Should Producer Chris confront his neighbor about Poinsettia?
Petty Producer Chris is back however he actually might be in the right for what he wants to do. What do you think he should?
Today starting right now until 11am iHeartRadio has teamed up with the San Diego Food Bank for their Day to Donate drive through food drive presented by La Jolla Cosmetic. All our stations will be at the Vons on Murphy Canyon in Kearny Mesa. Swing by and donate a $5 hunger bag for a family in need and those impacted by covid. Place the donations in your trunk, then simply open your trunk while in the drive thru and a volunteer will get the food donations from your trunk. You can also donate at the checkout at every San Diego County Albertsons and vons. More details at sandiegofoodbank.org
Most of Southern California is now under a Red Flag Warning and our Red Flag Warning here in San Diego goes into effect at 6 p.m. tonight and will last through 10 p.m. Saturday with the most critical fire-weather conditions expected to last from tonight through Friday morning. Nearly 89 thousand SDG&E customers are facing potential power shutoff that could last days. SDG&E told customers last night that public safety power shutoffs could happen as early as tonight or tomorrow morning and outages could last through Monday because of the upcoming Red Flag Warning and Santa Ana winds. SDG&E is posting hourly updates on their website.
The San Diego Unified School District will continue distance learning for most of its students through early 2021due to the surge of coronavirus infections. District officials made the announcement yesterday saying it’s currently “unsafe” to advance with Phase 2 of its reopening plan. They will release a new timeline on Jan 13th. Meanwhile, we are now supposed to hear by today whether or not most of California will be placed on a second stay at home order.
If you are still eating Thanksgiving leftovers, today is the day you should probably thrown them away. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends discarding uneaten leftovers three or four days after they're cooked, which means that you needed to finish it all by yesterday techinically. However, the USDA says leftovers can safely remain in the freezer for up to six months, although the quality of the food may suffer.
REMINDER: Starting Wednesday, December 2, the McDonald’s McRib returns nationwide.