and flooding in Maryland as the storm hammers the East Coast, inside the race to restore power in Louisiana, and crews brace for Caldor Fire a few miles from South Lake Tahoe.

Gary and Shannon
(09/01) GAS Hour 2

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 33:29


An update on the Caldor Fire as it forces residents in South Lake Tahoe. San Francisco will pay people not to shoot each other. Terror in the Skies.

KQED’s Forum
Caldor Fire Intensifies, Residents Evacuate South Lake Tahoe Area

KQED’s Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 31:11


The South Lake Tahoe area remains under evacuation orders while the Caldor Fire continues to spread. At least 191,607 acres had burned as of Tuesday morning, according to Cal Fire. One of the major issues firefighting efforts have to contend with are spot fires. According to Scott Stephens, professor of fire science at UC Berkeley, almost 90% of the fire's embers have a chance of sparking a new fire because of current drought conditions and ongoing winds. Stephens and KQED climate reporter Ezra David Romero join us for the latest news and analysis on the Caldor Fire.

YosemiteLand
TahoeLand: TahoeLand Update: Caldor Fire Threatens Tahoe

YosemiteLand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021


Two years after making TahoeLand, host Ezra David Romero finds himself reporting on a major wildfire threatening the beloved region. He talks on KQED’s The Bay podcast about reporting on the Caldor Fire. The blaze recently traveled from the western Sierra, over Echo Summit toward South Lake Tahoe, which is now under mandatory evacuation. Ezra reflects with Host Ericka Cruz Guevarra on making TahoeLand two years ago and how climate change is transforming the area today.

The LA Report
The A.M. Edition: Caldor Fire forces over 53,000 evacuations from South Lake Tahoe area; Long Beach Unified schools reopen; Glendale schools to require staff vaccinations; Cracking down on protesting at people's home

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 4:21


Here's your morning news: More than 53,000 evacuated from South Lake Tahoe ahead of Caldor Fire; Long Beach Unified returns to school this week; Glendale Unified to require vaccinations for staff; L.A. City Council seeks to crack down on protests in front of people's homes. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav

KGET 17 News
17 News @ Sunrise 9/1/2021

KGET 17 News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 19:33


-Bakersfield City Council members will once again take up our city's homelessness crisis-The fire fight is far from over in South Lake Tahoe as the Caldor Fire burns out of control-Violence was on the rise during the month of August in Kern County

The Bay
What's at Stake as the Caldor Fire Threatens Lake Tahoe

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 18:15


The Caldor Fire continues to burn, and tens of thousands of people have evacuated areas around Lake Tahoe, including the 22,000 residents of the city of South Lake Tahoe. The fire is threatening homes, livelihoods, and a place that so many in California know and love. Guest: Ezra David Romero, climate reporter for KQED Episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/3mQugiP This episode was produced by Alan Montecillo and Christopher Beale, and hosted by Ericka Cruz Guevarra. Listen and subscribe to the TahoeLand podcast from Capital Public Radio here.

Fifth & Mission
"I Can't Imagine Living Anywhere Else": Tahoe Evacuees Speak

Fifth & Mission

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 18:14


A day after an unprecedented citywide evacuation in South Lake Tahoe due to the Caldor Fire, host Cecilia Lei checks in with evacuees who share what it's been like to leave their houses behind, what the Tahoe community means to them and how they're coping with the uncertainty they face in the days ahead. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Chronicle Fire Map & Tracker: sfchronicle.com/firemap Chronicle wildfires coverage: sfchronicle.com/wildfires Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The News with Shepard Smith
Hurricane Ida Aftermath, Panetta on Afghanistan, Taliban Threat

The News with Shepard Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 50:18


CNBC's Valerie Castro is live in Louisiana and delivers the latest on the destruction, flooding, and power outages in the destructive wake of Hurricane Ida. Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta reacts to President Biden's speech and gives his insights on the new role of the C.I.A. in Afghanistan. NBC's Steve Patterson reports live from South Lake Tahoe with the latest on the devastating Caldor fire. Author of “World's Most Dangerous Places” Robert Pelton discusses the Taliban and reacts to the group says they want a good relationship with the U.S. Plus, Matt Zeller discusses “Operation Dunkirk” and the massive undertaking of getting Americans and allies out of Afghanistan.

KNX In Depth
KNX In Depth: President Biden ends the Afghanistan war with an address to the nation--Did state lawmakers shelve a vaccine mandate bill because of the recall?--Mike Richards fired from Jeopardy

KNX In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 46:44


President Biden wraps up the 20-year-long war in Afghanistan with an address to the nation. All U.S. troops are gone, as is almost every American citizen, leaving a country that was invaded in response to the September 11th attacks. Was it all worth it? A CDC advisory panel pumps the brakes on booster shots for all Americans. If you wanted one, are you going to have to wait? LA County revises its COVID rules for high school and youth sports. A bill in Sacramento calling for statewide vaccine mandates has been shelved. Is the recall one reason? The Caldor Fire is still approaching South Lake Tahoe. Firefighters have been going up and down ski lifts to survey the scene. And Mike Richards now out as the host and the executive producer for Jeopardy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Preventing wildfires, predicting war, and treating COVID

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 50:08


As the Caldor Fire threatens thousands of homes and businesses in South Lake Tahoe, the new documentary called “Bring Your Own Brigade” looks at the Woolsey Fire in Malibu and Camp Fire in Paradise — and how to prevent similar ones. Now that the U.S. has withdrawn from Afghanistan after two decades of war there, what will U.S. combat look like going forward? When it comes to COVID, a drug meant for OCD looks promising in treating coronavirus, and we look at how long-haul patients are faring after being vaccinated. Finally, China is strictly limiting how much time kids spend playing video games. 

The JV Show Podcast
Should Guests That No-Show a Wedding Have to Pay?

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 101:37


On today's 8-31-21 Tuesday show: There was another possible gas leak in our building, Wendys is upgrading their fries, Beyonce wore a blood diamond, Kanye wanted to bring Trump out on stage at his last listening party, South Lake Tahoe had to be fully evacuated, Jake Paul hints that he might be retiring from boxing, and another Giants player tests positive!

The Chip Franklin Show
August 30, 2021: Chip Franklin - Evacuating South Lake Tahoe

The Chip Franklin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 15:06


Why is only one lane used for the mass exit of thousands? Chip has the info on that and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Chip Franklin Show
August 30, 2021: Chip Franklin - The Caldor Fire

The Chip Franklin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 11:16


ABC News Correspondent Alex Stone sums up the factors contributing to this huge fire as it nears South Lake Tahoe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
Humanity can’t get a win

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 18:48


It’s been a somber news day. Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. This time, the city’s $14.5 billion system of levees seemed to have held up, but the storm knocked out power for 1 million people. We’ll talk about what this extreme weather tells us about climate adaptation. Plus, it’s the end of an era in Afghanistan as the last American troops pull out of Kabul and we’ll share a few stories you might’ve missed over the weekend. Finally, an Al Roker clap back you didn’t know you needed. Here’s everything we talked about today: “Afghanistan Live Updates: The United States Occupation Is Over” from The New York Times  “Ida weakens to tropical storm after knocking out power to New Orleans” from NBC News “EU Recommends Halting Nonessential Travel From the U.S. Over Covid-19”  from The Wall Street Journal “Mandatory evacuations in South Lake Tahoe as winds bring extreme fire danger“ from The Los Angeles Times “China Limits Online Videogames to Three Hours a Week for Young People” from The Wall Street Journal “Record-Breaking 44 Container Ships Stuck Off California Coast” from Business Insider “Ohio judge orders hospital to treat COVID patient with Ivermectin despite CDC warnings” from USA Today “Is a Mass Psychosis the Greatest Threat to Humanity?”  from Academy of Ideas  “A Jeopardy! Board for Determining Who Should Be the Next Host of Jeopardy!” from McSweeney’s Twitter convo on the new Bob Ross documentary Al Roker’s clap back at critics Our show needs your voice! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for our hosts to answer! Send a voice memo or give us a call at 508-82-SMART (508-827-6278).

Marketplace All-in-One
Humanity can’t get a win

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 18:48


It’s been a somber news day. Hurricane Ida hit New Orleans on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. This time, the city’s $14.5 billion system of levees seemed to have held up, but the storm knocked out power for 1 million people. We’ll talk about what this extreme weather tells us about climate adaptation. Plus, it’s the end of an era in Afghanistan as the last American troops pull out of Kabul and we’ll share a few stories you might’ve missed over the weekend. Finally, an Al Roker clap back you didn’t know you needed. Here’s everything we talked about today: “Afghanistan Live Updates: The United States Occupation Is Over” from The New York Times  “Ida weakens to tropical storm after knocking out power to New Orleans” from NBC News “EU Recommends Halting Nonessential Travel From the U.S. Over Covid-19”  from The Wall Street Journal “Mandatory evacuations in South Lake Tahoe as winds bring extreme fire danger“ from The Los Angeles Times “China Limits Online Videogames to Three Hours a Week for Young People” from The Wall Street Journal “Record-Breaking 44 Container Ships Stuck Off California Coast” from Business Insider “Ohio judge orders hospital to treat COVID patient with Ivermectin despite CDC warnings” from USA Today “Is a Mass Psychosis the Greatest Threat to Humanity?”  from Academy of Ideas  “A Jeopardy! Board for Determining Who Should Be the Next Host of Jeopardy!” from McSweeney’s Twitter convo on the new Bob Ross documentary Al Roker’s clap back at critics Read the transcript here. Our show needs your voice! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for our hosts to answer! Send a voice memo or give us a call at 508-82-SMART (508-827-6278).

The Karel Cast
Karel Cast Mon Aug 30 What would you take?

The Karel Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 29:31


Karel Cast Mon Aug 30 What would you take? This weekend millions had to evacuate all told; Afghanistan, Louisiana, South Lake Tahoe. What would you take if your life came down to what you could grab or carry? Plus, what a weekend. The Dorians aired to rave reviews. You can watch at here.tv for free. And Karel calls out a few companies for being all lip service when it comes to LGBTQ support. Plus, Covid, Recall, it's not the end of the world, it just feels like it. Listen wherever you get your podcasts, and subscribe at YouTube.com/reallykarel @ReallyKarel is all social media and website reallykarel.com the show is supported through Patreon.com/karel https://youtu.be/CFrIaSYvDHQ

The Karel Cast
Karel Cast Mon Aug 30 What would you take?

The Karel Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 29:47


Karel Cast Mon Aug 30 What would you take? This weekend millions had to evacuate all told; Afghanistan, Louisiana, South Lake Tahoe. What would you take if your life came down to what you could grab or carry? Plus, what a weekend. The Dorians aired to rave reviews. You can watch at here.tv for free. And Karel calls out a few companies for being all lip service when it comes to LGBTQ support. Plus, Covid, Recall, it's not the end of the world, it just feels like it. Listen wherever you get your podcasts, and subscribe at YouTube.com/reallykarel @ReallyKarel is all social media and website reallykarel.com the show is supported through Patreon.com/karel

PBS NewsHour - Segments
News Wrap: U.S. Education Department investigating mask mandate bans in 5 GOP-led states

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 4:35


In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. Department of Education announced it is investigating five Republican-led states that have banned universal indoor masking. The European Union has advised its member nations to reinstate travel restrictions for American tourists. The entire city of South Lake Tahoe is now under an evacuation order due to the threat from the Caldor Fire. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Gary and Shannon
(08/30) GAS Hour 2

Gary and Shannon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 32:36


The Caldor Fire forces residents of South Lake Tahoe to evacuate. Steve Gregory has a recap of LA County Sheriff, Alex Villanueva, hosting a two hour show on KFI over the weekend.

BLISTER Podcast
Mountain Town Economics, Pt 3: Developing Housing, Addressing Climate Change, & Mitigating Megafires

BLISTER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 88:57


As of this morning, massive fires are drawing closer and closer to South Lake Tahoe. So while we have been talking about the crisis of affordable housing, we are also dealing with a crisis of megafires. And our guest today, Scott Ehlert, is here to make clear how these two crises are related, and what solutions are available to mitigate both.We discuss the sordid history of development, regulations, and building codes; how community planning can be used as a roadblock to meaningful action; how car culture can make affordable housing impossible; why we need to change forest management practices to mitigate megafires; and more.TOPICS & TIMES:Scott's work & the mission of Fabric Workshop (4:15)Scott's background in development & manufacturing (8:23)How community planning can become an excuse for inaction (14:10)Developing to actually solve affordable housing (27:27)What's the #1 thing to be done? (29:12)The sordid history of development, regulations, & building codes (39:38)Car culture: build parking spaces *or* build affordable housing (55:27)Megafires & changing forest management practices (1:09:18)Reasons to be Hopeful — if we act now (1:17:59)RELATED LINKSMountain Town Economics, Pt 2: Housing, Community, & Core Values Mountain Town Economics, Pt 1: Affordable Housing, Short-Term Rentals, & More Scott's company: Fabric WorkshopWhy Housing Policy is Climate PolicyBuild Garages or Build Affordable HousingThe Fight to Solve America's Affordability CrisisWhat is Cross Laminated Timber?Become a Blister Member See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
August 30th, 2021 6am Alice News Network

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 19:50


 Evacuation warnings extended to South Lake Tahoe due to the Caldor Fire, Hurricane Ida slams Louisiana as an "extremely dangerous" storm and leaves New Orleans with no power and a lot of damage, and some fast facts!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Real Crime Profile
Victim F Part 8 - Sergeant Misty Carausu

Real Crime Profile

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 42:53


We interview former Sergeant Misty Carausu of the Dublin Police Department, who became instrumental in connecting the dots in Denise and Aaron's case. While investigating a home robbery, assault and attempted kidnapping of a family in Dublin, California (40 miles away from Vallejo) , Sergeant Carausu became concerned that the suspect they had in custody for that crime might have committed other home invasions. One seemingly small clue that she noticed — a strand of blonde hair stuck to a pair of blacked out goggles — led her on a dogged search for more victims. Misty talks about searching the offender's home in South Lake Tahoe and paraphernalia that she found which led her to ask more questions about other potentially linked crimes. The clip used in this episode can be viewed in its entirety here:https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/news/story/survivors-called-girl-case-reflect-life-changing-experience-77964075LINK TO VICTIM F BOOKhttps://amzn.to/3fPBbo2We are so thankful for our sponsors. Please do take a look at what special offers they have for our listeners.IMPERFECT FOODS - Did you know, in 2019, 35% of the food supply went unsold or uneaten in the US? Imperfect Foods is working to turn this around by sourcing foods that would otherwise fall through the cracks of our food system. Unlike on-demand delivery companies, Imperfect delivers by neighborhood, a unique model that produces 25–75% fewer emissions than individual trips to the grocery store. All you have to do is sign up, personalize your weekly order, and then shop online each week and get sustainable groceries that help you invest in a better food system -- all delivered to your front door. Right now, Imperfect Foods is offering our listeners 20% off your first 4 orders when you go to www.imperfectfoods.com and make sure to use promo code REALCRIME KEY BY AMAZON - Amazon Key - With Amazon Key In-Garage Delivery, drivers deliver Amazon packages and groceries straight to your garage, and you can get them whenever you're ready. Convenient and easy to use. Your packages are safe inside your garage for ultimate peace of mind. You don't have to share your garage code. Drivers scan your Amazon package, Key verifies the delivery, and that the driver is at the right address, and that grants one-time access to open the garage door. They just leave the package in your preferred location and close it - the process is really quick.You'll get a $40 Amazon credit with your first In-Garage Delivery.Amazon Key In-Garage Delivery is Free for Prime members. Visit www.amazon.com/amazonkey to learn more. That's www.amazon.com/amazonkey.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++SUPPORT OUR OTHER SHOWS! CRIME ANALYST - Across The Forgotten Victim series, Laura Richards analyses and deconstructs the murders and attacks on lone women committed by Peter Sutcliffe (known as PS throughout the series) in the north east of England in the 1960s and 1970s. Laura believes this is one of the most misunderstood cases of our time. Join Laura each week in the intelligence cell as she behaviourally breaks down each attack and highlights which cases she believes to be linked, why PS did what he did and how he was allowed to get away with it for so long. www.crime-analyst.com THE FIRST WIFE: John Meehan's Reign of Terror. Check out Laura's new podcast about Tania Bales who was married to John Meehan long before the world came to know him as “Dirty John”. Go to: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-First-Wife-John-Meehans-Reign-of-Terror-Podcast/B099BYMH4G?fbclid=IwAR3t0WekDIM3PQ5Cq4GRIVDmZ-q0gr2JpUufE-JhNnE9JRV1S483vWXfK04KILLER CASTING PODCAST - Coming up, Lisa dives into the exquisite little gem of a movie “CODA” starring Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsur, Emilia Jones, Daniel Durant and Eugenio Derbez. It is a MUST SEE film. The impeccable and IMPORTANT casting of actors who are deaf, the story and the music will give you all the feels. Lisa is joined by Antoinette Abbamonte, an actress who herself is deaf, to analyze what makes CODA such an inspiring project. Tune into https://www.killercastingpod.com/podcast or SUBSCRIBE to wherever you listen to your podcasts including Apple Podcasts, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/killer-casting/id1537283659Spotify and Stitcher. AMERICA'S MOST WANTED - America's Most Wanted is BACK, with Elizabeth Vargas hosting and Jim Clemente as an Executive Producer. You can stream it right now on Fox. . https://www.fox.com/americas-most-wanted/BEST CASE WORST CASEBe sure and check out Jim's podcast Best Case/Worst Case that he does along with former Federal Prosecutor Francey Hakes. Join them as they go behind police lines with unparalleled access to law enforcement officers, looking back at their most memorable cases – for better or for worse. Subscribe now!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/best-case-worst-case/id1240002929See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.