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"Said during a court hearing Monday that he couldn't recall ever did. I and someone the right to be heard. He said he would issue a decision later events. Attorney argued. That no one was harmed by the plot and questions the accuracy of the testimony. Translation, a prosecutor said harm to the community should be considered during sentencing, Patrick Stein. Gavin right and Curtis L and were convicted of conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction and conspiring to violate civil rights attorneys have asked that the Somalis victim impact statement be banned. Dan, O'Neill king NSS news, such we county councillor. Eric Llosa's out of a job. Joost was put on administrative leave last week after commissioners felt he had violated attorney client privilege during an FBI investigation of some members of the commission. Interim county attorney Michael pep Woon said the county's settlement with Joost is fair. We've worked with Mr. Yose attorney feel that this is a fair negotiation and agreement on behalf of the county. We'd asked do you approve the agreement Joost will receive a settlement of a little over seventy seven thousand dollars that'll cover six months of salary and health insurance for next year. California expected to get about. Five inches of rain later this week that will help suppress the campfire that has killed at least seventy nine people with these conditions now put the area at risk of new danger, mudslides Malibu city council member Lou Lamont emphasizes the importance of California residents being cautious. Our city staff the county and the state are all were here on preparations for this. What is really important that people realize is that if there is a mandatory evacuation order that is serious this Utah. What happened in montecito? We can't allow that to happen here. Fire officials predict that blaze is only about halfway done burning since the campfire began. It has destroyed more than eleven thousand homes in California. A man convicted of attacking a jogger along the Kansas river near downtown Wichita was sentenced on Monday, Waddell, middle will spend the next twenty five years behind bars. Lert Martinez tells chaos in news that middle grabbed her hitter in the face pushed her down and tried to take her clothes off. That's one of the city of Wichita employees. Saw what was happening and called nine one one. When I was finally. Stand up. Run twitch traffic. Just anyone that could not buying helped me, and luckily man didn't think twice about it. And he pulled over and he let me in his card. I was saved Martinez says she is satisfied with the sentencing outcome. A federal lawsuit says foster children in Kansas are shuffled between homes and facilities so much that they can be rendered homeless while in state custody. The Kansas City star reported that a class action lawsuit filed on Friday on behalf of ten children by local advocates, and to children's rights groups alleges that children are treated so poorly and the foster care system here in Kansas that they suffer mentally or they run away. It says some have been sexually abused at ten year olds spent three months in a series of night tonight placements during which he never knew where he would be sleeping another boy has had more than one hundred and thirty placements during the six years that he's been in state care. Kansas officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment, and that's Danielle Norwood. Reporting for the Kansas information network in an effort to in America's war in Afghanistan. Talks with Tele ban begin American diplomat. Sal. Mike Kelly is understood to have just wrapped up three days of talks with the Taliban. The second such meeting in recent weeks as part of exploring the potential for reconciliation and peace. I am talking to all Afghans seventeen years after the U S led invasion of Afghanistan overthrew, the Taliban. The Trump administration said earlier this year that it was ready to talk kettles. That's task is to bring the militant group to the table for negotiations with the US backed Afghan government, Simon Owen, Fox News. Says news time coming up on seven. Oh, six a huge honor an international honor for an old man from Kentucky and."