Plus much more. We run through a series of other happenings across the state.
Loading Downlo. We close by talking about the California Drought. City of Oakland had another homicide, rough weekend in San Jose with sideshows and other activities across the state. San Francisco possibly to implement "congestion pricing' while at the same time seek to build more housing that will create more congestion.
City of Richmond looking at allowing undocumented residents to vote. We question if she was given a gratuity for a lower charge. San Francisco first to require proof of vaccine, Brentwood school district contract tracing says virus not spreading at schools, City of Antioch has more shootings as Antioch Police arrest two. Contra Costa County and most of the Bay Area back under an indoor mask mandate. Copyright All rights reserved.
Lake Tahoe's incline village aims to raise parking prices to keep visitors out. Bay Area Rapid Transit set to return to normal levels, ammunition shortage.
California Law Enforcement continue to be under attack, Proof of Vaccine continues to be implemented across the state. Quid pro quo : a favor or advantage granted or expected in return for something.
On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we discuss how asinine it is that people are praising Olympian Simone Biles who quit on her team and country. On this episode of WTF California podcast, we discuss the City of Antioch where Mayor Lamar Thorpe claims the businesses are the problem at Sycamore Square and he will announce his plan later Monday including declaring a public nuisance.
Governor Gavin Newsom s bill banning police from posting mugshots of low level crimes on social media. Plus more as there was a lot to cover Tuesday. But you know who is not, Solano County who had a health official nail down the reasoning. Latest report shows there are more jobs available than those applying.
Rental property registration program
We get into how Insurance Commissioner had similar issue, returned the money, took the punishment and is now better. Again, more money to homeless as we discuss state spending and plan by Sacramento Mayor Steinburg. We praise Danville Bowling Alley for allowing patrons to decide on whether or not to wear masks. Gavin Newsom. We then talk about mask mandates and how the yo-yo of the CDC continues.
Lots of violence over the weekend and some Olympic ratings talk.
Santa Clara County Sheriff rejects reation calls, we touch why cops being shot at is rarely covered by if a cops shoots someone they are all over the news. We then go down the rabbit hole of Governor Gavin Newsom inviting the homeless to California while getting into a rant over how City of Antioch has failed the city and is now giving away its homeless trailers. Governor Gavin Newsom announces vaccine requirement for teachers and staff. Share RSS. August 2, Get this podcast on your phone! Meanwhile in the City of Oakland, community leaders demanding Governor Gavin Newsom declare state of emergency over violent crime as they want more police.
Just a week after two other councilmembers introduced their own plans. Parent assaults teacher over mask coverings plus other items around the state. Governor Gavin Newsom aims for strongest vaccine verification requirement. We then get into this recall lawsuit aimed to stop the recall against Gavin Newsom.
We talk about homelessness, Ab in paying doctors to give street medicine to homeless and tidbits of other things around the state. EDD can't freeze unemployment after lawsuit and more. Plus more. We wonder since this is only off one phone, what else could be out there? We then talk about the game of telephone and how if its not your story to tell, don't tell it.
Hemet police department
We also get into the City of Oakley and its firework fines plus some other things on this Finally Friday episode. A Laguna Beach councilman was censured for releasing data and wonder why won't the Antioch City Council censure its clerk for something similar. Meanwhile, a slum lord and dead-beat attorney make the news and we discuss Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer and the drama with Kevin Durant and Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors is finally revealed as to why the team broke-up.
Speed the episode on your phone Download Free Podcast App. Play this podcast on Podbean App. State issues new fishing guidelines and more. Note - per Friday's show, be sure dating get your public comments into to the Antioch City Council for the closed session Hemet regarding police promotions. On this episode of the WTF California Podcast, we touch on how Antioch Police Department is now free to interact with the black without fear of retaliation under false narratives--body cameras have now changed the game from what we have observed in just a few days.
Finally, we touch on recall where democrats are worried for Governor Gavin Newsom and it appears media is beginning to push Kevin Paffrath as a fall back as Plan B. On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we talk about how former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger calls people who don't wear masks schmucks and "screw your freedom". Welcome to San Francisco as a woman is caught on video with an AK47 while leaning out of a vehicle.
New Polling suggest California Governor Gavin Newsom is within margin of error and could be recalled. Today on WTF California Podcast, we highlight how humans will get schools shut down again because parents fail to keep their sick kids home from school.
We raise awareness on issues from crime to politics where the State truly makes you go WTF California. On this episode of the WTF California Podcast, we discuss how ahead of a coroners inquest, a lawsuit against the Antioch Police Department in the Angelo Quinto Death was announced--meanwhile, the media continues to report the story wrong. On this episode of WTF California Podcast, we call on a surge for Antioch residents to get into their public comments in to a closed session Antioch City Council meeting offering support to the Antioch Police Department as the council is set to possibly block police promotions--if this happens, massive lawsuits would hit.
LA City Council votes ban on homeless encampments. Vallejo Police make 6 arrests in sideshow. University of California system raises tuition. Antioch got a nice homeless fire Tuesday morning.
We provide some commentary on the recall with some updates along with the effect wildfires are having on the recall. City of Oakland now at 78 homicides for the year. Kenny explains why Antioch should first focus on its own properties before attacking businesses.
Antioch Police Department now is wearing body cameras after city council approved its policy. We talk about a group in Placerville attempting to recall nearly its entire city council. We praise a judge who increased bail on a burglary defendant and openly was critical of Prop 47 as well as catch and release.