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Los Angeles County Brewery, Restaurant Owners Feel They Have Been Vilified By Health Inspectors During Pandemic
"Got a story rolling out in Lancaster and Steve, This isn't just a you know Another brewery. I think this is the oldest brewery in Lancaster is not true that I do not know. No, no, I do not know all he knows they've been there for a while, and they're very popular and there Very good people up there. I've been up there a few times and they're very, very nice people. But why would a woman or a man or anybody get pleasure since and shutting a guy down on Super Bowl Sunday at the you know, after 11 months of trying to scramble just to stay alive. Don't know. And I don't know what her motive was. I can only tell you that this is part and parcel to a lot of the complaints. I'm getting from business owners and restaurant owners about inspectors coming in having a bit of a god complex and coming in. Knowing they have the total power on then some of these restaurants that have been just like repeated targets of the health department where it's like I remember when Barbara for rare County Health Department director said, You know when I say Why is this happening that hammer because, well, we have 33,000 licensed restaurants in L. A county. And she says, You know, it's not. It's not easy to get to all of them like, well, no, because they're fixated on 20 of them, and they keep going back to these 20 over and over and over and over and over. And you know, and I think what happens is that you've got a lot of pushback from restaurant owners because they're like, you know, we've had it and you know, it's what happened with Tin Horn flats in here in Burbank. The place up in Agoura Hills. I think, um I can't remember the name of that place up there. But He was defiant of that also, and and I think that's what was going on with the county. The county is like, you know, they're not gonna back down. They're gonna put all their time. Money and resource is into teaching these people a lesson.
"agoura hills" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine
"And and carry on Golden golden and say the words out loud as we walk and ground ourselves and began. I look around is see. It's lyrics to that song. Look around these brown. Although there is no patch of snow on the ground here in california Not in the mountains. Although that's not that's not a bad idea. See how we're guided. I will do i'm called now to go to the mountains to do a podcast. And that's what's kind of nice about where we are here. Mountains are not too far away at all and Yes indeed there is snow. Obviously everybody wants to be safe and bring your chains and Do your thing and stay safety. I too and like i said with the grounding. You don't necessarily want to go out barefoot in the snow or in the cold weather. Stay safe and st well again. We don't we want to protect ourselves. Here this is about being what we can for the immune system and being outdoors is always good. If you can't but like as i mentioned to the grounding can take place indoors as well so here's to stability being grounded being a part of the solution in the world. Something about going barefoot. Find the right shoes near shoes or not and see maybe about the sheets the sleeping scenario. And maybe that's not for you you'll know and the same thing goes for The grass for the oceans lakes whatever. Ground it also puts you on another level. We were talking yesterday. Sadly about the chaos in the world and the instability and so many people simply need to get out and away and get ego out of the way and see things from another perspective and get a you know a new perception on things rather than being in that tunnel vision a ego and power driven money property prestige and breathe in all this beautiful air and find a way or a place to go to. And i'm gonna snap a picture here because the light is golden. I'm going to stop and take a picture and i will Send take a deep breath. Now and i'll be quiet. You can hear the ambiance. And i thank you for listening stay grounded. And this is maureen from quarantine the podcast pop up podcast Gora hill going to snap that picture. Now thank you for listening.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Temporal Scanner Thermometer Weather Center. Sunday tomorrow with highs in the low eighties, Too. Low nineties. This report brought to you by staples from the Southern California Toyota Dealers Traffic Center. We make it easy. We're going to go back to that crash on the one A one in Agoura Hills. This wonders along the South found side coming up on chess Borrow. That's where the two left lanes have been blocked and big delays air really loading up now, at last check it was from Canaan Road, but it looks like our laser pushing back even Lord just about Ray's adobe road. Let's check out that crash in Irvine we've got Will Kohlschreiber In the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Yeah, this is a bad one south outside of the four or five jamboree. It looks like, uh, pedestrian. Somebody out on the roadway here was hit by a car. It's a fatal crash. It's a fatal crash investigation at this point. And a traffic just stopped all the way back for the 73 on the south outside north bound side, a lot of slowing there if you could jump on the 73 perhaps take the 1 33 as a way to get around this crash. That'll get your rounded. Otherwise, it is going to cost you quite a bit of time. Injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com Will Kohlschreiber KF eye in the sky? You can also try Get heading on the one day 73 Just take that over to university in jamboree and reconnect with the 405 on the other side of the crash. This update is sponsored by cashing the count dot com in the sky helps catch you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. Wanna win $100 Visa gift card. Heard about cashing the can will tell us what you think. Go to cash in the can dot com Take a Super short survey and entered to win one of.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KCRW
"Sinai is right here for Los Angeles. And here for you right now is K c r. W 18 minutes past four o'clock. I'm Matt Dillon. Thanks for being with us, for all things considered on this Thursday, Still trying to process that last story about the outbreak of T. M. J due to the pandemic. We just take a quick moment. Pause. Relax your jaw. Open your mouth. Breathe. All right. There we go. Up ahead as all things considered, continues on this Thursday, we're going to be hearing about a new proposal from the president. President Trump says he wants a commission to promote what he calls patriotic education. A slam against efforts teach Children about systemic racism and an appeal to his political base. Why did he say it? What is patriotic education and how would it be enforced? Find out NPR's Tamara Keith brings us that report In just a few minutes here at K C. R. W Take a look right now at the freeway's Your Drive this afternoon, looking pretty good. Still, there's a few spots that are slow and go in the city of Downy on the 105 east at Lakewood Boulevard. We've got a sigalert. Their crash involving a motorcycle is blocking the Car pool and the left lane. Looks like you're slow from the 7 10 in Agoura Hills, One of one north at Liberty Canyon. Sig alert their car fire blocking the right lane. Looks like virgin ist is where you start tapping the brakes behind that one and in the inland empire, turning our attention now to Riverside 91 west at Tyler Street crash there blocking the right lane slow traffic from Van Buren. Support for NPR comes from see three dot a I see. Three. Dante I software enabled organizations use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Such differences does divide the nation. There's still a big crash in Agoura hills on the window one. Chose bro where the two right lanes are available because of this crash traffic jammed up for now from about Parkway Calabasas also heavy delays on the southbound side from about depending on rebel boa slows down as you're coming out of Hollywood from Melrose over to the one ten freeway. Speaking of which northbound one tends to be pretty busy from the one zero five one while the dry. Mid city is heavy westbound ten from western across to Robertson. Heading into Norwalk in the southbound six oh five transition to the southbound five crash there blocking the left lane. Things are pretty slow from Washington and through corona on the ninety one eastbound side before green river, the far right lane still blocked due to an earlier car fire traffic, heavy from where canyon KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm jay. Credit? Motors. Shit. Eastern's automotive group where your job is your credit is mad this March to put you in a new vehicle so Easterns has dropped their prices for this sale for the first time in their history. Easterns automotive.
"agoura hills" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"News Radio, I'm John Jeffries house and Senate back in session is lawmakers try to resolve a government shutdown. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said today productive discussions are continuing between democratic leaders and the White House minority leader Chuck Schumer said the Democrats are ready to talk. We are willing to continue discussions on those proposals. With the leader the president, the speaker of the house and the leader of the house all five or necessary to get something done. Vice President Mike Pence and other key administration. Officials are said to be taking part in closed door negotiations with top Democrats in an effort to reach a deal. The federal government shutdown is being blamed on a deadlock over a spending Bill that includes funding for a proposed wall on the US border with Mexico. The Senate did not have the sixty votes needed to pass the funding Bill because all forty nine Democrats are opposed to the border wall. President Trump says he hopes partial government shutdown won't last long country nights are returning to the board. Underline bar and grill in California after the deadly mass shooting. It's weekly country night was held Thursday night at the canyon club in Agoura hills. Many survivors of the November massacre as well as relatives of the twelve victims who lost their lives came to show their support. The growing memorial has been moved outside the border line bar. The FDA is alerting parents caregivers and healthcare workers about the dangers to infants posed by teething, necklaces, and bracelets. Mark Mayfield reports amber would marble and silicone necklaces can cause strangulation choking and infection in babies and infants FDA Commissioner.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Way it can pass without. Trump says he's holding off on signing the short-term spending Bill because he wants to keep the country safe. Both the house and Senate or scheduled to reconvene tomorrow, a company in Agoura hills is donated twenty five thousand dollars to help firefighters do their jobs Plum, energy CEO, David del Rahim, says many of his employees's were affected by the major wildfire in LA and Ventura counties. If it was not for the bravery of our first responders these stations would have been exponentially bigger LA county fire department foundation, president Jim crosses the money will go toward community training and firefighter health for looking at the mental and physical wellbeing of our firefighters. We even had the unfortunate experience of having a number of suicides over the last few years in east LA, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. LA county's DAS DA office has not decided has decided not to file sexual assault charges against actress Steven Seagal a woman claims she was assaulted by the actor sometime between may first of two thousand two and August, I did the same. Year earlier this year, two women held a press conference to accuse the goal of separate assaults in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and two thousand and two the DA's office says the statute of limitations has expired and there's not enough evidence. To file a case postal workers in south LA have been answering thousands of letters to Santa it's part of a program called operation Santa which helps families in the community who cannot afford to fulfil their kid's Christmas wish lists. This postal worker says kids send in drawings even send in report card, sometimes some are very truthful to say that they haven't been that good. So those are the ones that really just touch me. Now post office has been playing Santa now for more than one hundred years, but there have been fewer volunteers in recent years officials say is likely because people have to pay for their own postage planes are flying again in and out of Gatwick airport in London flights were suspended because of a possible drone sighting. Now the airport had already been shut down for about thirty six hours this week because of drones flying near the runway airport. Operations chief Chris Woodruff says the military has stepped in to keep watch. I feel terrible for the hundred.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The border wall. Now, it's up to the Senate, and it's really up to the Democrats because we need their votes. There's no way it can pass without. Trump says he's holding off on signing the short-term spending Bill because he wants to keep the country safe. Both the house and the Senate or scheduled to reconvene tomorrow accompanying Agoura hills has donated twenty five thousand dollars to help firefighters do their jobs them energy. Ceo, David del Rahim, says many of his employees's were affected by the major wildfire in LA and Ventura counties. If it was not for the bravery of our first responders these stations would have been exponentially bigger LA county fire department foundation, president Jim cross the money will go toward community, training and firefighter health. We're looking at the mental and physical wellbeing of our firefighters. We even had the unfortunate experience of having a number of suicides over the last few years in east LA, Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news, married detective with LAPD's robbery homicide division has filed a temporary restraining order against another officer. With whom she says she had a five year relationship. UCLA claims officer Danny shared explicit photos of her with. Without her permission has also accused him of physical abuse read. As lawyer says he never took photos of the and does not know who shared them radio. Also denies having a long term relationship with the US military says the number of active duty troops deployed along the southern US border is about twenty six hundred that's down from a peak number of fifty eight hundred troops sent shortly before the midterm elections in November federal officials say about twelve hundred troops are in California seven hundred or posted in Arizona and seven hundred in Texas, President Trump sent the troops there to help deal with a caravan of Central American migrants, the man engaged to a missing mother in Colorado has been charged in her murder. Patrick Swayze is also charged with solicitation to commit murder woodland park. Police chief miles de young says investigators have been working almost twenty four hours a day to find Kelsey Baratz body while we have not found Kelsey at this time information has been developed that is helping to narrow down our search. The young says breath cell phone was found in Idaho. Oh, she was last seen at a grocery store on thanksgiving break live separately from her fiance with whom she had a one year old daughter. The baby will be living with her family. The federal government has California must change.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"From six to ten. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty. And when we get more details on the shooting up in Chicago. We will give them to you. It's. At a Chicago hospital on the campus and north shop Michigan avenue. And they're multiple people shot reportedly the gunman is shot, not a whole lot of detail. When it comes you'll hear about it coming up. We just had Chris ancarlo on as the people up in the. Malibu Calabasas Agoura hills vicinity await rain perhaps on Wednesday. You know, how many times they forecast rain? And it turns out never to happen. That's part of the reason we've got these problems. And then you need rain at a certain intensity. Trigger mudslides, but it's certainly possible. And his Kris told you there's people standing in line getting sandbags there did try to give them some some fortification. Although if the big mudslide happens as we talked about. Montecito last year. There's nothing you can do. I really nothing. You can do. I will tell you though, that there was a rare moment over the weekend where I found myself in agreement with Jerry Brown. Trump came to town and met with. Brown and Gavin Newsom and the three of them stopped acting stupid for five minutes and saying dumb things Trump constantly carrying out about forest management and raking and Brown clattering about climate change. And there was one lucid moment, and when you have dementia, and you know, if you've had dimension, your family and Brown clearly does there. There are lucid moments. There are moments where there's clarity and your relatives speak normally, and they have a clear memory of the past. And they're they're making rational decisions, and then it fades away. Well, Brown had maybe it was the presence of Trump standing next to him in a moment of clarity yesterday. And. A reporter asked them. How do we curb these fires? And I think everything he says here in the next two paragraphs is right on except from a little bit of climate nonsense. You know, we've had fires for as long for long before Europeans. Let me try this again, you know, we've had fires for long before the Europeans showed up here. And are indigenous people had a different way of living with nature for ten thousand years. There were more never more than three hundred thousand people living in California. Now, we have forty million we have a totally different situation. So it's not one thing. It's people. It's how people live it's where they live. It's the changing climate, and we're going to have more difficulties things are not going to get better. And then he went into a climate spiel. But California has been hit by desert conditions as we repeatedly tell you forever. There was a period from the eighteen hundreds to the thirteen hundred's where it was a five hundred year drought in southern California five hundred years. So what we're going through here a draft. That's hit us for maybe what five out of the last six years. Six seven. We only had one fairly wet year and in northern California. They've they've had much more rain. There's nothing unusual. It's the first part where he's absolutely right. We've just got so many people you go from scattered tribes of indigenous people to forty million. Aw, and clustered together in these developments. On on hills. And the hills. People are surrounded by brushing hills. Very dry brush hills or they're right on the edge or inside forests. You you have to stop. Say to yourself as an individual. What am I doing? And do I want to go through this again? And then you go, and you you make you make your wager. But as long as you act emotionally and say, but I love the view. Odds are you're going to lose the bet you can't love the view. I'm going to read blade or on in the show, some really horrifying stories of people running away from the fire in paradise the LA times, some of the writers did great work. Getting people to talk. Just a few days after the fire when the memories refresh in the detail was fresh just how horrifying it was. I don't know if there's very few things in life are more or worse than than running away from a raging fire. People's shoes melting into the ground. They're they're closed catching fires the running getting separated from family members and their pets. I just the whole thing is a mess. And I kept after each paragraph. I was reading I would stop and I would say. Whatever the problems are in burying transmission lines wherever the cost is. It's better than this. Living without a view is better than this. This is the absolute worst situation to go through and obviously. Awadh lots of people didn't make it. Lots of people are going to be permanently scarred or disfigured. Lots of people have suffered immense loss that psychologically. They will take a long time to recover from. If they ever do. I'm not one of these people that gets caught up in the Rah Rah where everybody holds a vigil and say, you know, it's Malibu strong. It's paradise strong. It's a lot lot more difficult than act because I know a couple people have suffered losses, and it is it is devastating to your court. I don't think it ever ever leaves you. It's it's similar to a death. And a lot of cases up embarrassed. Specially it is it is death. And there's gotta be better way than this. And we've got to stop giving the electric companies pass. We we've we've gotta stop excusing all the weird human behavior that creates situations like this because it is it is a people situation. It is decisions made by adults that have created the Domino's a cascading effect and the electricity situation and the vagrant situation too. Because the bay grits are gonna cause more and more fires as they continue to proliferate, and I don't really care about the biggest problems. I don't really care about the electric companies problems. It's better than than the stories. I read over the weekend. What was happening to people trying to get away. And you know, maybe they got a view maybe they're with their friends. It's still better to live somewhere else. Than to experience with these people experienced. I think paradise is. Far away from us. So the local channels aren't giving it that much coverage. But it is horrific the inferno up there, and what people suffered from when we come back. Alex stone is in the paradise. Yeah. He's with ABC news. He's going to report KFI and tell us more about the situation there because they have a long long long road jest to try to find all the bodies or the fragments of bodies and deal with this strange missing list that seems to contain L thousand people that nobody knows if there's any validity to the list or not John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has news. Multiple people have been hurt in a shooting at mercy hospital in Chicago police officer is among those injured cops say the shooter has also been shot the fire in northern California has killed at least seventy seven people the town of paradise did hold a vigil last night. And being the town. I grew up in. I would definitely like to see it come back in. I know it's going to take awhile for that to happen. But I'll by the time it's done. We'll have a new town that's better than ever. Search crews are trying to cover as much ground as possible before rain is forecast to arrive this week, the rain could also affect some outdoor ten shelters. The fire has destroyed more than ten thousand buildings at sixty six percent contained Alex stone will be on with John and talk more about this. After the news, the California wildlife center in Malibu evacuated for more than a week because of the fire in Ventura in LA county's is back in business. The centers Dennis human says getting the animal's out was a challenge for brave staff members and wise, executive director went up there about thirty in the morning and went through all the animals to be released birds go the rest of the animals were taken to a volunteers house where triage of source was setup. He means people have been leaving messages. They've been holding onto injured animals. So he says he expects the wildlife center will be full again soon. A dolphin has been shot to death. Death in Manhattan beach. The dolphin was in the surf just offshore wind marine animal rescue president Peter Wallerstein and a lifeguard pulled it out lifeguard when the water, and I went in the water and we pull the dolphin out. We're notice small hole inside could be a bullet won't. He says since finding the dolphin just over a week ago. Tests have confirmed it was shot active. Brutal aggression, senseless aggression, and you we have to catch a people who do this kind of thing. Wallerstein says the group's putting a five thousand dollar reward for information leading to a conviction. Corbin Carson KFI needed. Some protesters in Venice say the city has sided with planters over homeless people plant boxes now line sidewalks were homeless people used to camp advocates for the homeless say spruce up has an ulterior motive, I think they're actually displace it homeless people. That's what I really really think. But it's too sad. So I'm here for that reason. Supporters of the plant boxes say the project is help clean up piles of trash and drug needles in the area. Traffic.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ear or half a season like this where you have one hundred thousand acre fires becoming routine Brown says President Trump told him the federal government will do everything possible to help California the fire in parts of LA and Ventura counties have now burned more than ninety eight thousand acres and destroyed more than five hundred buildings family member say the person whose body was found in a burn house in Agoura hills was the seventy three year old can't retired cancer specialists. A neighbor toll KTLA that he wishes he'd known. Alfred detests was endanger he was up there. Zone. Have tried to get a bed and try and help. We had no. The fire in northern California has killed nearly twice as many people as the states former deadliest wildfire Buchanan sheriff Corey Honi says the latest finds yesterday brought the total to fifty six all eight of those human remains were found in the paradise area. Six were found inside structures to were found outside of structure has of last night. One hundred thirty people were still unaccounted for the number of destroyed homes has gone up to eight thousand six hundred fifty the director of FEMA says the agency will focus on transitional shelters now for those left homeless. The fires burn one hundred forty thousand acres is just forty percent contained shelter imbued counties. Now dealing with a viral outbreak. Fifteen to twenty people at the shelter have tested positive for the highly contagious norovirus? Sick people have been quarantined investigators are checking out another shelter where others have started to feel sick. Hundreds of people are at the funeral for the Ventura County sheriff's RJ that was killed during the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks KFI's Corbin Carson reports. Live from Westlake village where the casket is expected to arrive a little before noon. It's a solemn scene out. Here is car after car falls into Calvary community church under a large flag held up between two firetrucks. Dozens of first responders are dressed crisply in their uniforms. Helping people in the Ventura County sheriff says twenty nine year veteran sergeant Ron Hillis died a hero. He's one of the first on scene to run inside borderline bar and grill last week before being shot multiple times. So people were killed including helix before the shooter killed himself. Many say sergeant helix was a cop's cop who gave it all. He was was looking to retire in the next year or so he leaves behind a wife and a son live at Calvary community church in Westlake village, Corbin Carson KFI news. Members of the migrant caravan headed to the US from Central America. Have now arrived in Tijuana Mexico..
"agoura hills" Discussed on KOMO
"Southern part of the state that raises the death toll to fifty one and thick smoke. From those fires is now polluting the air. Many people are wearing masks are being told to stay indoors as much as they can Justin. Oh was out walking his dog. It's. Pretty bad out here. So we're just headed now it's causing serious public health concerns here in southern California. The wind is pushing the smoke right out to sea in smoke has not been a problem. ABC's? Alec stone in Agoura Hills, California in Washington House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says she is confident she'll be reelected speaker. When Democrats take over the chamber in January there are at least fourteen current and incoming house. Democrats who have said they will oppose Pelosi retaking the speaker's gavel when the entire house votes next session. One of them is Marcia fudge of Ohio. I think that if in fact. But Pelosi said she's confident she has the votes to be reelected. The quote never Nancy group plans to warn Pelosi. They have the votes to block her. But so far they haven't chosen an alternative alley. Rogan? ABC news Capitol Hill in the Senate Republicans reelected Mitch McConnell to serve as the majority leader. Democrats have put Chuck Schumer back in charge of their caucus. The recounts continue in Florida where winners still haven't been declared in the races for governor and US Senator for now, the recount process is simple, all of Florida's sixty seven counties run their ballots through tallying machines, a second time, and they have until three PM on Thursday to submit their results, but some counties only have a few thousand votes others, like Miami Dade and Broward have hundreds of thousands ABC's. Mark Remillard, there were problems in Palm Beach county last night when some of the machines overheated secretary of defense James Mattis and homeland security secretary here's to Nielsen or visiting with US troops stationed on the southern border where they're n -ticipant the possible arrival of migrants, you're listening to ABC news..
"agoura hills" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"So it's by the time the ball close is. And you feel like fall down. You. Three my them. It is Valentine the morning. You just got the alert, and we'll post us up on our website as well. But with the Woolsey fire repopulation efforts have begun. So the following areas are opened up to residents and businesses starting in about twenty minutes this morning fully reopen the city of hidden hills. This will include all residences within the city limits. West valley circle boulevard, east of Cromer canyon road and north of interstate one a one to the northern city limits. Calabasas will have limited areas reopened which will include west of Japan. Kenya? Barred northwest Mahal and highway north of stunt road east of loss. Virginis east of loss road neighborhoods and south of LA Ventura County line. And I guess personal Edison. Sections of the city Calabasas may be without power at the time. The reopening the city of Westlake village will also have limited areas reopened as well. So I have the full thing here. The city of Agoura hills will reopen its impacted areas to certain areas. So the process is going to take some time, obviously. But we'll post this full lists up on our website went up four three myfm dot com slash Valentine dot com slash Valentine. Sure. He gets talked about this. I mean, obviously, there's so much talk about these fires. But Allen, I we were on the other side of the country. When all of this was happening. We just got back yesterday. But it was kind of it was emotional for her to see that. The bachelor house is is gone into the ground did a on. I think there was parts of it. Some of them weren't there. It's a private residence rented out, right? All right. Well, we the original report when we were on the east coast said that it was just go with it. And you're right. It's still it's revived. Wow. Okay. I'll tell her good news. What a flip.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You go after California who which I think he hates California far more than any other state long shot. Anyway, what he said is there's no reason for these massive deadly costly forest. Fires except that forest management is so poor. And you said remedy now or no more fed payments. Of course that exploded. And it's I love that a couple of issues. Right. It is California follows exactly the same forest management. I think is the rest of the country national forest died national parks department etcetera. So the issue is a national issue. How to deal with forest? Fires wanted to deal with that later on because there is some controversy. There really is. But of course, it's only California that screwed up when Colorado fires hit Colorado. Arizona New Mexico, which can be massive in have been massive, they're fine. It's only California, and then the issue of no more fed payments, by the way, that's. Crock? Of course, there's going to be fed payments. He just talks wherever he signed the emergency declaration for when governor Brown asked for it for a federal signature on his end, which has to happen before FEMA jumps in. And so here he is talking the beginning. No, more fed payments. It's just it's bluster. This is once again, the president doing his bluster to make his political statement to ignite so to speak his base. So but still I mean come on. It's is he going to say it's like what I do in the morning when I started the show, I do I just just just being asked. What about also the fact that only two per cent of the state's forest land are controlled by the state. And about fifty seven percent are controlled by the feds. One percent is local governments and all the rest is private interests control, the forestry, the state of California as a political entity is has oversight over two percent of the forests. And I didn't know that. That's why the firefighters came unglued because they're like, whoa. You're misinformed or ill informed. I think was the word unusual is that okay? We're gonna come back and do plenty more handle on the news. In the meantime, Jennifer, you have some news to share firefighters in LA and Ventura counties have prepared for a second day of strong Santa Ana wins. The fires burned more than eighty-five thousand acres and destroyed at least one hundred seventy seven buildings. Most of those are homes. It is fifteen percent contained Veracruz crews took advantage of calmer overnight whether to reinforce their containment lines officials, say crews will continue to struggle with steep terrain. Limited access to earn zones. They have been getting help from twenty two helicopters and several air tank. Cours? This is not the new normal. Governor Brown says the intense wildfire conditions in California are the new ABC normal. He was asked yesterday about the tweet from the president accusing California's government of mismanage leading to fire risk. We have real challenge. Here threatening our whole way of life. So we gotta pull together people have ideas, whether it's forest management or. How to do fire prevention great? Let's hear about him. Brian has asked Trump for a statewide major disaster declaration round says those who deny climate change are contributing to the tragedy of wildfires and droughts. Now people now may return home if they live north of the one, oh one in Agoura hills and Westlake village. So again, I'm over the evacuations some lifted some in place, so listen up. So again, you can go home. If you live north of the one on one in Agoura hills Westlake village evacuation orders have also been lifted for oak park and north ranch Thousand Oaks area, but in Calabasas mandatory evacuations were expanded yesterday, and now apply citywide. So if you're in Calabasas, get out all of bell canyon hidden hills Malibu into panga are also under evacuation orders. So is part of the west hills lying west valley circle between Roscoe and van Owen? Now, the state's most destructive fire is now also among the states to deadliest twenty nine. Nine bodies found in the burn zone around northern California around the town of paradise yesterday. Butte county sheriff Corey Honi says six of the bodies were found in Kars four of them were found in vehicles. And the sheriff says identifying the remains can be difficult Grafton, dealing.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On your wakeup call KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Let's get back to ABC's Alec stone. We were talking about the fire the campfire burning around paradise and the state's most destructive fire is now also among the states to deadliest as Alex mentioned twenty nine bodies have now been found not burn zone around the town of paradise. This is Buchanan sheriff Corey Honi who says six of the bodies were found yesterday. Homes. One was in a vehicle and the sheriff says identifying those remains can be difficult you're often dealing with. The remains of humans who've been burned, and some cases, you might only have bones. Now, Alex is we were talking about you were mentioning that a couple of hundred people are still unaccounted for normally when we have a fire, and you hear of sort of extreme numbers like that we figure it's just somebody who hasn't been able to get in touch with their family in this situation considering the geography of where paradise was one way in one way out kind of up on hill over the Chico area. If I mean, my gut tells me that number is going to significantly increase as far as the death toll goes just because of the fact that you can't get in and out of their easily. It has been a two lane road for as long as anybody. Can remember people liked it? That's that way. That's why they lived up there. It was beautiful. It was remote. It was the place that was hard to get to you didn't have a lot of traffic going through there that also becomes a very deadly place to live. Well, yeah. And there were tons. Of cars that were burned over trying to get out of paradise. And at least the early bodies that were found not so much what the sheriff was talking about right there. But the early ones they were found in their cars. They couldn't get out. We heard from one woman a nurse at the feather river hospital in paradise. They evacuated the patients, and then the staff tried to get out and they were overcome by fire, and she talks about on the road to get out her car stopped. She had a newer model car, but the heat and no air to run through the engine came it stalled out she got out. She had talked to her husband, and he said just run run for your life. And she got out. She said her door handle was melting the bumper on the car was melting the paint on the outside of the car with bubbling off she said, she was sucking in the super heated gases, and she started to go to her knees. And she thought I'm done, and she said, she doesn't know how it happened. But she it was pitch black. It was daytime pitch-black. She was reaching out with her hand. And her hand hit a fire engine. And she said the decals on the fire engine were peeling off and firefighters were sheltering inside that engine trying to stay alive themselves. They opened up the door and pulled her inside and out of nowhere. Again. It seemed like out of nowhere a bulldozer came through and created a firebreak and she said the bulldozer. Operator was literally driving through the flames in that bulldozer. Creating that break a big enough to get that fire engine turned around, and they went back to the hospital and they sheltered in place back at the hospital, and she's alive to tell the story. She thought she was dead several times, but sucking in that superheated gas will kill you in a second. And she she was going down that road and tell there happened to be a fire engine with firefighters sheltering inside of that fire engine, and they yanked her in and saved her life, man. Those are the stories at literally have chills this morning that you hear and you hear of people. I mean, look at that, she's a nurse. She makes sure everybody in her hospital is about is evacuated before. Or the staff ends up going then their lives are in danger. And that just kind of loops us right back to the whole first responders putting their lives in danger to save the rest of us. And that's exactly what they did. Look at those firefighters sheltering in place who knows what what could have happened to them. If that bulldozer hadn't come through. I mean, you talk about right place right time in some of these situations. Well, in so many ways for her that I mean, she she was gonna die. They were going to die and tell the the engine came through and even this morning here in Malibu looking around. And I look at all of the sheriff's deputies and police officers from around southern California who have come here to secure the area firefighters up on Malibu canyon road is we passed by them as they were actively fighting fire up until a little while ago. There were the night drops going on helicopters passing over us above. They're all putting their lives in danger right now. Especially at nighttime. There are rocks falling on Malibu canyon road. There are boulders all over the place. And they told us going in be careful there. Coming down. And there are snowplow drivers who are pushing rocks. Those guys to they're pushing rocks out of the way with rocks falling all over the place. So firefighters can get in. I mean, there's a major effort going on around Malibu and Calabasas right now. And it's to save lives and save homes are doing everything they can Alex. Thank you so much, and please. Yes. Do stay safe as you're covering this. As we've been telling all of our reporters here at KFI. We want the stories, of course. But you know, you guys come first. So thank you for you. Also risking it to be out there to share this with us. You gotta thanks, Jen. All right. Take care. That's ABC's. Alec sound. And yeah, I wanna give you just a couple more bits of information before we take another break for traffic when it comes to the different evacuation centers around. People can go home if they live north of the one on one in Agoura hills and Westlake village. So again, you can go home if you live north of the one on one in Agoura hills Westlake village evacuation orders have also been lifted for oak park and Northridge. Ranch in Thousand Oaks area. But in Calabasas mandatory evacuations were expanded yesterday, and now applies citywide. So if you are in Calabasas get out, please all of bell canyon hidden hills Malibu into panga are also under evacuation orders. So is the part of the west hills lying west valley circle between Roscoe and van Owen? So again, the mandatory evacuations are ineffective for Calabasas all of bell canyon hidden hills Malibu antics to panga, and so as part of west hills that is west valley circle between Roscoe and van Owen. So there you go on that one please, please heed those warnings. I, you know, Alex, and I can't stress it enough. Just remember, I know you want to save your house. I get it. We've all been in an area. That's either Ben evacuated or we've got. I mean, we all live in California. We know how this goes we know the drill. But please just remember you trying to save your house. Also means you're putting those first responders endanger, please just take that into. You know, put that in perspective. I I can't I understand. It's your house at your memories. I get it. But don't forget your life is more important and their life is more important as well. So please just keep that in mind, if you get one of those evacuation orders, please heat it now Alex was sharing the story of the nurse at the campfire the paradise fire and how she barely made it out. How those firefighters may barely made it out. So how did everybody make it out who did make it out in the paradise area? Well, apparently some heroes drive buses at science teacher in northern California says fast acting in heraldic bus drivers helped evacuate students from schools during the fire that started near Chico paradise unified school district science teacher. Mark Kessler said teachers and staff also Fareed scared children in their cars Thursday after the school received evacuation orders. Six bus drivers arrived to help take students to evacuation centers. He said they feared for their lives as they drove through smoke and burning embers one hundred twenty five kids were able to. Be reunited with their. Parents. Rossio Rivera KO finding I don't wanna give a shout out this morning to celebrity chef guy Fieri who as we've heard when the fire near reading broke out. He went up there for a couple of days and just started feeding evacuees and firefighters he's done it again, he made the visit to bucolic so that he could feed evacuees and firefighters there it's little things like that. It's all those little things that people come out of the woodwork Indu four one another. So I don't care if you're a celebrity. I don't care if you went to a neighbor's house who you knew was evacuated or somebody's house you knew and you gave them food or whatever it was all those little things add up just think about what you could be doing today to help. I just heard some of the Pepperdine college. It now is not going to be back in session at Pepperdine university until after thanksgiving, and that includes the campus in Malibu, and the winning Calabasas so classes aren't going to resume now until after the thanksgiving holiday, and they were asking some of the students. Like, what do you need? What can we help you with? Well, some of the students said we had to evacuate certain places. Maybe it was their house or maybe it was their apartment living nearby. They don't have chargers. No cell phone chargers. No chargers for their computers. They're having trouble communicating with people because they don't have any any way to charge their phones little things like that think about what goes on in your everyday life. So when you're talking about what can you donate? I know that the Red Cross always says donate money. That's probably your best bet because they can best, you know. Distribute it they know exactly who needs what? But little things if you're thinking about what can you donate cell phone chargers? Something simple like that makes a huge difference. So again, if you have any questions about what you can donate or where to donate hit always hit me up on Twitter at JJ L KFI, if you've got any questions about where to evacuate also at JJ L KFI, I will answer your questions as quickly as I can all throughout the morning. All right. When we come back. We're going to talk with the national weather service because another big story coming out of these fires, of course, the Santa Ana winds, how long are they expected to stay how bad is it going to get is going to get as bad as it was last week. When these fires broke out, we'll check plus traffic forecast on your wakeup call..
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"News the fire that started near Simi valley and burned into Malibu is it about thirty five thousand acres and growing L A county fire chief, Darryl AVI, says homes have been lost. But there's no number yet. Because of the conditions are plans are for tomorrow. Expect a low and the weather so we're going to try to give parameter control to contain the fire to the extent that we can because a wind shift as says another window vent is expected for Sunday. More than seventy five thousand people have had to evacuate due to this fire people who have left their homes in Agoura hills say they're afraid they won't have anything left to go back to this woman says with the shooting the other night at borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks Ventura County is having a rough week. There's just the outpouring of support. You couldn't ask for more support people are there for you. People will help you. It's just makes me proud to live here. Power has been out in the area since about two AM nearby. Evacuation centers are also filling up quickly news brought to you by RV expo firefighters in Ventura County are also trying to stop a fire that started in Newbury park. Fire officials say it reached the one zero one freeway income areso in about twelve to fifteen minutes. After it started yesterday. Fire information officer says crews have been dealing with extreme win. And extreme fire behavior resources couldn't even get in front of it. It was all about getting people out of the fire. We weren't even engaging the fire at some points because of the wind the wind. He says if I didn't grow much overnight because it burned into an area that burned a few years ago. The fire today was mapped out at about sixty one hundred acres more than seventeen thousand people are under evacuation orders. Traffic from.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Brutal night or people live in the Thousand Oaks area. And people's nerves are just raw shooting last night at borderline bar and grill Volvo, beautiful people wiped out. A lot of them kids with their whole life in front of him. Marriages kids grandkids for retirement all wiped out. And. Dan. The fires start and fires. Are going to get everybody. Or not allow anyone to sleep all night long been worried sick about what's going on in their neighborhood. Just real quick. I wanna update the evacuation orders. I think it was Karen the caller segments about oak park, and we we've been talking about this evacuation area north of the one on one from valley circle to lend Darrow canyon. We talked about that one. Jane wells was on last hour, and how that is a massive area. Yes, it is. It's hills. It's oak park, it's hidden hills. And it's it's. I don't know probably of fifty maybe even one hundred square mile area. I mean granted a lot of that is open to preserve and it's a canyon and things but. You're talking about maybe tens of thousands of of people easily. So that is your mandatory evacuation order for the Wolsey fire bell canyon oak park Agoura hills and hidden hills north of the one zero one from valley circle over to ladera canyon. I'm looking at the fire right now on channel five it is it looks like it's everywhere. You know, when you get a fire station fire years ago, that's mushroom cloud. Fire in two thousand nine up over the hills in Acton. Right burned one area. It skipped another area burn one area. This doesn't look like it's skipping anything. It's just complete devastation. Yeah. The the winds are just pushing this south and west, and that's why they're they're ordering these evacuations for these areas of oak park Agoura hills in hidden hills. Because once it it burns through the chest, bro and Palo Alto. Coronado I should say canyon. Once it burns through there. It's nothing, but neighborhoods, right? And they cannot let this fire jumped the one. Oh, one in that area. Oh, no. I mean to get to the one on one would be devastating and there's thousands of homes between the north branch oak park area and the one oh one this is the smaller fire burning in Ventura County. But it it it does seem to be at this point one that they are most worried about because they were talking earlier about that five to seven thousand acre one near very park that it's kind slow down the spread of that slowed down a little bit. And you've got a lot of resources go into this one in in bell canyon, and I just saw a helicopter drop. Water on a an area that is filled with flames, and it honest to God with the wins. It looked like the water evaporated before it got to the surprise. Wouldn't be surprised. That's got to be very tough for those pilots. So in in in a few minutes will update the evacuation centers let you know, which areas are under mandatory evacuation orders because of the two fires in Ventura County. And we'll have an update on the so-called campfire and Buchanan northern California which fatalities reported, which makes this fire. Looked like a campfire. Let's talk to Nancy in can can valley. Nancy, you're on KFI. Hey, hi, guys, have your show. Tough night. Crazy crazy twenty four hours. You know, the Instagram messages started coming in last night around eleven thirty eleven forty five and we found out where the was that. That's when my freak out got on. Because my son has lots of friends go every Wednesday night to college night. So that I'm texting tomorrow, then you know, as a kid, Tom JAGER, Madison. And by the grace of God. His group of friends did not go out last night. Boy, then you're staying up till two in the morning. Then you're you know, you're watching all of this. And then you wake up and. You know, you hear you hear the body count. Uh-huh. I have a friend in Burbank. I don't want to use your name wouldn't make any difference anyway, but she has a daughter that was walking out the door last night. To go to border line. And the mom said would you please? I just have. I just want your hometown. Can you please not go out with your friends? I just stay home. And you know, when you tell an eighteen year old girl that while she's leaving the house. She will slam her door and never talk to you again. She stayed home. Yeah. It was a miracle. The kids neck friends. I'll have all stories. The whole back story is like that lost my keys, I flaked out. But then my daughter gets the school today. She doesn't have high school, and they find out all the day that her high jump track coach lost his son. So tell our finance so he was areas plant borderline. You know, you got the fires. You look to the west. You've got the fire started. Then you look today. She got another fire starting the freeway sat down and you're trying to make the vigil, and you can't. And you you say to yourself what the hell could be next. Yeah. But don't give up. You can't give kids. Gotta keep going. Yeah. We'll call it again. Nancy? God bless you. And we'll take care of yourself. Thanks. All right there. She goes Nancy K kane'ohe valley them we're going to. Take a quick break. Check in with Nori. I believe and we'll come back. We'll take some more of your phone calls. I know that Robert Bill Frank, Jim and Perry. Try to hold on. We'll try to take all the calls me. Come back. We're live on KFI more now with Aaron Ben let me go naval base is part of the mandatory evacuation list because of the fire near Newbury park. It has burned five to seven thousand acres. Kaneria springs is also under a mandatory evacuation order via Saito trailer park Cal State Channel Islands, which will be close. Tomorrow's wealth does vetoes and south coast all under mandatory evacuation one on one is closed between Newbury park in Camarillo springs. This fire between west of Chatsworth is has burned about two thousand acres. Mandatory evacuations are ordered for bell canyon that would be settled Bill road between maverick lane and Morgan road. But also anyone living north of the one from valley circle boulevard to lend Daryl canyon that would be the communities of hidden hills Agoura hills and oak park. You have evacuation centers set up at Borchert community centre in Newbury park in Camarillo community center as well as the let's see the Rancho Santa Susanna recreation center in seamy valley, you could check VC emergency dot com. Find out if you can take your animals, they're also watching the fire burning in northern California in Butte county, Cal fire, captain says the entire town of paradise has been wiped out thousands of buildings destroyed. And now reports of multiple fatalities, weather and traffic next. Well, let's talk about RG canning. They've got a pretty cool thing going on this weekend on Sunday, and you may want to just get out and walk around and forget about a lot of devastation, and you can do from nine AM to three PM you can walk around with some really beautiful people out there at the southern California Rose Bowl.
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For a bunch of quotes for Thursday like nicknames for Thursday's I can put it on Twitter make fun of people. Yeah. And. There you go. So I've got what Friday light Friday light. It's it's the new Friday, right? All right. It's Union Day. Because all all the union jobs. If you're if you're working four on three off Thursday's one of the days, you have to work. I don't know what the hell that's all about. But it's true. It's true start. All right. Let's get to angel here. Because people are pulling their hair out, man. It's a particularly tough night. Again, it is you know, what's kinda funky is that as we roll into to autumn the days become shorter dark outside. It's unbelievable. And you know, next week because of this weekend, we're going to set the clocks back roll the clocks back. It's going to be pitch dark, and whatever it is out. Now, this will be instead of six oh eight this will be five. Oh, eight so look outside. That's your five. Oh, wait son right now. It's unbelievable. Wow. So where are the trouble spots where people wanting to kill each other? All right. Of course, the ten in Santa Monica. It's the buffalo. Yes. Yes. Very slow single digit speeds eastbound away. From twentieth street all the way into mid city. And then it's just a mess as you continue into downtown LA that to ten eastbound I'm gonna I'm going to stretch it out a little bit. And we're going to start on the one oh one out of. Because they all connect and this right now, wait a minute. So are you talking like a gory hills? Yes. No it slows down eastbound. That's right. Getting out of Agoura hills. All the way. Four seventy split. It opens up for test a bit through to Luca lake. But then you're hitting it hard all the way to the about Brandon Glendale, right? And for some reason, you're the one thirty four between the two and the two ten is always like pretty open because a real Reno off-ramps are onramps to speak like one or two, but it's pretty open people behave up there. And then man today slam on the brakes, especially when I go to the racetrack. And there's that final turn before you get to Santa Anita. It's gross. You know that nobody can navigate this Terai. It's a it's a curve is a curve. It's a big curve that nobody can handle. And it's right. When you get to the end of Pasadena, east foothill between orange grove and east foothill, but right off of San Gabriel boulevard from San Gabriel boulevard right to Rosemead that one two major blocks so stupid, and there's that little curve there. A nobody can handle that curve. I don't get it. All right. So so it picks up another to ten is also jammed. Yeah. All the way from the win thirty four as you make your way toward citrus. Great. Wow. And then it opens up again, you think? Oh, yeah. Sugar city all the way to the fifteen now it's slow all the way from foothill pretty much Agoura hills to the fifteen. Yep. I'm looking at right now, which is unbelievable. Four zero five where the four zero five meets the ten everybody just stopped there for some reason. It was an accident or it's just too many people. This city. Yeah, I'm gonna I'm gonna take option B, right? There was an earlier problem in the sepulveda's pass on the four five southbound. But that's you know, up the road from from the ten earlier stalled there that's gone that there's gotta be a solution to this though. I mean, I think we may have to go back to a rationing you get to go on the freeway. If your license plate starts with like a through m one day like Monday and then Tuesday emphysema get it. But but everybody on the freeway, it just it, absolutely sucks, man. And you know, takes you an hour and a half to get home. You're tired you're exhausted. And you're pissed when you get home, you know, because you've been dealing with idiots for an hour and a half complete. Isn't that what it was the the gas rations in the seventies? Yep. That's exactly right. We go back to freeway rationing here. Yeah. And you know, another tough spot TIMMY is that ninety one. It's always a mess. Slow away from the one ten freeway to the five two so little opening. But then it's slow moving ahead out of Anaheim all the way into corona all the way..
"agoura hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"What they do a great job all the way around. Homers. They can put the ball in play singles working accounts can walk song basis all sorts of things got the dodgers on the board with a home run in the second is baseball. We we know things can change real quick. You know, what happened to Milwaukee we the first game? And then we back. This team is built of a dog. Dave roberts. Our guys are going to fight. And we we don't expect these guys to give us anything. So we expect it to be a hard-fought series. And. But the way we competed. I mean, even at the end to get Kimball in the game to see him to get a look at him. To see evolve. I thought offensively. We did. We did a really good job in. That's what we've done all year long. First pitch of game. Two is just after five o'clock tonight on AM five seventy LA sports Aaron bender KFI news. All right. A little update now on this story coming out of her Rupa valley for people were killed in a four car crash in her Rupa valley just before midnight last night at the intersection of van Buren and fifty sixth street, apparently one more person was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Still unclear if alcohol or drugs were a factor will get more on this one throughout the morning and traffic. Well, the only thing heard in a fiery crash on the winter one freeway was the vintage World War Two plane that actually went down the North American t six Warbirds landed nose down yesterday and the freeways center divider in Agoura hills. Robert Sandberg made the emergency landing because of engine trouble picked a spot on the freeway where I knew there's big.