FLU, Frank, Inland Empire discussed on KNX Midday News with Brian Ping


The flu every year could be you or your family the best way tell to cold or flu is by taking your temperature no one does it better than the engine temple scare induction ports eleven fifty five more traffic force more off the top Frank extensively usually another morning of lots of patchy dense fog out there to start your day will have more sunshine this afternoon warming lay up for your Tuesday to mid upper seventies along the coast downtown the basin into the low eighties today valleys upper eighties for you as we head to the Inland Empire you'll also see numbers nearing ninety highs near eighty in the high desert mountains in the upper sixties this ridge of high pressure starts to break down tomorrow we do have a cooling trend increasing clouds as we head into the second part of the work week will turn the heat back up bring back the sunshine as high pressure strengthens into the weekend was southern California's most accurate and dependable forecasting CBS to meteorologist and younger she can extend seventy newsradio checking some temperatures right now Chatsworth eighty degrees corona seventy three currently it is seventy sunny skies downtown Los Angeles at eleven forty seven LA's arch bishop is now the head of the US conference of Catholic bishops of the gum as the first Latino to leave the organization he served as vice president for the past three years before being elected today by his colleagues Gomez was asked about addressing priest sex abuse scandals her big thing because the victim assisting coordinators all over the country in every diocese we go or stop working on that and and we are totally committed to the protection of children and the support for anyone who has suffered as a consequence of the structure going to sixty seven years old he's an immigrant from Mexico he's been an advocate of a welcoming immigration policy including a path to citizenship for many undocumented immigrants in this country he said today he hopes the US Supreme Court rules in favor of.

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