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A Bear Spotted in Eagle Rock For the Second Time This Week
"Seen wandering through a neighborhood in Eagle Rock. Twice in four days, People have seen the black bear near a patch of land along the 1 34 freeway about eight miles away from the Angeles National Forest in California Department of Fish and Wildlife says it's unusual for bears to be in that area president but we wouldn't be talking about it otherwise, President
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Donald Trump's doctor says the president is no longer at risk of trash transmitting the Corona virus to others, But he does not say whether President Trump has tested negative. This comes as the president prepares to resume campaign rallies and other activities. News brought to you by direct buyers dot com The fire burning in the Angeles National Forest is 90% contained having burned 115,800 acres. So far higher, officials expect full containment by October. 30th all evacuation orders have been changed to warnings for residences. Exit for residents along Angeles Crest Highway, Paradise Springs and those living south and west of Upper Hunger Road. A man has been arrested for allegedly tying a news to a tree branch in Berkeley's Marina. Police say a man who works at the Marina noticed a guy tying a news Thursday and when he confronted, the man says, the guy fastened it to a tree branch and ran off. The guy's charged with a misdemeanor hate crime. North Korea leader Kim Jong Eun has warned that his country will fully mobilize its nuclear force if threatened. Boone took center stage at a military parade in which the country unveiled what appeared to be a new intercontinental ballistic missile and other additions to its growing weapons Arsenal. Came apparently avoided direct criticism of the US During the event. Disney has plans for a new live action movie based on one of its theme park attractions. Well, Disney Pictures is working on a space mountain movie. The studio's based in Burbank, have a lot of success with movies based on theme park attractions, including the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, starring Johnny Depp. Disney also recently announced plans for another live action Haunted Mansion movie. Less Facebook could be the key to a happier face. The folks of the Happiness Research Institute found that keeping all Facebook for a week can significantly improve your happiness. The study split around 1000 people into two groups. One group was banned from logging on to Facebook for a week while a control group was told to continue using the site as they normally would. After the week was up. The participants were asked a series of questions that provided some astonishing results. People who continue to use Facebook where 55% more likely to be stressed, while those who stop.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on 790 KABC
"90 ABC News Too old too. I'm Steve. Coming. Full containment is drawing near for the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest. After blackening 115,800 acres it's now listed at 90% Containment. Full containment is expected October 30th yesterday for the second straight day, Los Angeles County reported more than 1250 new covert 19 cases. Making for a three day streak of elevated numbers that could help stall efforts to reopen more businesses. You numbers are expected to be released this afternoon. The CHP is investigating yesterday's accident on the Foothill Freeway in Irwindale that left a motorcyclist dead. Officers say the 30 year old Ryder rare ended a Tesla model why, and was ejected from his motorbike. The man's body landed in the number three lane to the freeway, where he was struck by the left rear tyre oven approaching big rig. The unidentified motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials say the writer was traveling at an unsafe speed. It's not knowing if drugs or alcohol were factors in the crash. Hey, ABC. SoCal weather Partly cloudy for the rest of the afternoon with highs in the upper sixties to mid seventies, then partly cloudy this evening and tonight with low clouds and fog overnight and lows in the upper fifties to mid sixties. Riverside forwarded in downtown all have 73 degrees. I'm Steve Coming. We're reporting the constantly breaking news so you could make the best choice in November. This is so Cal's common sense. Election Headquarters. 7 90 K A. B. C ABC. Dependable traffic Right now. Five. South bound right at the 1 10 Pasadena Freeway. A car broke down and you'll find it in the left hand lane and you'll find slow traffic on the fives. Outbound from Los Phyllis down to Main Street near the gala interchange. Five North bound traffic heaviest from Main Street Up to stadium way Wanna one Hollywood freeway heading South bound, jammed up from buying street to the downtown four level that's dependable traffic. Hi, Mike Morris. Am 7 90 K B..
Containment On Los Angeles County Bobcat Fire Climbs, 83 Homes Destroyed
"The Angeles National Forest crews have been able to get a good hold on the bobcat fire. The nearly 115,000 acre fire now 75% contained it's destroyed at least 83 homes near the San Gabriel Mountains.
Los Angeles - Containment More Than Doubles On Bobcat Fire
"Containment of the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest is at 39%. That's more than double the containment of the day before the blaze has consumed more than 113,000 acres and destroyed or damaged at least 29 homes. It has also covered 90% of the devil's punishable and wrecked the nature Center.
Nearly 19,000 Firefighters Help In California Wildfire Battle, Los Angeles County Confirms 29 Structures Destroyed
"On the fires burning in California and the West. Nearly 19,000 firefighters air working almost two dozen major wildfires across the state. The fire is confirmed. 29 structures have been destroyed in the fire burning in the Angeles National Forest, but fire officials say that number could increase to 85 as they check on the damage from the mat. Now more than 105,000 acre fire, and the biggest wildfire in state history has grown to more than 846,000 acres. Containment is up to 34%, but fire officials estimate they won't reach 100% until November 15th that fire in the menace Edo National Forest in Northern California started more than a month ago during a series of lightning strikes. We will check the 60 next.
California firefighters struggle to put out massive Bobcat fire
"Wildfire burning in southern California moved into more residential communities. Today, thousands of residents are under mandatory evacuation orders. Remember station KPCC Julia Paschen reports. Firefighters hoped a few days of cooler temperatures would help tame the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest. Instead, high winds pushed the flames north into the foothill communities above. Fire crews are working to stop the fire from spreading further north west. Some residents along the southern end of the fire have been allowed to return home as firefighters get a handle on the area near the fire's origin. While conditions have improved, the historic Mount Wilson Observatory remains under close watch. For
"angeles national forest" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the Angeles National Forest and Antelope pills has spread to over 94,000 acres here. CBS's lowly Luciano, the Bobcat fire ripped through the foothills North. Of Los Angeles, destroying several structures. We now see that it's even worse than we thought. Intensifying wins prompted more evacuations. His crews from across the country have stepped in, firefighter Larry Smith says. It's one of the biggest wildfires he's seen. What does that look like? Well, think of 91,000 American football fields. Meanwhile, the investigation continues into the death of a firefighter on the lines of another wildfire in San Bernadino National Forest that fire sparked by a firework used during a baby's gender Reveal party. The busy interchange for 95 in the mass Pike in Hopkinton is getting an overhaul, thanks to a federal grant around $21 million Around 75,000 vehicles passed through the junction every day. It's a major junction for commuters and half of all freight trucks heading to eastern Matthews it the money will help in hand safety and address chronically deficient traffic conditions. The $21 million comes from the U. S. Department of Transportation. The Wendell State for US Alliance suing it now the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation that according to the green Fields recorder, they claimed the logging of 100 year old oak trees in the forest last summer broke several state laws and regulations. The state once the case dismissed. Both sides have until Friday to submit additional written comments on the case. The court. It's 5 51 smart speakers air bringing radio back into the home. No station forms a home better than W Easy NewsRadio while you cook while you clean and whatever you do in between, we're live and local reporting.
Los Angeles Area's Bobcat Fire Approaches 100,000 Acres In Second Week
"It's the worst fire season in California history and the Bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, and the Antelope pills has spread to over 91,000 acres and destroyed several homes. Here. CBS is Lilia Luciano. The Bobcat fire ripped through the foothills north east of Los Angeles, destroying several structures. We see that it's even worse than Wei thought intensifying winds prompted more evacuations. His crews from across the country have stepped in, firefighter Larry Smith says it's one of the biggest wildfires he's seen. What does that look like? Well, think of 91,000 American football fields. The investigation, meanwhile, continues into the death of a firefighter on the lines of another wildfire in the San Bernadino National Forest sparks by a firework used during the baby's gender Reveal party.
Wildfires continue to rage across California
"And when when it it breaks breaks I'm I'm Amy Amy King King live live from from the the kick kick off. off. I I 24 24 hour hour news. news. You're You're more more than than 91,000 91,000 Acres Acres have have burned in the fire that stretched across the Angeles National Forest are firefighters are stretched. To the limit. Lake County Fire Chief Darryl Osby notes. The five of the largest fires in California history is currently burning. And that doesn't include the flames chewing through the Saint Gabriel Sze, the fire behavior that we're getting for this fire. And throughout the state of California is unprecedented, possibly says one of the priorities is keeping the fire on the western side of highway 39 gets east of Highway 39. Then it starts going toward Wrightwood and firefighters are also trying to corral the fires that tries to
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In PICO Rivera has shot and killed an alleged gang member who was on his back patio. It appears it's a case of L. A county sheriff, Lieutenant Barry Hall says. Overnight. Thursday, The homeowner started fighting with a man who broke in through a screen door victim, armed himself with a hand gun and shot the suspect wants, Paul says. That guy ran to a getaway car. He did found a second male crouching on his patio. The homeowner confronted that guy who Hall says was covered in gang tattoos. The mail made a furtive movement toward his waistband on hearing the suspect is arming yourself. The victim shot him, killing him at the scene, he says the guy had a knife in his pocket. The first guy was taken to a hospital, where a getaway driver was arrested in L A. Corbyn Carson Ko Phi News. The news is sponsored by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber. The family of Dijon Kizzie says it is disturbed by the characterization of kissy by the L. A county sheriff. On Thursday share Villanueva and a captain gave reporters a timeline of events leading up to the fatal deputy involved shooting of kissy on August 31st. Attorney Carl Douglas represents disease family and says the press conference was nothing more than a media sideshow. It really seemed to be an attempt by an embattled sharer to curry favor appealing to the most based sensitivities of our community. Douglas says his investigators have found different conclusions than those offered by sheriff's investigators. Douglas says. Regardless of the circumstances leading up to the shooting, 19 shots fired by deputies is excessive. A deputy with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department has accidentally shot himself in the leg at a gun range. A spokesperson with the department says The deputy fired one round while the gun was still in the holster earlier this month. A deputy was treated at a hospital and released. The department is investigating to determine whether the policies and procedures were followed. More than 73,000 Acres have burned in the fire that stretched across the Angeles National Forest are firefighters.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And the Bobcat Fire has now burned over 60,000 acres in the Angeles National Forest tonight. It's just about 15% contained but again because the winds keep shifting out here. It's really hard to tell what neighborhoods had properties destroyed and which ones made it out of here safely, So it's definitely going to be Really worry some night for all of the evacuees and for the fire crews out here trying to do the best that they can to save all of these homes. Reporting live Nicole Comstock cake. How my new school. Thank you. And from the ground to the air Desmond saw walking over tonight. 19 Desmond. Yeah, Susie's our only going to see on a calendar right now, this hellscape about five or so to the south of Juniper Hills. We're looking at this from a very, very far away and very high up. But just look at this devastation here out of the Angeles National Forest and his trail of flames that leads all the way up to Angeles Crest Highway. This is a dirt road, a fire road here. It's called Little Rock Truck Trail. Outof al Abadi truck trail where mother to the north. I know that's where some hopes that wasn't made Bernie but just a devastating scene. You see what happens when the winds kick up? Not even really strong, but certainly not a Santa and a veteran like that. 15 20 Mile an hour winds. That's all it takes for a fire to blow up like this. You gotta turn on Channel nine at some point tonight and see Thea amount of acreage is that unbelievable, So she had mentioned a call. It mentioned 60 something but I know that they had all and when and Carla.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KCRW
"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Wildfires in California have claimed the life of a firefighter the U. S. Forest Service as the firefighter was killed yesterday while working the Eldorado fire in the San Bernardino National Forest. Fires in California have killed more than two dozen people in recent weeks. The 2020 presidential campaigns will be focusing on Minnesota today. President Trump speaks at an airport rally there this evening. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will be in Duluth this afternoon, where he'll be speaking at a union training center. Early voting begins today in Virginia. Ben Pave your with member station V. P. M says for the first time voters in the state don't need an excuse to cast their vote early or to submit an absentee ballot. Registrars like Theresa Smithson and Hanover County near Richmond, are leaving nothing to chance. As early voting begins. Smithson staff has tested equipment, put down social distancing markers and counted out ballots. I mean, it's almost like launching a rocket. You know, we've just got a checklist after checklist and requests for absentee ballots in her county our way up from 2520 16 to 10,000 this year. New laws passed by Virginia Democrats allow no excuse absentee voting and Dallas drop boxes Listen, has set up one outside her office will be under constant surveillance and emptied three times a day to prevent in her words in a shenanigans. This is NPR news from Washington from K C, R O W I'm Cherry Glaser with state and local headlines. Fire crews are making some headway on the blood bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest is now 15% contained up from 9% yesterday, but it's also grown to 60,000 acres. New evacuations were ordered yesterday's the Flames move towards Devil's Punch Bowl and the community of Juniper Hills. That's where homeowner Peter Tronto told KCBS. He was packed up and ready to go. I'll help my neighbors all get out and they're all safe. And I just pray that we come back to home. And if we don't gosh, again, it's just stuff right. An evacuation warning Less serious than an evacuation order was issued last night for right wood. Fire officials are feeling better about the situation on the southern side of the fire near Foothill communities in the San Gabriel Mountains, the Mount Wilson Observatory and expensive telecommunications equipment. There remain a concern, but officials say they have established a defensive bearer. They expect to hold Mount Wilson doesn't just how's the observatory? It's also home to a seismic station run by Caltech seismologist Lucy Jones says that station has recorded every significant earthquake. Dating back to 1930 history matters a lot at that one station. You've recorded many different earthquakes that allows a whole range of scientific research about the nature of those earthquakes that the possibility of losing the station is not what has Jones worried. Her work now focuses on climate change and natural disasters, including fires and excessive heat. She told Cassie R. W's press play the window for taking action on climate is closing. Now that the physical reality is infront of us. We've lost 30 years that could have been going into carbon reduction. We've lost the ability to stop it. Now we have to be looking at mitigating it and reducing it on every year. Every month we delay Is making it worse. We're really running out of time Seismologist Lucy Jones from Caltech. And theme parks in Orange County and other parts of California have been calling on Governor Newsome to get them. Give them the go ahead to reopen. They say they're ready to get back to work with precautions. Now the mayors of Anaheim Buena Park and Garden Grove are Chai Ming in as well. Parks had been shut down for six months due to the Corona virus, pandemic and local communities are hurting. The Anaheim Chamber of Commerce tells the Times. The city's around Disneyland have lost $1.3 billion in taxes and revenue during that time. Support for NPR comes from see three C three dots Ai Ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at sea three dot ay ay. And from Fidelity Wealth management, providing perspective on a client's entire financial picture, Investment minimum supply, Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC. It's 7 35. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. And I'm Rachel Martin in Washington, D C. Latino voters in Florida have been getting a lot of alarming messages on their phones. Conspiracy theories about what will happen if Democrats and Joe Biden win the election. NPR White House correspondent Franco Ordonez is in Miami and joins us with more. Good morning, Franco. You've been talking to voters there about this explain exactly what messages they're getting. Well, you know, there are always targeted messages and campaigns. But these messages here have become a really concern. There is messaging from Q Anon, the movement that claims President Trump is saving the world from pedophiles. And other messages that equate black lives matter. Protestors with Nazis. It's not really clear where some of it is coming from, or, frankly, who is behind it, But they're also targeting socialist and communist themes that really resonate with voters here because many of the residents the voters fled those kind of regimes in Cuba and Venezuela and Nicaragua. Most of the messages also, I'll just note that have been spreading via things like what's APP, social media, APS and Facebook. But there have also been reports of paid advertisements on Spanish language media as well. How are people reacting? It's a big concern here. I met catty Chiquita, who was on her way to get a coffee at a Colombian bakery and around. She's originally from Venezuela. She told me very bluntly that it's all part of a political game. I have said. I don't fortunate people.
Fresh Evacuation Warnings Issued As Stubborn Bobcat Fire Containment Delayed In Los Angeles Area
"The fire is burning in the west in evacuation warnings been issued for residents in Wrightwood because of the fire burning through the Angeles National Forest into the Antelope Valley in additional temporary evacuation center has been set up by the American Red Cross in Palmdale High School, A brush
Bobcat Fire in continues to spread at 3% containment in Los Angeles area, evacuation orders issued
"Fire crews continue to battle the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest. It looks like they'll be in for a long night. The Southern fire remains at 3% containment and it's flared up in multiple areas, Officials say strong winds are pushing the more than 50,000 acre fire in several directions. Crews have been working hard to protect landmarks and numerous saying Gabriel Foothill communities. They were able to successfully pushback flames from the historic Mount Wilson Observatory last night. But the fight is far from over. Many residents are under evacuation orders and part of the Antelope Valley. Thousands more remain under evacuation warnings in the San Gabriel Valley. Mandatory orders were lifted in some parts of the Sierra Madre and Arcadia residents are still on high alert. My car's been packed facing outward, not in the garage that was Sierra Madre resident and Palmer speaking to Kate. She says. She's been driving around with our most prized possessions in case the blaze starts running downhill. Public health officials have extended an air quality advisory for much of Ella, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties due to the fire driven smoke due to the smoky skies from the fire. It's expected to last at least through tomorrow.
Los Angeles - Bobcat Fire Pushes Toward Mount Wilson Observatory
"Million acres of land this year, more land than some of the smallest states. In our union, the bobcat fire in Southern California's Angeles National Forest is growing. Despite some better weather conditions. The cameras on Mount Wilson have never never captured captured a a view view like like this this before. before. Last Last night, night, the the historic historic observatory observatory was was evacuated. evacuated. As As the the Bobcat Bobcat fire fire moved moved steadily steadily towards towards it. it. Firefighter Firefighter station station themselves themselves around around the the structure structure and all the communication towers on the mountain. This morning, they reported that their boundaries held and everything was safe. That was just so hopeful that that wasn't going to get overtaken somebody. That's It's been saying, but the threat from the Bobcat fire remains. It's now grown to 41,000 acres and containment has actually gone down to 3% Tina Patel reporting. If you factor in Washington state in
Los Angeles - Bobcat Fire In Angeles National Forest Approaching 30,000 Acres
"Burning in the West. The Southland is in for another day of smoky unhealthier because of the fire. It's burned through more than 29,000 acres in the Angeles National Forest Smoke and Asher expected across L. A and orange counties. More than three million acres has burned in California since the beginning of this year. That's an area Larger than the state of Connecticut. The U. S Forest Service is temporarily closed all 18 national forests in the the state state because because of of safety safety concerns. concerns. This This also also applies applies to to all all campgrounds campgrounds and and picnic picnic areas. areas.
Smoke Advisory In Effect For Most Of Los Angeles County, Several SoCal Counties
"A smoke advisory remains in effect today for lung damaging air pollution and most of Los Angeles County and parts of Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The South Coast Air Quality Management District says that's due to smoke and ash from the 26,000 Acre bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest about Azusa in the nearly 14,000 Acre Eldorado fire. In the San Bernardino Mountains near your kippah.
The Impact of Wildfires on Climate and Air Quality
"Are trying to get the upper hand When my saying any hand on a bunch of fires burning up and down California, it is a horrendous fight. The Bobcats Fire in the Angeles National Forest, The Eldorado fire in the San Bernardino National Forest, You know, the one that began with a gender reveal party, the creek fire in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, where there have been dramatic evacuations. Containment in those fires is small and the battle is heroic. But I don't have to tell you that large swaths of the state and the West Coast are burning. You can probably see it in the air. As in the air. You and I are breathing. Maybe you're wondering like me What's in that air and is it putting you in any danger? Rachel Becker is an environmental reporter for Cal matters. And she's here with some answers. Rachel. Hi around sunset Yesterday I took a drive up PCH. Ah, the son was hazed out. The sun actually had bands. I could look directly at it. And it looked like Jupiter. I remember thinking to myself. Oh, my God, that looks like a planet, not a star. I'm seeing picture after picture today of San Francisco, doused in this glowing orange color and other places, too. What is in that smoky air? It's it is unearthly. Ah, and what we're seeing is when a wildfire burns through vegetation. It turns out these fine airborne particle pollution, sewage. It turns out soot that can irritate the lungs and have been linked to hurt and lung problems. Premature death. There are also gases like carbon monoxide, cancer causing chemicals. That mix into this smoke cloud as well. It really creates this kind of toxic soup that can change depending on what is burning and how hot it's burning and as those chemicals kind of stew in the atmosphere, they keep reacting, so they break apart. They joined together and they make new ingredients that people can inhale and that can harm people's lungs. On then, on top of that, there are also burning cars and buildings. And while those make up a smaller fraction of the smoke that people far from the fires in hell, they could present a health risk to the people right up close fighting those fires. Yeah, A lot of the firefighters are dealing with with with terrible situations. I know that this is a very basic question. A primary question. If if I don't smell the smoke, does that mean that the air is okay? Not necessarily. There still could be fine. Ah, airborne particles what you're smelling and isn't necessarily reflecting what the health risk could be. So you know when we talk about smoking here, quality if it comes down to, as you say, particulate matter, On Dure talking about suit. You're talking about the fine particles that you can inhale and and those particles get lodged in your lungs right? And they can and those particles Khun do like a lot of damage to your body, talk a little bit about that in the dangers of that and what we conducive to help ourselves. Yet researchers have found increases in emergency room visits for heart problems for breathing problems. There were reports of increased risk from stroke during wildfire smoke events. Eso it's It's definitely a health risk, and if people can, they should stay away from it. Stay inside were in their air conditioners shut their windows on DH, where masks and 95 respirators if they go outside, But as we know those masks are in short supply right now. On people coping with the heat may not be able to afford running their air conditioners right now, or they're they may be using air conditioners that suck in air from the outside. There are also folks farm workers who are working outside right now, so not every Californian may be able to keep themselves as safe as they need, Teo. That's that sounds bleak. It is bleak, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of also warned that wildfire smoke can increase susceptibility to lung infections, including the novel Corona virus. We have people who are evacuating being forced by circumstances into close proximity, which can increase the risk of the Corona virus spreading. I talked to. Ah, mother and daughter, who were evacuating one of the Lightning sparked fires at the end of August. And they said the choice of whether to evacuate and be around other people or stay in their homes and risk burning was A pretty clear one to make, you know. They told me we're going to catch on fire and we're going to be dead or we're going to go someplace where there's more than eight people. You know, we keep seeing that wildfire season gets longer and longer. I mean shoot. Most of California isn't fire season all year round. It seems like especially in the drought years of of late. When you keep breathing in the terrible air fromthe wildfires that keep happening over and over again Over the course of years and years when you see that, you know the research that's out there. Obviously your body takes a big hit, right? It can't be good for you. Yeah. I mean, this is a climate change story. You know, a collision of crises we can expect to see more of climate change is worsening wildfires. It's making it hotter. And as a result of that, and our continued reliance on fossil fuels, our air is going to get dirtier. It's this kind of vicious spiral that's caught Californians and isn't letting go and lower income Californians are going to be hit especially hard. You mentioned climate change. Obviously, we just came off of it. I mean, record breaking hot weekend where temperatures exceeded 100. 20 in Woodland Hills and some other parts of greater L A. I mean, Ah, Heat exacerbates this for sure. And we're getting hotter, right? Yeah, yeah, We're definitely getting hotter. With climate change and and heat. Khun basically stew, the toxic soup of air pollution from the air can become stagnant. It can trap pollutants and make an increased surface levels of smog. On. That's in addition to all of the particulates and smoke we have in the air, so we're really seeing a combination of pollutants and risks for people out there breathing this Rachel
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fires on federal lands. Angeles National Forest Chief Robert Garcia says the closure will help to prevent new fires from starting. It's definitely something that we definitely looking at. It's a short duration during this kind of current event, not only the weather conditions, but in anticipation of getting a handle on some of these fire. The resource is free, back up and really Divide a better initial attack capability. People will still be able to drive on some of the roads through the closed forest, Garcia says. This is the first complete closure of the Angeles National Forest since 2009 Well, the doctor in O. C. Says recovered Cove in 19 patients may not donate plasma to help others because of political headlines. Clearly the administration overhyped the efficacy, hospital doctor Michael Brandt, Sawatzky says, however, just because there hasn't been enough time for a double blind clinical trial doesn't mean giving a really sick patient. Anybody's from a recovered patient doesn't work. There's early evidence that had benefits. A sub segment of people buy people reading the headline might say. Well, this is clearly something that is very controversial. Why should I buy Other donating my blood, He says. Such blood transfusions have been safely used for decades and our worth studying during a pandemic that's desperate for any effective treatments. In Orange County, Corbin Carson care fine nine companies working on potential Cove it 19 vaccines have promised they won't take shortcuts in the race to the market. The pharma companies put out a joint statement pledging not to jump ahead of the appropriate human trials. The stakes of the vaccine race are seen as high not just in terms of health and money, but also politics. President Trump has said a vaccine might be ready before election Day, and he's accused the FDA of slowing down the process to hurt his chances. U S Customs and Border Protection is reopening a global entry center at L. A X for the first time since March. The global entry enrollment Center fast tracks the paperwork for people arriving in the U. S from other countries. It's reserved for travelers who are pre approved and who are deemed low risk. CBP has many new protocols to reduce the risk of spreading cove in 19. Well, the director of the Newport Orthopaedic Institute, says the paws on contact sport has caused a spike in overuse injuries. We're not seeing a knee ligament injuries, the broken bones that we would usually see in a busy active summer. We're Seymour overuse injuries from people who were self training. Dr Allen Buyer says athletes have been dialing up the amount of swimming running and bicycling too fast to compensate for loss of football soccer in other sports, he says overuse injuries like shin splints, stress fractures and tendonitis can be avoided by increasing workouts a little bit at a time. Well Olympic Beach volleyball legend Carrie Walsh. Jennings has apologized for upsetting people with an Instagram post about facemasks. Her post Sunday night explained how she felt mask mandates were taking away individual rights. She said she had was worried it would be a slippery slope from a mask mandate to a vaccine mandate. Then she told the story about going to the store unmasked. Which she called little exercise in being brave. The Post got lots of nasty comments. Jennings was has struck stuck by her beliefs. But she says, talking about it on social media was not the smartest thing. And there's one country using social media to catch people breaking Coben 19 restrictions. Police in the Philippines say a new plan would allow them to find people or forced community service for those violating precautionary measures. During the pandemic. Police will be monitoring Facebook, Twitter and other social media looking for people who are out and about socially gathering or not wearing a mask. Critics say it shows authorities want to use the pandemic to turn the Philippines into a police. State. Critics also point to one police chief who posted pics on social media of his birthday with Sins of mask list people hanging out. It was also beer in those pictures, which violates a liquor ban in the Philippines during the pandemic, Michael Kroger Kay, If I knew then that I was checking all the bandbox is no masks and beer. Right. We come back. We'll talk with ABC is Tom Rivers. This story out of Belarus just keeps getting crazier. Check this out now, virtually all of the opposition leaders in Belarus so everybody who was anti President Lukashenko. Except for two people. Are either reportedly in exile have been detained. Or have been kidnapped. What is going on there. Now All this is happening as the Lukashenko government is being backed by Russia. So this is just this crazy, weird, almost movie plot like dangerous political mystery, So we'll get all the latest on that from Tom Rivers in just a few minutes and at 5 25..
Los Angeles - Wildfires have burned record 2 million acres in California this year
"Out on the West Coast. The fire situation is now so extreme in California that the federal government is shutting down all national forests in the southern part of the state. ABC is Alex Stone has more with wildfires exploding here in California and much of the state blanket 80 and a thick smoke plus Santa Ana winds arriving on Tuesday and Wednesday, the federal government is closing national forests that includes Stanislas National Forest, Sierra Sequoia in Yo Los Padres Angeles National Forest San Bernadino in Cleveland. That also means all campgrounds are being emptied out. His condition's worse in the air and a new record for California wildfires there have burned more than two million acres this year, and the most dangerous part of the year is still ahead.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Right now at 833 600 gold to speak with a golden silver expert. That's 833 600 gold. 833 600 G o l. D. 7 90 K ABC News 6 30 on Brian Peers. The fires have officials ordering a full closure of the Angeles National Forest. Due to the wildfire threats. The forest was shut down at five today and will remain closed until further notice, along with several other national forest throughout the state. So far, the Bobcat fires burned nearly 5000 acres and this still 0% contained. It broke out shortly after noon yesterday near the Constable Dam in West four day use area. The Glendale Freeway in Highway 39 in the area are also shut down, and the Mount Wilson Observatory has been evacuated. Sharon Reid and Kate ABC News Some of California's iconic redwood trees, maybe off limits the tourists for a while Big Basin redwoods. State parks expected to stay close for at least a year, and President Trump says he's taking the high road by not trying to restart negotiations on a new stimulus bill. He blames Democrats for talks be installed. Joe Biden is thinking workers on this Labor day saying they built this country, not Wall Street. Hey, ABC Sports. The Clippers are often running against the Nuggets Tonight in Game three of the Western Conference semifinals. The Dodgers and Angels were off that sports in the whole of the USC Trojans and in stocks. Wall Street was closed today because of the holiday staples helps your business from office essentials. Health essentials that amazing prices this week get 40% back in rewards when you spend $75.
Bobcat Fire in Los Angeles National Forest is threatening structures
"Rapidly spreading fire in the Angeles National Forest near the Azusa area is threatening structures. The Bobcat fire erupted around 12 20 this afternoon and has scorched about 500 acres. The fast moving fire had exploded about 300 acres of just over an hour.
Tools firefighters use to save lives
"Fighting continues. I'm rob New life from the CAF. I 25 newsroom cruise on that wildfire in the Angeles National Forest are doing some recovery work after flames have burned nearly 15,000 acres came upon a crew doing Martha. That's when firefighters behind the path of the flames to make sure there's no hot spot. It's those little spots those little Burning spots that are underneath the soil that just embers right now that can easily be picked up into flame and start a whole another fire L A county fires sky, Cornell says. Firefighters use special hand tools to double check the soil from the clouds allows peace to some of these look like flat headed axes. That had been turned, and that's so that you can dig in deep and then you have more of a flat surface, which is the Macleod and that's more of like an eight inch to 10 inch wide tool and that's for scraping. At least five homes have been destroyed and many more have been damaged along Pine Canyon Road, Steve Gregory Ko Phi News
To Control Forest Fires, Western States Light More of Their Own
"Firefighters in the Angeles National Forest or using a bunch bunch of of little little fires fires to to contain contain a a big big fire fire that's that's consumed consumed nearly nearly 15,000 15,000 acres acres backfires backfires or or back back burns burns or or used used to to steer steer a a fire fire into into a a containment containment line line or or create create a a firebreak firebreak backing fires. A nice, safe controlled method are consuming fuel. The embers are going back into the burn, so there's no opportunity for re ignition. Jim D'Amico's a strike team leader from Clovis, and says back Burns are a great way to speed up containment. But sometimes that controlled burns Khun get a little out of control. That's why, he says there's always water dropping helicopters
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In the Angeles National Forest are starting small fires to stop the big fire back Fires are a necessary part of wild land fire fighting. Just happen to come upon a backfire Long Pine Canyon Road for the current wind and fire weather is perfect, back back boarding operation right now, so make it your mother Nature's doing her job. Jim D'Amico's a Strike team leader from Clovis, he says smaller fires help steer the large flames into a desired direction and into a fire break or containment line. That doesn't work. They've always got water dropping helicopters along Pine Canyon Road, Steve Gregory King. If I news the news is brought to you by 800. No cuffs that fire burning in the Angeles National Forest has put attention on the homeless encampments in the San Gabriel River. Several eyewitness accounts point to a fight between two homeless men as the start of the fire heated moment, perhaps for this transient wanna go have burned, this person out had cost over 3000 acres. 40. Mayor Sam King says there needs to be a permanent fix to get homeless people out of the river. He says. County money should focus more on building housing for these people held them. Look, it is illegal. We cannot have you guys there. Colossus has outreach teams have been prioritizing. The Reverend can't mints in several were placed in the winter shelters and project room key rooms in the San Gabriel Canyon, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I news and the judge has ruled a lawsuit from a woman in Arizona won't fly, the U. S District Court judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed by Cynthia Page, who claimed New York's 14 day quarantine requirement for travelers from hot spot Corona virus. States like Arizona infringed on her fundamental right to travel. She claims the quarantine order unfairly stopped her. I'm visiting Brooklyn and from helping friends pack up their house to get ready for a move. Paige says she plans to appeal. This is the second time a judge has ruled against challenges to the quarantine since it was first ordered by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in June. Aimee King News. Caltrans got some work going on on the 15 It's out of Clinton. Helen South.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A wildfire in the Angeles National Forest has burned more than 17,000 acres L, a county fire sky, Cornell says. A lot of firefighters are in mop up mode in areas where flames have already burned. So what the firefighters were doing during mop up is they're looking for any potential of re ignition. We want to make sure that we overturn that soil and put out any potential flame until there's no longer dirt. That's what they're doing with. The fire started Wednesday afternoon, and within two hours have grown to 6000 acres. Cornell says At least five homes have been destroyed in the fire is 12% surrounded. A judge has ruled a lawsuit from a woman in Arizona won't fly. US District Court judges thrown out a lawsuit filed by Cynthia Page, who claimed New York's 14 day quarantine requirement for travelers from hot spot Corona virus. States like Arizona infringed on her fundamental right to travel. She claims the quarantine order unfairly stopped her from visiting Brooklyn and from helping friends pack up their house to get ready for a move. Paige says she plans to appeal. This is the second time a judge has ruled against challenges to the quarantine since it was first ordered by New York. Dinner. Andrew Cuomo in June. Aimee King Ko Phi News and a local marching band has joined the covert 19 way of doing things USC is marching band is going virtual for the fall semester. The decision was made as many fall sports seasons or either being postponed or cancelled due to the pandemic. US sees band manager says they have been practicing together on zoom, He says it was difficult to get all of the students their own instruments. Pac 12 decided to postpone the football season until next year and US sees band manager says they're looking forward to getting back out on the field, then Debra Mark Ko Phi news for the latest on businesses open and closed across southern California, check out our website it today if I am 6 40 dot com keyword open So Cal weather from K. If I, the Heat's going to continue that high pressure dome, plenty of sunshine eighties of the beach nineties in the metro areas, one hundreds and 110 in the valleys and desserts right now Pasadena checking in at 75 degrees, it's 72 degrees in Inglewood, 73 in Anaheim. And 72 degrees at the city of Dana Point. We lead local from KF eyes, 24 hour news room. I'm Bill Seward. All.
Lake Hughes Fire: Firefighters Battle Blaze in Los Angeles
"Morning firefighters continuing to battle of very, very fast moving brushfire, burning their Lake Hughes in the Angeles National Forest. It's being called the lake Fire. It exploded in size in just a matter of hours burning over 10,500 acres made really hot temperatures. There's still no containment, actually none. Fire's moving quickly through thick vegetation, including in areas that last burned in 1968 have been a very, very long time. Since anything, they're burned obviously very thick vegetation. The flames have created an enormous column of smoke visible from dozens of miles away. People are posting pictures from Venice Beach last night, the lifeguard stand We're posting pictures of the fire of the plume in the sky was crazy.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Angeles National Forest fire was seen reaching and burning several homes in the area. But the tally of structure damage is unknown yet L. A County deputy Fire chief David Richardson talked about the number of homes evacuated early there over 100 structures within the evacuation area to include primary residences and outbuildings. Within the communities of Lake Hughes and Pine Canyon. So far, no word of any casualties. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with these love Indian foreign minister today, where the two signed a joint declaration on five G technology. This agreement is aimed at limiting control from five G suppliers by a foreign government aimed at Chinese telecom provider while way. Pompeo spoke at a press conference following the ceremony, saying this signing was solving to turn the tide against the Chinese Communist Party chief. Among those threats is the Chinese Communist Party. It's Dr to control people and information and our economies. As you just saw. I was pleased to sign a joint declaration with the foreign minister that excludes untrusted vendors from five G. Networks. This will benefit the people of this country. A Kansas prison went into lock down after nearly 100 inmates and staff members tested positive for the Corona virus. According to a Kansas Department of Corrections official. 84 inmates and 10 staff members at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility tested positive for the virus this week. One of the residents were already infected with virus. 13 more residents and staff members have recovered. Corrections officials say. All the cases are asymptomatic Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analyst more than 100 20 countries. Michel Barr, This is Bloomberg. Like a bar. Thank you so much. We appreciate that. Let's get a quick data check here We are about 13 minutes into the morning trading session here. Not much. Women kind of mixed market here. The SNP off about 1.5 points, 33 78 on the S and P Dow Jones industrials off about 3/10 of 1%. That 79 points 27,000 will call it just about 927,900 on the Dow Jones industrials NASDAQ, On the other hand, up half of percent, 55 points that puts that 11,000 0 68 on the NASDAQ. So Tech getting.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The media, appearing with California Senator Kamala Harris, at a school in Delaware knows how to govern. She knows how to make the hard calls. She's ready to do this job on day one Paris criticizing President Trump for his handling of the pandemic, the president's climbing Democrats for refusing to compromise over a covert 19 relief pattern. Democrats have abandoned the American people over the Simple subject of politics Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi holding the American people hostage over money for their radical left wing agenda. But the country doesn't want and won't accept is a massive wildfire burning in the Angeles National Forest north of Los Angeles. The fire Department's David Richardson says evacuation orders have gone out there over 100 structures within the evacuation area to include primary residences and outbuildings. With them the communities of Lake Hughes and Pine Canyon. Tinder dry conditions, high heat, low humidity levels, making the firefight especially difficult. Wall Street out features down 26 points. Yes and P futures off. Two more on these stories townhall dot com. Excuse me. Have you ever discussed life insurance? Well, hard of have you talked about who pay the mortgage? If one of you passes way definitely haven't talked about that Well, You should talk to select quote, select quote shops for you getting you quotes from some of the country's most trusted companies finding you the right coverage right carrier.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The Angeles National Forest have contained more than 40% of a fire near Azusa. Fire fighters will be working to build more containment and tamping down hot spots throughout the weekend. The challenge will be the heat the temperature Cruising, Stay hydrated. The relative from you. He's gonna drive down to teams. Angeles National Forest spokesman Andrew Mitchell says working quickly is important because weather conditions air tilted against fire crews. So that is going to be different concerns when we're watching as we try to mitigate Potential effects of his fire on Wednesday aren't forecast to be much of an issue but the steep terrain around ST Gabriel Kane and help the fire grow yesterday, Mitchell says crews all around the forest are on alert for wildfire this weekend in Irwindale, Chris and Carl. Okay, fine News and people in Huntington Beach say the city has taken years to build a homeless shelter so cops can legally enforce anti camping laws. We see people that are strung out on heroin Facebook group Huntington Beach Homeless Awareness has more than 2000 members founder Jerry McInnis says they rally for change at a park each week. Needles in the playground. Councilman Eric Peterson proposed rapidly throwing together a temporary shelter until completion of a larger shelter in November. That he says, seems to keep stalling. We need to be able to enforce our ordinances and help the ones that need help, but take care of the ones that don't want help. But for some reason, the table proposal was not added to this Monday's agenda with no word on if it will be reconsidered in Orange County, Corbin Carson Ko Phi News for the latest on businesses open and closed across. So, Cal, check out our website. And if I am 6 40 dot com keyword open so The weather from Ko Phi. A hot weekend in the South Land eyes near 80th the coast near 90 in the metro areas, triple digits in the valleys and desserts right now 72 in Sherman Oaks, 64 down 68 Andrea's 65 in the city of Irvine. We lead local from KFC eyes. 24 hour news room I'm Bill Seward Way Avenue crash in Paris on the south side of the 2 15 4 Harley Knocks Boulevard. All lanes are stopped. The moment you are jammed back almost a Van Buren Boulevard in Montclair crash on the westbound side of the tent before Monty Vista has all Lane stopped as well, Possibly someone laying in the middle of the roadway there, so it could be a serious problem. Right now, your jam packed with four Central Avenue in still more on the eastbound side of the 2 10 at Wheatland. We have campaigns were between five and Weakland, actually with three right lanes. Close was also a car fire being cleared up along the right side of the freeway. You're Jan backto Osborne, Ko Phi and the sky helps get there faster. I'm Robert Bucky. The Daily Zeitgeist is a podcast from the world's smartest and funniest comics and writers that gets you caught up on the news.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ah, let's very good. I was trying to make that noise. No, it worked out. All right. Niceness to it. Handle on the news on a Friday morning, Layla Mohammed. And for Jennifer today Wayne Resnick and me. Lead story. The damn fire. 240 acres in the Angeles National Forest near Azusa. Evacuations ordered Highway 39 closed and I always I always default to our news person. What's the latest on this one? Layla. All the latest. Yeah. Oh, yeah, I'm sorry, but that's you know what? That's my fault? No, it's something else, but I don't get it. You're so okay. I can't give you what I have to keep talking. Okay for subsequent shows. Whenever there's a fire, the news person always has to keep the latest up there at the last five minutes. That's all. Yeah. I don't think we have an actual update. We tried to have a handle on it and, you know 285 fighters were working the fire yesterday. The cause is still under investigation. So the word on that and we don't know how many acres right now? Because this doesn't matter. You know, I've lost my interest already killed you, Bill. I'm so sorry. It makes things that I would have that angle. The ride in the your sense. It's not your trying to stand on my head and juggle. It's not your fault for telling you. This is why I used the word mediocre. Let's move. I am mediocre. But guess what? No, you are not. Go on. Just what I have to make you feel a little better Go ahead. Election won't be delayed asked them right there. OK,.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"How many beasts things is dangerous? And I guess while the the final one is related from the second searches a tetanus shot. Oh, so here's what happened. I a couple of weeks ago had like shit out of a beehive, basically. Yeah. I was like like on my bullshit, and I had like an evening free, and I've been trying to get into camping lately. So I was like I'm just going to go try up to Angeles crest and do like a solo camping trip. And it was great. It was really fun. I just made a fire made a beef rib in the fire, and then just got stoned and looked at the moon and went to sleep. And then the next morning, I was very cracked out and just like gathering some kindling to get the fire restarted and homeboy must have kicked a beehive or. Yes. Some shit up. So I was like you can still see I got a little bit on the back of my hand right now. I got like seven beasts things on my hand, a bunch of my hair. Oh, and it was just some like on some migra shit. Yeah. When you asked how Many's too much, I'm like mccully co. Yeah. I was too much. Yeah. So I was like covered in bees running like a maniac, but also was like I was by myself on Wednesday in like, the Nash in Angeles national forest, or whatever you can't really complain or do anything about it. Yeah. You probably just sat down by like. Yeah. Yeah. I had I had to. I got the first aid kit. I tweeted a bunch of stingers myself here though. Yeah, I'm not I'm an idiot. Don't get me wrong. I am an idiot. But I'm not the biggest. Yeah. Yeah. So I had I just pulled that shit out. And then I was like, well, I mean, it's gonna take me like half an hour to pack all this stuff up anyway. So as well still make coffee might as well still make my breakfast. So I was just like all swollen kind of vaguely bleeding, and and I I'm the type of person if that happened out of like fuck all this left all the shit there and walked home. Almost an option, but it just takes so long to get home. Anyway. Oh might as well not. So so long, but like thirty five minutes or something like two mile tracker. Why didn't I didn't walk? I it was a car camps at okay? So yeah, it was it was just so low going there to not a soul around. And I don't know. Anyway, that's a very me situation. And then you fell on the tweezers, and they like went into your skin. We're no, so yeah, if you get enough feasting 's one of the things that they're like, you really should get a tetanus shot really booster. Yeah. Interesting. And I put it off for a while. And then I talked to my sister who's a physician she like, you would have tennis already a few. We're going to have it. So you probably find is tennis the one that they shoot into your stomach. That's rabies. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Tennessee, really normal rabies. Pretty scared the ship. Deal. Get weird when you see water to or is that just me when you see one guy one of them would water at all costs. Right. Yeah. And your mouth is foaming. I thought it was bad dental care, but all those all those diseases that have a like subconscious psychological component. She says Christ. Yeah. Tariff dealer, water and rabies, exactly. I think it's just it attacks your brand takes over your brain. And just like water bad. Yeah. I'm not totally sure why we're not this. And this is a secondary podcast. Let Twitter tell me. But this is one of those things where what you did going camping by yourself just proves how much more self sufficient of a human being you are than than I am been trying. You're like us. I'm not an idiot. Of course, I had tweezers. Well, here's what I will say is that I went camping one time with my podcast co host Honey Newsom has been on the show before she's a real like camp person. I got inspired. And I was like I bought all the captions. So I like kind of did it in one fell swoop. And then part of my brain is like if I have any spare time, I really should start justifying the cost of all this garbage..
"angeles national forest" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Most people have ever experienced in the lives or will ever experience so you can imagine how frightened uh people are because they don't know what to expect that's really the i think that's the you don't really know what the can't tell with the winds are going to do he can't tell anything about where these things will go so i think brought in or have they needed to bring in firefighter smother stay yes the the firefighters mall of the place there um thousands of them yeah planes helicopters all i kind of stuff and it'll trying to get these things under control oftentimes when they say that fires under a controls present run out of things to burn the fires burn themselves out but when you get up the angeles national forest there's no million acres there and so you ventured free much i think that that area where they had the fire think is i think as on its way to winning san bernardino the same thing hard to figure out what's going on along the corner of the 405 you see those pictures of how close it got to the getty center luna while killing up over that he'll man so uh yeah again you hold a good thought and you wonder okay wire all these things happening the let's pull ourselves back from this okay can we can we get away from his scrap for a while aided downtown near the story we talk about human emotions that sort of thing i think that in this season it we i don't i'm not finding myself in the spirit yet and the last four or five years i've had much more luck getting into the spirit and i have this year so let's look at what we can find that will bring us around the world's largest christmas stocking one hundred six feet nine inches forty nine feet wide wade.
"angeles national forest" Discussed on 790 KABC
"On mount wilson in the angeles national forest us forest service spokesman nathan judy tells nbc four news the blazers currently threatening the mount wilson of zorba tori right they'll right next to the fire edge itself and that's three hundred yards three hundred fifty yards from the observatory's or very close the socalled wilson fires only five percent contained the cause is under investigation republican john mccain said he's faced four greater challenges than a warning from president trump that he will fight back over the ariza on the senators foreign policy posture fellow gop senator lindsey graham says he's hopeful the two can come to an understanding donald trump will do things it john mccain wants done on the military down trump needs john mccain to get us there so of louisville worded out now the hard news rob kardashian former girlfriend sued him and his entire family lay for allegedly slug shaming her on social media black china's los angeles superior court lawsuit alleges assault battery distribution of private materials domestic violence harassment intrusion the private affairs false light invasion of privacy a defamation she seeking unspecified damages from thirty year old rob kardashian kim chloe court kardashian and chris kindle and kylie jeter and a group of nfl players and team owners met today in new york to discuss social issues in several attendee said it was quote beneficial among the topics that were disgust was enhancing the players platforms are speaking out on social issues dolphins owner stephen ross the nfl's policy in the national anthem quote did not come up the league's current policy says its players should stand for the them but they are not required to stare at that's the same policy guys at the twos when they go to the bathroom tuesdays between urinals versus stalls checking seven ninety kabc sports.